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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • the heavenly bodies in general. Thus, the overall outlook on the
    • about through obedience to and observation of a great sum of rules and
    • It is not expedient to be introduced to matters that refer to an
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • Die Weltraetsel und die Anthroposophie
    • Virchov, says that if one studies Woman from an external,
    • woman, Rahel Varnhagen. Anyone who studies the intellectual
    • everything that was studied in the university faculties, there
    • for scientific studies as there is today. We must be aware of this:
    • can be embodied an eternal, hidden element, then the artistic image
    • ‘I’ creates out of the lower bodies. Man and woman must
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • vegetarian. Today, so the argument goes, a diet of vegetables
    • on such food. For survival, salvation lies in a diet of meat.
    • one diet at the expense of another. It is not enough to be a
    • that vegetarianism can be a more practical diet for those engaged
    • should give up meat for a diet of vegetables.
    • it is. Diet, through spiritual development, becomes the personal
    • Taken in this light, a vegetarian diet can
    • however, and similarly our bodies are of no use to our higher
    • organism, we can ask ourselves if we do not make our bodies unfit
    • our lives if we become bound by and dependent upon our bodies
    • through an unsuitable diet. Is it not possible to mold the body in
    • freedom and become dependent upon our bodies if we ignore what is
    • influences of various diets.
    • sustain their bodies. Let me emphasizes again for the sake of those
    • astral body become master of the physical and etheric bodies. When
    • substances in human diets, and thereby to gain some idea of the
    • these substances. When, through a vegetarian diet, we enlist the
    • activity. In a meat diet part of this inner activity is
    • of these two types of diet from a purely spiritual basis.
    • fall back upon the support of a meat diet.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • und die geistige Führung der Menschiheit.. (No. 130 in
    • The following lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner to an audience
    • physical and etheric bodies remain in bed, while the astral body and
    • constitution of the physical body and etheric bodies lying in the bed,
    • the physical, etheric, astral bodies and the ego — are worlds
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • know that the physical and etheric bodies are intimately connected. Now
    • Such a relationship between the physical and etheric bodies lies at the
    • the plant kingdom. Plants have physical and etheric bodies.
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • unless it be assumed that the audience keep in mind various things
    • season to another. Even as our hands share in the life of our bodies,
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • wealth of medieval art and other material concerning medieval notions of
    • deepest way how the medieval mind imagined the relationship between man's
    • characteristic connection between medieval science and what we are again
    • mountain because, in reality, they are also dead. "These are the bodies you
    • marvelous way the relationship of medieval humanity with the Child. We
    • thirtieth. Medieval man, however, did not need all the knowledge that is
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • into the earthly souls and bodies for the salvation of mankind. In all
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • be a great misfortune because our senses now work in our bodies in a
    • comes from our bodies, from our souls' capacity; it is not under our
    • our bodies. We need spiritual powers that are as much outside ourselves
    • say to a large audience was then discussed by three people — two others
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • containing the German texts is entitled, Christus und die menschliche
    • characteristics of the heavenly bodies.”
    • is weak would fear that it could die or waste away because of some new
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • percent acted in obedience to what they were taught; thirteen percent
    • death filled with firmly defined ether bodies.
    • When the ether bodies of Western Europeans are separated after death,
    • a most peculiar ingredient of national sentiment. How is this
    • above all from a historical premise that the Christ died for mankind.
    • in himself. Solowjow stresses time and again that Christ has to die so
    • bodies that are residual from Western Europe. The spiritual eye would
    • ether bodies from Western Europe. To accomplish this task, he must
    • take the ether bodies from the East, which strive for diffusion, and
    • Russian and Western European ether bodies and is now raging in the
    • one produces many unexpended ether bodies. Since this is the biggest
    • corresponding large degree. Ether bodies are produced that are not
    • time, in many cases for decades. Those ether bodies entering the
    • Consider now the countless number of unexpended ether bodies of those
    • distinctive about these ether bodies. I would like to illustrate this
    • to explain how the ether bodies of the young soldiers who have gone
    • again. Friends fetched tools and alerted Swiss soldiers to help us
    • the afternoon. The van had crushed him immediately and he had died of
    • they are sure that the man had died because he fell into the river. If
    • into the water, but he fell into the water because he had died. You
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • Mitteleuropas und die europaeischen Volksgeister.
    • Mitteleuropas und die europaeischen Volksgeister.
    • truths we have studied in many aspects during recent years.
    • into the souls incarnated in the bodies of ancient Persian
    • saying: In Christo Morimur, In Christ we die.
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • was to look out for suitable human bodies formed out of the material, the
    • this connection, we know that the human bodies of the Atlantean epoch were
    • from the heavenly worlds could still form and shape their bodies.
    • specially marked bodies, which will express their inner moral qualities.
    • consumption, shall then have died out. In future, a great hymn of praise
    • eat meat. Not all the animals shall then have died out, but only certain
    • upon their countenances, upon the physiognomy of their bodies. It will
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • as possible, the ways in which knowledge is gained, which is embodied in
    • presenting this experiment to an audience should give them to understand
    • his scientific studies, others can be developed, and that these other powers
    • bodies, link themselves with the earth during the summer and withdraw
    • several complex lives in other bodies. And the forces which make it capable of
    • our bodies belong to the physical world, the world inhabited by mankind.
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • make man die, so, too, the forces of evil are not there in the
    • unless indeed this is to die away.
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • German in the cycle: Die Sozialen Grundforderungen Unserer Zeit, 1963,
    • and modes of thinking which we have acquired from our studies of
    • But he who has earnestly studied our anthroposophically oriented
    • evident to one who studies the realities of life. Above all things,
    • seeks to find healing remedies for these times must intelligently and
    • Even if the faults and tragedies of the age are very visible to
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • Die geistigan Hintergrande der sozialen Frage, or
    • or ammonia in laboratories, or have studied specimens extracted from
    • whole way in which medieval, neo-medieval culture apprehended the
    • spiritual world into the physical bodies dwelling in some particular
    • in early times, certain kinds of human bodies were to be found in
    • and the bodies on the earth below. Speaking concretely: souls who were
    • Metabolism is studied [in] all detail, but not as one of the three members
    • into human bodies to-day are directed more by geographical conditions,
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • to investigate bodies from the tenth or ninth centuries in order to discover
    • other aspects, and that a person can eat without having studied
    • color is to an artist. He can have studied aesthetics of color very well, but
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • When man is studied by modern scientific thinking, one part only of
    • It cannot be studied unless we think of it as permeated by the etheric
    • Thirdly, there is the aeriform organism which again cannot be studied
    • does not, of course, die, it merely undergoes a change; but there is
    • being the forces that are within the physical and etheric bodies can
    • Waking life and sleeping life may therefore also be studied from this
    • kind of thinking studies the solid body without either the fluid body,
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • We also studied consciousness at its different levels. As I said
    • perception studied in physiology or physical anatomy. But in regard to
    • formulate theoretical ideas a universe dies in them. Thus do we bear
    • that matter is conserved forever. Matter dies to the point of nullity,
    • to a zero-point. In our own organism, energy dies to the point of
    • if we did not do so, if the universe did not continually die in us, we
    • should not be man in the true sense. Because the universe dies in us,
    • A past world dies within us, down to its very matter and energy. It is
    • natural world dies away in man; in the realm of the moral a new
    • based upon what is studied today in anatomy and physiology it will not
    • Post-Atlantean peoples saw the heavenly bodies as spirit forms, spirit
    • When the ancient peoples spoke of the celestial bodies, of the planets
    • the other heavenly bodies — they were seen as Spirit Beings. We
    • Then came the age when the heavenly bodies were regarded as physical
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • dies away, new matter comes into being, that people speak of the
    • being, where matter dies away into semblance and new matter arises,
    • fact that in man the past dies away, becomes semblance, and the future
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • falling asleep and awaking, when our souls are outside of our bodies
    • the forces of which we partake because we live in our bodies, are at
    • outside of our bodies. But it is not a contradiction. We always
    • back, as it were, into our bodies. We feel what is of the earth in our
    • bodies; for they are of the earth. The poor shepherds in the fields
    • really, felt the revelation of the earth through their bodies when in
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • Die Ratsel der Philosophie
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • If the life of soul is studied from this point of view, great
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • to supplement our past studies. If we consider how Man lives in the
    • does not perceive these bodies from within outwards, what he perceives
    • content of the etheric and the physical bodies. The etheric body is
    • inwardly from our etheric and physical bodies; if we then look down
    • something sounding within these bodies. And what sounds is the echo of
    • the time of atavistic clairvoyance, clairaudience, and so on, a
    • The history of Man should be studied in accordance with the
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • human being dies before puberty or after. When he dies before puberty,
    • karmically inherited later on. Even when children die before puberty,
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • died out. Among more advanced humanity, therefore, we will not find that
    • repeatedly observed during our historical studies. We have become familiar,
    • cycle of nature but these instincts have more or less died away, and
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • in various recent studies I have explained how the physical
    • bodies, can be traced in the human being by following the blood
    • of the organs. Foreign bodies are then formed, which are first
    • studied in plants. Knowledge of the human organism must be joined
    • plants affect the human being, in dietary prescriptions for
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • forces of the astral and etheric bodies, is radically disturbed in typhoid
    • can bring these bodies again into the right connection.
    • and wonderful microscopic studies about the germ cell, exceptionally
    • remedies in the right way, and knowing through the diagnosis where one
    • obtained from the calcium excretions of animals — provides remedies
    • illness. That is what one must reflect upon when preparing remedies from
    • remedies prepared from plants, one must also look especially into those
    • remedies in nature so that one can see how the two are connected.
    • remedies which come out of a full perception of man.
    • in turn works upon the other systems. Some remedies are meant to be
    • There are also, however, remedies which can be used in a way which
    • In those remedies used in ointments, or in baths, or even wherever there
    • evident through anthroposophy which remedies one needs to apply and
    • are involved making it possible that on the one hand, remedies and
    • therapeutic methods can be tried out, and on the other hand, the remedies
    • Laboratory (now the Weleda) in which remedies are produced. They can
    • be used today in the entire world. The pharmacy produces the remedies
    • arrive at the right remedies without being dilettantes. Then contemporary
    • In pointing to that which can be achieved through natural remedies and
    • the natural remedies work in health and illness, but also how the special
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  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • The following lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner to an audience
    • — Beings who did not put on physical human bodies as do the men of
    • today. They lived rather in etheric bodies, yet for the men who lived
    • living no longer in physical bodies, reaches far wider circles. True,
    • in effect: Since the Middle Ages your knowledge of the Christ has died
    • Ich schaue in die Finsternis:
    • Wer ist dies Licht in der Finsternis?
    • Diese Wirklichkeit des Ich
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • Novalis. And so we see Raphael die young, Novalis die young — one being,
    • beloved dies in her youth. He is himself still young. What is he going to do
    • with his life now that she has died? He tells us himself. He says that his
    • life on Earth will be henceforth to “die after her”, to follow her
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • outside their bodies with their souls and were able to reveive the
    • course, that the people around them died. You will not think that I
    • the fact that we are able to die. I have often mentioned this. Man
    • because man is able to die and carries within him all the time the
    • — the Christ. A god had to die on earth, and he had to die in
    • be in the meshes of death had Christ not died and risen, and had He
    • When Paul was still Saul, he used to say: If he, who died on the
    • — that He who has no stain upon him, died on the cross. This
    • initiation gradually died out, through the growing influence of
    • manifestations, did not die inwardly. They always remained alive.
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • “MACBETH”. The hold of Shakespeare's plays on his audience
    • found an audience keenly interested in the theatre, that is to say,
    • individual characters, he was far from presenting to his audience an
    • a way as to thrill an audience. In the whole literature of the world
    • scene so as to produce a strong effect upon the audience. The fact
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • hold of Shakespeare's plays on his audience was proved by a
    • audience keenly interested in the theatre, that is to say, with a
    • presenting to his audience an ethical or moral idea. For example,
    • action in such a way as to thrill an audience. In the whole
    • stage so as to produce a strong effect upon the audience? The
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • studies in Spiritual Science contain much that we cannot, perhaps,
    • studied, they will be substantiated by the facts of life.
    • attain. Actual intercourse with an individual who has died is possible
    • it is a matter of contact with individuals who have died, the relation
    • individual cases. When someone has died and we are left behind, we may
    • When young children who have loved us die, it is a very different
    • secret of communion with children who have died can be expressed by
    • with us. When children die in early life they continue ever present
    • through and developed, that when children die they are not lost to us;
    • who die, the reverse may be said. Those who are older do not lose us.
    • Older people when they die are strongly drawn to the spiritual world,
    • than are children who die young. Those who are older retain us.
    • who died in old age live, through being able to enter more easily into
    • die, we mourn and feel pain. When good friends in the Society have
    • children have died the pain of those who have remained behind is
    • called egotistical pain. An older person who has died does not lose us
    • in a child. One who died in later life retains us, does not lose us.
    • our own soul mourns only for those who died in the later years of
    • child who has died, it will not be altogether appropriate to emphasise
    • one who has died in later years, the individual aspect is more
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  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • Die Erkenntnis des Menschenwesens Nach Leib, Seele und Geist.
    • However, these lectures had been intended for a particular audience;
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • Das Raetsel des Menschen. Die Geistigen Hintergruende
    • a direct insult by a certain man in the audience. This man was to
    • detail! Thirty persons were invited to be the audience. They were no
    • studies, or lawyers who had already graduated. These thirty witnessed
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • the social life of the present in the light of our recent studies of
    • regarded absolute obedience to what he calls duty — that is,
    • obedience to the “categorical imperative,” a free man
    • do in the external world becomes such that obedience to duty and to
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • Die Sendung Michaels. Die Offenbarung der eigentlichen
    • Die Sendung Michaels” published by De Verlag der Rudolf
    • it die away in your consciousness. But something takes place in the
    • studied in the return of experiences within a single life. For the
    • evolution, when the Earth dies away, even as we pass on to further
    • stages of evolution when our body dies away and we go through the gate
    • spiritual world; the body dies away beneath us. So will it be one day
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • Erkenntnisimpuls und die Aufgabe der Anthroposophie.
    • bodies or in some other way is not rightly connected with the physical
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • about the experiences between death and a new birth? When we die we
    • late flower of their pre-earthly life. But this is past, it has died
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • personages known in history; they sometimes are embodied in historical
    • spiritual science works to level out the colours of the astral bodies of
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • and etheric bodies. In normal circumstances when human beings
    • awake, they re-enter the etheric and physical bodies very
    • studied. I have emphasised again and again that the healthy
    • feeling that they have died down. Then they rise up again, and
    • beings wholly out of their bodies and places them within the
    • Christ on Earth we must have died in this third condition of
    • revelation was known. It was realised that many people had died
    • need not have died had Christ come to their aid. This was felt,
    • born and they die; the characteristic of the divine, spiritual
    • not born, neither do they die, but only undergo a
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • Die Menschliche Seele in Ihrem Zusammenhang mit Goettlich-geistligen
    • Die Verinnerlichung der Jahresfeste,
    • awakening are outside the physical and etheric bodies, are
    • who has died if I were to say: what is at first like a silent
    • who for the earth has died. For this being no longer has physical ears
    • harmonized with the etheric and physical bodies. The physical body
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • No one who studies the spiritual
    • any details in this connection. But he who studies deeply the
    • [Published by Diederichs, Leipzig.]
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • Die okkulte Wahrheiten alter Mythen und Sagen.
    • which its melodies and tones can be heard. We are surrounded by worlds
    • is aware of desires and passions which rise up and die down again
    • reminded of another mysterious influence in the medieval legend
    • the soul pervading plant, animal and man, lives in bodies which,
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • I HAVE said on many occasions that at the time when medieval culture
    • Thus when medieval culture was at its prime, it was realised that
    • revelation was less sharply emphasised than they were in medieval
    • from medieval tradition a hatred of all that lived in personalities
    • universe, whereas nowadays we begin our physiological studies by
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • bodies is coming up in a very strong measure. Just as the
    • represents an animalization of the bodies. Emotions lead people to
    • vegetalization of the souls and the animalization of the bodies, or
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
    • THE WEAVING AND LIVING ACTIVITY OF THE HUMAN ETHERIC BODIES.
    • could not as yet speak of etheric bodies; indeed, he was far from
    • etheric bodies are the material used by the Angeloi, Archangeloi and
    • Archai. For the Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai, our etheric bodies
    • Archangeloi and Archai work upon our etheric bodies, and when we walk
    • the generations, it so happened that human bodies develop
    • spontaneously within the bodies of mothers. This is quite
    • deaths prevent human beings from carrying their etheric bodies
    • etheric bodies are handed over to the spiritual world, then something
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • Translated from Die Ziele des Johannes-Bauvereins
    • embodied, within Earth-existence. This is expressed in the whole form
    • as an expression of all that is most precious to man, is embodied in
    • See the lecture: “Die okkulte Gesichtspunkte des Stuttgarter
    • evolution. During the second year of my studies at the Technical High
    • published this year by Diederichs. It is an old legend of which many
    • and by her a son, Diocletian. She dies, and the Emperor takes a
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • in their art of sculpture had bodied forth a god, were also able to
    • medieval Mysticism. This stream was still able to have an effect upon
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • you will feel the Son as Him with whom you can die and yet remain
    • within them; they were aware of that which cannot die. They saw men
    • die, but to them this Death was a mere semblance among the outer
    • of life, of comfort and of strength, “In Christ we die” —
    • Science, the more he feels his soul to die within him. For the modern
    • dies. Why is it, he asks himself, that he has a feeling comparable
    • We die in Christ, when we pass through the gate of Death. Our
    • Father we are born,” “In Christ we die,” we may say
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • Die Menschliche Seele in Ihrem Zusammenhang Mit Goettlich-Geistligen
    • Individualitaeten. Die Verinnerlichung der Jahresfeste.
    • Die Menschliche Seele in Ihrem Zusammenhang Mit Goettlich-Geistligen
    • Individualitaeten. Die Verinnerlichung der Jahresfeste.
    • studies alluded to a more intimate relationship between word and
    • there is nothing of the Greek tragedies left in his translations, not
    • tragedies themselves.
    • tends to die away, — just there the spiritual enters in!
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • died away. The time had come for man to pass into an entirely
    • the inherent value of the medieval mind. The point is to realise and
    • this connection, medieval culture and, above all, Scholasticism
    • the origin and subsequent development of medieval thought. Great
    • districts, over the Black Sea to the Mediterranean. Medieval thought
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • Die Verbindung Zwischen Lebenden und Toten.
    • Die Verbindung Zwischen Lebenden und Toten.
    • which we studied yesterday more externally. We will try to bring
    • of men who died long ago and who work into us. Altogether, the
    • of God we are born; into Christ we die’.
    • feeling: ‘Into Christ we die’, and gazing in from the
    • have died into Christ’. This union with Christ gives us the
    • as a result of such studies as we have made today, we take with us
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • human bodies. For human bodies are no longer adapted to Imaginations.
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • was an expedient, in order to take up a stand on the question: is a
    • have spoken very concretely in these studies by saying that we must
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • the course of these studies we shall see to what an infinitely
    • other reality, which indeed we have often studied, that lies for man
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • mangled bodies of our fighters, there are traitors who are in
    • very far from the plan to stab in the back those who are ready to die
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • should be studied if the right direction were to be given to the
    • has put before his audience: the whole life of Europe, above all,
    • join a group where Spiritual Science was studied, begged moreover at
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • time, as we know from our various studies. For even in this Grecian
    • down, dies by an accident. Let us suppose that a man is struck dead
    • dies, is buried, another comes, is born, dies, is buried, etc. etc.
    • and dies? Priests, pastors, know no other wisdom to put in place of
    • head, man would die at the age of twenty-seven. Only because the rest
    • upon earth as merely a higher animal, to be born and to die, but I am
    • social life will in this way die out, approach dissolution, for here
    • cannot fill up life. And on the other hand the ‘bon Dieu
    • of Europe if one studies what hearts, what human souls live out on
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • configuration. And from the various studies we have pursued we
    • Since water was needed for the soldiers, persons able to use the
    • dies.
    • as sum of spiritual beings, does not die with the earth; humanity
    • interested, shall we say, than in this case the Swiss audience
    • supposed to please the audience! Just imagine such stupid nonsense
    • his audience may make note of it. One will only be really able to see
    • described it in these studies, was also experienced by the Lemurian
    • if one really studies history, there is a great difference between
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • Die Bruecke Zwischen der Weltgeistigkeit und dem Physichen des
    • Menschen. Die Suche Nach der Neuen Isis, der Goettlichen Sophia.
    • Die Bruecke Zwischen der Weltgeistigkeit und dem Physichen des
    • Menschen. Die Suche Nach der Neuen Isis, der Goettlichen Sophia.
    • Esoteric Studies
    • anthroposophical studies; but today it is our intention to speak of
    • astral bodies, but that this dissolution is in reality a releasing
    • bodies of the old American Indians, although they certainly descend
    • and which has fallen there into decadence. The Japanese, if studied
    • born in America in bodies in which, if I may say so, they do not feel
    • culture, live now in American bodies. A part of these, I should say,
    • not sit quite solidly within their bodies, how they consequently try
    • in American Indian bodies. Over in Asia we find the souls who lived
    • bodies should not point to their ancestors, as far as their souls are
    • souls, as well, who live in present day bodies. These souls have only
    • not merely of the origin of bodies. And in addition, we should
    • see each other again so that we can continue such studies, which can
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • Die Verinnerlichung der Jahresfeste.
    • Die Menschliche Seele in Ihrem Zusammenhang Mit
    • Die Verinnerlichung der Jahresfeste.
    • physical and etheric bodies as active realities.
    • sleep, the physical and etheric bodies lie resting in the physical
    • the physical and etheric bodies. But if, with the methods of
    • separated from the physical and etheric bodies during sleep, we find
    • physical and etheric bodies, the element of soul and spirit that is
    • and spirit out of the physical and etheric bodies and during the
    • and etheric bodies into the spiritual world when we fall asleep; and
    • us when we die. Through the course of our life we have been connected
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    • (Versuch, die Metamorphose der Pflanzen zu erkennen). We shall
    • century. Anyone who really studies the writings of a man like John
    • the vegetation shoots forth in spring, by the way it dies in autumn —
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    • Die Wirklichkeit der Hoeheren Welten.
    • Die Wirklichkeit der Hoeheren Welten.
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    • gradually paled and died. The possibility of an independent
    • continuation of medieval thinking, with the omission of the idea that
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • comparison with what was contained, for instance, in the medieval
    • differentials. For, in reality, we die continually! Already when we
    • are born, we begin to die; there is a minute process of death in us
    • withstand, we die in one moment. But otherwise, we die
    • remedies against illness, even against the process of death; the
    • remedies which should always be there. So long as we do not speak in
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • Mitteleuropas und die europaeischen Volksgeister.
    • Mitteleuropas und die europaeischen Volksgeister.
    • to everyone of us that the etheric body of a man who died young must
    • have an entirely different constitution than that of a man who died
    • at a time such as the present one, in which so many etheric bodies
    • bodies of those who have passed through the portal of death in their
    • also say: When a human being dies in his young years, his etheric
    • the sleeping human bodies.
    • earth thinks through these sleeping human bodies. The earth always
    • now that we live in a time in which many of these etheric bodies,
    • nevertheless etheric bodies coming from youthful human lives,
    • it when they die in bed, or as a result of an ordinary accident. In a
    • bodies, of youthful human beings that thus ascend to the spiritual
    • time has gone by which sent many, many unused etheric bodies to the
    • spiritual world. These unused etheric bodies contain forces. And from
    • time that these unused etheric bodies contain forces that will be
    • future, the unused etheric bodies of those who had to carry life
    • etheric bodies with their unused forces will be inspiring forces,
    • look up to the heavenly etheric bodies of those who in the present
    • towards these etheric bodies ... all those who are filled with
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    • he places before us would have had to die as a being of
    • heads in the air saying that they have studied Jacob Boehme and find
    • embodied in the crystal-formations of the earth, to which man gives
    • outward sense. Man receives through his senses that which is embodied
    • to die, this ancestor assembled all his family and told them of what
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • been studied very little from an external historical standpoint,
    • studied for every epoch of time.
    • itself from the physical and etheric bodies that remain lying on the
    • quality: they cannot die. All those Beings of the higher Hierarchies,
    • not die (read the description of their life's course in my books),
    • they do not die as men die. What did Christ take upon Himself, Christ
    • Who came from the higher Hierarchies? — He died within a human
    • the evolution of humanity upon the earth, Christ died in a human
    • wish that our Groups should study diligently. These studies should
    • end not by means of psychic influences, but by means of ingredients
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    • things that are familiar to you from anthroposophical studies.
    • incarnating in bodies derived from physical parents. In that epoch,
    • time ago how a friend of our Movement, shortly before he died from
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • Die Verhaeltnis der Sternenwelt zum Menschen und des Menschen
    • zur Sternenwelt. Die Geistige Kommunion des Menschheit.
    • Die Verhaeltnis der Sternenwelt zum Menschen und des Menschen
    • zur Sternenwelt. Die Geistige Kommunion des Menschheit.
    • me. They were about to conclude their theological studies and enter
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • Die Verbindung Zwischen Lebenden und Toten.
    • Den Seelen, die sie liebend sucht!
    • Den Seelen, die sie liebend sucht.
    • like, because we have frequently studied the brain inside the skull,
    • when dissecting corpses; we have frequently studied the stomach
    • be studied from outside, this spatial interior is not what I mean
    • know that we have died, that our spiritual has freed itself from our
    • away from us when we die; in a similar way we now have the impression
    • world. And when we die, we know that the purpose of our life is to
    • are still alive when we die. Even here on earth, we encounter them in
    • bodies that might still have worked for a long time upon their
    • bodies, can be used for the spiritual progress of humanity; but this
    • the earth in human bodies, will have the possibility of grasping
    • world before their time have their etheric bodies in that world and
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    • Kalewala. Olaf Asteson. Das russische Volkstum. Die Welt als
    • exercise an inspiring influence — and there, etheric bodies can
    • without souls that dwell in human bodies, souls that are related with
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    • eventually die for lack of it.
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • etheric bodies; one may add, as regards that part of them which is not within
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  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • following Monday. It may not be immediately apparent to the audience
    • diet and finding the right balance between what a person enjoys and
    • and again in our studies we have gone back to the ancient Saturn
    • taken from statistics or chemistry when prescribing dietary
    • of occultism — for which specific remedies are to be used. This
    • is the place to use the remedies you find in the plants and minerals.
    • first ones for which specific remedies can be used.
    • in the blood, psychological remedies are justified. And if they are
    • for these. Dietary remedies apply here. The type of illness we
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • that men are embodied in such dense substance. They cannot easily
    • passion the ingredients of the two sexes combine in the human being
    • Something of what belongs to the astral bodies of his parents —
    • bodies you have weakened the influence of the astral and etheric body
    • on his finer bodies, he will discover that he has become more or less
    • his finer bodies. And this has happened mainly because the human
    • those influences or remedies that work from one being to another in a
    • our studies for us to acquire once again such concepts as the concept
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • RHYTHM IN THE BODIES OF
    • the possibility of progressing to more and more advanced studies in
    • the seventh day when the patient can easily die, and the doctor has
    • a man lies asleep, the physical and etheric bodies lie in bed and the
    • etheric bodies during sleep. This brings about changes in man's inner
    • These rhythms occurring in the four bodies were implanted into man
    • various bodies influence one another. We know that we are embedded in
    • rhythm of the two bodies harmonise, is the work of other spirits, the
    • relationships between these heavenly bodies were regulated from out
    • temperature. Seven days later the astral and etheric bodies are in
    • the various bodies — physical body, etheric body, astral body
    • have quite different rhythms in their etheric and astral bodies. In
    • rhythms of the astral and etheric bodies.
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • not as regular as with the astral and the etheric bodies. We can,
    • irregularity is bound to occur in the rhythm of the etheric bodies.
    • the earth. But outside there was a sun, and when such heavenly bodies
    • absolutely untrue that the heavenly bodies rotate by themselves
    • rhythms of the heavenly bodies and actually bring about all the
    • bodies revolve around one another. And if we could go into the
    • and modeled the rhythm of his astral and etheric bodies on the cycle
    • etheric bodies, but in the parts that have been given into man's
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • our studies which are to bring us closer and closer to a deeper
    • earthly life — in reverse sequence. Assuming that a man dies in
    • Kamaloca for his future by imagining that the man who died at forty
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • will work with less force on the etheric and physical bodies,
    • the physical and etheric bodies create a tremendous hindrance. It
    • etheric bodies would not follow suit, and this would drive the horse
    • bodies act as sheaths for the ego but not so that they are a complete
    • human nature in their physical and etheric bodies but have at the
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • both sun and moon, that these two cosmic bodies should send their
    • physical bodies that swarmed about on the earth below. From a
    • loose connection with the primitive bodies developing on the earth
    • below that still had no density to speak of. These bodies were too
    • bodies, but this must point to something special, for as a people
    • highest degree ethereal beings with highly developed etheric bodies
    • but underdeveloped physical bodies; beings that as it were could
    • grasp all the wisdom of the world with their etheric bodies, as
    • physical bodies were sleepy. Yet because they were led as though by
    • their physical bodies, and their etheric bodies interpenetrated their
    • physical bodies most deeply. A present-day man with eyes of the
    • which, in Lemurian times, descended into physical bodies in the
    • who entered more into physical bodies, then they had to descend
    • earthly bodies appeared really to be only an addition to their
    • would not have been able to descend at all into physical bodies. And
    • died out. Having descended too soon into a physical body, they fell
    • Equator and the North Pole. The human bodies that could become
    • the North with strongly developed etheric bodies and less developed
    • physical bodies, and that other equatorial population with strongly
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • and then dies. Why? Because it is a creature which, like a plant, has
    • so it dies. The animal still has an astral body, but no ego.
    • physical bodies, that passes from one incarnation to another. If this
    • understand how the gods have first of all given us our three bodies
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    • Anthroposophy is to be grasped. Subjects must be studied from
    • brought these studies to a provisional conclusion with a course of
    • lectures on the Gospel of St. Mark. These studies of the Gospels may
    • essential about this Mystery until we have studied it from the four
    • what way have our studies over the last ten or twelve years demonstrated
    • who seriously studies this book will find that it already contained
    • he comes into contact with those who died before him and with whom he
    • relationship we had with an individual who died before us remains.
    • Among them was one which I had previously seen and studied although a
    • astral body have left the physical and etheric bodies. It is
    • Ego are within the physical and etheric bodies. But at night the
    • astral and etheric bodies were as quiescent as possible and the Ego
    • physical and astral bodies (in the figures of ‘Evening’
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    • remain in his astral, etheric and physical bodies; the forces able to
    • already been announced that our studies in these Group Meetings
    • carried out during recent months. It is only as our studies progress
    • his physical and etheric bodies. Again collisions take place —
    • now with the physical and etheric bodies. A person who is able —
    • physical bodies. But because of this, our relation to those bodies is
    • bodies there is no possibility of being able to do this at the
    • these bodies as he can do in the case of his ‘I’, for the
    • responsible remains in his astral, etheric and physical bodies but he
    • astral, etheric and physical bodies as they were at the end of our
    • previous incarnation, those bodies would be useless. The content of
    • astral, etheric and physical bodies, and to make them of use for a
    • bodies but not to restore them to health. Occult investigation
    • from the heavenly bodies connected with the Earth. These heavenly
    • bodies are the reservoirs of forces needed for our bodily sheaths. On
    • people who died before him or also with beings who inhabit the
    • and spoke the words, “Christ died not only for the Jews but
    • renewal of their etheric bodies. But these possibilities ceased as
    • remind ourselves again of St. Paul's words, that Christ died not only
    • provide them with healthy astral bodies, the forces in their astral
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    • influence on those who have died. Reading to the dead. Opposition to
    • who have also died have upon him. And this is tremendously important.
    • We can, for instance, read to the one who has died. The
    • thought and it has a direct effect upon the one who has died. As long
    • in Ensisheim, Upper Alsace, 4th January, 1604, died 9th August, 1668.
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    • bodies and is living in his Ego and astral body which are then in the
    • body and the physical and etheric bodies.
    • physical and etheric bodies remain in the bed, while the Ego and
    • bound up with the physical and etheric bodies than is the case during
    • information available to one who studies ancient records or records
    • physical and etheric bodies in the bed and goes forth with his astral
    • bodies, sinks more deeply into those bodies, and that what gives us
    • experiencing. I think that even in this enlightened audience there
    • upon their astral bodies and caused changes there.
    • bodies what they experienced about the constellation of the Great
    • physical and etheric bodies and there is not the slightest reason for
    • when the physical and etheric bodies are actually laid aside (at
    • disembodied state.
    • bodies as we know them today but of the ‘Spirits of the
    • with all physical bodies existing in space — as Anthroposophy
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    • come to men in purely spiritual bodies.
    • Mystery Centre in spiritual bodies. One such Teacher was the Being
    • bodies also pass through descending and ascending phases of
    • because the heavenly bodies are also undergoing evolution, our souls
    • in Nicolas Copernicus, [Born 1473, died 1543.] the
    • movements and interrelationships of the heavenly bodies. How was it
    • heavenly bodies purely in terms of their mathematical, spatial and
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    • studies of man's life between death and the new birth. The question
    • After that the extracts of the etheric and astral bodies are subject
    • living in a physical body, he dies and passes into the other period
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    • new light upon many topics we have already studied from a different
    • that is to say, the bodies of men descend from Adam. Hence it can be
    • evolution of souls! The physical bodies which have descended from
    • Hence Paul could say: just as the physical bodies of men
    • the extent to which they have learnt ‘to die in Christ’,
    • contained the seed of what man must acquire in the disembodied state
    • substantiated because our studies were not as advanced as they now
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    • and etheric bodies together — which lies in the bed during
    • is that we die. The forces that are renewed during the night are
    • body that will subsequently be ours — all other bodies which
    • of fact, differentiation between human bodies that can be of interest
    • the single bodies are differentiated only according to their number.
    • through physical bodies, did not see the stars merely as material
    • bodies in the heavens; spiritual Beings were connected with the stars
    • upon bodies which must remain imperfect, or can this be avoided? If
    • physical bodies the proclamation and tidings of the spiritual worlds.
    • We have embarked upon these studies of the life between
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    • said. The belief that we have, so to say, only to die in order to
    • bodies in such a way that they are able to make effective use of
    • understood Karma must be studied in details, in details which reveal
    • simply die and then, after death, find a teacher who might take the
    • die in order to acquire certain knowledge. When we pass through the
    • this connection and I have already spoken of it. A person may die and
    • anthroposophists. The man who has died may have refused to have
    • have died. I recently had an experience that others too may have had.
    • Someone asked me about a friend who had died very recently and it
    • the gulf between the living and the dead, that when human beings die
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    • present studies. Towards the beginning of the description of the
    • Thus as the result of our studies in the course of the
    • that book. We shall realise that our studies during the Winter were
    • space, a world that is embodied in culture on Earth because souls of
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    • through our anthroposophical studies we must of course include
    • more exactly one studies this contrast, the more is one brought to
    • is embodied Achamod, the desire that pervades space.
    • are not a hypothetical invention. Anyone who studies history with
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    • three bodies of Jesus of Nazareth represented in their conjunction an
    • no body at that period; the bodies of that time would not have been
    • are studied with the means of Spiritual Science — it seems as
    • Dies irae, Dies illa,
    • astral bodies were laid hold of by that which streamed into them from
    • astral bodies came the concepts which could have conjured up before
    • studies how these powers would have found an abode in human souls —
    • physically embodied being has a relationship with the elemental
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    • had stayed on earth) and were incarnated in human bodies throughout
    • those of Ahriman. Thus the souls of men had to enter into bodies
    • planets into physical bodies, the development of their senses would
    • planetary abodes and assume bodies on Earth, and that after that
    • principles held sway in these bodies, they were not so organised as
    • forces which governed the sense-organs of these bodies, they would
    • bodies equipped with senses of the right kind. They would have been
    • been obliged to continue using the bodies then available for them on
    • Being. We say of Christ that he embodied himself in Jesus of
    • Earth. For Apollo was never physically embodied, but he worked
    • the course of later time human souls would not have found bodies in
    • earthly bodies suitable for its further development if the Mystery of
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    • never reveal its particular secrets unless it is studied as Geology,
    • thought of as embodied in the flesh. What his worshippers had for a
    • places where Adonis had been worshipped. The Adonis who died and
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    • forces in the third post-Atlantean epoch, when Astrology was studied
    • significance — the mother died of a broken heart because of her
    • Er vor ihm auf die Knie sinkt,
    • Die Hände vor ihm faltet.
    • Und unterliess die Frage.
    • Was dieses Blut besage,
    • Seit diesem Tag bis heute
    • Die Sage vom Heiligen Gral
    • ’Twere better had I died!”
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    • through the bodies and movements of animals, through voices or
    • Guardian of the Grail, dies, the name of his accredited successor
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    • evolution had died away, there came as you know, the Sun evolution
    • for itself and embodies itself. The laws of the Moon evolution, the
    • and dies away during the embryonic development, in what is lost with
    • Thus there die not only beings
    • etheric bodies. And the laws of the Sun-existence, working from epoch
    • philosophy must fall into decadence and die.
    • said that one could encounter these sun-laws if one studied the
    • Der sich die Wahrheit leidend erst erhandelt,
    • Der sich dies Wahrheit handelnd erst erleidet.”
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    • various planetary bodies were dispersed. The speculations derived
    • fundamental differences between these heavenly bodies, and this is
    • rotating nebula, out of which the heavenly bodies gradually
    • bodies, and have worked out a certain kind of physics and chemistry
    • light being, of course, by far the strongest. All the heavenly bodies
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    • Die Verbindung Zwischen Lebenden und Toten.
    • died, so that the one who remained behind had to pass through a
    • Someone has died in his young years, he has been torn away from his
    • physical bodies, other connections arise, which are far more
    • another in our physical bodies, flow into the stream of karma, into
    • died before him, we shall discover another thing. We shall see that
    • died contemporaneously with us (let us take this extreme case), or,
    • dies, or one whose life reaches its close through illness. We also
    • feelings die out. Seeing that during the course of evolution man has
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    • of our studies we may well take our start from what is already known
    • not only spin out relationships to those other etheric bodies which
    • fruits of our life embodied in the cosmos. This is a truth we must
    • comes to us from those who have died before us. We are equally
    • medieval philosophers referred to it as the heavenly world or the
    • laid aside their etheric bodies.
    • living still as astral beings in their astral bodies. We may draw
    • given time on earth are largely dependent on those who died and
    • studies history on spiritual lines will soon observe it, if only he
    • died.
    • than that which the etheric bodies have — or, for that matter,
    • are flowing down to them from those who died twenty or thirty years
    • sphere of activity of human beings who died long ago.
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    • pleasure to listen to a young person who had studied some subject. It
    • ones of solid, liquid, aeriform bodies and conditions of heat. When
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    • studied the brain inside the skull when dissecting corpses; we have
    • frequently studied the stomach and the heart.’ This interior,
    • however, that can thus be studied from outside, this spatial
    • that we are an ego only because we know that we have died, that our
    • that our physical body falls away from us when we die; in a similar
    • communicate them to their world. And when we die, we know that the
    • physical body, with souls that are still alive when we die. Even
    • etheric bodies that might still have worked for a long time upon
    • their physical bodies here on the physical plane are handed over to
    • etheric bodies, can be used for the spiritual progress of humanity;
    • souls of those who are still living on the earth in human bodies
    • their etheric bodies in that world and that they can ray their
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    • their bodies. It lies within the attitude which results from our
    • the world which can only be seen in the disembodied state of the
    • connection with the disembodied souls who have reached an
    • smallest parts of our bodies finally become, under all circumstances,
    • regardless of the way in which we, as bodies, are united with the
    • world, in which we stand, even with our physical bodies there is also
    • died in close proximity to the Goetheanum Building; he was crushed by
    • reach us — contains the etheric bodies of the dead, and the
    • dead are looking on these bodies. What the dead see of our world —
    • surrounded by a world in which the etheric bodies of the dead are
    • is contained in the whole etheric world, through the etheric bodies
    • only the etheric bodies which they have left behind. We cannot find
    • bodies, continue to live in their astral bodies and their Egos. You
    • with our etheric bodies, which pass over into the exterior etheric
    • becomes an exterior world. The one who has died, does not look upon
    • that everyone who had died were to be immediately forgotten, after
    • have painted the picture of some man who then dies, soon afterwards.
    • of people die a death of external violence, without any necessity
    • physical bodies on the earth, acquire a consciousness of the fact
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    • who have studied what we call the researches into the Akashic
    • their astral bodies into Spirit-self or Manas, or they will finish it
    • are my physical and etheric bodies, they are in that place and they
    • his astral body, outside his physical and etheric bodies, it is then
    • etheric bodies. In a distant future, however, one will be able from
    • direct his physical and etheric bodies, so there are beings, who have
    • and etheric bodies; he will direct them and set them in motion. He
    • we call ‘directing one's etheric and physical bodies from
    • of it thus: when we, in our age, die, and have gone through our
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    • embodies himself in the world, lives again for a time in the
    • spiritual world, and then embodies himself again somewhere else. When
    • consciousness, when it studies the peoples, finds, strange to say,
    • her class. They do not remain behind because they have not studied,
    • work of the Archai in their physical bodies had not taken place. It
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    • bodies, who are now at the present time engaged in transforming their
    • etheric bodies into that which is called Life-spirit or Buddhi. Man
    • down into a people and embodies himself in it. In the same way too,
    • finished the transforming of their astral bodies into Spirit-self or
    • case bodies of people separate themselves from the rest.
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    • die out and be no longer there. They do not repeat themselves for
    • this course. The American Indians did not die out because it pleased
    • those forces which lead them to die out. Upon the peculiarity of this
    • had to go to the West in order to die as race. To refresh humanity
    • unproductive element begins to act. Productivity dies out in a
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    • and astral bodies as an outer covering, into which are woven willing,
    • studies what we might call the tissue, the network of love; and this
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    • civilizations die, we then find the race of the dark Saturn, the
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    • If you follow the spirit of the studies we have made here during the
    • pointed out, bodies of people remained at the different points, from
    • studies.
    • in something which in our next studies we shall have to go into more
    • studies in such a manner that, from the configuration of the
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    • etheric bodies, at a time when they were not consciously present.
    • that was what may lead us a little further in our studies. The Greeks
    • manner in which the souls worked themselves into the bodies, he saw
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    • bodies. Outside the Anthroposophical Society one can at the present
    • Luciferic influence into man, the physical, etheric and astral bodies
    • of death in animal and plant bodies as it does in that of man. These
    • fell down, was mortally injured and died from his injuries? But the
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    • world. But it still works into modern human bodies, and from a
    • within His three bodies the capacities of feeling, thought and will.
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    • flexible, pliable bodies of that time, when they descended so to say
    • the bodies being formed upon earth.
    • The event of these earth-bodies being fertilized, as it
    • goddess represented that which can be presented to the human bodies
    • bodies.
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    • Erkenntnisimpuls und die Aufgabe der Anthroposophie. Der Mensch in
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    • substance of our Anthroposophical view of the world, as studied in our
    • training has come in, among those who have studied natural science,
    • consciously leave our bodies; we see the body outside ourselves, just
    • studied, so must man be divided into his several parts in order that he
    • may be really studied.
    • and moon are indicated in the present relations of those bodies, so are
    • evolution of the earth unless Christ had lived, died, and risen again
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    • zur Sternenwelt. Die Geistige Kommunion der Menschheit.
    • what he embodies in his materials as a painter, sculptor, or musician
    • he embodied in his materials as an artist and what he took to be
    • going to Italy, he and Herder had studied the philosophy of Spinoza
    • animal-form in his botanical and zoological studies was identical as
    • poem Die Geheimnisse as the ‘Thirteenth,’ the one who was
    • similarly in the other heavenly bodies and constellations, man
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    • works we can see the effect of these anatomical studies and of the
    • studied.
    • studies. Thanks to his careful studies, and to the fact that he
    • coincidence that Galileo was born on the day that Michelangelo died.
    • bodies,” we shall be sensitive to the spirit surging in the
    • bodies, spirit at its lowest level, the spirit nevertheless, which
    • 1564 he died. Every period of man's life can be creative; it
    • who died in his middle thirties, just the age when the
    • completed and died even before the drum was finished. But we possess
    • astral body leave the physical and etheric bodies at night, and if we
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    • the physical and etheric bodies. In such circumstances, owing to
    • our physical and etheric bodies, so that while we are asleep in a
    • and the dragging, are brought into the physical and etheric bodies,
    • order prevailing in the physical and etheric bodies. He really brings
    • into the etheric and physical bodies. For he brings back with him
    • astral body — brought into the etheric and physical bodies
    • “It is God's Will”, “Dieu le
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    • bodies of the present generation necessarily have been incarnated in
    • their earlier incarnations into the bodies of the present generation
    • souls incarnated at the time of these conquests in bodies of the
    • the souls now living in these European bodies were once incarnated in
    • far-off America, in the bodies of a race which was conquered by
    • incarnated now in Japanese bodies. We shall never be able to
    • over these Christian sentiments into Eastern bodies and have been
    • before they brought themselves to descend again into new bodies. It
    • into very hard and dense material bodies. Fundamentally speaking what
    • obstacles as are erected when history is studied merely from the
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    • being able to test them. Among our audience many people prefer to
    • fundamental character which expresses itself in the three bodies: the
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies.
    • In the next life the character qualities build up the three bodies,
    • our character is then the architect of these three bodies. If envy
    • exercise an influence upon the three bodies during the next
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • Die Erziehungsfrage Als Soziale Frage.
    • Die spirituellen, kulturgeschichtlichen, und sozialen
    • astral body and by the Ego. It is abandoned by these bodies and then
    • development. There, human bodies had a different constitution from
    • that of today. The human bodies of olden times, the mummies which you
    • as human bodies are now constituted. They were filled to a far
    • so corpse-like as the human bodies of today. These physical bodies
    • endowed with the bodies of the Egyptian-Chaldean peoples, we would
    • traced back to Egyptian insight, to what became embodied with the
    • the Graeco-Latin epoch, man's living plant-like body died;
    • less died, or was at least dying off slowly. Now we already have a
    • Graeco-Latin ingredients of culture in the leading personalities of
    • according him a pension until he dies. To many people a position
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  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • Die Verbindung Zwischen Lebenden und Toten.
    • far as we live on earth in our physical bodies. This is a real train
    • bodies should live with the Christ-thought in such a way that it can
    • The title of the little book I mentioned is “Die
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    • must include a far wider horizon in our studies of the life of plant
    • studied more intimately, we should for example have a better
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    • summer-time it tends in a certain sense to die.
    • withal the life of Man himself degenerate and die. As in ancient
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    • main ingredients hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and carbon. We must
    • fast, having become solidified, mingled with other ingredients.
    • form or configuration which is embodied in the carbon.
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    • who have studied academic agriculture from the modern point of view
    • try to create good manures, by adding these five ingredients —
    • six ingredients you can produce an excellent manure — whether
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    • course of our studies must be based on such insight as we have already
    • called plant diseases. These things can only be studied in concrete
    • die out. Thus, for each living creature, there are quite definite conditions.
    • The human race too would die out if it were not for certain conditions.
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    • the old remedies. Though they no longer know why, they have kept them
    • you really took all these remedies the one would cancel the other out,
    • learning by their academic studies, and thereupon go out and try to
    • the effect that a diet of tomatoes will, under given conditions, have
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    • transformed in this way can perceive the light bodies of
    • resolve to be embodied a second time.” The soul must
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    • Die Gestaltung des Menschen als Ergebnis kosmischer Wirkungen.
    • Die Gestaltung des Menschen als Ergebnis kosmischer Wirkungen.
    • this connection. The human form may thus be studied as a
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    • die Krisis des Neunzehnten Jahrhunderts. Kosmische
    • die Krisis des Neunzehnten Jahrhunderts. Kosmische
    • also to be removed, as it were, from the individuality and embodied in the
    • consciousness was by this means placed outside, objectified, and embodied in
    • human ether bodies on the paths of the light and on the paths of the sound of
    • the ether bodies come to the human beings who are incarnating — of how
    • die early through some accident or otherwise, and in a different way in the
    • grow old. Physically, one dies earlier and another later; seen from a
    • spiritual aspect, we all become old alike. If we die early, our physical body
    • cosmos, and just because we have died early, our ether body has other
    • functions in the cosmos than if we had died only later. When we count up the
    • studies Man living out his life as physical Man between birth and death, is
    • human beings bearing physical bodies of the earth; and when we accept
    • an ever-growing love. If it is a question of the bodies of men with which we
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    • Die Wirklichkeit der Hoeheren Welten,
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  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • man's body, he would immediately die.
    • Stuttgart, to apply to the world of physical facts. Yet, ladies and
    • offended when we speak to large audiences about ‘spiritual
    • sacred duty of the times to stand up and speak to large audiences.
    • things to a large city audience, like Dr. Steiner does. What is
    • want to keep our spirit free, even if our bodies are in bondage. Out
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • endeavoured to do this in the course of our studies. To call up a few
    • after our bodies; we need not trouble in the least about
    • Illusion.’ Anyone who studies this chapter will find a
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • Der Weg zu gesundern Denken un die Lebenslage des Gegenwartsmenschen.
    • Der Weg zu gesundern Denken un die Lebenslage des
    • philosophy. Again and again people who have studied the sayings of
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    • shaped our planet, who have built the bodies in which we live
    • Atlantean bodies, bodies very unlike those of today. In that
    • bodies; they were the Beings who flash through the air in
    • celestial bodies to the Earth, in all that fills the airy
    • when the physical body of Christ Jesus died on Golgotha,
    • Gospels which tell of the Event of Golgotha. A man who studies
    • from the work of the old Gods will die away and what will blossom
    • old dies utterly away, and the new springs into bud out of
    • Offenbarung durch die Höhen dem
    • Ruhe und Stille durch die Erdenräume,
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    • earth men die; they pass through the gate of death, laying aside
    • their physical bodies and taking their souls into the spiritual
    • only willing to use their physical bodies as instruments for
    • bodies for thinking. It is this that had led to the materialistic
    • understood to-day. Nature, as studied by natural science to-day
    • in 1892, contains a chapter entitled “Die Moralische
    • “astral bodies” that were, comparatively speaking,
    • element in their “astral bodies.” To-day our
    • “astral bodies” have becomeempty. They are remarkably
    • i.e., outside the physical and “etheric” bodies
    • died before me — in short, through intercourse with those who
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • Das esoterische Christentum and die geistige Führung
    • endowed with a certain elementary clairvoyance in the bodies
    • 14:39 For, as the LORD liveth, which saveth Israel, though it be in Jonathan my son, he shall surely die. But there was not a man among all the people that answered him. \
    • 14:43 Then Saul said to Jonathan, Tell me what thou hast done. And Jonathan told him, and said, I did but taste a little honey with the end of the rod that was in mine hand, and, lo, I must die. \
    • etheric bodies and for a short time has a retrospective view of his
    • When a human being dies, his
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies fall away from him and his ego
    • the Christ-Ego in the astral and etheric bodies of men goes on to
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    • who come into high and responsible positions have studied in the way
    • the two bodies, in a thoroughly healthy human being the ethereal body
    • contribute to strengthen their ethereal bodies. They do not give
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    • changing distance, between two bodies in the outer world according to
    • “studied” by systematically modifying the respiratory
    • procedure. Naturally, not everyone who has studied synthetic geometry
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    • produces in the physical and formative-force bodies of a plant. One
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    • in Asia all this could not have been observed and studied at all. The
    • to expression in the bodies of the men from Asia, Europe and America,
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    • studies that which is coming into life, he really only studies
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    • studied, a distinction has always been made between exoteric
    • from Divine-Spiritual worlds, had entered into physical bodies
    • and would in time pass out of these bodies. They regarded this as
    • human beings around him, die. You will not accuse me of comparing
    • die.
    • the human being can die, only because he has within him
    • Christ. It was necessary for a God to die upon the Earth,
    • whatever of the Gods if Christ had not died, and now, since His
    • world in pictures, in revelations; inwardly they did not die. And
    • over, but studied with due realisation of their significance. In
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    • what was meant by medieval scholastic Realism. It was not called
    • who was a Realist in the medieval scholastic sense, to form the following
    • Also the medieval scholastic Realists were of this opinion. They said
    • with Being than the medieval scholastic ideas) were the descendants
    • they had grown more dim, and for the medieval scholastic philosophers
    • clairvoyance. Of course, medieval realistic scholasticism was no
    • Medieval scholastic Realism,
    • death. But as stated, this medieval scholastic Realism was not
    • during the passage from medieval life to modern life. A chief quality
    • certain extent, that our bodies are ill. All atheists are physically
    • Christ. Anthroposophy studies, if I may use this expression, history,
    • of man on earth. When Anthroposophy studies Nature it calls the
    • old Father-principle into new life, but when it studies history it
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • When history is studied
    • physical bodies, — this consciousness will gradually grow and
    • fallen into the river because he was dead; he did not die because he
    • etheric forces of men that have died young and these forces rise up
    • influence of the etheric bodies which sever themselves from the human
    • souls before their forces have been used up, of etheric bodies that
    • bodies here on earth, and on behalf of physical life. We cannot help
    • thinking of the many unused parts of etheric bodies rising up to the
    • battlefields. These etheric bodies will form a great complex of
    • proceeding from the unused etheric bodies may send flown their
    • forces of these unused etheric, bodies. This should be a real
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    • erkenntnis. Die geistigen Hinterfruende der sozialen Frage.
    • critical studies.
    • studies all this he may become a materialist, as far as his world
    • Nature is chiefly based upon the fact that he has deeply studied the
    • something which he has studied with the greatest attention. If you
    • must be studied several years if we wish
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    • The manifold studies which we have
    • that I am familiar! I have studied the whole history of
    • condition of clairvoyance. This gradually ebbed away and died
    • had a dream. In obedience to his dream and to the Sibylline
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • Die Bruecke Zwischen der Weltgeistigkeit und dem Physichen
    • des Menschen. Die Suche Nach der Neuen Isis, der Goettlichen
    • the works of Rudolf Steiner, entitled: Die
    • naturally with other cosmic bodies — the configuration
    • can become head. We may therefore say : A man dies so that in
    • future. This cannot be completed; he has to die and become
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    • kann die Spur von meinen Erdentagen
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    • — is studied, the most that can be achieved is a one-sided
    • merely studied from a “psychological” point of view, but
    • conscientiously studied by Spiritual Science. Here I can do no more
    • materialistic science studies these illnesses by examining the
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    • the cosmological studies we have pursued for some weeks, I can to-day
    • hears the Beings, who have their dwelling in these heavenly bodies,
    • bodies it is singing, speaking as it sings to you, singing as it
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    • brother; in death and in life you die in Christ.” The truth of
    • die” — that is to say — “As soul, we
    • this truth — “In Christ the Son we die, in order that we
    • “In Christ we die” — that is to say, “As
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    • cultural ingredient that now permeates our whole external
    • ingredient. Indeed, it is far more than this! You see, when the men
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    • physical bodies through forces acquired in the Mysteries and ventured
    • physical bodies. Clemens of Alexandria expressed this clearly when he
    • disembodied initiates in the presence of the Christ and in the
    • really knew was simply this: Christ had died on the cross; it was
    • We know that human beings die; that they pass through the portal of
    • earth. Thus, we have the ether bodies of human beings; they are
    • place. Everything I've said thus far about ether bodies in
    • general refers, of course, to these ether bodies. But what I am
    • etherically, as a totality of ether bodies infected by Lucifer. Those
    • bodies were, of course, scattered, rarified, and dissolved, but they
    • Die geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit durch den
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    • interesting studies are concerned with layers of the earth's surface
    • found in organic bodies.
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    • the case of human beings who die prematurely things are somewhat different.
    • etheric bodies. What he brings with him is Inspiration, to which I
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    • Es ist die 11. von 13 Vorträge von Rudolf Steiner in Dornach,
    • Schweiz im Juni und Juli angesichts von 1921. Die Vortragsreihe
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    • heute einige Wahrheiten zusammenfassen, die uns dann wiederum dienen
    • Pol hin in diesem Seelenleben das gedankliche Element, das Denken
    • darüber, daß Wille waltet in den Gedanken, die wir
    • waltet der Wille in diesem Denken. Also selbst wenn wir
    • wenn wir nur die alltäglichen Lebenserscheinungen betrachten,
    • richten. Auch dieses Denken ist in gewisser Beziehung natürlich
    • bezieht sich auch schon im gewöhnlichen Leben mehr auf die
    • Vergangenheit, der Wille bezieht sich auf die Zukunft. Das
    • die Möglichkeit des Gedankens in uns ist, das verdanken wir dem
    • entgegentritt, schon im Keime all die Gedankenfähigkeit
    • vorhanden, die der Mensch überhaupt in sich entwickelt. Das Kind
    • verwendet die Gedanken nur — Sie wissen das aus Vorträgen,
    • die ich schon gehalten habe — als Richtkräfte zum Aufbauen
    • Zahnwechsel hin, verwendet das Kind die Gedankenkräfte zum
    • eigentlich wenig mit dieser Gedankenkraft verbunden. Beobachten Sie
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    • physical bodies. But there must always be a beginning to such things,
    • the lectures this lack of space was felt externally by the audience,
    • who studies Isis Unveiled, or The Secret Doctrine will
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    • the studies we have carried on in our Lodge evenings in former years,
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    • this as embodied in an intuition, we can, on looking at the
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • Die Evolution vom Gesichtspunkkte des Wahrhaftigen.
    • would however, die out altogether if nothing were received by way of
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    • something good, and die in doing it! One of the million deaths we
    • have already died, and shall yet die. It is as though we pass from
    • studies Anthroposophy in the right way. The writer of these words
    • tragic act in which longing could be embodied. How can we fail to
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    • Die Evolution vom Gesichtspunkkte des Wahrhaftigen.
    • a man dies, is then for us in the macrocosm. On account of the Cosmic
    • the other kingdoms surrounding us. We may ask: do minerals die? To
    • the occultist there could be no sense in saying that minerals die. It
    • would he just the same as saying that our fingernails die when
    • connection with us. In reality it dies only when we ourselves die. In
    • not die. They are merely members of one great organism, just as a
    • finger-nails. We cannot say that the finger-nail has died. Just as
    • does not die when its separate plants fade — just as we
    • ourselves do not die when our hair goes grey, although we cannot
    • colour. The earth does not die; what is observed in the fading of the
    • say that the plants really die. And even of the animals we cannot
    • actually say that they die, as we die. For in reality a separate
    • ‘death’. In reality man alone dies, for he has developed
    • course of our studies this winter we shall further show that neither
    • Paul was — that He died, and rose again. But the foundation for
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    • Die Spirituellen Hintergruende der Aeusseren Welt.
    • to a true knowledge of the spirit in our studies and in our
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    • penetrated, studied and finally used to build all kinds of
    • physical and etheric bodies. The first beginnings of the
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    • astral bodies; otherwise we shall only hear words. The state
    • spirit one has to loosen the etheric and astral bodies a
    • also know that more than fifty out of an audience of a
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    • their physical nature and their souls could make their bodies
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • ancient Greek times. Then, human bodies were as perfect as
    • are in bodies which are dying, increasingly crumbling and
    • year, a very important person died in Zurich — Franz Brentano.
    • ascendant. In future, bodies will be in the descendant and
    • speaks to us in the way it did when human bodies were
    • today who simply are not themselves. Bodies are walking
    • human bodies will go so far that this will happen. Just think
    • physical bodies and yet be present on earth. Existence holds
    • predestination. But they dwell in bodies destined for good or
    • to develop their souls parallel to their bodies. Why, then,
    • for the bodies are partly empty. I am not saying anything
    • social circumstances, but their bodies will be empty to such
    • world around them and on the fact that their bodies are being
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    • when someone has died and a living person who is walking
    • if their bodies had not become sensuous flesh. It is entirely
    • relationship to the gods and to disembodied spirits is
    • have dreamt of a vicious, yapping dog; you will die in this
    • he only died in 1804, and what he said in
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    • often done by conjurers: they show the audience some heavy
    • lifted the weights, so that the audience can admire his
    • their physical bodies. It really was so in the past. This is
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    • Die Spirituellen Hintergruende der Aeusseren Welt.
    • Die Aussichtslosigkeit der Sozialdemokratie
    • Die Einsichtslosigkeit des Herrn Schaeffle
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    • know, Soloviev died at the turn of the eighteenth to the
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    • Science is looking at life that has died.
    • atavistic science die. The adherents of Saint-Martin, the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • than four months. They thought they had studied the social
    • municipal, rural and national representative bodies who
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    • children as they get older, and their bodies then follow a
    • characteristics given by the soil, and the bodies of
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    • that anyone who studies the evolution of humanity and has an
    • which were later to enter into human bodies were still in
    • to make the decision to enter into particular bodies. For the
    • entering into bodies which were to be the population in the
    • human bodies and souls would have been utterly different from
    • Different souls would have been in different bodies, and the
    • while human bodies will develop in such a way that certain
    • through the living body. Today, bodies are vaccinated against
    • found to vaccinate bodies so that these bodies will not allow
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    • the 1840s to incarnate in human bodies and are now up in that
    • die Geschichten
    • die Geschichte.
    • die Geschichten
    • die Geschichte
    • bad thing to know these things, which are ingredients of
    • will be such atavistic remnants which have died and will drop
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • wrote excellent botanical studies. He wrote many correct things about
    • starry heavens as attraction and repulsion of the heavenly bodies; we
    • insect would die. If they ate away any vital organ, the insect could
  • Title: Foredrag: Kristusimpulsen i tidens utvikling og dens virke i mennesket
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    • "Die drei geistigen Vorstufen des Mysteriums
    • Dieses Buch wurde an anonymous donation, Spender zur Verfügung gestellt.
    • livsperioder på erkeengel- stadiet i den åndelige
    • mediemanèr ville ha frembragt en uklar lallen som uttrykk
    • nærmere i min bok "Die Rätsel der Philosophie."
    • Dieses war im Urbeginne bei Gott.
    • dass die Finsternis meines Ich ergreife den
    • Erfüllen möge aer leuchtende Gedanke die
    • dass die Finsternis meines Ich ergreife den lebendigen
    • Im Urbeginne ist die Erinnerung,
    • und die Erinnerung lebt weiter,
    • und göttlich ist die Erinnerung,
    • und die Erinnerung ist Leben,
    • und dieses Leben ist das Ich des Menschen,
    • Im Urbeginne war die Kratt der Erinnerung.
    • Die Kratt der Erinnerung soll werden gött1ich,
    • und ein Göttllches soll werden die Kratt der
    • in die Finsternis der Gegenwart hereinstrahlt.
    • Und die Finsternis, so wie sie gegenwärtig ist,
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    • Erfahrungen des Uebersinnlichen. Die wege der Seele zu Christus.
    • not, as a rule, studied in sufficient depth, Reference could be made
    • out our physical and etheric bodies through acts of will, through
    • out our physical and etheric bodies. In fact our daily life is a
    • bodies, and they are most thoroughly worn out in the evening.
    • sleep the more do our physical and etheric bodies pass over into a
    • activity has died away, is brought about in our physical and etheric
    • bodies.
    • heavenly bodies, according to knowledge of the stars.
    • Karmic Relationships: Esoteric Studies - Volume IV,
    • them. Some day, however, these things will again be studied and then
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    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf die Grossen Fragen
    • were given by Rudolf Steiner to audiences familiar with the general
    • studies how cell relates to cell, how cell is nourished by
    • physical and etheric bodies, but they do not simply draw themselves
    • or geology studies. Then we have to direct our attention to what in
    • something else. If the leaf of a plant is studied, it is discovered
    • in which a man like Goethe studied the plant world on his journey
    • Die Dinge in den Raumesweiten,
    • Erkennend lebt die Menschenseele
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    • the ingredients that have entered into the spiritual life of
    • Dieu citoyen’ — the words with which Heinrich
    • of Isis and Osiris, or of Dionysos, He studied these ancient
    • the Zodiacs. Dupuis studied these things quite consciously and
    • brought about by the material heavenly bodies and their
    • make the ‘bon Dieu citoyen’ of Nazareth
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    • fact. They studied Man in his whole being, in his attunement
    • with the macrocosm. They studied this especially because they
    • see it in the Pyramids. Even if crudely studied, the
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • German in Die Wirklichkeit der Hoeheren Welten, Bibliographic Nr. 79,
    • Die Wirklichkeit der Hoeheren Welten,
    • bodies during sleep, there is a dull twilight life, and we only
    • our physical and etheric bodies at the moment of waking up. By
    • etheric bodies, enables us to have experiences outside these
    • bodies within our sentient-volitional being.
    • comes out of the physical and etheric bodies becomes more
    • when the human being abandons his physical and etheric bodies by
    • sheaths of the physical and etheric bodies which were laid aside,
    • physical and etheric bodies which are now outside, these things
    • single human bodies shall have decayed. When the whole earth
    • same way in which physical things are studied. This certainty
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • our moral actions must die out impotently in the world. The
    • would be possible to know that the solid parts in the bodies of
    • intensively than in the bodies of the men of former times who
    • the Sun possess the forces that lead us out again, when we die.
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    • Die Wirklichkeit der Hoeheren Welten, Bibliographic Nr. 79, Dornach 1978.
    • Die Wirklichkeit der Hoeheren Welten,
    • would have to die unless his hand was amputated, and he begged
    • was told that the man had died in the night.
    • This was out of the question. Yet the patient had died.
    • die; it was an extremely radical auto-suggestion, and he really
    • did die under the influence of this auto-suggestion.
    • expression) that he had to die. He did not clothe this in the
    • belief that he would have to die through blood poisoning. Thus it
    • alternating conditions of waking and sleeping can be studied with
    • we leave these bodies behind so that they may exist independently
    • these bodies with our will and with our feeling. In ordinary life
    • die. And when we dive down into our physical body on returning
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • studies we know that we discover certain senses only when we
    • regard to these senses should, of course, be studied more deeply,
    • celestial bodies in the world's spaces. We have sense perceptions
    • the celestial bodies a force which is opposed to the impressions
    • is concerned, the physical and etheric bodies become filled with
    • the physical and etheric bodies, as is normally the case, the
    • have to rely on the physical and etheric bodies, we may say: The
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • have already studied quite a number of these aspects; today we
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • certain ingredients, they never connected this with the idea of
    • living essence. Never did it occur to a medieval mind to connect
    • ingredients of the earth, and the cosmos sent down to the earth
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    • and it was then shown how man was, as it were, embodied in the Old
    • Adam-nature, of which he left an imprint in the grave when he died in
    • three bodies unite with the Earth evolution. Even though in some
    • saying: ‘We give up our bodies and pass out into the thought of
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • Der Baum des Kreuzes und die goldene Legende.
    • takes an impress into the grave when he dies as Adam — this
    • the three remaining bodies unite themselves with earthly
    • “so many people's lives are ended, that they die by no cause
    • able to remain children in a certain way; even when they die, they
    • die as children, though this must be expressed only partially,
    • It is your I, what is destructible dies,
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    • general was concerned, the old clairvoyance died out entirely. Waking
    • in forms not wholly human; we often find human bodies and animals
    • bodies in cosmic space. They said: “The super-sensible power of
    • positions of the Heavenly Bodies, images of their own super-sensible
    • Heavens; he used the relationships of the other starry bodies to
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • Wesen der Bienen. Vortraege fuer die Arbeiter am Goetheanumbau.
    • Wesen der Bienen. Vortraege fuer die Arbeiter am Goetheanumbau.
    • sheath. The caterpillar completely surrenders to the light, it dies in
    • caterpillar dies into the light, but being unable to reach the sun it
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    • When we die. for a few days — I have often described this —
    • tone, we should never be able to speak or sing. It is precisely embodied
    • studies in a not too distant future.
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    • zur Sternenwelt. Die Geistige Kommunion der Menschheit.
    • fueran de los lejanos espacios del universo, descendiendo a su vida
    • ejemplo en la figura descrita por Goethe en su poema Die Geheimnisse
    • cuando, comprendiendo lo que esto significa, se esfuerza por protegerse
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    • formal unit, as a connecting ego, returns in new human bodies
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    • first lives on in the second and when these die they both
    • behind, they, therefore, cannot really die. Thus the
    • animal bodies. This gives one the notion that it is not
    • experienced inwardly in our sense-life is embodied in our Ego
    • can be embodied in the memory; it is actually like a mirror
    • definite way. What he embodies in his soul-life depends on
    • gradually die off and finally be quite extinguished, just as
    • the old plant when it is one year old dies off, so that the
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • Their astral bodies do not form part of the physical body,
    • body. It has these two bodies on the physical plane —
    • is asleep it is otherwise. The physical and etheric bodies
    • body. The astral body was added to the other two bodies upon
    • corruptive way upon the other bodies. Anyone who studies,
    • within the etheric and physical bodies. Thus, we must now
    • the etheric and astral bodies; another part is permeated only
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies permeate one another.
    • Where clans are to be found, the physical and etheric bodies
    • have to die every night — they would fall a prey to
    • man's other bodies and transforms the astral body into the
    • met with as a quality of solid, liquid, and gaseous bodies.
    • within it, you would discover Beings embodied, such as we
    • him with their warmth-bodies — but other beings as well
    • Plant-Ego,, which permeates the etheric and astral bodies and
    • supplies the instincts, the other the bodies, forming and
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • by at the end of his studies in Leipzig. A severe illness
    • Through this circle Goethe was introduced to studies which,
    • crazy. They were medieval writings, and Goethe absorbed their
    • studies of the development of plants, of the animal world, in
    • and nature's creations on the other, as he studied the plant
    • upon these mysteries his assiduous studies, and we now see
    • no idea of the eternal wisdom embodied in this second part, a
    • comes to man only when he can be re-embodied repeatedly
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    • nothing new, if men had studied Aristotle diligently, that is
    • however, who had studied in the book of Nature could not
    • that these great minds must be studied in the light which
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    • other planets or other molecular bodies, How does it happen
    • that these bodies impinge upon one another from all sides?
    • that produced by the bodies in the space between, the result
    • outer impacts the two bodies, whether molecules or planets,
    • other heavenly bodies, at least, nothing can be urged against
    • the etheric bodies, or souls surviving after the death of
    • say!” — But thought nearly died within him, when
    • audience, even on the first evening, and though at each
    • uncomfortable, the audience grew more and more numerous.
    • studies are able to fill our hearts with enthusiasm. What
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • themselves a facile audience, and merely pursue the
    • beckons the investigator encouragingly. And if many die
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    •  ROM our Studies of such an impulse in human
    • and women (for ladies, too, are taking part in these things)
    • hard to decipher the several melodies of a man's life, for we
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    • the conditions of the age. They will have to be studied; and in
    • convict died in prison. It was at the very minute — the
    • is the title. Eventually he dies by suicide.
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    • in our present studies, in order to bring out the quality which
    • present studies: On the foundations of Spiritual Science, to
    • intensely through these spiritual studies. For it is the task
    • in 1806 and died in 1873. Many people of our time regard him as
    • obedient to the spiritual message of the time,
    • same things, branding them as medieval superstitions. Often
    • ‘medieval superstition,’ ‘outworn mysticism’
    • down and ask one of the ladies — needless to say, I shall
    • Occult Science as mere medieval superstition, then indeed one
    • be the first to die. We can look up a certain so-called occult
    • ‘medieval superstition,’ in order to keep men in the
    • These studies we shall presently continue. Then will the
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    • the intention of our present studies. I would apply it to our
    • the further course of our studies we shall yet perceive
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    • Wie Kann die Menschheit den Christus Wiederfinden?
    • bodies. But the fact that we do not perceive a being does not
    • by Anthroposophy and who dies at the age of 45 years, can you
    • prove that, without these thoughts, he would not have died at
    • relation with His existence. The medieval Rosicrucian, uniting
    • earthly globe. In Christ we die. In the Holy Spirit we shall be
    • we die; in the Holy Spirit we shall again be awakened. This
    • the human body He died; in the Divine will He rise again.
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    • time after they had become bishops and died their bones had
    • development, but they saw in the Being embodied in Jesus of
    • deal in one incarnation, and die and are born anew,
    • bodies, to an ever higher Self. In the Christ-principle he saw
    • Die and be re-born” — overcome what you have first been
    • given in the three lower bodies: deaden it, not out of a desire
    • for death, but purify what is in these three bodies so as to
    • lower bodies, the power of consummation will live in the Self.
    • The sun has set, the chiming dies away.
    • submitted obediently to every demand of his parents. He obeyed
    • three lower bodies. If it succumbs to them it is dominated by
    • And armed the soldiers ready for the fight.
    • That in obedience ne'er he should be failing;
    • Obedient, peaceful and by prayer bestirred;
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    • man of the present day consists of these bodies. Now you already know
    • astral bodies into Spirit Self or Manas, or will do so during our
    • relinquish his physical and etheric bodies which he leaves behind in
    • etheric bodies which are part of me, whilst I with my other members
    • and etheric bodies, then he is limited to the free and random
    • his physical and etheric bodies. In the distant future, however, he
    • etheric bodies, so there are beings who in a certain respect have
    • Spirit Self or Manas, command his physical and etheric bodies; he
    • physical and etheric bodies from without’, but who are able at
    • die, having completed our present stage of evolution, our personality
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    • their studies, but from motives of higher wisdom which is omnipresent
    • Archai had not taken place in their etheric bodies. It is really the
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    • transmuting their etheric bodies into Buddhi or Life Spirit. Now man
    • lower bodies — the Sentient Soul through the astral body, the
    • completed the transformation of their astral bodies into Spirit Self
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    • died out, not because of European persecutions, but because they were
    • deshalb, weil es den Europäern gefallen hat, ist die
    • indianische Bevölkerung ausgestorben, sondern weil die
    • indianische Bevölkerung die Kräfte erwerben mußte,
    • die sie zum aussterben führten.” A more accurate
    • Native American population did not die out because this pleased the
    • population died out, but because the Indians had to acquire the
    • yet been studied and of which the Indian civilization now known to
    • to operate. Creative activity dies out to some extent in the
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    • Die Mission einzelner Volksseelen, Sechster Vortrag.
    • heavenly bodies of ancient astronomy.
    • to America which is the centre where civilizations or races die, we
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    • Scandinavia embodies those potentialities which were later expressed
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    • embodied therein, we must first of all bear in mind the fundamental
    • anthropological studies of the present day, because it is everywhere
    • comparative studies of religions upon one who knows the facts is
    • upon their souls, upon their astral and etheric bodies, was
    • into their bodies; rather did he see all this as an immediate and
    • This draught embodied not merely a generalized form of wisdom, but
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    • audience who wish to analyse from a philosophical point of view my
    • embodied in the Old Testament. Only a certain consciousness of the
    • his astral, etheric and physical bodies. At the present day one can
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies became a prey to sickness and
    • say: “The man fell down, was mortally injured and died of his
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    • most highly sublimated expression of the Spiritual Soul and embodies
    • of world-evolution. But it still works into the bodies of men today
    • the Earth, is embodied in the concept of the Heavenly Father, in one
    • in His three bodies the capacities of feeling, thinking and willing.
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    • to incarnate in human bodies whose capacities had gradually been
    • still soft, plastic and pliant bodies of that time, this was
    • order to incarnate in earthly bodies.
    • earthly bodies were fructified by that which poured down from
    • been a matter of actual vision. This Goddess offered the human bodies
    • and incarnated in human bodies.
    • embodied what we are now to see again — Christ in etheric form.
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    • our spiritual-scientific studies. Once upon a time it was given to
    • thirst and the need for air arise in their bodies — pictures
    • the opening of our studies, to
    • to the two ladies who have co-operated with me in quite a special
    • forthcoming studies.
    • Lucifer, Die Kinder des Lucifer.
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    • compact, than the bodies of those men who were still able to give
    • youthful bodies, in chubby rosy cheeks; they are in the body just
    • bodies are not like the rind of a fruit, or the layers of an onion,
    • make a diagram of the three bodies to illustrate this. I will draw
    • and upon the physical bodies. During the period I have referred to
    • ether body has brought about a transformation in all three bodies,
    • inner astral processes were not reflected by our ether bodies we
    • we have astral bodies. But these thoughts and images become conscious
    • in us because we have ether bodies; they would still be in us even if
    • we had no ether bodies, but we should not be aware of them. The torch
    • active in all of us, forces which transform our astral bodies and
    • undergone by physical, etheric and astral bodies. Hecate works in man
    • Die Pforte der Einweihung
    • Die Priifung der Seele,
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    • should be studied, but also that the connection between physical,
    • active which form the rainbow out of the ingredients of Nature; there
    • are rooted in our ether bodies. You know that from other
    • not been mentioned as belonging to the other two bodies. Everything
    • nature of his being into astral, etheric and physical bodies. The
    • that physical, etheric and astral bodies were distinguished. Now that
    • speak of clairvoyance, or clairaudience, so one may speak of
    • of the physical and of the etheric bodies.
    • physical and etheric bodies. When this does happen to the practising
    • feeling of breathlessness. When the etheric and physical bodies are
    • the relative magnitudes of physical, etheric and astral bodies? Is
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies respectively, and the
    • of physical, etheric and astral bodies respectively. You see that
    • contains the central forces of both astral and physical bodies; it is
    • forces of physical, etheric and astral bodies, you need only describe
    • the forces of ego, astral, ether and physical bodies
    • to perceive with his spiritual hearing the harmonies and the melodies
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    • forces of our ether bodies transplanted into cosmic space, we have
    • of our physical bodies as transplanted into space, we have what the
    • bodies. The physical bodies which we men have are an Earth product,
    • in physical, fleshly bodies. These leaders of the Egypto-Chaldean
    • clairvoyants offered up their bodies to the guiding Beings, they said
    • vain for the leading individualities in human bodies. But there were
    • were able to tread the Earth in human fleshly bodies. They incarnated
    • in human bodies and mixed with the rest as real men. Legends are to
    • dwelt among men in physical bodies); their human form was
    • in human physical bodies even in the Egypt-Chaldean epoch. Even less
    • progressive authoritative leaders, incarnated in human bodies would
    • bodies, the Christ in a certain respect forms an exception, since He
    • in physical bodies and walk the Earth as men. They will be the ones
    • — but the bodies of gods? What has gone forth into space from
    • the bodies of the gods has become star. Looking up into the starry
    • Stars are the bodies
    • independently of those bodies— just as Lucifer became
    • defined in this abstract way, as bodies through which the gods
    • one has to understand that the stars are bodies which the gods have
    • Christ, forces which even incarnate in human bodies; they too can
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    • ‘Curse God and die.’ There is something magnificent,
    • substance of the Elohim, or of Jahve, meant to die.
    • their gods did nevertheless incarnate in physical bodies,
    • Moon evolution, going about the Earth in human bodies, bearing within
    • Atlantean bodies. Thus we can say that the Greeks looked upon their
    • astral bodies, their counterpart outspread in space ... was once
    • soul-forces concentrated in our astral bodies.’ If clairvoyant
    • developed his physical, etheric and astral bodies during the Moon
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies, for they had been fully
    • astral bodies needed in order that Earth evolution might be rightly
    • developed physical, etheric and astral bodies, man bore in his astral
    • bodies, were to leave them, were to become outspread in the widths of
    • their respective bodies again ... what would become of this unity?
    • It would be divided up into as many bodies as are sitting here.
    • separate bodies. This is how this universal consciousness, this
    • earth, the world. They would have been able to look upon their bodies
    • as their property, to feel themselves shut up within their bodies as
    • consciousness that had withdrawn into human bodies. It directed human
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    • occurs at once to anyone who studies the world with even a little
    • example is given, and the perception of human physical bodies, of
    • they were unable to see each other's outer physical bodies
    • Testament tells why Adam and Eve were ashamed of their bodies after
    • the Fall. It indicates that before the Fall the bodies they had were
    • more or less spiritual bodies, bodies only accessible to clairvoyant
    • consciousness, bodies of quite different appearance from physical
    • bodies, bodies which expressed the ego in its true form. We see that
    • no longer one in which they did not see their physical bodies, but on
    • old clairvoyant consciousness had to die out, had to sink below the
    • as a maya was embodied in Dionysos; in other words, we see how
    • arisen under the influence of physical, etheric and astral bodies,
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies, he wondered what they would look
    • had not been drawn into the physical, etheric and astral bodies, how
    • bodies, nor is he the ego-man, but a compromise between the two,
    • and all his followers had the kind of bodies which would inevitably
    • come about if there were no egos in them, if their bodies were under
    • astral bodies. They said to themselves: ‘Dionysos and his rout
    • should not look like the man of today, whose bodies are the combined
    • influence of physical, etheric and astral bodies, that is, as a man
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    • audience of anthroposophists. Fundamentally this process of cognition
    • grow old in that life. Before we die we become old, and the forces
    • to them not only in their physical bodies of flesh, but in their
    • die.’ This saying has to be rightly understood. It is an
    • incarnated in physical bodies, performed physical deeds and died, as
    • their bodies had to do. The individualities remained.
    • he says: ‘Ich wirke diese Schönheit in dichtem
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    • that had evolved of the physical and other bodies had reverted to
    • of this solidification of our original ether bodies into the physical
    • out of which they formed their bodies. Everything which lives in the
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    • bodies of Jesus of Nazareth. In the body of Jesus of Nazareth for the
    • If you studied the Greek philosopher Aristotle you would
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    • we encounter what is in us as astral, etheric and physical bodies,
    • etheric and astral bodies in all their parts have been assembled by
    • bodies which, out of the unconscious, bring about the movements of
    • century and on into the nineteenth, Aristotle began to be studied
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    • before the audience. The general impression of the creative power of Raphael
    • from the most marvelous creations. Raphael dies at an early age, at 37.
    • of youth, — for Raphael died at the age of 37, — to work
    • the fair young painter who surpassed all others, who was fated to die
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    • The Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature,
    • Die Geistige Wesenheiten in den Himmelskoerpern und Naturreichen.
    • The Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the
    • Die Geistige Wesenheiten in den Himmelskoerpern und Naturreichen.
    • Kalewala. Olaf Asteson. Das russische Volkstum. Die Welt als
    • has like his etheric and physical bodies between birth and death, but
    • behind the material. Now it was so that when these bodies of man were
    • the melodies which came to him straight from the spiritual world, was
    • “Falsches sagen die gewisslich and befinden
    • sich in Irrtum die da glauben, Wainemoinen hab gezimmert die Kantele,
    • Schmsuchstränen spannen and die Leiden ihre Saiten.”
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    • studies here the course of the year has been brought before our
    • away; and when winter comes it dies into the lap of the earth.
    • in human bodies at midsummer, although it is so mild and gentle
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    • action it embodies. At Easter this architecture and sculpture would
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    • in him. Then, since in autumn Nature dies away and thus bears death
    • embodied cosmic Understanding, this cosmic Intelligence, are woven in
    • embodied Inspiration, as a being brought into existence by
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    • Und sich die goldnen Eimer reichen,
    • Vom Himmel durch die Erde dringen,
    • sich die goldnen Eimer reichen,
    • Vom Himmel durch die Erde dringen,
    • vom Himmel durch die Erde dringen!
    • Und sich die goldnen Eimer reichen!
    • instinctive wisdom drew those wonderful old remedies which in fact
    • souls who are to be embodied during the whole year come down
    • Und sich die goldnen Eimer reichen,
    • Von Himmel durch die Erde dringen,
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    • incomparably more intense. Anyone who studies modern writings
    • that anyone who studies the march of Christianity through
    • accompanied the spread of Christianity seems to have died
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    • many things we have learned from previous studies of Theosophy.
    • follow the sequence of pictures! Jesus dies on the Cross of
    • he knew that Jesus had died on the Cross, that this dying was
    • primordial, aeonic Love ... born when Jesus died on the Cross.
    • died on the Cross, at that moment there was born for the earth
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    • ideas acquired from our studies in Theosophy will help us to
    • they are transformed. Peoples are born and peoples die
    • statement that when the human being has died, he is a
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    • walten die Übel,
    • where the father had remained. The father died about this time
    • his moral principles, by his obedience in worshipping the
    • theosophical studies under the names of Ahriman and Lucifer.
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    • mankind. For your theosophical studies will have brought you
    • walten die Übel,
    • soul of that mother who had died — the mother of the
    • what had been garnered as it were in the three bodies: physical
    • Christ Being sank into these three bodies, into what these
    • bodies had grown to be under the influence of that life of
    • treated! See that it is not irreverently bandied about among
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    • Mitscher died this afternoon about five near Davos. With these two
    • condition we use as instruments our physical and ethereal bodies.
    • we use those organs of our physical and ethereal bodies which are so
    • which is supported by his astral, ethereal and physical bodies.
    • ethereal and physical bodies, and yet with our Ego we are beginning
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    • individual with clear and lucid concepts, love would die. Since
    • course modified — the theory of how the individual bodies
    • earth has its gravity, and bodies must fall towards the earth
    • that we cannot say: “The heavenly bodies must be
    • another as do the heavenly bodies in space. This is, in fact, a
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    • development of recent times. What he studied were concrete
    • embodied in the social structures things that they felt
    • Socialism there is embodied an abstract thinking, culled from
    • medieval to modern history the religious element allows itself
    • here, where so much has come together and may be studied,
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    • most fearful war in history, but died at the turn of the
    • audiences of working men, I saw a good deal of evidence that
    • audiences, for instance, what this way would need to be
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    • members of my audiences, arrived at the view that is called
    • not a lack of confidence on the part of the audiences that made
    • anxious lest the audience should increase. One day, their
    • from the Orient. It is not only the medieval schoolmen who
    • given rise to views which for the most part have already died
    • for the audience to choose the subject themselves; before the
    • their souls can feed on, just as their bodies feed on what they
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    • first, in order to derive from it the human remedies for its
    • part what mankind has worked out intellectually and embodied in
    • capable of ageing and of dying off. Anyone who studies the
    • organism does not die, and to this extent it differs from the
    • studied historically. You must look, they said, at man's
    • Anyone who studies how, by virtue of the existence of this
    • These crises have been extensively studied. A theory of crises
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    • own bodies.But such things also progress in cycles, everything can only
    • is then reached. For considered physiologically, we really die, because
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    • in the self-gratification of our own bodies. But such things also
    • physiologically, we really die because we are capable of developing
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    • Die Polaritaet von Dauer und Entwicklung Im Menschenleben. Die kosmische
    • Die Polaritaet von Dauer und Entwicklung Im Menschenleben.
    • Die kosmische Vorgeschichte der Menschheit.
    • die. And, however highly for other reasons the Sun-life was
    • honoured as the cause of death. The fact that beings had to die
    • people do think as Auguste Comte did. If one studies the image
    • studied this life very carefully.
    • the Soldier. The person who most easily becomes a believer in
    • one intimately studies Auguste Comte, because he was conscious
    • is most easily a follower of Positivistic Sciences the Soldier
    • The Soldier
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    • corresponding volume of the complete edition, Die
    • Welträtsel und die Anthroposophie
    • in his technical studies, but not in order to engage in
    • The greatest needs of the human being of today were embodied in
    • third stage, [The German “drei Stadien” translates to “three
    • Whoever studies his writings will, if one
    • of 2 March 1908 in Die Welträtsel und die Anthroposophie
    • Die sozialen Utopien, Leipzig, 1906
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    • Whoever studies deeply the Greek style of architecture will
    • within the limits of a rigid, blind obedience. We see the
    • certain greatness, because it has wonderfully studied old forms
    • understanding for the movement, these died perforce on the
    • probably with similar processes on other heavenly bodies)
    • can be embodied in it — when people understand how,
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    • our frequent studies here of spiritual science and a
    • Were it possible to enter upon Goethe's scientific studies,
    • stone, and died. Now he's dead,’ the Old Woman continues:
    • that has gone through life and died.
    • still just time when he arrives; the bodies of the Canary and the
    • Who would not say, when he studies the scenes of the fairy
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    • saying: ‘Who dies not before he dies, is ruined when he
    • dies.’ A significant saying! Man, who does not die before he
    • dies, that is, who does not develop in himself the eternal, the inner
    • kernel of being, will not be in a position, when he dies, to find
    • ‘Who dies not before he dies, is ruined when he dies.’ So
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    • of the Weimar Court ladies, Fräulein von Göchhausen, preserved a copy of the Faust which Goethe took with him to
    • knowledge of the sources of existence. Goethe studied by degrees
    • have studied much, discerning sundry things connected with
    • the lowest step they studied what they called physical knowledge,
    • studied by men and into which the reasoning of the understanding
    • for those who still knew something or who studied the writings of
    • the spiritual world. Theology he had studied and had turned away
    • which copies the great world. But Goethe had studied the many
    • in Faust as he had appeared to them in the first form, had died,
    • and those who had not died were very far away. Goethe had been
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    • experiments. Part I contains this studied view of the supernatural
    • embodied in a physical form — this we call
    • garb which was the handiest in his day, as
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    • downward with his physical and etheric bodies, had a connection
    • clairaudience and what we may call clair-cognition. Thus we
    • Epic, died; but in order that the mission of the other
    • the period with which we are now dealing, it had not died out.
    • From 336 King of Macedonia. Died in Babylon.].
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    • there been further studied and preserved by the Church. In
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    • and studied for a long time to come. What Alexander began in
    • medieval and modern, or however else they may be designated
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    • fresh life again in medieval scholasticism.
    • much of medieval thought and insight. Long ago, through the
    • studied, brought none the less a blessing to the West. For only
    • Aristotle and simply studied him as if he were a book to be
    • rhetorician died out. The doctors and professors, who looked
    • Paracelsus did, that a last remains of the medieval
    • have died away; to-day they are gone, they are no longer to be
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    • man's connection with the Universe, little by little, died
    • and through other portions of the organism. And the medieval
    • lived, who belonged to medieval times, — to the 9th,
    • knowledge of the human being has died right away. And now
    • until we have died does the mineral turn back again into the
    • man is not to die out altogether and nothing more ever be known
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    • astral bodies of the dead. Nevertheless the Earth with
    • bodies which united him with the Hierarchies. For he felt how,
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    • attracted extraordinarily large audiences so that the
    • bodies. During recent decades, explorations connected with the
    • destinies of Egos and astral bodies during the sleep of human
    • saw souls, who had left their physical and etheric bodies
    • as Egos and astral bodies, and the pictures that are revealed
    • produced plenty of new remedies!
    • right remedies and then they will buy them; later on they may
    • become aware of and avow your obedience to this voice from the
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    • Was Wollte das Goetheanum und Was Soll die Anthroposophie?
    • Was Wollte das Goetheanum und Was Soll die Anthroposophie?
    • activity. Of course if anyone studies Goethe's world-conception
    • into words and sounded out into the audience-room, then what
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    • Die Polaritaet von Dauer und Entwicklung Im Menschenleben. Die kosmische
    • Die Polaritaet von Dauer und Entwicklung Im Menschenleben.
    • Die kosmische Vorgeschichte der Menschheit.
    • and etheric bodies, But if we wish to go more deeply into the
    • is, that our physical and etheric bodies, “unjustly”
    • etheric and physical bodies as a kind of shell into which he
    • if the physical and etheric bodies were himself. But this they are
    • physical and etheric bodies as an instrument; but we cannot raise
    • regard our physical and etheric bodies. But in this epoch we have
    • illegally, by the physical and etheric bodies. That simply rests in
    • They draw down the etheric and astral bodies
    • into the physical and etheric bodies, so to speak, and they bring
    • inwardly, is somehow produced by the physical and etheric bodies;
    • whereas all the physical and etheric bodies do, is to radiate back
    • individual person, am not bound to my physical or etheric bodies
    • ego and astral bodies as reality and not as mere reflected
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    • and etheric bodies, is the primary condition for the
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    • physiologist considers, the objects he studies with the help
    • when we are outside our bodies. Life enters our thoughts, the
    • points I wished to bring forward in our studies today, in
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch den Christus-Impuls.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch den Christus-Impuls.
    • Aristotle and embodied in his philosophy. He says: Virtue is
    • consisting of physical, etheric, and astral bodies received
    • forces which are embodied in man as real forces through the
    • thus understand our studies together, fills my soul,
    • this thought and these feelings let us close our studies today.
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    • Goethe “studied thoroughly jurisprudence, medicine, philosophy
    • not resume his university studies for some time.
    • When Goethe did continue his studies in Strassburg, he joined
    • then as when Goethe studied the documents at the Supreme Court,
    • Frankfurt from his scientific studies and later from his
    • was brought, the possibility arose of deepening his studies in
    • studies and began anatomical studies at the University of Jena.
    • of nature, so that he now studies and labors as a genuine
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    • connection between the etheric and the physical bodies that he
    • friends who were devoted to studies in alchemy, and through the
    • the magnetic union between his etheric and physical bodies.
    • bodies. It was always present in Goethe, and it really only
    • etheric bodies, the external world exerts its influence and, as
    • etheric and physical bodies.
    • This relationship between the etheric and physical bodies was
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    • within the physical and etheric bodies but, during sleep, the
    • outside the physical and etheric bodies in sleep only in being
    • the Mannheim dog, after one of its beloved offspring died,
    • seemed to be able to count how many ladies were present
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    • which he embodied in his tools. Eventually, he will be reunited
    • with what he has embodied in them.
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    • with four strings — physical, etheric, astral bodies, and ego
    • abstractions but in lithic detail, the individual life-melodies
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    • who is brilliant in his profession and who dies at a relatively
    • about two o'clock on a certain night the convict had died in
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    • who was born in 1806 and died in 1873, a famous English philosopher,
    • branding them as medieval superstitions. These are often the
    • medieval superstition, a traditional mysticism, and so forth.
    • went down into the audience and asked one of the ladies — as I
    • will take in only such things as the old ladies, male and
    • medieval superstition, he can work in the dark and achieve the
    • this as medieval superstition so that they may keep people in
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    • great importance to having him well-instructed. He studied the
    • through his medical studies as if he were in a dream, nor did
    • after his son had studied for a few years, he did not have much
    • studies, he had reason to feel most fortunate. He became a
    • needed a good deal of money because his father had died and he
    • reverent relationship and most obedient subjection that is due
    • devote himself entirely to his studies. For a time things went
    • Moreover, he was impoverished at the close of his life and died
    • himself. The boy pursued his studies in Latin and Greek with
    • and then went to the University of Pisa where he studied
    • studies, he became a professor at the University of Pisa. There
    • into such studies as this to educate ourselves regarding the
    • really be studied conscientiously and earnestly and not in the
    • way contemporary science often studies them. Indeed, we often
    • Bach, the entire family had died out; not a single descendant
    • was left. There you have what needs to be studied. Thus, when
    • studies.
    • father came from a family of pastors. He studied natural
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    • organized in their bodies and also those who have already
    • modern age as the movement of the heavenly bodies.
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    • truth that He died and rose for all men — for all men alike —
    • the ancestor had once died and had left the earth as a highly
    • beings worshipped the etheric bodies of their forefathers to
    • entire field of religious studies, which deems itself justified
    • the earth would have remained purposeless. The bodies of human
    • the one who has died. How can the bond between the two continue
    • nature dies. Christ offers Himself as the Lamb of God, who
    • much about this that she dies. After her death, the husband,
    • conveyed to all human beings. Christ did not die only for those
    • who belong to some Christian sect, but He died and rose again
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    • may be made for our further studies, there is one thing to
    • circumference as stars, as heavenly bodies, will pass away.
    • ladies are working. Let us suppose these four
    • ladies — two on either side — paint their own
    • these four ladies painting their own pictures in the small
    • self-portraiture has a quite definite sequel — the ladies
    • these four ladies. Very good; these four ladies have
    • its forces besides. The ladies have vanished and have been as
    • ladies are built up anew, as children new, it is true, but
    • ladies, but now when I want to make a comparison with regard
    • to this picture and its image I must say: The four ladies are
    • The ladies are painting, but they are still there as ladies,
    • and everything I have before me as a whole is the ladies and
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    • man will die, and thither man directs his footsteps.
    • through the other heavenly bodies, the other pictures of the
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    • Die Wissenschaft vom Werden des Menschen.
    • everyday life; certain men die young, others in old age,
    • one hand young children die and on the other hand people grow
    • to old age and then die — concerning this fact questions
    • to these questions: why do some human beings die early, some
    • normal period of life? Why do other die old? What
    • of the ingredients of this soul world.
    • its ingredients, but during physical life these are bound up
    • not turn to other expedients.
    • as your bodies, but where your body is in space there
    • beings die as mere children, many in old age, others in
    • Die Zunkunft (The Future),
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    • many will have died. One only needs to take the number large
    • die before 50, yet you certainly will not say: Well, now I
    • must die too! Statistics are meant for something quite
    • but the real causes have not been studied by these people,
    • [‘Die Kernpunkte,’ published as
    • [‘Die Kernpunkte,’ published as
    • it was not detrimental from the first. If one studies the
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    • which the different members of the audience may have more
    • call them "Directors of Studies", or something of that sort!
    • 1. Die
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    • transaudient, then doing away with them, just feeling ourselves
    • middle of sleep and see our bodies lying there apart from our
    • experienced inspiration we are outside our bodies. We are not
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • based on land and obedience evolved out of the old estates and
    • to how history ought to be studied. And something quite
    • about how history should be studied and how he looked at the
    • apply to his historical studies. But precisely this made him
    • only begins in this age. At first it is studied according to
    • forth if history is studied with the help of imagination and
    • bodies. What happens in the soul comes to expression in our
    • believes this today because no one really studies with inner
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture III: The Supersensible Being of Man
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    • the audience at the beginning of his lectures, “Try to
    • audience tried to put itself into the position of thinking the
    • how the effect was immediate and convincing, how the audience
    • Goethe always studied these questions concerning the theory of
    • death, which when we die goes on into the spiritual world. And
    • activity of the soul of a person who died long ago flows into
    • There was, for example, the soul of a person who died many
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture IV: Nature of Anthroposophy
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    • experiment among remedies to clear knowledge of how everything
    • human body and into remedies can discover.
    • can be embodied in particular substances as true art.
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    • led. Anyone having studied the achievements of physics and
    • instance, in the study of the way the heavenly bodies move,
    • may be that the intensity with which Goethe studied the colors
    • Eduard von Hartmann studied this Philosophy of
    • useful, the most expedient, perfection by selection etc.,
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    • man expresses himself in sound have been studied by a kind of
    • connection to remember that when Goethe studied his Iambic
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    • Die geistigen Hinterfruende der sozialen Frage. Band III.
    • of fact, we can distinguish three types which we have studied
    • science. If you follow how Goethe with Herder studied the
    • were written by a medieval serf — with the logic of a
    • medieval Serf.
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    • earth life can be studied, with all that belongs to it. We
    • that, although they would indeed die, yet the terrible thing
    • nothing in common with one another, but to allow their bodies
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1
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    • face of his audience. Whoever is within the living spirit
    • speaks, not to the brains of his audience but out of his own
    • the spirit in which he is at the time embodied. This can be
    • medieval Catholicism more than any mention the trichotomy, in
    • human beings where their physical bodies were concerned made
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1 (alternate translation)
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    • Copernicus about the revolutions of the heavenly bodies in
    • on aesthetic rhapsodies!’”(Wonnegrunzer). Now it
    • False Prophet in the paper called Die Hilfe. I
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    • less because it shines from the bodies of men? You will begin
    • forces which are active in small bodies (as, for instance,
  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • Das Sinnlich-Uebersinnliche in seiner Verwirklichung durch die Kunst.
    • illustration: Whoever studies the human skeleton finds, even
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • Dieses spricht:
    • Das hören die Elementargeister in Ost, West, Nord, Süd:
    • Wo die wogenden
    • Dieses spricht:
    • Das hören die Elementargeister in Ost, West, Nord, Süd:
    • Die Weltgedanken erschliesset:
    • Wo die ew'gen Götterziele
    • Dieses spricht:
    • Das horen die Elementargeister in Ost, West, Nord, Süd:
    • Die armen Hirtenherzen;
    • Die weisen Königshäpter.
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    • Aristotle and embodied in his philosophy. He says: Virtue is
    • consisting of physical, etheric, and astral bodies received
    • forces which are embodied in man as real forces through the
    • thus understand our studies together, fills my soul,
    • this thought and these feelings let us close our studies today.
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    • meeting of two modern men incarnated in physical bodies. It
    • death. This marked the first medieval civilization.
    • the Christ has died for us all, even for those who today are
  • Title: Christianity in the Evolutionary Course of Modern Mankind
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    • the most varied stages of development. All the souls embodied
    • descend into bodies of flesh. It is nevertheless possible for
    • human bodies as ours. At any time therefore a being may
    • took possession of the bodies of Jesus of Nazareth in the 30th
    • whereas other, lower Avatar-beings could be embodied more than
    • the etheric bodies of all the descendants who belong to the
    • in all the etheric bodies of the Semitic people there was inwoven
    • only is the ego re-embodied, but that also the astral body and
    • the etheric body can be re-embodied. Aside from the fact that
    • was embodied in it, and then became woven into all the other
    • etheric bodies belonging to the Hebrew people, Shem's own
    • that a Christ exists, that a Christ died on
    • with their etheric bodies, not Jesus' own etheric body, but
    • directly inwoven with the etheric bodies of the bearers
    • which in numerous copies was woven into the astral bodies of
    • bodies there existed immediate sources of strength, of
    • such copies interwoven with their astral bodies.
    • to the interweaving with their etheric bodies of the element of
    • repressed, until the ego had been trained by the three bodies
  • Title: Eternal Soul of Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • look into these worlds. — No, ladies and gentlemen, the
    • life on earth, to be born with birth and die with death, but
    • And this, ladies and gentlemen — if
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • audience with the kind of issues investigated by spiritual
    • great variety of age groups are represented in the audience,
    • audience who attended lectures last winter will hear about
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • the audience some who are acquainted with the basics of
    • — a being composed of no more than the three bodies is
    • surface, we would die. Just as we are conceivable only within
    • composed of the three bodies already found in simple sentient
    • humanity's principles, the ether, and astral bodies, have
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture III: The Origin of Suffering
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    • next best for him is to die soon after.”
    • astral bodies consciousness of self, that is, the ability to
    • that dies outwardly cannot become conscious. Consciousness
    • truth that those who have died would confirm. If pain did not
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IV: The Origin of Evil
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the physical and ether bodies and surrounds humans like a
    • bodies develop in each individual in a particular way from
    • Much dies in the young developing brain when the child has to
    • bodies and pass over to the child. Therefore, as long as
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture V: Illness and Death
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    • forever brings forth new life, the old must die to provide
    • no longer understands the young. That is why the old must die
    • contained in four separate bodies as the measure of energy
    • someone with knowledge of natural remedies mentions the word
    • bitches do not die before the pups arrive. The pups born in
    • remedies. For example, there are cures where he administers
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VII: Education and Spiritual Science
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    • first descended into physical bodies during Lemurian time. A
    • philosopher who founded the academy where Aristotle studied.
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the physical, etheric and astral bodies, and the
    • oblivion. Only the physical and etheric bodies remain on the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IX: Wisdom and Health
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    • from the physical and etheric bodies and unites with the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • physical and etheric bodies. The more of the astral body a
    • the extracts from the physical and etheric bodies.
    • extracts of his three bodies. If a person is born with
    • etheric and astral bodies develop during the first half, we
    • shows that of those who die in infancy, 16 to 20 percent have
    • the ether bodies. The affinity expresses itself physically in
    • bodies — and up to the twenty-eighth year what the world
    • work on his three bodies. First of all a person strengthens
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • mysteriously told, Paracelsus, the great medieval physician
    • Holy Grail, a cup or chalice, associated in medieval legend
    • plant dies completely; materially its offspring is a
    • Von der Gewalt, die alle Wesen bindet
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XII: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • enclosed within their bodies. He consequently believes that
    • courageously and died on the battlefield is regarded by
    • the old group-soul consciousness must die out as the new
    • Victor was never performed, but the idea it embodied was
    • work Die Wibelungen, an historical account of the Middle
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XIII: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • bodies did not possess what is essential — essential also
  • Title: An Impulse for the Future
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    • studies of this predestined [new] Keeper of the Seal, who left us so
    • (Kleinodienkunst. Die Dramasiegel.
    • (Die Goetheanum-Fenster-Motive
    • (Die schöpferische Kraft der
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    • here the physical and etheric bodies lying on the bed, and the
    • men felt in one another, and they brought about the obedience
  • Title: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • Die Christliche Mysterium. Die Wahrheitsprache der Evangelien.
    • the third degree, and his bodies were therefore in a state of
    • When a Chela has absolved the purification of his three bodies,
    • his three bodies and passed over into the astral world, so that
    • the three sanctified bodies remained behind on earth, emptied
    • bodies at the disposal of the individuality of Christ. Christ
    • filled out these bodies. And from that time onwards we speak
    • human souls entered the physical human bodies, and then
    • Beings. The physical shells of human bodies were upon the
    • recorded this divine wisdom; Sophia is embodied in the Gospel
    • body; this body had to die, it had to be killed and its blood
    • an astral observer in the astral atmosphere. When Christ died
    • three bodies remained hanging upon the Cross and were then
    • frame, the three bodies were so strong that they could utter
  • Title: Year's Course as a Symbol for the Great Cosmic Year
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch den Christus-Impuls.
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    • besieged from outside. Things have to be studied this way, and they
    • simply, and opens him up after he has died. Then the kidney is lying
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture III
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    • was not done correctly. One studied the daily process of digestion,
    • that is: digesting oneself into health; this one studied.
    • plant forms, luminously shining forth, will we be able to find new remedies
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • studies of the last few years will actually have more or less
    • connection with our present studies, but today I just wanted to
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    • particularly as we have made a number of studies of
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    • I have done well. But I have only studied the pupils'
    • year I have always studied the previous year's characters
    • studied the sort of thing people call spiritual science. And I
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    • mentioned in connection with these studies, namely, that
    • his wife Aja had not had their son Wolfgang, or if he had died
    • and nearly died, someone else would certainly have produced
    • normal old age, and die, our etheric body has become so
    • we die at an unusual time, die young, significant things can
    • difference between the physical and etheric bodies, but also
    • in their etheric bodies and as souls, to the extent that the
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • dispersed or die. Yet anyone with sound thinking will
    • and this fact is usually overlooked. As for us, we have studied
    • with us. If we look back to the middle of medieval times, it is
    • say to his audience, “When we speak of the human being,
    • reality is what is true. Now imagine that the model dies, and
  • Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of Language
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    • spiritual world men have had before they die act forcibly
    • who have died having gained ideas of the spiritual world in
    • the genius of speech has died to a greet extent, and must be
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    • condition as when it is disembodied. And what is generally
    • because the dietitians have calculated the amount! In this
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • uphold the ideas professed by the church in medieaval times. Others have
    • are heavenly bodies like the others and move in accordance with laws
    • like other heavenly bodies. As in face of existing facts it could no
    • longer be denied that comets are also heavenly bodies, the Catholic
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • born 1542, died 1591, studied under the
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • could not really flourish, would half die and thus create the corpse-like
    • this physical world. Again, you can also perceive in the bodies of animals
    • at the end of our studies today because I have wanted once again to
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    • this penetration, as we may have gathered from the various studies made
    • the north, kept aloof from the complicated conceptions simply embodied
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    • Leyh died. I believe from the very fact of her expending so much energy
    • that a man should die, be buried and rise again. To save the evolution
    • well studied if one comes to a real understanding of the personality,
    • Saxony in Schröer's studies which, in personal collaboration with
    • him in the studies he was then making concerning the spread of mid-European
    • of Goethe, with the help of the mighty Imaginations embodied In the
  • Title: Regarding Higher Worlds
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    • Die Beantwortung von Welt- und Lebensfragen Durch Anthroposophie.
    • audience, and is, in a certain sense, aimed at advanced
    • they don't possess solid physical bodies which may be seen by
    • there on the astral plane. However these light bodies show not
    • it lives within these light bodies and experiences warmth and
    • we will never consider separate bodies in the physical world as
    • astral bodies are embedded. A kind of egg shape is this body,
    • night, while the forces of the physical and etheric bodies work
    • However, when we die, after the end of our physical life, we
    • hateful feelings shows a withered form while a person who died
    • these human astral bodies cannot appear in absolute definite
    • slackness, it seems as if these astral bodies in a certain way
    • that the astral bodies of the plants merge their boundaries and
    • plants die down in autumn, it glows and flashes above it
    • deprivation like in those who have died, but also the feeling
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    • Das Faust Problem. Die Romantische und die Klassiche Walpurgisnacht..
    • death, not towards growth. We die from birth onwards, and at
  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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    • human being's physical and ether bodies are loosened from the
    • bodies. There we have today's normal human self consciousness
    • into the physical and etheric bodies in the morning, it works
    • in the present human cycle in both bodies, including the
    • physical and etheric bodies. Ordinarily we are not aware of the
    • astral body being separated from the physical and ether bodies.
    • through our bodies, and thus results from the law of cause and
    • one of the best remedies to achieve the third step which
  • Title: Eleven kölcsönhatás élők és holtak között
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    • Die Lebendige Wechselwirkung zwischen Lebenden und Toten.
    • (Die
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    • not be able to live, we should continually die. We only live because
    • things may be, he who studies them will find that the secrets, the mysteries
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    • course of human affairs had now to die out. For this reason
    • manner of those days Goethe had thoroughly studied how the
    • patients died.
    • whom you know that he has studied the ancient magic wisdom in
    • himself better and better. Many of the audience may remember
    • if thou desirest to work upon our bodies, take the Greedy
    • right way thoroughly to purify our bodies; for the Lion
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • who have studied the Faust poem with most sympathy. I
    • would certainly studied Faust with great warmth of
    • out of their bodies when they go to the Brocken; for
    • bodies. This is a genuine spiritual occurrence, represented
    • should not these souls so come out of their bodies that they
    • their bodies? At a Club — the General, His Excellency
    • One can meet with them for they are outside their bodies. And
    • among spirits. When souls have left their bodies they can
    • was born in 1733 and died in 1811, he knew him very well. So
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • all the concepts through his studies and mysticism as well as
    • It was embodied too in the treatise on
    • works he had really studied, the treatise De Generatione
    • Yes. But that was merely a medieval pre-possession of
    • intimate correspondence between her astral and ether bodies.
    • young medical student had studied. Among the questions he
    • when did Innocent IV die? The student did not know. Well
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IV: Faust and the "Mothers"
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    • recent studies.) That is the peculiarity: Whatever evil
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • blood-relationship. Through die very fact that they are
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • capacity for self-knowledge, From our studies during the past
    • anyone imagine that those ingredients of earth-existence
    • of man as made up of the various ingredients of nature
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • consider, Goethe embodies the characteristic features of
    • himself intensively with studies that should bring vividly
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • Foolish. He studied this Newtonian physics, this Newtonian
    • who was born in Frankfurt in 1749 and died in 1832 in
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • together out of various ingredients. But it is no man who
    • their bodies, and set them in the spiritual cosmos.
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • with less honesty make a few antiquarian studies, perhaps
    • for it was indeed a flight. Having studied nature in the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • studies was to create the possibility for you to absorb and
    • was created. Such studies should simply teach the language,
    • Why, yes, this Hamerling who died in 1889, had, when he wrote
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    • Die Beantwortung von Welt- und Lebensfragen Durch Anthroposophie.
    • the old Indian bodies still gave mankind possibilities to go
    • out of their bodies, and thus step into a relationship with
    • out of their bodies. The largest part of the people however had
    • Osiris, either after they have died or if they enter as an
    • and grandparents and their bodies will become stultified. If
    • to thousands of generations and the bodies of your people would
    • their bodies will become stultified.” You produce
    • which depends on the blood will die out. By truly acknowledging
    • bodies if I live in you as a false image. This is again quite
    • generations and the bodies of your people would be purified and
    • Divine Spirit will really be embodied in an individual. In
    • right way. Repeatedly it is pointed out that bodies prosper
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    • Similarly various other heavenly bodies are living beings which
    • and ether bodies — you know, when the astral body and ego
    • in previous embodiments in Atlantean bodies. If we look
    • and ether bodies are released from the ego and astral bodies,
  • Title: Haeckel, "The Riddle of the Universe," Theosophy
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    • bodies. They still belonged in a sense to “higher
    • ancestral bodies themselves. It laboured at improving the
    • his career by building for himself the simplest of bodies. The
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume III: Lecture I
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    • kind of interlude in the studies we have been pursuing for some
    • fact that when a person dies the thoughts he received during
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    • Modern thought studies everything in the universe beyond the Earth in
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture II: The Soul Life of Man ...
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    • When we die, all sense-perceptions fall away. The outer world can no
    • people, is only explicable when studied from such points of view. He
    • who studies life to-day in the light of anthroposophical Spiritual
    • Midnight Hour of Existence, our thinking dies away. It is this
    • nature of soul-and-spirit die when he is born into the physical
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    • Such studies show us that man's life can only be truly understood when
    • end here, in the material world, it dies with us. Only what we
    • be shed upon them when they are studied in a much wider historical
    • account of the conditions then prevailing. This period must be studied
    • and waking, when you are outside your bodies. When during sleep you
    • them during sleep. But the bodies of to-day are not always a help in
    • world. Here above all, the bodies must be influenced by a spiritual
    • only die out, in the bodily sense, for everything depends here
    • the spirit. The Northerner will die out, will suffer physical death if
    • mission if they allow their bodies — which are so well-adapted
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    • course a fair audience which steadily increased, and similarly in
    • that way. One day when his audience at Erlangen had diminished to one
    • when his audience was assembled in the lecture hall, which was near
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    • and dissected it before his audience, ridiculing the
    • audience, whose presence there so far had been unexplained, grew
    • in the most intimate form before his Berlin audiences his whole
    • till it embodied his deepest thoughts. In these Addresses, once more
    • before his audience; in such a way that it was indifferent to him
    • dismissed his audience as changed people. They had become other
    • such a way, then we may believe that we hear him clairaudiently
    • he embodied at the climax of his philosophical development, can it
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    • which prevails today between actors and audience did not exist in
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    • the one that is to form the basis of our present studies.
    • in connection with our anthroposophical studies. The mighty
    • circumstances of its giving must also be studied. We must visualize
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    • and consider well this one thing. What dies and what remains alive in
    • this point clear. The medieval alchemists used to say — I
    • changes that take place within the external world of sense. Bodies
    • die; the spirit, the abstract, the essential being, is eternal. The
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    • I would develop my soul this imperfection must be remedied, but to do
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    • Just imagine someone trying to speak before such an audience as this,
    • heavenly bodies. A marvelous epoch, this epoch of materialism! Now we
    • the heavenly bodies. The idea of gravity was especially extended in
    • ancestors, feeling that although they had died their spiritual part
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    • stupendous with many mouths, arms, limbs, feet, many bodies, many
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    • sleep the physical and etheric bodies still remain permeated by the
    • Jesus child. What was there embodied is related to the forces that
    • within. Concretely embodied, this root is present within a single
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    • individual dies within a single beat.” So we must not shrink
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    • in St. Luke's Gospel. Thus, fundamentally, this child embodied the
    • physically embodied in this boy or girl.” We could not do this
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    • anthroposophical studies; but during the next few days we shall need
    • heavy, dense physical bodies only the density remains, not the
    • substantiality; of fluid bodies, only the fluidity, but not the water
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    • bodies are not helping him to do so. The other members of the human
    • when they are separated from the physical and etheric bodies, as in
    • illness, in the very flower of his life. We do not all die after
    • having fulfilled our measure of life. Men die at all ages, and we must
    • deaths at different ages? We understand that a man must die when his
    • Gustav Theodor Fechner and his studies of the Moon. One of those who
    • physical and etheric bodies he is able to come into the situation
    • bodies. The plant cannot have an afternoon sleep at will; it has to
    • his astral body and his ego outside? His physical and etheric bodies
    • physical and etheric bodies when he sleeps, just as the physical Sun
    • physical bodies; when he has got so far as deliberately to make the
    • etheric bodies: “They belong to me as the plant does to the Sun;
    • I am like a Sun to the physical and etheric bodies.” A Sun to the
    • reference to his physical and etheric bodies as the Sun would speak to
    • etheric bodies. This, then, was a third experience common to all the
    • or star-like in relation to his own etheric and physical bodies, he no
    • etheric bodies, enters into participation with cosmic forces. He seeks
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    • engendering the physical and etheric bodies of men. How the astral
    • worlds he is outside his physical and etheric bodies, he looks down
    • bodies of man. And through the activity of the beings into whose
    • etheric bodies come into existence within the physical world. He
    • into the Earth and work on engendering the physical and etheric bodies
    • co-operate in bringing about the physical and etheric bodies of human
    • bodies on the Earth. In contemplating how these beings worked down
    • this preparation of the physical and etheric bodies, if one cannot
    • physical and etheric bodies formed out of currents which stream forth
    • they felt themselves to be outside their physical and etheric bodies
    • those bodies that arise from the divine forces and beings perceived
    • the beings who build up the physical and etheric bodies of man; there
    • co-operate in building up the physical and etheric bodies, but he
    • and etheric bodies and in the spiritual worlds, he felt himself as a
    • a person die, when one knows that he is passing out of the physical
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    • studies which may one day be undertaken regarding these mysteries of
    • astral body from his physical and etheric bodies and come forth from
    • today. The physical and etheric bodies have woven into them something
    • living. Yes, one has the experience that in human bodies there is
    • souls living and embodied to-day were also incarnated in the
    • out from their bodies into starry space, took part in the spiritual
    • created their bodies in accordance with it. But our souls have lost
    • etheric bodies remains lifeless. If nothing else were to happen, if
    • physical and etheric bodies.
    • and etheric bodies which they have to abandon as lifeless because the
    • order to become master of the part of the physical body that has died,
    • Calot bobot; and all the misery and suffering which we see embodied in
    • of the organism that has died. The part that has remained alive can be
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    • it studies the function of Evil and of suffering in the world.
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    • He would die, whereas the carbonic acid keeps the plants alive. The
    • there are many heavenly bodies imperceptible to the physical eye of
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture V: Yoga In East and West
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    • certain sense, the synthesis of the physical and etheric bodies, for
    • two other bodies.
    • which can learn to build the other bodies — the
    • The evolution of man consists in transforming the lower bodies with
    • the aid of the self into spiritualised bodies. The physical body is
    • transformation of the astral and etheric bodies in order, finally, to
    • When Manas dominates the astral and etheric bodies, man acquires new
    • transformation of the lower bodies by the higher Self.
    • At death, the etheric and astral bodies are wholly severed from the
    • astral bodies of the neophyte were forced out of his physical body. He
    • there is no separation of the etheric and physical bodies. In Western
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    • After lengthy osteological studies of the skeleton of man and of the
    • would die, for it is but a tiny organ of the Earth and the air. That
    • to our own existence. In the moment of losing all we appear to die to
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    • the etheric and astral bodies unite. The etheric body imprints in the
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    • poem, Die Geheimnisse, which expresses the ideal of the Rosicrucians.
    • of the word; his word will mould ethereal bodies like his own.
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    • nor hear the cries of the soldiers and the booming of the cannons.
    • bodies of men is ‘fixed’ in the infinitely subtle substance
    • clairaudient, each being communicates his true name in a
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    • Sleep itself — not the dream — here becomes a conscious state. We do not only behold images but we enter into the living essence of beings and hear their inner tones. In the physical world we give names to things but the names are merely outer appellations. Only man can express his own being from within by saying ‘I’ — the ineffable name of conscious individuality. By this word we distinguish our own personality from the rest of the universe. But when we become conscious of the world of sound, each being, each thing communicates its own true name; in clairaudience we hear the sound which expresses its innermost being and rings forth as a tone in the universe that is distinct from all others.
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    • heavenly bodies visible today are bodies which have been
    • It is evident that the Earth today cannot produce human bodies such as
    • stage has come, these bodies will be a fit expression of the Logos.
    • of matter of which their ‘bodies’ were composed, by thinking
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    • differentiated thus giving birth to the three bodies as we now know
    • of the gradual separation of the three heavenly bodies that the
    • described around the ancient sun. These bodies, both at the beginnings
    • and will again be united at the end. These two ancient cosmic bodies
    • physical bodies of everything that lives at the surface. This crust is
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    • The mystery of Number (which can be studied in Pythagorean philosophy).
    • Before the Coming of Christ, man embodied the principle of Jehovah
    • obedience to the Law and the revolt of the principle of individuality.
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    • perceived the physical light of these celestial bodies; he perceived
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    • bodies are then separated from one's lower bodies. Man
    • being. In normal sleep the physical and etheric bodies are
    • bodies bound strongly to their physical bodies as if with
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    • person sleeps? The physical and etheric bodies remain in bed.
    • astral body upon the physical and etheric bodies during the
    • astral body works on the physical and etheric bodies during
    • astral and etheric bodies need to be led back into the
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    • Thus he said, signifying what death he should die. The people
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    • to the seer in a peculiar form. When he studies the astral body, everything
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    • is certainly one of the most cultured of her compatriots. She has studied
    • the music of the spheres. The heavenly bodies as they pursue their courses
    • The spiritualist imagines he is seeing a man who has died, when it is
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    • man has the first four of these bodies around him in space. The etheric
    • bodies remain on the bed, united as in the daytime. The astral body
    • When a man dies, things
    • body and Ego. These three bodies rise away and for a time remain united.
    • men, then, we have two corpses, of the physical and etheric bodies; we
    • body. Now suppose the man dies: what is left to him is his desire and
    • through suicide. When death comes naturally, the three bodies separate
    • will be twenty-five years. And what happens then? The astral bodies
    • his astral body. Hence one can say that a man has two astral bodies:
    • there is much less. When for example a Francis of Assisi dies, very
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    • is then left when he has shed these three bodies? The memory-picture
    • memory-picture when he died; then came the second, richer than the first,
    • in man. Before his first death a man consists of four bodies, but when
    • he dies for the first time he takes the first memory-picture with him.
    • Thus on reincarnating for the first time he has not only his four bodies
    • body. So now he has five bodies: physical, etheric, astral, ego and
    • and etheric bodies; these belong to him permanently and he never loses
    • standing one step higher than his previous bodies.
    • bodies, and consciousness leaves him also. But that is true only while
    • harmony to the weary and worked out physical body. When a man has died,
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    • When a man dies, his Ego
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    • being enters on a new life, and his various bodies develop in different
    • bodies are still not open to the external world; up to the seventh year,
    • the etheric and astral bodies quite unmolested and to rely on everything
    • teaching is needed for the etheric and astral bodies, but it is extremely
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • bodies — the physical, the etheric, the astral, and within them
    • how causes and effects are connected with these different bodies.
    • course. In the astral bodies of such decadent people an abundance of
    • bodies of Europeans became infected and in later generations the infection
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • the karmic reason that causes many people to die young, even in childhood?
    • following conclusion. If we study a child who has died young, we may
    • remarkable if he had had good sight. He died, and after a short interval
    • bodies are to dwell within them. It is important to remember that the
    • and etheric bodies may be properly united; then the astral body ought
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    • in the hierarchy of human bodies.
    • how these bodies have evolved, we must realise that it is not only man
    • heavenly bodies which are called so today. Our Sun is a fixed star;
    • body in addition to the two earlier bodies. In his outward form we might
    • compare him to the animals of today, for he had three bodies. He had
    • so there were now two bodies. At the beginning of the second Round the
    • bodies side by side.
    • reached its highest possible level; in the fifth the two bodies reunited
    • Moon was repeated, but on the returning path of this Round two bodies
    • Dienstag
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    • the human soul. Your souls, which today have come down into your bodies,
    • withdrew, there were now bodies in existence on which it could shine,
    • the basic substance, had now condensed into independent etheric bodies
    • split off from the Earth. Now there were three bodies: Sun, Moon and
    • in the bodies of men and animals. The solidity of the bones developed,
    • tremendous heat which reigned on Earth; their bodies were still constituted
    • human sphere, but equally they could not incarnate in human bodies.
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    • The Egyptian studied the
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    • during sleep the exhausted forces of the physical and etheric bodies
    • up for irregularities in the physical and etheric bodies. It is these
    • withdrawing certain forces from his physical and etheric bodies. If these
    • and rhythm into his physical and etheric bodies. Both these bodies will
    • of great importance for the rhythm of the physical and etheric bodies.
    • bodies.
    • experiences; by this means your physical and etheric bodies will be
    • who studies these books and knows nothing of Theosophy might find his
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    • up and all living creatures would die. It is thanks to the plants that
    • oxygen, and use the carbon to build up their bodies. They liberate oxygen,
    • in the future people will go about looking like negroes. Their bodies
    • earthly things, and indeed dies for a while to all earthly things.
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    • studies are cultivated.
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    • prescribe a small change of diet, we have gone a small step beyond
    • follow in normal fashion. At the most, we might vary a diet for the
    • embodied in the physical-biological sphere, but which have their
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    • that we ought to add much more to our studies if they are to lead to
    • before us in physical, etheric and astral bodies, and an ego
    • upon a normal connection of the astral body with the other bodies.
    • etheric bodies, of that part of the world in which they live —
    • physical and etheric bodies still have their normal connection. But
    • enters properly into the physical and etheric bodies.
    • the physical and etheric bodies properly from the astral body and ego.
    • astral and etheric bodies and the ego organization are closely united
    • and one has to think how at this stage one can bring the other bodies
    • physical or etheric bodies. Still later,
    • condition where the physical body separates from the other bodies.
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    • etheric bodies. But the strange thing is that they
    • penetrating the physical and etheric bodies as deeply as they
    • same time experience in their etheric and physical bodies continues
    • bodies. This is never the case in normal consciousness: there, all
    • studies that go so deeply into the human being will always lead from
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    • Today I would like to insert into our studies
    • two ingredients. Human beings come out of the spiritual,
    • further. But someone who really studies the nature of humanity will
    • teeth, we would all die young in this modern civilization of
    • forces in the cosmos for our own renewal. Why do we not die, then, at
    • die at twenty-eight. It is true. Whoever sees humanity's relation to
    • gone, some people begin to die off. Some hold on a little longer to
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    • it to enter the physical and etheric bodies completely, and this
    • desire to tell everything. It is a memory in which, when one studies
    • physical and etheric bodies — again in the waking state. Then
    • etheric and astral bodies. Something is left over in the physical
    • individual symptoms — where, naturally, they should be studied
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    • studies embryology even externally.
    • posterior cavity, far back. It can't be operated on. Raimund dies
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    • not studied today in a real sense. It is lacking entirely from
    • finer breathing that takes place in the etheric and astral bodies.
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    • bodies, one would not come to the sun. How, then, does this
    • sense perceptions we breathe in the manifold ingredients of the
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    • bodies, we know that by virtue of what these bodies are, certain
    • etheric bodies we find the basis for spiritual development; on the
    • sleep in the human physical and etheric bodies, we find the
    • deeply enough into their physical and etheric bodies — which is
    • our search in inorganic nature around us for medicinal remedies for
    • physical and etheric bodies in such a way that they acquire a certain
    • physical and etheric bodies completely saturated by the astral body
    • interested in discovering medicinal remedies, although of course they
    • etheric bodies with the divine-spiritual being of the world.
    • bodies, whatever our waking condition may be. Also, truly, for those
    • etheric bodies. In other words, to be a materialist means in a finer
    • sitting properly inside their physical and etheric bodies, encounter
    • dreams will still reveal the corresponding healing remedies in the
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    • show us? We begin a life and die. What do we do when we die? When we
    • die, we breathe out more than our astral body and ego from our
    • form. Then we get the kind of mineral and plant remedies we need.
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    • cures. And what we still have to say today to round off our studies
    • bodies, these bodies overpower the soul-spiritual entity, creating a
    • bodies lie on the bed, and our astral body and ego are outside them.
    • Let us look at the physical and etheric bodies. Of what do we
    • consist, lying there in our physical and etheric bodies? We have
    • outside the physical and etheric bodies: that is, the ego and astral
    • illness in the physical and etheric bodies. If someone is unable to
    • physician, from Father to Son until the Son dies on Golgotha. All
    • Der die Elemente in Geschehen löst
    • Der die Krankheit schickt zum Ausgleich des Karma
    • Der die Seele in Irrtum zum Erwerb der Freiheit leitet
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    • prescribe a small change of diet, we have gone a small step beyond
    • follow in normal fashion. At the most, we might vary a diet for the
    • embodied in the physical-biological sphere, but which have their
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    • that we ought to add much more to our studies if they are to lead to
    • before us in physical, etheric and astral bodies, and an ego
    • upon a normal connection of the astral body with the other bodies.
    • etheric bodies, of that part of the world in which they live —
    • physical and etheric bodies still have their normal connection. But
    • enters properly into the physical and etheric bodies. Then the
    • physical and etheric bodies properly from the astral body and ego.
    • astral and etheric bodies and the ego organization are closely united
    • and one has to think how at this stage one can bring the other bodies
    • physical or etheric bodies. Still later, the person enters a
    • condition where the physical body separates from the other bodies.
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    • etheric bodies. But the strange thing is that they
    • penetrating the physical and etheric bodies as deeply as they
    • same time experience in their etheric and physical bodies continues
    • bodies. This is never the case in normal consciousness: there, all
    • studies that go so deeply into the human being will always lead from
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    • INTO OUR STUDIES a chapter of Anthroposophy that we need for our
    • two ingredients. Human beings come out of the spiritual,
    • further. But someone who really studies the nature of humanity will
    • teeth, we would all die young in this modern civilization of
    • forces in the cosmos for our own renewal. Why do we not die, then, at
    • die at twenty-eight. It is true. Whoever sees humanity's relation to
    • gone, some people begin to die off. Some hold on a little longer to
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    • it to enter the physical and etheric bodies completely, and this
    • desire to tell everything. It is a memory in which, when one studies
    • physical and etheric bodies — again in the waking state. Then
    • etheric and astral bodies. Something is left over in the physical
    • individual symptoms — where, naturally, they should be studied
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    • studies embryology even externally.
    • posterior cavity, far back. It can't be operated on. Raimund dies
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    • not studied today in a real sense. It is lacking entirely from
    • finer breathing that takes place in the etheric and astral bodies.
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    • bodies, one would not come to the sun. How, then, does this
    • sense perceptions we breathe in the manifold ingredients of the
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    • bodies, we know that by virtue of what these bodies are, certain
    • etheric bodies we find the basis for spiritual development; on the
    • sleep in the human physical and etheric bodies, we find the
    • deeply enough into their physical and etheric bodies — which is
    • our search in inorganic nature around us for medicinal remedies for
    • physical and etheric bodies in such a way that they acquire a certain
    • physical and etheric bodies completely saturated by the astral body
    • interested in discovering medicinal remedies, although of course they
    • etheric bodies with the divine-spiritual being of the world.
    • bodies, whatever our waking condition may be. Also, truly, for those
    • etheric bodies. In other words, to be a materialist means in a finer
    • sitting properly inside their physical and etheric bodies, encounter
    • dreams will still reveal the corresponding healing remedies in the
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    • show us? We begin a life and die. What do we do when we die? When we
    • die, we breathe out more than our astral body and ego from our
    • form. Then we get the kind of mineral and plant remedies we need.
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    • cures. And what we still have to say today to round off our studies
    • bodies, these bodies overpower the soul-spiritual entity, creating a
    • bodies lie on the bed, and our astral body and ego are outside them.
    • Let us look at the physical and etheric bodies. Of what do we
    • consist, lying there in our physical and etheric bodies? We have
    • outside the physical and etheric bodies: that is, the ego and astral
    • illness in the physical and etheric bodies. If someone is unable to
    • physician, from Father to Son until the Son dies on Golgotha. All
    • Der die Elemente in Geschehen löst
    • Der die Krankheit schickt zum Ausgleich des Karma
    • Der die Seele in Irrtum zum Erwerb der Freiheit leitet
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    • were, using their own soul-spiritual forces to organise cosmic bodies
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    • etheric bodies. For consciousness to arise, a separation or fission
    • from without that they could take into themselves astral bodies and
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    • dies — god and day. There is an essential inner
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    • fluctuating energies of our astral bodies and our egos, constitutes a
    • continual using up of our physical bodies during day life. That is a
    • our physical and etheric bodies we have to distinguish destructive
    • physical bodies from the time we awaken to the time we go to sleep
    • our physical bodies which goes on during the waking life of day could
    • Saturnian operation on our bodies had to be a constructive one. The
    • activity on our physical bodies was an up-building one, and had to be
    • upon our physical and etheric bodies, building them up. This
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    • ourselves have lived through in other bodies; we are able to form a
    • conditions. Thus we have in our own outer physical bodies something
    • us in the earthly constituents of our physical bodies. It is these
    • tragedies of human life; here we see how necessary it is that minds
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    • other earlier consciousness can best be studied if we look back to
    • bodies in its environment — take part in the life of the earth.
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    • — as though he were in their bodies as part of them. Hence it
    • isolated from the physical body? Our astral bodies are separated from
    • he leaves his etheric and physical bodies lying in bed, and he
    • physical and etheric bodies, currents go out from it, it begins to
    • and etheric bodies. During the night our astral bodies are diffused
    • bodies are during the night; but its laws were the same, and the
    • in bodies derived from the substances of air and water, man had to
    • be given the Jahve-Elohim strength. He had to be bodied forth in the
    • find this out if they really wanted to learn. If we studied
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    • heard some of my earlier lectures, and also those who have studied
    • at some time, for had the two cosmic bodies remained united, as in
    • planetary bodies, or planetary Beings, brought about by the hardening
    • bodies and the bearer of the ego. We know that the physical and
    • etheric bodies during sleep remain in the bed. When we are concerned
    • physical and etheric bodies as we know them today. These were only
    • etheric bodies, which we have to look for on the surrounding planets
    • outside his physical and etheric bodies, he is so to say articulated
    • during the day as our physical and etheric bodies was being prepared.
    • It was in order that these etheric and physical bodies should be able
    • physical bodies which were in course of preparation were propagated
    • throughout, bodies could now be produced for the soul-spirits who
    • descend and incarnate in human bodies. Thus by becoming her
    • as far as the foundations of his physical and etheric bodies are
    • preserved it in his physical and etheric bodies ever since. Thus man
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    • Lucifer's deed has ensnared them. A god had to die on the physical
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    • physical bodies to-day would of course be a wrong conclusion. Such
    • what is connected with death. This is the stage of early medieval
    • Christ died for all men, for those, too, who to-day cannot
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    • This motif and trend of the Nordic sagas reappears in a medieval form
    • humanity. We have learnt, from earlier studies, of the mighty changes
    • Ego into the physical and etheric bodies, making use of the physical
    • astral body draw out of the physical and etheric bodies, and sleep
    • ensues. The physical and etheric bodies lie in the bed, but the Ego
    • the morning he entered into his physical and etheric bodies he was not
    • come down into his physical and etheric bodies he still had some
    • bodies, the world into which he passed was not a world of darkness and
    • bodies became dimmer, less and less distinct; whereas the images of
    • bodies by day, increased in clarity and definition. Paradoxically
    • civilisations, indeed even in ancient Egypt, whose etheric bodies were
    • of their etheric bodies.
    • consciousness, in which he does not believe, and so ... he dies! That
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    • descend and incarnate in human bodies from time to time when men are
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    • he went into a cave in a mountain. There he died in full
    • whose etheric bodies a replica of the etheric body of Jesus of Nazareth
    • anyone who really studies the matter understand the life of Elisabeth
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    • incarnations. Men would gradually become a race with bodies wrinkled
    • and shriveled all over, earthly bodies which would finally be so
    • in human beings to produce withering bodies, which in future would
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    • the souls in human bodies to-day, irrespective of what they absorb at
    • in the reality and activity of those who had died. And whereas it
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    • ‘I.’ We might say: “If we were unable to die we could
    • experiencing a spiritual Ego to the fact that we can die
    • death; one who dies at a later age has different experiences. This
    • people who die at these different epochs of life. Suppose —
    • assistance, which can no longer be given by one who dies in later
    • own Karma, and we should not on this account wish to die at this or
    • that age, for we all die at the age permitted by our Karma. Thus the
    • given by one who dies in later years. That rests in the fact that
    • even in the tableau, one who dies very young has different experiences
    • from those of one who dies in later life.
    • dies before the thirty-fifth year, he first experiences the
    • when so many die young. For this looking back at the spiritual world
    • reflected in the retrospective life-picture. If one dies quite in
    • If a child dies at the age of thirteen, he has a retrospective
    • who dies before the age of thirty-five, experiences even in the first
    • tremendous importance. For each one who dies thus is, in one sense, as
    • one who dies later. Out of his post-mortem survey he carries far more
    • young men who die in such numbers in our present age, will from this
    • reached the limits of life in material existence, and then died. It is
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    • profound nature of their studies, and by the will which may itself be
    • died. But a soul that appears more of its own accord is a soul which
    • both with the souls who have died and those who are still here on
    • disembodied soul, to remove everything which destroys perfection by
    • previous incarnation. There are persons who die in early youth —
    • are in a quite different position from those who die after the age of
    • thirty-five. One who dies before the age of thirty-five still stands
    • important that we should distinguish this. And now suppose a man dies
    • incarnate in the next life. Thereby such souls are born into bodies
    • souls, who in their last incarnation died before the thirty-fifth
    • man does not die without cause before his thirty-fifth year; he will
    • only examples. But when a man dies after thirty-five it happens that
    • such a manner that it appears more from outside. Whereas if a man dies
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    • sought bodies (most of us more than once in the same epoch) which gave
    • different way from what occurs when one becomes old and slowly dies in
    • he dies slowly in his bed. Now for the spiritual investigator there
    • is a tremendously significant question! When one studies a little the
    • disappear, if men were to know nothing of their bodies, but first had
    • that people hold, as, for instance, that those who die as children
    • die, but the human entity incarnated in the child may be a highly
    • one dies young, that is Karma. But just as on earth a man cannot make
    • man died a more or less violent death. He acquires this strong
    • July, we can say, ‘Not only do these etheric bodies work in the
    • those who in earlier incarnations, have in some way or other died a
    • regular earth course, come those who die more or less early as
    • to our own times, may be embodied in the great truth:
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    • our senses while in our earthly bodies, and which we seek to grasp
    • physical bodies can be perceived by the so-called dead, and
    • significant thing is that when we are outside our bodies we are one
    • when we are born the physical body is young, and when we die it is
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    • disciplinary punishment for his outburst. While the soldiers, each
    • answered. “Dead? When?” “Oh, he died in the night
    • Markus Freund died at the very time he appeared to him, creeping into
    • studied Spiritual Science, so that he would have been able to say, for
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    • ‘I have studied, alas! Philosophy
    • the Gospels. They have studied them for decades, with earnest and
    • he wanted to make this matter clear in a lecture to his audience he
    • remarkable poet, who died many years ago, wrote of his feeling about
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    • bodies into the external world. What man takes in from the outer
    • world, he takes in through these three bodies.
    • body, is immortal. When a man dies that part of the astral body is
    • also been embodied in language. The first Christian initiate in
    • Europe, Ulfilas, himself embodied it in the German language, in that
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    • of a “plant-earth”. This mineralising process can be studied
    • When from the higher planes one studies consciousness as it functions
    • way that he perceived how things could be used as remedies because he
    • new remedies are sought by means of experiment, in which one tests
    • their effects on a number of people. In those days remedies were
    • observed. Remedies discovered in this way always retain their effect,
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    • The conditions of bodies: solid, liquid, gaseous; the four kinds of
    • kind of ether, the Light Ether. Bodies which shine send out a form of
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    • astral bodies. He had brought these members of his being with him from
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    • three lower bodies descended more deeply. When the Old Moon evolution
    • these lower bodies. These beings who had now become Pitris and who no
    • longer needed to enter into such physical, etheric and astral bodies,
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies had worked on the physical
    • man was developed in physical, etheric and astral bodies — on the
    • Earth from the Old Moon as physical, etheric and astral bodies, are
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    • separate bodies, man also began to incarnate. When human incarnations
    • goal. One can say: Were the human beings who die today to return in a
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    • case with the other bodies. On Old Saturn the groundwork was already
    • self-awareness, not the other three bodies. In the moment when man
    • bodies were able with their organs to observe their surroundings, man
    • dependent on the higher bodies. When one eliminates everything that
    • become truly worthy, the bodies of the beings they create will be
    • what is lower in man does in fact lie in the higher bodies which today
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    • heredity dies out. One reckons three generations to a century. The man
    • to our present studies is characterised as the physical condition. In
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    • bodies.
    • and physical bodies. After the organ of the ego (spinal cord and
    • what builds up from within. Physical body, etheric and astral bodies
    • etheric body. When a man dies it becomes clear that the physical body
    • took place indirectly through the other bodies. When these are no
    • When the Chela dies, the entire etheric body is present. Thus at this
    • person dies his craving for outer objects does not immediately cease,
    • died. This seeking can bring about harmful reactions. In such a case
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    • incarnations. The idea that was embodied in their lives then flows out
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    • etheric and astral bodies; all this has been cast aside. He now
    • The higher bodies flow into one another: for instance Atma is in truth
    • that when it has reached self-consciousness it may die selflessly.
    • the seven bodies.
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    • life for the development of the organs of the higher bodies. When we
    • three different bodies of man. These three aspects were called:
    • and Power, then in your higher bodies you will develop those organs
    • transformation of our etheric, astral and ego bodies.’ These three
    • become old and die (jaramarana). These are the twelve Nidanas which
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    • he filled it with words. When a man dies there lives on all that he
    • world and embodies itself in what is already there and which, for its
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    • when it is incarnated in lower bodies. The word ‘Heilig’ (healthy)
    • words of earlier races. This is embodied in our race. In addition we
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    • was inhabited by beings reptilian in character; human bodies too were
    • Now when man dies he gives over to the forces of the earth his whole
    • upon the three other bodies. The ego is nothing other than what worked
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    • astral powers. When he dies he first enters the astral world. But even
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    • not move far away from the physical and etheric bodies which remain
    • Now when the physical and etheric bodies remain on the physical plane
    • In the night therefore we find in astral space the sleeping bodies, or
    • there human beings who have died some time previously and they are
    • consists in the separation of the etheric and physical bodies. The
    • astral and etheric bodies. Immediately after death therefore
    • worked over on the Devachan plane. Like bells, the astral bodies,
    • died, the essential thing is memory. When he reincarnates what is
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    • who fits harmoniously into his three bodies.
    • the etheric body. Great teachings are not only embodied in words, but
    • Die natürliche Tochter’. These dramas in particular have had a
    • people shed tears over ‘Die natürliche Tochter.’
    • instance the thought content in ‘Die natürliche Tochter’ worked on the
    • physical body, memory awakens in the etheric and astral bodies of the
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    • The question: Why does man die? continually claims the attention of
    • over the earth. The astral earth consisted of human astral bodies
    • thinner substance than the astral bodies of human beings. In this
    • human astral bodies. This was the condition of the earth at that time.
    • unite with the astral bodies, for these were still too wild. The
    • Thus there now existed two astral bodies: a less wild human astral
    • immortality. From that time on, the astral body no longer dies but
    • etheric bodies peace is as yet not established, and only partly so in
    • different bodies, which consist of separate warring parts, and
    • transmute them into bodies having immortality.
    • the Gods and create for ourselves immortal bodies. The Chela, who
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    • transforming the Hyperborean bodies. This the other human beings were
    • Then the one part severed itself completely and the two bodies
    • three bodies: Sun, Earth, Moon. Then the possibility of
    • bodies; had it been otherwise the Monads would not have been able to
    • rigidifying. When one observes the three lower bodies we find that
    • intercourse with anything around them, otherwise the beautiful bodies
    • of their spiritual force into the imperfect human bodies and the third
    • very poorly endowed human bodies and also others quite devoid of
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    • the power of light within themselves. They are like bodies of light
    • the atom when one studies the plan of the Adepts Lodge on the Moon.
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    • The human astral bodies had still to receive a third impact. This was
    • Root-Race onwards in order later to enter into the astral bodies,
    • Dienstag
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    • of beings who think on the physical plane but have their bodies on the
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    • If we study our sense organs as they are usually studied, we see that
    • in which Paracelsus found his remedies and achieved his cures. He knew
    • remedies reveal themselves. Thus do the members of the macrocosm and
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    • as a reason for opposing modern medicine with its external remedies.
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    • by following a diet consisting exclusively of milk. They are quite
    • partaken of the Last Supper, is the physical body. This dies. For the
    • whole of humanity this will die. Towards the middle of the Sixth
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    • Knowledge of the meteorological environment and the heavenly bodies
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    • likelier explanation is that Steiner, whose audience was very likely
    • members; it withholds from the astral and etheric bodies their due
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    • perceive the “higher” bodies of man just as ordinary eyes
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    • motion of projectiles, of the velocity of falling bodies, of
    • in the same year. In 1564 Michelangelo died on 18th
    • in their infancy, are studied to some degree, will a beginning have
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    • — leave the physical and etheric bodies and continue to exist
    • occasions of their appearance they should be studied not only from
    • leave their physical bodies and make their way out into universal
    • only when he is once more to say to himself: “A man has died. His
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    • embodied in a new Kant-Laplace primal nebula. In other words: what I
    • of the celestial bodies they represent, and of their effects upon man.
    • They permeate all the bodies in the solar system, and naturally our
    • own bodies as well; but at the point where Mercury appears in the
    • cosmological studies they had discovered that the Venus-forces enable
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    • different studies pursued here you know that this kind of
    • bodies that were still incompletely developed. In the course of
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    • themselves have no astral bodies, but the earth is enveloped in an
    • directions. This structure of the plant is best understood if studied
    • back again to his still unembodied being. To counteract this force,
    • blackboard.) The fact that man has nitrogen, or bodies containing
    • graphite, as diamond. These bodies are then described according to
    • course, folly for people to devote all their studies to ancient
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    • we have the pleasure of a still larger audience than before, perhaps
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    • studies.
    • The light of the spirit! In all the anthroposophical studies we have
    • bodies. Though it did not require much effort on the part of high
    • bodies has to be made. In the Christ Jesus we have the distinctive
    • to give to mankind through their super-physical bodies. In Christ we
    • bodies.
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    • his etheric and astral bodies, his higher bodies if we may so call
    • nothing of this; if he knew what his bodies really were he would not
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    • and experiencing oneself in the etheric and astral bodies take place.
    • approaches it dies away. During this experience, in the first period
    • vivid just after going to sleep and it gradually dies away toward the
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    • an instrument. He must learn to experience in his higher bodies, in
    • bodies. In this connection, however, it is necessary for a man to do
    • ever more living, the spectators and audiences at our plays and
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    • stirs and dies down again within itself; thoughts only have an
    • the body one gains the knowledge that the physical and etheric bodies
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    • good powers re-animate in the etheric body what has died in the
    • light, our human nature is permeated by something that has to die in
    • dies in us. This is a most remarkable phenomenon. And the spiritual
    • reanimate what has died in the physical body as the result of the
    • confronted the outer sense-world just as we do, but their bodies were
    • which dies in us; but the death which we send down more and more into
    • life-giving power. Christ gives life to that which dies in us, which
    • darkens in us, which remains unborn in us. We allow that to die in
    • us, which must die in order that we may approach the true ideal of
    • Christ we die
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    • studied theoretically; one may receive what they give merely as
    • enter the spiritual world aright, that is to say, if we wish to die
    • understand dying in the right way. In Christ we die
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    • incomplete will be made clear in the further course of our studies in
    • the inner being of the person who has died, his human soul nature,
    • those who have reached the normal length of life and have died under
    • If, for example, we died at the age of sixty or eighty, we do not
    • has waited and we do not need to remember it; then if we died, for
    • we may die in very old age, we still could have enjoyed more,
    • gradually fade and die down, and they do this after some years.
    • live among bodies. As we enter more and more into the true spirit of
    • In Christ we have died; through
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    • re-embodied.’ But the following may also happen. We may observe
    • Let us take the case of a person who through illness dies earlier
    • reserve of strength, if he had not died early, and when the life
    • had not died so early. It is, however, previous karma that determines
    • great inventors are often people who in former incarnations died
    • spiritual investigation into many cases, that if a person dies a
    • die in Christ. For this the Christ-impulse is necessary. It preserves
    • thus enters people's bodies will open spiritual eyes through
    • their bodies, and the Spirit will shine
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    • which the proletarian of to-day applies to man and embodies in his
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    • thing is that Christ lived and died, and rose from the dead, for
    • absolutely true to say: The Christ died and rose again for the whole
    • world only if all other peoples were to die away, and their own stock
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    • shorter time; it dies. It has not the same degree of reality as the
    • the plucked rose, is allowed to die. Now something can have an
    • belongs to super-sensible life, the more it merely embodies purely
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    • celestial body attracts to itself the bodies that are upon it”.
    • time makes experiments; having thus studied the phenomena, it then
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    • Nature and should be studied accordingly. To go ahead at once to what
    • both, in both cases, but in the one case the ingredients work
    • ingredients can interpenetrate each other and still be independent.
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    • like so many soldiers. The seven naughty boys were there in the light
    • which in the prism experiment very obediently lined up and stood
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    • studied first — that on the screen — you may use the name
    • corpuscles — tiny little bodies. Striking the surface of the
    • little bodies are going on their way after reflection, the others are
    • is a streaming of tiny corpuscular bodies, it goes without saying
    • that the more bodies are being hurled in a particular direction, the
    • From diverse bodies we
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    • colours to what we call “bodies”. As a transition to this
    • commonly call “bodies” — I will however also shew
    • Concerning the relation of the colours to the bodies we see around us
    • all. How comes it in effect that the material bodies have this
    • namely the way we see what we call “coloured bodies”
    • “Phosphorus” today; it refers to phosphorescent bodies of
    • experiment can be made with a variety of other bodies. It is most
    • There are many bodies
    • Colouredness-of-bodies.
    • external bodies what we ourselves are one with; we should only use it
    • to gain a proper idea of these external bodies. All we should say is
    • and the same element with the so-called bodies whenever we behold
    • the bodies swim in it with their velocities. So too we swim in the
    • light, just as the bodies swim in the light. Light is an element
    • common to us and the things outside us — the so-called bodies.
    • they subsist, in the so-called bodies. We see the ghostly, spectral
    • Goethe. It was in 1832 that Goethe died. What we are seeking is not a
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    • given facts. The fact for instance that material bodies in the
    • neighbourhood of other material bodies will under given conditions
    • have two heavenly bodies. You may then say: These two heavenly bodies
    • VIc) are a lot of other, tiny bodies — particles of ether,
    • it may be — all around and in between the two heavenly bodies.
    • bodies will approach each other. They are, in fact, driven towards
    • It is a force acting at a distance and attracts the bodies towards
    • heavenly bodies and they approach each other, or show that it is in
    • heavenly bodies as independent of each other. If for example I put my
    • recoil of elastic bodies are not so difficult to get to know, they
    • the ether. They only had to regard them as little elastic bodies,
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    • today with an experiment bearing upon our studies of the theory of
    • have studied, I want you to take note of the pure fact we have just
    • solid bodies. More than 90% of us is just a column of water, and
    • their own domain. Very obediently the psychologists restrict their
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    • other bodies. Here is a tuning-fork with a point attached, which as
    • bodies into the quality that is the ‘sound’ or
    • physicist or physical physiologist who studies the larynx and the
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    • attract small bodies such as bits of paper. You know too what
    • as it were, becoming manifest where it encounters other bodies, so
    • electrifying certain bodies, and also shew characteristic reactions
    • know the Roentgen rays have the property of going through bodies
    • other bodies, call forth a kind of fluorescence; the materials
    • for bodies that should call forth such modifications in a very high
    • degree — bodies that should especially transform the rays
    • these researches it was presently discovered that there are bodies
    • property to emit such rays. Prominent among these bodies were the
    • properties these bodies have. They ray-out certain lines of force
    • the gist and conclusion of our studies for today, which I would
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    • when we feel, subject only to our bodies, justifies us from the outset
    • and etheric bodies, in the Microcosm, is remarkable in the extreme. We
    • do not actually descend into these bodies in such a way that we become
    • ourselves in it. The etheric bodies mirrors our soul-life back
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    • Ego and astral body emerge from the physical and etheric bodies when
    • wakes and comes down into the physical and etheric bodies.
    • astral body and Ego have emerged from his physical and etheric bodies.
    • drives him out of his physical and etheric bodies. Anyone who
    • influence which drives him out of his physical and etheric bodies. But
    • drive him out of his physical and etheric bodies because he succumbs
    • which drove him out of his physical and etheric bodies brings him back
    • his physical and etheric bodies in the spiritual world, not of their
    • different domain but which for certain reasons can be studied in
    • expression for what lies behind the heavenly bodies and their
    • drawn around the heavenly bodies is a lemniscate,
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    • further studies. The lectures given in this Course must be regarded as
    • into his physical and etheric bodies. It will be evident to anyone who
    • waking. We come down into our etheric and physical bodies but have no
    • his physical and etheric bodies when seen from within? The essential
    • descending into our etheric and physical bodies, to contemplate
    • Sentient Soul and our etheric and physical bodies. The veil that
    • inner world of the physical and etheric bodies, but in first making
    • his physical and etheric bodies. In his soul he would experience a
    • become aware of the perfection of his physical and etheric bodies
    • he were to descend consciously into his etheric and physical bodies.
    • of the universe has made of his physical and etheric bodies. He is
    • sight of what spiritually underlies the physical and etheric bodies
    • has incorporated in the etheric and physical bodies. The soul must say
    • the Sun and connects it with the other bodies belonging to the solar
    • co-operation there is between the Sun and these heavenly bodies is
    • sense-world had so to speak died away. The pupils of the Mysteries had
    • the material for our physical and etheric bodies? All the forces which
    • built up our physical and etheric bodies. This whole interplay, the
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    • physical and etheric bodies, and we know that fundamentally speaking
    • two bodies or to develop them to a higher stage. Admittedly, anyone
    • etheric bodies, possessing the same aptitudes as at birth. Whereas,
    • our physical and etheric bodies only to a slight extent. Nevertheless
    • bodies on waking; but he is diverted from this perception by external
    • physical bodies on waking, a man can acquire a certain knowledge of
    • theosophical manuals of the astral, etheric and physical bodies are
    • knowledge of these bodies into which we descend on waking is only
    • and etheric bodies is that on waking we emerge from another world in
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    • bodies there is the etheric body, so that in descending to that level
    • subject himself. Obedience to the teacher through many years was
    • physical bodies of our own forefathers, in order gradually to shape
    • man consists of physical, etheric and astral bodies, this means that
    • Eckhart, the medieval mystic. He was one who had no leader or
    • Like nearly all medieval Christian mystics who had no actual Guru
    • “becoming”) was a beautiful expression used by medieval
    • From this we see how with the approach of the modern age the medieval
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    • beings do is an external expression of the heavenly bodies in the
    • their movements and positions. Thereby these heavenly bodies give
    • from the relative positions of the heavenly bodies. Anyone looking at
    • far fetched. We relate the heavenly bodies of our solar system to the
    • do would have to deal with the planetary bodies and their movements.
    • Spirits the planetary bodies we call Old Sun and Old Moon come into
    • light.” [* See Goethe's Studies in Natural Science.
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    • physical and etheric bodies in a certain consolidated form. But what
    • based upon the mutual relations of the heavenly bodies and is
    • cross, with what the plant leaves behind when it dies, then we have in
    • Consciousness does not cease but seethes and eddies, stirred by our
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    • environment but is so no longer. Anyone who studies memory from this
    • we are without a science of anatomy which studies the various organs
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    • as it were, into two parts. The physical and etheric, bodies are left
    • dies. It is the mineral kingdom that follows physical and chemical
    • consist of physical and etheric bodies. Therefore man has the etheric
    • the plant; for in man the two bodies — physical and etheric
    • only the physical and etheric bodies. Hence even externally man is
    • these bodies are permeated by the Ego and astral body.
    • in his lower members, the physical and etheric bodies and rising to a
    • his physical and etheric bodies independently of the influence of the
    • a dying condition. The essential life of the plant dies away in winter
    • bodies. Hence it must be obvious to us that there is not merely a
    • and etheric bodies. He begins to have consciousness only when he
    • plunges down into these bodies. Just as the form in which man stands
    • consciousness if he did not possess physical and etheric bodies. He
    • needs these bodies as the foundation for his inner life; it follows
    • etheric body. The physical and etheric bodies had first to be built up
    • connected with the physical and etheric bodies. Thus astral body and
    • physical and etheric bodies already in existence. Hence before man
    • etheric bodies bad to be prepared by cosmic Powers and Beings without
    • etheric bodies differ from those of the plants in that they are, as we
    • physical and etheric bodies in man is independent of the relative
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    • ordinary experience of our bodies is related to the
    • Die Traumphantasie
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    • cannot be studied by an external scientific method of
    • with it. The scientist of spirit therefore studies the
    • ways in the pictures of a dream. That is what he studies.
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    • The scientist of the spirit who seriously studies the
    • know that in a way this medieval world picture can be called
    • In the Greek and even in the Roman and early medieval periods
    • illnesses there were really no remedies. In modern scientific
    • art of finding remedies and pathology, the knowledge of various
    • become a field of dead bodies. Natural science has to say this
    • like the seed in the plant. This year's plant dies, but a new
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    • individualities, in bodies belonging to the several civilisations.
    • All the souls here this evening were incarnated in bodies that
    • change in the physical and etheric bodies from one race to another,
    • of the physical and the etheric bodies from one epoch to another
    • development of the souls incarnating in the bodies may be, and
    • physical bodies of an organ which they are unable to use. To have an
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    • one who has studied logic of the old Greek School of Philosophy where
    • even in the ancient Greek tragedies, during the five centuries before
    • Karmic Relationships: Esoteric Studies,
    • die only on the earth, in the physical world — and none of the
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    • upon earth. Therefore, our present studies are, after all, imbued
    • country of Western Germany, and died in 1464, a persecuted
    • Ages. He was well versed also in what the medieval schools of
    • mastery of medieval theology, he had a thorough knowledge of the
    • a medieval mystic who preceded Cusanus. To the extent that this man
    • medieval Christian theology sought as an ascent to the divine, to the
    • fallen into nothingness. This feeling evoked in this medieval mystic
    • experiences the end of medieval theology and is driven to the docta
    • Revolutions of the Celestial Bodies,) where the universe was
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    • Eckhart. He was well versed in medieval theological knowledge. With
    • world of physical matter, of bodies. I said above that apart from
    • that Medieval theology had proclaimed to him and, out of this void,
    • not die; nature as what is born and dies. In the third phase man has
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    • with one's own divine nature. The bodies of external nature
    • separated from man and is regarded only as an attribute of bodies
    • Therefore, Berkeley declared that bodies forming the external basis
    • been studied; now, one looked at all that was fading and crumbling
    • must die, we must look at and understand all that is dead in the
    • later die, so it was a matter of course that sooner or later in the
    • read in the anthroposophical periodical Die Drei that atomism
    • was being studied in a way in which no progress can be made.
    • in Die Drei about atomism as something that only serves to
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    • of bodies into primary and secondary qualities. Primary qualities
    • no equivalent for the fact that the organism must die. If one only
    • that leads to the idea that the organism must die. For Weismann, the
    • only thing that demonstrates that an organism must die is the
    • organism, that we know the organism possesses the ability to die.
    • tendency to atomization appears, the being dies. In the case of
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    • normally dwell within his physical and etheric bodies but during
    • sleep they can also be outside the physical and etheric bodies. Just
    • is to be found outside the physical and etheric bodies from the
    • physical and etheric bodies. But these are thoughts that never
    • science had produced in its various domains. He studied it, he let it
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    • law of falling bodies, but all the ideas of physics. Another example
    • heavenly bodies, adopting something like the Copernican view and
    • proportion to the mass of the bodies. If the attracting body has a
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    • In all studies, such as those I have just outlines, it is found
    • etheric bodies, the contents of the astral body and the ego
    • If I call the physical and etheric bodies, the “lower
    • of the ancient traditions in medieval alchemy could well be made fun
    • studied iatrochemistry, but the concepts of the “inner
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    • decline of the medieval alchemy the same thing happened with what
    • in knowledge that a human being goes through when he dies. When he
    • dies, life goes out of him, the dead organism remains. When I begin
    • the two lower bodies of man, the beginning condition has been
    • gives up life and constantly dies, the soul-spiritual thoughts,
    • man who is dependent on the physical and etheric bodies. It is
    • because natural science studies the dead aspects. This is the world
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    • into heat is as though the people in this whole audience suddenly
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    • Yesterday I touched upon the fact that bodies under the influence of
    • heat expand. Today we will first consider how bodies, the solid bodies
    • reality bodies have three dimensions. If we proceed from the
    • solid, liquid and gaseous bodies all expand under the influence of the
    • bodies then a peculiar thing shows itself, namely that
    • that as we advance from solid bodies to gases, genuinely new
    • may be shared in common by all bodies. We see indeed, that for all
    • say that as we proceed from solid bodies to gases, the different
    • it, namely if bodies are warmed they expand. If they are cooled again
    • heating, bodies expand; through cooling they contract.” But you
    • expansion in bodies, followed finally by change into the gaseous state
    • earth by our words solid bodies. Only in this way can we
    • The use of the word earth to indicate solid bodies
    • bodies, in water, spring not merely from the earth, but from the
    • The feeling was, thus, that only solid bodies, designated as earth,
    • sources. Thus they could only conceive that since solid bodies in
    • of the earth, that liquid and gaseous bodies must do likewise. You
    • Also there was lost the feeling that the solidity of bodies arose, as
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    • called today, solid, fluid, and gaseous bodies may be transformed one
    • will note that the solid and gaseous bodies may be described as
    • the form of solid bodies, the diffusing tendency of gases and the
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    • of bodies. We have followed this with an attempt to picture to
    • ourselves mentally the nature of form in solid bodies, fluids and
    • gaseous bodies. I have also spoken of the relation of heat to the
    • changes produced in bodies in going from the solid to the fluid and
    • by saying that gaseous or vaporous bodies may to a certain extent
    • studied know that the human being must rise through the physics of
    • relation to our studies of heat itself.
    • that we have certain organs within our bodies by means of which we
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    • of various bodies to the being of heat. You will realize that certain
    • determining their effects, the attraction of bodies for instance, and
    • dependent on our bodies. We cannot, for instance, do without our
    • bodies when we set out to think through the things set forth as laws
    • our bodies as instruments. When we rise to the sphere of the
    • bodies in which all those things take place to which we are asleep, as
    • that the old Greek physicists called solid bodies Earth. They
    • Thus you see, when we proceed from solid bodies to water, we are
    • little finger as an organism. It would die at once. It only has
    • increases, namely that bodies become less and less dense as they are
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    • where heat, pressure and the expansion of bodies are related. You will
    • any bodies making an alloy, that is, mixing without forming a chemical
    • Thus we have three bodies all of which have melting points over 200°C.
    • melting point of any of its constituents. Thus you can see how bodies
    • the fluid and the gaseous or vapor states. You know that solid bodies
    • such as most metals and other mineral bodies, occur not in an
    • The earth attracts solid bodies, exerts a force on them; under the
    • this surface? It is actually present in fluid bodies. A liquid which I
    • Picture to ourselves the real condition of the bodies you are going to
    • this is represented in a material way before you by liquid bodies.
    • liquid. We may say: bodies of lower degrees of aggregation, solids in
    • surface formed under the pressure of a system of falling bodies, then
    • revealed to us by bodies under the influence of heat and pressure,
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    • gaseous, into the gaseous bodies. And in what goes on in gases we will
    • is, by making solid bodies fluid and fluid bodies gaseous. I will now
    • We have seen that the fundamental property of solid bodies is the
    • way introduce into individualized solid bodies the thing that is
    • a meaning. Gravity rules only solid planetary bodies and is only
    • known to those beings who live on such bodies. Beings who could
    • Beings dwelling on a gaseous planet instead of seeing bodies falling
    • Now let us follow this completely in the case of actual bodies. You
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    • the bodies which manifest in definite forms. We have, touching on the
    • bodies we have a striving in all directions, a complete formlessness
    • If we look in an unbiased manner on gaseous or aeriform bodies we can
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    • for itself a liquid surface. Then we reach the gaseous bodies,
    • Gaseous Bodies}condensationrarefaction
    • have bodies everywhere, everywhere forms. These forms are conditioned
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    • ways. In one form, the bodies through which it spreads are profoundly
    • examine his form among other formed bodies we are obliged to give him
    • experience what escapes us as a force while our bodies are building.
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    • the particles are hard, non-elastic bodies. This has given form to the
    • (Ernst Mach, Die Prinzipien der Warme Lehre, p. 345):
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    • gaseous bodies, heat, X, Y, Z and below the solid and bordering on it
    • gases or aeriform bodies. We may therefore suspect that where we have
    • certain bodies is not to be immediately derived from the nature of
    • light, nor from the relation of light to these bodies.
    • the difference between transparent bodies and the ordinary
    • they consider as something thrown off or as that which has died out of
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    • the Z effect in solid bodies.
    • effects in solid bodies. But there is no such thing as vital effects
    • in solid bodies. We know that under terrestrial conditions a certain
    • We find solid bodies, we find fluid bodies, we find gas. The solids we
    • discover by unfolding themselves adjacent to solid bodies, in relation
    • from Y in Y′ and X in X′. Fluid bodies have the
    • bodies to life. Gases, in the realm of the terrestrial, stand in the
    • it were, something that has died out.
    • together with the soul and spirit, so we glance from the solid bodies
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    • gaseous or aeriform bodies. When I say “chemical effect” you
    • with this effect as it interpenetrates physical bodies. We must
    • bodies of water taken together constitute a sphere. Now you see, when
    • The many single bodies together form a single form like the fluid
    • shaped from within as the solid bodies are. How must we picture this
    • continents from bodies of water, or a north and a south pole, if in
    • ponderable. Bodies that conduct heat bring it into manifestation by an
    • vigorously such studies as have been presented here during the last
    • the planetary world, if we will understand the terrestrial bodies, and
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    • Thus it comes about that the Sciences studied to-day merge into that
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    • organism because we experience an existence outside our bodies in the
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    • own bodies. And these processes were not completely unconscious as
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    • about that the pre-terrestrial existence which had in thought died out
    • only the testimony for the human soul-life that dies out and re-awakens
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    • described in our previous studies. This consciousness perceives also
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    • IN the previous studies it was shown how a view of the eternal
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    • the previous studies, thinking is the first to be seized by the higher
    • has been described in the previous studies. But the power of activity
    • are built up into a Philosophy, and if one studies them without
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    • characterized in the previous studies. They do not achieve the
    • In these studies I have not been able to do more than sketch a
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    • science today investigate the effects of its remedies? By means of the
    • are the cosmic bodies. A clairvoyant is eventually able to perceive
    • had died on the Cross, at that moment Saul became Paul.
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    • audience are already familiar. But only by learning of these truths
    • no suffering is felt by the soul-beings whose bodies are the plants.
    • and souls for which the plant world supplies the bodies. We will now
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    • granted that both the plant and the animal have etheric bodies.
    • bodies in common with the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms of nature.
    • three bodies does his own task begin in the real sense. Whether the
    • We have thus studied the
    • upon their astral and etheric bodies; conscious work begins at a
    • astral bodies into the three higher members. Meanwhile, you have heard
    • human being in waking life and in sleep in order to learn how the bodies
    • then outside his physical and etheric bodies. In the state of sleep
    • being; his physical and etheric bodies remain in the bed and his astral
    • of the same combination of bodies. On our earth a being with a physical
    • are present, the physical and etheric bodies change. In the plant there
    • the blood system of the physical and etheric bodies is faithlessly forsaken
    • and etheric bodies during the night, to that same extent a
    • “divine-spiritual” astral body moves into the bodies lying in
    • bodies remaining in the bed. When man's astral body and ego return in the
    • morning to his etheric and physical bodies, his own astral body expels a
    • the physical and etheric bodies of the man asleep in bed and leave these
    • bodies in the morning. The process in man is exactly the reverse. In
    • the evening he abandons his bodies and in the morning resumes possession
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    • on to go into the matter with greater exactitude. So if somebody dies
    • Think of a man who dies
    • Watching it physically you would see soldiers, guns and so forth, but the
    • of religion is in turn received by man into his astral and etheric bodies;
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    • When the individual dies, everything that is physical in these
    • bond to be woven between soul and soul. When the human being dies, the
    • souls are in Devachan. Nevertheless, the disembodied soul does not lose
    • participate in the development of the physical and etheric bodies.
    • astral, etheric and physical bodies, and of this part alone is he master.
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    • longer period in the past than have the other bodies. The physical body
    • than that of men once lived in human bodies. These are the Archai, First
    • had emerged directly as Sun, the bodies of men could not have received
    • Inner experience is thereby made possible in the physical bodies of
    • of organs, an experience of figures and rhythms. The bodies present
    • human body; the physical and etheric bodies are formed again. Why? Because
    • and had evolved to the stage of having as members the three bodies,
    • become backward on Old Sun, produced as human bodies structures that
    • had physical and etheric bodies only. This was a kingdom below that
    • the beings belonging to it were the precursors of the physical bodies
    • he then receives, in addition to this three bodies, the fourth member
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    • as organs in a plant grow and subsequently die, so did this half-living
    • bodies remain in the bed and his astral body is outside. Fundamentally
    • the lesser half of his constitution. Man's physical and etheric bodies
    • body then was never entirely within the physical and etheric bodies
    • connected man's physical and etheric bodies with his astral body.
    • body radiated into the other bodies. His consciousness was neither that
    • the physical and the etheric bodies; the form of the physical body alone
    • the following studies.
    • than men. Venus and Mercury are the two bodies that, having separated
    • human bodies. No procreation would have been possible. When the sun
    • was to be found, because bodies were no longer fit to receive the being
    • to have died today and because of the character of the physical substance
    • these bodies had become so decadent that the souls would have said:
    • We cannot make use of these bodies, they are too decadent for us, they
    • had gradually become so degenerate that the bodies were simply useless
    • in vain for bodies for their own evolution on earth. The consequence
    • the earth. These beings then went to other cosmic bodies that had separated
    • Venus or Saturn, having ascended to and populated these cosmic bodies.
    • bodies and keep them flexible. Please understand me well. It was only
    • power to master the stubborn bodies was the greatest. But under such
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    • yesterday it was said that bodies “hardened,” this is not
    • substance into their bodies, with the result that then there were living
    • there developed their finer bodies. The human etheric and astral bodies
    • bodies became closer. Instead of hovering and floating above the earth,
    • astral bodies. Among these beings there were some who worked chiefly
    • it is said that there were human beings in Atlantis whose bodies were
    • external forms of the bodies differed for this reason. During the whole
    • is not properly connected with the higher bodies — can lift and
    • substance has become rigid. The bodies of men developed in accordance
    • just as after a hundred years no remnants of the soft-bodied mollusks
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    • earth, rebelled against the belief that this being could have died on the
    • body of Jesus of Nazareth, at the moment when He died on Golgotha, He
    • earth has received an inheritance from Old Moon. The three lower bodies,
    • Men gaze at Christ on the cross, Christ who dies and through His death
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    • work ever more consciously at the transformation of his bodies. It behoves
    • and etheric bodies of a man asleep remain in bed; his astral body and
    • Western bodies and is therefore not the right one. The, second initiation
    • days and was as if dead. His etheric and astral bodies were outside his
    • astral and etheric bodies without lethargy being induced for three and
    • and etheric bodies. That is what is called illumination in the course
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    • Dies ‘stirb im Werde’,
    • let the lower nature die out, and to allow that which dwells in the
    • ascend to the Kingdom of “Divine Purposes.” “To die
    • secret which may be called the Secret of Alchemy. Between the studies
    • organized for a higher life. These three bodies form, according to
    • that which is alive. The living Mops swallowed the gold and died of
    • One who has died to the lower to be born again in a higher sense, can
    • wisdom is represented by the King who is embodied in the gold. Goethe
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    • Goethe to work with him on a magazine called “die Horen”
    • Magazine, “Die Horen”.
    • they too are incarnated in bodies.
    • Die wir ahnen.” Volume 2, Page 67 – 68.
    • Die Stimmen der Geister
    • Die Stimmen der Meister.”
    • bodies. But at the same time they throw it from them on all sides.
    • Dieses Stirb and Werde
    • recognising that man must die, in order to become.” (‘Denn
    • so lang du das nicht hast, dieses stirb and werde’) (As long as
    • forth again. Mops eats the gold and dies; for everything living must
    • die of it; he cannot take in the truth and transmute it as does the
    • principle. He who does not do this before he dies, is destroyed at
    • Die Sonne tönt nach Alter Weise,
    • words; “Wär nicht das Auge sonnenhaft, Die Sonne könnt
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    • Atlanteans, who preceded the present-day Aryans. The human bodies of
    • sees should not be limited only to these external physical bodies, but
    • he should perceive them as the external bodies of spiritual beings.
    • unable to see the sun and moon as bodies of spirits, will be unable to
    • body is the bearer of a spirit, so the celestial bodies are likewise
    • the medieval saga of the Emperor Barbarossa who, surrounded by the
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    • Die Sonne schaue
    • Die Höhen lass offenbaren
    • die Tiefen sollen bewahren
    • seemingly died, waxes anew from this day on, so does new life forever
    • of a Sun Hero who embodied the same ideal as is connected with the
    • When Adam died, Seth placed these three seeds in Adam's mouth, and
    • Died and been reborn,
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    • of nature and in the heavenly bodies.
    • as a result of the studies you have hitherto made in spiritual
    • — that man consists of various principles or bodies, or whatever
    • warmth, cold, all that is embodied in the laws of nature —
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    • physical and etheric bodies lying in the bed, and draws out the astral
    • his astral body out of his physical and etheric bodies, he is no
    • physical and etheric bodies, feels his consciousness flash up, he then
    • and autumn, when the plants prepare to fade and die. Then these
    • bodies, we can still be conscious of our environment. There are
    • bodies of animals), that we cannot speak of a mere life-giving
    • bodies and still remain conscious — an impression of the
    • and etheric bodies. Then, if we awake with our ego, not only do we
    • bodies were taken from us. Then too we feel everything taken from us
    • the other heavenly bodies in the environment, to direct it and guide
    • to the other heavenly bodies. The Spirit of the Earth is, as it were,
    • other Spirits of the heavenly bodies.
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    • etheric bodies. Thus we know that something has to take place in a man
    • born as physically embodied human beings at a certain time and at a
    • attractions. Thus, because we are human beings in physical bodies, and
    • successive epochs. If the occultly-developed man studies, for
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    • the different kingdoms of nature in the heavenly bodies, we must first
    • body feels freed from his physical and etheric bodies. We must have a
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    • WE have come in our studies to the so-called Second Hierarchy of the
    • and of the Heavenly Bodies is to appear before us, to accustom
    • heavenly bodies. In this way we shall be able to acquire more definite
    • sentient soul, astral, etheric, and physical bodies: so do the Fixed
    • Stars of planetary systems move through space as the bodies of Divine
    • contemplate the bodies of the Gods, and finally of the Divine in
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    • other heavenly bodies, as a man by means of his speech enters into
    • life of the heavenly bodies.
    • From the whole significance of these studies you will gather that
    • heavenly bodies. This should be the answer to those who would believe
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    • the spiritual beings at work in the various heavenly bodies. We were
    • obliged, first of all, to make the attempt in these studies to learn
    • space, we discover, first of all, heavenly bodies of various kinds.
    • bodies. We will, to begin with, look away from everything else in the
    • Now within the planetary system there still remain two cosmic bodies,
    • bodies present themselves to occult vision? If directed to the moon,
    • which the higher bodies, the super-sensible principles, work in quite a
    • studied; and indeed at no very distant date, by the physiologists and
    • astral and etheric bodies is one and the same. From this arises the
    • plant-bodies and make use of those means which the practical occultist
    • uses when he observes the etheric bodies of the plants. We thus make
    • (as in living animal and plant bodies) which appear centered — I
    • the succession of physical bodies of the human incarnations, form a
    • physical and etheric bodies, find an analogy in man himself. The
    • find in the physical system the substances of the cometary bodies,
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    • bodies from the standpoint of ordinary consciousness, we naturally
    • refer to the heavenly bodies visible to our eyes. Now in the course of
    • system of heavenly bodies; we have substituted the study of the
    • would the planets and other bodies visible to our eyes appear to such
    • visible to ordinary sight as the heavenly bodies, actually disappear;
    • the heavenly bodies. Thus it transports itself clairvoyantly into the
    • heavenly bodies in the cosmos. To clairvoyant consciousness everything
    • system of heavenly bodies is a testimony of past times, telling of
    • behind. The physical world of heavenly bodies represents the remains
    • the work on these heavenly bodies.
    • that category of heavenly bodies of which we spoke at the end of our
    • action of the spiritual beings in the heavenly bodies. As, however,
    • the heavenly bodies are, as it were, built up from the kingdoms of
    • etheric, and astral bodies of the animal but in a super-sensible world,
    • etheric bodies. Just because the plants have only their physical and
    • etheric bodies in the physical world they do not cry out when we
    • bodies of the plant exist in the physical world. If with occult vision
    • sleep. Just as the consciousness then gradually dies down, so do
    • other than the astral bodies of the plants; and we find them in the
    • same region as the group-souls of the animals. The astral bodies of
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    • hierarchies and their offspring, in the heavenly bodies and in the
    • physical, etheric, and astral bodies; while on the other hand, the
    • the plants, their physical and etheric bodies alone are active on the
    • physical plane, their astral bodies on the astral plane, and the
    • his physical and etheric bodies — was derived from the Spirits of
    • offspring work down upon the astral bodies of the plants from the
    • have on the physical plane, their physical and etheric bodies. If any
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    • animals and the astral bodies of the plants, work directly from the
    • group-souls of the animals and the astral bodies of the plants, we
    • consideration and studied. This was only an, example to show that in
    • as cosmic bodies which fly in from the cosmos after the planetary
    • system is already formed and thus do not come as far as the bodies
    • have seen, all the planets, all the heavenly bodies stand in
    • With regard to the heavenly bodies which, as the expression of the
    • respects, very difficult; because in the heavenly bodies there is a
    • bodies — learn to read how, in reality, not different but the
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    • studies will then culminate in a generally more exact recognition of
    • part of the studies we have just begun, even though it may appear that
    • and great grandchildren, and their bodies will become waste. If you
    • generation, and the bodies of your people will prosper.
    • bodies. His people had to be told that the conditions of their lives,
    • well-being of the astral, etheric and physical bodies. But where does
    • the Ten Commandments, one of the results will be that you cannot die
    • something can stream into the three bodies, the astral, etheric and
    • Jewish people of how the ego must properly indwell the three bodies of
    • sun. How both bodies were developed further is again the work of
    • astral bodies. Thus, the Jewish people, to whom the ego was first
    • bodies, but they cannot function in the ego. This God who works in the
    • relation to his astral, etheric and physical bodies as he does to his
    • etheric and physical bodies that he currently possesses, were created
    • etheric and physical bodies would be well-formed and would produce a
    • their bodies will become waste. If you recognize Me in you, I shall
    • live on as you unto the thousandth generation, and the bodies of your
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    • being — the physical and etheric bodies, the sentient, rational and
    • poor in spirit, for if they develop their ego-ruled bodies in the
    • Of the astral body He said, “In former times those whose astral bodies
    • by saying, “Blessed and God-imbued in their astral bodies are those
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    • Erfahrungen des Uebersinnlichen. Die wege der Seele zu Christus.
    • no attention to our organization, to what is below in our bodies. In
    • our bodies develop.
    • really a duality. We die because we are organized in a certain way and
    • independently, it becomes sick and infirm and finally dies.” In
    • does he descry that from which he springs. Man must first die (in
    • can die; but from my own Ego I can make myself stronger, I can send
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    • Erfahrungen des Uebersinnlichen. Die wege der Seele zu Christus.
    • cannot die without taking with him that which gives him the
    • the super-sensible worlds one transforms oneself, but one does not die.
    • die; they transform, metamorphose themselves. Birth and death do not
    • Mystery of Golgotha: The One died, and just as a single seed is laid
    • in the earth, in order that it die and spring up in the field, and
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    • Die Beantwortung von Welt- und Lebensfragen Durch Anthroposophie.
    • Die Beantwortung von Welt- und Lebensfragen Durch Anthroposophie.
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    • embodied in his actions he draws near to the Archai — how during
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    • The living thought dies as we are born — or as we are conceived
    • of pre-earthly existence, cannot really die. For this reason has come
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    • morning I could not help describing to the English audience the
    • begins to dominate, truth, as experienced inwardly by the soul, dies
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    • the once concrete Muses had become dreadfully withered ladies!
    • still have a soul in their bodies must inevitably face the
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    • dead product, describing life in the condition where life has died.
    • being consisting of physical, etheric, and astral bodies. It is all
    • be made a reality in us. People easily get muddied, for when one
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    • Spirit as a dead corpse to the man who has died. The form is still
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    • they may also be studied historically by considering external
    • since Galileo and Copernicus. The living had first to die inwardly.
    • because thinking, as I have described it, has died; when based merely
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    • given in this way, that the solution could actually be studied! It is
    • obedience to duty; only the cold statement: “I must perform my
    • dien' ich den Freunden, doch tu' ich es leider mit Neigung,
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    • wanted to acquire it, as an embodied ideal. Tiredness certainly
    • embodied knowledge, embodied science, that is striven for as we
    • breathe may first, before it dies, even if only for a moment,
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    • that is to say, it must lead all studies to the point where there is
    • studied physiologically or anatomically, but who must be livingly
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    • we live in an embodied intellect in which we are entangled, not like
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    • studied according to its spirit and not only according to its
    • another. Let us imagine ourselves in a medieval town.
    • medieval councilors. Today — I must confess — it would be
    • councilor and a privy councilor. In the case of a soldier, in the
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    • of his inner being, these concepts shall die. But the strange thing
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    • Published in German as, Die Sendung Michaels.
    • Die Offenbarung der eigentlichen Geheimnisse des Menschenwesens.
    • to “ahrimanize” our bodies, to harden us. The blood would
    • belief in body, soul and spirit was tabooed, and medieval theologians
    • Die Stimmen der Zeit by stating that it applies, above
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    • Published in German as, Die Sendung Michaels.
    • Die Offenbarung der eigentlichen Geheimnisse des Menschenwesens.
    • continuous tendency is to die; it has to be constantly revitalized. If
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    • Published in German as, Die Sendung Michaels.
    • Die Offenbarung der eigentlichen Geheimnisse des Menschenwesens.
    • economical, or spiritual remedies to be taken from the pharmacy of
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture IV: The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse.
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    • Published in German as, Die Sendung Michaels.
    • Die Offenbarung der eigentlichen Geheimnisse des Menschenwesens.
    • thinking, then, again, in Medieval thinking, in the thinking of the
    • through the Mystery of Golgotha. Medieval philosophy, so-called
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture V: The Michael Deed and the Michael Influence as Counter-pole of the Ahrimanic Influence
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    • Published in German as, Die Sendung Michaels.
    • Die Offenbarung der eigentlichen Geheimnisse des Menschenwesens.
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    • Published in German as, Die Sendung Michaels.
    • Die Offenbarung der eigentlichen Geheimnisse des Menschenwesens.
    • gradually changes — dies down, as Goethe said. Apart from the
  • Title: Lecture: Signs of the Times: Michaels Battle and Its Reflection On Earth -- I
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    • Published in German as, Die Sendung Michaels.
    • Die Offenbarung der eigentlichen Geheimnisse des Menschenwesens.
    • My dear friends, in the course of our spiritual-scientific studies we
    • historical studies. History is taught and studied in schools. But what
    • and studied as history in the schools? It is nothing more, in regard
    • The young die and the old die. The death of younger people is
    • when children die, when young people leave their parents and family
    • older people that have died. It is easiest to express these things
    • epigrammatically. The souls of these human beings who have died in the
    • consciousness studies grief and the pain of separation, it will find
    • person has died. Although human beings do not know it, these inner
    • It is a strange fact: If parents mourn a child that has died at an
    • might say: If a young person dies we are possessed by the pain from
    • that has died in youth is so different from the relation to a person
    • everyone in the same way. A child that has died would like to have a
    • most suitable for the commemoration of an older person who has died.
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    • Published in German as, Die Sendung Michaels.
    • Die Offenbarung der eigentlichen Geheimnisse des Menschenwesens.
    • Sinnlich-Uebersinnliche in seiner Verwirklichung durch die Kunst.
    • died since, one can indeed see how these things are considered from
    • Rudolf Steiner, Goethestudien und goetheanistische
    • being dies in his youth, he has, in a spiritual sense, not actually
    • My dear friends, if a human being dies by violence with his life
    • unforgettable hours when he had to ‘enjoy’ in his studies of Plato the
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    • Die Psychologie der unbewussten Prozesse. Ein Ueberblick über
    • die moderne Theorie und Methode der analytischen Psychologie,
    • Die Psychologie der unbewussten Prozesse
    • Die Psychologie der unbewussten Prozesse. Ein Ueberblick über
    • die moderne Theorie und Methode der analytischen Psychologie,
    • psychoanalyst seeks all sorts of expedients, sometimes quite
    • Die Psychologie der unbewussten Prozesse,
    • Die Psychologie der unbewussten Prozesse. Ein Ueberblick über
    • die moderne Theorie und Methode der analytischen Psychologie,
    • a human life is studied. For Nietzsche was born in 1844. For
    • boyhood Schopenhauer was still living, but died in 1860, and
    • only began in 1841. But Wagner died in 1883, and Nietzsche's
    • was exposed to Wagner's influence after Wagner had died
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    • Die Psychologie der unbewussten Prosesse.
    • expedient. The subconsciousness looked beyond all the
    • could be studied at their height. Even the lust for power could
    • affirms that he has studied a whole row of my books, I
    • reaction of his audience does he recognize that his thoughts
    • — that he was a lad of sixteen when Schopenhauer died,
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    • someone dies with a definite wish; this wish belongs to that
    • withdraw from him. There dies in him that which in a truthful
    • to have studied poetry, but only to be able to write (which
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    • from one another as the lungs and liver cannot be studied by an
    • no longer be an abstract truth alone, but will be studied
    • reality everything remembered with a strong ingredient of
    • our consciousness are that ingredient in our experiences which
    • incarnations may really be studied in the abnormalities
    • when they are studied and made a part of the general
    • these things studied with the above-mentioned symptoms in
    • you will find in them the remedies for diseases which
    • physical and etheric bodies the astral body and ego. This is
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    • Die Tieferen Geheimnisse des Menschheitswerdens im Lichte der Evangelien.
    • spirit. Physics speaks of an “impact” of bodies. It has
    • when it is disembodied. When the soul has gone through the gate of
    • disembodied soul. It does not even hear or perceive what one expresses
    • disembodied soul, because it only has meaning for what is the physical
    • but also by those who are no longer incarnated in physical bodies, but
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    • Die Tieferen Geheimnisse des Menschheitswerdens im Lichte der Evangelien.
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    • Die Tieferen Geheimnisse des Menschheitswerdens im Lichte der Evangelien.
    • with the immersion in water, they got their etheric bodies so free,
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    • Die Polaritaet von Dauer und Entwicklung im Menschenleben.
    • Die kosmische Vorgeschichte der Menschheit.
    • die. And, however highly for other reasons the Sun-life was
    • honoured as the cause of Death. The fact that beings had to die
    • people do think as Auguste Comte did. If one studies the image
    • studied this life very carefully.
    • religion but of Theology) is the Soldier. The
    • when one intimately studies Auguste Comte, because he was
    • Science; the Soldier most easily a believer not merely of
    • The Soldier
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    • Die Polaritaet von Dauer und Entwicklung im Menschenleben.
    • Die kosmische Vorgeschichte der Menschheit.
    • physical and etheric bodies. But if we wish to go more deeply
    • etheric bodies, “unjustly,” illegally, as we might
    • and physical bodies as a kind of shell into which he crawls, to
    • physical and etheric bodies were himself. But this they are
    • the physical and etheric bodies as an instrument; but we cannot
    • bodies. But in this epoch we have to identify ourselves with
    • by the physica1 and etheric bodies. That simply rests in the
    • mankind. They draw down the etheric and astral bodies into the
    • physical and etheric bodies, so to speak, and they bring about
    • etheric bodies; whereas all the physical and etheric bodies do,
    • bound to my physical or etheric bodies any more than when I
    • bodies as reality and not as mere reflected images, and then he
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    • Through his higher bodies man wrests himself from his fetters again,
    • with the etheric and the astral bodies. And if you bear in mind what I
    • Mysterien, Die eurapaischen Mysterien und ihre Eingeweihten. (Not
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture II - The Argonaut Saga and the Odyssey
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    • men upon the astral plane. After this time, human astral bodies were
    • black magic that their astral bodies resembled those of the lowest
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    • court of the Huns, Dietrich of Bern, Hildebrand and all the Germanic
    • (fairy tale). “Viele Wunderdinge melden die Mahren alter
    • Course entitled “The Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and
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    • since it can be assumed that the audience is, for the most part,
    • lacked all his other bodies — etheric body, astral body, and so
    • transformed itself into earth, and to the three bodies of man already
    • these bodies before they embodied themselves in the human being?
    • then have transformed their whole astral bodies. The totality of
    • astral bodies will stream out as light into world space, as it was
    • stage, and these beings had luminous astral bodies. The Bible, quite
    • our bodies, so wisdom relates itself to light that streams out into
    • other heavenly bodies. The sun is such a body as the earth once was;
    • the planets, turn. The different bodies, however, do not move equally
    • bodies move at a certain speed, but the whole starry heaven is
    • clairvoyance in devachan hear the movements of the heavenly bodies.
    • mighty globe. Then physical and etheric bodies drew together and when
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    • had a faithful audience at that time. The name parson (Pfaff —
    • human bodies had to change. You would be amazed if you were to see
    • these human bodies and bring about effects such as were described by
    • notion of these water beings. Only physical bodies of this kind were
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    • Arbeit, durch die man in der Entwickelung hoch aufsteigen kann.
    • eine okkulte Formel, welche ausdrücken soll, wie man die
    • Eins teilt, und wie man die Teile so darstellt, daß sie
    • wieder die Eins ergeben. Der Okkultist soll die Teilung der
    • Einheit so denken, daß er die Teile immer zur Einheit
    • Universitäten gelehrt wird. Das ist aber nicht so. Die 2
    • kommt, es ist nur eine Separation der 1. Und diese 1 ist
    • uns gebracht. Das ist im Grunde der Ursprung dessen, was die
    • Mathematik die zweite Dimension nennt: Es ist die Zeit. Denn
    • wir zunächst die Zeit. Der Raum kommt später; davon
    • das darstellen kann, dass die All-Einheit, die 1, die
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    • Formel die ganze Welt in ihrer erscheinenden Zerstreuung, Sie
    • können die gleichzeitig in sich geschlossene Diaspora des
    • wieder herausnehmen, dann haben Sie wiederum die 1 all-ein. Und
    • all-eine Geist und auf der anderen die Welt in der zerstreuten
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    • born out of God, so, in the sense of esoteric wisdom, we die in
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    • quite senseless to speak to them of the heavenly bodies spread out in
    • is high — those who die at that time, who die in fire, in the
    • he dies in the sign of the light, by day, with the waxing moon,
    • during the half year when the sun stands high, or whether he dies in
    • die in the sign of the fire by day, with the moon waxing, and during
    • not need to return. Those who die in the sign of the smoke, by night,
    • studies will start from the explanation of this sentence in the
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    • forth out of the day enters when thou diest, into the higher world;
    • free by the growing moon.’ When the man dies, these released
    • earth dies, but with this deadening of the earth I feel it my duty to
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    • external objects; there are warm bodies, warm water etc., but warmth
    • the self contained bodies of warmth you would find nothing but eggs
    • bodies of the Spirits of Personality, and it was precisely through
    • forth the first fire bodies. If we may so express it: within that
    • their inner warmth. Out of universal space the first fire bodies were
    • Asuras) were incarnated in these fire bodies. Saturn only consisted
    • when it flows out forms countless bodies of warmth and when the fire
    • their own souls, they wove their inner being, their soul-bodies out
    • of warmth into light, and they joined to these soul-bodies the gas
    • life they led in their gas bodies they lived in the Sun planet
    • it, to dwell in their bodies of gas and smoke, or at any rate to
    • figures of smoke which were the densest bodies of the Archangels.
    • They inhabited the Sun in bodies of gas, smoke, and air. Thus they
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    • ancient Saturn had each time absorbed those egg-shaped bodies of
    • bodies of warmth behind them.
    • ancient Sun. We have seen that in both of these planetary bodies life
    • astral bodies, and of the ‘I.’ We know how a man develops
    • etheric bodies and his physical body. Through this he will gradually
    • of their own bodies? They were the Beings whom we call Thrones or
    • bodies. The Thrones spun the substance of warmth out of themselves,
    • consisted. They were spun out of the bodies which the Thrones
    • first germ of the smoke-like changing animal bodies, created through
    • universal bodies, and have more and more light thrown upon their
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    • Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and so on, all these bodies were
    • and died away. Within that ancient solar system the ranks of
    • itself. Universal bodies do not condense of themselves; spiritual
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    • But to-day we shall continue our studies so as to describe, though in
    • other spiritual bodies. Here again, you all know something of that
    • must arrange the heavenly bodies into a different order that when one
    • heavenly bodies only from the physical point of view. ‘We can
    • members of the Hierarchies. They had to incarnate into human bodies,
    • in human bodies and became the teachers of mankind. These are Beings
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    • bodies. I beg you not to take the things of secondary importance in
    • earth, we have to imagine as containing the bodies of the Hierarchy
    • Archangels, not at all united with the etheric and physical bodies.
    • fire. For instance you could not perceive the physical bodies of
    • Lemuria who had only physical, etheric and astral bodies were
    • translated into their bodies, these selected individuals acted
    • surroundings. To-day, there is nothing to compare to the obedience,
    • upon earth, and inspired the physical and etheric bodies of the men
    • etheric bodies were ensouled by an archangel. And if you remember
    • bodies, he was the real active agent..
    • incarnated within their physical and etheric bodies. If such a man
    • indefinite Space, was the inspiring Archangel. When such men died,
    • correct — that when a man dies, he lays aside his physical body
    • most important etheric bodies of the seven great initiators of these
    • Oracles. These ether bodies were originally built up through being
    • their individual etheric bodies the substance of the seven preserved
    • etheric bodies, which had been woven by Archangels in ancient
    • garment, the etheric bodies of the great Atlantean Leaders, who had
    • themselves acquired these bodies through the Archangels. Thus the
    • reached the height of their etheric bodies.
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    • the point, for these studies do not move along these lines. That
    • could pour out the substance of Saturn from their own bodies —
    • which happened during the origin of our heavenly bodies, and all
    • connected with them. For how do celestial bodies originate? Our
    • see them to-day in the heavenly bodies, in Saturn, Jupiter and Mars.
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    • assemble those bodies which were selected to form later a heavenly
    • would have surely held this audience for something other than an
    • body, the etheric and astral bodies and the Ego, and then again the
    • the etheric and physical bodies, into Manas, Budhi, and Atma, into
    • the man dies. Soon after death the etheric body is dissolved; and the
    • astral and his etheric bodies. Such control enables him also to
    • direct in a certain way his astral and etheric bodies. One who has
    • lord of his astral and etheric bodies, has them at his free disposal.
    • astral and etheric bodies, I am now enabled, when I have to return to
    • He is also enabled to sacrifice his own astral and etheric bodies, to
    • bodies, are able to sacrifice these bodies, because they have learnt
    • them, the astral and etheric bodies of these who lived in times of
    • influence their own bodies in such a way that they can let some of
    • out, so in another way the Nirmana-Kayas let their own bodies flow
    • had not received embodied into them, what the former Beings gave out
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    • back, nothing new would be embodied in it.’ Just because of the
    • been. In their bodies were implanted the consequences of the deeds of
    • Luciferic. These Beings became united to the human astral bodies
    • able to penetrate, not only the physical, etheric and astral bodies
    • descended and ensouled the human physical, etheric and astral bodies.
    • earth and ensouled physical, etheric and astral bodies. Let us take
    • them until He who died on the Cross appeared to him from the clouds,
    • * TRANSLATOR: Goethe died in 1832; these lectures were
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    • two principles, with the physical and etheric bodies. But when we are
    • the physical and etheric bodies at night, while in the astral body
    • bodies, they experience the after effect of what has been done by way
    • outside our physical and etheric bodies for at least a certain time
    • possibility of letting all interests in the surrounding world die
    • Day’ all our interests in the outer world, of letting them die
    • we are not merely in an abstract sense devoted to our physical bodies
    • gods. Our etheric and astral bodies are fitted into forms created by
    • of it, our astral and etheric bodies show what they have accumulated
    • fire. Just as our souls are hidden behind our bodies, so the soul and
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    • born and that they die within it; the inanimate kingdom of the
    • is composed of Physical, Etheric, Astral bodies and ego, and that
    • single bodies, but during the Old Moon period two bodies emerged from
    • two bodies united again after a time, passed through an intermediate
    • remained alone, between it and Sun. These three bodies were one in
    • have developed with forms like dead bodies that lack inner spiritual
    • seer: the Christ died on the cross, and thereupon the earth, which
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    • studied earlier lectures on these subjects, will realise that a host of
    • purpose of the withdrawal of these two bodies. The influences which
    • present time can be studied at its source; even mathematics may also
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    • every succeeding incarnation in bodies of higher moral, aesthetic and
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    • descend to this earth and for a number of incarnations to be embodied
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    • envelopes of the physical, etheric and astral bodies, yet the nature
    • physical bodies grew more alike and their connection closer and
    • fulfilled, and further that they are embodied in universal evolution
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    • instance, what is said of Bharavadscha, that he studied the Vedas for
    • possessed mighty knowledge if he had studied the Vedas for three
    • studied them for a much shorter time. Yet it is related that one day
    • now studied the Vedas for three hundred years; see, there are three
    • part of the Vedas, the Jagur-Yeda. Thou hast studied these three
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    • reality. Even when the earth was embodied as old Saturn, the forces
    • spiritual science is studied, it is felt and recognised that there is
    • look at the incarnation in which was embodied not a Bodhisattva (in
    • from these three great Teachers must be embodied into civilisation.
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    • lectures to an audience composed only in part of theosophists; those
    • lined up and the cells are studied individually, but this does not
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: II. Supersensible Processes in the Activities of the Human Senses.
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    • etheric bodies. The lowest member of the human being, the physical
    • etheric and physical bodies, and hence in the astral body as well.
    • less dense. This thinning of the etheric and the astral bodies offers
    • the human being with their etheric bodies, which he can then pour out
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • very beautiful expression in Goethe's fragment, Die Geheimnisse.
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies and the ego have a part —
    • organ the currents of the physical and etheric bodies are dammed up
    • of the physical, etheric and astral bodies and the ego — it
    • There is one more detail to be studied, but first we
    • anybody as remarkable, for we see the underlying will embodied in the
    • etheric and astral bodies and could say that that is a living being.
    • perceive the etheric and astral bodies yourself. But now the figure
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    • We have learned that the physical and etheric bodies
    • from the back. Given the existence of the physical and etheric bodies
    • be properly studied with the ordinary means of human observation. As
    • judgment of the erring mind because it embodies the realization that
    • bodies, and as it encountered an opposing current, a sort of whorl
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: I. The Elements of the Soul Life.
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    • well as remedies for poor memory, lack of forceful thinking, and the
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • a veritable poison, though one does not exactly die of it. Things of
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    • Now we will resume our psychosophic studies. Remember
    • already studied, you will see that in view of the continuous stream
    • bodies. You can test this. Try to recall all that you have learned
    • astral bodies, and to apply it here. You only need ask yourselves
    • etheric bodies were removed. What would happen? The current from the
    • would be repeated in modified form what was studied in the third, in
    • of the etheric and of the astral bodies. When the ego makes contact
    • turn arises through the impact of the etheric and astral bodies upon
    • right angles, the etheric and astral bodies.
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • What must arise in this disembodied human spirit, according to
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • their confinement in earthly bodies.”
    • daubers; that is, as bodies half engulfed in roaring flames, but with
    • Die Philosophic des Thomas von Aquino, Leipzig, 1889.]
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    • that visualizations and emotions, if closely studied, bear a
    • the black cross, symbol of what must be caused to die, and the red
    • that could be done he died within a day. The parents were profoundly
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • world, but which is forced into and embodied in a world in no way
    • our outer world and our bodies with their organs, but great indeed is
    • something is embodied in our corporeality that is diminutive compared
    • to be externally embodied at all?” In order to illustrate still
    • been embodied and has started back. The Divinity manifests itself as
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • her and she in all men ... We are obedient to her laws even when we
    • of all obedient to her, it may be that just then we are acting most
    • — the Aryan race. Into the bodies of the Lemurian race the human soul
    • heavenly bodies henceforward played down upon the Earth from outside.
    • bodies in the heavens, but in Sun, Moon and Earth he should see the
    • bodies of Spiritual Beings.
    • not see in Sun and Moon the bodies of Spiritual Beings cannot
    • the heavenly bodies are the bodies of Spiritual Beings, so is the
    • studied anatomy know how marvellously the heart is constructed and
    • outside. When medieval poetic wisdom desired to depict in the person
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    • Die Sonne schaue
    • Die Höhen lass offenbaren
    • Die Tiefen sollen bewahren
    • power of the sun awakens anew after it seemed to have died, so does
    • of a ‘Sun Hero’ who embodied the same Ideal which, in Christianity,
    • was embodied in the Christos. Just as the sun completes its orbit in
    • symbolise the three higher members of man's being. When Adam died,
    • dies and then springs again to new life. Whoever could combine the
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • so many lectures on the Christ Mystery, embodied in a beautiful saga
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    • souls seeking their way into earthly bodies.’ Let us try to grasp what
    • Solomon knew that when men were being accompanied into earthly bodies
    • must be guided to bodies in which the great symbols of Solomon's
    • to guide the souls into bodies which would be capable of understanding
    • of the Christ which died away as Christianity passed through the Roman
    • this form had long since died out, echoes of the happening were
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • and in the course of years we have studied them from different points
    • alone the heavens are studied. What has become inward in this way must
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    • In the Egyptian Mystery-language, the bodies of men were called the
    • the same thought in the words: “He who dies not ere he dies, perishes
    • when he dies.” Myrrh is the symbol of the dying of the lower life and
  • Title: Lecture: The Revelation of the Cosmic Christ
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    • morimur. — In Christ we die.
    • from the material to the super-sensible — ‘In Christ we die.’ And
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    • In the course of years our studies have brought it home to us that as
    • die durch unerhörtte Zeiten
    • und die uns zuletzt gegeben
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • descend to our earth must make use of the bodies which this
    • different periods of civilisation has always brought forth bodies with
    • thought — the human race having produced the necessary bodies.
    • etheric bodies had to be at a more advanced stage of development than
    • in that body as in a house. When that body died, death for him was a
    • the earthly bodies of the various periods of civilisation, without
    • were influenced in a different way from the East. This was embodied in
    • souls in man build themselves into the different bodies: the sentient
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • the wine have become ‘Fidgety Phils’; their astral bodies
    • natures, less ‘wobbly’ in their astral bodies, or, as
    • and as a matter of fact, only one who studies in this anthroposophical
    • The etheric and astral bodies are organised for the purpose of
    • wanted to water your garden. Thus the astral and etheric bodies are
    • bodies are interrupted, they make an extra effort, — just as you,
    • bodies must now call forth greater activity in order to repair the
    • bodies of man, produces healing. Now the cause of all illness is, that
    • illness may either be healed, or we may die of it. — Let us
    • Now, suppose we die. How does the case stand then? — We must then
    • take away the life-promoting remedies, the spiritual conception of
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • in his etheric and physical bodies. Thus in the Lemurian epoch man
    • different qualities into his physical, etheric and astral bodies and
    • bodies, which but for the luciferic influence would have remained more
    • the physical, etheric and astral bodies. In the astral body a high
    • perfect in his three bodies than he would have been if there had been
    • their etheric bodies if they take up the Christ-Impulse; for they have
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    • Zarathustra. We have a great deal more to learn through our studies
    • persons who have studied and understood Anthroposophy must realise
    • souls now incarnated are still incarnated in physical bodies when
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • physical and etheric bodies. This has nothing to do with the inner
    • is more difficult for the male brain, being less pliable and obedient,
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    • than in a public lecture given to a non-Anthroposophical audience.
    • Euripides, who in his tragedies shows us that he already had the idea
    • incarnated in Egyptian-Chaldean bodies, so as to be in a position to
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • Spiritual development of mankind seriously, must, if he studies the
    • for it is of no consequence to-day that someone having studied the
    • that Christ had lived on earth, had suffered, died and risen. ‘If
    • Christ, Who died on Golgotha. To him that was proof of the historic
    • sort of way, the old way having died out. In the course of the past
    • are told of a Jesus of Nazareth, who suffered, died and rose again and
    • they will not know what it is; but those who have studied Theosophy
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    • someone in the spiritual world who died before us. He is there for us
    • the higher Hierarchies. Today every person who dies and enters the
    • creeds and studies them with equal interest. The facts that have been
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    • died before us and whom we completely forget, finds it difficult to
    • die after their thirty-fifth year and those who die earlier. Only
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    • Anyone who genuinely studies the life of childhood can understand how
    • etheric bodies and the ego impacts them. Now even if you only dip
    • etheric bodies and impacts them on all sides, just as when you splash
    • his physical and etheric bodies every time he wakes. Because of this,
    • continual impacts take place between the physical and etheric bodies
    • bodies on the other. Exactly the same thing happens as when there is
    • ego-consciousness may develop to further stages. If we could not die,
    • lives are necessary in order to make it possible for human bodies to
    • bodies. These three bodies are being impaired all the time, and as we
    • all the time being destroyed in those three bodies must be made good.
    • system. The forces emanating from these heavenly bodies must all work
    • domain of the occultism studied here is there anything that does not
    • connected has been true — Christ died also for the heathen.
    • strong and vigorous when we enter a new incarnation. Etheric bodies
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    • ether bodies. His whole life was changed. Here we have an example of
    • ether bodies and radically transform the individual concerned. That
    • Let us assume that a person has died before us. According to the
    • held about the heavenly bodies from those adhered to by astronomy
    • heavenly bodies do not appear as they do in earthly astronomy that
    • If you have studied my lectures carefully you will recall that he has
    • fact the whole arrangement of the figure can be studied artistically.
    • from this knowledge, but the more accurately I studied it, the
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    • shortly after death we meet a person who died before us. We encounter
    • earth. We are together with the one who died before, at the same time
    • those who have died and with whom we were together on the earth, or to
    • His Being over the earth, that Christ died for all men. Although Paul
    • declared that Christ died not only for the Jews but also for the
    • died for you, and his significance for you is the same as for every
    • person passes through the gate of death he dies under a certain
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies, and in the ego. Of course, the
    • sleeping person cannot possibly adopt.) If, having studied every
    • intelligible for the first time when these things are studied with
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    • Suppose we come across a person who died before us. At first we feel
    • the person who has died as he was during the last period of his life
    • who has died and with whom he has had such a connection on earth that
    • bodies, which will then be stultified. This produces weaklings or the
    • true action and thinking in times to come. These studies are part of
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    • Now by means of forms as they have been created here, our studies can
    • spiritual studies when we are surrounded by forms such as these. That
    • body after death. Yet, when the physical and etheric bodies have been
    • find those people who die[d] at the same time, shortly before or after
    • those who have died, the living are the only ones who can soothe the
    • A person has died. During his lifetime for [one] reason or another he did
    • physical and etheric bodies when the astral body and ego are outside
    • etheric and physical bodies. This is portrayed in the strange gesture
    • active, independent form the physical and etheric bodies and the ego,
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    • sensitive, he will feel that the one who has died is with him and
    • bodies as the sun influences plant growth. Similarly, the astral body
    • etheric bodies. The sunlight is not only physical, it is also of a
    • astral body and ego are within the physical and ether bodies. The
    • growth-forces wane as man awakens. Inasmuch we are plant-like, we die
    • this process we eventually die. The fundamental reason for death lies
    • of our physical and etheric bodies. We die because we live
    • so something dies in us during our waking life.
    • bodies behind and our ego and astral body now emerge as sun and moon that
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    • our aims when we gather for spiritual-scientific studies? Many ask
    • in their physical bodies on earth as they are today.
    • other bodies. The same souls who now see only the physical stars
    • why has this or that person died young. But this, too, has its source
    • when he turns his spiritual gaze to souls who have died prematurely
    • the spirit-world. This can be understood most readily if one studies
    • If, however, such a phenomenon is carefully studied by means of
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    • towards a cognition of the spiritual world. A person has died. The
    • between the one who has died and the one who remains on earth. There
    • perceptible to the one who has died. What can in fact be seen by the
    • these thoughts can be perceived by the one who has died. The
    • insight into such a situation, where the one who has died cannot find
    • spot. This is the most opportune moment for a person who has died to
    • the one who died was not an anthroposophist, the dead will
    • one who died can also understand spiritual thoughts in a language
    • death gradually fulfills itself. In reality we slowly die from birth
    • physical and etheric bodies. The physical and etheric bodies in sleep
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    • this death has a deeply moving, deeply stirring quality. Buddha died
    • earth really constitutes a special case. We live embodied within a
    • anthroposophy, the other not. The latter dies. The former can help
    • might approach him, mention to him that a person who dies was also an
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    • the physical world, if love were to die, mankind in the future would
    • instance, when a person dies prematurely as a result of an accident
    • virtue of the fact that the forces of souls who have died prematurely
    • in recent times have died in all parts of the world before their
    • direction. If, however, his karma fulfills itself so that he dies
    • lost. That is the beautiful goal of souls who die in the flower of
    • evolution that certain people die in the flower of youth.
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    • someone who has died by relieving him, for example, of anxiety about
    • something definite in life died and then continued to cling to the
    • possessed by humanity, about the several bodies composing the
    • to be studied, but what has been elaborated to a certain degree of
    • What is the purpose of studies such as are contained in this lecture?
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    • died. He loved his wife deeply and was much attached to his family.
    • have known on earth who have died before us. It is difficult to speak
    • sense, the dead can live. One who died and has no one on earth who
    • Now when such a person dies we have the possibility of helping him
    • died, and reading to him as we would to a living person, not with a
    • one knows that Christ died for the whole of humanity. Only gradually
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    • those who have died about the same time as ourselves. Here the
    • people in our time live with those who have died recently or at some
    • that have died centuries ago but this only lasts for a certain period
    • also could read to children who have died at birth or in early
    • reveals that a person who dies at an early age is less childlike in
    • Recently I came to know an individuality who died an early death. My
    • who have died young.
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    • leaves the physical and etheric bodies grows ever larger, and a time
    • two such persons die who knew one another well on earth. After death
    • died, but I also cannot find that one.” That is the voice of
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    • and if he is once born, then the second best is to die soon after
    • blossoming of the three bodies, physical, etheric and astral. So we
    • see a connection of these four bodies to which spiritual research has
    • renew again and again the life that would otherwise die.
    • an inner world. A substance which can die externally cannot become
    • had brought them knowledge. Everyone who has died could teach you
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    • for the old to die to make room for the new. Further than this
    • comprehend youth; hence it is necessary for the old to die and the
    • in four different bodies the outcome and the fruits of former
    • remedies, and the truths given out by anthroposophy work
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    • Die Beantwortung von Welt- und Lebensfragen Durch Anthroposophie.
    • Die Beantwortung von Welt- und Lebensfragen Durch Anthroposophie.
    • and laws of the spiritual worlds. When people died, they went
    • the physical plane. In the stars they studied the spiritual
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
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    • forth in this course of lectures; studies concerning what is called
    • the relations existing between the heavenly bodies, they would not
    • find it composed of heavenly bodies which regularly carry out
    • other heavenly bodies which move, indeed, with a certain rhythm, but
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma and the Animal Kingdom
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    • all the other planetary bodies belonging to our special Earth
    • so, man would have again been unable to develop. This was remedied by
    • organisation would have died. These three processes had to take place
    • small number of the physical bodies could be used and maintain
    • into the human bodies below. But certain organisms had reproduced
    • more took possession of bodies, they began to make alterations in the
    • They are the descendants of the bodies which we no longer wished to
    • occupy after the exit of the Moon. We left those bodies behind in
    • rise higher we had to go to other planets and leave the bodies below
    • which had not the luciferic influence represent what our astral bodies
    • them. We owe this liberation of our astral bodies to the circumstance
    • that all the grosser astral bodies have remained behind in the animal
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    • astral bodies. The spiritual investigator must always in the case of
    • the plant, namely, physical and etheric bodies, we have before us
    • etheric and physical bodies of the plant exist healing forces which
    • a person died at the age of seventy. He lives his life back to his
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    • astonished at the remedies and recipes which were largely used at that
    • incurability of diseases was due to what the renowned physician Dietel
    • various remedies on the course of this or that disease. Under the
    • influence of the school of Dietel, the young doctors of that day
    • learned to think of the healing value of the remedies which had been
    • remedy or not. Now Dietel was one who, for that period, collected very
    • from pneumonia were cured or died as was the case in the earlier
    • treatment with time-honoured remedies. The waiting treatment founded
    • by Dietel, and continued by Skoda consisted in bringing the patient
    • three bodies. Strange as it may sound, the individualities who have
    • person who is ill owing to the opposition of the three bodies, can
    • our studies of Spiritual Science. We know that at a certain point in
    • remedies from the ahrimanic. To-day external forces are used for the
    • would be more helped if he died, our assistance must nevertheless
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    • proofs furnished by Dietel to the effect that, given the necessary
    • deaths than the remedies ordinarily in use. At that time the term
    • according to their opinion would have the same effect as the remedies
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    • and etheric bodies. What happens with regard to those experiences
    • etheric bodies. The latter principles are those which hold together
    • down into our physical and etheric bodies, we ought in reality to
    • bodies, it would act upon them most powerfully, bringing about a
    • etheric and physical bodies.
    • bodies. Even today, might there not be a possibility with our ordinary
    • body into the etheric and physical bodies. Let us suppose that this
    • into the etheric and physical bodies, there will be disorder. In our
    • with the physical and etheric bodies than it would have sought had it
    • physical and etheric bodies than would be the case had such forces not
    • astral body penetrates further into the physical and etheric bodies
    • the physical and etheric bodies. In what then consists the action of
    • it penetrates the physical and etheric bodies further than it should?
    • our physical and etheric bodies on awaking and perceive something,
    • bodies, there must now take place something analogous to what is done
    • physical bodies than should normally take place, we shall see the
    • physical and etheric bodies by the astral body? It consists in that
    • strives after a consciousness within our physical and etheric bodies,
    • regular normal relationship to the physical and etheric bodies, and
    • penetration into the etheric and physical bodies by the astral body
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    • inclination seriously to take up anthroposophical studies, or to take
    • of the astral and etheric bodies from within. In the same way one can
    • the etheric and physical bodies. Even in dreamless sleep we have a
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    • certain causes, certain maladies towards which the karma of a person
    • souls — dwelt upon the Atlantean continent in bodies quite
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    • really healed through human assistance by means of remedies or other
    • remedies. Here we see a parallel which one may describe from Spiritual
    • driven by a dim impulse, seeks for remedies from the animal kingdom.
    • for remedies out of the vegetable kingdom. An interesting lecture
    • certain treasure of remedies which can always in some way be traced
    • came these real valuable remedies. Causes of illness, which are
    • remedies from the mineral kingdom.
    • by these words upon the systematic research on external remedies.
    • We either draw the remedies out of our surroundings, out of the
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    • nations must die out, so that the treasures each separate nation has
    • and die away, in order that from its entirety a second thing, which
    • attained its goal, those experiences which were gradually embodied in
    • down into the human astral bodies, and impregnating them with the
    • the evolution of mankind by working in upon the human astral bodies.
    • of Greece. He penetrates into the astral bodies and enkindles
    • see light, but only illuminated bodies. We do not see light, but we
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    • between death at the end of a medieval incarnation and birth into our
    • blindingly bright that the cognitive gaze dies away in the radiant
    • one gazes with glances of cognition that die away in the knowing,
    • if into forms that have died but that live on as the impulses of
    • not the self-knowledge so bandied about in Theosophical ranks but the
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    • attention to these ideas, but now he studied various articles on
    • word is the embodied thought but at the same time, for the physical
    • tempted to say, Die Soone. Dialect says, der Sun for
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    • remnant of earth epochs that have died away, of what cosmic epochs
    • ... die on recognition,
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    • physical world, living in our physical and etheric bodies. We see our
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    • Christus und die Menschliche Seele. Ueber den Sinn des Lebens.
    • leave our physical and etheric bodies behind in bed. With our astral
    • bodies go through a kind of restorative process during our sleep at
    • etheric and physical bodies, one sees what has been destroyed by
    • relation to the physical and etheric bodies, a kind of destructive
    • process as regards the physical and etheric bodies. We always destroy
    • our ego out of the etheric and physical bodies, it is as if we had
    • them, out of the physical and etheric bodies, they begin gradually to
    • and etheric bodies begin to bud and blossom, and as if an entire
    • the more we re-enter our physical and etheric bodies with our astral
    • the physical and etheric bodies.
    • world on the physical and etheric bodies, they see at night, at the
    • etheric bodies, with Autumn, in external nature. Spring corresponds
    • Occult observation shows that just as the physical and etheric bodies
    • controlling his physical and etheric bodies; a single
    • etheric bodies: how a whole vegetation springs up in him: how man is
    • of plants are wanting when his physical and etheric bodies begin to
    • plants in the physical and etheric bodies of man. In order to make
    • either in the form of diet or medicine and then we shall find the
    • was born. His father was Giovanni Santi. He died when Raphael was
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    • Christus und die Menschliche Seele. Ueber den Sinn des Lebens.
    • would of necessity die out as a community of human beings. It is true
    • that it would not die out spiritually, for its soul would pass over
    • have to die out if nothing else were there. For that which lives in
    • of the animals of the earth die out, but the group-souls are
    • could not go on, for all other creatures would die out, there would
    • animal kingdom as such would die out. And the same holds good for the
    • because otherwise creation would die out.
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    • seen from recent studies, we call them luciferic or ahrimanic,
    • essentially takes place here, and it is this that is still studied
    • absorbed by our youth when Roman history is studied. Of course, much
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    • bodies that still came to birth would have been degenerate. Egoless
    • entirely blind obedience and subjection to Rome. What did the
    • 33 A.D. He died in 33 A.D., just as any other man might have died in
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    • such studies as we are now undertaking.
    • which has already been referred to in these studies, could be founded
    • should completely die out. The interest in humanity, however, did not
    • quite die out even there because other and different mysteries were
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    • studies. This thought can be expressed as follows. Human history can
    • who had died. Little is to be found that has not been described as
    • Spiritual knowledge, however, has never died out; it is always
    • leave behind our physical and etheric bodies, we are in a world where
    • studied before. Even if it has been no more than a digression, it can
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    • the bodies still to be born on the earth would have gone about without
    • and to the expulsion of all egos, so that the bodies born would no
    • beings who only manifested in etheric bodies. The name given to this
    • and that the methods with which history is studied today enable us
    • only to the knees and dies off from there down. In such identification
    • matters must be studied concretely and objectively.
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    • from the middle of medieval times, and come to know how certain
    • Boniface was freed by his followers but he died of grief soon after.
    • to Italy in the same year as Goethe, and died the same year Goethe
    • died. This person, however, is not Goethe but a fantasy of Mr.
    • studied him, read, digested, translated him, has quite familiarized
    • (Die Geheimnisse), in which Brother Mark is guided to the
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    • In our previous studies I have tried to show that a meaning, a
    • history. Let us take an example that everyone who studies ordinary
    • Anne Boleyn, he beheaded. The third, Jane Seymour, died. The fourth,
    • who studies the constitutions of the different European countries in
    • died.
    • The gods only think certain thoughts if they live in human bodies.
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    • As the result of our many-sided studies we know that if anything
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    • organization, we are continually dying; in every moment we die. We
    • (of these substances) with the dead human bodies, is an activity in
    • Church. For this reason the Gospels are not allowed to be studied by
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    • hear the message that, according to tradition, Christ lived and died
    • representative of religion, could never have stood before an audience
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    • human capacities and forces, when these are embodied in a physical
    • human, with everything embodied in a human body as human, and to
    • could look so deeply into the events of his day, died owing to a
    • not die of hunger. Those will not die of hunger who wrote the
    • die of hunger, even in these hard days.
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    • now in the sense of the soul) that dies into the physical body just as
    • the latter dies into the earth at death. What he had in his power of
    • for the Mystery of Golgotha the physical body of man would die, that
    • his soul-life would die with his physical body. We can say out of our
    • external senses and not by walking in physical bodies among men and
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    • physical bodies in the sense that people on earth do today.
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    • dead when his body dies. He derives greater satisfaction from such a
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    • composition of these heavenly bodies. But what have all the results of
    • etheric bodies. The nature of such super-sensible experiences is of
    • reunite with the physical and etheric bodies they have no choice but
    • physical and etheric bodies, passes over into the experiences of the
    • physical and etheric bodies. This is what gives rise to all the
    • they really studied when they looked at themselves through their heart
    • enters in, the heavenly bodies become something very different from
    • violent dispute with Frau Professor Fechner because both ladies wanted
    • who never descended into physical bodies — higher beings who
    • occupied etheric bodies only, and whose instruction was imparted to
    • is dissolved it leaves the liquid cloudy. Then I add an ingredient
    • seen heavenly bodies as they pass through the zodiac. What the
    • the planets and in the heavenly bodies in general. By means of Saturn
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    • true nature of the planets: that they are not the mere physical bodies
    • in the spring learns also to die with nature in the autumn. Thus we
    • the cycle of the seasons: to learn to live with the spring and to die
    • But man must not die: he must not let himself be overpowered. He
    • rouse my soul through my inner forces before I die. First,
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    • etheric bodies with his astral body and ego. When you actually invoke
    • statement in a lecture to glance at the countenances in the audience,
    • the studies which are to lead us on from the soul-life out into the
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    • us repeatedly in former studies. We have often had to refer to the
    • physical and etheric bodies, these they seek to separate and bring
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    • bodies remaining within the human skin while the astral body is
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    • studies we made here on the last occasion leads us today first of all
    • studied very deeply by Pythagoras, for example, on his wanderings,
    • something which causes as much to die off in man each moment as is
    • would fall. Now cosmic bodies do mutually support one another, and
    • truths of Anthroposophy support one another, as the heavenly bodies
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    • ingredients. Today we generally think of things as being formed by
    • out of the earth in spring and die down in autumn; it shoots up,
    • bodies and the power of movement. At one moment they had long limbs,
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    • embodied in the word — the air, like a glandular secretion,
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    • the pupil fell on something like bodies of light raying inwards with
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    • that the spirit dies continually in matter, announces itself in
    • Wie die Wahrheit sich entzündet
    • here in these studies and in other lectures and writings.
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    • I beg you now to notice the following. He who studies
    • Die Drei, Vols. 3, 4, 5, 1927.
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    • observed and studied in the very deepest sense, in the Chthonic
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    • face, but the physiognomy of the whole man was studied with the
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    • we have already studied in preference to beginning something new.
    • planetary bodies they saw each single member of the planetary beings
    • What then would the ancients and even the medieval
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    • formic acid, and this carbonic acid which dies away. If you go into
    • The medieval natural scientist said: In man we have this
    • present. These two questions were put by the medieval natural
    • characteristic of these medieval scientists which to the man of today
    • a medieval natural scientist, a pious scientist in the Middle Ages,
    • of the great world of nature, this medieval investigator would have
    • sounds, which then pass over into harmonies and melodies, and in
    • order to withdraw again into themselves. Thus melodies reveal when
    • thought in the sense of these medieval investigators would have said:
    • These medieval investigators had the feeling: “I have
    • possessed by the medieval alchemist had remained while the knowledge
    • sadness; that was also the cause that the medieval investigators
    • again be found. These medieval investigators certainly had knowledge
    • tragic feeling to be found in these medieval investigators of nature.
    • especially in the early medieval laboratory, with his earnest deeply
    • questions in the minds of these medieval investigators of nature; and
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    • deep in soul as many an investigator to be found in the medieval
    • scepticism of the medieval investigators, by once again turning our
    • the families of the planets, of the families of the heavenly bodies,
    • is today studied through the telescope, and is regarded as being like
    • other stars, like other planets. The human body is studied by
    • epoch from the 10th to the 15th century after Christ. The medieval
    • medieval investigators made numerous experiments of this kind which
    • etc. True, this medieval alchemist knew all this from information
    • affect these medieval investigators; but in another way the medieval
    • Thus this gift of the medieval alchemist of access to the Spirits of
    • get into touch. That was the feeling of these medieval alchemists and
    • So the medieval investigators experienced this loss of
    • terribly tragic a way amongst the best of these medieval
    • these medieval investigators underwent this experience when they
    • what we have studied in these lectures as the Mysteries of
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    • I must ask my audience to be considerate
    • understand the meaning and significance of our studies, for it
    • studied also in reference to its position. Many people will
    • very outset of our studies I ask you not to take what I have to
    • Today I only wish to indicate the tenor of our studies as a
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    • empirical knowledge, if these data are studied in all their
    • the subsequent processes must be studied by a different means
    • the amnion are not studied carefully. These discarded organs
    • must be studied much more exactly than the processes that arise
    • one studies the realm of the microscopic with the methods I am
    • remedies may be derived.
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    • this morning. These relationships, however, must be studied in
    • — we obtain remedies, or at least preparations that have
    • achieved by the proper use of certain remedies that have
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    • remedies. It may not be immediately evident how this more
    • prove beneficial to administer remedies composed simply of
    • no need to confine ourselves merely to plant remedies;
    • synthetic remedies may also be prepared and cures effected by
    • synthetic remedies we can learn a great deal by understanding
    • that these remedies help, so they cannot after all be such
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    • molecularism, are such conceptions — with ingredients that could never
    • be adequate for a preliminary discussion. In the course of our studies it
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    • professional audience, as was the case when I gave a series of
    • remedies and so on, has generated a great deal of confusion in the
    • certain way. This polar opposition must be studied carefully in order
    • that could lead organically over into therapy; it must be studied
    • first elements that are to be studied about the nature of the plant in
    • leaf formation. This can be studied particularly well in a spiritual
    • scientific way if the still-brownish young birch leaves are studied in
    • If this is studied vividly, one also receives a view of forces
    • in the birch leaves into remedies. We can then give these remedies to
    • been studied in an example such as the betula alba, an overview has
    • organization is studied and if one strives to enter completely into
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    • abdominalis. The manifestations of typhus may certainly be studied
    • remedies if this connection is for some reason too loose.
    • which medical studies must proceed in the future, for these medical
    • studies are so intimately connected with the social question. Just as
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    • must ask my audience to be considerate with me to-day, because I have
    • significance of our studies, for it applies to all that may be
    • in the organism, must also be studied in reference to its
    • example I have given. At the very outset of our studies I ask you not
    • want to indicate the tenor of our studies as a whole. The human
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    • if these data are studied in all their connections. Everything I say
    • and that the subsequent processes must be studied from a different
    • development the accessory organs must be studied much more exactly
    • one studies the realm of the microscopic with the methods I am here
    • which our store of remedies may be derived.
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    • these relationships must be studied in more precise detail if they
    • puberty are of this kind — we obtain remedies, or at least
    • proper use of certain remedies which are injected into the organism.
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    • carefully followed in the preparation of our remedies. How we can
    • following of benefit: remedies composed simply of alkaline salts,
    • plant-remedies; synthetic remedies may also be prepared and cures
    • remedies we can learn very much by understanding what is going on in
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    • which is aimed at in my book, The Threefold Commonwealth (Die
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    • economics. Any one who studies modern evolution will find that these
    • embodies the determination to do full justice to those demands which
    • future. The needs for the time being must be studied, and, in
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    • in his work! Anyone who has studied history can testify to this.
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    • which I delivered in Vienna before a small audience. A larger number
    • him it appears that for the last few centuries the religious bodies
    • pretensions of the religious bodies, which have also not attained to
    • such studies have not the power actually to penetrate to the core,
    • these nerves are obedient to the will as is shown by the terrible
    • of disease. Millions have died in the effort to annihilate, to
    • cooperate as soldiers of labor in the work of rebuilding the
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    • latter part of medieval times, especially in civilized Europe. We
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    • to some among my audience my manner of dealing with the subject of
    • first studied and observed intelligently the needs of consumption.
    • bodies. That which is brought forth in this individual manner will be
    • precisely the means for the understanding of other social bodies, and
    • in the medieval splendor of his coronation robes, glittering with
    • such medieval magnificence? A world-historical lie. From the literal
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    • studies in England at a time when in Germany — for instance
    • — such studies must have remained unfruitful. In England, above
    • like an event of Nature. In Germany, it is true, the medieval
    • almost be called medieval, human thinking was undergoing a fundamental
    • between the English and the Mid-European economy. And, ladies and
    • the depreciation of the currency.” Ladies and gentlemen, all
    • We as human beings have our physical bodies, which are heavy just like
    • any other physical bodies. Your physical body will be heavier after a
    • Ladies and gentlemen, to think thus and to regard this way of thinking
    • And now another thing. If you call to mind your studies of Physics,
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    • Ladies and gentlemen, the fact is this: Consider the things from the
    • Capital. To begin with, ladies and gentlemen!
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    • Ladies and gentlemen, this might easily be taken for a piece of
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    • stage) Finance [die Geldwirtschaft]. In relation to all the
    • relationship of lenders and debtors? It is, ladies and gentlemen, very
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    • But, ladies and gentlemen, consider the matter in our present, larger
    • Well, ladies and gentlemen, in the science of Economics we stand on
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    • But, ladies and gentlemen, life does not move towards the past, nor
    • “free gift ” in the economic process as such, but, ladies
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    • ladies and gentlemen, we cannot speak of a surplus value arising
    • few days ago, to the bewilderment of a large number of the audience
    • In relation to the various branches of industry, ladies and gentlemen,
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    • principle of Law plays into Economics. For how otherwise, ladies and
    • But it undoubtedly does make a certain difference, ladies and
    • ought to be corrected if we have not the right concepts. This, ladies
    • Yet this very idea, ladies and gentlemen, often brings about the very
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    • LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
    • It is remarkable, ladies and gentlemen, that this is something which
    • Capital. It can therefore be best studied in its pure form in the life
    • Spanish possessions in the West Indies, because it was looking for
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    • learned — to think in the course of your studies. Nevertheless,
    • mistake, but you may do that even if you have studied the logic of
    • consists of nature-products (plant or animal) which have died and have
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    • free one for that time. For, ladies and gentlemen, it is only in more
    • national economy, ladies and gentlemen, they gain on the whole; they
    • will show you, ladies and gentlemen, that it is quite impossible to
    • ladies and gentlemen, is to form an idea of the changes entailed by
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    • LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
    • Perhaps, ladies and gentlemen, you will say that this is hard to
    • It does actually take place, ladies and gentlemen: In the economic
    • will die earlier than the other — earlier than the 1915 money.
    • Please note, ladies and gentlemen, that this is not a thing which does
    • bodies at the transition points between purchase-money, loaned money,
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    • LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
    • You will have seen that the main object of our present studies was to
    • ladies and gentlemen, an economy — including that economy of the
    • In this way, ladies and gentlemen, perhaps I may have been able to
    • Well, it has not been possible, ladies and gentlemen, within this
    • For this very reason, ladies and gentlemen, it gave me deep
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    • man. The Gods looked down and saw man who dies; their knowledge of
    • most effective remedies today come from that ancient epoch, little as
    • Then he died, out there in the East. And he was born again in our
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    • the physical and etheric bodies as they do in the waking state. But
    • look back with the heart-eye upon your physical and etheric bodies.
    • the physical and ether bodies. For if this experience were not
    • and etheric bodies.
    • etheric bodies, a certain tincture or quality which brings it about
    • related to the Earth with his physical and etheric bodies, so
    • and etheric bodies and has grown out into the cosmic world, and
    • die, our ether-body is present with it for the first few days.
    • search, has to take a new turn. Having studied in the past the
    • rule, a few nights will have to elapse before the one who has died
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    • and leave our physical and etheric bodies, then we take with us what
    • days into our physical and etheric bodies than men did in olden
    • spiritual diet. In the Mysteries there were leaders and guides who
    • suffering. But now the two heavenly bodies, Moon and Saturn, tend to
    • forces of the Moon. He would, in effect, prescribe a spiritual diet.
    • have today a physical diet and that is quite right and suitable for
    • us. In the olden times man felt the need for a diet of a more
    • diet also a spiritual diet. That is the mission of the present age;
    • we have our physical diet, and we must regain a feeling for the
    • importance of a spiritual diet as well. If we can do this, it will
    • of the Moon — and when we speak of these heavenly bodies, it is
    • dear to you has died, think how the memory of the event grows less
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    • will mean, I shall be able to stay on the Earth. I shall not die any
    • messengers of the Father God were able to find remedies with which to
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    • I would like to bring our recent studies to a certain conclusion. To
    • know what it signifies that man on Earth must die. Yes, it is through
    • manifest as destroying forces when man dies, which help to build his
    • Truly it is so when a human being dies. There lies his physical body
    • beings who die in successive times. From each of them in turn
    • them at all, and when he dies it may well be that he has after death
    • died go through it quickly: while for very little children, you will
    • next physical body. From the ingredients of the whole Universe you
    • therefore quite simply: a child who dies will live only for a short
    • exchange our physical bodies. Indeed, the Earth could never reach her
    • the physical bodies of men in such a way that one works for another.
    • able to go across into the bodies of those to whom they have done
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    • man. The Gods looked down and saw man who dies; their knowledge of
    • most effective remedies today come from that ancient epoch, little as
    • Then he died, out there in the East. And he was born again in our
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    • the physical and etheric bodies as they do in the waking state. But
    • look back with the heart-eye upon your physical and etheric bodies.
    • the physical and ether bodies. For if this experience were not
    • and etheric bodies.
    • etheric bodies, a certain tincture or quality which brings it about
    • related to the Earth with his physical and etheric bodies, so
    • and etheric bodies and has grown out into the cosmic world, and
    • die, our ether-body is present with it for the first few days.
    • search, has to take a new turn. Having studied in the past the
    • rule, a few nights will have to elapse before the one who has died
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    • and leave our physical and etheric bodies, then we take with us what
    • days into our physical and etheric bodies than men did in olden
    • spiritual diet. In the Mysteries there were leaders and guides who
    • suffering. But now the two heavenly bodies, Moon and Saturn, tend to
    • forces of the Moon. He would, in effect, prescribe a spiritual diet.
    • have today a physical diet and that is quite right and suitable for
    • us. In the olden times man felt the need for a diet of a more
    • diet also a spiritual diet. That is the mission of the present age;
    • we have our physical diet, and we must regain a feeling for the
    • importance of a spiritual diet as well. If we can do this, it will
    • of the Moon — and when we speak of these heavenly bodies, it is
    • dear to you has died, think how the memory of the event grows less
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    • will mean, I shall be able to stay on the Earth. I shall not die any
    • messengers of the Father God were able to find remedies with which to
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    • I would like to bring our recent studies to a certain conclusion. To
    • know what it signifies that man on Earth must die. Yes, it is through
    • manifest as destroying forces when man dies, which help to build his
    • Truly it is so when a human being dies. There lies his physical body
    • beings who die in successive times. From each of them in turn
    • them at all, and when he dies it may well be that he has after death
    • died go through it quickly: while for very little children, you will
    • next physical body. From the ingredients of the whole Universe you
    • therefore quite simply: a child who dies will live only for a short
    • exchange our physical bodies. Indeed, the Earth could never reach her
    • the physical bodies of men in such a way that one works for another.
    • able to go across into the bodies of those to whom they have done
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    • incarnated during each of these ancient periods in bodies that were
    • catastrophe, when they were incarnated in the bodies that were
    • human beings in physical bodies might gain a connection with the
    • will be capable of seeing etheric bodies, and among these etheric
    • bodies he will also be able to see the etheric body of Christ; that
    • embodied here on the physical plane and those who are already in the
    • between physically embodied human beings and spiritual beings will
    • of whether or not they will still be embodied then) that they shall
    • physical world to be able to die. One cannot in any other world learn
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    • audience. We shall gradually ascend in our considerations from the
    • already existed; they existed in different bodies, and each time they
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    • bodies at particular moments. The everyday world appeared to them in
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    • earth. In our various studies of earthly evolution we have seen how
    • the sun separated from our earth, how both became independent bodies
    • infinitely important it is not to become one-sided in our studies.
    • development. For one who studies the truth of things, however, there
    • when the whole human organism will be studied along these lines; only
    • thus reversed for the etheric bodies of man and woman, and so are the
    • the whole man can advance, the physical and etheric or life bodies
    • I in the physical and etheric bodies — and this something is
    • bodies of man in such a way that they actually create organs,
    • bodies. If we are searching for the evolution of the I itself, we
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    • faculties find Christ in that world in which only etheric bodies are
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    • the physical and etheric bodies, the sentient, rational, and
    • bodies in the right way, they will find the kingdom of heaven.”
    • said, “In former times those whose astral bodies were beset by
    • Christ, to purify their astral bodies. The place in which the astral
    • in their astral bodies with God are those who foster calmness and
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    • The greatest secrets are disclosed to one who studies its pages
    • far in its evolution, and such bodies as have remained at an earlier
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    • interwoven but that in sleep the physical and etheric bodies remain
    • inner constitution of the physical and etheric bodies lying in the
    • physically embodied form but as pure Akashic forms within the earth's
    • physical, etheric, and astral bodies and the I — are worlds for
    • divine beings. Our physical, etheric, and astral bodies and I form
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    • You will recall the studies in which we have tried to
    • modern psychoanalysis. What mattered to me in those studies was to
    • the streets and see in other human beings only their bodies, not
    • When a human being dies, he leaves behind his etheric
    • body; they then become etheric beings with these etheric bodies that
    • are induced to inhabit etheric bodies laid aside by human beings.
    • Such demonic spirits that inhabit the etheric bodies laid aside by
    • occupying the etheric bodies vacated by human beings.
    • to conquer death, if it could die with man and in this way enter the
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    • We are now cultivating studies that I have associated
    • that is, those who exploit everything that is embodied as an impulse
    • humanity, these impulses that will be embodied in this historic
    • I have mentioned in the course of these studies that
    • he dies. If one is under this influence that works directly with the
    • addition. The unfit may die of starvation, however!
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    • observations that we have made in the course of our studies with this
    • active in the ways that I have often indicated in these studies.
    • day, and the cosmic processes of morning and evening are studied. To
    • in the sense that I have spoken in these studies of spiritual weight
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    • and the like through his technology, in obedience to the laws of the
    • physical bodies on the earth. They live in them just as we live
    • so-called living in their physical bodies, though not with everyone.
    • work as spirituality. We must be clear that the dead have not died;
    • destiny is still scarcely noticed today. It will have to be studied
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    • on. What are apparently material effects can be studied in their
    • through all that does not only enter our bodies as fluid, but works
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    • differentiations come in. If the soul of one who has died
    • Try to think this with someone who has died: the crystal form of the
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    • spoken of today merely as a condition in which bodies exist. No one
    • time we studied these ideas and learned to enter into a true
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    • disembodied human being, purely spiritual, and yet at the same time
    • of which I speak may be particularly well studied in the examples of
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    • with their bodies. They had to assume such a position that the body
    • when one studies seriously such writings as those of Eliphas Levi.
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    • lightning, too, and thunder, embodied in all the meteoric element
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    • the epoch which has just elapsed. Countless souls died during that
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    • discussed and studied together here.
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    • her rosy cheeks, wastes away and dies.
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    • have not died, they must still be alive today.
    • bodies, they perceive the world around them as far as they can with
    • behind it in the spiritual world. The harmful powers of soul embodied
    • daughters. When he was about to die, he said to his three sons, “Give
    • the old king died, his sons were resolved to carry out his
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    • death. The candidate was treated like one who is about to die. He was
    • you see around you in all Nature. Man also has to die. For him, too,
    • youth and greatness of man, dies and undertakes the same journey as
    • like the things that die in Autumn-time. For in this earthly realm he
    • the earthly eye is turned to all that dies, to all things transient
    • dies, and is dissolved in the earthly prototype of the cosmic Ether
    • become aware how he himself dies in the outward semblance, while in
    • to the awakening of a higher consciousness in the soul. The soul died,
    • to this, that the body did not die, but the soul died, in order to be
    • does not die in Nature, but springs forth again in Nature. He needs to
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    • according to the whole nature of his physical and etheric bodies. It
    • so according to his special studies) — I would like to ask any
    • When man actually dies, he lays his physical body aside. He is no
    • Find' bei ihm die Geisteswende.
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    • never think that the spirit dies, but that it rises again and again.
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    • Die Okkulte Bewegung Im Neunzehnten Jahrhundert und
    • an audience of orthodox believers that the existence of the two Jesus
    • passes from one body to another. When a Dalai-Lama dies, a new
    • Dalai-Lama. Therefore when a Dalai-Lama dies the priesthood must set
    • Mahaguru is now married to her. After a year the Shaman dies. The
    • connection between the man's four bodies was intact, only the
    • A translation of parts of it, under the title “La Comedie
    • by the Count. In the meantime the mother has died. The child had told
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    • Die Okkulte Bewegung Im Neunzehnten Jahrhundert und
    • today will die and return in new incarnations. Then, having learnt
    • necessarily despair and die because they cling exclusively to the
    • are already known to us but must be studied in a certain setting if
    • existed only bodies of men with the higher members of those bodies
    • the apex of their development, took on these primitive human bodies
    • knowledge. You can imagine what such Beings in human bodies were
    • entered into these primitive, flexible, pliant bodies. And they
    • intensified, enhanced. These higher Beings working in human bodies
    • when this body died, the individuality would meanwhile be in the
    • bodies of the actual ancestors of men were not ape-like. — It
    • Moon evolution had incarnated in these pliant, flexible bodies,
    • these bodies became animal-like rather than human. Distorted forms
    • human bodies.
    • figures of Moon-Beings incarnated in human bodies. But in Tibet this
    • you have heard, these Beings were actually present in bodies, and if
    • bodies, because we ask them about the sustenance they provide for
    • course the representatives of religious bodies, because they are
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    • Die Okkulte Bewegung Im Neunzehnten Jahrhundert und
    • world of the stars. It was then that they again sought for bodies
    • the descriptions given we know, too, how different these human bodies
    • worlds to shape and mould the bodies.
    • evolution, men will be born with bodies quite definitely expressing
    • food, will have died out. Men will sing the praises of a fleshless
    • diet, for it will then be an ancient memory that the ancestors in
    • will die out, but only certain species of animals — especially
    • will no longer be possible, for etheric bodies then will no longer
    • unshakable conviction. We must know: If our etheric bodies are to be
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    • of motion which human beings display when they carry their bodies over
    • Especially in Greek art. For the early Greeks their bodies were something
    • lived in their bodies with youthful exuberance.
    • since then, we have been gradually growing away from our bodies. We
    • their human bodies were something into which they could put thoughts,
    • have gradually become estranged from our physical bodies.
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    • in order to shelter our bodies, to protect the family; otherwise we would
    • expediency to the principle of the beautiful, the aesthetic; and one often
    • erecting burial vaults, monuments, mausoleums, which embodied in their
    • me with the physical world? Ecclesiastical architecture bodies forth, as
    • tone melodies, have very much meaning in the spiritual world.”
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    • would preclude a stage room with three walls and an audience in front
    • of human bodies in order to give free reign to their wills.
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    • in Frankfurt and studied in Leipzig and Strassburg before going to Weimar,
    • Die Natuerliche Tochter.
    • on May 31, 1773, and died on April 28, 1853. Tieck — unfortunately
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    • be clouds? When reason is active, artistry dies.
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    • them; he had first to die. A living person became a corpse by dying.
    • mine not abstract but imbued with the feelings embodied in the building's
    • lecture. But, having studied man's nature from without through
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    • with the audience sitting in front, we cannot behave naturalistically.
    • a gesture toward the audience in front and addressing both the left
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    • a rule, the bodies have already become heavy, even in infancy. The
    • noise. The spirit is not active within them, because their bodies
    • offer such resistance. It is very often the case that the bodies of
    • of life it begins to die out and fall away. The process continues,
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    • they may experience the forms of the letters in their own bodies.
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    • fruit in autumn. Then they wither and die and remain in the earth
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    • nature. His impulse is to proceed from whole to parts, as in medieval
    • skilful. You should teach the children to count from their own bodies
    • “Education of Young Ladies.” At all events she knew no
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    • with the physical and etheric bodies but permeates them completely,
    • up melodies and rhythms. To show you the kind of inner picture you
    • to the spirit. When the human being dies, or before he comes down to
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    • settled entirely on grounds of expediency. If you simply find that
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    • those initial studies in anatomy, physiology and general biology,
    • elements were specialised in the bodies of man and the animals, as
    • extra-telluric forces, so also these ingredients of the organism were
    • (the teacher of Ernst Haeckel), who died in 1858, was able to overcome
    • typical effects could be studied in certain organs, and the changes of
    • the organs by disease were studied from the autopsy. With Morgagni,
    • our remedies, even when they take effect through certain forms of
    • diet, etc.?
    • knowing the therapeutic properties of material remedies; spiritual
    • science can be applied to evaluate material remedies. This will be the
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    • biology can all be studied in the light of this principle; and thus
    • friend who has died, but I become sad with him at his sad news. His
    • subsequent lectures — by appropriate diet, and even by stimulating
    • a diet which activates the digestion. (We shall deal later with the
    • special requisites of such a diet). Thus the person in question will
    • Emaciation, similarly, should receive a dietary treatment, leading to
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    • certainly some time ago. Thus, ladies afflicted with hysteria
    • found that the patient had died in the night. And Schleich's verdict
    • poisoning — the autopsy proved this; but the man died, to all
    • to the most complex. The lower organisms were first studied in their
    • studied in lower organic forms, and apply the same methods?
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    • relationship between individual remedies and individual phenomena of
    • from which our remedies are derived. In particular, until we have
    • with the connection between specific remedies and specific organs, for
    • definite connection between particular remedies and the disease of
    • bridge between the human organism in disease and remedies drawn from
    • bodies when opened smell comparatively pleasant. There is very much in
    • bodies and then evacuate them as occasion offers; but on the contrary,
    • there is a continuous equipoise between what is taken into their bodies
    • moment that you have thoughts about any organ of your bodies, or to
    • nature of man with remedies from the vegetable world, without
    • can be much better studied on the macroscopic than on the microscopic
    • younger members of my audience.
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    • remedies, that while in some cases they were of extraordinary efficacy
    • the influence of age upon the effect of remedies.
    • remedies.
    • bodies to the higher members of the human organisation, to what we
    • bodies and egos. This may appear paradoxical, but the activity
    • ego, into the physical and etheric bodies. Lazy people have very
    • etheric bodies on the other. The affinity between his soul and spirit
    • bodies. These are a few indications of what must be ascertained in the
    • these remedies after they have been gradually homeopathised, whereas
    • body, they are “foreign bodies,” causing really awful disturbances and
    • and physical bodies, have an organic hunger or thirst for salt; that
    • want to cancel the process of earth-formation within their own bodies,
    • tend to be one-sided towards the use of mineral remedies. This
    • antipathy is not justifiable. As we shall see, purely plant remedies
    • remedies are of great service, particularly in more serious cases. So
    • I ask you not to take offense, if I start from mineral remedies, from
    • the efficacy of mineral remedies, however, which are incorporated
    • the astral body and ego to the physical and etheric bodies.
    • differently in plant, animal or man — can be observed and studied
    • macroscopically. The human soul can be studied to much better effect,
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    • Galileo, from which to study the paths of the heavenly bodies; they
    • by origin; they are foreign bodies that have become attracted and
    • influence of the inner heavenly bodies, Moon, Mercury and Venus, on
    • astral body of man leave the physical and etheric bodies, and that on
    • bodies are not in or near a line from Saturn to the earth. Then the
    • the studies made of old as to the properties of the various metals —
    • action of the remedies they obtained depended on the matrix from which
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    • to more special studies.
    • this vocabulary may best be rendered for a more unprepared audience.
    • frequent risk of the elasticity of the physical and etheric bodies not
    • bodies.
    • harmony of elasticity in physical and etheric bodies is of course
    • or dieting, or special treatment in childhood, and especially in early
    • physical and etheric bodies) are extra-telluric as well as telluric,
    • powers of the soul is immense. These things should be studied; they
    • What I have said does not mean any “pushing” of certain remedies. But
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    • be traced back to the imprint of these higher bodies in the realm of
    • Here we have the “ratio” for finding remedies and light is thrown on
    • Thus it becomes possible to regard all that happens within our bodies,
    • medicine man is studied only from the organs, considered externally.
    • works from outside into our bodies. Outside in the world there is an
    • Most of the foundations for our special studies and inquiries have now
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    • of taste; and hides, secretes within our bodies, what is thus revealed
    • water ought to be studied.
    • our bodies than the four systems of organs mentioned above. As the
    • forget that the regions of our bodies most akin to silicon are those
    • their healing effect is not counteracted by the habitual diet of the
    • such a sense will lead to a certain valuation concerning remedies. On
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    • guiding threads to find out in a rational way the curative remedies.
    • we may learn a variety of facts about our human bodies, if we only
    • constituents of lavender are powerful remedies for what I may term
    • In considering the application of herbal remedies — and in fact all
    • certain degree of fanaticism) to plant remedies alone, to bear this in
    • also through those ingredients in their composition which appertain to
    • difference between animal and vegetable diets is based on the
    • that there is considerable relief from fatigue, if a vegetarian diet
    • sources of disturbance by a meat diet. As already made plain, I am not
    • food, that require meat in their diet. This depends on the individual
    • consumption of food that has been cooked. Raw food diet is much more
    • on a diet of raw food and you will see how materially the effect of
    • because — as I believe — till now, so little studied and understood.
    • They are studied to some extent it is true, but empirically, without
    • must be able to say; in this case I cannot prescribe raw diet, for it
    • by vegetable remedies, as well as by administering substances which
    • For example, anyone who studies the external origin of syphilis must
    • of vegetable remedies, e.g., rich in formative power, which may be
    • embryological evolution must be studied wholly as part of the relation
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    • explicitly in public lectures, as a public audience still lacks the
    • attempt to prepare homeopathic remedies; including for our present
    • of how substances die and are re-born, within our human organism. This
    • of our bodies. Against the processes there in operation and their
    • if carefully studied, leads to a proper chemical science. For the
    • have been brought to our earth from other celestial bodies. So these
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    • nature so many diverse ingredients capable of acting favourably
    • bond between the etheric and physical bodies; so even in the waking
    • physical bodies. This looser link between the two groups, the upper
    • and physical bodies — is a true mirror-image of the loose admixture
    • connection between astral and etheric bodies, and concurrently between
    • atmosphere play also particular parts within our human bodies. Their
    • ingredients of albumen are the four main natural substances, carbon,
    • meditation you will become aware of things in your own bodies which
    • lay audiences, because of the tendency which then arises. I shall
    • this or that substance.” It is more convenient to diet or inject, than
    • a metallic nature introduced into our bodies, has to do with the
    • ingredient which is generally — practically always — present in
    • forth, which are external to our bodies. Even if we look at the human
    • application of remedies, through friction, by means of ointments, and
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    • the field of externally applied remedies, ointments, salves, and so
    • of carcinomatous growths. Carcinoma, if objectively studied, shows
    • Certain not precisely old but somewhat medieval technical terms are
    • medieval, I refer not to the Middle Ages but to those times which we have
    • at also by the metallic ingredients of other plants. But the
    • ointment, especially in combination with other favorable ingredients.
    • and active life dies out, and man begins to brood and follows
    • mental diseases with physical remedies. That is a matter of major
    • These conditions may be studied from life itself. Take such substances
    • luxuries, but not, as yet, as therapeutic remedies in the accepted
    • promoted by other means than this or that form of diet. But in order
    • diet. For the fact of habitual consumption of any special food
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    • and dies in the most violent paroxysms. If the plant is near at hand,
    • will have to be studied which at present alas is studied only with
    • the plant in very truth contains both the physical and etheric bodies
    • certain ailments which we cannot get at with mere vegetable remedies.
    • I would even say that to treat human complaints with herbal remedies
    • appropriate potassium salt ingredients, is indicated if a patient is
    • hand, powerful remedies for the defects of what is external inside the
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    • its relief and recovery through the sort of remedies I have just
    • “sleeping it off.” For all other “remedies,” which are applied and
    • during the years of youth. We form and build up our bodies in youth,
    • embodied by the organism; for all that operates in the soul's life,
    • the characteristics we have discussed in these studies. For it is
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    • bodies, each “going their own way” But the fact that in this extremity
    • of diet which are, however, closely related to our present theme.
    • Questions of diet are so important because they have social as well as
    • whether the dietetic rules of Mazdaznan or other special schools and
    • further estimate of actual dosage of remedies. You see in the process
    • medieval Catholic asceticism in the region of thought. This asceticism
    • organic sphere, with materially effective remedies, that is with low
    • can choose a certain diet for myself — and it is important to bear
    • choice of food. And that diet can do me much good. But there is a very
    • appreciable difference according to whether I adopt this diet as a
    • of indifference, and equally beneficial, whether the diet that suits
    • physician. The ultimate result is seen in the fact that the diet
    • collaboration in questions of diet; this helps to keep the mind active
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    • So too must those diseases which can appear as epidemics be studied
    • the diet, but the whole habit and action of life — operates
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    • studied in a very abstract manner. Certainly it is not studied in such
    • hæmophiliac to bleed to death; they may die from attacks of nose
    • intellectual modern man. The substance thus studied was antimony and
    • smoke that forms from it reveals a certain kinship to cold bodies and
    • itself in contact with other bodies.
    • exerted by these three planetary bodies upon the earth.
    • actually antimony, if we disregard all the ingredients brought into
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    • the internal physical processes of our bodies, as for instance the
    • be prepared, first of all for a whole system of dietetics, and then
    • indeed one of the best of remedies, but only if employed to the right
    • bodies. This process may coincide with a withdrawal of the etheric
    • bodies can both take their due share of the organic effects and
    • especially in the therapeutic literature, we find the remedies
    • remedied if through such an inner study of human and extra-human
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    • education and the relationships of the four bodies of the human being,
    • variety of remedies and treatments are discussed along with many details
    • choose defective rather than healthy bodies. The liver enables
    • parents who tend to beget sick or feeble bodies who will be chosen,
    • while those who would be capable of producing good bodies will remain
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    • education and the relationships of the four bodies of the human being,
    • variety of remedies and treatments are discussed along with many details of
    • audience. Our people's love for Schiller, youth's adoration for him,
    • to write ballads like “Die Kindesmörderin”, etc.,
    • his tragedies, which stimulate fear and compassion in the spectators
    • criminal qualities in the public and enable the audience to enjoy a
    • when firm hold is taken of the physical and etheric bodies, and then
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    • variety of remedies and treatments are discussed along with many details of
    • they are within the physical and etheric bodies. An accurate
    • membered into the physical and etheric bodies is indispensable if we
    • remedies, nor should we shrink from doing so. As soon as the
    • important to intervene in early childhood with actual remedies. In
    • the remedies that are in general use for the purpose, or with
    • remedies prescribed by us under certain conditions, remedies like
    • should be studied by anyone who wants to form his conclusions
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    • education and the relationships of the four bodies of the human being,
    • variety of remedies and treatments are discussed along with many details of
    • studies, so that we may be able, from tomorrow onwards, to pass on to
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    • variety of remedies and treatments are discussed along with many details of
    • sulphurous nature. If, on the other hand, we give him a diet that is
    • instinctively preferred a particular diet, which worked
    • we were to give them in early childhood a diet that suits their need
    • — a diet, that is, consisting of rather salty food.
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    • variety of remedies and treatments are discussed along with many details of
    • into the physical and ether bodies — and, in fact, also on the
    • ether and physical bodies, arsenic baths will be your obvious remedy.
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    • education and the relationships of the four bodies of the human being,
    • variety of remedies and treatments are discussed along with many details of
    • bodies, it begins to manifest in animal form.
    • etheric and physical bodies.
    • to induce a harmonious co-operation of astral and ether bodies.
    • difficulty in diving down into the ether and physical bodies. A
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    • variety of remedies and treatments are discussed along with many details of
    • has died of a heart attack.
    • has died of a heart attack. The following became clear to me and I
    • since the child was born, and the father dies of a heart attack.
    • obedient little gentleman, he brought them to her. What did she do,
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    • education and the relationships of the four bodies of the human being,
    • variety of remedies and treatments are discussed along with many details of
    • right stimulation is provided in order for the remedies to be able to
    • itself into the ether and physical bodies in a harmonious manner. To
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    • variety of remedies and treatments are discussed along with many details of
    • inherited? Geology of locality to be studied. The Saal region
    • ether and physical bodies set up a powerful resistance. What should
    • treatment will consist then of these two remedies. You probably
    • twenty years old and the father twenty-two, died young of pneumonia.
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    • variety of remedies and treatments are discussed along with many details of
    • melodies. Poems with refrain recommended. Medical treatment and
    • little girl's memory for simple folk-melodies? (Frl. Dr. K.: “She
    • remedies will no longer be very effective. And that can be an
    • Wer heut' heimwärts sucht die Pfade
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    • education and the relationships of the four bodies of the human being,
    • variety of remedies and treatments are discussed along with many details of
    • essential in man died right away. Up to that time, and even still
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    • the audience to whom Anthroposophy is still but little known;
    • bodies. Thus we learn to know our own inner being.
    • way of remedies in recent times we find that they have only
    • of new remedies also, a fact which is made possible by the same
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    • because the physical and etheric bodies are continually
    • remedies. When we have studied this inner state of balance in
    • bodies or foreign processes. On the other hand, if the higher
    • studied individually in the case of them all. Moreover the
    • remedies. But now let us observe the kidneys which our
    • new remedies is being prepared in accordance with the
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    • etheric bodies. It can so happen that the organism of nerves
    • bound to the physical and etheric bodies. There is really a
    • excessively strong digestive process. And then foreign bodies
    • Before such remedies can be prepared we must understand the
    • plant-remedies, I mentioned equisetum
    • — the physical and etheric bodies bud and blossom; when
    • he is awake the forces of the physical and etheric bodies are
    • bodies and observe what is going on when the astral body and
    • let us imagine that we are looking for plant-remedies.
    • if we are to apply effective plant-remedies and develop a
    • number of remedies. Let me, for example, mention the following.
    • results are obtained with our remedies precisely in those cases
    • remedies.
    • forms of life which resemble our physical and etheric bodies
    • studied should be as far as possible in a state of movement;
    • man and of Nature. Naturally, therefore, the kind of remedies
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    • so many people in the audience to whom Anthroposophy is still
    • build up and again disintegrate our own bodies. Thus we learn
    • remedies in recent times we find that they have only been
    • this, Anthroposophy offers a whole series of new remedies also,
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    • bodies are continually being disintegrated, there exists in the
    • of course to extract our remedies. When we have studied this
    • — man would be filled with foreign bodies or foreign
    • every human organ and must be studied individually in the case
    • three ways of applying remedies. But now let us observe the
    • Arlesheim.] where a whole range of new remedies is being
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    • of the physical and etheric bodies. It can so happen that the
    • physical and etheric bodies. There is really a continual
    • digestive process. And then foreign bodies are absorbed; a
    • remedies can be prepared we must understand the relationship
    • lecture, in indicating how we arrive at plant-remedies, I
    • — the physical and etheric bodies bud and blossom; when
    • he is awake the forces of the physical and etheric bodies are
    • and etheric bodies and observe what is going on when the astral
    • imagine that we are looking for plant-remedies. Gentians
    • are to apply effective plant-remedies and develop a rational
    • remedies. Let me, for example, mention the following. If the
    • that the best results are obtained with our remedies precisely
    • in man, can work as remedies.
    • which resemble our physical and etheric bodies and which we eat
    • studied should be as far as possible in a state of movement;
    • Nature. Naturally, therefore, the kind of remedies that we
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    • This is the first of our super-physical bodies. We may say, then, that
    • away from the combination of the physical and etheric bodies, and
    • and the physical bodies, or between the astral and etheric, or between the
    • Therefore, it will be understood that, just as one studies physical
    • extremities and periphery of our bodies — in fact, everywhere
    • these can be studied in practice at Dr. Ita Wegman's Clinical
    • spiritual nature of the action of the remedies, we shall discover the
    • there are always exceptions, which may also be studied.)
    • parasitic. More closely studied, one discovers that any tree which has
    • remedies in the manner of the chemist — in the sense in which the
    • chemist speaks and thinks of remedies — but it is a question of
    • product in all the expanse of Nature may be studied, and the question
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    • This is the first of our super-physical bodies. We may say, then, that
    • away from the combination of the physical and etheric bodies, and
    • and the physical bodies, or between the astral and etheric, or between the
    • Therefore, it will be understood that, just as one studies physical
    • extremities and periphery of our bodies — in fact, everywhere
    • these can be studied in practice at Dr. Ita Wegman's Clinical
    • spiritual nature of the action of the remedies, we shall discover the
    • there are always exceptions, which may also be studied.)
    • parasitic. More closely studied, one discovers that any tree which has
    • remedies in the manner of the chemist — in the sense in which the
    • chemist speaks and thinks of remedies — but it is a question of
    • product in all the expanse of Nature may be studied, and the question
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    • [Aufruf an das deutsche Volk und die Kulturwelt
    • [Die Kernpunkte der sozialen
    • consciousness of my manhood!’ — That, ladies and
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture I: The Principle of Spiritual Economy in Connection with Questions of Reincarnation: An Aspect of the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind
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    • and astral bodies of the great initiates and avatars that were
    • spiritual abstract of this body — the tincture medieval
    • that the ego had been embodied. On the other hand, the
    • bodies can have different values depending on the kinds of
    • bodies that the latter had become too valuable simply to be
    • seven best etheric bodies belonging to the seven greatest
    • that they were suited to absorb the preserved etheric bodies.
    • the seven etheric bodies of the greatest initiates, went to
    • the seven Rishis who bore the preserved etheric bodies of the
    • Possessing their own astral bodies and egos but being endowed
    • with the etheric bodies of those great sages, these Rishis
    • etheric bodies became active in them. In that sense they were
    • use. Not all etheric bodies dissolve after death, but some of
    • bodies they had received.
    • the transmission of these seven etheric bodies that the
    • pioneering personality dies, his or her etheric body is
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture II: Christianity in Human Evolution: Leading Individualities and Avatar Beings
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    • and astral bodies of the great initiates and avatars that were
    • repeatedly reincarnated — reembodiedduring the
    • bodies for their further progress. However, in order to
    • nevertheless descend vicariously into corporeal bodies such
    • successive generations, the etheric bodies of all descendants
    • bodies of the Hebrews. In addition, Shem's own etheric
    • etheric and astral bodies could be multiplied because of the
    • etheric and astral bodies of Jesus of Nazareth were
    • bodies could be woven into that particular person's
    • etheric bodies of a large number of people who wore these
    • woven into the etheric bodies of the pillars of Christianity
    • bodies of the most important pillars of Christianity. In
    • astral bodies a direct force of strength, of devotion, and of
    • bodies because the latter had copies of the astral body of
    • bodies, and this enabled him to accomplish what he did. Many
    • astral bodies in a similar fashion.
    • and all other pillars of medieval mysticism.
    • own etheric bodies. Later, human beings, one might say,
    • medieval Christian science. It is not only that Copernicus
    • development in the physical, etheric, and astral bodies and
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    • and astral bodies of the great initiates and avatars that were
    • Atlantis, but in bodies that were in part considerably
    • the entire universe. All the heavenly bodies of our solar
    • were in a way destined to die out with their culture,
    • that the etheric body dissolves after a human being has died;
    • is not the case that the etheric bodies of all human beings
    • are dissolved in the universal ether. Etheric bodies such as
    • these initiates were woven into their etheric bodies, and it
    • etheric bodies of the great initiates had simply been
    • the Sun Oracle to preserve the etheric bodies of the seven
    • group of simple people to Asia, He carried the etheric bodies
    • could wrap up etheric bodies and put them into boxes for
    • safekeeping. What is certain, however, is that etheric bodies
    • sufficiently prepared to have the preserved etheric bodies of
    • into their own etheric bodies. Thus, the preserved etheric
    • the Sun Oracle had seven individuals whose etheric bodies
    • their etheric bodies contained the forces of the seven great
    • re-embodiment of the ego, but rather of the etheric bodies of
    • by the fact that they had received these etheric bodies
    • certain times their etheric bodies were capable of letting
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  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture IV: Results of Spiritual Scientific Investigations of the Evolution of Humanity: I
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    • and astral bodies of the great initiates and avatars that were
    • that continent had bodies that were quite different from
    • human bodies in our age and by our standards would appear
    • or a little longer. The bodies of the Lemurians had gigantic
    • into the astral bodies of human beings, who had not yet
    • permeated His three bodies — the physical, the etheric,
    • the physical, etheric, and astral bodies of humanity.
    • Christ's etheric and astral bodies multiplied like a grain of
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture V: Results of Spiritual Scientific Investigations of the Evolution of Humanity: II
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    • higher bodies, was almost completely removed from the
    • into being; these were destined to be woven into the bodies
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    • and astral bodies of the great initiates and avatars that were
    • are made may make this expedient.
    • threefold physical, etheric, and astral bodies of Jesus of
    • that Christ indwelled the three bodies of Jesus of Nazareth,
    • particularly the astral and etheric bodies. After Christ cast
    • off the bodies of Jesus of Nazareth, they were still present
    • astral bodies were present in the spiritual world. And for
    • bodies. Many of these individuals conceived the Christian
    • Nazareth was woven into the astral bodies of certain
    • own astral bodies — the source of their knowledge
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VII: The Macrocosmic and the Microcosmic Fire: The Spiritualization of Breath and Blood
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    • The legend tells us that when it was time for Kashyapa to die
    • lightning fire, and the same microcosmic God who is embodied
    • astral bodies, and the ego. They can rise to higher stages of
    • and incarnate themselves from time to time in human bodies,
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VIII: The Event of Golgotha. The Brotherhood of the Holy Grail. The Spiritualized Fire.
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    • and astral bodies of the great initiates and avatars that were
    • mountain. After he had died there in full consciousness, his
    • placed could be readied, cleansed, and ennobled. When
    • bodies were henceforth present in the spiritual world and
    • etheric and astral bodies of Jesus of Nazareth is present in
    • etheric bodies were interwoven with the etheric body of Jesus
    • of the historical Christ and his bodies. During the time from
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture IX: Ancient Revelation and Learning How to Ask Modern Questions
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    • the etheric bodies of the great Atlantean initiates had been
    • existed that such etheric bodies, which had been cultivated
    • bodies are formed in the higher worlds. When somebody was
    • multiplied etheric bodies then form a web that is continually
    • out the three highly developed bodies of Jesus. Invisible to
    • copies of the etheric and astral bodies of Jesus of Nazareth
    • were available from the time he died on the cross. This has
    • took possession of these three bodies and of that which
    • something like the various bodies of Jesus of Nazareth, but
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    • bodies at baptism in the Jordan River, and the Sun God
    • years in the bodies of Jesus of Nazareth. And this is how
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    • and astral bodies of the great initiates and avatars that were
    • into our finer bodies.
    • the ones they lead in our present physical bodies. However,
    • Development would have been too slow, and their bodies would
    • happened in the case of the etheric bodies of the seven
    • purified, the spiritualized etheric and astral bodies do not
    • bodies developed by the great initiates, but it would lead me
    • say that these bodies were kept by the preservers of the
    • with him the seven etheric bodies of the greatest Atlantean
    • etheric bodies of the seven greatest initiates of the ancient
    • most highly developed etheric bodies of the seven most
    • significant initiates. These etheric bodies had streamed into
    • die with him. Far away from the place where Galileo had
    • bodies that he had sacrificed. He was reborn as Zarathas or
    • bodies, was also able to give up his external sheath to Him
    • who had died so disgracefully on the cross had been the
    • Nazareth — the etheric and astral bodies and the ego of
    • copies of the etheric and astral bodies and of the ego of
    • things enhance this weaving of spiritual bodies into the soul
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    • Centenary Edition is: Initiations-Erkenntnis. Die geistig und
    • only the physical rays of the sun from reaching other bodies, whereas
    • the audience sat with their umbrellas up, because just before the
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    • supporter of the theory showed his audience clearly how it is all the
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    • i.e., impressed upon the etheric and physical bodies — and then
    • physical bodies. Only then is it firmly fixed in the etheric body so
    • bodies, and the result is always that what we have experienced
    • is fully our own. It fluctuates between the astral and etheric bodies,
    • bodies were their, whereas actually they belong to the whole Cosmos.
    • bodies, it is then part, not only of ourselves but of the Cosmos. It
    • remain just things which can be studied but convey no real meaning.
    • But ... he died two years later. That was the reality; the other
    • the audience grew longer and longer. Schelling did in fact speak in a
    • audience had no idea what he was after. Trendelenburg, well-known
    • our studies to a close, not however without expressing a wish that
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    • conceptions of medicine and remedies. The primeval wisdom once
    • exposed to the seething of the fire-giants. They studied what the
    • This they did. They studied what takes place in the thawing earth, in
    • their remedies, their healing hers and the like, all of which were
    • already then arose, they treated it as a weed. Among the many remedies
    • this there are no remedies, and it can only lead to death.
    • To go more into detail, we too today speak of medicine and remedies in
    • priest regarded his remedies. For he felt the Sun-forces which he knew
    • these remedies in which the giant-forces were subdued and held in
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    • the person who has been hated or disliked dies, it is often the case
    • justifiable, will die out because of the shame it entails after the
    • for those whose Karma has led them to die before ourselves. That is
    • together and are anxious that any member who dies should, before his
    • world a man we knew on earth who recently died leaving behind him
    • dislike are innocent, so to speak. When such a teacher dies, one sees
    • reflect, when the teacher dies, that he ought not to go on hating him,
    • who have died before us by reading to them about spiritual things. The
    • recently died, he came to the conclusion that the soul of his father
    • Leonardo da Vinci and studies his paintings, one observes that this
    • course of the heavenly bodies. We can always reckon that these things
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    • certain circles, the movements of the etheric body began to be studied
    • believe that as soon as they die they enter eternal bliss for all
    • decay and die out, will feel the longing within him to see Spiritual
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    • thought soon died. Today the time has come when it must again awaken
    • spiritual, that he would in a certain way die to the spiritual.
    • origin; as to his soul-being he will die away, as it were, in the
    • art threatened by the danger that thy soul will die away in the
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    • man through the Resurrection of Christ would find the force to die in
    • earthly life, so as to be able to die in Him — that is, to be
    • able to die, not at death but when one is living.
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    • spirit-and-soul we are outside the physical and etheric bodies during
    • “I have studied, alas! Philosophy, Jurisprudence and Medicine too, and
    • they are inner tragedies. Again in this respect, Faust reveals himself
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    • churchyard where etheric bodies are still present over the graves of
    • thoughts which are still remaining in the etheric bodies of the dead
    • persons. Suppose someone has died only a short time ago leaving debts
    • behind him; he died with the thought that he has incurred debts. Then
    • the person after he has died. We do not of course ordinarily perceive
    • leave of the soldiers I met three men. They wanted to exhume a dead
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    • Ihr, meine Schwestern, die ihr
    • Seid mir es auch in dieser Stunde,
    • Ich kann die Zeichen schauen,
    • Die uns zur Arbeit lenken.
    • Die Brüder in dem Tempel,
    • Die Kraft zum Höhenfluge.
    • Die Gaben, die du sammelst
    • Die du gefestigt im Innern bist,
    • Die Seelenstrahlen lenken kannst.
    • Die Leidbeladenen,
    • Die Glück Erflehenden.–
    • Ich will die Liebesströme,
    • Die Welt erwarmenden,
    • Die reifen Früchte pflücken
    • diene, tret’ ich mit immer neuem Schauer, und meine Seele
    • geniessen; ihm schwärmen abwärts immer die Gedanken nach
    • seines Vaters Wohnung, an jene Stellen, wo die goldne Sonne zum
    • erstenmal den Himmel vor ihm aufschloss, wo die Spiele der
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  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture II: The Art of Recitation and Declamation
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    • Da tanzten die Elfen auf grünen
    • Erlkönigs Tochter reicht ihm die Hand.
    • Da kam die
    • Die Braut hub auf den Scharlach rot,
    • Die zwei Berge haderten;
    • Den die ganze Welt vernahm.
    • Die ich sonst noch niederstreckte,
    • Die Bergeshöhn, warum so schwarz?
    • Woher die Wolkenwoge?
    • Entführet die Verblichnen;
    • Die Jungen treibt er vor sich hin,
    • Schleppt hinter sich die Alten;
    • Die Jüngsten aber, Säuglinge,
    • Da riefen ihm die Greise zu,
    • Die Junglinge, sie knieten:
    • Die Alten da erquicken sich,
    • Die Jugend schleudert Steine,
    • Die Knaben zart zerstreuen sich
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  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture III: The Art of Recitation and Declamation
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    • Hoch zu Flammen entbrannte die mächtige Lohe
    • Rot durch die finstere Nacht; der aufgeschichteten
    • Wo er die Stunden durchwachte, die
    • Ohne die Augen zu wenden von Pergamos’
    • Aber als nun die Wut nachliess des fressenden
    • Allgemach, und zugleich mit Rosenfingern die
    • Gegen Antilochos hin und sprach die
    • Aber ich werd’ ihn nicht sehen. Die
    • Soll dies also nun sein, wie mir es
    • die Götter entbieten,
    • Fleissig haben mir schon die
    • Rings umgraben den Raum, die Erde warfen sie
    • Aber wachsen soll mir das Werk! Ich eile, die
    • Aufzurufen, die mir noch Erde mit Erde zu
    • befördr’ ich die Hälfte.
    • Euer sei die Vollendung, wenn bald
    • mich die Urne gefasst hat!’
    • Also sprach er und ging und schritt durch die Reihe
    • Winkend jenem und diesem und rufend andre
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  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture IV: Poetry and the Art of Speech
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    • Soll er auf die Felsen trauen?
    • Selbst die festen Felsen beben.
    • Fühle, was dies Herz empfindet,
    • Dieser Schoss, der keimetragende,
    • Die jahrtausend lange Fron.
    • Isis nicht, die Kronen tragende,
    • Doch die unberührte, ewige
    • Wie die
    • Wirst die wollnen
    • Die zu grünen
    • Wenn die Räder rasselten,
    • Durch diese hohle Gasse muss er
    • Vollend’ ich’s. – Die Gelegenheit ist
    • Die Milch
    • Die armen
    • Kindlein, die unschuldigen,
    • Anzog – als mir die Hand
    • du. – Er sandte dich in diese Lande,
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  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VI: Speech-Formation and Poetic Form
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    • den Lauf, begrenzt die weite Schale.
    • Die Welle
    • Das Tier, die Pflanze, diese Wesen
    • noch die un-menschliche Geduld der Erde;
    • endlich kam die grosse Stunde:
    • auf die ich mich gezüchtet
    • Die Vögelein schweigen im
    • die recken
    • die helden hetens in ir pflëgen.
    • Die hërren wâren
    • die recken ûzerkorn.
    • in dienten von
    • Die drî künige
    • ouch die besten
    • Die zwêne
    • dër die hërren
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    • From Die Nibelungen.
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    • re-create for his audience. The poet must submerge himself in the
    • “Hymnus an die Natur” (abridged, as occasion demanded,
    • Sie lebt in lauter Kindern; und die Mutter, wo
    • sie? – Sie ist die einzige Künstlerin; sie spielt
    • Die Menschen sind alle in ihr, und sie in
    • Auch das Unnatürlichste ist Natur, auch die
    • Zungen und Herzen, durch die sie
    • Ihre Krone ist die
    • ist immer dieselbe.
    • ihr Verdienst!
    • Die nie bricht und
    • Schifft die Liebe, kundig lächelnd;
    • Steigt als Wolke, die als Regen
    • Und die
    • Die vom Ost zum West sich schwingt,
    • Der die Berge
    • Durch die weiten Meereswüsten,
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  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VII: The Uttering of Syllables and the Speaking of Words
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    • stehn die Höhn umfahn von
    • Wohl noch als Träne, doch die dem
    • Sich durch die blonden, goldnen Wimpern
    • Das um die Wette spriesst und rauscht und
    • Die Flur durchjauchzt, des Segens freud’ger
    • Die alten Greu’l, die blut’ge
    • Land, gleich ihrem Aug’ die Hütte,
    • Einst, da begab sich’s, dass im Feld die
    • däuchtis zu grad und schwer die Finder,
    • Die Eltern sehn es, – doch sie kennen’s
    • die Nachbarn in der Runde,
    • Die Nachbarn sehn
    • Und, als sein Spaten rings die Hüll’
    • Er ruft herbei die Nachbarn in der
    • Wo ich die Schlange bin, bist du die
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    • nur durch die Wiederkehr von vielen
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  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VIII: The Interaction of Breathing and Blood-Circulation
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    • breathed in was formerly an ingredient in the cosmos, and it will
    • afterwards become an ingredient in the cosmos once more. In
    • sich die Paare
    • Wie, vom Zephyr gewiegt, der leichte Rauch in die
    • Jetzt als wollt es mit Macht durchreissen die Kette
    • Schnell vor ihm her entsteht ihm die Bahn, die
    • Stürzt der zierliche Bau dieser beweglichen
    • Nur mit verändertem Reiz stellet die Regel
    • zerstört, es erzeugt sich ewig die drehende
    • wie geschiehts, dass rastlos erneut die Bildungen
    • Und die
    • eilenden Lauf findet die einzige Bahn?
    • Die zum geselligen Tanz ordnet den
    • Die, der Nemesis gleich, an des
    • Lenkt die brausende Lust und die
    • Und dir rauschen umsonst die
    • dieses erhabnen Gesangs?
    • So dient der
    • DIE GEISTER AM MUMMELSEE
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  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture IX: The Alliteration and Terminal Rhyme
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    • Lives from bodies ere break of day,
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • of life we feel the etheric and astral bodies as though enclosed in
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    • bodies were formed, and in one of them up to the twelfth year, and in
    • incarnated for the first time in earthly bodies; back to the event
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • body was already sown, was embodied, during the Saturn evolution.
    • then in this germ, in its altered form, the etheric was embodied.
    • is it conceivable that the part of us which was embodied during the
    • every time a person dies. It would be a remarkable drama if Maya —
    • indicate a man between birth and death. The man dies. The time when
    • he dies is marked by the point where the circle touches the line A–B.
    • die!’ What endless depth lies in these words: Lose the
    • suffering and advises him to renounce God and die; his friends come
    • falls on everything Job says. ‘Renounce thy God and die.’
    • This signifies that he who does not renounce his God does not die.
    • That is implied in these words. But then, what does ‘die
    • mean? To die means to throw off the physical body. External Maya
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • someone who has studied Spiritual Science a little, but not very
    • oxygen, as man consists of physical, etheric and astral bodies, and
    • members, the physical, etheric and astral bodies and the Ego, just as
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies are laid aside, and that the
    • the etheric and astral bodies is still invisible. And when the Ego is
    • etheric and astral bodies were still invisible, man was thrown down
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies under the influence of Lucifer,
    • astral bodies, but not the Ego. This is what happened in the case of
    • then left this cohesion of physical, etheric and astral bodies. And
    • We now have the physical, etheric and astral bodies of a man, and the
    • other two bodies visible and so makes the body of Jesus of Nazareth
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    • Adam the bodies of earth-men are descended, in so far as these men
    • have the body that crumbles away, even so are the spiritual bodies,
    • each of these new bodies as having an intimate connection with the
    • outside their physical bodies, by overcoming their physical bodies,
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    • three-fold bodies of other men. And this enabled the individuality of
    • development we go through in our bodies are of benefit to the
    • individuality. Our bodies enable our individuality to absorb the
    • our bodies, we do not usually leave in them what we have achieved and
    • special conditions something may remain in the bodies; but it is not
    • the rule that the individuality should leave behind in his bodies
    • left behind the three bodies, physical, etheric, and astral. But all
    • died for our sins in accordance with the scriptures, that He was
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    • action will not die when I die; it will have a consequence which will
    • at that time in preparation for the Christ-Event was re-embodied
    • which comes from such studies. With this we will close, taking with
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 2: The Deed of Christ and the Opposing Spiritual Powers. Lucifer, Ahriman, Asuras.
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    • in the bodies of those forefathers, lived on the ancient continent of
    • known in medieval times as the Spirits of “Satan” — who must
    • the spiritual world, not incarnate in earthly bodies. We know that at
    • spiritual world? When I die I go into the spiritual world in any case
    • trouble about the spiritual before I die? When the time comes I shall
    • of orientalists to say that the Buddha died from eating too much pork
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    • innocence, obedient in his every action to the impulses instilled into
    • above medieval superstitions will do well to remember the words in
    • wrought by him in the bodies of men in order to spread phantoms and
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    • are concerned here with the three lower bodies only. There is the
    • body, a shining oval. When a human being dies today, the higher
    • bodies, including the etheric body, rise out of the physical body.
    • activity of the higher bodies and the physical body. There was no
    • achieve mastery over the still higher bodies. This process which is an
    • of the etheric body and of the higher bodies which, in the course of
    • conscious in the higher bodies. In the present sub-race of the Fifth
    • bodies. We are moving towards a very definite goal, for we are on the
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    • Founders of ancient religions were regarded as embodied Angels,
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  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • sculpture, painting, music and other arts. He embodied with
    • done is to stimulate and assume that the audience will inwardly
    • his art. The power born in his soul as he embodied the
    • passed over and were embodied in ritual and cult.
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    • men and women carry their bodies about like burdens, whereas a truer
    • literally burn up our bodies if sleep did not perpetually reduce
    • external nature. The Olympic Games are never studied from the point
    • of the tragedies of our day. A materialism which intellectualizes
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    • and etheric bodies and enter them again at the moment of waking.
    • physical and etheric bodies which are affected when the child is taught
    • from these studies passes out of the physical and etheric bodies into
    • by the physical and etheric bodies during sleep, whereas the results
    • the subject-matter works upon the etheric and physical bodies or upon
    • of which I spoke yesterday affect the physical and etheric bodies. (I
    • which pass out of the physical and etheric bodies during sleep. But
    • ourselves are then no longer within the physical and etheric bodies;
    • for us to leave our physical and etheric bodies to themselves for a
    • etheric bodies of the child to work in a healthy way, realizing that
    • given its right place. The plants must be studied in their connection with
    • which has become conventional in more advanced studies. To deduce the
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    • all processes that must be studied as only indirectly related to the
    • the various religious bodies in mind, we were willing to come to a
    • understand die task of humanity in days to come, we shall realize
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    • in the child's diet, he will be able to use this bodily organ as a
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture I
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    • whether it was somebody's destiny to die, or whether perhaps he
    • he has been cured by the treatment, or has died of it, is not
    • single child embodies this great question — not, how is
    • physical bodies. First and foremost then there were the
    • Spiritual science, studied anthroposophically, shows us clearly
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    • in his middle years. Goethe was born in 1749 and he died in
    • long-bodied; he has long legs. On the other hand everything
    • troubled; and only a few days later the man died, having just
    • was not typhoid, he died of meningitis.
    • die at 30. Negative instances are never intended and it may
    • followed that because somebody had a squint he must die at 30.
    • not able to come to a spiritual life, he died when he did. It
    • why Schiller had to die in his middle forties. His condition of
    • from your studies in physics that when a body floats in a fluid
    • human beings, to observe the bodies of the children, the souls
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture III
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    • organised accordingly. Whoever studies the whole course of a
    • on. Now there was a young professor who studied this problem
    • nexus of our studies, come to see how we can find the right
    • feeling — and this feeling he embodied without the aid of
    • extended, and this feeling he embodied in his sculpture.
    • more highly. Such studies can be indulged in outside the
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    • died when my father was between eighteen months and two years
    • a man died when his son was between eighteen months and two
    • here. The grandfather died when the father was between
    • grandfather died then, the gestures the child imitated from him
    • is still embedded in the physical and etheric bodies every
    • growing on the head; it cannot be studied for itself. It
    • studied in an isolated way, but only in connection with the
    • that on school outings and similar occasions die plants should
    • studied by means of an anthroposophical knowledge of man.
    • who once happened to be in the audience when I was speaking
    • nature only when studied from the aspect of spiritual science.
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    • this point of our educational studies I want to interpolate
    • allow himself to be put off, but continued his studies, and it
    • poet, Robert Hamerling, who studied with the purpose of
    • best studied by observing pathological conditions. And if one
    • boy went through secondary school, continued his studies and
    • war he caught an infection and died of the effects of the
    • what imponderable forces then come to light. When one studies
    • division of the classes. Studies such as these, in connection
    • These things need to be studied in an inner, human, loving way,
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    • audience what has such an important part to play in our
    • the result that the audience was quite unconvinced and had no
    • conception of anthroposophy is studied. There he hears from
    • descends into the physical and etheric bodies at the time of
    • said, how people begin to look out of their astral bodies, how
    • perceptible among the audience. Where there are big problems,
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    • we are not called upon to teach disembodied souls. We cannot
    • before one as much “embodied” as the beings of the
    • advise her to put the child on a diet for a time and reduce the
    • the parents for a diet with little sugar, co-operation is
    • of cultic ceremonial. Science was embodied in such cults, as
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    • studies can take us no further than this. For the ether body
    • instead of studying the things which are so often studied in
    • who has never studied modelling really understands nothing
    • parallel with medical studies at a university. The first
    • studies a comprehension of the part music plays in the world.
    • imponderable in teaching. For if one really studies a class,
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    • speech, nor in his studied bearing and gestures, but is
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    • at that time there was a family whose father had died.
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • die away after; later, one can get at the most a makeshift,
    • So we can say: the physical and etheric bodies stream downwards
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  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IV: The First School-lesson - Manual Skill, Drawing and Painting - the Beginnings of Language-teaching
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    • acquire a feeling which has also to a great degree already died
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    • in this way to the soul-life of an individual who died recently
    • man, a friend of yours, died, let us say, in 1918. You have
    • Soul” (Seelenstimmung). A man who is soon to die has a
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    • Briefe über die ästhetische Erziehung des Menschen
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    • firm bodies, to come to the conception of “streaming in”
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    • be studied in the form of practice of speaking.
    • arranged. Then the audience, which knows nothing of this
    • of the audience. Well, there is the experiment carried out.
    • by the audience, by every single listener.
    • was as follows: In an audience of about thirty people, at the
    • For when the educated people of a university audience —
    • intellect. In the case of that audience I took, with the
    • Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung
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    • are to be studied, but not so that we always have a lesson in
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    • Die Sonne” (the sun), the Austrian school language
    • did not say “Die Sonne” but “Die
    • Son” for a boy and “Die Sohne” for what
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    • it with feelings of greater obedience if it is sent to his
    • dietetics and health. You will see from this that we do not
    • dietetics and health, as I have explained, in the last years at
    • book-keeping could be studied later; this already requires more
    • are things to be taught which cannot be studied externally. And
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    • is bound to say: certainly men die, and their bodies are burned or
    • not receive human bodies into itself it would take its course in
    • precisely the same way as now, when it does receive these bodies. But
    • dodecahedron, the icosatetrahedron and so forth. These bodies are not
    • dies, and it is only reflected back in the geometrical images which
    • mutual impenetrability of bodies set up as an axiom: at that place in
    • This is laid down as a universal quality of bodies. But one ought only
    • to say: bodies and beings of such a nature that in the place where
    • “impenetrable” bodies. You ought only to apply your concepts
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    • dies and enters again into the spiritual world, these three principles
    • find something inherent in the form of their physical bodies which is
    • physical bodies always give us the clue to the study of the different
    • the physical bodies of the various animals. If we were to look at the
    • meaning into the world. We contemplate the animal bodies and see them
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    • spiritual world in order to refresh the physical and etheric bodies,
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    • suitable diet.
    • enter man's body and permeate it until matter has died within it. The
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    • in which young ladies and gentlemen come into full possession of their
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    • slight feeling of shame in face of the audience when speaking on
    • audience know very well what good education should be in spite of the
    • arrest at the surface of our bodies, in the sense organs, — while
    • harmonies and colour melodies also are reproduced and revived as inner
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    • became an excellent doctor. He died during the war in the exercise of
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    • teacher studies the temperaments of the children confided to him. He
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    • must be studied. One must learn to know its arrangements as an
    • course, the young ladies and gentlemen — who would be leaving
    • undertake the instruction of more advanced young ladies and gentlemen;
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    • with the child's parents and learn from them what diet the child as
    • been having. He will then discover a connection between this diet and
    • throughout the poem, — otherwise the ladies would have to be
    • — eurhythmy must be thoroughly studied; these figures then are
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    • years of childhood into the 14th, 15th and 16th year, why then, ladies
    • course one should call them young ladies and gentlemen, as I said
    • carefully studied and educational measures are founded upon living
    • meeting with young ladies and gentlemen of this age on equal terms,
    • Ladies and Gentlemen, if one realises that what people say in the
    • joy to me to give them and I thank the honourable audience for the
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    • Yesterday we were able to show that A — which we also studied
    • to continuously stretch their etheric bodies. They want to extend the
    • outward physical studies, but also by outward means, this process of
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    • us imagine the movement so: one of the ladies stands here, the other
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    • heightened movements of the etheric body in sleep. One studies these
    • which one has studied in the manner just described. Thus in eurythmy
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    • die from water than from alcohol. Even the statistics must concede this:
    • must be studied in such a way that respiration is taken into consideration.
    • remedied. You thereby rein-force in its innermost nature what is
    • die Arzneikunst, in Physiologisch-Therapeutisches auf Grundlage der
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    • At the time of which I speak, Eurythmy was studied only by a very few
    • Franz Brentano, a dear friend of mine who died some years ago. I have
    • the poet: “Spricht die Seele, so spricht ach schon die Seele
    • this threefold aspect which is embodied in the models. In the first
    • first thing to be considered. In the first place we have, embodied in
    • I am afraid, however, that my audience would hardly benefit by such a
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    • their fields! They only need to have healthy bodies to start with,
    • healthiest food for them. They must first have healthy bodies, but
    • prepared a mixed diet of roots, greens and fruit; they have eaten all
    • to perform within their bodies all the work necessary to destroy plant
    • their bodies for producing their own fat. You see, a person who eats
    • be weaker than if he were on a diet of just plant fats.
    • Therefore, we must distinguish between two kinds of bodies. First
    • there are the bodies that do not like fat, they don't enjoy eating
    • bacon, they just don't like to eat fatty foods. Those are bodies that
    • vegetarian diet, he will feel stronger than he was before. That's
    • the fact in this materialistic age that people who had studied
    • average diet: they maintained that one hundred and twenty to one
    • in him — his urine will show that he has had it in his diet. So now
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    • diet. Cooked or raw, but fruit he must have. If he neglects to eat
    • But if something is lacking in the diet steadily for weeks, then the
    • until later. The potato diet has exercised a strong influence. When
    • And then came the potato diet! The potato takes little care of lung
    • potato diet for that! Because a person who eats potatoes is constantly
    • not become widespread until the potato diet was introduced. And the
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    • can be embodied nowhere in nature; its features are divided among
    • melodies that impress themselves on his etheric body during the night
    • etheric bodies, but the higher soul members, including the sentient
    • The nature of the etheric and the sentient bodies is based on the
    • his “I” the bodies he possesses: first, the astral body
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    • the melodies and harmonies of tones, is nature's direct
    • comprehensible why harmonies and melodies affect him. Again, we
    • world into the physical world. The melodies and harmonies that speak
    • in the melodies and harmonies of music and the effects it has on the
    • and the tones and melodies here. We experience musical pleasure when
    • resound in him in the harmonies and melodies of the physical world.
    • onward in the surge and swell of their harmonies and melodies, a
    • and speak comfortingly and encouragingly to us in surging melodies
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    • in bodies possessing a musical ear? These individualities would have
    • share a common group soul, which can be studied only by ascending to
    • bodies.” Gradually, however, the soul above became coarser and
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    • in these heavenly bodies resound into cosmic space.
    • twelve constellations nearer to you. From all these heavenly bodies
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    • through the etheric and astral bodies to the seventh. We must now
    • and f-sharp, he shakes up our etheric and astral bodies. The etheric
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    • comprehends melodies more readily than harmonies. Of course, one must
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    • through his physical and etheric bodies. By virtue of the
    • bodies he is conscious of this world, which, as his environment, is
    • related to the physical and etheric bodies; it is at one with them,
    • the physical and the etheric bodies.
    • bodies was more delicate than it became later in the post-Atlantean
    • bearer of his physical and etheric bodies. In a manner of speaking,
    • bodies. In a manner of speaking, man withdraws his experience of the
    • physical and etheric bodies. I interweave my earthly existence with
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    • beings who have died in our present age and learns the circumstances
    • in the spiritual world. One notices, as it were, that those who died
    • souls who died a normal death have a positive dread.
    • devout ladies sitting in church are familiar with what the clergyman
    • another, on this or that date, a certain man died. A great deal may
    • had died three months earlier or three months later?” reckoning,
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    • the life of beings moving about the Earth in physical bodies, but also
    • idea that is not at all uncommon nowadays. Somebody dies, leaving
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    • depths from another starting-point altogether, basing our studies on
    • Gospel of St. John have been exhaustively studied. A fact revealed to
    • synonymous. But if our studies of Anthroposophy are to lead us into
    • etheric and astral bodies. A man whose knowledge of the world is
    • He sees their physical bodies lying there and, if he is clairvoyant,
    • their etheric bodies too; at a higher stage of clairvoyance he sees
    • their astral bodies. But in the astral world everything
    • interpenetrates — including, of course, the astral bodies of
    • for an Ego in its earlier bodies. In the higher worlds, therefore, it
    • for the intermediate members, the etheric and astral bodies. Most of
    • body of Zarathustra and to other etheric bodies. Just as we have to
    • of the Christ into the three bodies of Jesus of Nazareth. Many
    • bodies.
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    • mysteries of Christianity are embodied in these words, provided only
    • incarnated in physical bodies, could have intercourse with still
    • are one category of Beings who, though incarnated in physical bodies,
    • nature and was fully embodied in that one incarnation. But then he
    • clairvoyance. As Bodhisattva he incarnated in bodies endowed with
    • clairvoyance gradually to die away; vestiges that persisted did not,
    • human bodies were at that time. The body in which he incarnated
    • him since his birth that it died of grief and was transported as a
    • horse which dies of grief and is transported into the spiritual
    • now let thy servant die in peace!’
    • the very time that the future Buddha was born” and died of a
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    • etheric bodies. They experience in their astral bodies what they
    • physical bodies.’
    • into their astral bodies from two sides. In the course of
    • preparation through Anthroposophy. We know that when a man dies his
    • astral body and his Ego leave the physical and etheric bodies. Then
    • of a Being who has become a Buddha, we distinguish three bodies:
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    • understood unless studied in connection with the rest. This applies
    • of human nature, to the other three bodies which had been developed
    • human souls who, having left their bodies, were living in the
    • impossible to incarnate again because the earthly bodies were
    • because souls desiring to descend could find no suitable bodies.
    • able to incarnate in earthly bodies. In this way the Earth was
    • astral bodies of this couple too, with the consequence that it was
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    • when he has relinquished his original bodies to others. Thus six
    • possessed. He had surrendered his astral and etheric bodies to Hermes
    • the mother of the Nathan Jesus died, so that the child into whom the
    • we shall see, the fact that the mother died and the child was left an
    • already died, and the mother of the child who had once been the
    • Nathan line also died, comparatively soon, the Zarathustra-child was
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    • the form of commandment. Hence the element of obedience, submission
    • descended from the Solomon line. His father had died early, so the
    • mother of the Nathan Jesus died and, later on, the father too. Thus
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    • studies have prepared us.
    • mother of the Nathan Jesus died and the spiritual part of her being
    • Solomon Jesus child. This child also died — at about the same
    • embodied — fit to receive Vishva Karman, the Christ.
    • spiritual reality. Again, in Goethe's poem Die Geheimnisse
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    • be drawn to what has often been said in the course of our studies,
    • bodies — lived in ancient Atlantis, the continent once stretching
    • wisdom that it sometimes has a negative effect upon physical bodies.
    • bodies have inherited through the course of hundreds and thousands of
    • by making spiritual wisdom come alive within him; but he died at the
    • etheric bodies were sufficiently detached to enable drastic effects
    • penetrated the human physical, etheric and astral bodies so
    • physical bodies still persisted, the effects of evil qualities and
    • only in astral bodies but in etheric bodies too, so that it was possible
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    • physical, etheric and astral bodies; the Ego had long since been
    • astral, etheric and physical bodies, all the old clairvoyance, all
    • might be received by these people and not die of starvation. That was
    • bodies of those around Him. The impulse given by the great Buddha
    • flow not merely into the astral bodies of men but into the Ego, so
    • He descended for three years only, never having been embodied on the
    • the seed of Christ, embodied in those human beings who say: ‘Not
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    • etheric and physical bodies of men, the Ego was now to become fully
    • astral bodies; a certain degree of unconsciousness was always present
    • through our physical, etheric and astral bodies such faculties as we
    • where their bodies lay in a deathlike condition; after
    • message was not to be conveyed to the etheric bodies of men from
    • to be conveyed to etheric bodies from within through revelations
    • the world there can also be men who, even before they die are able to
    • and etheric bodies by the stupendous power of what was happening.
    • what they achieve in their bodies — which are the creations of the
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    • most interesting among them were not those who studied the writings
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies, kama manas, manas, buddhi and so
    • newspaper expected, including all the usual goodies. It really became
    • Viennese acquaintances. Only a few of them studied Blavatsky's Secret
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    • borrowed from medieval concepts, as was perhaps the astral body. But
    • Christ” to a group which called itself Die Kommenden.
    • Die Weltalter.
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    • their souls are divorced from their bodies by social circumstances,
    • existence, people feel connected with a spiritual world. Their bodies
    • provokes a persistent subconscious fear that their physical bodies no
    • every day they have to give up their bodies to something which is not
    • forces which daily tried to rob them of their bodies. This
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    • audience of which only one person — no more! — is still
    • remedied that when it expelled the anthroposophists.
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    • audience.
    • only be allowed to die when its group of supporters has expanded
    • theories to apply to the etheric and astral bodies. Now, when enough
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    • bush to die the process stops. That is what has happened to the
    • joint function of the etheric and astral bodies. We have to
    • beings are permeated more thoroughly by their astral bodies. The
    • hotter climates have freer astral bodies, which we can see in the
    • astral bodies because they are freer. In consequence they do not
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • and die: the duration of their life-cycle is a single year. We see,
    • die.
    • tradition based upon an old world-conception. Old remedies were
    • wind that sweeps through the world. All that Tiamat embodied was seen
    • powerful dragon which embodied all the demoniacal powers born out of
    • and the planetary bodies revolving round it in cycles and epicycles.
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • people in the audience here in sharply defined outlines, some closer
    • entwined round our bodies. Cocaine addicts, for example, will have
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • Initiate consciousness surveys the audience present here, it is
    • life experiences is a third of our life span. A man who dies at sixty
    • Mystery Play, you will remember, Strader dies. I had to let him die
    • philosopher had died. And because I was deeply interested in him I
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • the famous medieval Initiate Joachim of Fiore or that other
    • gradually fade and die, saw replete with life and vitality the nature
    • physical and etheric bodies from which his soul and spirit had
    • and etheric bodies. She dwelt with Pluto, the Lord of sleep within
    • the physical and etheric bodies. The sleeping neophyte experienced
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • are standing in front of a large audience. The moment we enter the
    • instead the soul and spirit of the audience projected in the form of
    • chemical remedies alone could not effect any healing. We are now at
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • dream, our physical and etheric bodies are detached from the astral
    • ears. Thus, when he withdraws from his physical and etheric bodies in
    • his physical and etheric bodies and perceives the spiritual, just as
    • in his physical and etheric bodies he perceives the physical, and in
    • process of falling asleep. The physical and etheric bodies are left
    • in harmony with the physical and etheric bodies. The astral body has
    • will in the functioning of the physical and etheric bodies throughout
    • of his physical and etheric bodies, he is able to obliterate the
    • therefore, all that proceeds from the physical and etheric bodies.
    • and clairaudience, he finds himself in a continual state of conflict
    • after-vibrations from the physical and etheric bodies. When he enters
    • sleep. Let us recall this condition: the physical and etheric bodies
    • lie in the bed; outside these bodies are the astral body and
    • the physical and etheric bodies have ceased. It is only in his Ego
    • loosely linked with their physical and etheric bodies than is the
    • case today when we are firmly anchored in those bodies. And this is
    • etheric bodies.
    • bodies. I have no wish to inveigh against our contemporary culture,
    • much more loosely associated with the physical and etheric bodies
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • standpoint of Spiritual Science studies, for example, the epoch of
    • powerful spiritual stimulus. External, medieval history is shrouded
    • their physical bodies, these Moon beings formerly lived on Earth in
    • subtle, ethereal bodies. And we realize that we are in the presence
    • not only the aura, but also the physical and etheric bodies radiate
    • physical bodies produce a facsimile of writing and drawing. These
    • artistic impetus in their etheric and astral bodies which can be
    • into his etheric and astral bodies and which appears in the
    • embodies a spiritual element not to be found on Earth. In many cases
    • even ladies, who would be most unwilling to speak about skin
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • have recently died are surrounded by strange demoniac forms. At the
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • physical bodies. Then follow the chaotic, indeed extraordinary
    • inhabit physical bodies, but only subtle etheric bodies, and were
    • conditions of sleep man's physical and etheric bodies are left
    • astral body which is still outside the physical and etheric bodies,
    • when he is outside his physical and etheric bodies, whilst the
    • our physical and etheric bodies.
    • unsubstantial bodies, but with clearly defined wings and head; and
    • Ego and astral body outside his physical and etheric bodies. He is
    • astral body are outside his physical and etheric bodies; but in this
    • and astral body are outside the physical and etheric bodies. The Ego
    • bodies in the right way. Even when we are in dreamless sleep, for
    • instance, we exert an effect upon the physical and etheric bodies. In
    • waking life we permeate our physical and etheric bodies from within;
    • control over his physical and etheric bodies; they are, so to speak,
    • influence upon his physical and etheric bodies. If the forces of the
    • body. Because the physical and etheric bodies of the medium or
    • work upon the medium or somnambulist. The physical and etheric bodies
    • bodies of the medium or somnambulist function somewhat after the
    • penetrate with our physical and etheric bodies into the world
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • life and to the physical and etheric bodies of man. Sun activities
    • sleep when his physical and etheric bodies are detached from his
    • bodies.
    • etheric bodies are left behind. But from the spiritual world during
    • sleep we irradiate from without our physical and etheric bodies with
    • collapse and die. In fact we provide for the vigour, growth and
    • and etheric bodies during sleep, he first of all irradiates his skin
    • and etheric bodies. Thus, in the physical and etheric bodies during
    • astral body; in the physical and etheric bodies the workings of the
    • into our physical and etheric bodies, and the Ego and astral
    • etheric bodies from without and our inner being is permeated with the
    • inhabits the physical and etheric bodies, during sleep, the
    • present everywhere. With the physical and etheric bodies the position
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • life of the physical and etheric bodies grows, develops and assumes
    • bodies at the moment of death. Thus we see that birth and death are
    • who dies, not his separate organs. The lungs, for example, cannot
    • die. Science today dimly realizes that when the whole human being has
    • died, his single organs can be animated to a certain extent.
    • organs do not die. The individual organs take their path into that
    • animal the organs die, whereas in man they are dissolved into the
    • feeling, art embodies half consciously that which man receives from
    • to die away, so that through their dying fall they acquire a certain
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • and die: the duration of their life-cycle is a single year. We see,
    • die.
    • tradition based upon an old world-conception. Old remedies were
    • wind that sweeps through the world. All that Tiamat embodied was seen
    • powerful dragon which embodied all the demoniacal powers born out of
    • and the planetary bodies revolving round it in cycles and epicycles.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • people in the audience here in sharply defined outlines, some closer
    • entwined round our bodies. Cocaine addicts, for example, will have
  • 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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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • Initiate consciousness surveys the audience present here, it is
    • life experiences is a third of our life span. A man who dies at sixty
    • Mystery Play, you will remember, Strader dies. I had to let him die
    • philosopher had died. And because I was deeply interested in him I
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Four: The Secret of Investigation into Other Realms through the Metamorphosis of Consciousness
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • the famous medieval Initiate Joachim of Fiore or that other
    • gradually fade and die, saw replete with life and vitality the nature
    • physical and etheric bodies from which his soul and spirit had
    • and etheric bodies. She dwelt with Pluto, the Lord of sleep within
    • the physical and etheric bodies. The sleeping neophyte experienced
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • are standing in front of a large audience. The moment we enter the
    • instead the soul and spirit of the audience projected in the form of
    • chemical remedies alone could not effect any healing. We are now at
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • dream, our physical and etheric bodies are detached from the astral
    • ears. Thus, when he withdraws from his physical and etheric bodies in
    • his physical and etheric bodies and perceives the spiritual, just as
    • in his physical and etheric bodies he perceives the physical, and in
    • process of falling asleep. The physical and etheric bodies are left
    • in harmony with the physical and etheric bodies. The astral body has
    • will in the functioning of the physical and etheric bodies throughout
    • of his physical and etheric bodies, he is able to obliterate the
    • therefore, all that proceeds from the physical and etheric bodies.
    • and clairaudience, he finds himself in a continual state of conflict
    • after-vibrations from the physical and etheric bodies. When he enters
    • sleep. Let us recall this condition: the physical and etheric bodies
    • lie in the bed; outside these bodies are the astral body and
    • the physical and etheric bodies have ceased. It is only in his Ego
    • loosely linked with their physical and etheric bodies than is the
    • case today when we are firmly anchored in those bodies. And this is
    • etheric bodies.
    • bodies. I have no wish to inveigh against our contemporary culture,
    • much more loosely associated with the physical and etheric bodies
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • standpoint of Spiritual Science studies, for example, the epoch of
    • powerful spiritual stimulus. External, medieval history is shrouded
    • their physical bodies, these Moon beings formerly lived on Earth in
    • subtle, ethereal bodies. And we realize that we are in the presence
    • not only the aura, but also the physical and etheric bodies radiate
    • physical bodies produce a facsimile of writing and drawing. These
    • artistic impetus in their etheric and astral bodies which can be
    • into his etheric and astral bodies and which appears in the
    • embodies a spiritual element not to be found on Earth. In many cases
    • even ladies, who would be most unwilling to speak about skin
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • have recently died are surrounded by strange demoniac forms. At the
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • physical bodies. Then follow the chaotic, indeed extraordinary
    • inhabit physical bodies, but only subtle etheric bodies, and were
    • conditions of sleep man's physical and etheric bodies are left
    • astral body which is still outside the physical and etheric bodies,
    • when he is outside his physical and etheric bodies, whilst the
    • our physical and etheric bodies.
    • unsubstantial bodies, but with clearly defined wings and head; and
    • Ego and astral body outside his physical and etheric bodies. He is
    • astral body are outside his physical and etheric bodies; but in this
    • and astral body are outside the physical and etheric bodies. The Ego
    • bodies in the right way. Even when we are in dreamless sleep, for
    • instance, we exert an effect upon the physical and etheric bodies. In
    • waking life we permeate our physical and etheric bodies from within;
    • control over his physical and etheric bodies; they are, so to speak,
    • influence upon his physical and etheric bodies. If the forces of the
    • body. Because the physical and etheric bodies of the medium or
    • work upon the medium or somnambulist. The physical and etheric bodies
    • bodies of the medium or somnambulist function somewhat after the
    • penetrate with our physical and etheric bodies into the world
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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • life and to the physical and etheric bodies of man. Sun activities
    • sleep when his physical and etheric bodies are detached from his
    • bodies.
    • etheric bodies are left behind. But from the spiritual world during
    • sleep we irradiate from without our physical and etheric bodies with
    • collapse and die. In fact we provide for the vigour, growth and
    • and etheric bodies during sleep, he first of all irradiates his skin
    • and etheric bodies. Thus, in the physical and etheric bodies during
    • astral body; in the physical and etheric bodies the workings of the
    • into our physical and etheric bodies, and the Ego and astral
    • etheric bodies from without and our inner being is permeated with the
    • inhabits the physical and etheric bodies, during sleep, the
    • present everywhere. With the physical and etheric bodies the position
  • 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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    • other spiritual facts are detailed in these absorbing esoteric studies.
    • life of the physical and etheric bodies grows, develops and assumes
    • bodies at the moment of death. Thus we see that birth and death are
    • who dies, not his separate organs. The lungs, for example, cannot
    • die. Science today dimly realizes that when the whole human being has
    • died, his single organs can be animated to a certain extent.
    • organs do not die. The individual organs take their path into that
    • animal the organs die, whereas in man they are dissolved into the
    • feeling, art embodies half consciously that which man receives from
    • to die away, so that through their dying fall they acquire a certain
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    • those times people's souls, their egos and astral bodies,
    • brought back into their physical and etheric bodies the kind
    • studies the special character of this damping down of
    • God wills it — Dieu le vent — as the peoples
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    • living interplay of the astral and etheric bodies in the
    • sol, la, si’, the names of the notes in medieval
    • and minor melodies will show that things are deeply rooted in
    • bodies in our present incarnation.
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    • within the etheric and physical bodies alone, without the ego
    • etheric and physical bodies, he feels and experiences only
    • physical bodies. The ancient Greeks were still dimly aware of
    • permeates our astral and etheric bodies in rhythmical and
    • extent died away. The ‘divine dreams’
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    • Die Schwelle der geistigen Welt
    • has died, yet the spiritual world can come close to you,
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    • another, to form melodies for instance, but by going through
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    • of the stage — seen from the audience — after he
    • egoistic bodies right in the middle of the play, and to
    • — all that lives in it must be embodied in a kind of
    • embodied. This happens, or at least is about to happen in the
    • circle that included some ladies with a thirst for knowledge.
    • ‘retarded’ brain that ladies have has retained
    • among women than men. But these ladies had the feeling that
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    • were, to die away inside. For the kind of thoughts we have to
    • the moment the thought dies, then we slip out of the physical
    • thought dies, but we carry forth the identification we have
    • thought becomes a living force outside, only when it dies
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    • through enjoying what is going on in our bodies while we are
    • been reached. For we actually die physiologically because we
  • Title: Evolution, Earth, Man: Lecture I
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    • man has died — he still has the same form, if perhaps a little
    • died, so, in the case of the earth and our surroundings, we must go
    • the earth as a whole died. Unless the earth as a whole had died there
    • were as yet no solid bodies and no air, only warmth; but the warmth
    • bodies that exerted an influence. Now comes the drawing which I have
    • cosmic bodies, exerting their influence in the most varied ways.
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    • up into their own bodies what fell down from above. That was the
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    • to bury our domestic animals when they die, so that they may not be
    • what would happen with the animals then? Wherever the animal died,
    • But as one studies these strata one finds out how things
    • lifeless air. It has died. Formerly the albumen was living. The air
    • has died because the sulphur, hydrogen and carbon have gone and the
    • light-filled air that has died, but this has allowed our eyes to be
    • consciousness as the earth gradually died. And so mankind evolves on
    • touch a comet, one would instantly die. It is diluted prussic acid
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    • animals were formed after the earth itself had died and was itself no
    • simply have died, then he could not have transformed himself. Rather
    • not live for a week, we would die at once. But as it cannot have been
    • But the beings who were once men with a soft structure, soft bodies,
    • to rise and sink. Anyone who at the present time studies maps —
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    • — when the earth had died, when it no longer had its own life —
    • those people had soft bodies. The culture which they created with
    • recently, and the audience enjoyed it immensely. Well, the same kind
    • deeply into their own bodies. If we go deeply into our own bodies, it
    • human beings are conscious of their bodies only in those organs that
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    • bodies to start with, then if they can digest the rather coarse
    • have healthy bodies, but then they become quite especially strong
    • have always prepared a mixed diet of roots, greens and fruit; they
    • not strong enough to perform within their bodies all the work
    • then forces will develop in their bodies for producing their own fat.
    • being. And the person may be weaker than if he were on a diet of just
    • bodies. First there are the bodies that do not like fat, they don't
    • are bodies that destroy plant fats comparatively easily and want in
    • from a meat to a vegetarian diet, he will feel stronger than he was
    • people who had studied medicine were recommending excessive amounts
    • of protein for the average diet: they maintained that one hundred and
    • has had it in his diet. So now it happened with these two that the
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    • necessary to include fruit in his diet. Cooked or raw, but fruit he
    • diet steadily for weeks, then the body becomes exceedingly hungry.
    • Potatoes were not introduced until later. The potato diet has
    • And then came the potato diet! The potato takes little
    • to thank the potato diet for that! Because a person who eats potatoes
    • tuberculosis, did not become widespread until the potato diet was
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    • bodies, but in spirit they were infinitely wiser than we are!
    • now his spirit is, as it were, embodied in the physical substance of
    • animal-like bodies again, and that two races would then appear. One
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    • And now let us ask: how is it that bodies or objects
    • emit gas which may have a particular smell? Objects or bodies can be
    • classified. There are solid bodies — they were called earthy
    • bodies in earlier times; there are fluid bodies-they were called
    • watery bodies in earlier times. People used to call water what we no
    • bodies. If we think of these three kinds of bodies — solid,
    • empty space and when it shines, it illumines other celestial bodies,
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    • today, that the planets are solid bodies just like the earth, the
    • the sun, to us the most important of all the heavenly bodies, is the
    • loses power in the autumn, the plants fade away, all life dies and
    • mountain-plants are more valuable as remedies than those that grow in
    • remedies.
    • remedies. If the substance were used in its crude state it would not
    • fertility then dies away, and they must bring in new strawberry
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    • the position of the heavenly bodies changes as they revolve, and the
    • cockchafers. In connection with the smaller heavenly bodies you must
    • the heavens can happenings on the earth be studied properly.
    • obvious relationships in which the heavenly bodies stand to one
    • of these two heavenly bodies.
    • occurred in the meantime, and presumably he will have died before the
    • be studied in the winter than in the summer. (This is already being
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    • the story so that audiences may be warned to be a little cautious and
    • in words, the audience would never have been so convinced as they
    • other bodies; in fact, such a calculation has been made. But if it
    • They are very fine, tenuous bodies, but they rush into it. It is true
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    • the only way in which real remedies for illnesses can be discovered.
    • prematurely out of sheer terror. People who were seriously ill, died;
    • because heavenly bodies are mutually attracted to each other, and it
    • bodies. We eat what the comet has been giving us for centuries! This,
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    • studied and observed as they actually are, and this is only possible
    • entire body when a man dies is also taking place throughout the body
    • time is not the essential point.) So if the human being were to die
    • and breathing it out again when we die. But there is still the very
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 1: The Mission of Spiritual Science
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    • Those of my audience who attended those previous lectures will know what is
    • studies these changes without prejudice must say to himself: Men have
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 2: The Mission of Anger
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    • — or rather sub-consciously — on the three bodies or sheaths of
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 3: The Mission of Truth
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    • body, and will lead the etheric and physical bodies on to ever-higher stages.
    • who died recently, was
    • died, Herman Grimm wrote of him roughly as
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 4: The Mission of Reverence
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    • to mention, it, so that this lecture can be studied on its own account. We
    • studies the gestures of people, and knows what they signify, will see how
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 5: Human Character
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    • explained, when a man goes to sleep his physical and etheric bodies remain in
    • etheric bodies? There are good reasons for it. Spiritual Science says that
    • the Ego and astral body must come back into the etheric and physical bodies
    • and etheric bodies — especially by the etheric body — as from a
    • and Sentient Soul, all have to work on the physical and etheric bodies, so
    • bodies the surging life of the daytime is engendered.
    • physical and etheric bodies. When he is nearing sleep and the faculty that
    • etheric bodies. These bodies, with their particular aptitudes, are there at
    • bodies waiting for us. At death we lay them aside and pass through the gate
    • of death into a spiritual world. There, unhampered by these bodies, we can
    • coiled round their bodies.
    • but anyone who studies life with open eyes will come to know that certain
    • imprinted on the Sentient Soul and embodied accordingly in
    • because the physical, etheric and astral bodies are still plastic in young
    • connection the essential thing is that the qualities acquired by and embodied
    • waistcoats and swell out their chests when they are facing an audience. Far
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 6: Asceticism and Illness
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    • bodies remain in bed, and we separate from them what we call the
    • from the physical and the etheric bodies. A simple consideration, as I said,
    • bodies.
    • Die and renew thyself!
    • great stress on a certain diet. This does not at all imply that such a mode
    • them to separate their souls from bodies which the soul has not fully
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 7: Human Egoism
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    • soul-life tends to wither and die away. This is precisely the bad side of
    • union with Mignon, she fades away and dies, just as a plant withers when it
    • in relation to everything in the world around her. She dies as a plant dies,
    • arising in her soul, she dies. That is the enchantment of her character: we
    • the little creature, and dies with her at the moment of its appearance, is
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 9: Something about the Moon in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • natural scientist applies to his studies of external phenomena, will feel
    • studied weather conditions on the odd and even dates of the moon's phases,
    • necessary ingredients in a retort. The worth of this belief need not concern
    • of the heavenly bodies on one another. He said to himself: When I look at the
    • telescope; it is ensouled, as are all other bodies. Hence the moon-soul
    • these extensive studies was to show that the level of barometric pressure at
    • physical and etheric bodies behind in bed, he goes out from them with his ego
    • etheric and physical bodies as Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul. Thus
    • because here on earth he is obliged to use his physical and etheric bodies as
    • their bearers, the astral, etheric and physical bodies. These three sheaths
    • America or Australia. For the physical and etheric bodies it makes no direct
    • now seen how man's three bodies, astral, etheric and physical, are built up
    • living in the spiritual world and has left his physical and etheric bodies
    • soul and the ego are outside the physical and etheric bodies. And so, for a
    • being while he is independent of his physical and etheric bodies, and then,
    • physical and etheric bodies have been left behind; Meditation, concentration
    • body and ego out of the physical and etheric bodies. At death also it leaves
    • soul-members, the astral, etheric and physical bodies, were being prepared.
    • sentient, etheric and physical bodies under the influence of the sun. A
    • clairvoyant faculty makes itself independent of these three bodies; it can
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
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    • ego on the physical, ether and astral bodies only in the far distant future;
    • working on our physical, ether and astral bodies before the ego emerged,
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
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    • but also on the astral, etheric and physical bodies. We have already given
    • ego expresses itself in the astral, etheric and physical bodies.
    • contentment then pass over into its astral and etheric bodies.
    • often depict public men with huge heads and tiny bodies, which is a way of
    • to things so trivial or so far below the level of his audience that they can
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • that his ordinary soul-life must die, and then his real soul, the victor over
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    • realise the power and depth that resides in this medieval mysticism, and the
    • have even heard it said by someone who liked to flatter his audience: You
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • bodies as the “outer human being”
    • a manner that the physical and the ether bodies are not present? Why is it
    • own experiences in the mirror of the physical and ether or life bodies. At
    • the moment when we leave the physical and ether bodies at night we still have
    • reach out, so to speak, for our physical and ether bodies, but at night we
    • enter our ether and physical bodies is answered.
    • inner structures and forms of the physical and ether bodies cannot be altered
    • and ether bodies but on very subtle relationships therein. Every function of
    • completely powerless, then, to transfuse into his physical and ether bodies
    • bodies as we left them the previous evening. We cannot transform them with
    • the finished ether and physical bodies. But when we enter the spiritual world
    • through the gate of death we leave the physical and ether bodies behind and
    • utilise between birth and death in the previous physical and ether bodies.
    • ether bodies what he has woven into the archetypal image; the archetype is
    • ether bodies in the existence before birth. It is at this point that the
    • could not form into the complete bodies of the previous life. Now, in a new
    • destroy our physical and ether bodies, were the physical body unable to pass
    • and the ether bodies on the one hand and in the astral body and the ego on
    • the physical and ether bodies? Not only the astral body is exhausted by the
    • what has been destroyed during the day in the physical and ether bodies be
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    • audience. This grips him and he goes home quite convinced.
    • animal fashion to a special diet, vegetarian or the like. We cannot bring
    • certain diet. For if he cuts out the foods which tend to foster the robust
    • diet, for example, make us negative? If we become vegetarians because of some
    • can be immensely useful to take a new line in diet also and to clear away any
    • and minerals and embodied as laws of Nature in the form of concepts and ideas
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    • withdraw from the physical and ether bodies during sleep into the spiritual
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    • still in the etheric and physical bodies. In those times the ego still guided
    • ego-consciousness arises for the first time. Anyone who studies the evolution
    • culture: the concept of conscience embodied in Christianity.
    • conscience. Hence a philosopher such as Fichte, who studies human character,
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • knowledge in relation to the spiritual world — what have these studies
    • in the midst of their audience. Thus it was before a very low-class London
    • Faust, in whom were embodied all his
    • Goethe; fundamentally he is every-man. He embodies Goethe's deepest
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    • as his audience here was familiar with the subject, he only
    • Jesus's physical, etheric and astral bodies. The result was,
    • after a relatively short time, died.
    • child — he does not necessarily die immediately. Just as a ball
    • the Solomon-Jesus died soon after the passing over of the
    • studied from the preserved scriptures. There were still some,
    • revelation had also died out. Thus in the second phase he had
    • Es walten die Übel,
    • one studies them the more force they have. And then when one
    • home at the time his father died. He lived there with his
    • him from the other Jesus-child — had died and had lived in
    • been highly successful. I always studied, and due to this
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies when he barely understood
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    • Nazareth's three bodies [physical, etheric, astral] were
    • rather the three bodies — of Jesus of Nazareth. We should
    • was really bound to the three bodies of Jesus. That means that
    • capacities of the three bodies. Therefore it would be false to
    • capacities, but in the three bodies of Jesus of Nazareth he
    • bodies. That is why they had to be prepared in such a
    • complicated manner, for the capacities of these three bodies
    • behind in Jesus of Nazareth's three bodies, the remnants of
    • united with the three bodies of Jesus. It took three years. At
    • into the three bodies. Only when death approached were the
    • three bodies truly permeated with the Christ-being. And all the
    • to completely immerse himself in the three human bodies. It was
    • Christ-being with the bodies of Jesus of Nazareth accomplished.
    • understand him, the Christ, who through the bodies of Jesus of
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    • people had soft bodies. The culture resulting from what they did is
    • their own bodies. If we go deeply into our own bodies, it is only
    • order. Human beings today are conscious of their bodies only in those
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    • gradually take on animal-like bodies again, and that two great
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    • asking his question the gentleman in the audience, as an expert
    • bodies in the same way. But influences coming from the whole
    • say that the life of the bees must be studied by making use of the soul.
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    • of the minute brushes attached to their bodies, bees in the very,
    • But when one studies these two eyes of the bee, one discovers that it
    • animals may even die from the sting of a bee. This is due to the fact
    • bodies into wax, of which they then build the wonderful structure of the
    • building of the comb corresponds to what happens within our bodies,
    • as the bees kill the drones — for in this case we should die
    • dies. We are then no longer able to experience our body rightly; a
    • quantities of honey into our bodies in this way.
    • that has a similar effect; honey helps us to build our bodies and is
    • this honey diet till the age of three or four years. Rickets would
    • condition in which it is within our own bodies.”
    • heavens, something that was also within their own bodies. This awoke a
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    • we could not have the right working in our bodies of the albumen we
    • when a Queen dies and there is no young brood, then one of the worker
    • able to give you information in this matter, because our own remedies are
    • instinctively here. Not all our remedies, but a certain number of
    • We do the same with our remedies. When one takes some kind of metal,
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    • behold! when he gave the mice casein, fat, sugar and salts, they died
    • within a few days! They got the same things, but they all died.
    • no longer hold death back, we die.
    • mice as you please — and they will die. Why? Because the animal
    • would die, though not perhaps in a few days. I have now added what I
    • that when the bee-father dies, then his death must be at once announced
    • to all the bees. If this is not done, then the whole stock will die out
    • had helped a good deal with the bees had died, and in the course of a
    • a woman who died who had given much care to the bees; the same thing
    • should the bee-father die they must re-adjust themselves, and this
    • moment, think what one finds even with dogs when the master dies. It has
    • been known to happen that the dog will go to the grave and die there,
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    • whole stock of bees will die out. I really cannot understand what Dr.
    • the greater part of the stock dies after the death of the person in
    • die — and yet it is produced by bees.
    • not die of the disease, but the calf bred from a cow that has been
    • mouse had got into the hive and died there, and now imagine what a terrible
    • superficially; they should be much more deeply studied.
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    • whereas today they are most carefully studied. But here something
    • their own bodies that there are great disturbances there; the bees
    • amounted to this, that the remedies by which the disease could be got
    • it in health, whereas the European vines died out. The cultivation of
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    • result may be that the man faints, or may even die. This explains the
    • the preparation of medicines, for there are no real remedies which,
    • Remedies can
    • remedies cannot sometimes be made use of at all. This is why it is so
    • of health. For this reason such remedies as enter deeply into the
    • of all manner of remedies such as are commonly advertised as cures for one
    • of use. There are many of these remedies to be bought, and one may
    • made no inquiries? You see, gentlemen, when one has such remedies as
    • rainbow. Swelling did not always follow; human bodies are very
    • differently constituted. As already stated, one man may die of a
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    • injured for quite a long time. The caterpillar does not die, it is
    • only, the mice die within a few days. Bunge's pupils confirmed this,
    • also have in their bodies this substance that the human body needs.
    • would in time die out.
    • what is spiritual; for this reason they are healing remedies. Fundamentally
    • same with the caterpillars which would also die out, and none would remain
    • for a time the dentists would be kept busy. At last, he would die
    • the like, are also perpetual remedies for the holding back of the
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    • would slowly die. But the mother insect prevents this by laying the
    • formic acid in our bodies? One must be able to recognise when a man has
    • own bodies. Within our own bodies we unceasingly transform
    • observes and studies the lower part of the human body with its inner organs,
    • body. If this process of decay goes too far, the body dies. Man must
    • his body dies. He must once more take a body which in childhood can
    • that a man dies at a given moment. Along time then passes, and he
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • Orientierungskurs fuer die oeffentliche Wirksamkeit
    • mit besonderem Himblick auf die Schweitz.
    • thoughts do not interest an audience — our will annoys
    • every audience.
    • take from it the sting it otherwise has for the audience. We
    • delivers to an audience until then unknown to one. Whenever,
    • before such an audience, one begins immediately with what one
    • speaking, to an audience. At most, one will be able to insert
    • too subtle or too blunt for a lecture to an audience. It just
    • audience, and, if used, then only in parenthesis, so to
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    • mit besonderem Himblick auf die Schweitz.
    • assumed that an audience of today does not begin to know what
    • threefold order in the audience.
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    • mit besonderem Himblick auf die Schweitz.
    • we have an audience, and an audience will be most agreeable
    • chequered, jumbled-up audience, made up of all social
    • can connect with in a present-day audience, as regards the
    • concepts of an audience of the bourgeois, because in recent
    • ideas of a middle-class audience. On the other hand,
    • audience of working-class people and those of the middle-class, he
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    • mit besonderem Himblick auf die Schweitz.
    • certain audience; I called attention to the fact that it is above all
    • a mainly Swiss audience; for then we could not understand each
    • something for the starvation of Russia in the form of subsidies, by
    • number of ladies in Berlin, who had heard lectures of mine in an
    • ladies. The whole arrangement was really for the purpose of the
    • ladies' working against a certain relatively harmless attitude
    • of their husbands. You see, the ladies arrived around twelve o'clock
    • order!” — So the ladies wanted me to give a lecture on
    • before the ladies and gentlemen. The men were a bit perplexed
    • realize that he is speaking to an audience that, according to the
    • theater, or another place of entertainment. So the audience is
    • accomplish when forced to address such an audience? Quite literally,
    • speaker and audience ceases to exists if one becomes aware of the
    • bandied are sufficient;  'Tis deeds that I prefer to see
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    • mit besonderem Himblick auf die Schweitz.
    • subject that the audience is prepared for, by formulating the
    • Die sehnige Krebse
    • repeatedly mentioned, is a very good diet for diplomats:
    • in a speech, must come out of the whole person, diet must by
    • speech-habits before an audience. One should learn to feel
    • one addresses an audience with a certain respect. One
    • to an audience with respect. And this is absolutely
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    • mit besonderem Himblick auf die Schweitz.
    • Minister has defended die Lex Heinze
    • them unless they have studied eurythmy.
    • everything we hear from inanimate bodies is heard more from
    • care that what they have to say to an audience is done, in a
    • man dies, is expected to provide for it after death —
    • proper form was apparently “die,”
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    • und die Weltgeschichtliche Entwickelung der Menschheit Seit dem
    • to-day his voice has to all intents and purposes died away, but on the
    • between drilling soldiers and then the masses in order to prepare them
    • come about in the course of the nineteenth century and anyone who studies
    • experiment, and confidence in the creative spirit died away entirely. The
    • Greece and Rome. These impulses die down and vanish, and there remain
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    • und die Weltgeschichtliche Entwickelung der Menschheit Seit dem
    • in their bodies all sorts of cosmic mysteries were active. For it is not
    • were shut off from all this. Then the medieval princes rose to power.
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    • that if one studies what occurs
    • a full-bodied three-dimensional consciousness. So long as we
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    • an external symbolism embodied in external objects.
    • stronger intellect today. This is obvious when one studies
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    • These relationships lead us to remedies in our environment
    • this morning, one could hypothesize that Dante somehow died
    • interested.) For instance, if the monk Luther had died young,
    • reforms would not have been there either if Luther had died
    • instead of the Reformation. If Luther had died, the other
    • the view of external history, or whether he died in his
    • conclusion of what he had studied so meticulously; but for
    • someone who studies these results afterwards, in spite of
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    • between the various heavenly bodies in mathematical formulae, so too
    • In medieval Scholasticism
    • but just as the medieval theologian, proceeding according to his own
    • material world that first builds up our bodies and unfolds its own
    • is the modern counterpart to medieval Scholasticism. Medieval Scholasticism
    • We must do that, ladies
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    • One of those who studied
    • weight, well, ladies and gentlemen, you will readily admit that this
    • No, ladies and gentlemen, regarding weight we are bound up with the
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    • the simple phenomenon of warmth that appears when we rub two bodies
    • previously latent and now appears by means of the bodies. We proceed
    • studies, writes about mathematics in his Fragments. He calls mathematics
    • studies. He demands that within the secondary phenomena confronting
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    • That such connections are not uncovered by academic studier of the Vedanta
    • And thus, ladies and
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    • society. Thereby thousands upon thousands of people could easily die
    • Ladies and gentlemen,
    • withdraw from their bodies that which the spiritual scientist withdraws
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    • inner forces of the etheric and astral bodies stream toward us from
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    • philosophers who maintain this have never really studied mathematics
    • observe consciously what lives and embodies itself within us when we
    • of the will and also of exhalation. Anybody who really studies
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    • will extend the subject matter of our studies. This time I
    • really are that can be used as remedies, and to show how a
    • remedies. But as soon as we have to go further and consider
    • astral and etheric bodies both convey their physical
    • investigator studies them in relation to certain other
    • etheric bodies, and only the ego and astral body provide the
    • cooperation of the physical, etheric, and astral bodies
    • an interplay of physical, etheric, and astral bodies and an
    • studied by spiritual scientific investigation, it is possible
    • continue our studies tomorrow.
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    • that this etheric body is not studied in its differentiations
    • ask, “What would it be like if one studied the physical
    • really be studied, and we will see today that a conception to
    • soul-spiritual aspect remains behind when a person dies. One
    • just as thoroughly organized as solid bodies are. To regard
    • light because, studied in its essential nature, it is a
    • because ordinarily the human being dies of other causes
    • astral body from the physical and etheric bodies is only
    • bodies of the head organization, but penetrate them even more
    • physical and etheric bodies of the head and respiratory
    • in sleep the physical and etheric bodies of the metabolic and
    • physical and etheric bodies. Sulfur works more on the astral
    • two irregularities is one of the most fascinating studies of
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    • etheric and physical bodies work intimately together,
    • etheric and astral bodies if you observe how sorrow and
    • aspects. It can be studied very well in those realms of the
    • when we have a patient who requires a certain change of diet
    • and magnetism should really be studied more profoundly in
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    • such cases it is necessary to make use of remedies. If we
    • we must apply remedies, and in particular plant substances in
    • burning, etc. Such remedies will play a large role in cases
    • remedies obtained by combustion, by reducing the substance to
    • dietary considerations can become quite important. This is
    • — for example, fanatical adherence to an uncooked diet.
    • A raw food diet also entails the exclusion of cooked plant
    • results with a fruit diet.” But you must then note that
    • cases, what is lacking can be properly assisted by a diet of
    • diet of raw fruits could be indicated. On the other hand, if
    • instead prescribe a diet of boiled roots. In dealing with
    • stage of our studies we must take into account one further
    • consider this here, in the first stage of our studies, this
    • physical bodies underlie the acquisition of speech and all
    • bodies only walk around the substances, as it were; they have
    • makes good what the ego cannot do. They die away gradually
    • cases to be extremely careful as to the diet prescribed.
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    • These studies will have to culminate in a
    • description of the nature of the remedies we have arrived at
    • know and master with regard to these remedies if we have not
    • other factors into consideration. The bodies of people who
    • whose astral bodies are weakly connected with their organs.
    • Indeed, one sees the extreme form of this tendency in bodies
    • ego) on the one hand and the etheric and physical bodies on
    • ground, particularly in water, and it must be studied from
    • human organism. Such diseases should be studied more
    • precisely, if only for the sake of discovering remedies. I
    • additions to what we studied in the last course, because at
    • imitating. When this condition is studied with the methods of
    • studies to a further stage. Here you will have to take into
    • ego, studied in its spiritual, psychical, organic, and
    • etheric bodies, which takes place during this review after
    • dietetic measures that would be effective occur to one when
    • dietetic measures. The actual ego process and the process of
    • have a basis for understanding our remedies and answering
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    • I said yesterday that these studies are
    • nature of the remedies we have proposed, and we will continue
    • and etheric bodies. The astral body is active in breathing by
    • remedied. Sense impressions from outside especially stimulate
    • finds what is right only if the human organism is studied
    • been posed and to an explanation of our remedies.
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    • of remedies, we will also discuss the remedies we have
    • of remedies can arise only if one is impelled from the ground
    • being and his environment can be studied by investigating the
    • This follows from everything we have studied in the last few
    • studies. However, if we only speak about these currents in
    • consider all this in connection with what we have studied in
    • example, if you study the effect of metal-mineral remedies,
    • Salts, which are really mineral remedies, produce effects
    • the various metallic and mineral substances can be studied in
    • discussion of our individual remedies. In doing so, we will
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    • said to you, including reference to our remedies. I would
    • preparation of remedies — to this you must pay
    • particular attention in our remedies — it is not merely
    • Of course a person dies before this point is reached. The
    • attempt to derive remedies.
    • outwardly by this table of the mineral remedies we consider
    • only those remedies that have their basis in a comprehensive
    • remedies. It is generally used in connection with a form of
    • has led us to the remedies, and I would like to conclude it
    • about, you will be led to use many other remedies as
    • arsenic, and other remedies?” This is a question that
    • been presented to you must be studied in the following way:
    • bring these studies to a close with these lectures but will
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    • we may say today, ladies and gentlemen, which should resound, as the
    • and supports all work! That, dear ladies and gentlemen, is my
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    • and strong in their bodies. When you are small, you are fairly
    • to the Waldorf School where your bodies are trained to be skillful,
    • for humanity, years in which people beat and bloodied and shot each
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    • in it; if we feel that our bodies are the dwelling-place of our souls
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    • solid bodies. And we know also that we must make use of bodies as
    • embodied colour. It becomes a embodied colour because it is not the
    • the earth's development, you will find that those universal bodies
    • of the Cosmos in the coloured mineral bodies. This is, in fact, exactly
    • the terrestrial bodies have retained as inner forces since the other
    • earth in conjunction with the extra-terrestrial bodies in the Cosmos.
    • spectrum which is constant inside solid bodies, we must remember that
    • studies.
    • all theoretic studies on colour and what belongs to it, with which one
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    • But as we know from other studies, the organization of the human head
    • continually dies.
    • world. For the world's beauty shines in the light in which it dies.
    • The world does not become beautiful if it cannot die, for in dying the
    • will-element which we carry in our bodies. And we experience
    • form of thought, and in the gleam of beauty the previous world dies.
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    • are not sensible of weight in the sense that we weigh our bodies; but
    • by diving down into our bodies we become inwardly and psychically
    • the spheres of the other adjacent heavenly bodies. Their effect on him
    • the other heavenly bodies, through whose sphere he travels, as he
    • the heavenly bodies, and are connecting them with the living contents
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    • etheric bodies and is among those things which are outer world. During
    • bodies and are therefore described as outer world, so, during sleep,
    • our own astral bodies and our ego belong to the outer world. And here
    • the physical and etheric bodies, comes in the end to the conclusion
    • extreme neurasthenic, who would die next day of his neurasthenia, who
    • makes physical bodies. But with this tendency something
    • world-philosophy which lets all Art die out, an Art will be created
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    • studied the special attitude of this or that artist to Nature or to
    • seems to “come for” us. If all ladies went about the streets
    • bottom of elemental life; it has studied Nature long enough, and tried
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    • those medieval alchemists, occultists, Rosicrucians, etc., who, though
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    • is walking along a river's bank, died from a heart attack,
    • falls into the water, and of whom it is told that he died
    • “ I've studied now
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    • nerves, of the etheric and astral bodies, in the sense
    • astral bodies, are developed consciously into greater
    • poetry. Do we not know how Lessing studied the way in which,
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    • felt when one studies the Middle-European culture of the
    • declare that all Greek tragedies are like the works of tyros
    • consummate art of Racine's tragedies.” This sentiment
    • connection with my last book (“Die Rätsel der
    • now the excellent translation by Frau von Vacano, “Die
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    • leave that to your own occult studies.
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    • the description refers to the passage of the heavenly bodies
    • which embodies the acts of lying down and standing up.
    • configuration of the heavenly bodies circling around the
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    • world above the grave of a girl who had died, we realise that
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    • can be reminded of this responsibility by studies that arise
    • the outer physical world than melodies are present there.
    • can be studied in the different forms and in the architraves.
    • a new birth in the disembodied state. The windows will show
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    • ‘All that is embodied in our life of soul through
    • circle. Here I must ask those who have studied geometry
    • contained in your astral bodies; in the astral body you are
    • Those who have studied geometry will know that the
    • astral bodies will have plenty of opportunity to make these
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    • the heavenly bodies. That, however is not the point at issue.
    • into a certain relationship with these three heavenly bodies,
    • content of these various heavenly bodies. Beings have their
    • home on all the heavenly bodies, as you have often heard; not
    • inhabit the heavenly bodies for long ages; subordinate beings
    • heavenly bodies (see diagram) stand in a certain mutual
    • within and flow into the same heavenly bodies.
    • bodies as living movement, tried to express it in a kind of
    • living beings is contrived in accordance with expediency?
    • endowed living organisms with this “expedient”
    • structure. It is part of nature that the expedient and the
    • inexpedient (the fit and the unfit) should originally have
    • theory of selection and expediency say: ‘It is
    • expedient for these creatures to have the colour of
    • were differently coloured died out and those like the sand
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    • If ladies were all to go about dressed in red, a man
    • elements. Art has observed and studied nature long enough,
    • rhapsodies in regard to the ‘divinity of the soul of
    • can also be studied in its mental aspect in surroundings of a
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    • Die Natur
    • Die Hoffnung vor uns und das Buch, undjegliches Blendwerk,
    • Die Kraft uns verlaesst, der Odem schwindet und ferner
    • Die ehernen Speichen ihrer Biga ...
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    • Orientierungskurs fuer die oeffentliche Wirksamkeit
    • mit besonderem Himblick auf die Schweitz.
    • thoughts do not interest an audience — our will annoys
    • every audience.
    • take from it the sting it otherwise has for the audience. We
    • delivers to an audience until then unknown to one. Whenever,
    • before such an audience, one begins immediately with what one
    • speaking, to an audience. At most, one will be able to insert
    • too subtle or too blunt for a lecture to an audience. It just
    • audience, and, if used, then only in parenthesis, so to
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    • Orientierungskurs fuer die oeffentliche Wirksamkeit
    • mit besonderem Himblick auf die Schweitz.
    • assumed that an audience of today does not begin to know what
    • threefold order in the audience.
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    • Orientierungskurs fuer die oeffentliche Wirksamkeit
    • mit besonderem Himblick auf die Schweitz.
    • we have an audience, and an audience will be most agreeable
    • chequered, jumbled-up audience, made up of all social
    • can connect with in a present-day audience, as regards the
    • concepts of an audience of the bourgeois, because in recent
    • ideas of a middle-class audience. On the other hand,
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    • mit besonderem Himblick auf die Schweitz.
    • is good, for example, if Die Kernpunkte der sozialen
    • he is speaking to an audience that, according to the mood of
    • one in fact do when addressing an audience such as one is
    • a barrier between speaker and audience, this barrier ceases
    • [“The words you've bandied are sufficient: 'tis deeds
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    • mit besonderem Himblick auf die Schweitz.
    • subject that the audience is prepared for, by formulating the
    • audience through proper preparation.
    • Die sehnige Krebse
    • repeatedly mentioned, is a very good diet for diplomats:
    • in a speech, must come out of the whole person, diet must by
    • speech-habits before an audience. One should learn to feel
    • one addresses an audience with a certain respect. One
    • to an audience with respect. And this is absolutely
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    • Orientierungskurs fuer die oeffentliche Wirksamkeit
    • mit besonderem Himblick auf die Schweitz.
    • gives the audience a moment to breathe in. Logical trains
    • of thought put the audience to sleep. Unusual
    • Minister has defended die Lex Heinze
    • The audience listens with the
    • them unless they have studied eurythmy.
    • everything we hear from inanimate bodies is heard more from
    • care that what they have to say to an audience is done, in a
    • man dies, is expected to provide for it after death —
    • proper form was apparently “die,”
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    • consideration, but in obedience to a call resounding from the
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    • able neither to live nor die, so that once again for
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    • live out what they have learnt in their studies. And out of
    • Dornach or elsewhere, to make studies possible that can lead
    • for the general audience. Then after the lectures there will
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    • make it usable as expediently as possible.
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    • clairvoyant eye can discern the astral bodies of those who
    • have died rumbling about in the atmospheric phenomena of the
    • his physical, etheric and astral bodies were the forces that
    • audience from the platform. Thus in a certain way the
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    • The audiences were
    • their physical and etheric bodies in sleep and live in the
    • among the destinies of those egos and astral bodies while
    • having left behind their physical and etheric bodies between
    • Guardian of the Threshold as egos and astral bodies. This
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    • vegetarianism. When I describe what effects a vegetarian diet has on
    • the battle over atomism that the journal Die Drei
    • [DIE DREI: an anthroposophical journal.]
    • Die Drei,” polemics unrelieved by an anthroposophical
    • days after he has died.
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    • being paid to the heavenly bodies circling overhead.
    • heavenly bodies have come to assume a great deal more importance than
    • remains of something that has died. Ordinary thinking is dead, a mere
    • otherwise engenders in the world of will. Our bodies are in motion
    • address any audience interested in hearing me. Though my previous
    • a recent issue of Die Drei,
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    • embodied what he saw spiritually in his symbolical or allegorical
    • feeling for the divine-spiritual element they embodied and to which
    • material lawfulness in a Greek temple, and a statue embodies as much
    • tragedies were plays in which the dramatis personae represented
    • of sorts, an echo of the divine that ruled in nature. Tragedies were
    • feeling endow such studies, we see the world for the cosmos, or the
    • them, as we tried to do in our Goetheanum. All these studies teach us
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    • theoretically about such matters as etheric and astral bodies. We
    • spirit, if we introduce enterprises as foreign bodies into the
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    • speaking of the physical, etheric and astral bodies and the ego, of
    • for example, have studied in certain professional fields where it is
    • that its style would harmonize with the special studies and
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    • certainly remained an incomparable genius to the day he died. But
    • procedure for everything. I see a man in the audience looking at me
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    • embodied in a language, that the genius of language is not the
    • studies a cookbook. My point was exactly that the process is the
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies. But one can also read
    • form studies ought to take in future, how the problem of doctoral
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    • discovering their meaning studies not the pictures but the dramatic
    • also isolated from our physical and etheric bodies. Dreams clothe
    • being studied, but where the situation I was characterizing yesterday
    • plane we work at matters of concern to a physically embodied human
    • living in physical bodies they live in a spiritual element, in
    • Die Drei,
    • School could continue their studies.
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    • Die Bruecke Zwischen der Weltgeistigkeit und dem Physichen des
    • Menschen. Die Suche Nach der Neuen Isis, der Goettlichen Sophia.
    • Die Bruecke Zwischen der Weltgeistigkeit und dem Physichen des
    • Menschen. Die Suche Nach der Neuen Isis, der Goettlichen Sophia.
    • to scold Schopenhauer, because, before Hegel died, Schopenhauer
    • bodies from a prenatal existence out of the spiritual worlds,
    • studied in Central Europe, if this wasn't merely done in
    • studies, his deep leaning towards the Orient. It rose from his
    • philosophy. Schopenhauer could hardly find an audience, his
    • thoughts, as they are in the cosmos, to gradually die out. The
    • the future. While cosmic thoughts die out more and more,
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    • throughout the following Winter our studies were associated with the
    • Matthew. We have carried these studies further in many ways,
    • These studies of the
    • know, the mind of a Titan; and many of our studies have shown us how
    • deeply the spiritual view entered into his personality. These studies
    • present studies, and gives tone to the feeling that fills our souls
    • Thus all our studies
    • these studies to impress repeatedly on you the first requirements for
    • the bodily nature begins to fall and die? In short, the question as
    • the facts of spiritual science should he studied from every side, and
    • bodies, making us conscious — that is thinking and feeling
    • etheric bodies we give ourselves over immediately to these Divine
    • control our physical and etheric bodies from morning till evening.
    • etheric bodies, falls away from us when we become independent of
    • these bodies and begin to be clairvoyantly aware. All the strength
    • and etheric bodies.
    • supports laid aside with their physical and etheric bodies, by
    • Die Pforte der Einwerhung,”
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    • retrospect not only of the content of our studies during the past
    • studies. In doing so we showed that the spirit which fills our souls
    • studies the human organisms as revealed by the instruments and
    • methods of natural science. It studies, for instance, the relics of
    • form some idea of how the human race has developed. It studies
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    • addresses an audience, he must be careful to consider beforehand what
    • really studied, important turning points in evolution are seen to
    • knowledge certainly died in the Indian epoch; but it was replaced by
    • studies human development in a wide sense, it is a most interesting
    • Thus science dies
    • these traditions has died away.
    • happens the other must die, truly die. We gaze prophetically into the
    • to-day can form an introduction to our studies on the Gospel of Mark,
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    • I will not interrupt the course of our studies, but will try, not
    • respect of language. Words are no longer “the bodies of
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    • bodies, he really knows nothing of them. You will naturally say: but
    • dies. But this is not correct, for what a man leaves behind at death
    • his own nature, into his physical, etheric and astral bodies his
    • physical bodies to the same extent. The astral body is deteriorated
    • develops directly affect the physical and etheric bodies injuriously,
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    • great importance when man is studied as a whole. Human evolution must
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    • which will be of great assistance to us in our later studies.
    • which bring life to our astral and etheric bodies, and dawn
    • continually like a new light within these bodies. These are the
    • “It pours into our astral and etheric bodies, fresh, youthful,
    • etheric and astral bodies; that is through our soul and spirit. We
    • studied without thought. If our breath is not drawn correctly the
    • comedies are a healthy means of showing how the folly of men's
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    • For in our studies of the Gospel of Luke we realise that Jesus of
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    • conclusion the studies which, during the last few weeks we have
    • the Buddha we presented to you in our studies on the Gospel of Luke,
    • astral bodies, but a large part of our human nature — that
    • for a long time. Why can you not give us a more comfort-able diet,
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    • dies. Anything having enduring worth must have its source in spirit.
    • here, and our studies show us how the human soul has developed in
    • Dieses Stirb und Werde,
    • the astral body. And we learnt from our studies dealing with the
    • the other bodies as copper ore is to silver and gold. To-day we say:
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    • who has not studied them is not allowed to talk about natural sciences;
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    • smallest bodies. It connects everything with the mind. Our western knowledge
    • I have studied theology in my whole life, have also pursued the sciences
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    • that Christ died for our sins, in accordance with the scriptures; that he was
    • alive, though some have died. Then he appeared to James, and afterwards to all
    • died. We have to do it with a spiritual appearance which we have to imagine
    • not have to die. Christ took the sacrifice of the cross on Himself; so that
    • inherited sin. That is why He really died for the faith of all human beings
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    • The medieval teaching of the soul
    • In accordance with this medieval
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    • embodies itself again and again, and that will determine the destiny of this
    • a person has died. If one draws up it, one assesses the desire value of life
    • says that only the body dies, however, matter, energy, movement and life do
    • not die.
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    • this theory, Darwinism. If one studies his works, one finds that he has dealt
    • occultist knows. Somebody who really studies history encounters such spiritual
    • become independent of their physical bodies temporarily, with full, clear consciousness.
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    • of soldiers passing outside your window and hear the clatter of the horses exactly.
    • Within these bodies, which I have
    • in our physical or astral bodies is a weak light, are weak processes which the
    • visible what takes action in the lower bodies like the stars become visible
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    • of science before a bigger audience in popular way. If one wants to do more
    • research, from the immediate human striving. Those who studied the history of
    • its true form, convinces himself soon that this medieval thinking did not imagine
    • world view which one attributes to the medieval scholars today. Copernicanism
    • had to be disposed like Swedenborg. He was born in 1688 and died in 1772. In
    • because he died before. The person turned to Swedenborg with the strange demand
    • by an example. When his first wife had died, he had the idea to marry a second
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    • stood then on them, this heavy Hansen! These hypnotised bodies behaved almost
    • these questions. Somebody who studied the matters may hardly deny the information
    • has died down that one can achieve healings by means as I will mention them.
    • in America during the forties who showed phenomena before the big audience and
    • certain swindlers fooled the audience in the most unbelievable way.
    • impresario walks around in the audience and says at the end of the hall: say
    • at the moment at which it should pronounce the word. The whole audience looked
    • who can produce whole melodies, piano playing et cetera by ventriloquism. Who
    • klinisch-psychologische Studie (1894)
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    • studies come back to the experience of the primitive, simple, naive, childish
    • being. Bruno died a martyr’s death because he agreed openly as the first
    • Dear audience, the modern human
    • Ephraim Lessing (1729–1781), German writer, philosopher. Die
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    • he has gained on the basis of his scientific studies is the only truth and that
    • biologist Preyer has come because of his studies which were
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    • surrounded by these remaining parts of the etheric bodies of the dead,
    • effects emanate also from the etheric bodies of great individualities.
    • the period in which they lived. The thirteenth died relatively young,
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    • this rosicrucian experience of mine I should have died. My subsequent
    • soul. The rosicrucians of the Middle Ages studied natural processes,
    • salt by the rosicrucian of the Middle Ages. When the medieval
    • prayer in his soul. Therefore the medieval rosicrucian tried to make
    • bringing his thoughts to a higher level of development. The medieval
    • formation the medieval rosicrucians told themselves, with a feeling of
    • beings that are behind the maya of nature. The medieval rosicrucian
    • the medieval theosophist or rosicrucian.
    • different natural process that could also lead the medieval
    • called by the medieval rosicrucian quicksilver or mercury. Now he
    • mercury works outside in nature? The medieval rosicrucian knew that
    • medieval theosophist said to himself: God's love has been at work out
    • The third important natural process for the medieval theosophist was
    • flames. And again the medieval rosicrucian sought the inner process
    • gods above them. And then when the medieval theosophist produced the
    • medieval theosophist with lofty and deeply religious feelings, and he
    • The medieval rosicrucian produced these processes himself in his
    • and divine sacrifice. And then the medieval rosicrucian discovered
    • permeated by divine love. Such was the way these medieval theosophists
    • certain clairvoyance. This is how the medieval theosophist could see
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    • I find that I have left at home one of my important remedies. Now I
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse as Living Reality - Lecture 1
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    • developed his physical, etheric and astral bodies. The ego could only
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    • ancient culture of Atlantis was embodied in seven of these twelve men.
    • died very soon afterwards. His life on earth had been brief. His
    • not be spoken of until a hundred years have elapsed. Such studies must
    • separation of the astral and etheric bodies from the physical body.
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    • Today we will extend and widen the scope of our studies of karma, and
    • discontented with her lot, exposed herself to a chill, and died of it!
    • have been incarnated many times in earthly bodies, among the most
    • that name. In that incarnation he died after only a brief earthly
    • when he is not actually in incarnation; through his higher bodies he
    • On the 12th August 1900 Soloviev had died — a man far too
    • The forces in the ether bodies of highly developed individualities
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    • incarnation on earth as a child; and he died in childhood and has not
    • been built up consistently and in obedience to principle, and
    • world happenings and then to find the way, by means of these studies,
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    • Die Beantwortung von Welt- und Lebensfragen Durch Anthroposophie.
    • Die Beantwortung von Welt- und Lebensfragen Durch Anthroposophie.
    • lives of various beings. She became ill and soon died. The
    • bodies, the godly beings were enchanted into the mineral, plant
    • spirit flourished. He experienced “die to live” and
    • spirits and souls had not yet descended into earthly bodies. He
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 1: Whitsuntide. Festival of the Liberation of the Human Spirit
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    • who would have been able to find human-animal bodies, only some of
    • take possession of physical bodies when humanity had reached a
    • lies what is truly Christian, and it also embodies the deeper mystery
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    • stories; thus today our spirit bodies have been prepared and if we
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    • (During 1904 Rudolf Steiner not only spoke at the regular Group Meetings, which took place on Mondays, but occasionally also on Fridays to a very small circle which gathered in the flat of Fraulein Klara Motzkus in the Schluterstrasse. The main subject dealt with was the myths and sagas. We do not have reports from all the lectures which were held there; at the most they are very fragmentary notes. These lectures of 1904, except for lecture 1 of 23rd May 1904, were all held for this small circle of friends. The May and June lectures of 1905 (lectures 11 to 14), and lecture 20 of 2nd January 1906, were held on the Mondays for the official Berlin Group. The October lectures of 1905 (lectures 15 to 19) were held for the General Meeting audieNote 1)
    • his higher bodies, man frees himself again from these fetters and
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    • was embodied in a kind of myth.
    • disintegrated due to the addition of a wrong ingredient in the
    • died, Hiram managed to throw the Golden Triangle into a well. As no
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 7: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 1
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    • — that the manner in which architecture was formerly studied is quite
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    • theosophical terms to an audience of masons. The Freemason of whom I
    • effect. Those who built the great cathedrals of medieval times were
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    • himself, however, does not really die. It is much more the case that
    • Pentagram. That is the ability to distinguish the five bodies of man
    • know the five bodies. One does not know a body by living in it, but
    • bodies have become objects. The ordinary person does indeed live in
    • these five bodies: however, he lives in them, he cannot step
    • bodies were realities, and not to remain as mere concepts. That is
    • ladies-in-waiting to Marie-Antoinette, received a visit from the
    • to beg audience of the King. Louis XVI's minister, however, was the
    • can read that he died in 1784
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    • to level out the colours of the astral bodies of its adherents. They
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    • The medieval Freemasons, who dealt with and made contracts with the
    • church through the multi-coloured windows. And when the medieval
    • that the lineage of Numitor should die out. And when Rhea gave birth
    • The physical body, the lowest of the bodies,
    • other hand, are the higher bodies, which have
    • embodies social order; he brought laws for ordinary living. The third
    • born and die today without having any inkling of the fact that laws
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    • last of all. The astral, etheric and physical bodies and the ego
    • three bodies, when the ego discovers in Christ its greatest
    • the same medieval tendency as manifested in the Knights Templars, in
    • Grail. It is remarkable how calmly and tranquilly medieval people
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    • is veiled at first. Through his three bodies — physical, etheric and
    • bodies is made up.
    • would serve the physical, etheric and astral bodies. What outward
    • given life to man's outward three bodies, has been taken by the Sons
    • He has to raise the present three bodies with which he is endowed to
    • realm and likewise his etheric and astral bodies. This development is
    • our three bodies into the three higher members of the whole divine
    • activity, he can best do so with a plant diet, since he would then be
    • the Cross, inasmuch as it is the image of the three external bodies,
    • dies; how it is only able to form an external union between the three
    • The legend is historically medieval, but was previously recorded in all
    • given there. Moreover, the medieval version also contains indications
    • of this; the medieval legends indicate the way to the mysteries less
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    • Together with these two bodies the earth formed a single whole. First
    • liquid and gaseous bodies, the latter formerly known as air. Moreover
    • warmth] ether which makes all bodies capable of being permeated by
    • bodies, and then of the ‘I’ proper. The etheric body becomes visible
    • bodies. We say a man is endowed with Manas, to the extent that man
    • modern civilised man die, you may see the etheric body for a while,
    • etheric bodies of plants and animals. What is now etheric body still,
    • other cosmic bodies, the evolution aiming at endowing the etheric
    • etheric bodies with their astral bodies, if they so work the Word
    • akin to that Spirit which was thrust down, which is indeed embodied
    • astral bodies so that they would become ripe for making their etheric
    • bodies immortal. Once this has happened, then the Christ Principle
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    • is already finished; so that if one studies it one can see what is
    • from the Akashic Record for the earlier rounds and so studies the
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    • first stage was for the candidates to purify their astral bodies.
    • denser bodies. He was allowed to work upon his etheric body, and was
    • astral substance of his soul and spirit bodies, but was allowed to
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    • For it was an expedient [?] which had been created, and therefore he
    • relieved by a male culture. The female, as a physical form, will die
    • bodies the latter have made out of and for themselves, and there will
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    • ate too, so that the punishment decreed by Jehovah ensued. New bodies
    • occult tradition which is embodied in Freemasonry works to bring
    • that all individualities which incarnate in female bodies are
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    • form consisting of three main bodies — the physical body, the etheric
    • people confront each other, then it is above all the astral bodies
    • all phenomena which manifest themselves between astral bodies.
    • astral bodies which results from reciprocal communication with each
    • astral bodies are interacting, and knows what happens in this
    • who has studied the world outlook of theosophy can no longer say that
    • observe the astral bodies of individual people, we find that almost
    • observes the unsullied astral bodies of the children, one will find
    • virginal astral bodies on one's first visit and now compares
    • them with what one finds in the astral bodies of the children ten
    • flows into the astral bodies of the individual person. A great
    • come to die, their undeveloped astrality asserts itself all the more
    • development. When such a person dies, who was a great and noble
    • who have recently died, can now be seen fighting on the side of the
    • Atlantean culture. They have astral bodies which intrinsically tend
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    • written partly by those who have studied many documents, but in part
    • science; beauty is essentially embodied in what we call art; and
    • the human audience through their human imagery.
    • Greek tragedies. Just as with science, so has art, too, developed out
    • medieval people of the twelfth century reflected, in looking back to
    • medieval thinker of the twelfth century looked back at the occult
    • medieval occultist expressed the symbol of the Grail — the symbol for
    • The first accomplishment of this medieval
    • runs on that track is fruitless and doomed to die. For the great evil
    • basic ingredients. On the one hand, it is built up by those forces in
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    • this self-movement of the physical and etheric bodies
    • men — and in recent times young ladies too —
    • and, as I say, many young ladies too, simply cannot bear
    • etheric bodies of the other human beings. But in
    • Studies of this kind
    • further studies. Try to feel how behind what existed in
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    • earthly life. when a human being dies prematurely, the
    • who has died early, contains many unused forces; these
    • etheric bodies of those who have died prematurely pass over
    • etheric bodies. Significant stimuli for clairvoyant
    • Spiritual Science are provided by these etheric bodies in
    • those who have died prematurely for the fact that their
    • etheric bodies have been given over to the elementary world
    • from these etheric bodies. I think I need hardly say that
    • way the etheric bodies of which I have spoken are at the
    • died in early youth, and how we have to thank those who
    • have died in mature age, who have taken up into their
    • When somebody dies
    • human being dies with karma that has not been lived out, he
    • taken place in life, and then let his characters die. But
    • her daughter from America to Europe. The father died some
    • conflict after conflict. Arthur's father who has died,
    • cannot be cured. She dies ... and her death is described. In
    • beings have died upon it — its more important forces
    • from the physical nature of human beings who have died.
    • friends who have died. I have tried simply to speak out of
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    • communicated to you in respect of persons who have died
    • out before I go further in these studies of death, that in
    • ... Und es durchaseelte diesse Wesen
    • Deine Stimme, die beredt
    • Dies Wesen, das von edler stiller Schonheit
    • has died so recently. The nature of this soul can best be
    • before an audience he entered into the subject with the
    • Durch die Kraft des Seelenseins
    • Durch die Kraft des Seelenseins
    • Die wir toten Freunden danken.
    • in physical bodies. In thinking of friends who have passed
    • Die wir toten Freunden Danken.”
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    • Die Bruecke Zwischen der Weltgeistigkeit und dem Physichen des
    • Menschen. Die Suche Nach der Neuen Isis, der Goettlichen Sophia.
    • Die Bruecke Zwischen der Weltgeistigkeit und dem Physichen des
    • Menschen. Die Suche Nach der Neuen Isis, der Goettlichen Sophia.
    • people developed without physical bodies through the previous
    • older, our bodies seem like something to drag along and doesn't
    • be able to die; while love means to be able to develop out of
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    • Menschen. Die Suche Nach der Neuen Isis, der Goettlichen Sophia.
    • Die Bruecke Zwischen der Weltgeistigkeit und dem Physichen des
    • Menschen. Die Suche Nach der Neuen Isis, der Goettlichen Sophia.
    • through spiritual scientific studies arrive at an actual bridge
    • has certainly come from true spiritual scientific studies which
    • by scientific studies and it is believed that the historical
    • because these bodies carrying the ancestral blood have drawn
    • bodies now occupied by souls who had lived during the first
    • majority of people, the teaching studied in the Far East. Those
    • characterized for you, and who now penetrated bodies with the
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    • Der Verantwortung des Menschen Fuer die Weltentwickelung Durch Seinen
    • the February edition of the monthly “Die Tat.”
    • Diederichs. I once came across a collection which Diederichs
    • Scheler as main speaker. Some time before that Diederichs had
    • out of Diederichs ... (Gap in short-hand notes). He said
    • and as theosophy,” because Diederichs wanted to
    • Diederichs was an objective man, who allows both opponents and
    • discussion which the publisher Eugen Diederichs presents,
    • wanted, but they didn't fall for it, not for Diederichs to
    • Catholic-Dadaism, finding shelter under Eugen Diederichs in the
    • These are the words of Mr Eugen Diederichs. Here, therefore, is
    • last two studies pointed out with great energy, what actually
    • when Diederichs presents the entire nation with such things as
    • such Diederichs-gossipmongers, it must be done in an energetic
    • as well as a Eugen Diederichs and his stomach-mysticism
    • is about: when it is studied further one can really do extended
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    • Haeckel studied the initial stages of embryonic development known as
    • Die Welträtsel
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    • abstract, disembodied thing, comes close to being concrete and graphic.
    • able to move on from the type of thought we have studied through the
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    • Ladies and gentlemen, forgive
    • feel a certain aversion when it comes to the usual academic studies.
    • and scientific issues — as I hope, Ladies and Gentlemen, you have
    • Die Kernpunkte der socialen Frage in den Lebensnotwendigkciten
    • an das deutsche Volk und an die Kulturwelt’. GA 23. English:
    • to the publisher Eugen Diederichs which was published in volume
    • Die Tat
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    • do not enter bodies in the same way it happened in Greek times.
    • ingredient of the spiritual worlds, a direct part of the
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    • “educated” humanity. In Paul Heyse's book, Die
    • Christmas, the magi studied the heavens when they wished to
    • mysterious event. They studied the constellations, and the
    • relative positions of the heavenly bodies revealed to them the
    • calculate the cyclic rotations of celestial bodies, so must we
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    • is with the physical and etheric bodies in such a way. Matter
    • this: “Die and be transformed!”
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    • I had the possibility to go into Goethe's scientific studies as
    • stone and died. Now he is dead. — The old man replies: if
    • man approaches at that time, the bodies of the canary and the
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    • so long as you don't have it, this: “Die and be
    • Die
    • die, before he dies, is on the road to ruin if he dies.”
    • — A meaningful saying! The human being who does not die,
    • before he dies, that means who does not develop the
    • outside the body. “Who does not die, before he dies, is
    • on the road to ruin if he dies.” This also applies to the
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    • historical-critical biblical studies as well as from the
    • studies the original text, detects the following: The fourth
    • this: “Die and be transformed!”
    • other: who does not have it, this “die and be
    • studies have to go through a crisis. The investigations of
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture V: Bible and Wisdom II
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    • suffered, and died in Palestine, I have seen Him living.
    • ego-being, of the physical, etheric and astral bodies. The
    • bodies. They are exactly distinguished in the Bible from the
    • mysteries with those who left their physical bodies for three
    • embodied in Jesus of Nazareth, and someone understood this who
    • etheric and the astral bodies are raised out of the physical
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VI: Superstition from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • all patients of the other died, nevertheless, both operated
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VII: Issues of Nutrition in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • eating, with diet. An outsider cannot understand why the
    • anthroposophists care so much about their diet. It should not
    • diet, so that he receives a certain power from and a certain
    • certain diet — and could it not be that by another diet
    • him by diet? So, the question is asked by spiritual science:
    • of the compulsion of diet, so that he becomes more and more the
    • diet has an extremely erroneous view. Today nobody should go
    • abstinence, vegetarianism, meat diet.
    • organism with the so-called mixed diet. He takes the main parts
    • of his diet partly from the animal, partly from the plant
    • realm. There are many more defenders of the mixed diet than of
    • a one-sided diet among our contemporaries. We must ask
    • One mostly does not see how it is founded in the diet when the
    • will take up more and more room in the human diet.
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VIII: Issues of Health in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • and laymen, argue not only about the remedies of the single
    • whether a diet gives the human being special opportunity to
    • stuff himself with this or that, but whether a diet gives the
    • diet. This went well as long as benevolent, good friends used
    • the plant has built up. The human and the animal bodies are
    • eat the hemlock without harm, while Socrates died of it? In
    • are specific remedies for this or that illness will say, one
    • gives certain remedies against migraine to the sick person. The
    • and have seen that there are specific remedies for illnesses,
    • and that the application of specific remedies is connected in
    • belongs to the human health that the human being likes a diet
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IX: Tolstoy and Carnegie
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    • the care of a relative who is, so to speak, the embodied love,
    • 1854, when he became a soldier, full of zest for action, to
    • soldier. However, we see now a more specified feeling taking
    • and died. Tolstoy had often seen death in war, had often looked
    • Thus, he studied that category of human beings about whom he
    • do not live in misery and die.
    • this: “Who dies rich dies dishonourably.” One could
    • ”He who dies rich dies dishonourably” means:
    • someone dies dishonourably who does not apply the accumulated
    • something, can get the possibility to do further studies. If he
    • well-being, he dies not dishonourably.
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture X: The Practical Development of Thinking
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    • examples have shown that one is able to point to real remedies
    • and practice is the soldiers. — Who wants to be a
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XI: The Invisible Human Members and Practical Life
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    • etheric and the astral bodies. I knew a gym teacher, who was a
    • the cooperation of the etheric and the physical bodies that the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • representation of nature as the medieval mystics believed to
    • following: I have studied many matters, have found various
    • studied the writings of the mystics with hot endeavours did not
    • time. He had studied theology, turned away from it, and looked
    • for the springs of existence in the last remainders of medieval
    • was transformed to the medieval figure of Mephistopheles. There
    • have already died who have taken an active interest in it when
    • about the others who had not died that they are far far away.
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIV: Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Esoteric
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    • Mephistopheles how, actually, the audience should position
    • and etheric bodies at night, so that it becomes clairvoyant in
    • embodied. We have the third act of the second part of
    • He shows the spirits who are not embodied in the sensuous
    • the “masters” is used who are embodied in the
    • this “Die and be transformed!,”
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    • With particular satisfaction, Nietzsche now studies Eugen
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVI: Isis and Madonna
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    • to enter this physical realm, that is why Osiris died for the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVII: Old European Clairvoyance
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    • etheric, astral bodies, and the ego. The ego is the last
    • being appreciated what astral, etheric, and physical bodies
    • legend where Dietrich von Bern overcomes the giant Grim
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVIII: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • who looked back as kings at the three bodies. Those, who
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 1: The Experience of Major and Minor
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    • dialect die Hand can begin at the shoulder; consequently it
    • speech, the astral body and ego leave the etheric and physical bodies,
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 3: Melodic Movement; the Ensouling of the Three Dimensions through Pitch, Rhythm and Beat
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    • We die. The physical body remains, but it disintegrates. Why does it
    • is the corpse of melody. Melody dies in the chord.
    • It is finished. We say, as it were, to the audience: [21] ‘Friends,
    • significance. That is why it is justified in relationship to the audience,
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 4: The Progression of Musical Phrases; Swinging Over; the Bar Line
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    • have in mind when I say that eurythmy should be studied with feeling.
  • Title: Eurthmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 5: Choral Eurythmy
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  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 6: The Sustained Note; the Rest; Discords
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  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 7: Musical Physiology; the Point of Departure; Intervals; Cadences
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    • quite a different impression upon the audience from that which is created
    • incorporated just as I have indicated today for the scale, the audience
    • subjects are studied, just as in other forms of art. [48] The painter
    • complement our studies.
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    • pass on some things which will bring our studies of tone eurythmy to
    • When we studied the anatomical, physiological aspect of the matter yesterday,
    • physical and etheric bodies. If he were to do this in an inartistic
    • studied in these lectures (which have aimed at deepening eurythmy) should
  • Title: Preparing for a New Birth
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    • Individualitaeten. Die Verinnerlichung der Jahresfeste.
    • physical and life bodies, normal consciousness forces itself
    • consciously into our physical and life bodies, then as we
    • asleep. We think; that is, the physical and life bodies are
    • nocturnal activity — then the physical and life bodies are
    • with our physical and life bodies. Not so our feeling life and
    • physical and life bodies as our thoughts are. I will only
    • bodies, taking with them from normal life only the will and a
    • death, we lay down our physical and life bodies. And so, in the
    • free of the physical and life bodies, that is, once our passage
    • earthly life that is past departs from the person who has died.
    • and life bodies on Earth, after death we receive a higher kind
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 1: Probability and Chance
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    • Probability and Chance, Fritz Mauthner's Studies of Improbability
    • Fritz Mauthner's Studies of Improbability
    • the typecase could be set in soldierly rows to eventuate in Faust? Was
    • down and studied the world's philosophers and is as familiar with all
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 2: Consciousness in Sleeping and Waking States
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    • standpoint from which they are studied to the insights that can be gained
    • from a great variety of studies that we are here dealing with different
    • skin, can be studied by material anatomy; our inner aspect cannot be
    • studied during ordinary waking consciousness. Even what a person comes
    • You can gather from what we have studied
    • matter if one studies the alternation between sleeping and waking with
    • outside it. Since we have left our bodies during sleep, we actually
    • our ego and astral body are outside our physical and etheric bodies.
    • and etheric bodies of a sleeping person, but we must be of a will to
    • beings are really outside their bodies during sleep. So they see the
    • empty space surrounded by this aura. They are not in their bodies; they
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 3: Necessity and Chance in Historical Events
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    • he really accomplished much of significance in his historical studies,
    • bodies must take it upon themselves, under the stimulus of re-approaching
    • merely forming mental images, our etheric bodies take on all sorts of
    • habits. But these etheric bodies are what the physical body is based
    • body presents a barrier. Our etheric bodies can't manage to get everything
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 4: Necessity as Past Subjectivity
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  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 5: Necessity and Past, Chance and Present
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    • are really always outside their bodies and their bodily functions with
    • our bodies with one part of our perception, and our experience within
    • things is reflected in our bodies.
    • ritual and of Christian thinking may be studied in this book (cf. the
    • to studies of a kind that more “mystically” oriented natures
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 6: Imaginative Cognition Leaves Insights of Natural Science Behind
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    • from various spiritual-scientific studies, of how remote from reality
    • etheric bodies to obtain really objective imaginative experience, exactly
    • as we make use of our physical bo