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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • here. The advanced level concerns actual clairvoyance and to the
    • extent that indications pertaining to such actual clairvoyance can be
    • clairvoyance. He who gives the corresponding rules for inner
    • future lectures on clairvoyance.
    • need not probe for the cause. Only he who clairvoyantly can command a
    • spirit. A person with experience in this field, who is clairvoyant,
    • again must this effort be repeated. A clairvoyant person can evaluate
    • a clairvoyant. Only they must he practiced with the necessary
    • intensity and emphasis. They are: Self-confidence paired with
    • humility, self-control paired with gentleness, and presence of mind
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • majority of people and you will find a very strange but fairly common
    • ‘chair’ to a chair. But there is one name which
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • astral body. Even if one is not clairvoyant but judges these
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • during the day, that is to say, one can become clairvoyant and see
    • perceived in man through clairvoyance. When a man stands in front of
    • clairvoyance, certain rays of light are seen streaming continually
    • number of individuals through a form of natural clairvoyance. Then in
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • with clairvoyant perception.
    • expression was coined because of the way political affairs in Europe have
    • Perhaps you have noticed the strange movements they make in the air
    • others take care of their affairs. They would rather sit around asking
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • clairvoyant experiences of the soul as it lives independently of the
    • our hair turns gray and our skin becomes wrinkled, our external life
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • impair that simple joy, so full of love, that filled many hundreds of
    • be impaired by our teachings concerning Jesus Christ that encompass such a
    • approaching the miracle of Bethlehem with our understanding impairs the
    • elements of water, fire, air and earth, all active as demoniacal forces.
    • man still possessed through his atavistic clairvoyance the inheritance of
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • of living thought, of the thinking which is becoming clairvoyant — we
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • from the original German by May Laird-Brown, and edited for this
    • Now let us consider not what we eat, but the air surrounding us. Every
    • sorts of elemental forces that arise from wind, air or water. They would
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • affairs of daily life, frees itself from the body. To begin with, this
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • elevated themselves to a sort of dreamlike clairvoyance to reach a
    • more dreamlike clairvoyance will have an easier time of it during the
    • the twentieth century become clairvoyant to life in the etheric world
    • external events, however, the matter can be resolved fairly easily,
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • it is true, but in such a way that one only wishes he were clairvoyant
    • In air and water and the silent wood.
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • only be overcome by a fairly long familiarity with spiritual research.
    • widespread contemporary scepticism on this point, does not impair in the
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • a fairly long time will pass before it gets better, for many people
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • far as you have not yet attained clairvoyance, really only penetrated
    • meet in Parliament or some other forum to decide all affairs — as
    • affairs. There, it is as if one were in a balanced condition, between
    • sympathy or the opposite — that is a private affair. Objective
    • necessity determines the affairs of the world. It is important that
    • Pessimism and despair must not be created by such contemplations as
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • flair for apt characterisation. And other kindred minds, belonging to
    • We must be courageous enough to face these things fairly and squarely,
    • clairvoyance; all that is required is to apprehend by the exercise of
    • healthy human reason what clairvoyance can discover. It is not
    • essential for the whole of mankind to become clairvoyant; but what is
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • of the encircling air that work in man, forces that still belong to the earth,
    • So we have the earth's interior in the first period of life; encircling air in
    • air in connection with the breathing and so on between the seventh and
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • the air which follows certain paths in his body and also has certain
    • definite functions. This air is breathed out again. — Then people
    • as being permeated with air
    • the air that is within us, in regard to its organization and its
    • The air within us at a certain moment was outside us a moment before,
    • the aeriform element all the time. We can really think of the air as
    • air outside. The usual trivial conceptions of the human organism can
    • tone as being borne to us by the air. But in point of fact the air is
    • only the transmitter of the tone, which actually weaves in the air.
    • of air-vibrations is like a person who says: Man has only his physical
    • organism, and there is no soul in it. If the air-vibrations are
    • air is essentially an etheric reality. And the tone we hear by
    • way of the air arises through the fact that the air is permeated by
    • Chemical Ether. In permeating the air, this Chemical Ether
    • imparts what lives within it to the air, and we become aware of what
    • the air organism. But still another kind of Ether by which the air is
    • permeated is connected especially with the air organism. It is the
    • affinity of the outspreading physical air with the Light-Ether which
    • pervades it. This Light-Ether that is borne, as it were, by the air
    • and is related to the air even more intimately than tone, also
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • the air-organism. He inhales and exhales the air; but during the
    • inbreathing and outbreathing process the air is within him. It is of
    • warmth-organism it is an actual air-organism in man. Warmth, quickened
    • by a moral ideal, works in turn upon the air-organism, because warmth
    • effect upon the air-organism is not that of warming only, for when the
    • air-organism, it imparts to it something that I can only call a
    • the air-organism, so that moral ideals which have a stimulating effect
    • upon the warmth-organism produce sources of light in the air-organism.
    • expression — through the air that is within man. They are, so to
    • warmth organism by moral ideals, produces in the air-organism what may
    • air. I said that the air is only the body of the tone, and anyone who
    • air, speaks of tones just as he would speak of a man as having nothing
    • except the outwardly visible physical body. The air with its vibrating
    • air-organism through the moral ideal, but in the fluid organism. The
    • into the air-organism as a source of light, into the fluid
    • in our air-organism, into which were implanted sources of light
    • paralyzing effect upon the air-organism and upon the source of
    • producing in the air organism — sources of Light.
    • upon ancient clairvoyant vision.
    • instinctive-clairvoyant vision of the universe. The earliest
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • In his fairy-tale,
    • which the light of the sun, the air outside, and so on, must come, to
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • clairvoyance and proceeds through the state found in our modern
    • soul-condition, to return again in future to a clairvoyant perception
    • ancient instinctive clairvoyance was already greatly dimmed. Men's
    • although they no longer had the old clairvoyance; gone also were their
    • as well as the old instinctive clairvoyance had grown very dim as the
    • possessed a certain clairvoyant capacity of a dreamlike nature. And we
    • character that, even then, in the age of instinctive clairvoyance, the
    • large mass of mankind had a kind of instinctive clairvoyance,
    • instinctive clairvoyance and dreaming consciousness.
    • literature describing Varuna as appearing in the air, as wafting like
    • instinctive clairvoyance. And they worked in their last remnants in
    • ancient instinctive clairvoyance. And these the poor shepherds
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • little, we are brought to the point of being able to behold clairvoyantly
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • the time of atavistic clairvoyance, clairaudience, and so on, a
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • for instance, with the type of instinctive clairvoyance belonging to
    • further developed into conscious, exact clairvoyance. It then lives in a
    • clairvoyant; we were unfree; our consciousness was pictorial; we were
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • the air. Thus something from the super-sensible man also underlies the
    • airy aspect of the human being. They can develop, and if they are not
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • to water and to air; so too, he is related spiritually to the world of
    • Long, long ago, in an instinctive atavistic clairvoyance, mankind had
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • clairvoyant capacities. This means nothing less than this: Divine
    • to others who still possessed an atavistic clairvoyance, became
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • Shakespeare was born at Stratford in 1564; his father was in fairly
    • expressive power, their purity and naturalness were moreover impaired
    • when a table and a chair sufficed for the equipment of a royal palace,
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • was born in Stratford in 1564. His father was in fairly good
    • were moreover impaired by a certain artificial note which was the
    • indicated by a notice-board, when a table and a chair sufficed
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • fairly on the path to spiritual knowledge. They did not strive for
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • (including what is in air and water) and also, in essentials, the
    • meaning for man so long as he has not developed his clairvoyant
    • developed clairvoyance, realise why it is so difficult for human
    • sub-consciousness. Clairvoyant consciousness does not charm anything
    • we understand the nature of clairvoyant connection with the dead. What
    • round about us, like the air we breathe, there is a spiritual world,
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • the oxygen of the air. We take in air. The blood changes. This
    • activities of the blood and the air, our feelings come about. Now we
    • impairments, he discovered that they had had an injury in the third
    • we find that this portion constitutes a fairly uniform, mushlike
    • are born, we begin to breathe. This intake of air begins, which then
    • at the earth and imagine that we put a chair out there into space and
    • imagination and not in reality. When we look from our chair in space
    • we get a certain picture. When we then turn the chair around and look
    • Southern Hemisphere and the languages there and then turn the chair
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • that has a certain justification he describes what sort of hair, what
    • of soul. In ordinary breathing we breathe crude material air; with
    • the whole affair and were afterwards asked to describe what had
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • Letters” and Goethe's fairy-tale in my recent small book on
    • fairy tale. Since the middle of the nineteenth century this
    • not believe in it. Most people today, when they have grey hair and
    • in clairvoyance, you will see how the necessity of co-operation
    • legal regulation of existing affairs. The radical parties go as far as
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • within the external physical air or among the products of the mineral,
    • and grey hairs. For the geologist who knows how to observe correctly,
    • do as our personal affair. We shall have no idea that it is something
    • environment as surely as we know of the air and water around us. These
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • an affair of the Earth alone. They are through and through an affair
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • we breathe out the air of death. For life is impossible in the air
    • the organs of the mouth, etc., the earthly air is brought into such
    • In ancient times people still had an instinctive clairvoyance as a
    • away. The old instinctive clairvoyance is no longer there. In the
    • spiritual knowledge. I do not mean through clairvoyance — that is
    • an individual affair — but through the understanding, with
    • healthy intelligence, of what is discovered by clairvoyant research.
    • oneself in order to believe what the clairvoyants see. It is not so.
    • clairvoyant research. Once found it can be seen and recognised. We
    • clairvoyance, but the activity of knowledge — which provides us
    • with spiritual eyes after death. The clairvoyant has to acquire this
    • understood by those to whom we communicate it. In effect, clairvoyance
    • as such is not the essential task of man on earth. Clairvoyance must
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • form, however belong to the whole. The state of affairs today is that the
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • clairvoyant consciousness the cosmic thoughts; we have the
    • clairvoyant vision and not with physical eyes. The legends of
    • clairvoyance arises, as it may happen unawares to the person
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • affairs, a great deal that has been lost, and must be renewed. The art I
    • air. In the real world, what are at first called etheric body, astral
    • patches in the physical air, one discovers the particular existing
    • earth-soul is the reality. Plants are only as hair upon the earth
    • organism, like the hair upon our own organism. Men knew that all these
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • sun's rays in the air. The air was permeated with vapours and clouds.
    • forefathers of ours were possessed of dull, instinctive clairvoyance.
    • were endowed with clairvoyant powers. Wisdom was there in the mists
    • evolution proceeded, the mists condensed into water, the air grew
    • represent the last echo of the ancient clairvoyant experiences of men.
    • are the last vestige of ancient clairvoyant consciousness. — The
    • when the air was becoming pure and clear and waking consciousness
    • phantasy and clairvoyant faculties, of legend and myth. Nor should we
    • This wisdom was mirrored in the ancient clairvoyant faculties of man,
    •  Water and air, is known to thee.
    • The time of transition from the universal clairvoyant consciousness to
    • of barbarians — as Voltaire relates. First, unworthy treatment
    • word is brought forth to-day by the waves of air working through the
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • strives to attain clairvoyance in the spiritual world, namely, the
    • fact which is clearly evident to the clairvoyant power. Humanity
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • but they would see them gripping, as it were, out of the air. What a
    • at Ulm and was not even offered a chair at the university of
    • of the ancient atavistic clairvoyance. What Master Bertram
    • know that air exists. For them, space is empty. At least this fact
    • cannot be thought of without the environing air — for what
    • would we be with our physical body without any air! We imagine that
    • — but here is the air outside the body: we breathe it in, and
    • not the air belong to the physical body in the same way as the
    • is within? In the same way in which we are connected with the air in
    • Hierarchies; they are incessantly active in us, just as the air is
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • — secluded from the material affairs of the world and open to
    • men were still endowed with natural powers of clairvoyance. The soul
    • has lost this clairvoyance but the human ‘I’ has
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • Father God alone and unimpaired, he could never have attained the
    • dream-clairvoyance of which he knew full well: “We have come
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • them in the same way as we understand characters in fairy tales. As a
    • tragedians. The whole affair is simply a disgrace. I need hardly say,
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • the present state of affairs in the world. For long ages now, Western
    • goes its way, concerning itself merely with physical affairs. But all
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • times. We have all heard of the primeval atavistic clairvoyance. For
    • even as it has been lost. Only the old Imaginative clairvoyance which
    • This state of affairs cannot be improved by one individual or another
    • unhappy love affair — that is what the psychoanalysts generally
    • from the aspect of disappointed love affairs. On the contrary, we
    • physical world as breathers of the outer air. Now in a certain sense
    • old atavistic clairvoyance. Instead there must now come into us what
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • better said: Gaea and Uranus. They were the earliest divine pair with
    • this divine pair were descended the Titans, to whom also Chronos and
    • to conduct his affairs he took on all sorts of forms, did he not —
    • particularly outstanding degree. A certain clairvoyance naturally
    • atavistic clairvoyance in Intuition, Inspiration, Imagination; now we
    • [Schwefel (Sulphur) has also a slang meaning of ‘hot air’.
    • remembrance of the ancient times of atavistic clairvoyance. They
    • different way from in their own time. The old atavistic clairvoyance
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • man's evolution in which there existed an old clairvoyance, a
    • evolve the Imaginative faculties. The ancient clairvoyance exists no
    • more. The forces active in the old clairvoyance are now amidst the
    • up to recent centuries with Imaginative clairvoyance, but the
    • point is to show when Imaginative clairvoyance disappeared from earth
    • ages when Imaginative clairvoyance prevailed on earth conditions
    • star-constellations, in fact from what clairvoyance saw in the
    • nonsense.) In the air spiritual events are taking place around
    • us all the time. The air is not only what physical science describes,
    • air-events and the human processes of knowledge which take place
    • different, with the secrets of the air, which, however, are only
    • formerly I saw in Imaginations. The air transmits to me the true
    • living breath (Odem), the air. There the essence was lifted out of
    • outer air (see sketch) — if I speak for the one sex —
    • environment the Light-Imaginations in the air up to the time of
    • the air was everywhere filled with Light phenomena; for the grown
    • man, the matured man, the air was certainly still there, but he knew
    • that as child he had seen something else in it. He knew that the air
    • it was not true that when he looked out into the air there was
    • there were Beings in the air. But all this — the fact that
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  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • possessed atavistic clairvoyance, and through the atavistic
    • clairvoyance had stood in the same inner relation to the spirit
    • that in which the old clairvoyance united man with the spirit of
    • all this strange affair, half-divining it; half-divining she could
    • clairvoyant vision: she suddenly noticed that she still had the
    • she had thus become clairvoyant, the power of her clairvoyance
    • was obliged through the power of the clairvoyance of the new Isis to
    • her clairvoyance there one day arose in her the deep meaning, as far
    • speaking as we have spoken here today! There are a fair number of
    • human evolution resulted in the Imaginative atavistic clairvoyance.
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • He met the other man and learnt to know him. As he breathed the air
    • one shares the air out-breathed by the other. Modern men have become
    • fairly sound skins. Petrowski is now the Minister of the Interior in
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • affairs. Today we see the claim made by great circles of mankind to
    • other aspects. On the whole it is fairly simple to say to oneself
    • demand that religion should not merely be made a Sunday School affair
    • life, super-sensible forces are ruling; indeed, just as the air is
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • is simply absurd to regard such an affair as accidental. For in the
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • forces of soul and spirit are expressed for clairvoyance in a
    • divining-rod. Professor Benedict did not make clairvoyant
    • experiments; as he is very unwilling to acknowledge clairvoyance, but
    • real being of soul and spirit fairly early finds its spiritual grave
    • cosmos. Hence powers of clairvoyance existed in ancient times. Man
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • communicated to the physical air, and thus naturally no physical tone
    • merely voice an understanding of everyday affairs, but are also
    • he speaks; vibrations are set up in the air and they strike on my
    • waking life he lives in air and light. This again leads us to
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • the affairs of human beings. But he really did not feel at home in
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • speak of ‘Inspired Knowledge’ because just as the air
    • not estrange us from the affairs of the Earth: we know that the
    • into vapid castles in the air; on the contrary, it holds that to
    • to lead the human being to mystical castles in the air and thus to
    • seized the Spirit he may take a real hand in the affairs of practical
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • obtained a chair of philosophy at an Austrian university, for a
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • world. It would be far easier to hide this fact, or to take on airs
    • clairvoyant knowledge, we fully learn to know the significance of the
    • see, clairvoyant knowledge arises when our soul-spiritual part is
    • between one who is able to perceive clairvoyantly and one who is
    • the physical-corporeal part. The clairvoyant consciousness is able to
    • lifeless aspect, but to a clairvoyant consciousness the physical
    • human being, lying there asleep on his bed. A clairvoyant seer must
    • perceptions. “The earth thinks”, says the clairvoyant
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • into human nature which had survived from ancient clairvoyant
    • existence after death, for a true clairvoyant perception of man’s
    • which had been handed on from the old clairvoyant knowledge were not
    • heads in the air saying that they have studied Jacob Boehme and find
    • in the element of air, by the process of breathing, again gradually
    • was ancient clairvoyance. Man experienced a real process, an actual
    • the life-giving air, to the air which man takes in with his breath
    • and which then spreads through his whole organism. This air which
    • ‘astral’ man lives in the airy element, just as the
    • this airy element and by the breaking up of the etheric thoughts, by
    • from the working of the ‘astral man’ in the ‘air
    • process. The astral lays hold of the airy element and spreads over
    • but of the astral forces laying hold of the airy element in man, of
    • vessel from which all the air has been pumped. This is how our
    • made the wise men of old feel like frogs exhausted by lack of air.
    • clairvoyant faculties men were able to observe the actual working of
    • reverse of the old clairvoyance — should make headway. And they
    • inner clairvoyance but by means of new clairvoyant faculties acquired
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • remains of an old clairvoyant knowledge, particularly clairvoyant
    • traditions are still alive, traditions that come from a clairvoyance
    • clairvoyance is concerned), do not suffice. This is not sufficient,
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • be astir as a being of spirit-and-soul in the affairs of the earth.
    • relationship with earthly affairs that we now have only between death
    • death, he speaks of the air becoming hard, granite-like.
    • the air had suddenly hardened to granite. The reason for these things
    • Spiritual Science, must be overcome. Interest in the great affairs of
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • past the human beings were clairvoyant and that this ancient,
    • atavistic clairvoyance was lost only because certain qualities had to
    • is nonsense to speak of an ancient clairvoyance, or that people had
    • kind of inner clairvoyant form of contemplation. He would then appear
    • the spiritual world with the aid of his ancient clairvoyance. He had
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • clairvoyance, in their immediate daytime experience, something like a
    • quantity of water, there below; beyond there is the air; man breathes
    • in the air, and this ocean world is a great powerful being that is
    • instance: The face has certain definite forms; flesh and air contact
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • lived. A theoretical or doctrinaire approach is therefore out of
    • doctrinaire. This does serious damage to a thing as alive as an
    • clairvoyance?” or “Does so and so drink coffee or
  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • ordinary circumstances, leaving clairvoyance out of the question, see what
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • would be impaired. Nothing must be allowed to remain that cannot be
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • can correctly repair the complex of interconnections. Particularly
    • bench and when he gets the chance to enjoy country air for a short
    • four hundred years ago clairvoyants observed materialistic thinking
    • and afterwards put on holy airs — they ought to be thrown to
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    • this fructification took place in quite a different way. Clairvoyant
    • with clairvoyant consciousness we look further back still, we find
    • sun beings appeared to him, and it was the same with the air, water
    • then seen by clairvoyant consciousness. This clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant vision to the mineral or metal that he now has within
    • remarkable presents itself to clairvoyant consciousness. This mineral
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    • actually do during sleep? We can in truth say fairly accurately that
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    • of the astral body. That is the spiritual state of affairs. Every
    • time someone weeps, the clairvoyant consciousness can confirm that
    • is just as though you were to pump the air out of a certain space,
    • rarefy the air, and the air whistles in. It is like this with the
    • obtained from smashing a chair, tears are often shed for no further
    • some degree possessed clairvoyant traditions and had at the same time
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    • into the air, as though he had no bony elements within him, but still
    • belonged to the regions of air and water, whereby we must imagine the
    • water dissolved in the air. He would have been like a transparent
    • being wafting through the air. Not until after the separation of the
    • himself with a body as airy as it was before, and he would have to be
    • remain above in the regions where the air was still interlaced with
    • though they had great clairvoyant faculties, and who looked out to
    • the moon was becoming more and more active from outside. The air was
    • phenomena taking place in the region of the air became dependent on
    • by people that actually lived in the realms of air in a kind of
    • further, too, and oppose the capacity of the clairvoyance of Lemurian
    • clairvoyance.
    • old European clairvoyance had also led to there being an ancient
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    • clairvoyant consciousness a very special fact becomes apparent here.
    • You can actually discover what is happening, even without clairvoyant
    • vision, although clairvoyant vision confirms what we are about to
    • connecting-cords can be seen by the clairvoyant in the first weeks of
    • for clairvoyant consciousness. When clairvoyant consciousness
    • in evolution. But when man is seen clairvoyantly passing through the
    • with a lot of affairs that have nothing to do with any previous
    • justice and fairness. New things are constantly being added to our
    • towards truth, fairness and kindness of heart?
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    • weighing something on a pair of scales: first, we put in the one
    • once directly revealed to an ancient, dreamlike clairvoyance, has now
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    • repair the damage to these sheaths cannot be drawn from the Earth but
    • is not in a position to repair it. And it is easy to understand that
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    • clairvoyant consciousness.
    • human being appears to clairvoyant consciousness — but of
    • spreads out below. This part of the Ego-aura appears to clairvoyance
    • standpoint. With his kind of clairvoyance he pays more attention to
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    • first sentence. Try to remember this, although without clairvoyance
    • clairvoyance a remarkable difference is revealed between the head
    • development of clairvoyance has been reached, the clairvoyant can
    • the clairvoyance of the future will develop to further and further
    • clairvoyance; convulsive movements of every kind were characteristic
    • clairvoyant were, for example, to hold his hands quite still in a
    • not clairvoyant, the etheric part moves freely while the
    • clairvoyant who while he holds his physical hands still, moves the
    • etheric hands only. The brain is seen by a clairvoyant to be
    • clairvoyance, simply with the clairvoyant faculty possessed by every
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    • either in affairs of Government or in practical life, and in these
    • after death as a somewhat dim clairvoyant consciousness, had become
    • under the water, they became clairvoyant. John was able to reveal to
    • through the gate of death and that could give him clairvoyant
    • between two chairs! The truth cannot be found by a one-sided adoption
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    • processes during waking life are repaired during sleep. Processes of
    • sleep, in other words, when we become clairvoyant, having wakened
    • what is destroyed by day is repaired during the night, but the forces
    • lungs inside him and there is air outside. Needless to say, that is
    • and have clairvoyant perception of the human body undergoing a
    • then seeing the reverse of what is perceived clairvoyantly during
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    • concern ourselves only with the affairs of earthly existence and take
    • between death and the new birth. We need not despair about them for
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    • pass to the third region of Devachan, the ‘Airy’ region
    • about the third region of the Spiritland, the ‘airy’ or
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    • one's soul, one brings clairvoyant perception to bear on this
    • behind our own! Then, if the clairvoyant state of soul is raised to
    • so says clairvoyant insight — would one experience what it is
    • a clairvoyant faculty in the background, then one feels truly
    • world, you may refuse to know anything about clairvoyant impressions,
    • clairvoyant perception into this sea of thought, as I might call it — a
    • to know through clairvoyance, there is fundamentally nothing to
    • immerses himself with clairvoyant perception in the world of thought
    • him by two worlds; and it becomes apparent — so the clairvoyant
    • For clairvoyant souls in our time it could be a powerful experience
    • on what was said about clairvoyant souls: that they can transpose
    • us; it would throw no light on what is shown to the clairvoyant soul.
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    • clairvoyant vision, of the holy Indian Rishis of that ancient time.
    • when one tries to enter clairvoyantly, as well as one can, into the
    • as we start looking at the fairly detailed knowledge about the Sibyls
    • Sibyl shows this particularly clearly; we see how her hair is even
    • blue veil, so that she has the air element to thank for what she
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    • clairvoyant observation — the following is revealed.
    • the other planets (with the exception of one principal human pair who
    • as cosmic secrets, when we try to penetrate into them clairvoyantly.
    • was not impelled to suck in the air greedily, or to recoil with
    • loathing from the air in another place. That was the deed
    • the Sun and Moon influences from above. Clairvoyant observation
    • rise up out of the cleft, and when the air-currents were right the
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    • rays. The sun works in the first place through air and water and
    • Cosmos; pouring into the air and pervading the atmosphere. The
    • of the Earth. Thus the hair of one Sibyl is blown about by the wind;
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    • nobody was there. He got dressed, and downstairs he found his horse
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    • animal body. Plants are its hair; metals are its veins; the waters of
    • air is always restless; if such aspects are not present, or are few
    • or transient, the air remains quiet.”
    • through the air, and by this means, with God's permission, much
    • they are always here still in the empty air, and with God's
    • certain aspects and constellations the air is always restless; if
    • such aspects are not present, or are few or transient, the air
    • are its hair; metals are its veins; the waters of the sea are its
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    • purely physiologically and not clairvoyantly, the only way to do so
    • Anaxagoras out of air, Heraclitus from fire. I have shown how these
    • Air — Fire — Philosophies out of their temperament, and
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    • to give little heed to earthly affairs of today and to immerse
    • is clairvoyant, approach the mysteries of Jupiter, for they are
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Destiny
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    • two human beings in the physical world. If we turn the clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant character. The human beings were able to feel, as it
    • world through his feelings, through an atavistic clairvoyance and
  • Title: Lecture: On the Connection of the Living and the Dead
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    • in our physical life, in the physical body, we are related to the air
    • different composition of the air.
    • food and with the air around us, so are we connected with that which
    • occultly-trained, clairvoyant person were about to approach a dead
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    • the four elements of earth, water, air and fire, then it makes no
    • The elemental beings of air have developed to a high degree what
    • air. But now we live at a time when the intellect has begun to
    • the lower elements of earth, water and air are inhabited by
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    • were clairvoyant and that this ancient, atavistic clairvoyance was
    • is nonsense to speak of an ancient clairvoyance, or that people
    • through a kind of inner clairvoyant form of contemplation. He
    • the aid of his ancient clairvoyance. He had to abandon the spiritual
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    • Man does not transform himself into air, water, etc. These are only
    • become air and water become at last warmth. Yes, even though it may
    • us. Just so truly as we are living in the air which surrounds man
    • surrounded by the air, so are we, in the same way, surrounded by what
    • means of atavistic clairvoyance — as we may call it — to
    • unconscious clairvoyance has been disappearing. For, naturally,
    • instinctive clairvoyance.
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    • but that this is something belonging to clairvoyant consciousness.
    • in the first place turn to the researches made by clairvoyant
    • consciousness. Now where does clairvoyant research find something
    • can see with his eyes; but to clairvoyant consciousness it is quite
    • Anyone who with clairvoyant consciousness travels through different
    • materialist we are only speaking of an abstraction. To clairvoyant
    • is not clairvoyant can merely feel in a country, but which a man who
    • observes country and people with clairvoyant consciousness, is able
    • own affairs, they only do this because the forces in the world
    • besides this the affairs of their own ‘ I ’
    • earth. This is their own affair. The other, what they do in the
    • we observe these occurrences we are still only observing the affairs
    • co-operative work arises something else in addition. Clairvoyant
    • other Beings who are observed by clairvoyant consciousness.
    • his people, that which he sounds forth into the air, that it is which
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    • element of air, in everything which permeates the apparent earthy
    • substance as gaseous substance. Air is as it were an illusion, behind
    • understand our planet in this way: Where its boundaries of air and
    • Form, who permeate the air and heat with their element, up to the
    • air and fire are connected with the Spirits of Will, the Cherubim and
    • have upon our planet, in earth, water, air and fire, the Beings of
    • astray the clairvoyant vision, — although they are in the
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    • black skin and woolly hair and so on, is the result of their
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    • of dim clairvoyance, during which time he developed a richer soul
    • dim clairvoyance. With this old dim clairvoyance they saw into the
    • The air was still permeated with water-vapor and clouds of mist. But
    • was a certain clairvoyance, and man had to get away from this
    • clairvoyance. This was brought about by the action of the forces into
    • stepping-forth out of the old clairvoyance, and had already reached a
    • states of clairvoyance, had become a matter of complete indifference
    • affairs of the Angels and the Archangels who were still working in
    • having the affairs of the Archangels carried into it, as it were.
    • air through our respiratory organs, which then transforms the air
    • air into words, so it is true also that we must see him ruling and
    • certain degree of clairvoyance, really saw this. He could see Odin
    • in his clairvoyance as unity, and he sees that the movement of the
    • with the weaving of the air he breathes in. He sees how that passes
    • notice the outer material event. All that was clothed in clairvoyant
    • which were the affairs of the Germanic Scandinavian people
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    • clairvoyance then still to be found in humanity, were transposed
    • straight out of this clairvoyant state into the physical world. They
    • clairvoyance, the power to see the objective ‘ I ’;
    • clairvoyantly, the ‘ I ’ as an entity among
    • the ‘ I ’. Clairvoyantly they saw the dawning
    • other beings whom they perceived clairvoyantly. Thus we must conceive
    • ‘, to explaining clairvoyantly with relation to the ‘ I ’
    • clairvoyantly, he was really able to see these two powers, and he
    • the world. With his clairvoyant vision the Germanic Scandinavian felt
    • back to Loki; but through the old clairvoyance he was aware also that
    • insinuate themselves into his knowledge, even into his clairvoyant
    • old clairvoyance saw very differently from a man of the present day,
    • the old clairvoyance, into which, however, the ‘ I ’
    • subject to error. If a man were to perceive the true state of affairs
    • clairvoyance, which we may describe as a dreamy clairvoyance,
    • that what the clairvoyant sees is not merely an allegorical
    • vision, but contemplated it with the old clairvoyance, and you will
    • then find that this myth is formed for that clairvoyance. What does
    • originated from the clairvoyant consciousness. But human
    • clairvoyant Balder, who could see into the spiritual world. Thus man
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    • ages still clairvoyantly shown to man from the spiritual world. It was
    • wonderfully wise, clairvoyant character of the old Indian culture,
    • able to see into the spiritual world with the old clairvoyance, and
    • clairvoyantly experienced things of the spiritual world of former
    • primeval clairvoyance and which had already been poured into the
    • more inward clairvoyant experience gone through in a former age. The
    • premature development that was endowed with clairvoyant experience.
    • resulting from the old clairvoyance, but transposed on to the
    • most penetrating old clairvoyance, acquired by man when he worked in
    • Let us clairvoyantly observe the old continent of
    • which clairvoyant consciousness reveals that, strange as it may
    • source in the old clairvoyance. The peculiarity attaching to the
    • air and fire, in all the elements in and above the earth, meets us as
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    • the Atlantean epoch the air of Atlantis was permeated with water in
    • souls could be perceived by the old clairvoyance of the Atlantean
    • which they had received by means of their clairvoyant capacities. In
    • clairvoyance. He was the living continuation of the clairvoyantly
    • been perceived in primal clairvoyance. That is reflected in the
    • which he has been educated by his preceding clairvoyant perceptions.
    • Freyr is the power which carries clairvoyant forces into the spheres
    • through clairvoyant perception of that which may grow up in a soul
    • to a clairvoyant development.
    • and will attain to clairvoyance, which can to-day be acquired only by
    • clairvoyance as a mystery to come, the ‘Mystery of the Living
    • people have so lately left their clairvoyant past behind them, that
    • then a clairvoyant sense is also developed in their guiding
    • Folk-spirit, by means of which the things we now find clairvoyantly
    • what was formerly the old clairvoyance must take a different form
    • Here, for a while, that which spoke out of the old clairvoyance
    • the new clairvoyance which begins with etheric clairvoyance, it will
    • the old clairvoyance. Thor once upon a time gave man his ‘ I ’;
    • clairvoyance, — instead of developing the new by means of new
    • satisfied with what the old astral clairvoyance of primal ages could
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    • clairvoyant vision. Nor was man deprived of this faculty by the separation of
    • clairvoyant pictures densified into the forms of intellectual consciousness, as
    • air and as it sometimes is with swarms of locusts — with a brood of terrible
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    • called “clairvoyance,” in a superficial way. Neither should
    • often denominated a kind of clairvoyance, the essential thing in the
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    • of the faculty of instinctive clairvoyance. In certain states of
    • old clairvoyance men knew that they were the expressions — not,
    • instinctive clairvoyance and to establish a wisdom composed of
    • in the Mysteries from clairvoyant vision. Whereas the majority of men
    • myths, fairy-tales and legends by those who were capable of doing so,
    • given back again. Just as man regards the air as something which
    • that wisdom was like the air he breathes, later on he felt that his
    • air of the breath and in the epoch of the Mystery of Golgotha he
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    • the statues of the Greek gods breathe only the air of the gods,
    • Michelangelo's breathe the same air as ourselves. This is not
    • hair, its glance and its gesture, all are part of the world in which
    • through her and her raiment and hair flutter; she is directly bound
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    • old, instinctive clairvoyance. They spoke of how the world had come
    • uncannily astute handling of affairs connected with the
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    • discover without the aid of clairvoyant investigation, and Goethe
    • The clairvoyant may now perceive something quite special: Another
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    • process; to the clairvoyant, sleep appears as if the body were
    • clairvoyant. He is like the earth with its budding, greening
    • you facts which rise up before the clairvoyant consciousness. And
    • that when the clairvoyant consciousness tried to recall this
    • even to a non-clairvoyant consciousness.
    • decided to go upstairs to the apple room. No sooner had he moved,
    • went off, and if Franceschi had not risen from his chair at that
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    • the old instinctive clairvoyance could lead to it. But one has to be
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    • A certain clairvoyance will be found to enter into this
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • fair to do, we should dream away the development of the consciousness
    • them; and although we may not have attained to clairvoyant vision
    • hypothesis and clairvoyant fantasy, into a world of dreams in
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    • instinctive clairvoyance. This clairvoyance went through many different
    • breathing caused the air to billow and whirl through the brain and
    • when combined with the air. As a consequence, he also experienced a soul
    • of that which he had inhaled with the air and spread through his whole
    • particularly in the rhythmic air-current within him.
    • into the rhythm of the inner air current. By this method a path into the
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    • clairvoyant faculties and gave man a knowledge far surpassing the
    • elemental form, with everything that lived in the air and on earth. But
    • bring men out of the habit of looking to the spirits of air and of
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    • all talk of Economics — hovering airily over the realities
    • beside the obvious fact that it is airy — has the peculiarity
    • warmth-conditions of the air. When the air is cold, they cannot
    • approach; when the air is warm, they can.
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    • the Earth by way of air and water vapours and even warmth. Consider,
    • plants, along with us, receive their outer warmth and air, and even
    • again and working directly in the air and water over the Earth. The
    • effect, all that goes on through summer and winter in the air above
    • engendered by the water and air above the Earth. All this is drawn
    • well aware that there is a difference between the air above the soil
    • and the air within, but they do not observe that there is also this
    • air beneath the surface contains more carbonic acid, and the air
    • is that the air too is permeated by a delicate vitality the moment it
    • the warmth and with the air; they take on a slightly living quality
    • scanty — he may know how the air behaves in the interior of the
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    • driven out, as it must be in the air we have around us. In the air of
    • surrounded by living air in which the living oxygen were present, we
    • less in need of it—I mean now the nitrogen in the air we
    • a given space filled with air, and then remove a small quantity of
    • nitrogen from the air that fills the space, thus making the air
    • quantity of nitrogen to which we are accustomed in the air is right
    • in the air. But the moment it comes into the Earth, it is alive
    • the air, which in their own way they can carry downward.
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    • it from the air and thereupon hardens and condenses it, till in the
    • nails and pair for instance it has to be cut off.
    • through a permeable skin or hair. The openings which otherwise allow
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    • from the air. These forces must somehow be restored. After a time, the
    • then, you have a fairly compact mass of yarrow in the stag's bladder.
    • similar to that between oxygen and nitrogen in the air.
    • connection in the air, and the limestone-hydrogen connection in the
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    • and potentialities which the more distant planets transmit to the air,
    • when it works through the air through all that lies above the level
    • imagine that you do the following: You catch a fairly young mouse and
    • skin it, so as to get the skin. There you have the skin of a fairly
    • from the air; whereas the roots absorb those forces which come into
    • air whose temperature is seventy degrees centigrade, hot or cold, above
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    • is actually bulged out; it has grown outward into the airy regions.
    • And having thus grown outward into the air, it needs more inwardness,
    • encompasses the free has a different plant-nature in the air and outer
    • warmth than that which grows in air and warmth immediately on the soil,
    • Down here, the astrality in air and warmth is expelled, so
    • that the air and warmth may become mineral for the Bake of man and animal.
    • these spheres. I do not say clairvoyant, but you can easily
    • become clair-sentient with respect to the sense of smell, especially
    • and the scent of trees. Then, in the former case you will become clair-sentient
    • You see, the farmer can easily become clair-sentient. Only in recent
    • times he has male less use of this than in the time of the old clairvoyance.
    • The countryman, as I said, can become clair-sentient with regard to
    • wherever it is needed on the surface of the Earth or in the air. Remove
    • grows out of the Earth into the air. Fundamentally, the one is unthinkable
    • say, the right astralisation is brought about in the air. Now this astralisation
    • of the air is always in mutual relation to the woods or forests, which
    • true feeling in the old time of instinctive clairvoyance. (I should
    • in Nature, especially if we become clairvoyant in the way I explained.
    • system, is in effect all that which passes first through air
    • is a direct assimilator of air and warmth —
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    • feeding of farm animals. Such a state of affairs cannot be much improved
    • It comes from that which is absorbed out of the air and warmth above
    • get the proper change in the open air — how different it will
    • for instance, seeking its food for itself in the open air; following
    • There, through the intercourse with air, astrality unfolds —the
    • the farm is a living organism. Above, in the air, it evolves its astrality.
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    • longer set out from Aires; we must set out from the sign of
    • instinctive clairvoyance. Today, we have instead a science
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    • the ether organism. The physical organism breathes in air, and breathes out
    • air. The ether organism breathes out light, and this light it gives to us.
    • air, so does our ether body breathe in and out. And when it breathes in
    • light, it uses up the light, just as we use up air physically. (You may read
    • oxygen of the air and make carbonic acid gas, so does the ether body use up
    • so that the ether body shows itself to clairvoyant vision in waves of color.
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    • impairment of the ordinary behavior of soul in everyday life, is like
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    • only with its bony system, but with water, air, ether, etc.,
    • think of plants, animals, air, rivers, mountains, etc. Just as with
    • simply passing through the air; I am moving through the thoughts of
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    • that it is only accessible to those who have clairvoyant perception
    • such interest for the affairs of humanity if we wish to
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    • as a result of sun, moon, stars, air, water and the like. The
    • through his dedication to economic affairs, for the human rights he
    • educational affairs. It is a comfort that may flow from knowledge of
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    • bodies; they were the Beings who flash through the air in
    • alternated with a form of clairvoyance that had remained as a
    • celestial bodies to the Earth, in all that fills the airy
    • what the Greek temple represents in another respect. Suppose clairvoyant
    • when clairvoyant consciousness has before it a relic such as
    • clairvoyant consciousness transported into the spiritual world. There
    • rapture, and this is also true of clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant consciousness rest upon these pictures on the physical
    • until the earth was ready to bring forth her fairest blossom
    • fairest flower of humankind could spring from the purest
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    • endowed with a certain elementary clairvoyance in the bodies
    • they then inhabited. This clairvoyance, once a natural faculty in
    • post-Atlantean epoch clairvoyance will gradually be
    • epoch, intellectuality can remain unimpaired even if no pleasure is
    • intellectuality will be impaired through immorality. The other aspect
    • clairvoyant perception of the process of world-evolution to discover
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    • public affairs in this direction. This very phrase was recently
    • coined for the way the political affairs in Europe were conducted
    • state of affairs if the physical body executes movements on its own
    • affairs. But there is nothing in life which you can truly treat in
    • they would sooner leave others to run their affairs. They would far
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    • characteristics that one can ask of clairvoyance in the
    • learn from a study of “mathematicising” what clairvoyance is
    • in clairvoyant research. For “imaginative” cognition, the
    • directly to the concept of clairvoyant experience. And then we raise
    • wishes to understand clairvoyant activity must seek it where it is
    • axioms of clairvoyance are living ones. And if we succeed in
    • recognition as “clairvoyant research” in
    • Anthroposophy. We shall go on to see how, with such clairvoyant
    • synthetic geometry that I became clear about the clairvoyant's
    • is a clairvoyant, but the procedure can be clearly presented in this
    • path to clairvoyant research which I had to describe in my books
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    • clairvoyance. One receives an “imagination” of the whole
    • when an instinctive clairvoyance still persisted among them, gazed out
    • body — what an older, prescient, instinctive clairvoyance
    • (Urkunden) speak from old, instinctive, clairvoyant
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    • to-day. Because of their faculties of atavistic clairvoyance,
    • live in a state of remoteness from earthly affairs; the soul
    • also possessing the faculty of atavistic clairvoyance —
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    • clairvoyance. Of course, medieval realistic scholasticism was no
    • longer based upon clairvoyance, but what it had preserved
    • atavistic clairvoyance, we will find that the ancient Mysteries
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • case. When we look clairvoyantly upon the boy's life, upon the life
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    • societies. Those who give themselves the air of leaders in these
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • affairs on our earth impartially, we shall come to the
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    • the earthy, the watery, the airy, and the element of
    • condition of clairvoyance. This gradually ebbed away and died
    • atavistic clairvoyant power, the writers of the Gospels wrote
    • newly awakened, newly discovered power of clairvoyance, to
    • spiritual and thence to return to earthly affairs, for it is
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • It is not true that because we are not clairvoyant we cannot
    • clairvoyance to use the differential calculus, we have no
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    • Nature, enabled echoes of ancient clairvoyance still to
    • clairvoyant faculties had persisted among all the peoples of
    • somewhat as the clairvoyant feels his astral body, before
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    • clairvoyant faculties that were normal in the soul of prehistoric
    • consciousness gradually evolved. A kind of primeval clairvoyance
    • dreamlike clairvoyance, not only acquired knowledge but experienced a
    • gazed with his clairvoyant consciousness.
    • clairvoyant powers. But facts will in time compel thinking people to
    • man whose clairvoyant powers gave him knowledge of his
    • transition from this ancient clairvoyance of the human soul to our
    • were preserved, and who felt that through his clairvoyant perception,
    • preserved this dim remembrance of ancient clairvoyant powers, there
    • is at work which once gave him a clairvoyant picture-consciousness.
    • pair of scales, so in “history” there must be one event
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    • inasmuch as it is a public affair, concerning not the individual
    • ordering of affairs, find themselves faced with the entirely
    • health side by side with the democratic demand that affairs of public
    • about the necessity for proper air, light, nourishment, sanitation,
    • line has been spoken, and does not see to it that all the air is used
    • become in the real sense, and to a high degree, an affair of the
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    • our breathing-in the air. The air which we breathe in passes through
    • in the element of air. It is, however, but a childish conception of
    • Physics to believe that the peculiar forms in the air are the reality
    • In the same way the air
    • in the air. For the sound itself, the air signifies no more than does
    • the air, and the air gives it the possibility to stand. But the sound
    • soil on which he stands, so, is the sound different from the air upon
    • earth can only speak and sing by means of the air, we have in the
    • airy forming of the sound the earthly image of a thing of soul and
    • world, and that which dwells here in the air is fundamentally the
    • clairvoyance in an earthly form. We are tempted to say: — As
    • sound dwells on earth in the element of air, so it is with the nature
    • consonants, if we have the necessary clairvoyant power of imagination
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • immediate experience to his instinctive clairvoyance, he knew: When
    • despair of the human body in death. About six hundred years
    • knew the truth of that which the old clairvoyant powers of the soul
    • once revealed to an old dreamlike clairvoyant consciousness as the
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning Electricity
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    • him, go downstairs after their sectarian meeting and enter an
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    • on the foundation of ancient clairvoyance. It was there, but it
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • science has to say, what clairvoyant investigation has revealed, it
    • with clairvoyant vision, we do indeed come to a tellurian epoch in
    • degrees of perfection. When we now go back in time and clairvoyant
    • mineral base on which we walk surrounded by air with its fog and
    • back, what is now the surrounding air does in effect take on the
    • not find only such mineralised air and cloud-formations as we have
    • air but intense, pulsating life. And the further we go back the
    • through the air. And then we come to a
    • if one despairs of the spirit, regards the spirit as merely bound to
    • of clairvoyant research, and there, provided only that it is
    • science tells us: if it is true what clairvoyance reveals, the
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • done soon, otherwise the fairest fruits of our work will be lost
    • consequence that even the old clairvoyants could only see so far as
    • clairvoyant vision of the East it would appear as though 105 years
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    • instance when we look back clairvoyantly into the Saturn or Sun
    • clairvoyant forces. In external literature, however, whether written
    • clairvoyantly to the state of Saturn, we must prepare ourselves
    • be pictured in thought, becomes through clairvoyance, objective
    • clairvoyance, ordinary thoughts must be left behind, they do not
    • actively radiant. In short, you then become clairvoyantly aware how
    • into the air became time — in this case it is time-beings) and
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    • air, but of ‘heat.’ So, too, in first speaking of
    • that even the clairvoyant, when he transports himself back to the
    • adding to it air and light, that again is depicted merely by an
    • air’ and ‘light’ for something ethical if we
    • wish to understand the air and the light which are added to the
    • we only accept what is proved. And a man who wishes to be clairvoyant
    • everything. For how do we acquire clairvoyant knowledge? Only by
    • of clairvoyant knowledge except by creating a suitable frame of mind
    • consists externally of air and of light. But when we say this, it is
    • as the illusion of a body consisting of light and air; but if we
    • approach nearer, we have no longer a body of light and air but it
    • no one learns the real nature of air who only describes it according
    • only outer manifestation. For wherever there is air in the world, the
    • deeds of the Spirits of Wisdom lie behind it. Weaving, active air
    • only he looks rightly upon air who says: ‘I see air in this
    • was meant by describing ancient Sun as consisting of air. We now know
    • that what appears outwardly as air is a gift which the Spirits of
    • something wonderful is seen by the clairvoyant. We must clearly
    • of giving. This it is which as air weaves through the Sun. When we
    • spiritual being of air. Wherever there is air we are concerned with
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  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • behind the phenomenon of flowing air. As, in order to do this, it was
    • that behind all that we may call flowing air or flowing gas, there is
    • flowing air. Thus what is perceived externally, physically, is in
    • fire, heat and air are illusions; and the realities behind these bear
    • fire nor air should be sought in the world of reality, but sacrifice,
    • reappearing as gas, or air. And with the resignation also
    • or air. Resignation as it has now become appears in external Maya as
    • is an illusion behind which is sacrifice, and gas or air an illusion
    • airy conditions condensed to watery conditions. Water first appeared
    • clouds of the air; that is to say: In the outer form of the air would
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    • as Wisdom, and Spirituality behind air and gas. This then combines
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    • spiritual counterpart: Sacrifice — if (2) behind all the air
    • ourselves do not die when our hair goes grey, although we cannot
    • be compared to a man who could restore his grey hair to its natural
    • historical happenings; they obtained the rest clairvoyantly. But
    • that all Fire is sacrifice, everything of the nature of Air is the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 1: The Driving Force Behind Europe's War
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    • all around us, just as air and water, the stars, the sun and
    • not done so, though it could be done fairly easily — it
    • legend, the fairy-tale, or call it what you will, which
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    • but hot air. In their innermost hearts, in their feelings and
    • soon be obvious. But in social and political affairs, and
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    • made airships possible, or the knowledge of statics which has
    • clairvoyance still existed. Ricarda Huch says that what
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    • withering away. I am using fairly radical terms. The fact is,
    • London congress, which was chaired by Darwin's son,
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    • or lying down — not only in the world of air and light
    • space filled with air. And in more or less the same way you
    • airy principle — is a manifestation of the higher
    • must think of it as all spirit, or at least all air
    • past. Even the nature of clairvoyance is such that the
    • clairvoyant and sees himself wearing ass's ears. He would
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • on a chair and watching the man lifting weights, it looks
    • you cannot know if they are heavy or light as air until you
    • not as light as air, this knowledge has not come from looking
    • clairvoyance has become something different today, it is
    • clairvoyance of the fifth post-Atlantean age, the connection
    • analogous to clairvoyance. Teachers may not be fully
    • communications, even for clairvoyant individuals. If we treat
    • we are being unfair to spiritual science. The whole of
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    • can feel perfectly comfortable on a chair which one has
    • tell the world: ‘You should all sit on chairs like
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • said that it takes a fair amount of materialism, even if
    • affairs. People do not like to speak of events in human
    • affairs having spiritual causes. Anyone who knows the real
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • air pump and therefore in a vacuum, do you think the chick
    • they have air — not in the vacuum to be found under the
    • receiver of an air pump. In the same way, ideas and ideals
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    • relationship as the signature for the way affairs were
    • affairs were ordered; in short, account was taken of
    • ordering of affairs — today we would say for affairs of
    • order human affairs on the basis of blood relationships, the
    • then began to instil ideas in human minds that affairs should
    • more powerful. We shall only be able to judge human affairs
    • so, they may have grey hair and wrinkles and all kinds of
    • grey-haired theory, if you will forgive the expression. But
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • plan according to which human affairs on earth were ordered
    • depth; they are in some respect profound. It is fair to say
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    • affairs involved mainly members of the hierarchy of
    • powers of darkness will have to intervene so that the affair
    • keep this an intimate affair, letting it proceed without much
    • are causing havoc in public affairs. Much of what I have been
    • way. This is the age when human beings must take affairs into
    • hairsplitting, astute, critical intellect could lead, which
    • reached a sufficiently respectable age for it to be fair to
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • the bird out of the air. As soon as one turns to the elements, one
    • something that mattered in human affairs. And so, without
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    • organism, but only the air element and the fire or warmth element.
    • that thought takes hold only of the elements of air and fire. When an
    • air-like, evanescent, imponderable parts of the body. Thus thinking became
    • air of the body. Thus we may say that modern man will understand
    • are really all like the famous personage who drew himself up into the air
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • 4:4 And it came to pass, as he sowed, some fell by the way side, and the fowls of the air came and devoured it up. \
    • With clairvoyant sight we shall perceive that during sleep the
    • these things with clear, clairvoyant consciousness. Man can say, if only
    • although in the form of dreamlike, clairvoyant consciousness;
    • mankind through dreamlike clairvoyance.
    • With their ancient clairvoyance men knew that the greatest
    • clairvoyant insight into the mysterious connections between the world
    • had meaning for ancient clairvoyant consciousness have been handed down
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    • human hair. If we wanted to explain how it may have originated there,
    • that the earth is surrounded not merely by the mineral air of the
    • hair or tooth.
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    • were in the air — if I may use the trite expression.
    • Nevertheless, they left them in the air. Few, no doubt, had
    • into thin air. Then they began to take the greatest pains to
    • such principles as that of the airship or of the submarine
    • technique to the financial affairs of the world. He thinks
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    • pair of shoes, needless to say there is something in this act
    • only on a mineral Earth, surrounded by an airy atmosphere; we
    • or family affairs), — he will not easily find the way
    • air that is breathed out through our larynx, configured
    • thought in your head, and the configured air that passes
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    • atavistic clairvoyance!
    • with an atavistic clairvoyant power. Man did not merely
    • are the image of what the old atavistic clairvoyance actually
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    • structure, not only upon an air structure.
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • divine gift into a clairvoyant, clairsentient power, enabling him
    • an exact clairvoyance. The modern natural scientist investigates
    • exact clairvoyance, in the manner described. The will was also
    • staircase; I imagine myself on the highest step, not on the
    • lowest, and I go backwards. Instead of climbing upstairs, I go
    • downstairs in my thoughts; I tear myself away from the real
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    • through air when we behold something. When we look through air,
    • air, in order to look at it, we would see our environment in the
    • in your air-environment — if I may use this expression
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • clairvoyance, or remnants of this clairvoyance (which lasted
    • a world airship and reach the Sun, for where they suppose the
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    • states, or rather clairvoyant states, in normal human life. Primeval
    • belong, at the expense of the old clairvoyant consciousness.
    • Clairvoyant consciousness will have to be cultivated again in the
    • animal; understand all living things in air and water, on the
    • To-day, the anatomist has discovered the existence of twelve pairs of
    • Amschaspands. There are twelve pairs of nerves and by their means man
    • that Zarathustra was referring to the twelve pairs of cerebral nerves
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    • possessed a clairvoyant consciousness unlike our waking
    • “clairvoyant,” although, indeed, of a hazy, dreamlike
    • spiritual world behind. In reality, all clairvoyant consciousness,
    • that of prehistoric man, as well as the clairvoyance acquired by true
    • stages between the old clairvoyant consciousness and the objective
    • consciousness of modern man. The ancient clairvoyance grew dim and
    • gradually faded away. Clairvoyant powers decreased little by little
    • perceptible to lower clairvoyance. Then, so far as humanity in
    • general was concerned, the old clairvoyance died out entirely. Waking
    • The old clairvoyant powers gradually faded as the development of
    • clairvoyance, to gaze into the spiritual worlds. In the people of
    • Egypt a somewhat feebler clairvoyant power was preserved on into
    • columns, bearing witness to deep and all-embracing clairvoyant powers
    • as the embodiment of the primal glory of that old clairvoyant wisdom,
    • their traditions of ancient clairvoyance. They knew of the existence
    • last remnants of ancient clairvoyance. But now they said: “We
    • experienced in clairvoyant form. The forms were of course not so
    • represented what clairvoyant consciousness perceived when it gazed at
    • Air and Water — that is to say he learnt to know the nature of
    • learnt to know how air enters the body in the form of oxygen; he
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    • flutters forth into the air. It can then lay another egg and the same
    • also air. This moisture and air the caterpillar demands is not merely
    • This ether-body enables it to take in the spiritual present in air. The
    • now fly about in the air which was impossible for the caterpillar. It
    • see the bright butterfly in the air we must realise that the same
    • you here that there must be a transition from moisture containing air to
    • light. Now here is the chrysalis living in air and light; as caterpillar
    • it lived in water and air; here as chrysalis in air and light; then it
    • animal which lives in the air is inwardly spun, just as the butterfly,
    • an animal which as it lived in the air-water element would have a blood
    • in water. But imagine the animal often rises to the air, gets out on the
    • light and air instead of water and air. What does the animal do
    • live in water. When it reaches the air it inwardly performs what the
    • air to air and light, followed by caterpillar to chrysalis, is also
    • taken by the frog in its elements of air and water. In this case,
    • however, air penetrates, as the animal must be exposed to both air and
    • light. Light and air create lungs and legs whereas water and air create
    • the microscope! One forgets all that is active outside in air, light and
    • they say: The whole butterfly is already present! — and light, air
    • one realises that after all light, air and all the rest should be taken
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    • during sleep becomes really clairvoyant, or when the clairvoyant soul
    • relate it to a past experience. Anyone who looks clairvoyantly into what
    • years before refers to that past time, so does anyone who clairvoyantly
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    • Así como el hombre ve al aire como algo que le rodea, que atrae
    • hombre sentía que la sabiduría era como el aire que respira,
    • aire de la respiración y en la época del Misterio del
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • clairvoyance in very ancient times, traces of which remained on into
    • later epochs; through this clairvoyance he perceived inwardly how he
    • God has granted me refreshment. We should have to despair of science if
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  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • becomes astrally clairvoyant, he is able to see the etheric
    • human being, whose clairvoyance reaches as far as the higher
    • Devachan. To such a clairvoyance, who is able to see into
    • earth. If we now look away for a moment, our clairvoyant gaze
    • into steam it becomes Air. Occultism, here goes
    • still further, for it shows that the air may become still
    • distinct within itself, just like Earth, Water, and Air
    • the physical body of man was condensed to air; at the same
    • without clairvoyant perception? — Without clairvoyance,
    • as long as he is not astrally clairvoyant. Materialists
    • clairvoyance, the life of the plants and the laws of life
    • clairvoyance, the laws of the animal kingdom will permeate
    • the various stages of a higher clairvoyant consciousness.
    • hair, etc. These are not permeated by the astral body, but
    • pain. The hair and nails are products from which the astral
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • And dost in silent grove, in air and stream
    • premonitory striving, the time when he despaired of science
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    • spiritual air of mutual love and peace that radiates through
    • And in the airy realms, and in the oceans' depths.
    • ‘I wandered on in Argos' fairest land —
    • Through airy spaces and this pole's long round;
    • My fairness and my skill unto his works,
    • Here a fair youth, Aglaidas, once sought me out;
    • without love — the fairest thing in human evolution, to
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    • end of the period of the old clairvoyant consciousness.
    • Science that arose out of a clairvoyant consciousness which
    • It was this clairvoyant consciousness which had produced the
    • developing that clairvoyant consciousness, for he only
    • when the clairvoyant consciousness saw, not only the physical
    • the power of seeing clairvoyantly even so long ago as the
    • earlier, men possessed a certain clairvoyance and that the
    • the clouds sailing through the air, he saw not only a script
    • from the clairvoyant stages of perception to a material form
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    • corporeality is more tenuous than atmospheric air. At regards
    • was in bad repair, and the walls ran water in streams. But
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    • atavistic clairvoyance which subsequently disappeared and
    • Scholastic affairs were to be ‘liberalised’ and
    • brought about? I am telling you no fairy tales; this actually
    • to deliver, which he has left at the bottom of the stairs.
    • fairy tale. I will describe the subject matter, which
    • has to treat. And the affair is somehow connected with
    • the whole affair somehow involves the girl with whom the
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    • seldom calculates in vain in human affairs. Thus, as I
    • the most sacred and solemn affairs of mankind are sometimes
    • theologian, but as a man of practical affairs. I refer to Max
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    • (leading up even to the old clairvoyance), the word which one
    • common air when we are together in such a hall as this, so did
    • creating a vacuum, or a space in which the air is highly
    • possible to create a space in which the air is rarefied,
    • air had to be eliminated from certain spaces.
    • a vacuum or a space in which the air is rarefied, with the object
    • breathed into man the living breath — the air — and
    • that thereby a living soul came into being. The air had
    • of that rarefication and condensation of air which came about
    • modern age, and man himself began to rarefy the air; to get rid
    • happens therefore when man uses a space with rarefied air, that
    • is to say, when he banishes the air from a given space? It is a
    • where the air is rarefied. Hence, when the steam-engine is
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    • his birth, before he could breathe the outer air, he had beheld
    • understanding when such a back-stairs politician as Christian
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    • And thirteen chairs against the walls, he noticed.
    • Devotion seemed to fill the very air,
    • Above each chair was hung a special shield,
    • Each brother sinking down before his chair,
    • The wreaths of flowers in their curly hair;
    • With joy of movement thrilled, enlived and fair.
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    • but only to clairvoyant consciousness, and this must be admitted.
    • investigations of clairvoyant consciousness. Where does clairvoyant
    • Clairvoyant consciousness presents a different picture. Whoever is
    • endowed with clairvoyant consciousness and visits the various
    • the materialist, to deal in unrealities. To clairvoyant consciousness
    • which is dimly sensed by one who is not clairvoyant, but which a
    • clairvoyant who sees into the secret hearts and minds of the people
    • with clairvoyant consciousness, we study the different peoples, we
    • these other Beings who are perceived by clairvoyant consciousness.
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    • his contribution to his own people, all that touches upon the affairs
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    • Seraphim. The Cherubim work in the air element, in everything
    • Air is an illusion behind which stand the mighty Beings we call
    • boundaries of air and heat or warmth — for the atmosphere is
    • permeate the air and heat with their element, the Spirits of Movement
    • have stated that the three elements, water, air and fire are related
    • water, air and fire are the Beings of the first or highest Hierarchy
    • Angels, are the Spirits who in a sense falsify clairvoyant perception
    • the one most easily contacted by those who attain to clairvoyant
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    • type with his black pigmentation and woolly or frizzy hair is the
    • clairvoyantly aware of the seven Spirits of Form acting in concert.
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    • were still endowed with a high degree of the old dim clairvoyance
    • the East had begun. The air was still permeated with water vapour and
    • certain natural clairvoyance which he had to overcome. This was
    • old clairvoyance and had already reached a higher stage of
    • clairvoyance. They had no direct consciousness of the work of the
    • specially fitted to perceive clairvoyantly.
    • still in a state of diminished consciousness. But now in clairvoyant
    • this direct transition. They preserved a clairvoyant memory of an
    • macrocosm. The regular inhalation of the air through our respiratory
    • organs which transform the air into words and speech corresponds to
    • of air into words, so too we must perceive his presence and activity
    • of clairvoyance really saw the presence of Odin everywhere in the
    • cosmic element of the air, saw how he formed speech by means of his
    • clairvoyantly as a unity; he perceives that the soughing of the wind
    • breathing. He sees how the air he inhales passes into the blood
    • the external physical process. All this was seen clairvoyantly. He
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    • spiritual world by means of the old clairvoyance still prevalent at
    • immediate transition from this clairvoyant state to a consciousness
    • clairvoyance, the power to see the ‘I’ objectively, that
    • is to say, in their clairvoyant field of vision they perceived the
    • Clairvoyantly they saw the dawning of their ego in an imaginative
    • clairvoyantly. Thus we must conceive of this antithesis in a purely
    • showing clairvoyantly the relationship of the ‘I’ to
    • affairs he was guided by divine spiritual Beings. But on the other
    • in Teutonic mythology. As Nordic man was still clairvoyant, he really
    • active being in the world. With his clairvoyance Nordic man felt
    • man could be traced to Loki. Through the old clairvoyance, however,
    • his clairvoyant knowledge — all illusion and maya, is the
    • of the Sun — in the epoch of the old clairvoyance of course,
    • clairvoyance into which the ‘I’ plays everywhere.
    • which his influence was perceived by the old dreamlike clairvoyance.
    • clairvoyant sees are not allegories, but real Beings.
    • but contemplated it with the old clairvoyance, you will find that
    • this myth has been developed in response to this clairvoyance. What
    • clairvoyant consciousness. But human consciousness consisted in this
    • alternated between the blind Hödur and the clairvoyant Baldur,
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    • ‘I’ was revealed clairvoyantly to man. According to
    • Hence the remarkable wisdom and clairvoyant insight of the ancient
    • important gift of the old clairvoyance which enabled them to see into
    • preserved the direct, original memory of the old clairvoyant insight
    • gradual, continuous evolution of the original clairvoyance with which
    • inwardness which is only the after-effect of a clairvoyant insight
    • still working in from prehistoric times and imbued with clairvoyant
    • substance of the old clairvoyance, transposed now on to the physical
    • sublimation of the old clairvoyant insight, of the cooperation of the
    • illuminating they are. Let us consider clairvoyantly the old
    • strange as it may seem, was seen clairvoyantly to flow from the South
    • source in the old clairvoyance. The peculiarity attaching to the
    • creatively active in air and fire, in all the elements in and above
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    • During the Atlantean epoch the air of Atlantis was permeated with
    • old Atlantean clairvoyance the descent of these souls out of the
    • clairvoyant capacities. Within the physical world, the world limited
    • hitherto been received in a clairvoyant form. He was the living
    • continuation of forces clairvoyantly received. He had therefore to
    • the physical plane what had been perceived in primeval clairvoyance.
    • through his earlier clairvoyance. The name of his horse is Bluthuf,
    • clairvoyant forces to the physical plane, then this magic ship is
    • North, much of the old education through clairvoyant perception has
    • clairvoyant development.
    • clairvoyance, to perceive something of what is announced only by
    • that they will attain to clairvoyance, which today can only be
    • clairvoyance? There will be some who will receive clairvoyant
    • that which St. Paul saw in etheric clairvoyance as a mystery to come,
    • its clairvoyant past behind it, a clairvoyant sense is also developed
    • in its guiding Folk Spirit in order that the newfound clairvoyance
    • flourished, then this people must realize that the old clairvoyance
    • the physical plane. The old clairvoyance was temporarily silenced;
    • etheric clairvoyance he will realize that the forces of the old Gods
    • forces known to the old clairvoyance. Once upon a time Thor endowed
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    • minds were directly concerned with the practical affairs of everyday
    • Sanctuaires d'Orient.
    • From earlier lectures we know of an ancient clairvoyance which in
    • primeval times welled forth in human nature, so that clairvoyant
    • thirst and the need for air arise in their bodies — pictures
    • rape of ancient clairvoyance by modern knowledge was already taking
    • that ancient clairvoyance. He looked up to that goddess called
    • Persephone, who was the regent of this old clairvoyance bound up with
    • place of this ancient clairvoyance another culture will become more
    • born of them, born of men to whom the ancient clairvoyance is already
    • today, untouched by forces of clairvoyance. It is a civilisation
    • clairvoyant culture, so Iphigenia represents the perpetual sacrifice
    • which points to an age when the old clairvoyant culture was still
    • clairvoyant culture represented by Persephone must light up again.
    • abandon our dramatic convictions. For example, take the fairy-tale
    • you heard yesterday, the fairy-tale that Felicia tells Capesius in
    • beings whom we encounter in the silvery moonlight of the fairy-tale,
    • of a delicate fairy-tale ... the only vehicle fit to convey the
    • Sanctuaires d'Orient,
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    • that in primeval times the soul had been gifted with clairvoyance,
    • of those clairvoyant powers which played into men's souls from
    • had clairvoyant capacities. You can read in my
    • Persephone, who represents the ancient clairvoyant forces of the
    • of Spiritual Science has happened to the old clairvoyant faculty of
    • from the earliest times right up to our own day; the old clairvoyant
    • Persephone gone? What is the Regent of the old clairvoyant forces
    • clairvoyant forces have gone. Whereas in primeval times they worked
    • task of making man clairvoyant, today they devote themselves to the
    • of human development, the soul was robbed of its ancient clairvoyant
    • of Greek mythology whom we associate with the kind of clairvoyant
    • forces give me also the power of clairvoyance; just as I breathe, so
    • also I have clairvoyant sight.’ Just as man went through no
    • form his own clairvoyant faculty, but both these things were given to
    • transformed into the faculty of clairvoyance.’ (We may call
    • Demeter, the fecundating goddess of the whole world, the clairvoyant
    • place among the wonders of Nature. He feels this clairvoyant capacity
    • forces which in man develop into the faculty of clairvoyance.
    • faculty of clairvoyance. And because this organism of ours has become
    • denser, it can also hold fast the clairvoyant forces in the
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    • when we become aware of the currents of air in the wind, then we no
    • subconscious, he saw it, or felt it clairvoyantly. If today we wish
    • conscious of a figure who could be reached by clairvoyance, he was
    • clairvoyant consciousness, who can see into the real spiritual world,
    • speak of clairvoyance, or clairaudience, so one may speak of
    • clairsipience. This clairsipience can apply to the threefold human
    • spiritual, then you have the clairsipience which the occultist knows
    • the physical world when there is not enough air, when we have a
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    • only to clairvoyant sight. If we turn to the category of Beings
    • gifted with clairvoyance who were susceptible to inspiration from the
    • clairvoyants offered up their bodies to the guiding Beings, they said
    • there walked on Earth an ordinary man, but one who was clairvoyant;
    • clairvoyant kings and priests were inspired by Angels, so Zarathustra
    • in the Egypto-Chaldean time intervene again. If in clairvoyant
    • Anyone who becomes clairvoyant in the
    • was not possible even for the most advanced clairvoyant, something
    • of the Luciferic nature seen from the cosmic aspect. Clairvoyant
    • space which he came to identify by observing clairvoyantly the
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    • soul-forces concentrated in our astral bodies.’ If clairvoyant
    • In that book we come to recognise that as long as the clairvoyant, or so
    • to their feeling that an old clairvoyant consciousness had preceded
    • was entirely a matter of feeling. This old clairvoyant consciousness
    • still clairvoyant they did not believe that the soul is enclosed in
    • on a chair in his house and says: ‘Here am I inside my house
    • and surrounded by its walls!’ The old clairvoyant man did not
    • clairvoyant consciousness was like. It circulated outside its own
    • consciousness, a clairvoyant consciousness which, though it had
    • found clairvoyant, and only later intellectual expression. If we see
    • first clairvoyant, we see what we have called Persephone, then we can
    • say: ‘Before man lost his clairvoyant consciousness there
    • microcosmically from within man, constitute the ancient clairvoyant
    • of a clairvoyant civilisation. Everything to do with Greece which has
    • the still clairvoyant ego. The Greek had a sense of tragedy when he
    • of old was endowed with clairvoyant consciousness as a universal
    • looked back with a sense of tragedy to that old clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant but intellectual, is able to form an image of the world
    • Whereas clairvoyant sight encompasses the whole world in one look,
    • clairvoyantly, he can at least form intelligent pictures of the
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    • the eye (clairvoyant or otherwise) was directed upon the wonders of
    • question as to how the human being appears to clairvoyant sight, we
    • enlist the help of the clairvoyant eye, we can never observe his ego.
    • inner being to clairvoyant consciousness. To ordinary consciousness,
    • consider the ego, observed not with clairvoyant but with normal
    • quite different; the ego too for clairvoyant consciousness is
    • of clairvoyance is turned upon the physical body it dissolves like a
    • land, to Devachan; thus a clairvoyance of a very high order is needed
    • more or less spiritual bodies, bodies only accessible to clairvoyant
    • only perceptible to clairvoyant vision, was really fitted to the
    • a clairvoyant consciousness. But this clairvoyant consciousness was a
    • clairvoyant consciousness had to be lost to man in order that a new
    • old clairvoyant consciousness had to die out, had to sink below the
    • ‘Once upon a time the human soul was endowed with a clairvoyant
    • physical ears, the world that was there for the old clairvoyant
    • as he now is. That could only happen by means of clairvoyant
    • moment clairvoyant. She was destroyed by flame because she saw Zeus
    • unprepared, were to enter clairvoyantly the spiritual
    • spirit-body exists only for a clairvoyant consciousness, it is
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    • who only manifest themselves to clairvoyant consciousness. You will
    • were clairvoyant were inspired by teachers who did not descend to
    • clairvoyant consciousness. In the Mysteries with which we are
    • Greek pupils directed their clairvoyant sight upon the figure of
    • clairvoyantly in the holy Mysteries, that same Dionysos emerged as
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    • substance of such an organic system. For clairvoyant sight something
    • of our blood circulation. If you see clairvoyantly the blood
    • idea of this secondary stream if you think of the air, the atmosphere
    • Beings working directly in Saturn, Sun and Moon just as air surrounds
    • into us — a new element of clairvoyance, but also a new element
    • gods, with the elements of earth, water and air, whereas the other
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    • clairvoyant sight. Whereas in the case of the mammals, wherever we
    • turn our clairvoyant gaze, we find the astral body very strongly
    • which meets the clairvoyant eye is the etheric body. For example, it
    • as regards creatures covered with hair. Forces working upward from
    • feathers of the birds, are predominantly at work in hair, and hair
    • coming from cosmic space affect their hair but little. This seeming
    • one could say that every feather has the tendency to become a hair,
    • but is not a hair because the forces of cosmic space work inward on
    • the feather from all sides; and every hair has the tendency to become
    • man endowed with the ancient clairvoyance wanted — not simply
    • have in fact what a clairvoyant culture, which was inwardly aware of
    • interwoven. For clairvoyant sight the human form has a very strange
    • clairvoyant vision, and if one completes it by adding the human
    • The clairvoyant consciousness cannot then look upon a sphinx —
    • the warmth element to air (warmth being the essential feature of the
    • Whereas the other Beings among the upper gods refused to take the air
    • cosmic space, this Being did take the air-element with Him, so that
    • the Old Sun condensed to air or gas. If we gaze up into space, gaze
    • look at this whole sun with the clairvoyant eye, you see that
    • not only there for clairvoyant sight as an etheric structure, it is
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    • his senses, or even to his clairvoyant knowledge; he aims at a
    • them as the ancient clairvoyant consciousness and expressing what
    • human being, came into play in the old clairvoyant days. To achieve
    • clairvoyant were filled with far more life, far more reality. We saw
    • clairvoyant times it was not only the images of the astral body that
    • diagrammatically it is like this. The old clairvoyance, even the
    • hierarchies, have laboured. Indeed when through clairvoyant
    • made through clairvoyance, but they can be confirmed by the facts
    • reached the stage of clairvoyance, then is the Christ-filled soul
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    • times of evolution “clairvoyant perception of things” —
    • man. This clairvoyant perception was not attained as the result of certain
    • this Greek culture could bring forth its fairest flower because the
    • about the Mass”, the fairest thing that the soul of man may
    • the outer work and that those ofttimes repaired frescoes can no longer
    • the fair young painter who surpassed all others, who was fated to die
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    • his real affairs of the heart with divine spiritual beings who do not
    • can trace it fairly accurately; it first teamed forth in humanity at
    • — clairvoyant power, was still a special capacity of the soul,
    • but clairvoyant powers, penetrate into the hidden forces of existence,
    • peoples clairvoyant powers were once the property of the human soul,
    • and out of these clairvoyant powers have been developed the present-day
    • and feeling. Those soul-forces which we have to describe as clairvoyant
    • does the human soul by means of the clairvoyant forces see into the
    • soul, which was in connection with the clairvoyant forces which have
    • If we go back beyond Homer we find that men had clairvoyant consciousness,
    • clairvoyant consciousness was disappearing; but one still felt that
    • a personality of the transition period from the ancient clairvoyant
    • something from the period of ancient clairvoyance. All the qualities
    • clairvoyance and the union with Nature. At what period of transition
    • of inner clairvoyant, or remembered clairvoyant relations. Thus, in
    • that is, the clairvoyant secrets of the ancient times, Siegfried brought
    • with these treasures of the Niebelungen, that is, with the ancient clairvoyant
    • Something of the ancient clairvoyant powers are still active in him;
    • with the old clairvoyant forces. Hence she stands in opposition to those
    • that with which in ancient times the clairvoyant powers in man could
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    • when meteors fall in a shining stream through the air. This
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    • cosmos. The reason why this body of air and water is spherical is
    • forms. Hence we have before us this formation of warmth, water, air:
    • if we single out the air (dark red) which surrounds the Earth as its
    • atmosphere, we can never speak simply of air, for the air always has
    • a tendency to contain warmth in some degree: the air is permeated with
    • enters into the air.
    • this warmth, which comes into the air
    • with the hydrosphere. Thus we have air-warmth — the
    • sulphur-process; water-air — the mercurial process.
    • intermingling. For in summer the air is shot through with
    • let us turn from the Earth's surface and look at the air-formation
    • that surrounds the Earth. For the air, it is of the utmost importance
    • isolation from one another, as in reality they never are. Air, we are
    • this is not so: the air is not made up merely of oxygen and nitrogen,
    • for it is always rayed through by the Sun. That is the reality: air
    • what does this activity signify? It signifies that the air up above
    • into the activity of Sun and air, Earth-activity is transmuted into
    • kind of air in which the stars would be active. This is very plainly
    • sun-filled air above? We breathe it in, and because of this the
    • old instinctive clairvoyance knew this
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    • is near, a truly clairvoyant observer of nature can witness a
    • up into the region of vapour, air and warmth. And all that goes on up
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    • clairvoyance; to-day this is sometimes treated historically, but
    • air and how the carbon within him takes up the oxygen; this process
    • pair of stones suspended inside him.” That is more or less how
    • staff of Mercury which now in the airy heights has become
    • the air, mingling and combining fire, water and earth, so as to
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    • And if he can call upon a certain power of clairvoyance, this
    • help of clairvoyance an uninterrupted path from Haeckel's
    • world? Let us turn here to Spiritual Science, to clairvoyant
    • When Spiritual Science, clairvoyant investigation, puts this
    • which the veils can really only be lifted by clairvoyant vision
    • understanding. The event to which clairvoyant consciousness
    • Clairvoyant vision, quickened by the power of the Christ
    • event that presents itself first and foremost to clairvoyant
    • descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles? When with clairvoyant
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    • Pentecost. I said in the first lecture that clairvoyant
    • time a man carries out all the affairs of everyday life and
    • it is revealed to clairvoyant sight as it gazes backwards
    • Golgotha, as we, looking backwards with clairvoyant
    • begin with, there arises before the gaze of clairvoyance
    • dominated. The gaze of clairvoyance lights, to begin with, upon
    • clairvoyant gaze actually beholds a kind of darkening of the
    • occult script out in the Cosmos. And when clairvoyant
    • then there actually comes before the clairvoyant
    • contrary arguments: what the gaze of clairvoyance perceives is
    • and reads these events with clairvoyant sight, will be emphatic
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    • it now. It is quite true that when clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant consciousness: “This is my beloved Son;
    • what we read with the backward-turned gaze of clairvoyance
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    • those times — and to clairvoyant sight this is clearly
    • natural development, a power of clairvoyance such as
    • they had all fled. And letting his clairvoyant vision widen
    • iron but also imparted a faculty of clairvoyance powerful
    • clairvoyant impressions. Great and impressive clairvoyant
    • the Essenes, wore garments of camel's hair. But he had never
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    • entirely aloof from mundane affairs; he had been keenly
    • revealed again and again to clairvoyant investigation.
    • really only thrive in the pure air of California. Well ... here
    • faced fairly and squarely.
    • clairvoyant investigation that is necessary for our time, we
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    • external air, and as his senses gradually awaken — in the same
    • think, clairvoyant consciousness can see how something like spiritual
    • through the old conditions of clairvoyance. Everyone could become
    • important affairs of humanity, not only in human conscious knowledge.
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    • restore it if it is impaired, but not men who withdraw from
    • clairvoyance,” by contrast with all earlier nebulous
    • clairvoyant arts, which belong to the past. With it, we can
    • clairvoyance.
    • clairvoyance is, in reality, to the mathematical outlook.
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    • then become clairvoyant powers in the sense in which I spoke
    • yesterday of exact clairvoyance. What the soul has to undertake
    • clairvoyance, but with a clairvoyance brought about by fully
    • that rests on exact clairvoyance can raise it to the status of
    • exact clairvoyance. It is something which, starting from this
    • exact clairvoyance, leads us some way into the connection
    • This is one aspect of exact clairvoyance, one aspect of human
    • life in general by exact clairvoyance, by true vision: if we
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    • a scientific discipline, this study is of fairly recent origin,
    • needed only to be extended to lead to a certain clairvoyance.
    • course, this does not describe an actual state of affairs. It
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    • our heart and soul. In its instinctive clairvoyance, the
    • impairment of human activity relative to the demands of the
    • this reality, rightly contemplated, cannot in any way impair
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    • column of water. Everyone today knows that the air I have just
    • air I now have functioning within me will later be outside once
    • perceive that the air in man is also part of his being. And
    • finally, we may come to comprehend that the air inside us
    • being of air and heat, then by a process of empathy with
    • apprehend the air that vibrates inside us, we remain more or
    • moves in our being of air, if I may so express myself, in which
    • chilling effect on our air-heat substance.
    • of materiality — water, air and fire — in the
    • himself gradually passing over into his heat and air
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    • The greater part of public affairs is left to individual
    • affairs he has to manage. This comes out most clearly when we
    • look at economic affairs. In the West, what a man wishes to
    • political system. The individual who comes to the affairs of
    • actual life, even economic affairs, may look to economic
    • ordering all the affairs of man, even those of an economic
    • appendage to the patriarchal administration of human affairs.
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    • into thin air. And if you consider how much work has
    • disappeared into thin air during the butchery of the recent
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    • This dream-like clairvoyance has cast off its direct insight
    • in becoming intellect, this early clairvoyance has thrown off
    • want it; but in affairs of this kind, the important thing is
    • important requires no apparatus, it arises from our clairvoyant
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    • fairly sensible — and most people are nowadays —
    • speaking in Germany to a fairly small group of working-men
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance (edited),
    • and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
    • in any warming-up of the results of an earlier clairvoyance. It is true
    • that many people aspire to such a warming-up of an earlier clairvoyance,
    • but the time for this clairvoyance is past, and only atavistic echoes
    • of old clairvoyance. We will endeavour to consider once again that which
    • must lie at the basis of the new clairvoyance. We have often spoken
    • in ordinary day-consciousness, without clairvoyance, than you know of
    • It is in this way those forms arise which belong to the old clairvoyance.
    • The clairvoyance which
    • bliss in people when they become clairvoyant in this way, that is when
    • they experience a new world. This way of becoming clairvoyant is on
    • clairvoyance arise. What appears clairvoyantly in this way has no need
    • This clairvoyance, which arises through learning to live inwardly in
    • such clairvoyance is not the task set before man to-day, but is rather
    • a refined inner enjoyment arises: and this is their clairvoyance.
    • A great deal of clairvoyance
    • still had insight into these things, the clairvoyance which arises through
    • with certain memories: the Pythic clairvoyance, because, it
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    • earlier clairvoyance. It is true that many people aspire to such a
    • warming-up of an earlier clairvoyance, but the time for this
    • clairvoyance is past, and only atavistic echoes of it can appear in
    • clairvoyance, and thus we will endeavor to consider once again that
    • which must lie at the basis of the new clairvoyance. We have often
    • your mind. But without clairvoyance, how the ego and astral body
    • arose that belong to the old clairvoyance. For what is reflected
    • The clairvoyance which thus arises, and
    • when they become clairvoyant in this way, that is, when they
    • experience a new world. This way of becoming clairvoyant is on the
    • clairvoyance. What appears clairvoyantly in this way has no need of
    • This clairvoyance, which arises through
    • clairvoyance is not the task set before man today, but is rather
    • and this is their clairvoyance.
    • A great deal of clairvoyance is nothing
    • still had insight into these things. The clairvoyance which arises
    • clairvoyance, because it was in fact related to what lay at
    • the root of the pythic clairvoyance of antiquity.
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    • perceived by humanity in atavistic clairvoyance, and perceived
    • old atavistic clairvoyance. History to-day unfortunately
    • then replaced by an atavistic clairvoyant life, which will
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    • affairs in the present, there the Theosophists must be, that he
    • all these questions, set such people in professorial chairs of
    • brought it about that social affairs have taken this shape? It
    • Lenouveau monde industrielet sociétair (1829)
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    • frothing into forms. We see the Rococo Voltairianism of thought
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    • to Fichte. They were, in truth, a hostile pair — at least
    • wall, above the fairly low doors; and at it Christ and His
    • Who would not say, when he studies the scenes of the fairy
    • fairy tale by Schiller's words in his aesthetic letters. Goethe
    • ‘Fairy Tale’ Goethe presents the evolution of the soul
    • scenes and persons, is one and the same thing. The Fairy Tale is
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    • to explore the deeper meaning of Goethe's ‘Fairy Tale of the
    • power or fantasy, that goes to the depths of things: ‘The Fairy
    • his beautiful Fairy Story of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily;
    • Fairy Tale.
    • will, feeling and thought by representing them in his Fairy
    • If we wanted to discuss every feature in this fairy tale and
    • How is this attained in the Fairy Tale? Because the real
    • development. In the Fairy Tale Goethe shows in the Youth the human
    • expression in his Fairy Tale, is to be found also in
    • ‘Beautiful Lily’ of the Fairy Tale.
    • as Goethe's philosophy and spiritual science, as well as the Fairy Tale:
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    • the despair of knowledge, as they went with him through the
    • despair that an upright honourable man can go through, and all this
    • but at Leipzig at that time he stood full of despair before all
    • to despair!
    • state of despair which threatened to shatter his life completely.
    •  In air, and in water, my brother.
    • worked its way up to true clairvoyance when Faust enters the
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    •  From gulfs of air where sleepily they waited;
    •  While foam and spray in air are whirled and driven.
    • presents the whole affair with a certain humour: how the same
    • stage of clairvoyance — the stage completed by the
    • clairvoyant when he has put his soul through the appropriate
    • is transfigured in the night, as it at first becomes clairvoyant in
    • The first stage of clairvoyance is something which can
    • something like this in the world into which the clairvoyant enters
    • clairvoyant human being comes into the spiritual world. At first it
    • the clairvoyant is further developed, shapes which are interwoven
    • of the spheres. The clairvoyant experiences this after a time, but
    • man who was in a condition of clairvoyance and withdrawn from
    • one possessed, or as a clairvoyant. But how could this be known?
    • ‘Here breathes and blows a tender air;
    • presents in pictorial form the experience of the clairvoyant
    • thereby grows together in its clairvoyant and magical deeds with
  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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    • it, as it were, into our vision of things, we feel this air
    • surrounding the Earth as air permeated by the Sun's warmth and
    • the world — but to a world torn out, as it were, in airy
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    • water, earth, air and fire. And sleep brought him again other
    • elemental spirits of the earth, water, air and fire, — in
    • sees the host of elementary beings riding through the air. But
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • Stuttgart, a kind of enlightened cognition; clairvoyance,
    • clairaudience and what we may call clair-cognition. Thus we
    • of affairs in another direction.
    • forehead, or through his hair, as the insect acquires its
    • incarnations on Earth, had a clairvoyant knowledge, by means of
    • its surface and surrounded by a sphere of air containing oxygen
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • attitude of despair: the illusory character, they felt, is so
    • come thus to a time in his life when he despairs of Being and
    • how his “word” looks in the element of air; and
    • place in the element of air.
    • Imagine that we have here the expired air, on which are
    • man has the air-rhythms when he speaks. But along with his
    • warmth, and accompanying the words that we impress upon the air
    • Thus, when we speak, we have to do with three things: air,
    • it was not then the air element, but the watery element, the
    • moving and surging. Like the air in man, in the
    • the Earth like an atmosphere. And as to-day the air passes over
    • kind of air-element, and downwards into a kind of earthly
    • and seethe within the Earth. And above, in the airy element the
    • air-element, the fire- or warmth-element, and then of the
    • the Air; and the whole permeated and surrounded with Fire. But
    • watery, airy and fiery elements that live outside the human
    • fluids and humours in him lives the watery element. The airy
    • and Warm lies the element where the Air holds dominion.
    • Air-Spirits; pointed North-East and there beheld hover
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • know how to-day, when there is carbonic acid in the air, that
    • this slight connection with the Cosmos. Through the airy part
    • of our nature, through the air that gives rise to the breathing
    • and other air-processes that go on in the human organism, we
    • watery-airy in substance. Then the human being separated off
    • took from him the watery-airy plant element that he was able,
    • though it is true these traditions did still awaken clairvoyant
  • Title: World History: Lecture VI: Mysteries of the Ancient Near East Enter Europe
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    • as man is united through breathing with the air outside him, so
    • very moment it was known and beheld clairvoyantly in the
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • was — if I may put it so — an affair between Gods
    • impulse for the breathing — for all that is airy in the
    • human organism, for all that pulsates as air within this body
    • it were to make disturbances in the airy element, so much so
    • that the clairvoyant vision can observe in the atmospheric
    • the airy element, you belong not to the Earth but to the
    • flowing blood, the airy breath, — into none of these do I
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    • greater the courage with which to conduct the affairs of
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    • the world with our words projected into the air, When we have
    • Therefore, what in ordinary life is called clairvoyance, or
    • When we call this clairvoyance — and of course we can do
    • so — we must mean exact clairvoyance, just as we
    • confused clairvoyance, which is usually what anyone has in mind
    • trivial, confused clairvoyance. And then the result is all that
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    • waking condition, the state of affairs at the present cycle of tine
    • who had atavistic clairvoyance, could not see things in their
    • You need merely study Egyptian history, even without clairvoyance
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    • system (see diagram). Clairvoyance actually sees the
    • nothing of this destruction. Clairvoyant vision alone
    • clairvoyant consciousness looks at the body out of which the
    • clairvoyant, when outside the body with his soul, sees the
    • summer world; and if the soul remains clairvoyant on
    • growth. Clairvoyance has to look upon these continuous
    • lecture and our chairman said to him: “You will
    • pairs of spectacles at the forces of the soul and so (says
    • indifference whether there is real clairvoyant vision or
    • necessary to be clairvoyant, but only to enter honestly into
    • the experiences resulting from clairvoyance, getting to know
    • We need not be clairvoyant at first but must accustom
    • clairvoyant knowledge. Then we have to say: As the world in
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    • Three Kinds of Clairvoyance
    • some extent the clairvoyant aspect of a man, which, seen from
    • clairvoyance thus attained is a HEAD-CLAIRVOYANCE,
    • for the revelations of head-clairvoyance are of service to
    • humanity. Of a quite other kind is the clairvoyant results
    • “HEAD-CLAIRVOYANCE”. The up-lifting of the material heart-organ
    • the march of events. Whereas head-clairvoyance is effected
    • clairvoyance, the heart — or
    • breast-clairvoyance — develops along with
    • head-clairvoyance in the degree to which it should.
    • Breast-clairvoyance leads more to the development of the
    • various kingdoms of the earth; whereas head-clairvoyance
    • results of this clairvoyance.
    • kind of clairvoyance is that which arises, when what we call
    • perhaps venture to call this kind of clairvoyance,
    • ‘Stomach clairvoyance.’
    • head-clairvoyance, for our cycle of humanity, leads in the
    • of man, stomach-clairvoyance leads to results connected
    • stomach-clairvoyance has not a certain value, in the highest
    • realize, that stomach clairvoyance can inform man but little
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    • who, in this sense, does not regard as base all that impairs
    • extreme, in order that the ill effects may be repaired.
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    • charming and stirring fairy tales and other narratives of his
    • affairs, he then became so ill that he stood face to face with
    • another. As he was once ascending a flight of stairs, he met a
    • fresh air. Here was a poet free from everything formal — who
    • comprehensively in his own way in the fairy tale of
    • higher life, Goethe undertook to show in his fairy tale,
    • in this fairy tale. This he attached to a description of
    • evolution of the human soul in the fairy tale of
    • the air pump and have become a famous professor.” He says quite
    • the generator and air pump and would have performed other
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    • called your attention to the fact that the air that you hold
    • different air is taken in. Thus, what is outside takes on the
    • surrounded not only by air and light but also by governing
    • system, are greatly impaired during the waking life of day. But
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    • guiding human affairs did so with the same impulses as the
    • way. Through the vibrations of the air caused by this signal,
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    • seen a map until they were fairly well along in years. Many
    • relied more on atavistic clairvoyance; this later disappeared
    • the present state of affairs, an excellent report resulted,
    • simply be arrested.” Now, the end of the affair was that the
    • am not telling you a fairy story but something that actually
    • a person must be able to discover all possible hair-splitting
    • course, imprisoned. The whole affair was then associated with
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    • whole affair took a strange turn, however. I have told you how
    • affair became uncomfortable only after our movement appeared,
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    • that time. Today, you know, boys make only airplanes, but then
    • without thanking him. He became fairly prosperous but not
    • affairs at which the Grand Duke had to appear and where it was
    • words, I first told you what his daily affairs were, but
    • perceived that the only reason that people did not despair was
    • did I then despair? I must confess that I greedily sucked up
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    • atavistic clairvoyance, were still present from what it had
    • to soul. Just as we breathe the same air when we sit together
    • on the possibility of creating space void of air, or occupied
    • space containing little air or being almost void of air, could
    • steam engines. The air had to be eliminated from certain
    • containing little or no air with the purpose of placing what is
    • living breath, the air, into man, and he became thereby a
    • living soul. Air had to be introduced into man in order for him
    • rarefaction and condensation of air that occurred automatically
    • undertook to rarefy the air, to put away what Jahve had put in,
    • use of space containing little air, that is, drives air out of
    • think that, whereas Jahve streams into man through air, man
    • air. When the steam engine is created in this way, Ahriman
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    • primeval, atavistic clairvoyant, revelation that was brought
    • in the ancient atavistic, dream-like clairvoyance and people
    • preserved a remnant or echo of the atavistic clairvoyant
    • American medium in August that Myers, formerly chairman of the
    • phrased. The whole affair was contrived in America. Since such
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    • happens in air and water; look wherever you like, include
    • no mineral, not in any air, or any water — nowhere but in
    • they saw Sun and Moon, air and water, the various kingdoms.
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    • through consciousness, that becomes more clairvoyant, what
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    • so call it — were able to see clairvoyantly, the whole of
    • through a miracle — or let us say through clairvoyant
    • thoughts up into the air, the spirits of wisdom sink their
    • back their thoughts into the air. That is physical
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    • affairs of practical life as well.
    • social affairs, and especially on the different economic
    • intervention of human initiative in economic affairs. Though
    • wanted to get my hair cut; and there I discovered a
    • hair-dresser, who still cut hair really with enthusiasm, and
    • really handsome cut of hair!’ And he said it in such a
    • from them were enormous: he became a multi-millionaire. But
    • up several flights of stairs — just for the sake of a
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    • not so easy to settle public affairs. I must say that for me
    • That was on a very fair road to success. And the next thing
    • that, we were really in a fair way to appeal to the working
    • superstition which sees a hobgoblin or a fairy in every bush
    • substanceless abstraction is, that flies away to its airy
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    • can set a chair upon the table; it stays there. If you put it
    • somewhere in the air, it falls down. If in looking at the outer
    • instance, the law that a chair can only stand on something that
    • in the life of imagination where we know that the chair cannot
    • stand in the air.
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    • affairs. But the activity on which the memory rests, remains
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    • that such a statement could make one despair of the wise
    • clairvoyance, but in a quite different way the spiritual enters
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    • the air carry the sound so that it can be heard. In
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    • towards an Equilibrium based on the ancient clairvoyance.
    • surrounded by air — that is not the Earth; and what
    • affair of humanity, and then, my dear friends, take what you
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    • interfering in the affairs of religion. Nothing remains for
    • But if anyone comes along and speaks about social affairs
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    • improvement of the world's affairs than all the stale talk
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    • quite fairly obvious. It presents a convenient picture of
    • curves of childhood; we get white hair and wrinkles, and we
    • blessing and the folding of the hands in prayer as grey hair
    • has to the the hair of childhood. This inner change enters
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    • hair will appear genuine only if rather pert and if she is
    • portray fire and air? It is quite clear that in reality fire
    • lightning — still less to paint the air!
    • being striven for in this age of “plain air
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    • imagination. Writers of fairy-tales or other artists who try
    • clairvoyant vision of the spiritual world. For what we mean
    • by clairvoyant vision is the kind of vision which unfolds
    • designated as ‘clairvoyance’, are connected with
    • the clairvoyant develops a new kind of thinking that is to
    • sea, there hovered denizens of the air, coming to her as
    • speaks of seership, of clairvoyance, the usual idea is that
    • clairvoyant in certain aspects. It is very important to
    • clairvoyant in ordinary life? We are clairvoyant in a case
    • form of clairvoyance which is always and everywhere present.
    • This form of clairvoyance is inwardly connected with the
    • clairvoyant perception of flesh-colour. To ordinary vision,
    • nevertheless. Clairvoyant consciousness penetrates to this
    • illiterate as regards clairvoyant knowledge; if we are
    • clairvoyance. Men who understand this realise that the
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    • inner clairvoyance. Man did not then expend his forces upon the outer
    • and ancient Chaldea acquired their knowledge through atavistic clairvoyance
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    • who, in this sense, does not regard as base all that impairs
    • extreme, in order that the ill effects may be repaired.
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    • instinctive clairvoyance, and by means of this instinctive
    • clairvoyance he was able to have intercourse with his divine
    • clairvoyance he still had a memory of a clear experience of
    • Golgotha is not merely an inner-human or inner-earthly affair,
    • but it is at the same time an affair of the Gods. Only through
    • an old instinctive clairvoyance. And up to the 4th century A.D.
    • clairvoyant perception. All knowledge of that time about the
    • clairvoyance. The present Oriental, the modern Indian, to whom
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    • appear of whom, if we make the clairvoyant test, we cannot say,
    • receive revelations which were in a certain sense clairvoyant
    • had the certainty through direct clairvoyant vision that the
    • was no direct clairvoyant certainty, such as existed in
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • possessing knowledge that reaches beyond everyday affairs to
    • everyday affairs.
    • affairs. Who would have thought, a few years ago, that what
    • also all social arrangements, all laws, and all affairs of
    • the affairs of the present time, but also about the life and
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    • absorb into the blood the life-giving oxygen from the air, a
    • having formed the blood, absorb into it oxygen from the air
    • clairvoyant as are physical colors to physical sight.
    • table, “table,” the chairs, “chairs,”
    • once had a clairvoyant faculty that has been superseded.
    • cases of somnambulism or atavistic clairvoyance, a much
    • clairvoyance existed out of which arose sagas and legends,
    • and that the clairvoyant consciousness is based on unmixed
    • clairvoyance and enables humanity to reach a higher stage of
    • and causes clairvoyance to reappear, that person transforms
    • clairvoyance.
    • clairvoyance killed in primitive humanity when blood from
    • clairvoyance, and the birth in evolution of a new
    • the human kingdom strange blood kills the hazy clairvoyance
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    • light, air, heat or cold, then these external elements act in
    • a level of evolution so high that the external light and air
    • and willing. If an organ connected with the will is impaired,
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    • affairs; the ascetic who flees the world will not attain
    • spiritual vision, for the new clairvoyance is the fruit of
    • all realms are interlinked. If there were no plants, the air
    • carbonic acid that would destroy the air were it not inhaled
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    • sense of clairvoyant sight. This reveals the ether body as
    • joys and sorrows, pleasure and pair, cravings and desires.
    • already self-reliant, but its healthy development is impaired
    • manifest the world-spirit. Fairy tales, legends and
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    • outwardly just as it does when the eye is impaired. It
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    • plant and animal, every current of air, the stars, all
    • life-giving air, and exhales carbon dioxide, which is
    • have poisoned the air, and neither they nor humans would be
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    • clairvoyant vision.
    • today's European lived was a mixture of air and water. Large
    • but with the clearer air, consciousness grew brighter and
    • attained clairvoyantly of the whole environment. The words
    • What weaves in air and water
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    • though clairvoyant, a few were initiates. In what sense did
    • have already developed the higher clairvoyant consciousness,
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    • social-political order, the handling of the economic affairs were
    • economic affairs were separated from the spiritual life in human
    • economic affairs, if he achieves this, the man of the East will look upon
    • affairs, constitutes — the content or the problem, if the West begins to
    • economic affairs, in accordance with an order willed by the Spirit, can
    • economic affairs a character adapted to agricultural economics. With the
    • element in the handling of economic affairs. It is possible to produce
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    • we have thoughts of minerals, plants and animals, of the air,
    • comprehends the mysteries of the stairs and uses them, so that
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    • and the air must undergo powerful changes inside our organism, so that
    • is taken up now from the air. Thus, into what has been permeated by
    • the ether body as foodstuffs oxygen of the air is taken up. Therefore,
    • — one who only wants to sit on his chair and preFers not to he
    • are many people like — that today. They sit on their chairs, really
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    • hair becoming limp. While, when he passed — let us say, by red blooming
    • plants, they might be such plants as the poppy is today, his hair became
    • does not look like clairvoyance;
    • one is striving for, namely clairvoyance, he will only look at the match
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • This could happen if the clairvoyant were not to see what was
    • spiritual world. In short, the clairvoyant person may have seen
    • with the others in such a way that the affair could not
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    • way in much more important affairs. For at the beginning of the
    • is the effect. Fair enough! But you all know very well that
    • fairly and squarely at the difficulties these problems
    • nose, color of hair, and so on that we get from our father and
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • for clairvoyance, and is now no longer a part of our relation
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    • chair he means a table. For that men here on the earth merely
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • of atavistic clairvoyance. In future we shall have to base life on grounds
    • wave of events, is not an affair only affecting mean subjectively; it
    • will agree, they are read in a comfortable easy chair where one can
    • that you would simply sit in an easy chair; naturally you can sit, even
    • of affairs. Whether you are a follower of Lenin or Trotsky, whether
    • a state of affairs that is precarious and cannot be understood without
    • life. An uncertain state of affairs hinders him in this. The fatal thing
    • lies in this presentation of Spiritual Science being no personal affair,
    • Movement to be like a mere soft current of air blowing towards anyone
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    • today in those who would meddle in social affairs. And again there is
    • there was still atavistic clairvoyance. And atavistic clairvoyance has
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    • able to grasp the divine spiritual, in visions, in atavistic clairvoyance.
    • world-outlooks all more or less based on atavistic clairvoyance, outlooks
    • time by anyone with an intimate vision into the affairs of mankind's
    • introduced into his fairy tale of The Green Snake and the Beautiful
    • fairy tale—and then try not just to remain on the surface but
    • this Mystery of Golgotha. For the whole fairy tale of the Green Snake
    • period, in all that rings forth from his fairy tale of The Green
    • of the scenes in Faust or in the fairy tale of The Green
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    • to atavistic clairvoyance the supersensible world. But this faculty,
    • atavistic clairvoyance, became gradually lost to mankind. And just at
    • that as powerful imagination meet you in The Fairy tale of the Green
    • to understand the Goethe who wrote the fairy tale of The Green Snake
    • and the Beautiful Lily? Consider what is written about the fairy
    • that Goethe created this fairy story of The Green Snake and the
    • This fairy tale of The
    • Certainly, in this fairy
    • in this fairy story of The Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily,
    • day there were a number of interpretations of this fairy tale and since
    • to throw light on to the fairy tale from the standpoint of Spiritual
    • to speak out about this) I have the right to speak about this fairy
    • the knot of this fairy tale untied itself for me. And I have never since
    • fairy tale of The Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily. It may
    • fairy tale, this intellect is found absolutely wanting. It is necessary
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    • a result of a wish from your chairperson we shall speak today
    • their clairvoyant awareness and can also see these beings. They
    • to imagine that the clairvoyant awareness, when it is turned
    • moment this clairvoyant awareness rises up in you, you feel
    • of clairvoyant consciousness. It senses, as when it spreads
    • it is also, that clairvoyant consciousness is not always the
    • follow which forms are offered to the clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant consciousness however, sees the group soul, the
    • mankind who worked artistically, had a clairvoyant
    • consciousness or still a remnant of clairvoyance, and they
    • relationships which the clairvoyant finds as animal forms on
    • dragon. When the clairvoyant looks on the living form he sees
    • created through nothing less than with a clairvoyant conscious
    • plane. When a clairvoyant considers a plant and how its roots
    • at with clairvoyant consciousness, the upper part, where the
    • envelop the earth as if by a physical air of plant-astrality.
    • experienced by the clairvoyant. In comparison, when the annual
    • incomprehensible when we can't research this with clairvoyant
    • clairvoyants with such intimate knowledge were around, these
    • insights existed in autumn. We find in the clairvoyant Indian
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    • towards despair in the power of his four faculties and so on;
    • dialogue between the two, discovers a certain philistine air in
    • contemporaries, those we are living with, causing impairment,
  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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    • astral aura, which is visible to the clairvoyant like an oval
    • where-and-when, then the clairvoyant will see our aura
    • feelings. For the clairvoyant awareness it becomes gradually
    • the mere common, then clairvoyant consciousness is able to see
    • clairvoyant will see not only an expanding aura but the aura
    • that we really try to do this. Clairvoyant vision will soon
    • Clairvoyant consciousness can, but not common consciousness.
    • links; because he lacks clairvoyant consciousness through
    • clairvoyant we need to absorb what is presented by clairvoyant
    • research. It is frankly not necessary to be a clairvoyant just
  • Title: Eleven kölcsönhatás élők és holtak között
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • the law to which such things are subject, is aware that even the Fairy
    • the substructure and that, as we shall see, the staircase by which we
    • in a circular direction, is the well of the staircase. We then go up
    • the stairs and through the main door, by which we enter the inner building.
    • of the building, the principal entrance with the staircase on either
    • is the stairway by which one ascends to the terrace. You see that, forming
    • part of and attached to the balustrade of the stairs is a remarkable
    • I said to myself: anyone going up these stairs must have some sort of
    • these stairs. Anyone who goes up them will have a premonition that here,
    • over one while mounting these stairs.
    • how you come in or out there, and how you go up the stairs, meeting
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture I: The Problem of Faust
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    • course of human affairs had now to die out. For this reason
    • seership, impaired by the old, atavistic clairvoyance. There
    • clairvoyance, at that time still in existence. The old wisdom
    • clairvoyant knowledge we are able to see into such things,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • the presidential chair, and he moved without putting one foot
    • affair in the correct way. I know well that many would consider
    • Spring air of the April night just passing into May;
    • of an airy nature in the world, though not what is solid. Of
    • “Now through the air the wind doth howl and
    • affairs together while sipping their wine, find themselves by
    • this affair is over, Faust sees a very ordinary phenomenon
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • absolute, the good Mephistopheles turns his chair round from
    • human soul, and rising to clairvoyance. Those, Paracelsus was
    • clairvoyant, for he is able to see Faust's dream. he
    • narrowness in all the affairs of life in which Faust grew up,
    • IV ascend the Papal Chair? The student did not know. Then
    • whole world-history — that, in an important affair,
    • Ye artless bairns. Yet I'll not take it evil.
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • Aphrodite, to determine which of them was the fairest. It was
    • promised him fame in battle; Aphrodite the fair est of
    • entered into the whole course of the affairs of Greece. In
    • enough for anyone to give himself up to the fairy-tales that
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • water, air, fire or warmth are used. We know these things from
    • that, when it is not enclosed, it expands, we call air;
    • things we denote by these words — earth, air, fire,
    • things as earth, air, fire, water, they do not exist; these
    • stand midway between air and water; it is experienced in this
    • thought. Air is not air, water is not water, but there is
    • something midway between air, and water; we might call it a
    • intermediary something between water and air.
    • intermediary between earth and fire and between air and water
    • breathe in that world for there is no air. I have pictured in
    • being having no need of air, for he breathes light. Such
    • in it fire-earth, earth-fire and water-air whirled and simmered
    • visible and manifest. You cannot think of water-air in the
    • same way as today you have to think of water and air as
    • existing side-by-side, Today you think of water and air as
    • separate. That has come about because the water-air,
    • differentiated. Water-air is now separated into the two
    • polaric opposites — water and air. Formerly it was a
    • unity, water-air, but was permeated instead by another pole.
    • the other pole of the water-air, instead the water-air has
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • developed atavistic clairvoyance, man contemplated nature
    • age if atavistic clairvoyance, pictures of the divine forces
    • conscious of it while atavistic clairvoyance glowed warmly
    • entirely with the atavistic clairvoyant world-conception; but
    • even to the point of prophetic clairvoyance; and he makes
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • of understanding. The atavistic clairvoyance adapted to
    • longer call upon clairvoyance, I cannot know what the Greeks
    • of all the elements — earth, water, fire, air, all
    • nevertheless, even among those who are not clairvoyant, some
    • Some men know this even when not clairvoyant. There is,
    • however, in clairvoyance, a knowledge that is perfectly clear
    • elements of fire, water, earth, air. And on returning to this
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • became millionaires instead. Homunculus was a millionaire. He
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    • instance have hair pulled out. This is something which a soul
    • of beauty, that pulling out the first grey hairs seems quite
    • plants and the uprooting of human hair. We start to understand
    • entire earth. Just as hair belongs to all human beings, so
    • what nails or hair is to the human being. When we take such a
    • earth existed of only air and water and a certain condition of
    • observe clairvoyantly, this Being descended at a specific
    • clairvoyant consciousness that we inflict pain when we crush a
    • flooding we may consider that through air and water activity
  • Title: Haeckel, "The Riddle of the Universe," Theosophy
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    • way through a row of solid chairs, through anything your senses
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    • say, ‘In the air in which we breathe is oxygen,’ so did these
    • air,’ so did these people say — not ‘We breathe in the
    • know that the oxygen of the air circulates through our organism
    • which belongs to the outer air. They imagined that they held
    • no less so than tables or chairs, trees or rivers) works only
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • the lead in public affairs to understand the forces at work in the
    • affairs upon any knowledge of this kind. I answered that I had given
    • will come in European affairs when much will depend upon whether
    • because nearly everything, in the domain of the public affairs of
    • indicated a certain feeling for the way in which affairs are shaping
    • remains. It has been superseded by great world-affairs as between the
    • established between the affairs of East and West, and it must be
    • the instinctive — clairvoyance of olden times — once again
    • this knowledge was the outcome of ancient clairvoyance, hence the
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  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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  • Title: Spirit of Fichte: Lecture I: The Spirit of Fichte Present in Our Midst
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    • year of 1769, stood a seven-year-old boy, fairly small, rather
    • He felt indeed altogether unhappy over the whole affair, till he
    • Gottlieb to relate the whole affair to him and showed deep
    • hour of the afternoon church service. In this affair Karl August
    • course a fair audience which steadily increased, and similarly in
    • And so the affair went on, backwards and forwards. Fichte assumed his
    • (indeed I believe that even by the most intimate clairvoyance it
    • such a way, then we may believe that we hear him clairaudiently
    • teacher's chair at Jena and later when, as he said, he was speaking
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    • she clairvoyantly beheld the child in a vision in the days preceding
    • fly away with us through the air — and soon these things will
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • human clairvoyance. One who tries to feel what this poem breathes
    • something like a breath of the ancient clairvoyance humanity
    • little understanding for the original clairvoyant sources from which
    • spirit form of the teacher is revealed to the clairvoyant eye of his
    • unveiled, far removed from everyday affairs. Yet to that world man's
    • to look after the ordinary affairs of life, and his pupils do the
    • marks the end of the age of the ancient clairvoyance. There
    • clairvoyance and have continued to evolve in the intervening time,
    • because they have to prepare the way for a new clairvoyance. Today
    • we are striving toward this new clairvoyance by giving out and
    • the old clairvoyance was in a sense bound up with external blood
    • I am in the water, I am in the air, I am in the fire, in all souls,
    • is in earth, water, fire or air, in all that lives upon the earth, in
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    • true of clairvoyance. No man could actually attain
    • clairvoyance if he did not have a tiny amount of it already in his
    • clairvoyant. If that were true they could never become clairvoyant at
    • a little clairvoyant in order to be able to develop and extend it
    • you think then that we all are clairvoyant, if only slightly, or,
    • do you think that those of us who are not clairvoyant can never
    • this starting-point of clairvoyance, though you may not be conscious
    • clairvoyance. Let me make a rather crude comparison.
    • thoughts and ideas, if he were not clairvoyant. In our ordinary
    • thinking the pearl of clairvoyance is contained from the start. Ideas
    • understand that clairvoyance begins in something common and everyday.
    • the beginning of thy clairvoyance.” What I have just expressed
    • clairvoyance for men.
    • clairvoyance of concepts and ideas to what can only be attained
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    • already of like nature to clairvoyant perception. Now we have
    • something else in us as well, which is even more akin to clairvoyant
    • will have this experience fairly easily. He will recall something he
    • affairs, there has not been a single moment — not one in the
    • everyday affairs. There are people who say they do their exercises
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    • clairvoyance. This is also a faculty man does not really need for his
    • remnants of primeval clairvoyance.
    • is. Apart from that I still have another faculty, a clairvoyant power
    • though these last remnants of ancient clairvoyance still had the
    • The philosopher replied, “Look at a fair or market; men come to
    • philosophers are not busy with such affairs, instead they look at
    • people in the world today who despair of life yet at the same time
    • hopelessness and despair.
    • ancient age of primeval clairvoyance. Yet it also was a period of
    • the last remnants and echoes of that clairvoyance remained. If we are
    • old clairvoyance gradually became lost. In this lies the deep
    • clairvoyance, a night was to begin in which a new force could be born
    • About Arjuna then we can say that ancient clairvoyance is still
    • light-rays in the room, caused by dust in the air. We see reflections
    • light, just as in the physical world he lives in flowing air. Only he
    • needs the light as in the physical world his body needs the air. In
    • this region light is the element of life — light-air we might
    • he would speak of light-air, or air-light. On the physical plane
    • of this life element, to have insufficient light-air. We feel a pain
    • of air on the physical plane. There we also find the opposite
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    • while we are awake a process of destruction, during sleep a repairing
    • those regenerating forces we can use them for clairvoyant vision; we
    • process of the human organism. In this we see clairvoyance described
    • for a moment and become clairvoyantly visible.
    • social affairs, and he rightly denounces this application of purely
    • withdraw the constructive forces and become clairvoyant. Or what men
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    • exposition of it. It is altogether unfair to the intellectual and
    • the clairvoyant gaze of Arjuna. We feel with Arjuna. We remind
    • has to give depends above all upon the old clairvoyant epoch ceasing,
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • whatever it is that repairs in sleeping man the forces he spends in
    • clairvoyant during sleep; that is, when in a condition otherwise like
    • sleep he awakes clairvoyantly. In the fifth lecture we already
    • forces, when they appear to clairvoyant consciousness today, are seen
    • here the receiver of an air-pump, say a glass bell-jar, and suppose
    • world of sense will now say, “Inside there is no air, only an
    • air inside.” Actually that is not true. We can pump until no
    • air at all is left, then go on pumping until we get a space still
    • more empty of air than a vacuum. People dependent on the material
    • science will gradually be supplemented by clairvoyant perception that
    • can see clairvoyantly by looking back into the Akashic record, there
    • those who rose to the heights of clairvoyance, who developed those
    • clairvoyant vision. Yet it worked on mankind wherever they could meet
    • it with special clairvoyant gifts. There were men who either by
    • recognizable in those special conditions of clairvoyance that expand
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 8 of 9
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    • their minds. We thought we must rise into heights of clairvoyant
    • science but by that kind of clairvoyance that is legitimate for our
    • surrounding world into his clairvoyant consciousness. All this will
    • clairvoyant perception corresponding to purified clairvoyance, calls
    • objectively, with that clairvoyance that we can attain today, must by
    • his clairvoyant knowledge, he feels that with his ordinary mode of
    • purified clairvoyance. It is that condition of an external thing when
    • whether by sleep or clairvoyant perception, to take only these two
    • of clairvoyance in general fall under the concept of sattwa. Under
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    • order to have access to the spiritual worlds in clairvoyance. In this
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    • been acquired through the training that leads to clairvoyance. So it
    • or even something soft like water or air — in short, the feeling
    • or the fluid; of the air there remains only the tendency to expand in
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    • worlds, would finally bring about something like despair in his soul.
    • Initiation — which may be a protection from this despair, at
    • ascend into these higher worlds, you are met by forlorn-ness, despair.
    • twenty-eight pairs of nerves. Then Zarathustra also pointed out how
    • cord with its twenty-eight lower pairs of nerve fibres. Thus are
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    • clairvoyance, and in the latter part of the Egyptian-Chaldaic
    • civilisation this clairvoyance still existed to such a degree that a
    • Fairy-Story of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily;
    • Fairy-Story of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily,
    • Fairy-Story of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily;
    • “two souls”, whereof one can sink fairly deeply into matter
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    • the air and make it fit to breathe. On the other side, man and the
    • man and visible only to clairvoyant vision.
    • Europe and then released to the air, will fly back again and meet each
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    • cause of the dream is a chair that has fallen over. Again someone may
    • clairvoyant is not an unbalanced visionary; he possesses, in advance,
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    • anything he pleases to his subject. He can make him think that a chair
    • is a horse, or that the chair is not there, or again that there is
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    • for it by the loss of clairvoyance. Imagine to yourself a green
    • clairvoyant vision; the former is left to its own devices if it has
    • time when he began to breathe the airs of heaven. Genesis says
    • amount and uses it for building up his body. The air he exhales is
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    • without the soil on which he rests, without the air he breathes? It
    • would die, for it is but a tiny organ of the Earth and the air. That
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    • Thus does the astral world open up to clairvoyant sight. It is another
    • clairvoyance.
    • clairvoyance, man is liberated from his physical body. Hence the
    • abolish vivisection in science until clairvoyance has been restored
    • to medicine. It is only because clairvoyance has been lost that
    • conscious access to the astral world, clairvoyance will enable doctors
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    • clairvoyant vision. The astral being of man includes the whole world
    • above all if he is looking at his own aura. The clairvoyant sees his
    • All the great Founders of religions have been possessed of clairvoyant
    • today, this lotus-flower has ceased to turn. In the clairvoyant seer
    • these same forces can be transformed into clairvoyant faculties. Here
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    • At the first stage of clairvoyance, greater order enters into dreams;
    • At the second stage of clairvoyance, dreams become precise and clear.
    • clairvoyance, these signs — which we today delineate in abstract
    • second stage of clairvoyant vision are called by Dionysius the
    • air’ or ‘atmosphere.’ This atmosphere is
    • airs’ of Devachan. It is possible, for example, to
    • would descend to Earth as congealed air and we could recognise each
    • Cosmic Word. To the clairvoyant who has now become
    • clairaudient, each being communicates his true name in a
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    • of Atlantis, to that measure their powers of instinctive clairvoyance
    • air. Simultaneously with the power to breathe, he acquired an inner
    • When man began to breathe air through the lungs, his blood was
    • then divine phases. Before the body breathed air, the soul of man
    • could not descend to incarnation, for air is an element enfilled with
    • world-soul. The inbreathed air is the bodily vesture of this higher
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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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    • it is only words that he communicates to the air. When he has reached
    • communicate images to the air. The word will then be an Imagination
    • when, on Earth, he began to breathe the air around him. Did he then
    • still, the air was pure warmth; before that again, fire. Fire was
    • there in the place of air. The Lemurians breathed fire. That is why it
    • Spirits of Fire. When physical man appeared on the Earth, air became
    • his element of life. But man changes this air, in that he transforms
    • were incarnate in the fire, incarnated, on Earth, in the air. But now,
    • Spirit of the air surrounds the body which contains the heritage of
    • light, fire, air. Only in the fourth condition does consciousness
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    • breathed fire, just as today we breathe air. This is why the legends
    • air in the Earth period proper. They too have descended into
    • denser materiality, into the air we inbreathe and outbreathe.
    • Now it is just because these Spirits have descended into the air that
    • Spirits of Fire who became Spirits of Air. The other group descended
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    • the astral world and of the world of pure Spirit by true clairvoyance.
    • spiritual clairvoyance should grow dim in order that the intellect
    • epoch will see the development of brotherhood among men, clairvoyance
    • wholly evil, wholly ugly. In our time it is only the clairvoyant who
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    • these organs are gradually developed one becomes clairvoyant
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    • right back to a common ancestral pair — members of a
    • signifies air (Ruach). Thus, John means he who has attained
    • Race, the Lemurian epoch. Mankind did not then breath air, he
    • by the higher self. Air is, according to the hermetic
    • forces of air. Jesus is the one who governs the occult forces
    • representatives of earth, water, air and fire. They are the
    • elements: fire, water, air and earth. What happened? It was
    • stages of water, earth and air, and even rises to the forces
    • higher self. He is the representative of air, and master of
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    • Light spreads tumult through the air.
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    • of the dream-state, sometimes confused and sometimes fairly clear, emerge
    • astral body do during the night? A clairvoyant can see that it has a
    • for example, goes to sleep, a clairvoyant would see a little second
    • has when it goes to sleep. The clairvoyant can see the loosened etheric
    • body hanging like a pair of bags or sacks on either side of the head.
    • and enjoys his food. The clairvoyant will see the satisfaction of his
    • were still clairvoyant; doctors could see into a man and could discern
    • with it a loss of clairvoyance. We see this particularly in our scientists
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    • The airy region; etheric space
    • the astral body is engaged on its usual task of repairing and restoring
    • Chakrams. Clairvoyant artists have been aware of this and have used
    • clairvoyant, or goes into a state of trance, they stand out in shining,
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    • to a new birth. It is exceedingly interesting for a clairvoyant to explore
    • the clairvoyant sees another particularly remarkable set of shapes. They
    • the parents to the physical body. The clairvoyant can descry astral
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • people are clairvoyant, and long before a person attains to direct vision
    • This, too, is the age when stories and fairy tales, which represent
    • him so many fairy stories at this age!
    • only at the higher stages of clairvoyant knowledge. Much more important
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • Conscience has developed fairly late in human evolution, and we shall
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    • did not breathe as man does today; they breathed fire, not air. Through
    • their breath. Many of the older, still clairvoyant painters symbolised
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • by air. This spirit-atmosphere contained everything which today constitutes
    • then airy, then watery; the various beings swam as though in water or
    • flew as though in air. Now the Earth developed a solid skeleton of rocks,
    • water withdrew and separated from the solid parts; the air developed
    • its own purity, and under the influence of the air the swim-bladder
    • air. Each human being breathed in his portion of air, shaped it to his
    • with air. As soon as he had reached the stage where the breathing of
    • heat was transformed into the breathing of air, that which Mars had
    • entered into him — and how? Through the air. The capacity to breathe
    • into him together with the air he breathes. If we speak of an Ego common
    • to all men, it also has a common body, the air. Not without reason did
    • all-pervading air. Of course the event I have been describing must not be
    • a high degree of clairvoyance. Their sleep at night was not like that
    • dimmer sort of clairvoyance. During the night they were in touch with
    • airships which were not propelled by inorganic forces, such as coal,
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    • clairvoyant and was thus in direct communication with the world of
    • and the more it did so, the more did clairvoyance fade away. People
    • through natural clairvoyance.
    • clairvoyance and the power of memory had to withdraw in order that the
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XII: Occult Develpment
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    • knocked down the chair that stood by his bed. Or again, a peasant woman
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    • surroundings.” What does this mean? We breathe the air in, use it
    • this involve? We inhale the air with its oxygen; we combine the oxygen
    • environment: we inhale the breath of life and exhale air which we can make
    • life-giving air; otherwise all life would long ago have been destroyed.
    • under the sign of fresh air; but our modern way of achieving health
    • through fresh air is one that terminates in death. A Yogi, on the other
    • air he has himself exhaled — unlike the European, who is always
    • the air as little as possible because he has learnt how to use it up.
    • so that the air he exhales is usable and can be breathed again. How
    • if only for a short period. With every rhythmical exhalation the air
    • a transformation of the soul. In a certain sense you become clairvoyant
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    • training and a Rosicrucian knows that through meditation the air he
    • Air-Earth”. This is a substance which annuls feelings:
    • overcome pain through serenity, they overcome the “Air-Earth”.
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    • light and air, or exposure to soul influences. In every circumstance
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    • diagnosis: psychopathological impairment. To modern physicians that
    • person is a psychopathological impairment case who is at the
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    • of zero. Just as the beam of a pair of scales goes through a point of
    • think when you have a pair of scales,
    • connected to a pair of scales: the scales remain unchanged. And so it
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    • comprehends the world with a good intelligence and a fair amount of
    • psychopathological impairment as the first stage. We can be
    • symptom. Listen once in a while to their conversations! One despairs
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    • macrocosm; an air-human is being born into the human. The entire
    • element of air, in everything that is air within us. We have a
    • perpetual human birth in the element of air in the inhalation
    • think away air, water, earth, and hold before us only these
    • element of air. But when we come up higher to the region centered
    • occurs not in the element of air but in the element of warmth.
    • given over to the coarser breathing process of the lungs, to the air
    • inhalation, and is then by way of that air inhalation carried farther
    • human being, and gives them over to the air-inhalation process. This
    • entire process, which lies over the air-breathing process and which
    • below in the air-breathing and study the lower human being. Then,
    • just as we reach in air inhalation a higher, finer process, so now in
    • air exhalation we reach a lower, coarser process. Below we gradually
    • of digestion. Above, we had to connect air inhalation with that finer
    • to connect air exhalation with the digestive process, where the human
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    • etheric body. In clairvoyance one can bring this condition about
    • fairly easily, by strengthening thinking — strengthening it by
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    • physical-etheric body), then a clairvoyance comes about that borders
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    • Thinking can't go any further. Clairvoyance must then come to our
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    • air”; and everything to do with “warmth,”
    • temperature it becomes solid, or fluid, or air. That was the
    • clairvoyant faculty that leads an individual into the spiritual
    • or clairvoyance was thought to show that those who gained an
    • become well acquainted with illness and with clairvoyance.
    • Human clairvoyance
    • earth-life, what is experienced clairvoyantly in the realm of the
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    • light and air, or exposure to soul influences. In every circumstance
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    • diagnosis: psychopathological impairment. To modern physicians that
    • person is a psychopathological impairment case who is at the
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    • of zero. Just as the beam of a pair of scales goes through a point of
    • think when you have a pair of scales,
    • connected to a pair of scales: the scales remain unchanged. And so it
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    • comprehends the world with a good intelligence and a fair amount of
    • psychopathological impairment as the first stage. We can be
    • symptom. Listen once in a while to their conversations! One despairs
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    • macrocosm; an air-human is being born into the human. The entire
    • element of air, in everything that is air within us. We have a
    • perpetual human birth in the element of air in the inhalation
    • think away air, water, earth, and hold before us only these
    • element of air. But when we come up higher to the region centered
    • occurs not in the element of air but in the element of warmth.
    • given over to the coarser breathing process of the lungs, to the air
    • inhalation, and is then by way of that air inhalation carried farther
    • human being, and gives them over to the air-inhalation process. This
    • entire process, which lies over the air-breathing process and which
    • below in the air-breathing and study the lower human being. Then,
    • just as we reach in air inhalation a higher, finer process, so now in
    • air exhalation we reach a lower, coarser process. Below we gradually
    • of digestion. Above, we had to connect air inhalation with that finer
    • to connect air exhalation with the digestive process, where the human
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    • etheric body. In clairvoyance one can bring this condition about
    • fairly easily, by strengthening thinking — strengthening it by
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    • physical-etheric body), then a clairvoyance comes about that borders
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    • Thinking can't go any further. Clairvoyance must then come to our
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    • air”; and everything to do with “warmth,”
    • temperature it becomes solid, or fluid, or air. That was the
    • clairvoyant faculty that leads an individual into the spiritual
    • or clairvoyance was thought to show that those who gained an
    • become well acquainted with illness and with clairvoyance.
    • Human clairvoyance
    • earth-life, what is experienced clairvoyantly in the realm of the
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    • course that contemporary clairvoyant investigation makes it possible
    • air or water or solid earth is as yet to be found upon ancient
    • weaving warmth. Then, to this living, weaving warmth, a kind of air
    • of a gaseous, airy element and a warmth element. Then comes the third
    • is added to the warmth and the air. There is as yet nothing of what
    • planet when, out of the universal complication of fire and air and
    • bearers; and that warmth, air, water are only the outer expressions,
    • elementary “water,” “air,”
    • elements of water, air or gas and fire, a globe which splits apart
    • elements of water, air and heat, the countenances of spiritual
    • with the help of warmth, air and water. Let us try to imagine this!
    • of water, air and fire. Let us think of spirit, in the form of
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    • air, and water were to be found there. It was only with the emergence
    • mutual interpenetration of the elements warmth, air and water —
    • So that we have to imagine the elements warmth, air and water
    • elementary substances of warmth, air and water, then you know the
    • existence, with its addition of the airy element. But in my
    • you can read how with the addition of the air
    • light element makes it possible for the warmth and the air to
    • of the complexes warmth, air and water surged through one another in
    • woven of the elements of warmth, air and water was left.
    • unless we are conscious all the time that air, water and even warmth
    • externally. Thus what we call air, water, warmth, are maya,
    • psycho-spiritual. These elements of air, warmth and water are the
    • that their more specifically bodily part lived in the air and the
    • warmth, air, water, such as I have described the tohu wabohu
    • air. That brings us somewhat nearer to this finer element which is
    • downward from warmth to air, and thence to water, so we can go upward
    • not of course hear a noise in the external air, but you hear the tone
    • darkness, in its surging interweaving of warmth, air and water; let
    • soughs through the air, learn to feel not merely its tone, learn to
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    • elementary existence, so that a certain degree of clairvoyant
    • knowledge, clairvoyant perception, would have been needed for their
    • of creation we are in the domain of clairvoyant perception. What had
    • the interweaving warmth we have a transfluent gaseous or airy
    • elements of warmth and air as rule in the plant kingdom today, those
    • an airy structure, so that the Sun flashes forth blossoms of light in
    • light, warmth and air in the ancient Sun evoluticn. The laws of the
    • the air-warmth-light sphere of the Sun? With the senses of today we
    • — that is to say, physically to the density of air. Today they
    • directing a faculty of clairvoyant perception towards that region of
    • by clairvoyant consciousness in spiritual realms. The group-souls of
    • names, or whether they were real spiritual entities. For clairvoyant
    • the time when the air, warmth and light sphere of the Sun was in its
    • full splendour, when light, playing in the surface of the airy globe,
    • which the elementary conditions of only water, air and warmth were to
    • interactivity of all three elementary conditions — air, warmth
    • emerged — one of the nature of air, with a tendency to expand in
    • air or water of today. The “water” was very much denser
    • get an idea of the constitution of “air” at that time, we
    • of air, the water turns to vaporous formations, and has the tendency
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    • only be reached through the clairvoyant investigation which we
    • pointed out that together with the condensation of warmth into air
    • air” the elementary condition next below warmth, we must
    • light and air, and all life during that time manifested itself within
    • this condition of warmth, light and air. Now we must once more make
    • manifestations of warmth, light and air, we are only considering the
    • externally by means of warmth, light and air. It is somewhat as if we
    • condensing below into air or gas and still further below into water.
    • with his external senses when it is transmitted by the air, but it
    • sound which is carried over the air, but recognise it as something
    • which is only perceptible when the clairvoyant sense is in some way
    • without we have to see, in elementary form, warmth, air, water, light
    • we have air, water, solid; as rarer conditions we have light, sound
    • clairvoyant eye penetrates the external elements — some
    • on from warmth to air, and let us turn our attention to the process
    • find all that clairvoyant investigation can bring to light —
    • stages of densification — from warmth to air, then to water and
    • air, water, earth — or of the more rarefied states
    • relationship between this pair of words; in earlier times the
    • of air, water and earth, and appointed Beings below them in rank as
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    • direction, such as light, air, water, earth, warmth, so we shall
    • hand a densification to air or gas, on the other hand a rarefaction
    • of light, warmth and air, had darkness as well as light in it. And
    • would be. Those who occupy academic chairs would probably turn out to
    • themselves through light, and placed the affairs of light and
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    • lower stages of clairvoyant consciousness — and in Genesis we
    • have to do with facts of clairvoyant consciousness all the time
    • lower region of clairvoyance, all that has to do with the etheric and
    • earth, water, air and fire or warmth, light, sound-ether and
    • air, and so on, and to grasp them firmly. We have not done very much
    • we say “water,” “air,” and so on, we are
    • warmth, an existence as a body of air, an existence as a body of
    • direction of densification, into the element of air. Such a process
    • as the densification of warmth into air, which we can follow in its
    • rarefied warmth-substance, the denser air comes into being. It is
    • Kyriotctes. When we ascend to the airy element, here we have to see a
    • still lower hierarchy at work. In the airy formations around us, to
    • truth live the Spirits of Wisdom; an airy element, within which in
    • This crude simile really does give a fair idea of the sort of
    • aware through clairvoyant investigation that on our earth the Spirits
    • co-operation of the Elohim with the Thrones. In the element of air,
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    • described this earlier form as a kind of lower clairvoyant
    • earth is that the old form of clairvoyance, a kind of
    • awakens, when conscious clairvoyance awakens. The first awakening of
    • clairvoyant consciousness is of such a nature that to begin with it
    • develop clairvoyance.
    • stage of astral clairvoyance. Let me remind you of the scenes which
    • clairvoyant capacity breaks through, he sees them again. He sees them
    • Let us bear in mind that the clairvoyant lives in a kind of
    • stages of clairvoyance. To begin with, the clairvoyant does not see
    • do these pictures signify? In the first stages of clairvoyance they
    • To take an actual example, when the clairvoyant begins to develop
    • happening is that his clairvoyance is projecting outwards into space
    • usually represents fairly pure inner processes, voices as a rule
    • then warmth-ether; then we have air, or the gaseous element, the
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    • And out of the ground the LORD God formed every beast of the field, and every fowl of the airCh. II, v.19
    • And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the airCh. I, v.26,
    • same way as today we see clouds in the airy atmosphere; and this is
    • and enlarged to a cosmic existence. The clairvoyant sees the astral
    • clairvoyant hovering like a cloud in the vicinity of the physical
    • meaning in complete harmony with what clairvoyant investigation has
    • air and water. Man could not fashion an earthly body for himself by
    • animals, who did descend into it became beings of the air, and beings
    • in bodies derived from the substances of air and water, man had to
    • Thrones was to be found in the element of air and in the Moon
    • of warmth to that of air, so we should expect the Elohim too, in
    • air. That, however, did not happen on the fifth day, but only at the
    • air on the fifth day, it would have happened to him as to the other
    • beings who sought their bodily nature in the element of air. They
    • became animals of the air, because they could not be given the
    • air as his element. When the creatures of the air descended, he had
    • weaving of Jahve-Elohim, in the air, but he was not to take this
    • elementary airy existence into himself until he could receive it from
    • into him the air. It was the efflux of the Elohim themselves, now
    • grown to Jahve-Elohim, which streamed into man with the air.
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    • corroborated the findings of clairvoyant investigation. There remain
    • pair of humans who survived the densification of the earth. Spiritual
    • about through their union with the descendants of that pair.
    • between rain and rain-free air which we have today did not exist in
    • clairvoyant organs of perception. It was during the time lasting from
    • “according to their kind,” visible to clairvoyant
    • the material aspect says that the moon has no air, scarcely any
    • told by the clairvoyant authors of the Genesis narrative may well
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    • The Harmony of the Bible with Clairvoyant Research
    • The Harmony of the Bible with Clairvoyant Research
    • physically the beings of the air and of the water. How does Genesis
    • distinct from the air and the sea. Only after that, little by little,
    • their view. It cannot be upon clairvoyant investigation, for that
    • clairvoyant investigation one first discovers the true facts, then
    • find in the Bible — and again now in clairvoyant perception
    • to air and rarefied to light, how air condensed to water and rarefied
    • of clairvoyant experience. Just as today the eye of the seer gazes in
    • supersensible. It was by clairvoyant experience that the facts
    • clairvoyant observation proceeds, within the picture which to begin
    • and when one leaves the physical and plunges into clairvoyant
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    • from ancient atavistic clairvoyant faculties and gave man a knowledge
    • in the air and on earth. But mankind had gradually to lose this living
    • of air and of earth.
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    • the new clairvoyance, come to know of sublime Beings who have risen
    • spectators of an affair of the gods. No wonder that physical
    • means are incapable of portraying an Event which is an affair of the
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    • the cosmic time piece, just as for the affairs of physical existence
    • ordinary human happenings. Human affairs take their course on the
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    • he possessed an instinctive clairvoyance which enabled him to commune,
    • attention to death. And why? With his instinctive clairvoyance, the
    • Golgotha is not merely an inner affair of men or of the earth, but is
    • equally an affair of the gods. Through the Event on Golgotha, the gods
    • ancient, instinctive clairvoyance still survived in certain
    • of the old clairvoyant insight. External tradition had lost wellnigh
    • clairvoyance could still come to its aid, while the last possessors of
    • instinctive clairvoyance were still practising yoga. But it is a long
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    • shadowy, clairvoyant consciousness.
    • Folk-Soul. Clairvoyance, although dim and shadowy, was still a real
    • impressions that were perceived by the old, dreamlike clairvoyance.
    • was man wholly bereft of his dim clairvoyance. Hence in the ancient
    • the visions arising in the ancient, shadowy clairvoyance, and on the
    • true state of affairs. In this Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch, man has
    • clairvoyance had themselves witnessed of these spiritual worlds. Above
    • then for all ages of time he must dangle, as it were, in mid-air. He
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    • blood (our inner fire) and our nervous system (our inner air) are in
    • in the air, when fire and air interact to produce thunder, this is the
    • corresponds, within us, to the warmth of our blood, and the air in the
    • Lightning in the formations of the air, and we hear the rolling
    • are in the air, Whose thoughts are in the rolling thunder. This is the
    • Fire and air in the macrocosm are, in man the microcosm, blood and
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    • Saul, illumined by clairvoyance on the road to Damascus, beheld and
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    • present-day consciousness this interpretation at first seems fairly
    • In short, despair and desolation are all that our civilisation can
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    • the occurrence. The affairs of this world are all very intimately
    • move your finger through the air — there is nothing there! Move
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    • astral body is clairvoyant.
    • clairvoyant still. As you already know, we built up our physical body
    • body. Behind this again rests a clairvoyant knowledge which is already
    • in the astral body, and a still more clairvoyant knowledge which is in
    • arise from the clairvoyant observation. For example; one must say:
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    • clairvoyance as the memory begins to decline. Then his memory becomes
    • two candles on the writing table, washed his hands, face, and hair;
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    • primitive clairvoyance formerly existing in humanity. The story is the
    • soul evolution from an original primitive clairvoyance, from a state
    • that this spiritual world which the primitive clairvoyance has
    • much inclined to despair, as was Faust, thus:
    • of air strike our ear, we have only images. All are images! Our
    • solemnity, to which the bells call one through the quiet solemn air of
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    • continue, the air would soon be quite full of carbonic acid. But the
    • He will then transform matter just as today the plant transforms the air
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    • the fluid and the gaseous or airy. The solid must be distinguished
    • from the mineral. Air and water are also mineral. Theosophical
    • first element which is finer than the air is the one which causes it
    • the air in this way is warmth; it is really a fine etheric substance,
    • Thirdly, when one transposes oneself in dream into the air-forming
    • Man breathes in the air. When he experiences in himself the life of
    • the air, then that is the way to reach the Nirvana plane. This is the
    • the result of vibrations in the air, and each single sound arises from
    • yourself, as sound, then you are studying the arithmetic of the air.
    • semblance (beauty) and power. (See Goethe's Fairy Tale.)
    • warmth, as in a certain sense man today controls the life of the air.
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    • On the Old Moon the environment consisted not only of air, but also of
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    • Gaseous, Air
    • Fifthly we have what is of the nature of air. This corresponds to the
    • As now, when man speaks he influences the air, so later he will gain
    • general, will express itself in the air and indeed in forms, for
    • airwaves vanish. Out of these words the Future Jupiter will later be
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    • automaton was built up out of a fairly firm undifferentiated mass,
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    • Even Rousseau and Voltaire were such instruments of occult
    • play their part in the outside world. Voltaire was in the most eminent
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    • the physical plane, as for instance, a chair or a table. Things are
    • the affairs of the world rise from him into the astral plane, they
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    • This atmosphere — astral air one might call it — which at
    • astral air lived spiritual beings — both lower and higher —
    • The Monads, which were already present in the astral air, could not
    • airy substance. From below upwards we have the physical substance,
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    • that time stretched his legs, so to say, into the air. The plant has
    • its organs of reproduction, stamens and pistil, into the air (plant).
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    • make use of the physical body; the physical body becomes clairvoyant
    • medium does so unconsciously. It is through such a clairvoyant
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    • Physical is: Firstly the solid earth, secondly water, thirdly air,
    • astral; then such a being with its consciousness in the air and its
    • Goethe knew this very well; Faust wished to have fire air; this was to
    • the air in four directions one creates a definite kind of being.
    • repetition: Dominus vobiscum. The sound is regular, the air is brought
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    • the air, for we perceive only the oscillations, the vibrations of the
    • air, something which stands in a quite external relationship to what
    • is material. Matter, the air, is only the vehicle for the sound waves.
    • life ether, hearing perceives the air. A sixth and a seventh sense
    • air from his environment into himself. In this way he had so changed
    • air.
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    • the present day inhaling and exhaling of the air. In the middle of the
    • What today is usually not understood is that in the air there is
    • spirit was called: Air, Wind = Pneuma. Pneuma means a current of air
    • Earth has today. They could not breathe air, thus they could not take
    • breathing of air. They were obliged to carry out in the
    • warmth-principle what today takes place in the air. We differentiate
    • Fifthly Air, Sixthly Water, Seventhly Solid. Thus the Luciferic Beings
    • had to carry out in warmth what man today carries out in air. Now you
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    • the power of clairvoyance. We can however form a conception of this
    • air. At that time threads of suction connected man with the whole of
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    • of clairvoyant forces it was possible for the Atlantean to make the
    • powerful way. Esau is still a hairy man, that means he represents the
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Temperaments
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    • observed in details of behavior. Even a non-clairvoyant can tell from
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Spirit and the Animal Spirit
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    • in affairs like laughing and weeping, and also in blushing, where a
    • There it was. But I beg you to keep quiet about it, for this affair
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    • most they can recognise that somewhere or other air exists and that
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    • what is taking place spiritually. The true state of affairs can
    • clairvoyance dreamlike. Let us say, for example, that from their
    • take possession of the Air, and man would become a spectre of air. In
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    • plants to the earth as being similar to that of our hair to ourselves,
    • as our hair is connected with the skin on which it grows. The animal
    • clairvoyance. We must attain a fully conscious clairvoyance.
    • instinct, turns to what was once found through dreamlike clairvoyance.
    • You know that the air which belongs to the immediate surroundings of
    • body and our etheric body need the oxygen from the air; our ego and
    • there is a considerable admixture of nitrogen in the air, for nitrogen
    • with the old clairvoyance by the ancient Initiates.
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    • comprehensible to me in human affairs that transpired then that I need
    • to say, “A man like Alcibiades is a mere prince in a fairy story
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    • the passing moment. “Tarry yet, thou art so fair!” and
    • passing moment, “Tarry yet, thou art so fair,” it must
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    • clairvoyant, and that is when we speak in symbols and metaphors so
    • Suppose that to clairvoyant vision a man's etheric body, or some
    • being sees and perceives. Hence, a clairvoyant in these worlds cannot
    • initiation or by passing through the gate of death. A clairvoyant then
    • clairvoyant looking into the inner soul of the man, as it is of
    • called desires, but by means of a real process. If the clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant consciousness has the feeling of something repellent,
    • What is the consequence of this? When clairvoyant consciousness enters
    • natural for the clairvoyant to say that a being revealing all that he
    • within him is ugly. That is immediately felt by clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant consciousness. One is confronted by this angelic form and
    • angel and afterwards that it is a hideous devil. But clairvoyant
    • meeting a fair-haired man, that “he has fair hair.” There
    • attained, and the preparation for this stage of clairvoyance must
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    • clairvoyant becomes clear about the fundamental mood of his soul in
    • are not necessarily the poet's occult experiences, but the clairvoyant
    • picture. When in the light of his experience the clairvoyant reads
    • be experienced clairvoyantly.
    • of clairvoyance; to picture it in such a way that you can now take up
    • that you may get a feeling of the clairvoyant's corresponding
    • certain stage of clairvoyance, or in the conscious experience of
    • being able to experience it clairvoyantly in the moment itself. We are
    • clairvoyant consciousness, you can never say of beings that one is
    • become so clairvoyant that there will then appear the memory picture,
    • the first stages of initiation, he can raise himself clairvoyantly to
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    • Life is a complicated affair, and every soul, in whatever position it
    • in short pamphlets (a much easier affair) saying the soul should do
    • of initiation, because his soul life has become clairvoyant by his own
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    • travel in trains, nor airships. He will go into the individual being
    • picture Him going by airplane or travelling by sea. They would like to
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    • clairvoyant consciousness discovers in the human life of Perception,
    • And so you can understand, that what is described by the clairvoyant
    • infinitely with different clairvoyant individuals. Each one may have
    • clairvoyant consciousness sees when it enters into the spiritual
    • Let us suppose that a clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant consciousness meets with, is in fact a complete reversal
    • thing compared with this great world. When the clairvoyant
    • it. ... And when one develops clairvoyant consciousness to a certain
    • man, one develops the clairvoyant consciousness; that is the first
    • the beginning of the clairvoyant experience we have described. One
    • Thus to clairvoyant vision, that
    • such clairvoyant experiences one at length acquires knowledge of how
    • the experience of clairvoyant consciousness — and which I think
    • as an inner feeling through this clairvoyant knowledge?
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    • in the clairvoyant consciousness, when from the darkness of spiritual
    • begin to perceive with clairvoyant consciousness, the revelations
    • Lucifer is opposed did not now take upon themselves the affairs of
    • depths of our soul it has to take our affairs in hand, because we
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    • perception with clairvoyant vision, for only by observing the actual
    • perception clairvoyantly. Let us suppose some object affects our
    • to clairvoyant vision it is not closed.
    • stated that light is thrown on the past by clairvoyant consciousness.
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    • "question-motif" in fairy-tales. In the spirit-world our
    • able for a very long time to think of seeing clairvoyantly for
    • forces of healing. When the clairvoyant consciousness finds the right
    • clairvoyant is able to call up before him the picture of the illness.
    • effect on him. Owing to his clairvoyant consciousness there appears
    • physical world, is perceived by the clairvoyant. Through this the
    • clairvoyant is enabled to advise the man for his good. Indeed, one
    • need not even be a fully developed clairvoyant, but this may appear
    • cause of that which to clairvoyant consciousness appears as
    • of clairvoyance on the physical plane. Our present mental outlook
    • developed from a dull, dreamy clairvoyance. The more primitive and
    • original clairvoyance. Although the primitive atavistic clairvoyance
    • clairvoyance. This clairvoyance reveals — although in a dim,
    • clairvoyance; only in the latter case it is not dim and dreamy, but
    • great number of fairy-tales and sagas. These are gradually
    • ‘question motif’ in fairy-tales and sagas is very
    • widespread and is a form of dreamlike clairvoyant consciousness which
    • sagas, fairy-tales, etc., and enables us to place them where they
    • add the other truth which is obtained through clairvoyant
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    • earth may be repaired; otherwise, when we have gone through death
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    • the world, all the elemental life in earth, water and air — if
    • many people, who are active in social affairs, have indicated a
    • clairvoyance survived, then the Spiritual found utterance in the
    • introspection, was a much simpler affair, for a deeply inward social
    • that was formerly revealed through atavistic clairvoyance now remains
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    • civic rights, which brings administrative order into human affairs.
    • earthly affairs arrogates to itself the spiritual — and seeks
    • above the animals, even in our earthly affairs. But if we are
    • is given by fairy-tales and legends, by all that leads away from dry
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    • and perceptions, to see into the heart of social affairs. In this
    • kind of hair sprouting out of this reality!
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    • unimpaired, but into it the darkening, the dimming effect is sent
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    • dark — i.e. the unimpaired brightness and on the other hand the
    • Here we have cut it out very neatly; you see a pretty fair circle.
    • air. Now my sighting line impinges on the water. The water does not
    • let my force of sight go through as easily as the air does; it offers
    • difficult for me to see through the water than through the air; the
    • could fill the vessel with a gas thinner than air (
    • turn fairly quickly and you still see the seven colours as such
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    • air (Euler for instance thought of it thus). If I call forth a sound,
    • the sound is propagated through the air in such a way that if this is
    • the place where the sound is evoked, the air in the immediate
    • neighbourhood is, to begin with, compressed. Compressed air arises
    • here. Now the compressed air presses in its turn on the adjoining
    • air. It expands, momentarily producing in this neighbourhood a layer
    • of attenuated air. Through these successions of compression and
    • through the air — with a velocity, you will recall, of 300,000
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    • a note, you will be able to show that the air inside it is vibrating.
    • demonstrable movement of the particles of air or of the bell; so you
    • executed by a body or by the air and our perceptions of tone or
    • unless the air in our environment is vibrating we shall not hear any
    • the air.
    • through our organs of hearing. The vibrations of the air beat on our
    • the air. So then it is the ether.” By a pure play of analogies
    • one is thus led to the idea: When the air beats upon our ear and we
    • the vibrating air and our sensation; so in like manner, when the
    • vibrating of the air when we perceive sounds — was transferred
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    • to swim in the element of air, which of course we always have
    • us is a kind of intermediary between the airy and the solid state.
    • Now we can also experience ourselves quite consciously in the airy
    • descends effectively into the airy element. Even as it enters into
    • enters into the element of air. Here again, it can
    • what is taking place in our environment of air. It is precisely
    • one we live with in the element of air, inasmuch as we ourselves
    • into the gaseous or airy element. Then are we living in the airy
    • this; so too must we partake in the element of air. We must
    • ourselves have something of the airy element within us in a
    • differentiated airy element outside us. In this respect, my dear
    • breathe-in the air and breathe it out again. When we breathe-out
    • the air we push our diaphragm upward. This involves a relief of
    • somewhat condensed modification, so to speak, of the air, for it is
    • really the out-breathed air which brings about the process. When I
    • differentiation, enabling me to perceive and experience the airy
    • differentiation of the air.
    • manifestation in the air outside you. The ear is in a way the
    • the differentiated airy movement that comes to you from without.
    • functioning as an airy body. You, as a living organism of air, live
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    • sound advances in air — how far it goes, say, in a second
    • be reproduced, to demonstrate this oscillatory character of air or
    • air and we may therefore say that when we hear any sounding body
    • the air between it and us is in movement. Indeed we bring the air
    • tube, which we connect with another tube full of air, so that the
    • movements of the metallic tube are communicated to this air. If we
    • with air, the mobility of the tiny spheres of dust enables us to
    • there arises a condensation, a densifying of the air; this will
    • way. So there arises a thinning-out, a dilution of the air. Then at
    • condensations of the air. We really need not do all these
    • to direct a stream of air on to the moving disc. (He did.) You can
    • — 40 in fact. When Herr Stockmeyer blew the stream of air on
    • air was going. Thus on the inner circle we got 40 beats, but on the
    • of time we have 80 beats, 80 air-waves in the one case and 40 in
    • violent disturbance of the air. And from this premise Hamerling
    • air or vibrating ether, — let him put down the book which
    • me in the way I see you. Only the oscillations in the air, between
    • and expansion in the air, is transmitted through this peculiar
    • imagine the sound penetrating here in the form of air-waves and
    • air. Remember too what I was saying: a thing may look complete and
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    • conception and that of other scientists he had achieved pretty fair
    • glass tube from which the air has to a certain extent been pumped
    • through air of very high dilution. High tension is engendered in
    • when it goes through the highly attenuated air. It becomes even
    • air inside the tube.
    • air or gas, called for more detailed study, in which many
    • like those of matter. Shoot a material cannonball through the air
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    • which the air or gas was highly rarefied, led scientists to see in
    • which the air is rarefied. It has its cathode or negative pole
    • moment he wakes up. A chair has fallen over. This was the impact
    • impact of the chair. All this elaboration of the outer world
    • gas or air under the influence of warmth and in relation to its
    • mathematical certainty that air could not be liquefied. Yet air was
    • you will recall the analogy of the bell-jar from which the air has
    • fair example — have been pervaded, it will assuredly be of
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • What has been described today will seem to many of you to be airy
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    • unprepared, he would be filled with fear and despair.
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    • although without clairvoyance it is not outwardly visible as light.
    • Thinking — all this is impaired by our sins of omission in
    • the clairvoyant were to believe the mirror-image to be another entity,
    • a picture revealing his inner self. Were the clairvoyant to
    • things through reason. Clairvoyance should not be induced in anyone
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    • physical world: solid, liquid or fluid, airy or aeriform, or warmth;
    • or: earth, water, air, fire. These expressions are taken from the
    • current of air which we call warmth.
    • we call ‘airy’ or ‘aeriform’ in the physical
    • world. This is designated as ‘air’ in the Elementary World.
    • really only be described by saying that water, air and earth are
    • that ‘earth’, ‘water’, ‘air’,
    • qualities of earthly things — solid, liquid, airy, fiery. But for
    • air, water, earth, must also be considered. On Old Saturn, everything
    • was fire or warmth; during the Old Sun evolution, air was added;
    • higher form of consciousness, namely, clairvoyant
    • us to have clairvoyant consciousness? — the answer is that there
    • development of this clairvoyant consciousness. Like everything else,
    • it must be formed from a higher world. The first kind of clairvoyant
    • existence of clairvoyant consciousness we must also admit the
    • possible the development of clairvoyant consciousness.
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    • air and fire — he also becomes aware that his own corporeality
    • normal human consciousness and not with clairvoyance, we find certain
    • element of “air”, and between the choleric temperament and
    • beings living in the element of “air”; the phlegmatic man
    • clairvoyance, for very exact self-knowledge is necessary before it is
    • element of air, the phlegmatic to the element of water and the
    • a clairvoyant, observing someone in the Elementary World, sees him as
    • element of air, or, as a choleric, the element of fire. Melancholics,
    • worlds unless with clairvoyant consciousness we were to pass on to the
    • Macrocosm. A Being who confronts us in some particular clairvoyant
    • Earth and of those who are only to be seen by clairvoyance in the
    • from normal consciousness into clairvoyant consciousness that is
    • Reason? When clairvoyant consciousness awakens in a man, he becomes in
    • the forces for awakening this clairvoyant consciousness come from a
    • when clairvoyant consciousness awakens in him. It is the world of
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    • is perceptible to clairvoyant consciousness is that the Ego is not by
    • To clairvoyant consciousness the Ego is always present in a certain
    • clairvoyant sees as a kind of light-aura may be called the Ego-aura.
    • colour. The elements of fire, air, water and earth (spiritually
    • nerves and thirty-one pairs of spinal nerves. The cosmic laws are
    • nervous system to be explained? We have three additional pairs of
    • survey the World of Spirit clairvoyantly can find exact images of the
    • visible to clairvoyant consciousness. For example, one unfolds like a
    • the faculty of clairvoyant vision can perceive these higher
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    • and such a place; the air was bracing and I was much refreshed. —
    • effect of the air. The second, a sickly man, could not stand the
    • bracing air and his condition deteriorated. Both statements are right,
    • another time, with trained clairvoyance, we follow a similar path, we
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    • to look clairvoyantly into the higher worlds. Not only is the faculty
    • ordinary memory is, at first, impaired. Anyone who knows this will not
    • clairvoyant investigator, we can understand that it will also express
    • appearance. The clairvoyant investigator today is not yet able to
    • and man in his present form simply could not live on it. The air must
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    • ourselves: “I may not yet be able through clairvoyance of my own
    • clairvoyant vision, namely, that our Earth is the successor of another
    • clairvoyant vision sees prophetically, namely the emergence of a new
    • range of external investigation and is revealed only when clairvoyant
    • itself. What is visible to the eye of clairvoyance now becomes
    • air and warmth. We come here to a state in our solar system so
    • connection between fire (or warmth) and air, and between physical body
    • clairvoyance to look back to a primordial state of pure warmth. We
    • call this the Old Saturn-state of the Earth. To clairvoyant vision it
    • burning substance. But on Old Saturn there was no air or gas. Imagine
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • we reflect about the relationship of the lungs to the air, we
    • know that lungs and air belong together. But because in this
    • that air comes from outside, penetrates into the lungs, is then
    • could maintain that the lung itself creates the air, that the
    • air which is breathed out somehow has its origin in the lung
    • itself, that the lung produces air. Our ordinary
    • lungs to the air. Likewise our higher, spiritual observation
    • mother, than the air which comes from outside has to do with
    • air that at a particular moment is in our lungs, has flowed in
    • death it flows out again, just as air which has been used up by
    • about the connection of air to a greater mass of air which is
    • as the air unites itself to the lungs
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    • the science of spirit, the real and true clairvoyance. I am not
    • fond of the word clairvoyance because it is mixed up with all
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    • fairly good idea that in the depths of its being
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    • physical world in the substances of earth, of water, of air, of fire,
    • clairvoyant vision when he enters into relation with souls who have
    • feeling as if he were hovering in the air.
    • these two clairvoyant faculties which are developed in meditation
    • water, air, etc., pass away; the forms of the Akasha-substance
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    • could always be found by those who were clairvoyant, as such, He has
    • this altered state of affairs, to this time of a renewal of the
    • consciousness will arise again for clairvoyant vision. At first only
    • revival becomes clairvoyant vision of humanity in the twentieth century.
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    • when they directed their clairvoyant sight into the cosmic spaces
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    • developing under this condition of uncertainty. This state of affairs
    • hear a sound, outside of me there is vibrating air. In a drawing, I
    • can picture these vibrations in the air that emanate from a
    • waves, as they are called, possess in the vibrating air can be
    • of the air strikes my ear, and with it arises that peculiar inner
    • sound, color, and warmth experience, had become, as it were, fair
    • birth. When a man began to show wrinkles and grey hair and grow
    • same way, we would not be able to catch a breath of mental air. Thus
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    • air vibrations, just as color is connected with certain processes in
    • ought to conduct physical experiments as to what happens in the air
    • I do not say that one has to be clairvoyant in order to gain the
    • right insight into these matters, although a clairvoyant approach
    • that clairvoyant perception can give greater insight, but it is not
    • I never mentioned clairvoyant knowledge, but I did show to what extent man
    • clairvoyant perception. This has not yet been understood. The
    • external air also continues on in breathing, etc. Summing it all up,
    • draft of air is not a normal person but a neurasthenic. But they
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    • times was perceived by a sort of instinctive clairvoyance. Scientific
    • mind was led to such a point that we can fairly say that man forgot
    • elements — earth, water, air and fire (we would say warmth.) We
    • airy and the fiery in myself? Then, in those times the answer was: I
    • watery as “phlegm,” the airy as “pneuma”
    • between air, water, fire and earth.
    • Air
    • old instinctive clairvoyance. We will only succeed in this when we
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture VIII
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    • clairvoyant perception of what goes on behind the scenes. Moreover, we know
    • in fire. Others looked for it in air. Still others in solid matter,
    • air man” — if I may put it this way — is
    • only fluids or water formations, we are always gaseous-airy as well.
    • We breathe in the air and breathe it out again. We experienced the
    • of air. This is why psychology was more concrete. When the living
    • experience of air (which can also be outwardly traced) was cast out
    • with air. As we can say that man expelled the physical and chemical
    • element, the air-breath experience. He withdrew his own being from
    • (air) out of the psychological. Likewise, he squeezed the warmth
    • men of old said: We have four elements, earth, water, air and fire.
    • body as the agent that moves, mixes, and separates the fluids. Air is
    • vanished into tin air. Man was seen only as a physical body, and that
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    • matters can only be correctly judged, if one is clairvoyant.
    • Therefore I will wait until I am clairvoyant. I won't venture
    • have originated in life. Neither do you need to be clairvoyant in
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture II
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    • body. For this purpose we have here a vessel filled simply with air.
    • We shut off the air in the vessel and warm it. Notice
    • simply warm the air in the vessel, which air constitutes a gaseous
    • vessel expands. The air streams into the tube, presses on the mercury
    • Whatever was gaseous was called in ancient Greece air.
    • words earth, air and water over into old writings where Grecian
    • called air, the feeling was that such a body was under the
    • Earthly air being were looked upon in this way, that their
    • sun warmed the air, etc. He does not, indeed do this, but since he
    • for example, the air, remained in its behavior under the unifying
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    • ancient view of the physical world, earth, water, air. You are
    • acquainted with the fact that earth, water, and air, or as they are
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    • air which is in equilibrium with the outer air with which we are
    • always surrounded. I must remind you that this outer air surrounding
    • and it exerts this pressure on us. Thus, we can say that air inside
    • the left hand tube is under the same pressure as the outer air itself,
    • right the tube is open to the atmosphere the air in the closed tube is
    • pressure on the air in the left hand tube,
    • the pressure exerted on this air by the pressure corresponding to the
    • weight of the mercury column, the volume of the air in the left hand
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    • and pass it through the air, you are continually cutting the air and
    • through the air (the conditions under which we do this will not be
    • taken up) that the properties of the air itself bring about the
    • contributed by the nature of the air itself when the pencil passes
    • yesterday. When you picture the air to yourselves and imagine it cut
    • and closing up at once, the matter composing the air is responsible
    • material air itself is in the other case. That is, you met here with a
    • that when we observe the gaseous or vapor condition — air is
    • and our acoustic phenomena playing themselves out in the air would lie
    • world as it is expressed in the air lies on this side of the heat
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    • with his environment. He must take in more oxygen from the air in the
    • this by allowing light to shine through a pair of tourmaline crystals.
    • nothing but the condensation and rarefaction of the air; tone is a
    • the air. Thus we accustom ourselves to a way of thinking that prevents
    • identified with the air vibrations, then one is naturally led to
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    • observed by this expanding action of the energy cylinder on the air
    • writes the doubts down at once. This leads soon to a despairing
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    • is manifested strikingly in the movements of the air, that is, in the
    • their entirety, you can conclude with a fair degree of certainty, at
    • through the air. Considering how the air relates itself in various
    • on this chair when giving a lecture, and some ill-disposed person
    • the same way, my experiments with light are not affected by the air in
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    • meaning of tone in the air, namely that an opposite kind of force is
    • air outside of us. This must be looked upon as nonsense.
    • identical with the condensations and rarefactions of the air that
    • the air, we are dealing with a potential difference between what is
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • ‘clairvoyance’ it is at any rate, an ‘exact
    • clairvoyance’. The science of the spirit begins where
    • it is not merely an affair of the intellect, but of the entire human
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    • clairvoyance in Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition; and this
    • dreamlike clairvoyance. Man attains to his full consciousness in the
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • thinks out a mathematical problem can be fairly certain that he is
    • creatively in the affairs of the sense-world. Everything which is thus
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IX: The Destination of the Ego-Consciousness in Conjunction with the Christ-problem
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    • spirit-cosmos enters continually as does the air into the lungs in
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture I: Rosicrucian Esotericism
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    • developed clairvoyance and insight into higher worlds. Such individuals
    • are the cosmic bodies. A clairvoyant is eventually able to perceive
    • the aura of a cosmic body. What a clairvoyant would have seen in the
    • what would be seen by one who has developed clairvoyance today. Just
    • Moses at that time? His clairvoyant power had developed to a certain
    • An individual who was not clairvoyant would simple have seen a happening
    • The event of Damascus! At the moment when he became clairvoyant and
    • namely, the power to think, to correlate his perceptions. A clairvoyant
    • the head. The activity of the forces, which to a clairvoyant seems to
    • from the nape of the neck in all directions, wherever hair appears;
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    • Many people will say, “The results of clairvoyant investigation are
    • communicated to us, I were told how I can myself develop clairvoyance?
    • trained clairvoyant had perceived this or that in the spiritual world.
    • clairvoyant could see the same thing even if he had known nothing whatever
    • about the result obtained by the first clairvoyant. If you were to believe
    • by a clairvoyant or by an occult school, cannot be investigated a second
    • fact had been investigated and in the year 1950 another clairvoyant
    • time from now, many individuals will become clairvoyant, but they would
    • Even a clairvoyant must get to know what has already been discovered,
    • note of the results of clairvoyant investigation. The stone as it lies
    • if we drop the salt into the water? To clairvoyant observation the grains
    • torn out the first grey hairs that have appeared on his head but pain
    • world. We will now, however, turn to the results of clairvoyant
    • to blossom, clairvoyant consciousness sees something spreading over
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    • differ from that of the animal? First let us ask how clairvoyant
    • answer this question we must describe what clairvoyance is.
    • developed a certain faculty of clairvoyance has also acquired such mastery
    • clairvoyant, however, is quite capable of doing this. The space otherwise
    • occupied by the physical body is then, for the clairvoyant, filled through
    • see the etheric body of an elephant clairvoyantly you would be amazed
    • is clairvoyant; to a materialist it is simply an illusion. Anatomists
    • clairvoyant consciousness as a luminous cloud. This is the astral body.
    • between one human being and another. If a clairvoyant sees a bluish-red
    • there to the clairvoyant as a bluish, luminous orb. A kind of bluish
    • but not until, the clairvoyant can also suggest away a man's astral
    • ask clairvoyant consciousness what is then happening in the physical
    • if he has not yet become clairvoyant, has no organs, hence during the
    • persists for as long as this. Then it fades away and a clairvoyant sees
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    • clairvoyant. To begin with he sees his own urges and passions streaming
    • and approach him in rays from all sides. Whoever becomes clairvoyant in
    • who become clairvoyant but know nothing of it. It will become less and
    • lead human beings into the spiritual world. For many who become clairvoyant
    • fluidity, a sphere of air and the whole permeated by warmth. You can form
    • You know that where a mineral appears, a clairvoyant sees nothing in
    • are the spiritual forces that appear to clairvoyant sight rather like
    • round about it. The crystal cube presents itself to the clairvoyant
    • comparable with our air. This region of Devachan is formed of that of
    • substantiality in Devachan that can be compared to the air on earth.
    • Picture to yourselves a clairvoyant looking from Devachan at a battle.
    • clairvoyant would see more than the physical figures of human beings and
    • is how such a battle would appear to a clairvoyant looking from Devachan.
    • But loving feelings are also seen from there; they pervade the airy
    • named three regions — solid, flowing and airy — and have
    • what we formerly experienced inwardly; it is now the airy sphere around
    • process of being directed by higher beings to the parental pair now
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture V: The Physical World as an Expression of Spiritual Forces and Beings
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    • moreover, actually present in Devachan. When a clairvoyant gazes at
    • world a clairvoyant sees souls who want to incarnate. Conditions of
    • perceived by a clairvoyant as a play, a surging hither and thither of
    • parental pair concerned. It is often glibly stated that if the choosing
    • that becomes free; the etheric body — the clairvoyant sees this
    • an abstract philosophy will stigmatize as saga and fairy tale. The fairy
    • can be ingeniously interpreted. The fairy tale of the stork was not
    • is the physical connection of man and woman. This is a fairy tale, the
    • fairy tale of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. “We ourselves
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VI: The Configuration and Metamorphoses of Man's Physical Body
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    • four elements of earth, water, air, fire or warmth. For a modern physicist
    • is “air.” What the modern physicists regards as a state
    • as a condition but as something on a par with earth, water or air. On
    • Old Saturn you would have found no earth, water or air; warmth or fire
    • chair in cosmic space — you had been able to observe the Saturn
    • evolution with clairvoyant sight, perception of it could only have been
    • even the in-haled air, and imagine that he consists only and entirely
    • Sun retained the warmth but evolved something as well, namely, air,
    • so that on the Old Sun there was now warmth and air, and moreover light.
    • of light — burning gas — warmth ether and air. Through Saturn
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VII: Evolutionary Stages of our Earth before the Lemurian Epoch
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    • by the fruits of clairvoyance that it would recognize in a legend much
    • belong to an earlier, cosmic stage of consciousness. Clairvoyant vision
    • it again, just as he inhales and exhales air today. The process became
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VIII: Stages in the Evolution of our Earth. Lemurian, Atlantean, Post-Atlantean Epochs.
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    • of gradual densification presents itself to clairvoyant sight. Out of
    • but at that time fire flashed through the air when men were evil.
    • imbued with a high degree of clairvoyance. There would have been in
    • clairvoyant consciousness with which his inner world was perceived in
    • deep secrets lie hidden — the forces of air and water. Fire was
    • air ships” they laid up enormous stocks of seeds, just as we
    • their vehicles. When the clairvoyant looks back to that epoch, he sees
    • these vehicles near the earth in the air that was still dense to a certain
    • influencing the forces of air and water. When the will of the Atlantean
    • simultaneously evoked the forces of water and of air, released them, and
    • see into the spiritual world. Clairvoyance then gradually faded. Men
    • at the height of Atlantean culture there were seers, clairvoyants and
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    • clairvoyance, for at that moment the earth's aura changed, revealing
    • A clairvoyant, living
    • Jesus of Nazareth. It was when he became clairvoyant near the gates
    • who had become clairvoyant through grace; his was a premature birth
    • that through that clairvoyant experience humanity was led to Christ.
    • the world man enters after death, he still finds that when a clairvoyant
    • physical eyes and then with clairvoyant sight, they are by no means
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    • just said, the conclusion to the above. In this fairy tale, Goethe
    • try to give an interpretation of this fairy tale; Goethe put into
    • of “Faust,” but of the “Fairy Tale of the Green
    • is capable of understanding the Fairy Tale knows that Goethe was a
    • in Theosophy; and the Fairy Tale itself is a proof of this; only, at
    • “Fairy Tale” of the “Green Serpent and the
    • this Earth, such as tables and chairs and so on, are to the ordinary
    • wished to illustrate in his Fairy Tale, of the Green Serpent and the
    • This is the mystery Goethe represented in his Fairy Tale. First of
    • words what he expressed in the fairy tale in pictures; what we in
    • riddle lies in the fairy tale itself, and not in one word alone.”
    • indicated by Goethe in the fairy tale. The Serpent said “I will
    • them he spoke about the forces symbolized by him in the “Fairy
    • clearly expressed in the “Fairy Tale” itself, the giant
    • about the Fairy Tale. I cannot go into them all today, and will only
    • Initiation. That too, is a profound feature of the enigmatical Fairy
    • Fairy Tale pedantically, by interpreting every word, but we must feel
    • beautiful pictures. Goethe in his Fairy Tale brought out what
    • form of a Fairy Tale. “When I want to express these thoughts in
    • and pictures, so we will not interpret the Fairy Tale in the ordinary
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    • the “Fairy Tale”
    • “Faust” without this help. The “Fairy Tale”
    • understand when we have the key to it, that in this Fairy Tale Goethe
    • so in a great picture. He then contributed the Fairy Tale, in which
    • of the Lodge. But he leads us furthest of all in his Fairy Tale of
    • man) In the Fairy Tale Goethe also represents the three kingdoms. The
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 2: The Christmas Festival as a Symbol of the Sun Victory
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    • of the spirit will have become an everyday affair. Moreover, spiritual
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    • To kindle life's fair torch we did aspire
    • While foam and mist high in the air are driven.
    • Now lost in air, now clearly drawn, it dailies,
    • pure air. Its atmosphere was filled with enormous masses of mist
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    • to metals. I have not yet spoken to-day of how popular fairy tales and
    • forming and dissolving mist and to the watery vapor filling the air
    • feel a slight drizzle in the air. If we feel all this morally there
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    • when it concentrates on the air itself, indeed, on the purest air
    • Now air as free from moisture as possible, played upon by the light
    • beings, which live in air free from moisture, and eagerly drink in the
    • light which permeates the air and which causes them to flash and
    • contrary, in connection with the Element of Air, air when it is as
    • nature-spirits of earth, of water, and of air. There is a fourth
    • air, and fire.
    • may call the nature-spirits of the air, play their part in late summer
    • meteor-like air-spirits sink down over the plant-world and saturate
    • spirits of the water, and at another the spirits of the air should
    • upon our own souls. The nature-spirits of water and air can be
    • stimulated to clairvoyance, should retain two things in the whole
    • sphere of clairvoyant, occult observation. In every esoteric
    • not suppose that this implies an advanced degree of clairvoyance; this
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    • recognized as the nature-spirits of the air. With the nature-spirits
    • beings are sent down into the kingdoms of the elements, into air,
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    • what may be called clairvoyant vision of the beings of the Third
    • clairvoyant consciousness of the beings of the Third Hierarchy. When a
    • clairvoyant perception of the Third Hierarchy can begin.
    • and then, as has been described, clairvoyant consciousness lights up
    • and thinks with the ordinary intellect — and that clairvoyant
    • experienced in the other, the clairvoyant condition. He can talk about
    • experiences in the clairvoyant state. Thus if a seer in his ordinary
    • what he experienced in the other, the clairvoyant conditions of
    • consciousness. A clairvoyant having reached this stage of development,
    • attain a still higher stage of clairvoyant vision
    • attains a higher stage of clairvoyance. This consists not only in his
    • remember his clairvoyant experiences in the normal condition; but
    • having attained this higher stage of clairvoyance, he can also
    • his clairvoyant vision over into his ordinary consciousness, and can
    • We may ask: “What has happened to a clairvoyant, who is able not
    • consciousness, but who can have clairvoyant experiences in his own
    • first stage of clairvoyance is the astral body; at the second stage of
    • clairvoyance which has just been described, he learns to make use of
    • his etheric body in this way as an instrument for clairvoyance, he
    • Now, however, the clairvoyant must not stand still here, only
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    • characteristic feature of the second stage of clairvoyance which has
    • clairvoyance.
    • clairvoyance plunges down into some being of the kingdom of nature; he
    • merely immerse himself in it as at the second stage of clairvoyance,
    • being as outside himself, so now at the higher stage of clairvoyance,
    • flesh and blood, nor even of light and air; but of that which we can
    • the stage of clairvoyance of which we must now speak. In western
    • water and the air, then daily life teaches us that the planet is in
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    • consciousness of such a being. For clairvoyance simply means calling
    • it. Thus to clairvoyant consciousness those forms, those light-forms
    • they are no longer there. On the other hand, clairvoyant consciousness
    • Clairvoyant consciousness cannot perceive the Moon or Mars as they
    • up within you an idea of the kind of knowledge clairvoyant
    • possible for you to understand how clairvoyant consciousness perceives
    • the heavenly bodies. Thus it transports itself clairvoyantly into the
    • heavenly bodies in the cosmos. To clairvoyant consciousness everything
    • example. When we observe our own earth-moon by clairvoyant
    • soon as this impression appears to clairvoyant vision, it is then
    • You see, I have now described what the clairvoyant must do to travel
    • if we leave the clairvoyant state which we have developed for the
    • use of a certain clairvoyant observation of our own earth as it is at
    • kingdoms of nature and observe our earth clairvoyantly, we see that
    • condition grown out of the other? And then arises before clairvoyant
    • referring to actual facts which can be apparent to our clairvoyant
    • consciousness. Clairvoyant vision, even if perhaps not simultaneously
    • certain way with these clairvoyant impressions. I will once more give
    • two memory-pictures. That is what the clairvoyant must do after
    • we compare the impressions which clairvoyant consciousness receives
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    • it sees in another. Space is by no means a homogeneous affair; it is
    • man had a certain original primitive clairvoyance, the following was
    • it accomplished an historical and important fact. It is unfair that
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    • sight and only visible to clairvoyant consciousness if none but these
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    • fairyland but meant to be the spiritual world, the Land of Shamballa.
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    • affair of men on earth, no matter how spiritualized it might become.
    • all this as the affair of the gods and of their adversaries, the
    • — of an affair of the gods.
    • affair of the gods. This is the essential thing, that a god once went
    • affair on earth and allowed men to look on. Therefore that which
    • otherwise men carry out their human affairs, the gods carried out
    • their own affairs.
    • world something takes place which is really an affair of the gods;
    • the physical world an event had taken place which was an affair of the
    • will govern more and more the threads of Karma in the affairs of the
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha, an affair of the gods which man may watch
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    • as little interfered with as whether he has light or dark hair.
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    • times man possessed a kind of instinctive clairvoyance, but how the
    • clairvoyance, and that in its place has appeared the contemporary
    • the ancient instinctive clairvoyance by human beings. And if, from
    • surroundings just as air does during our existence between birth and
    • clairvoyance as the human soul possessed in ancient times, that you
    • been destroyed and the ancient clairvoyance had been blotted out. Thus
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    • health-giving air of the woods, and you will say: “In those
    • secret. (From the Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful
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    • he pays some homage to Voltaire but which also contain a certain view
    • omega of what we need today, and when your Chairman said yesterday
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    • grey hair! This is a figurative way of speaking, but Spenglerism
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    • which finds no air to breathe. Certainly a lung which finds no air to
    • experience the greatest thirst for air. But the lung cannot out of
    • itself quench this thirst for air; it has to allow for the air to
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    • what I should like to call modern clairvoyance ceases to be anything
    • miraculous. That this clairvoyance should still appear as something
    • despair. One often feels when demanding active thinking of anyone
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    • thin air, with the first dawn of intellectualism. Of everything
    • Liberal Arts.” But you know the real state of affairs where the
    • affairs if consciousness soul is to meet consciousness soul? As soon
    • soul encounters consciousness soul in human affairs, this question
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    • consciousness. You do not need to be a clairvoyant for this. All you
    • young person said to himself: The old man with his snow-white hair
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    • Later this is forgotten by man; and this tasting is impaired by the
    • into the hair where it cannot be retained because at thirty they no
    • longer have any hair!
    • Science is not an individual affair. Hence during the primary school
    • He need not suddenly become clairvoyant; that will
    • I was still fairly young, at Baden near Vienna I got to know the
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    • presented in a picture derived from ancient clairvoyant vision: if
    • growth of the hair. People today are prone to believe that the hair
    • form of light because atavistic clairvoyance was still present.
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    • ideas and intellectualism, he succeeds by so rarefying the air
    • dragon so as not to be injured, and who came into such rarefied air
    • of the past because the air had become unwholesome where it was
    • nightmare of the air corrupted by the dragon — air that could
    • dear friends, in olden times when an atavistic clairvoyance was still
    • to regions poor in air. A true youth movement will only reach its
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture II: The Michael revelation.
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    • processes in the head to be enjoyed by the clairvoyant when he thinks,
    • at first come to man only in a kind of unconscious clairvoyance or,
    • unconscious clairvoyance. If you consider the Old Testament you will
    • find that it is the result of unconscious clairvoyance (we know this
    • God spoke to them in moments of clairvoyance, as when he spoke to
    • even behind the experiences of the clairvoyant; but when the
    • clairvoyant, through the inner strength of his soul, raised himself to
    • transport themselves into the state of a certain clairvoyance in which
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    • belongs to us. For, is it not true that the air which is now within us
    • men of earlier periods spoke about subjects like the air in the way
    • find it queer if we say that just as we walk in the air so we walk in
    • personal affair. You cannot suddenly resolve to decide in a personal
    • from one another, make the Christ impulse their personal affair: the
    • something which every one of them makes his own affair, not coercively
    • Intelligence is not a personal affair.
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    • move my arm, it is the God inside; if I inhale the air, work it over
    • third post-Atlantean cultural epoch the human being breathed soul; today he breathes air. Not only our thoughts have
    • which mankind lives, has been transformed so that the air we breathe
    • in the atmosphere of the earth. The air was the soul. This is it no
    • What I am stating here describes a reality. The ensouling of the air
    • anti-Michaelic beings — are able to penetrate into the air and,
    • through the air, into the human being, and in this way they enter into
    • in and out with the air. And we must learn to realize the sense
    • that the air of the earth has become soul-void, making it impossible
    • for man to breathe the originally ensouled air, had a significant
    • consciousness of pre-existence as a force, the air having become
    • in the air the presence of carbonic acid which you exhale signifies an
    • pre-Christian millennium to think of the air as ensouled —
    • that former period through the air. You see here an objective
    • concept, we may say, Air-soul-process,
    • element. The same soul element that was previously in the air has now
    • the earth. Thus, also from the soul-spiritual aspect, air and light
    • My dear friends, it is a childish presentation that describes air and
    • in which Earth evolution unfolded. Air and light have changed
    • air and light from the soul aspect, we shall gradually advance to the
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  • Title: Lecture: Signs of the Times: Michaels Battle and Its Reflection On Earth -- I
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    • Clairvoyant consciousness confirms, step by step, that which has been
    • which clairvoyant consciousness offers concrete enlightenment
    • which may take place with developed clairvoyant consciousness, and you
    • genius. We only learn to recognize through clairvoyant consciousness
    • moment of waking up. Clairvoyant consciousness shows that at the
    • individual cases. If clairvoyant consciousness observes what happens
    • have to be carried out with clairvoyant consciousness. If clairvoyant
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    • spiritual background, clairvoyant vision shows that it was the spirit
    • must think of the course of events as of a pair of scales in full
    • is always around us like the air, and in which the so-called dead
    • inhale too great an amount of air. Only spiritual thoughts among those
    • it without any special clairvoyance. We may, simply through a
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    • the sickbed, her right arm across the back of the chair. She
    • paralyzed; the right arm hanging over the back of the chair had
    • whole affair as a soul illness, as a matter of the inner
    • the husband of her best friend. The love affair had already
    • expect any reader of Jung's book to fall off his chair under
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    • by effective mental activity as we are surrounded by air,
    • anything that interested her less than her love affair.
    • impaired by the fact that he has two hands.
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    • sphere of our personality. Therefore when the clairvoyant
    • called imaginative cognition), when the clairvoyant
    • he gives no heed to these facts; if when he gains clairvoyant
    • soul-depths (and every clairvoyant must do this,) we first come
    • also through clairvoyance when we have recognized that which
    • belongs to the self alone. In clairvoyance it is reached
    • speak of Devachan only because in clairvoyance, when the self
    • clairvoyant who really penetrates to the super-sensible
    • simply impossible for the clairvoyant to differentiate in the
    • clairvoyant cannot cross a scorched meadow, for example, or a
    • clairvoyance. And only those who cannot wait for this, or who
  • Title: Psychoanalysis: Lecture IV: Hidden Soul Powers
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    • clairvoyance which is, so to speak, a kind of obscure
    • correct training or appearing as a natural clairvoyance.
    • constitution of the breath. It is impaired by evil feelings.
    • atavistic clairvoyance. When the human being has passed through
    • extend in flattening circles, or a current of air passes
    • in the elemental world. One need not wonder at the clairvoyant
    • certain conditions. When the clairvoyant has gone through all
    • us suppose that a clairvoyant looks at a rose with his
    • clairvoyance is directed at an outside object, the sight
    • Then, if he is not clairvoyant, what he felt would have sunk
    • if he is clairvoyant, he would perceive just how the
    • the clairvoyant goes still further, has emerged from
    • point, something special happens. The clairvoyant can now
    • it! Then, strangely, the clairvoyant sees something which,
    • the clairvoyant in observing his own physical organization.
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    • belongs to the element of air. One thinks naturally that this
    • an organ - — belongs to the element of air, and the heart
    • make daily in your in and out breathing of air. These rhythms
  • Title: The Ego: Lecture 1
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    • a high degree with clairvoyant consciousness. And we have shown that
    • clairvoyance ever more and more, and having to limit his power of
    • ancient clairvoyance, at the same time, the more we have united with
    • clairvoyance, their word then meant something which existed in the
    • air,” then he means something external, physical. The word
    • told by materialistic science that he simply inhales material air; in
    • ancient times, one did not believe one inhaled material air, but then
    • Do not think that through mere visionary clairvoyance one acquires the
    • clairvoyant. If mere clairvoyance sufficed, then all would remember,
    • for all were clairvoyant. It is not merely a matter of being
    • clairvoyant — humanity will already be clairvoyant in the future
    • which as a spiritual problem — as a specially individual affair
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    • a body which sprang from the parental pair called Joseph and Mary,
    • dim clairvoyance compared with those of today. They could not look out
    • This old clairvoyance had to become weaker and weaker, so that man
    • of the old clairvoyance. But one definite law prevails in spiritual
    • from clairvoyance, to the judging of the world according to measure,
    • dreamy clairvoyance was extinguished, and whose brain was so prepared
    • made less use of the physical brain, while they saw clairvoyantly in
    • was a higher clairvoyant vision than other people had. That was not
    • clairvoyant perception, but of something bound to the instrument of
    • clairvoyance, then we must say: How did they receive that which was
    • were built on the old clairvoyance, looked up to the highest, then he
    • into the world around. I will observe what reveals itself in the air,
    • clairvoyants gave themselves to the revelations from within? Then they
    • clairvoyance, which the other civilisations comprised within
    • themselves. This old clairvoyance was bound to faculties which came
    • out of the spiritual world. One designated these clairvoyant
    • the last clairvoyant power so that the old Hebrew people could be
    • directed externally that which still remained of the old clairvoyance.
    • knowledge; the old clairvoyant powers were once with them in the soul.
    • the really clairvoyant people were more bound up with the entire
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    • affair. It entered far more into the secrets of existence than our
    • had a kind of clairvoyance; he had the possibility of growing with his
    • clairvoyantly into the divine spiritual world? Formerly, when the
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    • perceived by humanity in atavistic clairvoyance, and perceived
    • clairvoyance. History to-day unfortunately notices those things
    • then replaced by an atavistic clairvoyant life, which still
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    • affairs at the present cycle of time is, that our physical and
    • beings who had atavistic clairvoyance, could not see things in
    • study Egyptian history, even without clairvoyance to see how
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    • convert into power to drive those air-ships which are described in
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    • intervened in the affairs of the human race. It was a fresh setback
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    • fight in the air. To anyone who knows these things it is quite clear
    • (fairy tale). “Viele Wunderdinge melden die Mahren alter
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    • not to be seen with physical eyes. To perceive it, clairvoyant
    • actually go through the air. This pentagram is as mobile as a man's
    • clairvoyance. No one who ponders the pentagram deeply will be
    • was in the surroundings of Saturn as the air is in the surrounds of
    • was luminous. There was, as it were, an airy sheath surrounding the
    • Sun, but an airy sheath that was at the same time astral and
    • would develop his capacity for higher seeing, for clairvoyance, it is
    • spiritual essence; they do not live in the air, but in a far higher,
    • clairvoyance in devachan hear the movements of the heavenly bodies.
    • In certain respects they were clairvoyant, an echo of higher stages
    • of clairvoyance. The Atlantean man would not have been able to see an
    • kind of clairvoyance; the air was saturated with water vapour. In
    • this dense watery air, sun and stars could not be perceived; a
    • mist-home. Then the waters that were so much spread out in the air,
    • itself from the air, our present kind of perception came about. Man
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    • Atlantean epoch. Air did not exist as it does today; the distribution
    • of air and water was quite different from what it is today. Masses of
    • people living in it who had a kind of clairvoyance. Gradually the
    • an old Atlantean. He still had clairvoyant consciousness and was thus
    • take on their present contours, the air became free of water. This
    • Atlantean watery landscape into the new airy landscape? For the
    • air, but a large part of Atlantis was covered by the sea. This is the
    • matter, called Air in occultism. There is one still finer condition,
    • occultist knows that Fire can be compared with Earth, Water and Air,
    • that Fire is the first etheric condition, that it is finer than Air.
    • finer than Air. Were we to picture a substance finer than Warmth, we
    • and Air was not yet in existence on Saturn. These bodily states arose
    • the Sun. Air was added to Fire and was the densest condition on the
    • Sun. When the physical body had reached the airy stage, it was
    • impregnated with the etheric body. There were no other beings but Air
    • beings. As man, one would have been able to penetrate these Air
    • beings because they were just as penetrable as air is today. They
    • they. To be sure, the air on the Sun was somewhat denser than our
    • present air. The watery condition first arose on the Moon, and all
    • Saturn a Warmth being, an Air being on the Sun, a Water being on the
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    • you hear my words. Through the fact that this sound fills the air and
    • “world,” the air vibrates in an embodiment of that word.
    • mineral kingdom.” The movements of the air are mineral
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    • clairvoyant imagination, inspiration, and intuition, — all has
    • world again; when he rises to clairvoyant vision, he finds the
    • when the masses of humanity were still clairvoyant with the thin
    • ancient clairvoyance, they beheld something quite different when they
    • of humanity had lost its clairvoyance and so could gaze only with its
    • space as they are to-day. The clairvoyant human eye gazed into
    • of the sky. This did not exist for the ancient clairvoyant humanity
    • Atlantis when he lifted his clairvoyant gaze to that same point which
    • legend and fairy tale.’ Yes, that future age will come,
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    • elements are called Earth, Water, Air, Fire. But where spiritual
    • that has the character of air for us to day, no matter whether it was
    • was called air. Fire was considered the fourth element. Those of you
    • water or air: the physical science of to day sees in it only a
    • fire something which has in it a still finer substance than air. Just
    • as earth or solidity changes into liquid, So does all air-substance
    • interpenetrates all other elements. Fire interpenetrates the air and
    • what we call Earth, Water, Air, and what we call Fire or Warmth. How
    • offers resistance. And it is the same with the element of air. We
    • air, can be realised only in the outer world, but warmth is the first
    • the air, water, or earth — which are in him. He begins to
    • water, from air to fire, and then to light, we pass thus from the
    • gaseous and belonging to air is a lower element than warmth, that
    • still more simply. Let us imagine that we reduce air to a watery
    • condition. Air itself is nothing but solidified warmth, densified
    • all air, and will even be bewitched, banished, so to speak, to a
    • lower existence, when air is changed into water. Hence spiritual
    • which has turned into air, smoke, or gas, when the warmth began to
    • the air, we see all the solid, liquid, gaseous things and we see
    • liquids, and air substances? They send down their elemental spirits,
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    • earth, as earth, water, air, fire. The three first elements did not
    • have drawn a breath of air, you could not have swum, for there was
    • neither air nor water, you could not have stood, for there was no
    • of fire. Air as yet did not exist.
    • (the Sun) the eggs of warmth reappeared as gas air, or smoke, as we
    • Inwardly in the transformed Saturn there was smoke, gas, air, and on
    • felt not only warmth but wind, air, gas, streaming from all sides.
    • clairvoyant man, you would not only have perceived light streaming
    • and air. As the man of to-day has a body consisting of earth, water,
    • air and fire, so did those Archangels consist of air, and inwardly
    • fire and smoke or air. By means of the light they let their shining
    • They inhabited the Sun in bodies of gas, smoke, and air. Thus they
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    • had they? This can naturally only be stated by clairvoyant
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    • condition of gas or air, so that the ancient Sun consists of what is
    • such a sluggish land where the air is of the consistency of honey,
    • but I would not wish him to have to move in an air that is a thick as
    • or fire-air. You find this expression used in Faust, for
    • earth as yet, but was composed of fire, air and water. It had so
    • co-ordinated the watery element. Gas or air was condensed in it to
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    • clairvoyance can look at their past incarnations.
    • did is not that he, so to speak, took a chair and gazed into space to
    • Neptune, very much impair the truth of the calculation. If one
    • Saturn. Then one could observe clairvoyantly with particular
    • a race with different qualities, for instance in hair and in skin,
    • traverse the surrounding air and that which lies beyond it up to the
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    • also in the winds and the lightning flashing through the air, in all
    • short, all that surrounds us as the water, fire, and air of the
    • which stands next above man. One has to look clairvoyantly into the
    • water or that wind clairvoyantly, we find within it an etheric or
    • varied way in water, air, and fire. But if you want to look for the
    • astral realm, you must seek it clairvoyantly.
    • etheric body can only unite when the physical consists of air or
    • only in air and in fire, and you would have to find clairvoyantly,
    • clairvoyant can accomplish this with comparative ease.
    • Personality. When he directs his clairvoyant vision to Venus so as
    • Mercury who have it in air. Translate this so that you say: the
    • with what the clairvoyant is able to observe.
    • had been seen by someone endowed with clairvoyance, the latter would
    • spoke through them. The affairs of the world have to be described
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    • theories, but about the facts of clairvoyant consciousness, and
    • When it is said, for instance, in a popular work, that the air and
    • certainly answer: do you not know that modern physics can produce air
    • which science calls air can certainly be thickened to that extent;
    • cannot inhale air which is as thick as honey. This is what we have to
    • warmth-substance, gaseous-air substance. Now, from the surrounding
    • air, and water. According to the densest substance in him, you might
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    • less imperfectly, according to the degrees of the clairvoyant power
    • clairvoyance in the Astral. The whole astral body has then been
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    • however, which comes to us when clairvoyant investigation speaks,
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    • related of the result of clairvoyant investigation. It is true that
    • investigated by so-called clairvoyant research, through the ascent
    • the clairvoyant or the initiate with spirits or gods. Consequently a
    • clairvoyant can only investigate the higher worlds by ascending the
    • requisite for a person who wants to become clairvoyant in order to
    • our time and a clairvoyant investigator consists in the fact that the
    • and ego of the clairvoyant investigator organs have been similarly
    • who wants to become a clairvoyant investigator has to undertake is
    • man really wishes to ascend to conscious clairvoyance, it is not only
    • on sealing-wax. Real, conscious clairvoyance begins when the organs,
    • clairvoyance is to be brought about; or in other words, all the
    • preparatory exercises taken up by the clairvoyant investigator
    • of special preparation for clairvoyant research.
    • body. The method for the attainment of clairvoyant powers employed by
    • have now placed before our minds what the preparation for clairvoyant
    • of death true clairvoyance sets in with regard to the previous life,
    • the etheric body during life if complete clairvoyance is to be
    • together, free from the physical body. So if clairvoyance is to be
    • must, if he wishes to become consciously clairvoyant, reach a stage
    • the next stage of clairvoyant research. The first stage, by which our
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    • stage of evolution, the external phenomena of warmth, air, water, etc.,
    • expression of some being is found, as for example, fire or air, the
    • good not only for external phenomena such as fire, air, water or
    • scent, or as we say in Spiritual Science, behind fire, air, water and
    • dim, primitive clairvoyance. The farther we go back in evolution, the
    • more traces do we find of this primitive clairvoyance.
    • modern man, being endowed with clairvoyance, must have been able to
    • of these two poets, conscience arose. Clairvoyance was so vivid and
    • from what it became later. Man's clairvoyant vision was still open;
    • clairvoyant perception of the spirits of conscience, the Erinyes, has
    • spiritual element exists as it does behind fire, air, water or earth.
    • earth. That was the clairvoyant vision which the sages of ancient
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    • condensed to air; on Old Moon the air condensed to water, and on
    • the world, behind fire, air, water and earth, which are their
    • the element of air, for instance, a host of spiritual beings appear,
    • themselves — therein through the air. In the soul-world we meet
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    • impressions etc., or in the phenomena of the elements of fire, air,
    • through his own power he cannot impair it. At initiation he is able
    • ancient clairvoyance, and men possessed a natural and instinctive
    • healthy air develops his organs correspondingly, and the same thing
    • hair, and the eyes are narrow and unlike the eyes of the northern
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    • relationship to the surrounding spiritual world (to this clairvoyant
    • decreased; he gradually lost his original dim clairvoyance. But let
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    • of the human Organisation would clairvoyant consciousness have
    • This had not been the case with the old Indians. Their clairvoyant
    • spiritual there must be ascent to a certain grade of clairvoyant
    • his physical senses and of his physical reason. Clairvoyant power was
    • order again to become clairvoyant and possess the life-forces which
    • experienced by means of that kind of clairvoyant research which is
    • suitable for the present age. And clairvoyance is a power which today
    • movement, air in regular motion. If our instrument of hearing is
    • brought into contact with this air which is in motion we experience
    • air in motion without, are two very different things. Now sight is
    • moves just as does the air outside. But the realistic thinker sees a
    • air as it was breathed in and breathed out in different light and
    • dark shades of colour. They saw the air pouring in and out again like
    • flames of fire. We may therefore say that even the air itself has
    • Air
    • of the soul of the light which permeates the air. Man has parted even
    • air’; he would have called it ‘fire air,’
    • fire, air, and ether. Only in Greek times do we find a different
    • our understanding, viz. earth, water, air, fire and the other ethers.
    • sense. But what we today call air, to the old Indians was fire, for
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    • in, even as the air is sent out to us in the breath that we draw in.
    • Guardian of the Threshold, with Michael) and Ishtar were the pair who
    • imparted clairvoyance to the soul and led men by both paths into the
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    • clairvoyance in consequence of the relation of the etheric body to
    • clairvoyant; they could see into spiritual realms. This clairvoyance
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    • clairvoyant consciousness, and it is natural that a desire should
    • air-castle, lacking foundation. They are not able to understand how
    • degree. It was based on a clairvoyant twilight condition in man.
    • sense perceives, cannot impair anything connected with it. We
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    • there where this sense comes to fullest expression. An unimpaired
    • air, so the outer pressure is canceled. But if the boy is bright
    • If the state of affairs were as represented by the
    • counter-pressure, by our being filled with air. This is one of the
    • latter, from within, overcomes the whole pressure of the outer air.
    • to their activity through the medium of the air. They work with the
    • air in the ears, and this results in external activity of the air.
    • air, sound force only in the watery element.
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    • senses are active only in more highly developed, clairvoyant people,
    • there is a difference. In clairvoyants these senses operate by
    • Suppose you are walking with a clairvoyant and encounter
    • cardboard dummy, but the clairvoyant would know. He would see the
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    • of clairvoyance, though not a conscious one irradiated by the ego.
    • dim clairvoyance, and again it is the human physical organization
    • these stream inward, but in clairvoyants, outward. All these currents
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    • the purely psychic state of affairs, we must concede that man lives
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    • means of more clairvoyant observation has gradually been forgotten
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    • doubt, even despair, and you have points of contact between these
    • the inevitable consequence is an impairment of the soul life's
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    • images. We perceive how this soul force can be impaired in another
    • observes the facts clairvoyantly. Thus, we will designate the current
    • from the research of clairvoyant consciousness about the etheric and
    • Many of the results of clairvoyant research will at
    • results of clairvoyant research can invariably be verified. The
    • state of affairs graphically by drawing the ego current at right
    • can impair his health. That means that in the etheric body there live
    • reaches us through clairvoyant research, but the latter does not seek
    • physical plane. On the contrary, the clairvoyant seeker is often
    • clairvoyant research.
    • clairvoyant sources, I am at pains to draw your attention from time
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    • clairvoyance? It would almost seem as though only those people were
    • as clairvoyants or believe what clairvoyants have to tell. It would
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    • Thus a man can be fairly sure that in any case he is
    • surprising when clairvoyant consciousness tells us that a thorough
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    • In air and water and the silent wood.
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    • Now lost in air, now limned with clearest power,
    • lives. For Atlantis was not surrounded by pure air. Vast cloud-masses
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • ancient clairvoyance still surviving during the age when the Mystery
    • through inherited clairvoyant faculties, can feel himself penetrating
    • inherited powers of clairvoyance — makes it evident to us that at the
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    • of the old clairvoyant wisdom, to form certain conceptions of the
    • revealed to men in atavistic clairvoyance. Every trace of the Gnosis,
    • intervenes in human affairs, makes journeys to the peoples." (Germania 40).
    • days of the old, atavistic clairvoyance, although it was still to some
    • atavistic clairvoyance, the arrival of human beings on the earth.
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    • from an instinctive clairvoyance in ancient times, through the phase
    • form of clairvoyant vision of the world pervaded by full, clear
    • old instinctive clairvoyance had already become dim. Although men's
    • possessed the powers of that ancient clairvoyance; neither were they
    • well as the faculties of instinctive clairvoyance, had lost their
    • heart possessed a certain power of clairvoyance which came over them
    • pupils, even in the times of instinctive clairvoyance, to unfold a
    • masses of the people possessed faculties of instinctive clairvoyance
    • soul in the age of instinctive clairvoyance and dreamlike
    • that Varuna is revealed in the air and in the winds blowing through
    • clairvoyance, and in their last echoes they were still working in the
    • old, instinctive clairvoyance, and they were working in the simple
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    • been at work in all human life and human affairs. After a long pause
    • is woven by the affairs of the several peoples, for it is concerned
    • with human affairs in general, within the orbit of general human
    • clairvoyance was bound to recede, how it was received in the earliest
    • that in the old, clairvoyant form of knowledge the consciousness was
    • Being. This loss was inevitable, for the old clairvoyance had to
    • come, in order that eventually a new form of clairvoyant vision may
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    • impulses. When he lost the last remains of his astral clairvoyance,
    • beyond that again could indeed be seen by the old clairvoyant vision,
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    • ourselves may be very far from having as yet developed any clairvoyant
    • investigator through clairvoyant observation, it can always be
    • bodies must now call forth greater activity in order to repair the
    • this in all fairness. The one, perhaps, may not be able to free
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    • before us in the last lecture: that the old dim clairvoyance of man
    • by normal means or not, — the gift of clairvoyance. But this
    • We can see that this had to take place, for the old clairvoyant
    • there was a dream-like clairvoyance. In this man was, in ecstasy,
    • ecstatic dreamy clairvoyant conditions, but who are obliged to seek
    • perceive the Spiritual in clairvoyant dreamy conditions, but the
    • Just as it is true that the old dreamy clairvoyant forces had been
    • clairvoyant powers.
    • methods of clairvoyant vision into the Spiritual world will find what,
    • of clairvoyance. They must ascend to Christ by means of the capacities
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    • during the first half of the 20th century an etheric clairvoyance will
    • Kali-Yuga, will lead to etheric clairvoyance. The cry of John the
    • etheric clairvoyance may be acquired. For the spiritual ascent there
    • primeval clairvoyance, man, though then without the strong
    • recollections of the old clairvoyance, tell us of an unknown
    • Fairy-Land which has now disappeared from sight. There are wonderful
    • why Eastern literature speaks with such tragic despair of the vanished
    • back the Fairy-Land of Shamballa, which through the whole of Kali-Yuga
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    • olden times the soul possessed a certain clairvoyance as a normal
    • For instance, it became clairvoyant when it was to see what it had
    • Orestes became clairvoyant after the murder of his mother. He then saw
    • conscience in his soul; but a clairvoyant consciousness set in,
    • soul was in a clairvoyant condition and could see what came about in
    • a certain clairvoyant consciousness which was formerly the common
    • to-day is the following. If spiritually one breathes the air of Sicily
    • that which has permeated the air of Sicily ever since the death of
    • Christ by means of a certain etheric clairvoyance, and of
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    • document, but first of all to enquire: What is revealed to clairvoyant
    • affairs, especially at the present time. We know the significance of
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    • in earthly affairs. He now appears as the being who illumines what we
    • on earth what the mineral, the plant, the animal, air and water,
    • clairvoyance, as is continually stressed in our occultism. We find
    • former conditions of clairvoyant knowledge, and by means of
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    • it. Man has the power to repair the harm done to the ego, to adjust a
    • bodies. These three bodies are being impaired all the time, and as we
    • for what was previously destroyed to be repaired. This can only
    • we have caused in our astral body repaired?” We need a proper
    • the forces that repair the astral body to be found in the universe?
    • clairvoyance, yet we would never find them there. If it depended
    • repaired. The materialistic belief that all the conditions needed for
    • in order to repair the astral body lie in Mercury, Venus, Mars,
    • at the repair of our astral body, and if we do not get the forces
    • we actually receive the forces which repair our astral body.
    • clairvoyant, he knows everything! It is by no means so. In the
    • his existence on earth began. As long as the ancient clairvoyance
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    • know, clairvoyant vision brings one into the same realm in which a
    • clairvoyant perception that also will help in our understanding of
    • one with clairvoyant consciousness. None of the forces that we are
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    • earlier epochs men were clairvoyant and the soul was highly
    • the skies will be filled with airplanes. Life on earth will wither,
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    • were seen clairvoyantly by the souls of primeval times — by all
    • We cannot regard the earth as a mere vale of despair into which our
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    • The Buddha wandered away from earthly affairs to the realm of Mars.
    • This need not plunge us into despair about the many people who are
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    • wanders in even greater darkness. One might well despair and think
    • air, or healing forces in the water, or other therapeutic influences
    • blossoming manifestations, every breath of healthy air — this
    • cannot overcome the weight. We need not despair today in respect to
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    • the affairs of earthly life remain bound to the earth sphere by their
    • clairvoyant observation.
    • sphere. A fairly accurate characterization can be given of what is
    • reason for the statements, originating from the clairvoyance once
    • sphere. One example of tremendous interest for clairvoyant
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    • spiritual world and participate in the affairs of those who remained
    • clairvoyance. They not only saw the sense world by means of the eyes.
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    • strong bones or blond hair, and so forth. This is made possible by
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    • despair of one who lived in surroundings in which the spirit has not
    • vale of despair, but it exists so that on it a spiritual knowledge
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    • picture-experience is the last phase of the old clairvoyant
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    • is after that, and that many fairly clever people have drawn
    • external object, nor can they hang as it were in the air. In the
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    • picture-experience is the last phase of the old clairvoyant
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    • is after that, and that many fairly clever people have drawn
    • external object, nor can they hang as it were in the air. In the
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    • when life, air, warmth, cold encounter a living being then these
    • the world had ascended up to a height where outer light and outer air
    • lectures fairly often will remember the allusion to the existence of
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    • clairvoyance. Clairvoyance is the fruit of what the soul collects in
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    • sentence: “Life is a precarious affair and I have decided to
    • life, life for death; — that life is an unpleasant affair and
    • growth, however, being an affair of the etheric principle. The astral
    • weak. When we are able to investigate clairvoyantly how the ego
    • study the matter closely you will find, without being clairvoyant,
    • is here fairest invention, death but her artifice whereby to have
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    • misty outlines, in their clairvoyant condition during the day
    • clairvoyant awareness and already saw physical things in sharp
    • culture, but there is also something else. When a clairvoyant
    • spiritual world is revealed. Now shift the clairvoyant occupied
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    • remain; it is unable of itself to repair the injury. For this reason,
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    • proved by Spiritual Science, that can be seen by clairvoyant
    • excitability. Clairvoyant consciousness sees this agitation
    • impaired. I must beg of you to remember that in this case the astral
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma of the Higher Beings
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    • cases of clairvoyant delusions regarding the spiritual world,
    • clairvoyance in the invidious sense, and we have also seen that there
    • delusions of false clairvoyants than a sound power of judgement
    • fundamental importance if we are dealing with clairvoyant aberrations,
    • for in the case of clairvoyance not attained through regular training,
    • clairvoyance we shall always find that it diminishes, or even ceases
    • possess an opposing force against any aberration of clairvoyant
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • hair cut shorter, which will then slowly grow again. The group soul of
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    • This is intended to illustrate how in the world and in world affairs
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    • clairvoyance, who, since mankind has reached the epoch in which this
    • clairvoyance who have striven after knowledge and self-knowledge. But
    • regulate his affairs in the future, it will only be the love in us
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    • worlds to which a dawning clairvoyance can lead. The sense world
    • recedes, and also there recedes from clairvoyant vision in some of
    • physical gaze and also the dawning clairvoyant gaze, revealing itself
    • period scenes. One may therefore say that to such a clairvoyant gaze,
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    • existence the soul is striving towards clairvoyant consciousness,
    • whether already clairvoyant or wishing to become so, it should of
    • clairvoyant must be able to move in the spiritual world according to
    • wants to become clairvoyant. Then it can perceive and take in the
    • affairs, the simplest thing to do is to banish from the human soul
    • pair of scales, were to take off whatever was weighing down the lower
    • it, visible to elementary clairvoyance as floating, wafting shadows,
    • clairvoyant consciousness.
    • affairs. The ostrich strategy, as you know, consists in the bird
    • Clairvoyant consciousness should develop so that the clairvoyant soul
    • of the Threshold. But suppose a soul, having made itself clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant without rightfully meeting with the Guardian of the
    • clairvoyantly and have perceptions there, but it would return then to
    • experienced, but the experience shrinks and condenses. A clairvoyant
    • gets only airy shadows, but — to put it plainly — he gets
    • become clairvoyant. This happens in just the opposite situation. We
    • soul that is clairvoyant follows chiefly the special policy of the
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    • lectures, we should keep the following well in mind: the clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant cognition. It follows from this that the true, inmost
    • kind of knowledge based on clairvoyant consciousness. To the
    • of man, lies in hidden worlds. Clairvoyant consciousness provides the
    • clairvoyant and crossing the threshold. Only a person who wants to
    • the super-sensible world. We have already said that the clairvoyant
    • Let us suppose that a person's clairvoyant
    • what the clairvoyant consciousness recognizes in the human soul is,
    • Now let us suppose that a soul, becoming clairvoyant,
    • physical world. According to clairvoyant consciousness — and to
    • entering that world with his clairvoyant soul, it seems as though his
    • with clairvoyant soul and develops his faculty of metamorphosis, he
    • to the soul that has become clairvoyant. Quite definite kinds of
    • lies more or less in the shadow of thought beings. Here clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant consciousness can recognize what it is.
    • the clairvoyant consciousness. What we call the will in the physical
    • necessary it is, again and again, to take care that the clairvoyant
    • it on himself to say that clairvoyance should be acquired without
    • crystallize in the spirit body of a student-clairvoyant may indeed
    • expressed for the clairvoyant vision in the unfolding of the lotus
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    • soul, as it becomes clairvoyant, will progress further, beyond the
    • many happenings and phenomena surrounding the clairvoyant soul that
    • has become clairvoyant enters the spiritual world, it will really see
    • entirely different; the clairvoyant soul really is in such scenery and
    • these for granted as reality if it is healthy, the clairvoyant soul,
    • clairvoyant soul to enter into the right relationship to the genuine
    • spiritual world to the clairvoyant soul. One has only to take in with
    • clairvoyance — bear this well in mind. It is necessary only to
    • Steiner, you describe the clairvoyant consciousness and talk about
    • clairvoyant consciousness. To some extent it is composed of memory
    • If a man on earth, who has become clairvoyant, is to
    • spiritual world through clairvoyant consciousness, they will
    • In true clairvoyance, impressions of an earlier life on
    • healthy clairvoyant soul will recognize them quite definitely as what
    • earlier lives on earth that come through scrupulous clairvoyance, are
    • clairvoyance may show in one way or another our relationship to
    • incorrect clairvoyance many previous incarnations are described,
    • develop the frame of mind necessary for clairvoyant consciousness.
    • clairvoyant experiences in the spirit.
    • clairvoyance must be taken as reality. It is not a matter of
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    • Balde gave him in her wonderful fairy tales had refreshed him. And so
    • For a long time the people, of whom there was a fairly
    • remember that Felicia is telling a fairy tale — and these
    • does not have to be clairvoyant but need only look at the
    • clairvoyant aspects I have mentioned in various lectures; external
    • ahrimanic elements. Fairy tales flowing out of the spiritual world
    • Benedictus, who brought up other things, at first fairly simple ones,
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    • the threshold rightly and enter the spiritual world with clairvoyant
    • A clairvoyant soul entering this realm
    • yourself, when you rise into the spiritual world with clairvoyant
    • When the clairvoyant soul has penetrated so far and
    • Thus Lucifer stands before the clairvoyant vision,
    • “become” ourselves in clairvoyant consciousness.
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    • have talked during these lectures about the way the clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant consciousness come into far more intensive touch with
    • Now the clairvoyant has the following experience. All
    • not clairvoyant. The following can occur: Somebody or other may be an
    • clairvoyance to be detaching themselves. Such souls are born into
    • have. Even clairvoyants start out in life as ordinary children do, to
    • that a clairvoyant soul experiences the sight of its own youth as
    • if we had not found our way into a spiritual clairvoyance? A real
    • It is one of the most shattering experiences the clairvoyant can have
    • clairvoyant path to man's true being is complicated, for the soul
    • become clairvoyant, one comes to realize that a decision, a spiritual
    • that was also dimly apparent in earlier clairvoyant and cognitive
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    • clairvoyant capacities in order to discover something he cannot know
    • who has made his soul clairvoyant, he must go back and forth across
    • leaves the etheric body clairvoyantly, he lives in the astral body
    • In seeking the path to clairvoyance, the
    • Those who enter clairvoyantly into the
    • What the clairvoyant soul crossing the threshold experiences in the
    • love is most clearly evident in the experiences of clairvoyant
    • preparation for the soul that wants to find its way clairvoyantly
    • what from the standpoint of clairvoyant consciousness can be called
    • birth, when there takes place what the clairvoyant consciousness has
    • who is journeying on the path to a clairvoyant consciousness takes
    • discover, although it discloses itself to the clairvoyant soul. We
    • have described here, from the standpoint of the clairvoyant
    • can be brought about voluntarily for the clairvoyant consciousness;
    • rightly what Benedictus means when he describes his clairvoyance as
    • being impaired unless we can feel how the forces of Strader's
    • approaching death are influencing this clairvoyance. In Scene Eleven,
    • spirit vision being impaired, so that we have a premonition of what
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    • When one looks clairvoyantly down from the ego upon the astral, the
    • primeval man, once possessed ancient clairvoyance, so that he could
    • that man is continually influenced by air, the temperature, his
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    • person who has become clairvoyant has reached a point at which the
    • must not think of clairvoyance in such a way that you say: “Here
    • is a clairvoyant and here is another person; in the soul of that
    • clairvoyant lives the expression of the spiritual reality, but not in
    • men, the one is clairvoyant, the other not. That which the
    • clairvoyant sees lives in both. In the non-clairvoyant as well as in
    • the clairvoyant the same things, the same spiritual impulses live;
    • these things are also present in the soul of the non-clairvoyant.”
    • The clairvoyant only differs from the non-clairvoyant in the fact
    • not see them. Whoever believes that the clairvoyant has something
    • it or not, so it is with the clairvoyant. The reality lives in the
    • soul of the clairvoyant and in the soul of the non-clairvoyant. The
    • reality lives in the soul of the clairvoyant, although the latter
    • the souls of all men on earth all the things which the clairvoyant
    • can perceive by means of his clairvoyance. Let us impress this on our
    • But these ideas the occultist and the clairvoyant must form for
    • himself; he must rise to these ideas. When the clairvoyant has
    • clairvoyants.” But I have already pointed out that in this
    • connection the clairvoyant does not differ from other men. What is in
    • the visions of the clairvoyant arise, nor those visions either which
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    • gifted with a certain atavistic clairvoyance when they had been
    • through atavistic clairvoyance, in actual fact became man, so the
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    • affairs in hand. More than in any previous age he is given the task
    • world penetrates extensively or intensively into world affairs.
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    • came from atavistic clairvoyance. Men did not see the pure phenomenon,
    • clairvoyance. If people would observe a little more closely they would
    • by those who can perceive them through clairvoyance in such a way that
    • when the air is to be purified. There is little consciousness of these
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    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily
    • activity of man in the future. He has concealed in his fairy tale what
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily,
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily
    • A highly gifted personality, Philip the Fair, who was equipped with
    • When a passion is so strong as avarice was in Philip the Fair, it
    • relates but little. Philip the Fair, through his ahrimanic gold
    • the Fair, Philip IV of France was able to succeed in convincing his
    • working actively through the inspiration of Philip the Fair. We see
    • heretical. The methods of Philip the Fair are, however, no longer
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily,
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily
    • gold flow through the fairy tale, he is looking back into earlier
    • question of the gold in Goethe's fairy tale, the meaning of the story
    • Through the way in which Goethe lets gold flow through this fairy
    • within this fairy tale, just as truly as Goethe was able to conceal it
    • or the air one must breathe when one guesses how often the man who is
    • When sun-filled airs with song of lark resound.
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    • created in his book, from a certain atavistic clairvoyance, a picture
    • had an immense influence on Voltaire, who influenced European thinking
    • to pass under what we may call the Locke-Voltaire influence! How many
    • thoughts would not have spread over Europe if this Locke-Voltaire
    • revolutionized. Again we see, as through Locke and Voltaire, so also
    • deal with, the physical world. In Locke and Voltaire, in Montesquieu
    • not concern oneself with these affairs, but rather lets them stand for
    • avarice, of Philip the Fair. I have described this to you, as I said,
    • came to pass as Philip the Fair had foreseen; in his own way he had a
    • experienced what Philip the Fair had subjected them to before they
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • atavistic clairvoyance, they worked down to the political life, to the
    • humanity people with a primeval atavistic clairvoyance, human beings
    • possess. The original inhabitants had atavistic clairvoyance without
    • had something of the clairvoyant power, but at the same time in their
    • clairvoyance impregnated with reason. These were the first Aryans, of
    • old clairvoyance. Thereby the leadership of this civilization lost its
    • economic affairs. The wisdom has become watered thin, the divisions
    • myself. At a meeting where a Protestant clergyman was in the chair,
    • these did not please the chairman, who then used the expression,
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    • dialectic, out of the ancient clairvoyant Wisdom is the chief
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    • out of his nightly experiences, so the clairvoyant-atavistic
    • Ego. These clairvoyant-atavistic perceptions were dreams only in their
    • present-day man has been emptied of the clairvoyant-atavistic content
    • atavistic-clairvoyant visions, there arose in man's sentient life that
    • of these atavistic-clairvoyant visions, and when we look back on the
    • clairvoyant content, which guaranteed his connection with the divine,
    • atavistic clairvoyance. The last inheritance of this atavistic
    • clairvoyance is abstract reflection, the abstract power of cognition
    • clairvoyance. The man of today can feel that this dilution, this
    • logical dialectic dilution of a former atavistic clairvoyance, is no
    • clairvoyant revelations and did not understand them. Today man must
    • again develop the power of receiving the Spiritual clairvoyantly. This
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    • clairvoyance, again to borrow a term from scientific usage; that is to
    • is thus that we can trace what has been called an exact clairvoyance,
    • Just as the outer air enters our lungs through inhalation so does the
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    • Clairvoyance, which is the basis of the modern science of initiation,
    • speaking of exact clairvoyance in connection with the modern science
    • becomes clairvoyant, man has to say to himself: I have become too
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    • easily imagine them as having stationed some clairvoyant being on
    • dependent upon the head but upon the rhythmic organism of man. The air
    • moment ago: it was the general air, and in another moment it will
    • again be the general air when I exhale it. It is only the head that
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    • — and one of them is this: a man sits down in a chair, takes a
    • his chair really no different from what he was when he sat down,
    • it as an important, incisive experience, and to rise from your chair
    • clairvoyance. We would be in a bad way if everybody had to become
    • clairvoyant in order to have this confidence in spirit. Everyone who
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    • clairvoyant way of looking at things takes on greater value than it
    • dreamlike clairvoyance — but clairvoyance, nevertheless —
    • and employed the resulting impulses in the ordinary affairs of daily
    • prophetic nature, was inherent in men's instinctive clairvoyance.
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    • spring they need to stream up through the air, through the atmosphere
    • outer air, hold it in our own body, then exhale it again.
    • existed a sort of instinctive clairvoyance, men felt this; and
    • clairvoyance the picture of Michael's combat with the Dragon arose
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • enter in the same way as a chair or a table which is outside of us,
    • same way as the table or chair is outside of us and is experienced.
    • in ordinary consciousness, we think: in this room are tables, chairs,
    • fairly easy to bring before our soul-vision things which we
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    • observed from outside can be seen by Imaginative clairvoyance.
    • looks at a man with imaginative clairvoyance and observes the ego
    • beautiful fairy-tales arise. When, in ancient times fairy-tales were
    • which can then be woven into the form of fairy-tales.
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    • bears upon it in the way of plants, animals, birds of the air, and so
    • air-ocean, the atmosphere which surrounds the earth, that out of this
    • anything like the air we now breathe. In the air we breathe today
    • halfway between our present air and water. It was of a fluid nature,
    • the earth but of plants which like air-clouds appear from out of the
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    • Ephesus that man makes use of the air in order to let the word sound
    • forth. But in speaking, the air transforms itself into the next
    • embodied in the word — the air, like a glandular secretion,
    • continually transformed. It does not remain. The air which is driven
    • air is rarefied into fire on the one hand, and again it is condensed
    • it transformed itself into air; when it descended it changed into
    • where we have air transforming to heat and water. In that primeval
    • fluid was rarefied to air and condensed to solid substance; as in our
    • throats today the air rarefies to heat and condenses to water. That
    • which lived in the world rose from water to air. In primeval times it
    • lived in water, rarefied itself to air and condensed to solid
    • when it had risen a stage higher, from water to air, and therewith in
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    • which filled the air — all, as has been said, seen in the
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    • mistake, for as soon as we consider that which is in the form of air
    • the skin. I have often said: the volume of air which is within me was
    • a little while ago not within me, and the volume of air which will
    • today as men when we do not think ourselves, as regards the air, cut
    • off from the outer world. We are everywhere where the outer air is;
    • a certain way, or whether a volume of air is out there this moment
    • through the mouth, the air also goes its way through the organs of
    • air and breathing, and he who thinks this does not belong to him,
    • belonged to him, as the air-volume now belongs to him. So actually
    • centre, as if the air in him became condensed, so that, if we would
    • into the hot sultry air: now the gods love me. Nor how little the man
    • now only those sylphs fly through the air who are frosty and
    • a historical nor even through a clairvoyant historical vision of
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • fairly numerous personalities. In the later centuries, from the 8th
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • around him. The pupil was told: “See how thou breathest the air
    • which in summer is warm and in winter is cold. Thou breathest the air
    • warm air, it is invisible.”
    • realize and feel the warm air. He was told: “Picture to thyself
    • what warm air is. Warm air seeks to rise, to ascend, and thou must
    • feel, when this warm air approaches thee, that something really wants
    • thou dost not feel at home in this. In the warm air thou canst feel
    • at home in such a way, that this warm air seeks to bear thee up into
    • them from without. Thou canst really only feel the warm air within
    • thee and wouldst like to be carried upwards by this warm air into the
    • have no meaning; but such phrases as “warm airiness,”
    • which is of the nature of warm air. Man felt this contrast
    • the warm air leads one to the Gods, to the Divine Beings in the
    • discovered and experienced through the warm air in the heights, so
    • the warm air and the damp cold, when, armed with this feeling he
    • air.
    • out of the cosmos in an airy form, and only gradually became fluidic
    • during the ancient Moon-period. They came over in airy form when the
    • man; how he has either curly or smooth hair, according to the
    • appropriate season in one direction or another, brings also warm air
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    • with truth, what a quartz crystal feels like, what a hair feels like,
    • the Samothracian priestly magician felt with the air he breathed out,
    • that which seeks to expand itself on all sides, that which is airy,
    • below first the earth itself, then the watery element, then the airy
    • percept ions wholly on to the earth. The elements of water, air,
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
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    • glycerin working there passes into the lungs, and into the air that
    • water, of fire, the spirits of the air. We can hear them in their
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    • could come to the Spirits of Nature, to the spirits of the air, water
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    • “clairvoyance,” as it is called. We must be quite
    • empirical state of affairs is exactly the same in both cases,
    • are concerned, the same state of affairs presents itself at
    • but the state of affairs determined by sense observation must
    • persistence that was enough to drive one to despair, it was
    • in philosophy have been given Chairs of Philosophy. Current
    • natural science to spout hot air about something that has been
    • the brain and its structure. The chairman of the meeting was a
    • as Herbart, the philosopher, had once done. The chairman then
    • airy, gaseous being, and a being of warmth as well.
    • Inspiration. Only through Inspiration can the airy part of the
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    • when we come to the airy nature of the human being, it appears
    • within the airy or gaseous organism — if I may use this
    • lawfulness that directly underlies the airy or gaseous organism
    • lawfulness would not be there in the human being if his airy
    • directly lay hold of the airy organization. This airy
    • that in the airy human being there is now an organized astral
    • organization by which this airy organization has a definite
    • organism through the warmth working upon the airy, fluid, and
    • point of attack, as it were, for the airy man, with a further
    • start from the physical organs but from the airy nature (not
    • organs — that is to say, from the airy organization that
    • in addition to this, in their underlying airy nature, they are
    • permeates the airy nature and from there works directly into
    • not think of the physical organization but of the airy
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    • environment in his breathing, by inhaling the air and by means
    • this warmth-man then permeates the airy, the gaseous man. In
    • from the warmth organization and the airy, gaseous
    • diseases by studying the warmth and airy organizations in the
    • and airy organizations with preparations derived from roots and
    • from the warmth organization and the airy organization of the
    • being, from the very outset, a warmth-air vibration that is
    • organization — by the organisms of warmth and air in
    • organisms of warmth and air encountering the solid and fluid
    • themselves in the warmth and airy organisms respectively.
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    • activity, which expresses itself physically in the airy aspect
    • regard such a state of affairs as a complex of symptoms. How
    • form-building and this state of affairs becomes organic —
    • themselves are already impaired, however, and have already
    • difficult. This balance is just like a very sensitive pair of
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    • substance out into the air, is able to work together in another way
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    • instinctive ‘clairvoyance,’ as it is called. Upon that
    • empirical state of affairs is exactly the same — allowing for
    • thought. With a persistence that was enough to drive one to despair,
    • Chairs of Philosophy. Current opinion has been this: the scientists
    • science to talk hot air about something that has been observed under
    • of soul in connection with the brain and its structure. The chairman
    • He — the chairman — then said the following: ‘Here
    • airy, gaseous being, and a being of warmth as well. The solid part of
    • the pattern of Inspiration. Only through Inspiration can the airy
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    • when we come to the airy nature of man, it appears that the gases in
    • postulate the existence of a law within the airy or gaseous organism
    • These astral laws would not be there in man if his airy organisation
    • fluids. It does, however, directly penetrate the airy organisation.
    • This airy organisation penetrates the solids and the fluids, but only
    • into the solids and fluids but first of all into the airy
    • indirect life in so far as the warmth works upon the airy fluid and
    • point d'appui, as it were, for the airy being, with a
    • physical organs but from the airy nature (not only the fluid
    • is to say from the airy organisation that is bound up with the solid
    • vitality), but besides this, in their underlying airy nature, they
    • radiate the astral forces which now permeate the airy nature and
    • but of the airy organisation that is bound up with it. If nitrogen
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    • the air and by means of all that arises in his blood circulation as a
    • in the inner warmth of man, and that this warmth permeates the airy,
    • working primarily from the warmth organisation and the airy, gaseous
    • by studying the warmth and airy organisations in the human being. The
    • effects that appear when we work upon the warmth and airy
    • warmth organisation and the airy organisation of the human being.
    • discern in the human being, from the very outset, a warmth and air
    • embryonic existence — by the organisms of warmth and air in
    • air by virtue of the resistance of the solid and fluid organisms,
    • airy organisations respectively). Ultimately, therefore, we have
    • then a great deal which seems to have been left rather in the air
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    • a state of affairs may certainly be regarded as a complex of
    • and this state of affairs becomes organic — if, therefore, the
    • organs themselves are impaired, and have already suffered from a lack
    • pair of scales. We try in every possible way to make the scales
    • affairs in the leaves of certain plants. If, for instance, we prepare
    • affairs that may arise. There may be a disturbance of the interaction
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture II: The Organization of a Practical Economic Life on the Associative Basis
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    • not be adapted to economic affairs — in a word, economic
    • management of economic affairs. A healthy condition of the economic
    • in economic affairs. One example, a really typical one, may be given
    • present state of affairs. They can never be authoritative about the
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    • influencing economic affairs, today we encounter more and more
    • of economic affairs, of the economic circuit. Within the economic
    • and equity, affairs will be differently arranged. In that domain of
    • who administer economic affairs will also, at the same time, develop
    • taken by the barber's assistant in cutting a customer's hair nicely.
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    • practical affairs as to the immediate future, I ventured to say that
    • tables and chairs and other articles of utility in such a manner that
    • chair, every table, to every man-created object.
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    • politics, and affairs of state should be administered in a democratic
    • smallest details spiritual, political, and purely economic affairs
    • administration of economic affairs has become dependent upon the
    • in life, in the administration of public affairs! It is absolutely a
    • regards inner affairs.
    • system would bring into economic affairs, were the developments of
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    • “Please sit down: will you take a chair?” “Yes, but
    • two chairs!”
    • have changed since then: and now, in the great affairs of
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    • and thermometer to ascertain the state of air and warmth. So far,
    • it had been taken up by men of affairs and if they had acted
    • a kind as to aim simultaneously at the ordering of economic affairs.
    • and religious response — the following state of affairs is
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    • the 5 francs in my pocket, I buy an article of clothing or get my hair
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    • this formula it is essential to say: “If someone makes a pair of
    • will take to make the next pair of boots.” That is the
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    • fairly stable. If wheat goes up, the other cereals go up; if wheat
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    • gentlemen, could it be possible, in return for a pair of boots, to get
    • Let us now assume that I have got my pair of boots from the cobbler
    • just after having sold me the pair of boots, suddenly remembered that
    • instead of making another pair of boots. He might do anything with it,
    • suddenly have quite a different value for him than the value of a pair
    • kept (I use the pound to buy me something of equal value with the pair
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    • of what is decent and proper conduct, it may become very fair, but it
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    • impossible state of affairs over the Earth. Such a condition of
    • affairs can only continue in being for a time through one part of the
    • it only means that progress is partial. This state of affairs is
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    • constitute a fairly strong inducement to the amassing of wealth. If
    • is an unfair competitor. For, in normal circumstances, nowadays, money
    • unfair competitor because it does not reveal in any way the fact that
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    • clairvoyant power (a thing which you cannot grasp at all in terms of
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    • in one direction or another. You may have fairly definite ideas of
    • have to ask yourself: Is it an economically healthy state of affairs
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    • freedom. When the dream-like clairvoyance of olden time prevailed,
    • is, at most, belief in freedom — in those affairs of human
    • Earth, when human beings still enjoyed dream-like clairvoyance.
    • Living in this dreamlike clairvoyance there were always
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    • the whole Earth. The whole Earth plays into the air man takes in with
    • his breath. In the air he breathes, countless substances are present
    • the minerals, with air, so are we connected in the night with the
    • clairvoyance and could perceive in a dreamlike consciousness
    • man started from an ancient dream-like clairvoyance and has now
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    • exact clairvoyance which you will remember I described in my lectures
    • and contented sleep of the criminal! People say, it is not fair
    • to put on aristocratic airs, and like to feel ourselves as members of
    • elemental clairvoyance. To attain such vision today we need the help
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    • weather have a body that consists of air and warmth, a body that has
    • no solid earth; it consists of nothing but air and warmth. And this
    • composed merely of air and warmth. They are of the same kind as the
    • inhabiting the forces that pulsate through the encircling air in all
    • in the air — do not cavil at the word, I told you. I am obliged
    • recognised even in the kobolds or brownies of fairy lore —
    • their strongholds in the air, in order to fight for the moral —
    • one in the air, that wants to make man moral but to lift him away
    • between the air-fire beings and the earth-water beings; they fight to
    • accordingly not be surprised to find that it is not with the air-fire
    • air-fire beings, they launch their attacks with particular force
    • he cannot nourish himself on air, nor live on warmth alone!
    • the other direction are the beings who incorporate themselves in air
    • Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. And so we find these air-fire beings making
    • air-fire beings of whom we were speaking. Here again, a furious fight
    • goes on all the time. The air-fire beings sit fast, so to speak, in
    • their airy strongholds and display their power and might in the fiery
    • through the senses. When therefore the air-fire beings seek to
    • the air-fire beings would have man become nothing but force,
    • Godhead; or again, if the air-fire beings gain a victory over
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    • Elements, — earth and water if it is buried, or air and fire if
    • the air we breathe. This spiritual atmosphere contains what death
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    • spiritual world. Verily, that is a task and mission that is no affair
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    • freedom. When the dream-like clairvoyance of olden time prevailed,
    • is, at most, belief in freedom — in those affairs of human
    • Earth, when human beings still enjoyed dream-like clairvoyance.
    • Living in this dreamlike clairvoyance there were always
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    • the whole Earth. The whole Earth plays into the air man takes in with
    • his breath. In the air he breathes, countless substances are present
    • the minerals, with air, so are we connected in the night with the
    • clairvoyance and could perceive in a dreamlike consciousness
    • man started from an ancient dream-like clairvoyance and has now
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    • exact clairvoyance which you will remember I described in my lectures
    • and contented sleep of the criminal! People say, it is not fair
    • to put on aristocratic airs, and like to feel ourselves as members of
    • elemental clairvoyance. To attain such vision today we need the help
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    • weather have a body that consists of air and warmth, a body that has
    • no solid earth; it consists of nothing but air and warmth. And this
    • composed merely of air and warmth. They are of the same kind as the
    • inhabiting the forces that pulsate through the encircling air in all
    • in the air — do not cavil at the word, I told you. I am obliged
    • recognised even in the kobolds or brownies of fairy lore —
    • their strongholds in the air, in order to fight for the moral —
    • one in the air, that wants to make man moral but to lift him away
    • between the air-fire beings and the earth-water beings; they fight to
    • accordingly not be surprised to find that it is not with the air-fire
    • air-fire beings, they launch their attacks with particular force
    • he cannot nourish himself on air, nor live on warmth alone!
    • the other direction are the beings who incorporate themselves in air
    • Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. And so we find these air-fire beings making
    • air-fire beings of whom we were speaking. Here again, a furious fight
    • goes on all the time. The air-fire beings sit fast, so to speak, in
    • their airy strongholds and display their power and might in the fiery
    • through the senses. When therefore the air-fire beings seek to
    • the air-fire beings would have man become nothing but force,
    • Godhead; or again, if the air-fire beings gain a victory over
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    • the air we breathe. This spiritual atmosphere contains what death
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    • called an ancient, shadowy clairvoyance.
    • dreamlike clairvoyance, was substantially stronger than during the
    • endowed with clairvoyance. In such states the human being was as
    • ancient era of dim, dreamlike clairvoyance for our souls, which
    • dreamlike clairvoyance, we could not have acquired the individual
    • shall all gain once more what amounts to full clairvoyance, as is
    • clairvoyant; later, the consciousness of becoming an I grew ever more
    • As long as one still looks clairvoyantly into the spiritual world and
    • but in exchange the old clairvoyance diminished with each succeeding
    • an I; clairvoyance thereby gradually receded. The human being now
    • seemingly out of themselves, to exhibit certain clairvoyant powers
    • training, these clairvoyant faculties will be acquired much more
    • consider those people who had this clairvoyance as fools and would
    • beings who have developed clairvoyance naturally, the same as when
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    • find, if we have opened the clairvoyant eye to the records we call
    • human beings had a kind of clairvoyance, not the kind that one may
    • clairvoyance of an entirely different sort; we must describe it as a
    • vague, dreamlike, twilit clairvoyance. This clairvoyance existed
    • to find a humanity endowed with constant clairvoyance, but even then
    • waking, that man Always possessed a certain clairvoyance. The further
    • back we go, the more we find this form of clairvoyance.
    • which only the clairvoyant eye can look back. The period that
    • clairvoyant receptivity. Especially during certain intermediary
    • former dim clairvoyance, in order to acquire the possibility of
    • this capacity to look clairvoyantly into the world of spirits. The
    • only through the gifts of clairvoyance; clairvoyance, as we have
    • conditions to everyone. While in this clairvoyant state, the human
    • also such beings as I see about me during my clairvoyant states.”
    • all — for those clairvoyant periods of human evolution when
    • this clairvoyance ascended into the highest regions of the spiritual
    • concerning them. The old clairvoyance became darker and darker during
    • times, and a certain degree of ancient, dim clairvoyance still
    • longer able to ascend outside of himself in the clairvoyant state
    • certain clairvoyant faculties will again evolve quite naturally.
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    • those whose clairvoyant sight is developed always see the human being
    • limbs. Head and limbs give a clairvoyant the feeling that they are
    • however, clairvoyant consciousness has the feeling that it is untrue
    • feminine appears to clairvoyant consciousness as if it had not
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    • the last residue of the old clairvoyance. In the course of human
    • clairvoyance, so that before the Dark Age man still had an immediate
    • worlds resulting from remnants of the old clairvoyance, human beings
    • the age of Abraham. It was then that the old clairvoyance vanished,
    • conditions of natural clairvoyance, of natural clairvoyant powers. In
    • distant future, but the first traces of a renewed clairvoyance, which
    • clairvoyance to sense perception and intellectual judgment, so was
    • human clairvoyance. It is allotted to humanity even in this twentieth
    • develop the first elements of a new clairvoyance, a clairvoyance that
    • that such clairvoyant faculties, as natural faculties (we must
    • differentiate between cultivated clairvoyance and what will come into
    • being as a natural clairvoyance), will come into existence for a few
    • it — that is, the new, natural clairvoyance — if only
    • this clairvoyance but, during the coming decades, materialism will
    • clairvoyance would experience a transformation. Whereas previously a
    • clairvoyant could not see the Christ being in the spiritual
    • Christ would be found, for clairvoyant consciousness, in the earthly
    • sphere. When, therefore, the human being becomes clairvoyant, he must
    • in him, when he became clairvoyant as though through grace and
    • himself saw the Christ clairvoyantly in the spiritual sphere of the
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    • called blessed. Such a person was a clairvoyant in the old sense, and
    • writings as a remote fairyland, which means the spiritual world, the
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    • still possessed a certain dreamlike clairvoyance, one could say.
    • clairvoyance had first to disappear; he had to be limited to the
    • of his own self. In the future, he will win back the clairvoyance he
    • existed a natural clairvoyance. Then it gradually began to disappear,
    • heaven to some degree through human clairvoyance. Now one had to find
    • clairvoyant consciousness: Christ exists! The people who will
    • Human beings with etheric clairvoyance will thus behold the Christ
    • body to be perceived by the physical senses. For future clairvoyance
    • perceived by clairvoyant human beings. We can characterize this event
    • appearance in 1759 corresponded with the epoch in which Voltaireanism
    • theoretical learning but through continuous breathing of the air of
    • boundaries, but in this group we breathe such an air that these great
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    • clairvoyant consciousness. The old clairvoyance of Atlantis expired
    • approximate date.) The clairvoyant consciousness of humanity had to
    • delicate clairvoyant faculties even without special training. From
    • etheric clairvoyance, which redeems the age of thinking that is
    • science had to appear in order to prepare for this clairvoyant age.
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    • is to say, one can become clairvoyant and see into the spiritual
    • also be perceived in man through clairvoyance. When a man stands in
    • clairvoyant eye, certain rays of light are seen streaming continually
    • first to a small number of people, through a natural clairvoyance.
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    • only known through an ancient, atavistic clairvoyance. Today one
    • receding love affair or something similar — when, in fact,
    • Imagine if one entered through the door and on these chairs sat
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    • air, sylph-like beings; and spirits of fire, salamander-like beings.
    • particular characteristics of Ireland to expression in fairy tales
    • this fairy tale, in this legendary representation — between the
    • arrangement of public affairs. What can be communicated from the
    • that everyone concerned with public affairs — statesmen and so
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    • materialistically oriented university chairs, laboratories, and so
    • in the Presidential chair of the United States?” Assume that
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    • experience, however, a spiritual, clairvoyant experience.
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    • continuous connection with the surrounding air; he breathes it in and
    • nation-spirit works through the air upon this nation’.
    • peninsula. Upon the Italian peninsula the air is the medium for the
    • effects of the nation-spirit upon men. It can be said: the air of
    • air — what through the breathing gives a special character to
    • air upon man, in France it is the rhythmic movement of the head, the
    • As the nation-spirit of Italy through the air,
    • into the organism through air and nourishment. This produces the
    • peculiar. As the nation-spirit works through the air for the Italian
    • described for other regions that these come through air, water, what
    • according to whether the warmth comes directly from the air outside,
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    • airy, the warm or fiery. And so it came about that just as hitherto
    • air, fire. Of chemical substances, in the modern sense of the word,
    • scholars of the eighteenth century — had ideas of warmth, air,
    • speaks any longer of actual warmth-ether. Air, water — these
    • denser. Instead of only the Warmth Element there is now also Air.
    • form of Light, shadow also comes to pass. What is shadow? It is Air.
    • Air is. Today men know only that air consists of oxygen, nitrogen and
    • about Air as a cosmic phenomenon when we say that it consists of
    • Air comes forth from the Cosmos as the shadow of Light. In
    • Light, Air. And when we have this we have Sun. Such is the way one
    • of Air — not the indifferent, neutral darkness that belongs to Saturn,
    • its shadow, the darkness of Air, begins now to shine in colour, to
    • We have seen that Air is the shadow of Light. And as, when Light
    • so, for when it penetrates into the Air-element, it flames up in this
    • Air, works in it, in a word is something, is no mere reflection but a
    • reality flashing and sparkling in the Air-element — when this
    • shadow of Light is Air, so is Water the reflection, the
    • reflection of the Hierarchies, first Air and then Water. The
    • First Hierarchy, behind Light and Air the Second Hierarchy, behind
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    • breath of morning in the air! Then the teacher began to speak to the
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    • clairvoyance, and that was well aware of Man's task and of his
    • in despair, have rightly despaired of being able to find in
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    • of instinctive clairvoyance gradually faded into a kind of evening
    • them. It is the same as with fables and legends and fairy tales. —
    • enter into all the figures of the fairy tale, whereby he can make
    • himself one with the fairy tale. And so it is with these true symbols
    • were set forth in books was enough to drive one to despair; this went
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    • doing so. True, in the old instinctive clairvoyance man did behold
    • instinctive clairvoyance, there was knowledge of the divine-spiritual
    • Graeco-Latin period, the visions were like a Fata Morgana in the air.
    • — places where the air could offer the proper resistance to the
    • air in the astral light. Thus they had clear knowledge of the fact
    • sense-observation — then neither earth nor water nor air
    • inscribed in the astral light by virtue of the air. This time it goes
    • through earth or water or air — it is there. But when the most
    • epoch. All Nature: all the elements — solid, liquid, airy, and
    • air, water, and earth.
    • by Natural Science to know the properties of air, water, and earth.
    • airy, into the watery, into the earthy element, the astral light will
    • state of affairs over a great portion of mankind. Thoughts are not
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    • pictures and ideas, so, when the soul has risen to exact clairvoyance,
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    • doing so. True, in the old instinctive clairvoyance man did behold
    • There was an instinctive clairvoyance, knowledge of the divine-spiritual
    • the air. The Greek saw his Zeus, his gods, in the astral light; but
    • special places, — places where the air could offer the proper
    • air in the astral light. Thus they had clear knowledge of the fact
    • — then neither earth nor water nor air afforded resistance to
    • visions inscribed in the astral light by virtue of the air. This time
    • — through earth or water or air — it is there. But when
    • all the elements — solid, liquid, airy and warmth-like —
    • written on the tablet by virtue of the air and water and earth.
    • Learn first by Natural Science to know the properties of air, water
    • gaze into the airy, into the watery, into the earthy element, the
    • state of affairs over a great portion of mankind. Thoughts are not
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    • the air and exhales it, so that it is alternately within him and
    • through an ancient instinctive clairvoyance. We must again come to
    • clairvoyance. Men of old understood the year, and out of such
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    • through the atavistic clairvoyance which flowed into their souls in
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    • The Poetry and Meaning of Fairy Tales
    • Lecture 2: The Poetry of Fairy Tales
    • This edition of The Poetry and Meaning of Fairy Tales was prepared
    • Poetry of Fairy Tales
    • fairy tales in the light of spiritual science.
    • can call the true fairy tale mood lies deep down within the human
    • to all the enchantment of genuine fairy tale poetry.
    • to feel strongly about fairy tales; studying them or trying to
    • those regions of soul that give rise to the poetic mood of the fairy
    • searching out the sources and wellsprings from which fairy tales
    • so individual that one has oneself to resort to a kind of fairy tale
    • theoretical discussion nor destroy the fairy tale's living water with
    • it seemed natural to use the fairy tale itself to describe what lives
    • very nature of fairy tale enchantment leads us to believe that
    • remarkable. If I were to talk about fairy tales as much as I'd like
    • person who attempts the spiritual exploration of the fairy tale
    • the source of fairy tale mood and fairy tale poetry lies still deeper
    • is altogether different, we feel, when we come knowingly to fairy
    • tale poetry and its mood. The effect of a fairy tale on our soul is
    • try to get a feeling for it, however, we can find that what a fairy
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    • This edition of The Poetry and Meaning of Fairy Tales was prepared
    • Interpretation of Fairy Tales
    • lecture is a kind of principle or rule for the explanation of fairy
    • how one should satisfy a child today with the fairy story itself and
    • first thing we must determine when relating fairy tales, legends or
    • we must not introduce into the fairy tales just anything that may
    • as such, and then try to permeate the fairy tales with it. Not
    • fairy tale we have to discuss can be told in the following manner:
    • and shot the arrow so high into the air that it did not come down for
    • is one of the fairy tales that we want to take as an example. But
    • collect fairy tales, from whatever period or people, if they are
    • genuine fairy tales you will find that certain basic ideas run
    • Odyssey. Let us put the following fairy tale side by side with
    • a wife from a neighboring fairy castle, the witch swore to be
    • suitable wife. The latter showed him the way to the neighboring fairy
    • fairy tales and myths is to stop regarding them as fantasy derived
    • remarkable clairvoyance, the remains of the primeval clairvoyance.
    • nature. In those ancient times, people with the old clairvoyance had
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    • been cast downwards into the earthly air; it is a projection of the
    • outside me, and now they are within me. He breathes the air. First it
    • drives anyone who is seeking for real knowledge to despair when he has
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    • followers to engage in experiments with clairvoyance and the like.
    • It is a dreadful affair and the fanatical judges pour their wrath on
    • physically blind but who has become clairvoyant. The child speaks of
    • which the old Count appears with the clairvoyant child. The
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    • of wisdom yielded by atavistic clairvoyance and of knowledge gained
    • repeated earthly lives, and they may well be driven to despair. For
    • my own self.” This will be a terrible cry of despair in future
    • souls be kept from falling into despair. When the Ego which passes
    • necessarily despair and die because they cling exclusively to the
    • to give form to the air in the larynx, and then suffocated the man —
    • Clairvaux: “It is God's Will!” These words became
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    • worlds, is fairly universal in the external world today.
    • knowledge came to men through their atavistic clairvoyance.
    • a woman — or also a man, to be strictly fair! — becomes
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    • consciousness itself, instinctively clairvoyant, made connections with a
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    • an ancient clairvoyance made for a living connection with the spiritual
    • the earth-encircling air, need the light weaving round the earth, and
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    • everything circling the earth as air and ether; also between mouth and chin
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    • by Goethe, despaired, as it were, of elevating the earthly-sensory to
    • writers. Not only Goethe but many others despaired of finding their
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    • the deepest needs of their souls. At that period those with clairvoyant
    • they have not even air-perspective; they have star-perspective. For
    • that is, had dared to paint all the hairy spots of the naked body really
    • covered with hair. How inevitable that a man who considered this great
    • particular meeting the chairman turned to a group of poets with the
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    • vocabulary. When an instinctive clairvoyance prevailed, he felt that
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    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.
    • clairvoyance perceived that, after forsaking its physical body, its
    • a gesture in air. When we form a word, our mouth presses the air into
    • vision to observe what is formed by the speaking mouth sees, in air,
    • gesture. Eurythmy is the transformation of an air gesture into a visible
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    • endowed with an instinctive clairvoyance which made it possible to behold,
    • clairvoyance man had a special experience of music. In those ancient
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    • the lungs of an old man, or indeed between the hair of a child and
    • the hair of an old man. He will note all these differences. But
    • practical affairs of life with theoretical thoughts. A bank today is
    • though I bought him a pair of shoes when he was three years old, and
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    • The "higher truths" in fairy tales and myths. How the teacher can
    • laid down, real hair and goodness knows what all! But with this the
    • described above with real hair and so on, is only a conventional
    • this age must be given in the form of fairy tales, legends and
    • is telling fairy tales, stories or legends full of feeling. It very
    • in the legends, fairy tales and myths, for they express a higher
    • truth in imaginative pictures. And then our handling of these fairy
    • stupid, I am clever, the child believes in fairy tales so I have to
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    • plant by itself is not a reality. If you pull out a hair and examine
    • hair or a rose, it is another. In ten years' time the stone will be
    • rose is only a reality together with the whole rosebush. The hair is
    • hair of the earth. For the plants belong to the earth just in the
    • same way as the hair belongs to the organism of the human being. And
    • it is nonsense to examine a hair by itself as though it could
    • as your head and your hair also make a unity.
    • plants, for the earth is an organism and the plants are like the hair
    • living being that has hair growing on it. The plants are the hair of
    • the plants are no more separate entities than a man and his hair
    • would be. They belong together just as the hair on the head belongs
    • object in itself than a hair is. For if this were so, you might
    • of indifference whether a hair grew in wax or in the human skin. It
    • around him. Up to this time one could only tell fairy stories and
    • from this external nature; therefore we shall tell the child fairy
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    • able to teach rightly. Here then the air enters the body, distributes
    • in-breathed air which distributes itself, goes up through the spinal
    • finding its way into the physical body with the help of the air
    • in-breathed air, like a violin bow on the strings.
    • can be a hair-raising experience when the children begin to blow. But
    • this whole configuration of the air, which otherwise he encloses and
    • the mood and fashion of fairy tales, legends and myths, in the way I
    • learns to call the ceiling, the lamp, the chair, by their names,
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    • made. This is really a monstrous state of affairs. Now we cannot of
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    • two dozen, one pair, two pair, etc., the
    • say: “four gloves,” but: “Two pairs of
    • gloves;” not: “Four shoes,” but “two pairs of
    • jumping but you hang from the bar, fly through the air, make the
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    • medicine based on atavistic clairvoyance. From an external point of
    • constituted all physical existence: Earth, Water, Air and Fire — Fire
    • Just as water, air and fire were believed to be dependent on
    • remainder of clairvoyance, which Paracelsus and Van Helmont certainly
    • still retained some traces of the ancient element of clairvoyance.
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    • receives air. An unbiased observation will show a certain contrast and
    • and the air absorbed into the organism by breathing. This process is
    • and the air absorbed from the outside. All that can be observed in the
    • symbolic inter-penetrating currents, the watery and the airy. For what
    • (through the atavistic power of clairvoyance) and they beheld in the
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    • re-growths or repairs, the whole organism takes part in some way.
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    • the cattle have somehow descended from the air and have infected the
    • atavistic clairvoyance. For after all, only the smallest minority of
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    • indications of habits of life, the access to good air, etc. These are
    • Earth's organism just as your hair belongs to yours — (although with
    • this difference, that hairs resemble each other closely whereas plants
    • single hair. The cause of the variety among plants is simply this; the
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    • health or disease in man, especially when, half in despair, so to say,
    • ancient world, out of their old clairvoyance, spoke of the days and
    • This is what causes — I would almost say — the despair of modern
    • beyond this; so does the “open-air treatment,” which uses light and
    • air directly, because it has lost the secret of how to make right use
    • of the light-bearer, phosphorus, and the air-carrier mercury. That of
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    • in the air as scent from the lime trees — arising without a doubt from
    • the plant pours its fragrant phantoms into the air, frustrating the
    • the air like a phantom, but gathers them together that they may be
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    • organic processes and you will find that “change of air” (whether by
    • “physical” methods. [e.Ed: i.e., open air, light, warmth, etc.] For the
    • the solid earth and the realms of air, water and warmth. Behind and
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    • semblance. Examine, for instance, the relation of human hair to
    • clairvoyance, but by careful investigation of nature's own ways. The
    • together with its greater or small amount of hair growth and so forth.
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    • surrounded by air, and over or outside
    • may coin the word — de-aeration, where the very existence of air is
    • correctly envisage a fluid zone beneath the zone of air. The fluid
    • hesitation today in referring to earth, water, air and fire — if the
    • activities in the air, in water and in solid earth. The aerial
    • the air supply and thus shortness of breath can arise and this symptom
    • draw breath, are associated with the ponderable factors, air, water
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    • regard to the composition of the air, how we must notice whether we
    • are in a position to give men air or whether to deprive them of it.
    • functions that these functions are impaired, abolished partially or
    • clairvoyance easily. Such experiments have been made occasionally. If
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    • For indeed no one should merely assert that clairvoyance is needed in
    • impaired or impeded in a particular direction; to redistribute its
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    • point of acquiring and assimilating a certain degree of clairvoyance
    • the attainment of a proper clairvoyance associated with definite
    • clairvoyance.
    • clairvoyance, by way of meditation. And there is also an educative
    • organs of clairvoyance must be developed from within; but judgment is
    • clairvoyant apprehension of the etheric body. We can train ourselves
    • etheric, the process of hearing in the air. This is a considerable
    • kind of substitute or preliminary apperception for the clairvoyant
    • those foolish fairy stories of “subjectivity” and so forth. For it is
    • peripheral process of loss of hair. Only, of course, it must be
    • impairs the efficiency of the ego's function, summons the astral body
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    • of sugar, is impaired. Furthermore, we are led to consider all the
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    • functions are extraordinarily liable to impairment through this
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    • The interplay of activity and passivity is much impaired in all
    • the impairment is not an injury to the person in question, because of
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    • and impairments there. Consider, for instance, the following fact.
    • externally. And mechanics here include all manner of dental repairs.
    • calling for comment. At the first glance one is almost in despair, for
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    • even of the air — through that organ. The warmth permeating the
    • impaired if, in an earlier life, we neglected to develop interest in
    • cause of this condition? It was a very complicated affair. The young
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    • Air, and partially with Warmth. Astral body especially connected with
    • like that. Seen clairvoyantly, it is like this [A
    • is of the nature of “air”, with all that is gaseous. You
    • meteorological processes in the air have each their own peculiar
    • AIR
    • correlate — namely, the vibration of the air. The movements in
    • the air are but the medium of the real sound or tone, which is
    • about the vibration of the air. Light lives also in the perceptions
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    • true state of affairs. They can, in fact, hardly help doing so, owing
    • restore connection with the air. And to establish a right
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    • of affairs. Instead of an organ whose surface holds back within the
    • associated with air, of the differentiations in warmth, in light, in
    • instinctive clairvoyance and made no such sharp distinction as we do
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    • symptoms, namely, the colour of his hair. If the child has black
    • hair, I shall not take the trouble to investigate whether he be rich
    • in sulphur, for a child who has black hair certainly cannot be rich
    • hair, have to look for the cause elsewhere than in richness of
    • sulphur. If however I have to do with a fair-haired or red-haired
    • Fair hair is the result of overmuch sulphur, black hair comes from
    • have the opposite state of affairs. Suppose we have children who
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    • connection with the air has its influence upon the organism
    • Look at her lovely fair hair. An interesting incident has taken place
    • but cut off all her hair! As you see, not at all a conventional young
    • blue eyes, and then to her fair hair with its beautiful lustre. You
    • appetite. A poor appetite, which means then of course impaired
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    • Peculiar relation of algae and mushrooms to air and water. A girl of
    • clairvoyance. Danger of vanity in discovering new faculties. Youth
    • sulphur to periphery with effect on hair and eyes. Is albinism
    • relationship to the watery and airy elements that are active
    • completely steeped in the interplay of air and water. And these two
    • is to be found everywhere today in water as well as in air.
    • should have to be clairvoyant. To say that betokens an inner laziness
    • clairvoyance that is required for spiritual research in general, you
    • real state of affairs. If therefore you want to come to the point of
    • tip of the ear, the paring of a finger-nail, a single human hair
    • really and truly in one human hair everything else is comprised; a
    • children always show two main characteristic peculiarities: fair
    • hair; and poor sight, with the variation in the eyes. These are the
    • That is how it comes about that in the region of the hair, you see,
    • all around, a sulphur-aura, which pales and bleaches the hair and
    • of fairly forcing the eyes to betake themselves out of the etheric
    • was thickly covered with stubborn black hair. “This
    • For algae draw in the astral forces of the surrounding air.
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    • until we have a clear perception of a state of affairs that is
    • tell their tale: “I am rather fat, I have white hair, I can see
    • from Rome to the course of affairs in European history. We have thus
    • course always very much the air of being a strict Pope — he
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    • free expanse of air and into the light. We can therefore say that
    • indication as to whether or not he is in a fair way to make progress
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    • in the air if I did not begin with some introductory remarks
    • affair, not actually a source of knowledge. But we can
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    • ‘Feeling’ in ordinary life is a personal affair,
    • is needed in the affairs of life.
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    • acid in our hair, our bones, our organs of sense, in all the
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    • what is going on deep down, inside the external affair, —
    • the big world-affairs. As I mentioned to-day in my opening
    • to the field of international affairs, might see the terrible
  • 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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    • clairvoyant investigation. A good name for these schools
    • perceived even today in clairvoyant retrospection. That is
    • had almost completely lost their clairvoyance. You will
    • clairvoyant. When they fell asleep at night, they did not
    • clairvoyant methods. It is for this reason that the occult
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    • we test it clairvoyantly in regard to the soul, we cannot
    • were in a sense clairvoyant? It was possible because the
    • the poem, was certain from immediate clairvoyant vision that
    • known with the direct clairvoyant certainty possible in
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    • possessed extraordinary clairvoyant faculties and who was
    • clairvoyant faculties and powers with which they could pierce
    • clairvoyants and magicians. And those human beings who had
    • skills and who were the most lacking in clairvoyant and
    • dimmed clairvoyance were not suitable material to be led
    • which will be permeated with clairvoyant powers. As with
    • understand. The Atlantean clairvoyants and magicians, who
    • him all the wisdom necessary to bring about clairvoyance in
    • clairvoyant power of the etheric body enabling the human
    • founding a nation, as characterized above. If clairvoyant
    • were thrown, its flight could not continue unless the air
    • clairvoyant faculties, so that he was able to see Christ in a
    • clairvoyant, he could clearly perceive: The Christ is
    • an image from clairvoyant perception. He was able to do this
    • fact that all the artists were clairvoyant; what they created
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    • perceived by clairvoyant consciousness. It is the latter we
    • they did possess a primitive clairvoyance and a tremendous
    • their air vehicles that moved just a little bit above the
    • ground in air that was much denser than is ours.
    • body. This peculiarity is connected with the clairvoyant
    • the power of clairvoyance in humanity: the pineal gland. And
    • thus, the clairvoyant power of the Atlanteans, as well as
    • consciousness originated in clairvoyant consciousness, which
    • earlier clairvoyance and of the perception of the spiritual
    • achieve. Clairvoyance was never completely lost; there always
    • existed some clairvoyant people up to the time of Christ. We
    • clairvoyance in mythology, in which the central concern was
    • developed its reason at the expense of clairvoyance; the
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    • knowledge that culminated in clairvoyant perception. In the
    • body. Had a clairvoyant observer perceived the events from
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    • but their longing is still fairly undefined at times. Yet the
    • Catholicism. And so the air of the rooms where normally
    • clairvoyant, had reached a high point during that time, but
    • certain ability of clairvoyance and also certain magical
    • knowledge from the astral realms. This clairvoyance
    • clairvoyant knowledge in the last third of the Atlantean era
    • through this sea of air and water with energy derived from
    • evolve who had only minor clairvoyant faculties, but
    • sea of water and air — was very limited. And thus a
    • were despised for their comparative lack of clairvoyant power
    • Atlanteans had vehicles that moved through air that was
    • the air but also of navigating the ocean water was quite a
    • They were the ones whose clairvoyant faculties, though
    • what was then clairvoyant knowledge is today knowledge of
    • to, the last remnants of clairvoyance were still present in
    • progress; the same is true today in the case of air. This
    • physical plane only, so the air ship that will lead human
    • evolution like a spiritual breath of air if beneficial forces
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    • nervous system, and air cooperate in such a way. The
    • flashes in the air, and when air and fire interact to produce
    • warmth in our blood, whereas the air outside, including all
    • in the air, and heard rolling thunder discharging itself.
    • His warmth is in the lightning, His nerves in the air, His
    • fire and air in the macrocosm correspond to blood and nerves
    • be imbued with the spiritual breath of air.
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    • illumined and clairvoyant, and recognized in the heavenly
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    • to the modern mind, but a clairvoyant would see a personality
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    • the human constitution, which is also revealed by clairvoyant
    • forget our worries and cares during sleep and also to repair
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    • scholars and scientists, nor from the clairvoyants and Magi
    • begun gradually to lose the clairvoyant faculty were chosen.
    • old clairvoyant consciousness was waning, gradually giving
    • intellectually, not the clairvoyants and Magi but those who
    • in clairvoyant vision. He also designated the aura of the sun
    • clairvoyant astral organs. This disciple was reincarnated
    • clairvoyant etheric body: the wisdom of the Akasha Chronicle.
    • clairvoyant before he came to Damascus, he saw and knew who
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    • of this trip he could give a lively description of the clairvoyant
    • “being” in ourselves; our thought is too much in the air. We
    • active thinking, in the same way that we can grasp tables and chairs.
    • the air. Again, he saw a different action on the flower, which pushes
    • which permeate themselves with the forces of the air; he traced them
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    • of this trip he could give a lively description of the clairvoyant
    • less as stones are formed. He has no idea that the hair on his head is
    • that the clouds do not just sail majestically through the air but that
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    • of this trip he could give a lively description of the clairvoyant
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    • of this trip he could give a lively description of the clairvoyant
    • as it were, floated around in the air; it proceeded from Beings who do
    • of the instinctive clairvoyant forces possessed by man at that time,
    • — the working together of the water and the airy nature, the
    • giants of the storm and wind carry through the airy spaces, or again,
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    • When with clairvoyant vision we penetrate the spiritual worlds, it
    • consciousness, for men had ceased to be clairvoyant for a very long
    • clairvoyant vision and follow their subsequent life, and just as it
    • so. This feeling, felt by many, can be traced clairvoyantly, and
    • harboured?” When the clairvoyant investigator follows the
    • it were. The clairvoyant is able to state very definitely that the
    • death of the hated one. If a man is not clairvoyant he certainly does
    • need in the time between death and a new birth. When clairvoyant
    • our clairvoyant vision to the dead who nightly visit their sleeping
    • clairvoyant vision find persons living between death and a new birth
    • external sense are quite good people. With clairvoyant vision we see
    • very painful experience of the dead. Clairvoyant vision can perceive
    • clairvoyant vision, are really and truly valid, as can be seen in
    • and dear relations. Now, if such souls are investigated clairvoyantly,
    • difficult to know this unless we have clairvoyant vision, but if we
    • fact that one might not discern simply by clairvoyant vision into the
    • in Spirit Land, but tells very little of the separate clairvoyant
    • With the rightly developed clairvoyance it is easier to perceive the
    • easy to foresee what the weather may be, So it is with clairvoyance.
    • special cultivation of the gift of clairvoyance than to follow the
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    • The Transformation of Earthly Forces into Clairvoyant Faculties
    • recollection of preceding earth-lives?” Clairvoyant consciousness
    • the standpoint of clairvoyant investigation, however, it takes the
    • clairvoyant investigation arises from the innermost part of man, from
    • standpoint to the clairvoyant standpoint.
    • this clairvoyantly we find ourselves obliged to look for them in very
    • be used in clairvoyance for the retrospective vision of former lives.
    • clairvoyant must, he would be able to look at his earlier earth-lives.
    • which through clairvoyant investigation one can indicate the place
    • clairvoyantly. We must, therefore, use those forces which still remain
    • clairvoyance wherewith to observe them. All one need do is the
    • on during the early years of human life. Clairvoyantly one sees the
    • we might call the acquisition of clairvoyant consciousness. Of course,
    • special clairvoyant forces in this direction!” That is because of
    • may be thus acquired clairvoyantly must have been prepared in a
    • clairvoyant forces, but the forces required to see what is described
    • clairvoyant?” The reason is that the development of the
    • clairvoyant forces does not come out of the void, but from the
    • clairvoyantly the facts Described in Occult Science; for in so
    • walk, they will enable him to become clairvoyant, and to see into the
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    • air that is breathed in and out, but rather those forces which are at
    • To repeat, it is not a breathing of air of which we speak, but the
    • of a man when he has inhaled a breath of air and is working on it in
    • man who has inhaled holds the air entirely in himself.
    • turned toward the Moon, they saw — with the help of clairvoyant
    • yon, in the birds with their multicolored feathers traversing the air;
    • their subconscious or in their clairvoyant impressions, as processes
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    • earth-evolution, man had a certain instinctive clairvoyance by means
    • This original instinctive clairvoyance is lost for earthly humanity.
    • clairvoyance still existed. At that time people could still raise
    • But with the retreat of primitive clairvoyance, the understanding of
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    • periphery of the Earth as the air is or as the forces of growth are
    • It is true that spring is fair, and it is a fine capacity of the human
    • clairvoyance. In ancient times it was not the custom for the young
    • readily accessible to the ancient elementary clairvoyance. Today,
    • through free, exact clairvoyance.... Yet people want to go back to the
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    • Through this dreamy, or we can also say instinctively clairvoyant
    • environment to be different when the air was filled with butterflies
    • thereby formed streams out into the cosmos, not through the air, but
    • in the air and warmth around the Earth, just about the time of the St.
    • But these people of olden times did feel how different the air and
    • up out of the Earth in the spring, wells and wafts through the air?
    • please them; but they do not notice that the air becomes quite
    • air and warmth themselves streamed down from above like something akin
    • to plant nature (shaded in drawing). And when air and warmth
    • streaming down from above out of the otherwise merely mineral air. In
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    • fluttered through the air, as butterflies, or have filled the air with
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    • human being. But the in-breathed air is inside you, is part of you as a
    • physical being. This air, however, is sent out again by the very next
    • exhalation, so that the “man of air-and-breath” pervading you,
    • to expression in the child, human nature itself will be impaired owing
    • to be found in legends and fairy-tales. In their very composition,
    • legends and fairy-tales which seem so unintelligible to modern
    • the Sphinx, the Luciferic. The secret of all legends and fairy-tales
    • In legends and fairy-tales we find, sometimes more and sometimes less
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    • affairs. This is exactly how it is with the anatomist and physiologist
    • it that they are present not singly but in pairs? This simple fact
    • surfaces where air and water meet, so in man we have the left half and
    • thrown up fairly equal fortifications; the left and right halves of
    • air and the other water; the two halves are totally different in kind. And
    • even in man, when we attain to clairvoyant knowledge it becomes clear to us
    • them. We find here a somewhat different state of affairs. Ahriman
    • state of affairs is not as it seems in external appearance. For from
    • sculptured wood, but is where there is nothing — where the air bounds
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    • countenance and grey hair. And now I am really at a loss to know what
    • — the Earth, Water, Air and Fire spirits. We are not cognizant of the
    • (a fairy-tale
    • equilibrium is induced in a pair of scales by having both scale-pans
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    • hair was long, her foot was light,
    • brest of hairecloth, and my
    • was faire and delicate,
    • air;
    • The lucid squadrons round the sails repair:
    • Loose to the wind their airy garments flew,
    • Fays, Fairies, Genii, Elves, and Daemons
    • Or suck the mists in grosser air
    • Fair,
    • hairs,
    • airs;
    • fair
    • atavistic remnant of the old clairvoyant images – the
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    • penetrate into a fair number of the intimacies and inner
    • depends upon what takes place when inhaled air penetrates into our
    • earth’s faire lyvery clothed,
    • comes to be represented, places us in the inbreathed air and all
    • it were, on the inbreathed air, and we arrive, because the
    • Sweep through the flameless fire of air that rings
    • the rolling level underneath him steady air, and striding
    • valour and act, oh, air, pride, plume, here
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    • spontaneity and instinctive imagining will be impaired if one
    • (Driving sweet buds like flocks to feed in air)
    • the bright hair uplifted from the head
    • reality, but through what derives from the ’fair
    • fairy-tale in Novalis’ The Apprentices of Sais. In
    • this wonderful fairy-tale, as in so much that has come to us from
    • intimacy of soul. What is expressed in this prose fairy-tale can
    • Novalis never despaired of the soul’s ability to lift the
    • can envisage and feel intimately in this prose fairy-tale, she has
    • of the most intimate – one of the fairest flowers of poetic
    • from the fair courts of life, to throw open before him in an
    • borne to him over the air. But the tide was near the turn and
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    • not with thy howers my loves faire brow,
    • world’s despair.
    • The airy
    • air;
    • hair glistens with dew.
    • this, in the voice of the nourishing air,
    • ‘Where dost thou flee, O fair
    • Then, O thou fair one, sit thee down, for thou
    • fair be the
    • and seeing the fair-faced maiden
    • will-working of Wotan, moving on waves of air or welling up in man
    • that writhing air, the frothing rock
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    • And laies to roast in withering aire:
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    • When Spirits their fair kindred
    • shifting in constellations, pairs and
    • I, like St. Francis, rise upon airy
    • in the vibrant air augment.
    • the lapis-haunted air?
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    • entirely conjoined with the cosmos. The air which I have just
    • spirit of light who, on the waves of the air, plays into man
    • We see Apollo, the god of light, carried on the billows of air in
    • The upper air burst into life!
    • air
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • picture would rise before our clairvoyant sight.
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    • higher clairvoyant powers concerning the higher worlds in general,
    • clairvoyant knowledge to the mysteries of the Christ-Event. It must
    • clairvoyant vision of what really took place in human evolution
    • Hence the knowledge that can be gained through clairvoyant
    • person who knows nothing of clairvoyant investigation.
    • without special clairvoyant preparation, more and more persons will
    • training to clairvoyant observation. One source was the Gospels and
    • because there have always been clairvoyant individuals who could see
    • clairvoyant. These two seem at first to be the only two sources in
    • essential difference between the clairvoyant vision of Christ which
    • the seer through his clairvoyant development sees today in the higher
    • clairvoyantly concerning the Christ-Event since the Mystery of
    • different things. As to how far they differ, we must ask clairvoyant
    • passes over in a heightened form to the Christ. Occult clairvoyant
    • whether for the non-clairvoyant consciousness there was not also a
    • could go through the extremities of despair and sorrow, as shown to
    • impaired. Within the world-conception to which we must adhere
    • human misery, and then of necessity there follows human despair. That
    • said Pascal, are possible: pride and arrogance, or despair. Then the
    • healing for despair. For this is not a humility that makes a man
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    • between despair on the one hand, and pride and arrogance on the
    • a certain power of clairvoyance; that later they descended from this
    • height of clairvoyance, and that the lowest point in this descending
    • clairvoyant powers, lies in the time of the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • Initiation, when by means of it a man attains clairvoyant power,
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    • I ask you, who without clairvoyant vision has ever seen a physical
    • clairvoyant problems, the hardest of all! Suppose we allow the
    • clairvoyance it seems evident that at death a person simply discards
    • clairvoyant then observes how after death the Ego, astral body, and
    • clairvoyant follows the person further through the Kamaloka period,
    • dissolution, are returned to the elements. But the more clairvoyance
    • clairvoyance it appears as Phantom only when we look away from all
    • and Moon periods, he was still visible only to a clairvoyant. How did
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    • that he can then take part in the affairs and destiny of our earth
    • gravity, when she saw it clairvoyantly. It seemed to her different.
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    • personal affair only. Redemption must come about through an
    • earth-lives is not an inward affair related to a single life, but is
    • old clairvoyance faded by degrees, and nature, for him, was in a
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    • drawn by the writer of this Gospel from his clairvoyant consciousness
    • participate in the spiritual world. Clairvoyance will always be
    • dreamlike clairvoyance, so will there be a future clairvoyance that
    • is not dreamlike, the clairvoyance of people who know what they are
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    • visible to the Atlanteans who in their shadowy, clairvoyant
    • of the heavens, thunder, lightning, clouds, air — all would have been
    • manipulate the forces of air and water. In the book entitled From the
    • brought man under the influence of the powers connected with air and
    • air and water, in cloud formations, in lightning and thunder — all
    • air and water which, again by way of the passions of men, led to the
    • must realize that clairvoyance is not a matter of just sitting down,
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    • sound forth into the air setting the air into wave-movement, and his
    • thought lives further in the waves of the air, just as the word is the
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    • apart from the ordinary pursuits of social life, which were an affair
    • less a dilettante affair.
    • the tradition into humanity, all this was an affair of the individual
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    • we compare the modern state of affairs with that of the Greeks.
    • air flows in a particular way from the lungs and the larynx through
    • lecture as the first stage of exact clairvoyance, as Imaginative
    • intellectual thoughts. At the first stage of exact clairvoyance, as I
    • so does Imaginative Knowledge, the first stage of exact clairvoyance,
    • clairvoyance, this rich, comprehensive, unified thought is able to
    • clairvoyance — that of Imaginative Knowledge. Here we begin to
    • has reached the stage of exact, imaginative clairvoyance, knows, for
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    • affairs.
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    • dolls, with moving eyes and painted cheeks, real hair and so on —
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    • us. The hair by itself is nothing; it cannot grow of itself and has
    • this hillock is penetrated by the forces of air and sun. It remains
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    • on in the language of fairy-tales, appealing above all to the child's
    • forth the plants, just as the living human head brings forth hair,
    • environment. The affairs of ordinary life often remain quite
    • to some element in the air, for instance, which the organism cannot
    • acquaint our children with the practical affairs of the world at the
    • out-breathed air. The element of will is living in this language.
    • form of fantasy and fairy-tales. Our aim in so doing is to awaken in him
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    • impaired in some way. Indeed it is well known to-day that any injury
    • understanding of the affairs of the world.
    • form-giving forces stream outwards, giving shape to the air-waves,
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    • administration in economic affairs. They form intentions.
    • people injured or impaired in their way of life. It has come
    • of affairs. It is the fundamental evil which underlies all
    • civilised life we must perforce accept such a state of affairs;
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    • “beautiful” dolls, with real hair, dolls that
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    • out of your head. The hair only has meaning when it is
    • same way as the hairs belong to our head. Plants can never be
    • carry abstractions even to the splitting of hairs, reproach us
    • instance, it is not true that the water contained in the air is
    • speak as one does in fairy-tales, for everything must still be
    • first years of life history must be treated in fairy-tale,
    • the same thing as if we were to have a pair of shoes made for a
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    • clairvoyant and able to perceive these super-sensible members of
    • among the children, nor of the little love affairs which always
    • teacher is well-nigh driven to despair. This is why in the
    • his hair, is shouted at by the teacher: “How dare you
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    • about the sunflower and the violet, I have spoken in fairytale
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    • something about the super-sensible, assume an air of clever
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    • one's hair were being torn out by the roots. It is especially
    • feels just as I described, that his hair is being pulled out by
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    • conducts his affairs it is enough to drive one up the
    • know, the case is then left hanging in the air! Thus
    • public life and affairs and willing to devote themselves to
    • affairs. The minister was now so furious that he burst open the
    • “Please, take a chair.” The ambassador, believing
    • chair. Whereupon Rothschild replied: “Take two
    • chairs.”
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    • ideal, in telling the child fairy-tales or legends, or in
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    • it should be fashioned; we should feel the chair; it must not
    • fusion of the sense of feeling with the chair, and even the
    • arms are formed on the chair, etc. — should be expressed
    • in the chair, in our desire to find support in the chair.
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    • “chair,” we disassociate ourselves from the table
    • or chair. We are here, the table or chair is there. It is quite
    • say: “The chair is blue,” I define some quality
    • which unites me with the chair. The quality which I perceive
    • unites me with the chair. When I describe an object by a noun I
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    • cylindrical body and to the fine velvety growth of hair. Then
    • notice its tail, covered with scales, scurf, and less hairy. At
    • tail, which it can use very skilfully because it is not hairy
    • In man, one pair of limbs, his hands, is completely liberated
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    • your feet?” Answer: “A pair of shoes;”
    • you can start to explain to him that of course the air below,
    • does not get warm first of all. But the warm air has the
    • tendency always to rise and the cold air must then fall, so
    • “The air down below, around the stove, gets warm first;
    • this warm air rises, so that the cold air has to fall, and so
    • it is still cold to the feet in a room where the air up above
    • transition to pointing out that the warm air expands and the
    • cold air contracts. Here you are already leaving everyday life.
    • receiver of an air-pump in which there is no air; if you now
    • take out the stopper the air pours quickly in and fills up the
    • that in the one case the outside air pours into the empty space
    • air and those connected with solid bodies. If one were, even with
    • abandon the present idea connected with air streaming into an
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    • are fairly complete. For this reason we shall find out from the
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    • almost invincible difficulties. You cannot even repair in the
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    • excite the imagination profoundly; that is, fairy tales. As
    • many fairy tales as possible. And after practising for some
    • an idea of activity: “Just sit down on your chair. You
    • noun. We shall flounder fairly badly in an abstraction when we
    • stories for a fairly long time, and to let him repeat them, and
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    • kind of prehensile pair of arms from the eyes to the objects. These
    • slowly into the air. For without the force which is implanted into it
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    • rarefy the air in this place, and what is usually at work in the
    • interplay between man and the outer air has come into consciousness in
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    • of air waves in hearing). But how this comes about neither
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    • sounds within: how the vibrations of the air are connected with the
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    • back of the chair, you live with your ego in the force which is
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    • larynx continually makes the attempt in the air to become head; and
    • prevents it. But it produces in the air the attempt to become nose,
    • actual nose is checking the “air nose” which is seeking to
    • continually making the attempt in the air to produce pieces of a head,
    • speech is a refined head, a head formed out of air, so all that
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    • all look different. No one man's hair is like another's. Life displays
    • with his whole being. Hence we mostly begin with tales such as fairy
    • out a hair of our head and regard the hair as a thing in itself. The
    • hair only arises in connection with an organism and cannot be
    • show him an animal with hair growing upon it, and not produce a hair
    • gifted for seeing, when aloft in the air. And when we take the whole
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    • spiritual nature, but it will be like a balloon in the air, flying
    • pass out into the air and be heard. Here you have the original
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    • they can at times bring one to mild despair; they actually hear nothing
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    • a fact which gives expression to the true state of affairs.
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    • the whole is carried over into the air by means of the speech-system,
    • created there as movement of air. If we consider the outermost periphery
    • movement of air can correspond to an A or an L, so can an outwardly
    • collision, is unloaded in the movement of the air (This is something
    • so that the whole affair is not discharged outside, but rather that
    • of the relative warmth and the organization of the air-conditions play
    • a favourable stroke of fate: if he breathed in air through completely
    • developed channels, he would have too much air for his organism to process.
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    • air. Only in this case these air-gestures are projected into space in
    • penetrating into the nature of these air gestures, into all that the
    • gestures of the air, the thought arises; alas, the languages of modern
    • air, can be carried into movements of the arms and hands, into
    • in this way, by the fashioning of gestures in the air, the vowel
    • actual gesture in the air. Modern poetry, however, shows very clearly
    • of feeling, the ecstasy of joy, the depths of despair; we can
    • thrown into the air, or allowed to fall again or to fly out in waves
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    • the air, like beans or peas. And when one looks at a field of grain,
    • get it out of the ground and out of the air, From the mineral world;
    • in from the air; you breathe it in. But there is carbon spread through
    • the air, the oxygen spreads all through his blood; in his blood he has
    • hairs, that hang on the tubers. They fall away easily. When you gather
    • up the potatoes, the hairs have already fallen away. Only in the first
    • moment when you are lifting a potato loose from the soil, the hairs
    • stem and grows above the ground in the air, still has root forces in
    • it. The question is not whether something is above in the air, but
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    • oxygen from the air and that this oxygen combines with the carbon we
    • coming out of the air. Also, as we breathe oxygen in we breathe
    • nitrogen in too; nitrogen is always in the air. Again, we don't use
    • we breathe in from the air. And the hydrogen we've eaten in eggs, we
    • continually from the air. Hydrogen and sulphur we get from the air.
    • substances, we take from the air. So you see how it is with protein.
    • become so popular, or just nitrogen from the air — well, gentlemen,
    • some fresh air in here!” No! a person has strong lungs if he is so
    • conditioned that he can endure any kind of air. The toughened-up
    • fairly sensible about our food and would order what we were in the
    • help jumping up on his chair and leaning over the table to sneak a
    • way. For a child who jumps up on his chair to sneak a lump of sugar
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    • hears music, a clairvoyant can perceive how the tones flow, how they
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    • the gaseous state, “air” in esoteric terminology.
    • delicate states beyond air. In order to understand this better, we
    • When it vaporizes it becomes in the esoteric sense, “air.”
    • Any substance thus can become “air” in its final state.
    • If “air” is more and more diffused, it becomes
    • is related to “air” in the same way that “water”
    • and air. What lives in the etheric body consists of fire, light
    • air,” “water,” and “earth.” The
    • Let us make it clear that the physical as vapor or esoteric “air
    • physical body, mainly to the level of “air.” In the
    • now it penetrated to “air.” This is very important for
    • in the element of air. Just as there were only cold-blooded creatures
    • domain of air before they could emit sounds. Now, the first, most
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    • caused by our inhalation of air. Sketching it, we see that the air we
    • lives in the air. The scientific concept, however, that the vibration
    • of the air is the tone is a naïve concept indeed. Imagine
    • needs air for support. Just as man stands on the firm ground, so —
    • resistance, in the air. Air has no more significance for tone than
    • the ground for the person who stands on it. Tone rushes toward air,
    • and the air makes is possible for tone to “stand.” Tone
    • from the air on which it rises. Naturally it rises in complicated
    • earth, we can speak and sing only by means of air, and in the air
    • in reality to the super-sensible world, and what lives here in the air
    • takes a step back, he brings the earthly affairs surrounding him to a
    • basically nothing but the pre-earthly force of clairvoyance. Just as
    • on earth tone lives in the air, so what is actually spiritual in
    • necessary clairvoyant imagination to observe the consonants in their
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    • the air. Even if an instrument other than a wind instrument is used,
    • the element in which tone lives is still in the air. What we
    • air. The ear is the organ that first separates the air element from
    • the airborne tone back into the inner being of man in such a way that
    • it separates out the air element; then, in that we hear it, the tone
    • resounding in the air and to hurl the pure etheric experience of tone
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    • the form of the soul's composition is the same as clairvoyantly
    • experience of the sixth is that of inspiration with clairvoyance. The
    • remaining mystery traditions clairvoyant cognition is also called
    • clairvoyance. If man wishes to take objective hold of the musical
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    • inevitably do so because behind the scenes of world affairs — if
    • affairs on the Earth; they become intelligible only when we penetrate
    • concerned with the affairs of the physical plane. Such men will have
    • little interest in physical affairs and will be engrossed in ennobling
    • far-reaching extent in the shaping of human affairs. All these
    • themselves little with external affairs, yet possess spiritual
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    • Asia; he thinks that if one and all arranged their national affairs
    • their motives, into their ideas, indeed into all human affairs. And
    • clairvoyance has almost entirely ebbed away, this heritage still lives
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    • and Clairvoyants. The various Aspects of Initiation. The Four Gospels
    • who, as initiates and clairvoyants, possessed deeper insight than
    • terms ‘initiate’ and ‘clairvoyant’ may be
    • ‘clairvoyant’, for they represent two distinct
    • and a clairvoyant, although an initiate may at the same time be a
    • clairvoyant, and a clairvoyant an initiate of a certain grade. To
    • this hovered freely in the air. If he were to do nothing more than
    • hover before him. But to the clairvoyant such a colour-form is
    • becomes for the clairvoyant the expression of spiritual beings. Now
    • derived from this clairvoyant, Imaginative perception, becomes
    • beings of the super-sensible world. A clairvoyant who comes to
    • clairvoyant concerned. In our present age it is not usual for a
    • a way that they were clairvoyant in the sphere of Imagination and
    • with this grade of clairvoyance, such men said: ‘For this
    • whose clairvoyance had reached the stage of Imagination to attach
    • clairvoyants who had specially trained themselves to see the world of
    • spiritual world to the initiate and the clairvoyant in the present
    • insight into the world of Imagination may be called clairvoyants, but
    • expressions ‘clairvoyant’ and ‘initiate’ are
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    • must endeavour to study the accounts available to clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant initiated into the mysteries of existence see in this
    • human affairs. Henceforth it is the task of men to develop the gifts
    • abide there and guide the affairs of humanity from regions where only
    • a certain power of clairvoyance is able to behold him.
    • humanity was clairvoyant and able to gaze into the spiritual worlds,
    • and that certain remnants of this old clairvoyance were still
    • who possessed the heritage of this old clairvoyance; the astral plane
    • was to make his way to non-clairvoyant cognition, because he must
    • pass through this stage in order to regain clairvoyant knowledge in
    • man was clairvoyant, and to a future when this will again be the
    • intermediate stages. Without possessing clairvoyant faculties we can
    • unfolded by a healthy moral sense, even without clairvoyance, and to
    • clairvoyance. As Bodhisattva he incarnated in bodies endowed with
    • powers of clairvoyance. Then, when he became Buddha and looked back
    • Mayadevi as a Bodhisattva and possessed the faculty of clairvoyance in a
    • clairvoyance gradually to die away; vestiges that persisted did not,
    • passions, sensuality, consuming egoism. The vestiges of clairvoyance
    • nature which can be developed without the old clairvoyance, without
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    • clairvoyance had become increasingly rare. But Buddha had not come to
    • clairvoyant and that in an even more distant past this was the case with
    • everyone. What does it mean — to be ‘dimly clairvoyant’,
    • or ‘clairvoyant’? To be clairvoyant means to be able to use the
    • profound mysteries, but there can be no actual vision. Clairvoyance
    • ‘impress’ in the etheric body. Even the old, dim clairvoyance
    • When, with his old clairvoyance, man was still able to gaze into the
    • the old clairvoyance this knowledge was also lost; man is now
    • series of incarnations. The earlier clairvoyant knowledge has been
    • clairvoyant and beheld the world lying behind physical existence, they
    • their former clairvoyant knowledge, have become ignorant, and it is
    • of humanity, but they are often presented in simple fairy-tales and
    • legends. I have emphasized more than once that fairy-tales and
    • it was customary to express such a truth in the form of a fairy-tale
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    • in a childlike state as long as possible, and then a clairvoyant
    • but if you do so fairly, you will find them all substantiated by what
    • catastrophe drew near, the great clairvoyant leaders and priests,
    • Bible to a single pair of human beings, Adam and Eve, from whom all
    • in existence, one main pair (Haupt-paar) which had retained
    • receive the weaker souls; the descendants of this one main pair were
    • main pair.
    • These were the most direct descendants of the main pair who had lived
    • ‘Adam and Eve’, the first ancestral pair who had survived
    • clairvoyance could behold that Being of whom the Holy Rishis said that
    • an ancestral pair. It further describes the incarnation of a soul who
    • world. The shepherds, being for the moment clairvoyant, see him in
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    • imagine, move through the air as pure abstractions and ultimately unite.
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    • incarnate. Clairvoyant observation of a body ensouled by a
    • Earth and its affairs and now, in his Nirmanakaya, was united with
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    • more and more distinctly by clairvoyance, and was unmistakable when
    • the ‘airy’ or gaseous. The etheric realm begins with the
    • clairvoyant sees the will-impulses of a man flashing like flames
    • Air
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    • shadowy clairvoyance. Their consciousness was dreamlike but they were
    • fact that they were clairvoyant in a far higher degree than the men
    • clairvoyant consciousness and on the other to wield great power over
    • was trodden down, and the fowls of the air devoured it. And some fell
    • (A sower went out to sow his seed: and as he sowed, some fell by the way side; and it was trodden down, and the fowls of the air devoured it. \
    • but city air from his earliest years, is not necessarily made healthy
    • by bracing mountain air; it may even make him really ill. Just as
    • air, so too the fact that when spiritual wisdom penetrates into
    • into high mountain air that would be harmful for them. Hence it is
    • mountain air upon impaired physical health. The great spiritual
    • Jairus, and he was a ruler of the synagogue: and he fell down at
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    • twelve-year-old daughter of Jairus possibly be healed, for she is at
    • Jairus' child! This twelve-year-old girl and the woman who had
    • healed — and only now could He enter the house of Jairus and heal
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    • comparatively short time the old clairvoyance and the mastery of the
    • that only remnants of clairvoyance and of the former power of the
    • astral, etheric and physical bodies, all the old clairvoyance, all
    • form and then it is said that in order to be fair to everybody I have
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    • the case of the healing of the daughter of Jairus, to which brief reference
    • can of course be gravely impaired if a man is entirely given over to
    • man can develop a dim, shadowy kind of clairvoyance and through
    • predestined to possess, by inheritance, the dim, shadowy clairvoyance
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    • gained through atavistic clairvoyance in distant ages of mankind.
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    • helpless attitude to her own inner revelations. Take the affair with
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    • People then adopt an air of ridicule. The majority leave to play
    • exist in air and begin to gasp, so our souls live in the contemporary
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    • on his head clean out of the air!
    • It was, however, followed by the Leadbeater affair,
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    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily,
    • through their natural clairvoyance, it was taken for granted that
    • clairvoyance.
    • affairs. Modern scientific experimentation has led to substantial
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    • regard a chair as a reality. You can set it down on the floor; you
    • thought of the chair is not regarded as real. If you bash a thought
    • of man — that you could sit down on the thought of a chair. You
    • would be far from pleased if only thoughts of chairs were provided in
    • sitting on his chair and the whole so clear-cut that we can easily
    • block of chairs to the right and left of the gangway surrounded by a
    • thought, was the air and in the heights was the Sun, travelling from
    • clairvoyant.
    • nose, the colour of their eyes, their tidy or untidy hair and so on.
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    • clairvoyant perception, we are able to follow the journey of
    • painted masks sitting on your chairs.
    • of affairs. They discovered — the ingenuity of man knows
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    • a state of affairs that hardly inspires confidence; everything
    • four Elements, fire, earth, water and air, the flux and movement of
    • but experience again the clairvoyant sleep of the ancients, we should
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    • clairvoyant images. And the mysterious spiritual aura of the
    • air, fire and light, and so on. For the specific characteristics of
    • rarefied air, an air wholly permeated by spirit. Our senses therefore
    • speak of earth, water, fire and air.
    • the crude elements, earth, water, fire and air, whereas today seventy
    • — everywhere around us we would perceive earth, water, air and
    • nature of the four elements, earth, fire, air and water, our
    • fire and air, is obliterated by the intellectual consciousness. Man
    • those forces which will repair the damage.
    • clairvoyance have gradually been lost.
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    • Initiate has first developed these inner astral organs, clairvoyance
    • and clairaudience, he finds himself in a continual state of conflict
    • are situated in Space — the front two rows of chairs and their
    • clairvoyantly the life-period between seven and fourteen, at another
    • clairaudiently the period between forty-nine and fifty-six, just as
    • from information derived from books, but from clairvoyant knowledge.
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    • be communicated through many a personality who, to clairvoyant
    • as Goethe, Spencer, Lord Byron and Voltaire are leading a shadowy
    • human affairs, but not from the physical point of view of men
    • burning interest in earthly affairs, but their interest is of a
    • Skin emanations of the air element.
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    • way the skin emanations, i.e. the air formations issuing from
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    • which we can accompany them with a certain clairvoyant vision, we
    • experience of the clairvoyant at a spiritualistic séance. For
    • We find that the weight of the body is less in water than in air.
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    • features. Since man has gradually lost his clairvoyance, he must
    • reacquire it through spiritual training. But as clairvoyance
    • scientist and then they dismissed the whole affair.
    • detached from the physical world, he would begin to give himself airs
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    • understanding, but also to clairvoyant vision in accordance
    • I pick up a chair and let go, it also falls to the ground since
    • water, air or warmth, as the case may be. In reality they are
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    • regard a chair as a reality. You can set it down on the floor; you
    • thought of the chair is not regarded as real. If you bash a thought
    • of man — that you could sit down on the thought of a chair. You
    • would be far from pleased if only thoughts of chairs were provided in
    • sitting on his chair and the whole so clear-cut that we can easily
    • block of chairs to the right and left of the gangway surrounded by a
    • thought, was the air and in the heights was the Sun, travelling from
    • clairvoyant.
    • nose, the colour of their eyes, their tidy or untidy hair and so on.
    • Now practise leaping in the air and working your toes so skilfully
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    • the capacity to perceive clairvoyantly not only the animal and plant
    • clairvoyant perception, we are able to follow the journey of
    • painted masks sitting on your chairs.
    • of affairs. They discovered — the ingenuity of man knows
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    • a state of affairs that hardly inspires confidence; everything
    • four Elements, fire, earth, water and air, the flux and movement of
    • but experience again the clairvoyant sleep of the ancients, we should
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    • clairvoyant images. And the mysterious spiritual aura of the
    • air, fire and light, and so on. For the specific characteristics of
    • rarefied air, an air wholly permeated by spirit. Our senses therefore
    • speak of earth, water, fire and air.
    • the crude elements, earth, water, fire and air, whereas today seventy
    • — everywhere around us we would perceive earth, water, air and
    • nature of the four elements, earth, fire, air and water, our
    • fire and air, is obliterated by the intellectual consciousness. Man
    • those forces which will repair the damage.
    • clairvoyance have gradually been lost.
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    • Initiate has first developed these inner astral organs, clairvoyance
    • and clairaudience, he finds himself in a continual state of conflict
    • are situated in Space — the front two rows of chairs and their
    • clairvoyantly the life-period between seven and fourteen, at another
    • clairaudiently the period between forty-nine and fifty-six, just as
    • from information derived from books, but from clairvoyant knowledge.
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    • be communicated through many a personality who, to clairvoyant
    • as Goethe, Spencer, Lord Byron and Voltaire are leading a shadowy
    • human affairs, but not from the physical point of view of men
    • burning interest in earthly affairs, but their interest is of a
    • Skin emanations of the air element.
    • writing and drawing, and which is revealed clairvoyantly, may also
    • way the skin emanations, i.e. the air formations issuing from
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    • which we can accompany them with a certain clairvoyant vision, we
    • experience of the clairvoyant at a spiritualistic séance. For
    • We find that the weight of the body is less in water than in air.
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    • features. Since man has gradually lost his clairvoyance, he must
    • reacquire it through spiritual training. But as clairvoyance
    • scientist and then they dismissed the whole affair.
    • detached from the physical world, he would begin to give himself airs
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    • note, then, how a hair's breadth separates the true from the false in
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    • understanding, but also to clairvoyant vision in accordance
    • I pick up a chair and let go, it also falls to the ground since
    • water, air or warmth, as the case may be. In reality they are
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    • clairvoyance; but in the course of our progress towards the
    • atavistic clairsentience led men to abandon their astral and
    • and hate and enjoyment is your own affair. It is about what
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    • physical plane, in the form of earth, water, air and fire,
    • how man meets with the elements of fire and of air.
    • And the experiences in the realms of air and of fire were no
    • in which ancient clairvoyant knowledge lived, as this legend
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    • are fairly old. They think they know a much better way of
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    • the breath becoming visible as vapour in the air. Obviously
    • life with vision that has been made somewhat clairvoyant by
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    • Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance (original),
    • Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance (edited).
    • observed clairvoyantly, and the smoke coming out of the
    • have really observed it clairvoyantly, that the physical also
    • of earlier clairvoyance. There are certainly a lot of people
    • striving to repeat earlier clairvoyance, but the time for
    • this clairvoyance is over, and it is only atavistic echoes of
    • ancient clairvoyance that can possibly occur in these few
    • clairvoyance. Let us have another look at the essential basis
    • of this new clairvoyance. We have often referred to the
    • But with only your day consciousness and without clairvoyance
    • how the inner pictures of atavistic clairvoyance arise. What
    • clairvoyance arising in this way, and leading man further
    • clairvoyant in this way and experience a world which is new
    • clairvoyance is a return to an earlier stage of evolution.
    • know of these things, because that kind of clairvoyance keeps
    • clairvoyance that arises as a result of learning to
    • clairvoyance.
    • clairvoyance is nothing more than a subtle, refined, forced
    • and the kind of clairvoyance that arises when one follows the
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    • You know, today one can make the air liquid, then one
    • has liquid air. The air we have in our surroundings is only airy,
    • were as yet no solid bodies and no air, only warmth; but the warmth
    • down? Air arises, air, the gaseous state. For when we go on heating a
    • substance cools down from above downwards, air is formed at first. So
    • definitely airy. [See drawing-green.]
    • cosmic body everything is air. There is as yet no water, nothing
    • solid within it; it consists entirely of air.
    • air-mist. The present sun, as I have told you, is not that, nor is it
    • second was of an air-nature.
    • Then as that was metamorphosed into an air-warmth-body, the animals
    • gradually decreased, not only was air formed but also water. Thus we
    • thoroughly watery body. Air and warmth naturally remained, but now
    • in existence, everything had to fly, and since the air has remained
    • air; they were airy clouds. Here, later [Moon condition], they had
    • only of air; they were hovering air-clouds. When we look at a bird
    • today, we should realize that it has hollow bones filled with air. It
    • is very interesting to see that in the present bird. There is air
    • whatever is not air and you get an air-being — the bird. If it
    • did not have this air, it could not fly at all. It has hollow bones;
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    • Earth condition by saying that warmth, air, and water were there but
    • of the earth a densified fluid, and round about it a kind of air. But
    • this was not the air of today; just as the water was not like our
    • present water, so the air was not the same as our present air. Our
    • present air contains essentially oxygen and nitrogen; the other
    • degree. There are even metals still present in the air, but in
    • sodium, that is everywhere in the air. Just think what that means —
    • air; then there is a substance of a gaseous nature which plays a
    • sodium in yourself. Thus sodium is still in the air today. In earlier
    • in the air. The air was quite saturated with sulphur. So there was a
    • was a dense air, so dense that one could not have breathed in it with
    • of air which reached an end eventually. If one could have lived then
    • yolk, a thick fluid, and a thick air environment corresponding to the
    • only developed when the air was no longer so full of sulphur and
    • Other creatures lived in the dense air. Our present
    • birds have had to acquire what they need to live in our thin air;
    • creatures that lived at that time in the air had no lungs; in that
    • dense sulphurous air it would not have been possible to breathe with
    • lungs. They absorbed the air as a kind of food. They could not have
    • took in as food they took in out of the densified air. Into what did
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    • minerals and metals. And we have the air around us, and in the air
    • them, and around us the air-envelope containing mainly nitrogen and
    • constituents. The air always contains other substances, though in
    • and nitrogen, while in the outer air they are present in a much
    • looser way. So the same substances are in the air that are in the
    • I were to lay a chair on the table and the original position would
    • be: here the chair-back and here the table-top, and then through an
    • earthquake the table would be turned over the chair.
    • think if the oxygen and nitrogen in the air had not separated off and
    • lifeless air. It has died. Formerly the albumen was living. The air
    • light-filled air that has died, but this has allowed our eyes to be
    • evolve as a physical being earlier. We have said that in the air
    • would long, long ago have filled the earth and the air of the earth
    • air, we inhale it, unite it with the carbon we have within us and
    • always oxygen in the air.
    • later, a fairly long time afterward, a comet made its appearance. By
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    • have been much softer, not solid mineral as it is today, and the air
    • air. In such a region, if today there could be one on earth, we could
    • of air; later, they built a body around this. Hence their bones are
    • filled with air. The birds were once creatures consisting only of
    • air, but of dense air. And the present birds formed their feathers
    • and so on when our kind of air originated. Just think: if our birds
    • be above in the air. But it could not include anything solid; they
    • make it in the air only; nothing of it would be there if one looked
    • when there was a little cloud, so that he had some denser air
    • civilization in only a sort of dense air, they had joy in making
    • dense air. Imagine it like this: there is a man of dense air, who has
    • We also breathe air. First it is outside; then it is in
    • us. And the air too spreads out everywhere through our blood. A man
    • of air is formed today throughout the entire human being. The man of
    • air comes into being. So if I tell you that man was once aeriform
    • you take a breath you still form this man of air. In earlier times he
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    • perpetrate.) But they arranged their earthly affairs to be an image
    • tell me a chair is a table, I would say: A table? You stupid! that's
    • not a table, that's a chair. And if someone else came along and
    • is quite a different affair from the Chinese painting. You see, when
    • air between us and the object. This air was simply not there in the
    • shade, for there was not yet any such thing in the density the air
    • educated man was a lengthy affair. For, as you can imagine, with them
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    • things that have hung in the air, like beans or peas. And when one
    • air, from the mineral world; they can take their protein from
    • nourishment. You take oxygen in from the air; you breathe it in. But
    • have this picture: A human being inhales oxygen from the air, the
    • rootlets, root hairs, that hang on the tubers. They fall away easily.
    • When you gather up the potatoes, the hairs have already fallen away.
    • soil, the hairs are still all over it. When we eat a potato, we are
    • though it is stem and grows above the ground in the air, still has
    • the air, but whether it has any root forces. Now the leaf, the green
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    • inhale oxygen from the air and that this oxygen combines with the
    • protein, we use oxygen coming out of the air. Also, as we breathe
    • oxygen in we breathe nitrogen in too; nitrogen is always in the air.
    • we use the nitrogen we breathe in from the air. And the hydrogen
    • we receive that continually from the air. Hydrogen and sulphur we get
    • from the air. From the protein we eat, we keep and use only the
    • carbon. The other substances, we take from the air. So you see how it
    • that has now become so popular, or just nitrogen from the air
    • window and crying, “Let's get some fresh air in here!”
    • endure any kind of air. The toughened-up person is not the one who
    • often. We were fairly sensible about our food and would order what we
    • table he cannot help jumping up on his chair and leaning over the
    • regarded in the right way. For a child who jumps up on his chair to
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    • like a devil, with red hair, and so on. It is thought that the men of
    • special kind of air is wafted up to that corner from an abyss. If you
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    • something that comes toward our own body in a gaseous or airy form.
    • only taste it. We can smell a liquid only when it emits air, that is
    • are fluid but because they emit air which then passes into us through
    • can be led over into the other conditions. Even air can be solidified
    • as they moved about. Today everyone knows that there is air around
    • Why, we would jump out of our chairs if our food tasted as strongly
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    • the warm air from the Torrid Zone of the earth, from Africa, streams
    • toward the cold North Pole, and the air from the cold North Pole
    • the lines of the trade winds, of the air currents in the trade winds.
    • sun. Indeed, we humans would be unable to breathe the air around us
    • air suitable for us to breathe. The sun is undeniably the most
    • streamings were once much denser than the air; they were currents of
    • fluid, watery air: so it is on Mars today. The air currents on Mars
    • Jupiter consists almost entirely of air, but again
    • somewhat denser than the air of the earth. Jupiter today represents a
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    • ceiling it is already warm. Why is that? It is because warm air, and
    • cold air stays down below because it is heavier. Warmth always
    • ascends. So in the middle zone of the earth the warm air is always
    • are warm winds, warm air. But the cold air at the North Pole tries to
    • middle zone. Cold air is perpetually streaming from the North Pole to
    • the equator, and warm air in the opposite direction, from the equator
    • Not only the air, but the water of the sea, too, streams
    • is this: You can heat air and it becomes hotter and hotter. Suppose
    • you have this air in a closed container. The hotter you make the air,
    • air will burst them asunder. What's the usual reason for a child's
    • balloon bursting? It's because the air rushes out of it. Now when the
    • air becomes hot it acquires the density, the strength to burst. The
    • air gets hotter and hotter, it becomes strong enough to burst. At
    • very high levels the air may for some reason become intensely hot —
    • winter when somewhere or other the air has been very strongly
    • as the hot air will press against the sides of the container. But
    • suppose you have a layer of warm air, and there is a current of wind
    • sweeping away the air. The hot air streams toward the area where the
    • air is thinnest.
    • Lightning is the heat generated in the air itself that
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    • that when lightning is released from the air, as I described last
    • of the overheated air, the overheated universe, the overheated cosmic
    • described. Through the fact that the air exerts less pressure toward
    • air in the mines catches fire of itself. He asked himself how this
    • strongly into the mine and the air in the mine ignites. Therefore,
    • activity are already present in the air, and these few have violent
    • The earth smokes — why? Because the air becomes warm from the
    • heating not only the ground below, but also the air above — and
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    • it dissolved in the air! Not exactly in the air over Paris, but
    • correct to the breadth of a hair. But the comet had not remained as
    • found? It goes into the air, is passed from the air into the water,
    • their labor unions and so forth? These things are in the air and the
    • from one armchair to another — and from morning till night he's
    • health of their head is impaired, because the head itself then has to
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    • is nothing but a science fairy tale. It is contradicted by what has
    • thinks and feels. If we look at a chair, no matter how long we wait,
    • your hair cut! Something is excreted there, too. And think of the
    • cut away with the hair. The entire body as it once was, has gone —
    • and through our breathing we take in substances from the air. Usually
    • air we breathe. And we live not only on what we eat but also on these
    • nourishing substances from the air. If we did nothing but eat, we
    • through the air, which is a slow process, that the replacement takes
    • nourishment from the air. The food he eats is used, for example, for
    • eats but from the substances he draws from the air. And so we are
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    • example. The American multimillionaire, Harriman,
    • a rarity among millionaires in concerning himself with thoughts of general
    • millionaire, accordingly, rose to the point of declaring as a generally valid
    • men, the American millionaire and Herman Grimm, who arrive at exactly
    • view. If the American multimillionaire had got away from himself he would
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    • clairvoyance they were well known. An example will show how a poet once
    • hair-splitting, or they may seem to be imposing something arbitrary on the
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    • condition of clairvoyance, if the word is not misused, as it so often is
    • repeatedly emphasised that clairvoyance is not necessary for understanding
    • the findings of clairvoyant research. Clairvoyance is indeed necessary for
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    • Chairman, I would be advancing an egoistic wish, and that would never
    • something for you. I will go to the Chairman on your behalf and ask him for
    • Chairman and then, two hours later, the other member went. Both had put
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    • call a dim, hazy clairvoyance. The way in which we now achieve knowledge of
    • destined to lose the old hazy clairvoyance and the ancient wisdom and to
    • faculties: he will be able to look clairvoyantly into the spiritual world
    • transition stage. The old clairvoyance has been lost, and what we now are has
    • clairvoyance, but can now investigate the world for themselves. And the most
    • spirit. In the past they had clairvoyant vision and could look into the
    • clairvoyance through the Word which will reveal itself within him. Blessed,
    • through twilight inspirations, but also those who no longer have clairvoyance
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    • having a fairly powerful influence on earthly life. Quite apart from the fact
    • air pressure depends entirely on external influences. He knew, of course,
    • that densification and rarefaction of the air, resulting in pressure changes,
    • rise and fall of air pressure prevails all round the globe. Hence he wished
    • where he draws in or releases air, so does the earth, as a living being,
    • clairvoyant faculty makes itself independent of these three bodies; it can
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    • air.
    • working on us previous to our ego made the air serve their purpose. And the
    • work of these beings on us through air created what gives us our form as
    • air. But it is not the first time I have said that it is a misjudgement to
    • sound, what surrounds us as air is not merely the substance as shown by
    • way the outer form of our physical being by means of the air.
    • the spiritual element in the air. Goethe said very aptly with reference to
    • in another respect that the air is full of beings which were able at certain
    • being which we call the spirit of the air
    • through the influence, the configuration of the air. After the human being
    • we have called the spiritual beings of the air, in the same way that the eye
    • being fired; and when he wakes up he sees that the chair next to the bed has
    • over of the chair — is transformed into an image in the dream, into the
    • air
    • being in such a manner that they formed and ordered him such that the air
    • motion what has been created into us by the air. In the same way that we move
    • formed by the spiritual beings in the air.
    • organs which correspond to the spirit of the air and we have to
    • wait until the spirit of the air who formed the organs sounds
    • back at us the tone as an echo of our action on the air.
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    • own feelings and ideas. When Faust, despairing of all existence, comes near
    • Faust, after experiencing the most bitter despair, to find his way back into
    • clairvoyant observation can see how the ego withdraws the astral body from
    • body, appears to clairvoyant observation as an expansion of the astral: at
    • clairvoyantly observed when a person suffers pain or grief from some loss.
    • the air is pumped out and immediately the outside air rushes in. A kind of
    • breath of air is drawn in. In weeping the opposite occurs. We press the
    • exultation and despair. It will find itself only at the point of rest, which
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    • who can meet the future in this calm, relaxed way, without impairing his
    • ‘Linger’, I cry, ‘thou art so fair!’
    • impair the purity of prayer and its accompanying state of mind. If we make
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    • the truly clairvoyant consciousness; the latter can see the astral body in
    • No one is burnt anymore. But those who today sit on the curule chair of
    • errs” need not, therefore, fill us with despair, for every error brings
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    • can never be discovered, no research can establish them and one could despair
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    • Because this impairment of the eye influenced his vision, he often felt as if
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    • within the consciousness soul he develops a higher, clairvoyant form of
    • chairs and tables in the physical world: and he now takes up into a higher
    • from this clairvoyant consciousness, which is illuminated and set aglow by
    • being can further rise in his ego to clairvoyant consciousness beyond the
    • any other conclusion, even without clairvoyance, if we simply look
    • human ego, but of incomparably greater perfection. Clairvoyant insight thus
    • clairvoyant consciousness which functioned dimly and dreamily, for it was not
    • the ego. Clairvoyant consciousness entails that spiritual
    • early man, although his clairvoyance was dreamlike and he beheld the
    • stood before his clairvoyant vision. And to experience a feeling he had no
    • soul-life of man in primordial times. From out of his dreamlike clairvoyant
    • thrown on those primordial times by means of clairvoyance in the way already
    • of time, this dreamlike clairvoyance faded and man's ego came
    • being within himself, the old clairvoyance was extinguished and
    • life, and deeds once clairvoyantly beheld were mirrored in his
    • forms were beheld in dreamy clairvoyance as the counterpart of man's
    • external clairvoyant vision of the effects of his misdeeds had disappeared,
    • clairvoyant consciousness as a healing influence, showing him what he had to
    • Having previously spoken to man through a clairvoyant vision, the cosmic
    • cosmic Spirit which had formerly shown to man through clairvoyant vision the
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    • human souls were endowed with a primitive dreamy clairvoyance. In times
    • have pointed out also that the ancient clairvoyance was different from the
    • trained, conscious clairvoyance that can be attained today, for this is bound
    • spiritual senses were open and with his dreamy, ego-less clairvoyance he
    • fairy-tales and legends, were born from a primeval faculty in the human soul.
    • man, with his clairvoyant consciousness, was aware of spiritual forces
    • the standpoint of a later consciousness, an echo of the clairvoyant vision
    • Homeric period that we must look for the first time when clairvoyant
    • lies open to my clairvoyant consciousness.” In Homeric times this was
    • the old clairvoyance. The ruling cosmic powers withdrew direct clairvoyant
    • compensation for the loss of ancient clairvoyance.
    • the old clairvoyance occurred in quite different ways and at different times
    • in various countries. In the East the old clairvoyance persisted up to a
    • clairvoyant faculties were less widely present. In the latter peoples, a
    • they had lost the old clairvoyance. In the proportion that the spiritual
    • of the spiritual facts underlying the world. When the old clairvoyance was
    • waning of old clairvoyant consciousness.
    • clairvoyant vision of the deeds of the gods and their effect on mankind. This
    • ancient clairvoyance had brought to men. Homer, we find, knew very well that
    • clairvoyance reproduced by poetic imagination. And whatever was preserved
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    • a clairvoyant vantage point, the significance of the Mystery of
    • disrepair, and where the fall of paganism was physically
    • were clairvoyant. They rose higher with the forces which today
    • hair of this wool stings my eyes. You lost lambs! He has filled
    • met a man who was in deep despair. But, as I said, Jesus was so
    • man who was in such despair, that Jesus of Nazareth said
    • After the despairing man had said this, the
    • the despairing man looked around he saw Jesus a good distance
    • despair.
    • the meeting with the two Essenes, with the despairing man and
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    • following question. Is a human strand of hair a reality, even
    • would be nonsense to say that a human strand of hair has an
    • nonsense to speak of a strand of hair as having an independent
    • no more an individual being than is a strand of hair. For what
    • the strand of hair is to the head, the plant is to the earth
    • hair on one's head. It is no more possible for a plant to exist
    • for hair to exist without a head to grow on. It is important to
    • ascend to clairvoyance, we must develop a different feeling
    • clairvoyance. One must not merely think, one must also be
    • this feeling at the next stage of clairvoyance. We know in
    • earthly affairs. So if we are looking down at earth evolution
    • was an affair of the gods who guide the earth, not merely a
    • human affair. It can be understood as not merely asking: What
    • Mystery of Golgotha is other than a mere earthly affair, that
    • it is an affair of the gods, an event of the world of the gods.
    • affair of the gods, that the gods opened a window to heaven,
    • that the gods revealed their affairs to human eyes for a while
    • and that men could observe these godly affairs! One must learn
    • affair through the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • One must use words about the spiritual affairs of humanity in a
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    • infliction of modern man; they appointed all their earthly affairs in
    • stand like a table. Were anyone to tell me a chair was a table, I
    • chair. And if someone else came along and called the blackboard a
    • we paint, it is quite a different affair from the Chinese painting. I
    • different. Today we see in the way we do because there is air between
    • us and the object. This air was indeed not there (this is no longer
    • was not yet any such thing in the density of the air. Thus with the
    • cleverness in outward affairs is concerned. When I was young —
    • these outward affairs, the Chinese have had an advanced culture. This
    • affairs is concerned, such as gunpowder, printing, and so forth, they
    • with this; hence, to become an educated man was a lengthy affair.
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    • red hair, and so on. It is thought that the men of old, like the old
    • in that place and a special kind of air is wafted up from an abyss.
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    • connection in man between the airy and the watery elements. Nothing
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    • of the bee is indeed a very special affair; there is nothing like a
    • very strange at first, as high as possible in the air. The Queen-bee
    • air.
    • the bees become — I should like to say — clairvoyant with
    • one bee-generation, of one bee-family, will be impaired in the
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    • as a strong gust of air affects you; it is just as if you opened the
    • in its “smelling hairs” (for the dog also has smelling
    • hairs) the chemical reactions would be still more certain.
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    • hairs. But it does not go so far, because milk comes from the human
    • believes such things to be quite in the air or no? Such things are customary
    • that the influences of the Sun are chased away. Fair weather means
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    • — there are such men — is fairly fresh and strong at the age
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    • skeps were made. Straw attracts quite other substances from the air
    • hairy, but everywhere the small germ of the wasp is in the centre. At
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    • element must even wrestle in the air, and the weaker ones are left
    • it is a dangerous affair, because the doctors having once got hold of such
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    • these caterpillars are covered with woolly hairs, with quite prickly-woolly
    • hairs. The following can happen to these caterpillars. One or more wasps of
    • caterpillar's stomach, the whole affair of the wasp's development
    • This is really absurd, but it is a learned affair today. For if water
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    • that we breathe in the air, for air is everywhere, and science
    • knows that air is everywhere, and that we breathe it in. All the same
    • because they did not know the air is everywhere; in the same way
    • we breathe in the air with our lungs, so do we breathe in
    • air is escaping at this point. Here it escapes. When I now examine this
    • escaping air, I find it is carbonic acid. Thus carbonic acid is
    • down and the carbonic acid giving out the air.
    • looks out into the air and says: — Yes, in the air there is nitrogen
    • the air. On the-one hand we have man. Man is a little world; he
    • of air that surrounds the whole earth is always permeated with formic
    • inbreathed air into all parts of the body. So it is within man.
    • the air. Thus we perpetually inhale this formic acid out of the
    • air. What the wasps have is a poison similar to formic acid, but
    • present in the air of the towns also.
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    • situations. For instance, he lectures on some affair that has
    • of sitting on the hard chairs to which they were condemned in
    • chair, three copies, one in each of three languages. One had
    • empty chair. And then the lecture was read aloud from the
    • instruction on postal affairs. That is more effective than
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    • elocution” officially. But the whole affair became too
    • threefold idea. For only when a fairly large number of people
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    • himself as a registrar, since by profession he was a shoe-repairman,
    • and he could well understand that a shoe repairman could not know
    • himself a registrar since he was a shoe-repairman. — He did not
    • gone for a haircut, who danced around me all the time and each time
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    • Society of the University of Amsterdam. Of course, the chairman there
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    • light and open air can enter into the development of humanity
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    • of the nineteenth century there is a feeling of despair in face of the
    • bring about a desirable state of affairs. Such thinkers say to themselves:
    • Vairthai vilja theins, sve in himina, jah ana aerthai.
    • veihnai namo thein; Quimai thiudinassus theins. Vairthai vilja theins,
    • They pictured Hirn with their faculties of ancient clairvoyance as the
    • Vairthai vilja theins, sve in himina, jah ana aerthai.
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    • but upon what was instinctively experienced as dreamlike clairvoyant
    • greatest spiritual consolation that they had this inner clairvoyant life
    • clairvoyant experience, if you will not misunderstand the expression.
    • permeated this remains of an ancient prophetic and clairvoyant dream-life,
    • the organism it showed itself in clairvoyant dreams which passed by word
    • despair. Everywhere we find statements as to the boundaries of knowledge.
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    • affairs in which we do not deal with the material itself. We
    • air. But the combined process was necessary for our inner
    • just as the life force is no longer in the air we exhale. We
    • just taking spiritual science out of thin air with the
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    • the word “clairvoyance” is normally used, and the
    • quite correctly be designated as clairvoyance is confused
    • called clairvoyance when the term is used in a trivial sense.
    • clairvoyance. From the few words I have said on this subject,
    • be. What is widely called clairvoyance today — no doubt
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    • clairvoyant research to what is given by empirical
    • interested in clairvoyant research. But there really is an
    • rapidly — now the air is without, now it is within
    • material air that is inhaled and combined with one's self,
    • but along with the air something of a soul-spiritual nature
    • ancient culture of instinctive clairvoyance, the impulse was
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    • quite familiar with the fact that at times you can despair
    • air if I want to understand what the substance is that is now
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    • a quality of air that is not found when we experience air as a purely
    • physical substance but only when we unite ourselves with the air and
    • spirituality of the outer air, engenders in us something that passes
    • As we breathe in, the air presses upon our diaphragm and upon the whole
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    • gaseous, airy processes that permeate the head
    • magnesium, calcium. It states that silica is in the hair, in
    • that silica is in the hair and in the urine. For
    • the hair and finding silica in it and investigating the urine
    • That silica is found in hair is not at all essential; what is
    • there. We have hair for a purpose; there are forces that
    • proceed from our hair back to the organism, very delicate
    • forces. The most delicate forces proceed from the hair back
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    • just as much a water-, air- and warmth-organization, if we
    • organized — with respect to water, to air, and to warmth.
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    • strongly. This state of affairs in the human chest organs is
    • namely, better clothes, better living spaces, improved air,
    • here a remarkable state of affairs. In the human thoracic
    • the extra-terrestrial — air, light, and
    • to conditions in which light is unusually active, the air
    • sun-permeated air it works on his rhythmic organism to a
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    • organized air, organized warmth, and the ego has to intervene
    • they climb stairs, not when they walk on the horizontal. This
    • climbing stairs. Thus by looking at the symptoms, by
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    • in greater quantity in exhaled air than in inhaled air and
    • breathing and, instead of taking in air, takes in etheric
    • breathing find expression in the air organism built into the
    • water forces and air forces.
    • interaction of air and water forces is continually ongoing in
    • the air. There the etheric element encroaches on the
    • is developed in the astral-airy, and the main ego activity,
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    • the air, in a sense. Sketching this schematically, let this
    • be the air in which we carry ourselves
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    • of tin in fairly high potencies on everything that bears upon
    • fairly similar things. This is a case in which empirical
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    • and if a particular introverted clairvoyance sets in —
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    • Then we would be able to soar into the air.” We human beings
    • breath of air or beam of sunlight:
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    • and strong in their bodies. When you are small, you are fairly
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    • You would not evoke the representation of the chair, you would have
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    • clairvoyance? Yes: if we do this, we also get something which we can
    • clairvoyance, we perceive light. If we look at will with the power of
    • clairvoyance, it becomes always thicker and thicker till it becomes
    • clairvoyant, this being of will would have confronted him as a
    • fairy-stories when they talk about matter consisting of molecules and
    • clairvoyance, they called it Ahura Mazdao, and when they felt the
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    • in the air.
    • really of himself nothing. He is the product of the oxygen in the air,
    • product of every air-current.
    • talk of airwaves and ether waves. But those are after all not colours
    • or sounds. Air-waves surely are not sounds, but at most the medium by
    • original clairvoyance, we find that they took less notice of
    • this, one can reach such profound despair, that in certain
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    • is still deep in it, and the fact that an animal has feathers or hair
    • clairvoyance, does a horse see a man without clairvoyance, for the
    • only because the horse is endowed with a certain clairvoyance does he
    • modern Art: air and water and light, as they are painted today are
    • One would have to speak today, my dear friends, of spiritual affairs
    • us in thinking of the narrower affairs of spiritual science with all
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    • This is the case because the entry of the Second Hierarchy represents an inward illumination, which is connected with a densification of warmth. Air comes forth from the pure warmth-element, and in the revelation of the light we have the entry of the Second Hierarchy.
    • Second Hierarchy in the form of light. What was this shadow? The air.
    • what the air is. Today one knows only that the air consists of oxygen
    • air as a cosmic phenomenon when you say it consists of oxygen and
    • point of view air is the shadow of the light. So that with the entry
    • fact the entry of light, and its shadow, air. And where that happens
    • into the luminous element with its shadow of air, introduced by the
    • behind it, its shadow, the somber, airy darkness, now began to gleam
    • warmth, the Second for light and its shadow, the air, and the Third or
    • Air is the shadow of light. Just as when light radiates and, under
    • present, and this colour works as a reality in the airy element, not
    • colour element. As air is the shadow of light, in cosmic thought, so
    • In this way therefore air and water appear as a reflection of the
    • behind warmth of fire is the First Hierarchy, behind light and air is
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    • arms the flowing-haired Achaians with al' speed, for that
    • to arms the flowing-haired Achaians with all speed, for
    • the present clairvoyance did not yet exist; at a time,
    • rather, when the old form of clairvoyance had just been lost.
    • to experience the old atavistic clairvoyance in certain
    • his decisions through the old clairvoyance, through dreams.
    • human soul into which clairvoyance still plays atavistically,
    • clairvoyance; but the whole situation lies before us in a
    • clairvoyance to a man who decides everything out of his own
    • his clairvoyant dream and then out of his own ego, Homer has
    • clairvoyant knowledge, then on the other hand there must be
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    • certain kind of clairvoyance — to the age in which we
    • it was with clairvoyance, passes over to a different kind of
    • resting on the foundation of ancient clairvoyance.
    • Oedipus of Corneille and also in that of Voltaire. What I
    • Voltaire practically no value is attached to this work. But
    • theme has been cast by Corneille and Voltaire is a sign of
    • line between the age of ancient clairvoyance and the modern
    • culture, has become in Corneille and Voltaire entirely an
    • affair of the human soul itself. Whether Sophocles' Oedipus
    • Voltaire: quite as a matter of course. The transition is made
    • in Corneille; in Voltaire the situation has become quite
    • distinct. In Voltaire's Oedipus there is a figure who would
    • works of Corneille, Racine and Voltaire?
    • said that he regarded Voltaire ae a far greater personality
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    • to age he would nave continually to be moairying the concept
    • One can of course refer to some such thing as Voltaire wrote
    • Voltaire's assessment of the evolutionary history of
    • Voltaire, one can feel what is meant by speaking of the
    • certain saying of Voltaire. It will certainly be discerned by
    • invented”, is rightly attributed to Voltaire. This
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    • say: This is all airy nonsense, for the fool who can talk
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    • well-nigh drove one to despair in the whole atmosphere of the
    • was enough to drive one to despair. Indeed I still remember
    • old clairvoyance, belonged to the fourth Post-Atlantean
    • remarkable example which is purely the result of clairvoyant
    • first place, of course, one feels in despair about an idea
    • typical conceptions of our age must despair of ever having
    • clairvoyant and saw, over a girl's grave, the Sun-motif
    • see clairvoyantly what is actually present in the etheric
    • a clairvoyant impression that can be received over the graves
    • the case that in clairvoyant vision the acanthus leaf can be
    • hair and ask, with a shrug of his shoulders: ‘Whatever
    • view it was despairing to find that as a result of the
    • drive one to despair! Ingenious things were produced, it is
    • enough to drive one to despair and their influence has not
    • clairvoyant sight and they will have a better understanding
    • of clairvoyance leads man to the realm lying behind the world
    • of sense. Art is the divine child of clairvoyant vision
    • soul. The forms that are seen by the clairvoyant eye in the
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    • they may create something that in the fairest sense may be a
    • purpose of putting their affairs in order, for they imagine
    • affairs of everyday life the worship that is offered to the
    • Christendom, man says: ‘I must leave my work and repair
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    • must leave the affairs of daily life, repair for a time to a
    • and the priesthood. Man leaves the affairs of everyday life
    • merely an affair of his conscious life. The astral body is
    • new pairs of pillars to that first strong pair formed during
    • period of seven years the first pair of life pillars is
    • completed, at the fourteenth year the second pair, at the
    • twenty-first year the third pair, and finally, with the
    • forty-ninth year, the seventh pair. Each pair of life pillars
    • ‘Up to the first pair of pillars we see how man
    • pair of pillars denotes his development to his fourteenth
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    • his fiftieth year, he possesses seven pairs of these
    • of seven years has run its course; the second pair of pillars
    • When the clairvoyant consciousness of the occult seer enters
    • the other. In the first place, therefore, clairvoyant
    • revealed to clairvoyant consciousness a marvellous
    • times a certain primitive, atavistic clairvoyance was a
    • forms from out of this clairvoyance. Many of the forms to be
    • that they were the outcome of this primordial clairvoyant
    • clairvoyance of those times.
    • Our hair is not coloured, nor if we had feathers would they
    • proceeded from conditions of primitive, atavistic clairvoyant
    • looked at the moon. The atavistic clairvoyant consciousness
    • ‘saw’ it in the atavistic clairvoyance
    • when this old clairvoyance gradually passed away; man entered
    • longer the case after the old clairvoyant consciousness,
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    • the true state of affairs in this connection.
    • have become in technical, industrial and commercial affairs,
    • clairvoyance a horse would no more see a human being than a
    • clairvoyance, would see an angel, for the man simply does not
    • clairvoyance and what the horse sees in man is quite
    • however, dead so far as modern art is concerned. Air, water,
    • fairy stories — so long have we not attained to real
    • narrower affairs of Spiritual Science with all the powers of
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    • of sitting on the hard chairs to which they were condemned in
    • chair, three copies, one in each of three languages. One had
    • empty chair. And then the lecture was read aloud from the
    • instruction on postal affairs. That is more effective than
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    • threefold idea. For only when a fairly large number of people
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    • prepared to take the chair. His opinion had been sought quite
    • can represent the affairs of the Society in a positive way,
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    • conducting the affairs of Anthroposophy in a way which would
    • manage its own affairs, and that I would have to withdraw
    • affairs of the world — something that has never been
    • affairs of Anthroposophy can be truly and properly
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    • interfere too much in the affairs of the Swiss Society, then
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    • As I was in the chair at that meeting of delegates I know how
    • members. So on the one hand there are the affairs of the
    • consideration of the Swiss affair. I think the difficulty is
    • strongly consolidated so far. The chairmen of the various
    • could do with a preliminary airing prior to the general
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    • under the Chairmanship of Rudolf Steiner
    • chair.
    • greets Dr Steiner and requests him to take the chair.
    • Chairman of the Swiss Anthroposophical Society.
    • of Chairman of the Swiss Society when the only reason
    • us yet at the same time confer on both of us the chairmanship
    • chairmanship in our capacity as Presidents of the
    • managing our affairs in Switzerland.
    • Albert Steffen and myself continuing as chairmen of the Swiss
    • present chairman, Dr Steiner, for his opinion on whether the
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    • clairvoyant eye can discern the astral bodies of those who
    • and through the encircling air with the third hierarchy. It
    • blood, not into my airy breath, but into my element of
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    • its appearance at a fairly definite point in human evolution. We can
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    • doctrinaire. This does serious damage to a thing as alive as an
    • clairvoyance?” or “Does so and so drink coffee or
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    • our hearts. In our day we cannot say with the clairvoyant Oriental of
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    • resumed than two or three more fairly flew up to the chairman's
    • were, however, some white-haired young ones among them who could look
    • chairman of a group once had the startling experience of yielding the
    • another person talk at the same time. The chairman said,
    • year or so. Otherwise the chairs occupied by the leading members will
    • other words, we're going to have to start jostling these chairs a
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    • can be deciphered by clairvoyant consciousness in the Akashic
    • found by means of clairvoyant consciousness; but once these facts are
    • discovered, once trained clairvoyance has observed them and
    • that everyone, without having passed through any clairvoyant
    • true clairvoyant consciousness, would communicate the facts of the
    • test them without clairvoyance. But he would have to communicate
    • who receives them, cannot himself investigate them clairvoyantly.
    • clairvoyant may be able to investigate and see in the spiritual
    • natural feeling for truth. The clairvoyant must in fact first
    • spiritual world through purely clairvoyant observation, but who has
    • the greatest importance that there should be clairvoyants capable of
    • conception of this — What has the clairvoyant to tell of the
    • Clairvoyant consciousness has therefore a quite special value, but
    • individual worth the clairvoyant does not differ from anyone else who
    • clairvoyance. This is not at all the case. He gains no advantage in
    • see, that is learn to become consciously clairvoyant of that which
    • these bodies and begin to be clairvoyantly aware. All the strength
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    • Thus, it is fairly well translated in our Gospel literature. The
    • (Geheimnisse) which formerly arose by a kind of natural clairvoyance
    • with them into post-Atlantean culture a natural clairvoyance which
    • this ancient clairvoyance men were not aware that they possessed
    • which can give a certain degree of clairvoyance, had to be specially
    • stimulated. When this happened ancient clairvoyant powers of
    • clairvoyance, my ego also will cease to pass out of me in the way it
    • itself.” The most gifted clairvoyant was at most aware of
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    • to man of the different kinds of air and light, of the various ways
    • ancient clairvoyance. With it was associated a quite different kind
    • as a son of Thrace, the more he lost his clairvoyant powers. This is
    • clairvoyance. “Thou shalt not desire to unravel the secrets of
    • faculty of clairvoyance. Something infinitely fine and intimate in
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    • have not yet attained clairvoyant powers. The objection might be
    • be drawn to the opposite — that as long as our clairvoyant eyes
    • derived. When it is stated as a result of clairvoyant investigation
    • The clairvoyant has
    • Akashic Chronicle and can he seen there by the clairvoyants as a
    • clairvoyance, we have destructive forces within us on the physical
    • can only be seen by the clairvoyant, the results can be seen by
    • as men of to-day they are non-clairvoyant, but because they do not
    • clairvoyant can be verified.) In any case this is a fact. And it is
    • connected with the highest knowledge. When a clairvoyant observes the
    • who can observe things clairvoyantly the hand, more especially in its
    • a stone through the air, the line of its flight describes a parabole.
    • knowledge come? It comes from clairvoyance, for it is revealed to
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    • clairvoyant perception was excluded from it. What remained was merely
    • outcome of ancient clairvoyance, is found in an intellectual and
    • clairvoyant imaginative content and given abstract forms. From this
    • clairvoyance, is seen again in our modern astronomy and modern
    • to speak of Buddha as he exists for us to-day, when clairvoyantly we
    • passing of a fish from the water into the air; the fish has first to
    • be prepared for this by changing its air bladders into lungs. This
    • The air is full of
    • air. We must learn to live with our thoughts within those facts which
    • If he did, his later life would be “airless” as regards
    • spiritual ideas — he would gasp for air. Those people who
    • exchanged their watery abode for an airy one, but would like to
    • won in the time of old clairvoyance and preserved until the dawn of
    • the new clairvoyance — will, I am very sure, follow the path
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    • the chairs et cetera, is an image of my mind; because they all are there for
    • exists except for my perception of the table and the chairs. This is basically
    • is reality. Let us take the tone. You know that the oscillation of the air is
    • outside us is an oscillation of the air particles. Only because this oscillation
    • moved air is there.
    • air is set swinging by the sound and nothing else than the movement of the air
    • The ether oscillations are a little bit different from those of the air. The
    • in the outside world nothing exists than oscillatory air, than oscillatory ether.
    • goals are floating in the air. There Fichte was admirably consistent. Later
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    • Baron Münchhausen pulled himself out of the swamp by his own mop of hair.
    • We completely float in the air. We do not have any firm point. We have destroyed
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    • clairvoyant like Plato, he was a scientist. Somebody who wants to get closer
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    • now like table and chairs.
    • somnambulism and clairvoyance.
    • only on the clairvoyant human being who does not have desire and grief. In order
    • still to let speak the spirit to ourselves. Clairvoyance is called that level
    • eliminate his own soul-life if he wants to become clairvoyant, a healer, extinguishing
    • of the clairvoyant relates to the organism of the undeveloped human being. The
    • involved in desire and grief sees the spirit of the environment clairvoyantly.
    • spirit clairvoyantly if we are without desire and grief in the normal state,
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    • from university to university, from chair to chair: what you hear with regard
    • I may say so — through this astral world again, become clairvoyant again.
    • strive for clairvoyance. Both are also tools, the theosophical student and the
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    • shot is fired, and the dreaming student awakes. He has upset a chair beside
    • his bed; he has heard the chair toppling over, but not in such a way as it is,
    • who develops a certain clairvoyant capacity can behold this etheric body; the
    • clairvoyant can behold it the easiest.
    • you are a clairvoyant, you are able to put the usual physical body out of your
    • you and to which you do not direct your attention, you are able as a clairvoyant
    • being lives like in a cloud, and he is very well discernible for the clairvoyant,
    • then this bell causes no oscillations in the air which penetrate into your ear?
    • development: again pouring out the spirit on nature directly to become clairvoyant
    • On account of their clairvoyant ability they experience the higher facts with
    • go through between tables and chairs, where they perceive the spiritual world
    • of the bright waking consciousness is often the same that the clairvoyant sees
    • also be made accessible to us by somnambulists, only in the presence of a clairvoyant
    • of a perfect expert, of a clairvoyant working with waking consciousness who
    • is missing. Every clairvoyant who works with waking consciousness knows at any
    • tries only to perform under the ideal of the conscious clairvoyance what it
    • under the aegis of the expert clairvoyance. This applies to the spiritistic
    • phenomena come from. It can inform of these phenomena using its clairvoyance.
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    • objects fly through the air without applying any physical force et cetera. Since
    • has led us again, and which shows us that the old fairy tales are expressions
    • through them, the audibility of certain voices which sounded through the air
    • are no wigs. Should one also believe that there is no real hair because one
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    • of the words of this Jesuit father in fairly modern language. They are in a
    • vain endeavours, despairing to escape, as it were, and submit to the arbitrariness
    • chairs, and the heaviest man can still stand on this rigid body.
    • them into hypnotic sleep, with a very small under-surface on two chairs and
    • woman felt the influence, became stiff, stood up from the chair and stamped
    • to become a clairvoyant.
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    • We really want to be fair towards
    • these fairy tales. This world wisdom has been announced in the most different
    • was not covered by such an air as it forms our atmosphere today, that the expression
    • folie circulaire). This form of insanity is today called manic depression
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    • Only the eye which has become clairvoyant
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    • clairvoyance very far, but he will not get beyond the etheric-astral
    • clairvoyance; the aesthetic world; moral feeling; the world of reason;
    • There is a tremendous difference between what trained clairvoyants
    • trained clairvoyant experienced the Christ by means of certain
    • front of me; with Clairvoyant vision I can perceive him in quite
    • possible to see the Christ clairvoyantly. But to meet Him, now that He
    • our clairvoyant development. From the twentieth century onwards, in
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    • yet become clairvoyant will increasingly be able to experience that
    • human being whose clairvoyant faculties have awakened will see new
    • the Russian philosopher and thinker, a real clairvoyant, though
    • seen by clairvoyant vision. He had a prevision of the evolution of
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    • the thirteenth century we see that primitive clairvoyance had
    • elementary clairvoyance. In the middle of the thirteenth century this
    • reached its lowest point, and there was suddenly no more clairvoyance.
    • the fifth post-Atlantean cultural epoch. Man's clairvoyance gradually
    • begins again after this time, and the clairvoyance of the future can
    • This council of the twelve only possessed clairvoyant memory and
    • substance clairvoyantly was the endeavour of the rosicrucians. The
    • acquire the new clairvoyance, and lofty spiritual forces will come
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    • you had attended these experiments yourself in clairvoyant vision, you
    • certain clairvoyance. This is how the medieval theosophist could see
    • clairvoyance? We shall find them by studying Spiritual Science and by
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    • words, can even the ordinary person, with no clairvoyant capacity,
    • clairvoyant during sleep — his thought life can nevertheless
    • need to be a clairvoyant in order to experience this, but only to
    • hundred years before our era. One does not need to be a clairvoyant in
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    • states of anxiety, of fear, of despair are produced at a youthful age.
    • states of despair, for it is precisely despair which is to be expected
    • satisfaction; and then despair will work back upon the culture of the
    • that his will is active. When he attains clairvoyance and arrives at
    • certain clairvoyance does not simply feel that one thing is correct
    • erroneous is said in the presence of a clairvoyant person, the pain
    • self-observation. Just as in earlier times, in ancient clairvoyance,
    • determine his own way in later times through the new clairvoyance.
    • are sufficiently clairvoyant) he succeeds, by most intense
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    • that are reached by clairvoyant means. We find, then, that the life of
    • use of it — when he has developed clairvoyance. This will begin
    • intellectual clairvoyance in this way can and will approach the
    • and makes proper use of the clairvoyant faculties that are slowly
    • our intellectual age the Christ will be seen clairvoyantly in His
    • foreseen by clairvoyance, no larynx exists that is capable of
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    • Think of a pair of scales. There must be only one fulcrum, for if
    • primitive clairvoyance. This clairvoyance became progressively
    • ancient clairvoyance. Man's vision extended only into the lowest
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    • affairs of external life, but if we do not forget it altogether and
    • all the indications given here are the actual results of clairvoyant
    • involved in the physical world, most engrossed in the affairs of outer
    • than at any other time with our own external affairs and with our
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    • twilight that had obscured clairvoyant vision. Of these twelve wise
    • clairvoyant vision again, the coming of the thirteenth was announced
    • cared for by these twelve men. Guided by their clairvoyance they
    • just as the lung within the air, shall we have the right attitude.
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    • that he ceases to be active in the affairs of the earth. The Buddha
    • affairs of practical life, convinced that security depends entirely
    • Francis of Assisi who withdraw altogether from the practical affairs
    • world and its affairs. But the content of Buddhism, which was not
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    • anything to do with those who had committed themselves to the affairs
    • saw the daughters of men that they were fair’ and took them wives;
    • form of a fairy story would, when that spirit reincarnated, have prepared
    • knowledge, which inspired these fairy stories, that is, the experience of
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    • the air and descend again with great force in a rain of fire. Hiram
    • these proceedings he is led to a flight of stairs in a room which is
    • very dimly lit. This staircase is so constructed that it moves and
    • staircase. Then the Brother Warden is asked: ‘Brother Senior
    • connected with trapdoors, moving stairways, etc. Those are procedures
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    • obvious that it will lead to a state of affairs in which the brothers
    • undergone these things themselves, and the whole affair is a
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    • content and form belong to the Whole. The state of affairs today is,
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    • body as every human has it. If you look at it clairvoyantly it has
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    • when we enter the higher planes clairvoyantly. We find Devas on the
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    • antipathies that the great world-embracing affairs of the human race
    • affairs of individual nations and even of individual creeds. His gaze
    • participant in the great affairs of the building of the earth. To do
    • affairs. They never impart anything other than impulses. Whenever we
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    • said this was impossible, Hiram made the mystical Tau sign in the air
    • of fiery rain. As Hiram, in despair, gives himself up for lost he is
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    • culture. They are the same as the three Kings in Goethe's fairy story
    • Therefore it was necessary to conduct the affairs of the Freemasons,
    • strength. Goethe portrayed them in his ‘Fairy Story’ as the Three
    • affairs of social life- that is the real secret surrounding the
    • Everyone inducted into the Lodge is given two pairs of gloves. He
    • puts one pair on himself; the other pair is to, be put on the lady of
    • his choice. By this is signified that the pair should only touch each
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    • generate these waves in the air and ether which corresponds
    • waves of the air; so that while we are speaking, astral
    • work we see how when the human being as a clairvoyant tries
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    • etheric bodies. Significant stimuli for clairvoyant
    • clairvoyance but abandon themselves to the ordinary
    • Clairvoyant vision of the death spectrum therefore brings
    • by clairvoyance is difficult for us, because in physical
    • the case in such affairs — an improvement is brought
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    • the aid of clairvoyant forces; — to have it related
    • clairvoyance must become entirely lost. but if that inner
    • clairvoyance, and it must be replaced by growing into
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    • chair and given the stamp of approval in the exam. This causes
    • the examiner and the learned chair-person for what is involved
    • affairs indulges particularly in scolding my style. This is
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    • in the outside air, working it through within ourselves, and then releasing
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    • this to be possible, spiritual science needs to breathe the air of freedom.
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    • clairvoyance these dogmas have emerged and one can say that
    • soul's abilities the powers of an instinctive clairvoyant
    • the greater affairs of life. Finally falsehood today itself has
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    • the starry constellations be perceived in human affairs? My
    • who sought for guidance in the conduct of affairs of human
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture I: Where and How Does One Find the Spirit?
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture II: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Exoteric
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    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily
    • Allow me now to explain the principal features of this fairy
    • talk on this fairy tale that one said to me: “I do not
    • know that in Goethe's works is a fairy tale.” Therefore,
    • Then come the most important words of the fairy tale: “I
    • fairy tale. Many people have also tried to interpret this or
    • of the solution of the fairy tale is contained in the fairy
    • the fairy tale only in the fairy tale itself, and it will be
    • contained in the fairy tale, even if in a peculiar way. The
    • pug to them. Then a very important feature of the fairy tale
    • the fairy tale: they are riddles! At first we can only feel a
    • little of that which lives in this fairy tale. However, if we
    • the fairy tale.
    • was inspired to write his fairy tale by that which Schiller
    • human being. Goethe pronounces the same in the fairy tale in
    • the single soul forces in the figures of his fairy tale. Goethe
    • answered to Schiller's question in his fairy tale, and we see
    • fairy tale. We see how the soul continually absorbs and
    • Knowledge has to mature. In the fairy tale, Goethe shows to us
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    • fairy tales or poetic works. Because I know that one held over
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.
    • objection to such an explanation of Goethe's fairy tale would
    • this or that. I would like to interpret the fairy tale not in
    • ideal contents of the fairy tale in the same sense as that
    • Fairy Tale of the Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily.
    • his fairy tale shows us this in the most remarkable sense.
    • objective would be contaminated, thereby that would be impaired
    • However, we must not be one-sided and unfair. It is correct if
    • representatives of these three initiations appear in his fairy
    • to know in the fairy tale is nothing else than the
    • is indicated how this takes place in the course of the fairy
    • figure. Thus, he created the process of the fairy tale that is
    • fairy tale, to characterise any figure, then I would have to
    • speak about this fairy tale not for three hours but for three
    • weeks. I can only give the deeper principles of this fairy
    • what way was this attained in the fairy tale? By fulfilling the
    • secret of the fairy tale. Schiller says, you can read the
    • solution of the fairy tale in the fairy tale itself. However,
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    • how, for example, a human being could sit on a chair in the
    • if anybody sat on a chair in the universe and saw everything
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    • Bible because clairvoyance will face clairvoyance in the Bible.
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    • rope in the air, let a little child climb up, until it becomes
    • elucidate the concept and the being of superstition fairly.
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VII: Issues of Nutrition in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • with clairvoyant consciousness the astral body is an internal
    • on a lower level and impairs the human being even more than
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VIII: Issues of Health in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • they maybe say, fresh air, light, or water help. These
    • whole organism against an impairment in it. An impairment has
    • itself against this impairment.
    • against the impairment. This is the principle of homeopathy:
    • With the person, who had migraine, one simply repaired the harm
    • can rely on the fact that after the repair a right efficient
    • explains how the air is in this or that region where this or
    • that sanitarium is located, how the air and the light work
    • because one believes that the air or the light have a
    • air, so that the sensation of hunger comes to him at the right
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    • paired exceptionally with cleverness. He goes now a little
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XI: The Invisible Human Members and Practical Life
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    • It is real to the clairvoyant like the physical body.
    • perceive this clairvoyantly. There the astral body exists as
    • big theorist. He knew the human physical body to a hair's
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    • choleric person. One does not need to be a clairvoyant. If one
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • is enough to drive one to despair! — This was the mood of
    • honestly and fairly for spiritual forces in nature, were
    • the external science in many respects who despairs, and who is
    • air and water and in silent wood.
    • true clairvoyance, where Faust enters the spiritual world and
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIV: Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Esoteric
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    • into the air all loudly tossing spray and foam.
    • the first stage of clairvoyance, the stage which the
    • clairvoyant experiences if he has brought the suitable
    • and etheric bodies at night, so that it becomes clairvoyant in
    • first stage of clairvoyance is something that can confuse the
    • metamorphoses. The clairvoyant human being enters this world
    • same almost applies if the clairvoyant human being comes into
    • clairvoyant keeps on developing, the objects take on other
    • spheres sounds. The clairvoyant experiences this after some
    • the physical world in a state of clairvoyance. One could
    • clairvoyant person. However, by what could one recognise this?
    • like the way the air smells fresh and green!
    • represents that in pictures what the clairvoyant consciousness
    • spiritual world and, hence, grows together in its clairvoyant
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVI: Isis and Madonna
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    • he? Nothing else than clairvoyance characterises him. Let us
    • clairvoyant consciousness does.
    • Egyptian initiate who attained clairvoyant abilities enters the
    • if it develops clairvoyant forces. Hence, the initiate is
    • Old European Clairvoyance
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    • examples, I want to show how in a certain field clairvoyant
    • recognising developed, that clairvoyant recognising which is
    • should today be talk of a clairvoyant recognising by natural
    • by strict training, by particular methods clairvoyant
    • want to speak of that clairvoyant recognising which has led, so
    • next time, it should be talk of those clairvoyant cognitive
    • nature. We can call it a lower clairvoyant consciousness in
    • times with the clairvoyant consciousness. The external object
    • clairvoyant consciousness perceived the environment internally.
    • This clairvoyant consciousness brought a soul quality in its
    • up the old, original clairvoyant condition. Any development is
    • clairvoyance projecting into our modern consciousness; but they
    • therefore, anomalous. If we point to the rests of clairvoyance,
    • we can easily characterise the old European clairvoyance that
    • distinguish it from the clairvoyance of the East. I want to
    • Which are the inheritances of the old clairvoyant state of
    • moment the student wakes and has upset the chair beside his
    • been awake, he would have seen the chair upset.
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    • original clairvoyance existed, and that the present
    • consciousness, from an old, clairvoyant ability. I have shown
    • that what the old clairvoyant could perceive in certain
    • clairvoyant observations and legends in Europe, indeed, certain
    • also again big differences because the clairvoyant abilities of
    • back to clairvoyant abilities, only in another way. They do not
    • natural clairvoyant talent, but the big uniform legends, which
    • full-conscious clairvoyance always existed. I want to give aA
    • killed Baldr who have killed the human clairvoyance, who have
    • clairvoyance of the initiates towered above the general old
    • clairvoyance. From druidic and drotten mysteries the European
    • higher clairvoyance than by the old mysteries. Here in Europe,
    • clairvoyance.
    • clairvoyant abilities of old Atlantis. However, what of the
    • fairly succeeded in that, the modest aim is attained which I
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 1: The Experience of Major and Minor
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    • in the air, some sort of abstraction as opposed to the living reality
    • oo = away. We have, then, in the gestures made in the air by
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 2: Experience and Gesture; the Intervals
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    • in the astral body and ego has its physical manifestation in air and
    • and ego they are then imparted to the air, to the organs of breathing
    • and everything connected with them; they are imparted to the air and
    • any body, [like] a volume of air, is compressed, it becomes warmer.
    • of expansion. In the oscillating air, that is to say, in the alternation
    • between condensed and rarefied air, there are continual fluctuations
    • on the waves of this air (which form the sound purely outwardly); warmth
    • is carried on the actual flowing waves of the air. The astral body is
    • active in the flowing air itself, and the ego lives in the warmth which
    • flows on the waves of the air. But the astral body and ego are not only
    • present in the air and warmth, they are also present in the fluid and
    • themselves to the air and warmth. Singing and speaking do in fact entail
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 4: The Progression of Musical Phrases; Swinging Over; the Bar Line
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    • first jump into the air and then you stand on the ground. This is what
  • Title: Eurthmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 5: Choral Eurythmy
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    • warm towards anyone who, with a certain instinctive flair, realizes
    • shall speak about this tomorrow. In movement the whole affair will become
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 6: The Sustained Note; the Rest; Discords
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    • the area which the air leaves free. The house will come about. That's
    • a fine state of despair. [40]
    • You see, such despair
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    • These things are not fairy tales. I chose
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 1: Probability and Chance
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    • to show you how he did it. He makes a fairly thorough job of it. He
    • melancholia, to a sense of despair about human life because of the great
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 2: Consciousness in Sleeping and Waking States
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    • for the clairvoyant, the human being is in the hollow part shown in
    • through an aura when we attain to clairvoyance in our sleep. We became
    • remnants of clairvoyance. An attempt was always made to reproduce the
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 3: Necessity and Chance in Historical Events
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    • relation to the world that he would have to despair of the possibility
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    • of clairvoyant knowledge has progressed to the point where he has loosened
    • that the spiritual energy underlying thinking changes when a clairvoyant
    • in this first stage of true clairvoyance.
    • of comparison the whole wide world of gnomes, the fairy folk that rules
    • water, air, and fire, and so on, this whole world of gnomes has the
    • If a clairvoyant person were to feel pain
    • and were then to perceive gnomes, as clairvoyants do, he would find
    • as much weight as the air they displace. In the case of water, a heavy
    • clairvoyant perception reports that what has now withdrawn into the inner
    • clairvoyance prevailed. The circulating air was outside. The human being
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    • sweeps over those who direct their clairvoyant gaze upon the abandoned
    • It is fair to say that the breath of life
    • I am not talking of private affairs, but it is a fact that we are living
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • tools are. Since I tell no fairy tales but something that the
    • nervous system that sleep, however, repairs. However, if you
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture V: The Meaning of Immortality of the Human Soul
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    • breathe: if they come into breathable air. You can also realise
    • inhaling the spiritual air in the spiritual world that develop
    • being is not born to despair, but that any look at the realm of
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    • despair.
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    • Shortly after the death of Voltaire (pen
    • clairvoyance, he could behold in the spiritual world. He saw
    • mythologies of the nations, even in the real fairy tales until
    • Voltaire lived in the middle of this
    • Voltaire with all his shining spiritual qualities, with his
    • life at the beginning of Voltaire's age to understand the
    • towards life originated in which Voltaire was put in his youth
    • soul. Thus, Voltaire's core was occupied, so to speak, by this
    • Voltaire faces us that shows us how in him completely a
    • the view of nature, as Voltaire did. Kant was devoted to the
    • Voltaire Kant is like the fullest consequence of the impulses
    • Voltaire did not yet have what Kant had to
    • impersonal. Thus, we see Voltaire conjuring up from his
    • Thus, in Voltaire's temperament and ramble
    • perpetually. If we consider Voltaire in such a way and turn the
    • world against himself strictly speaking. Voltaire searched a
    • space that can be up to the view of nature. Since Voltaire
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    • Greece. Homunculus is clairvoyant; he beholds everything that
    • abstraction would be clairvoyant if they beheld it in the
    • clairvoyant being in the spiritual world. However, a person
    • Homunculus as a clairvoyant being becomes
    • I like the way the air smells fresh and
    • then one can clairvoyantly behold this merging in waves.
    • Hail to Air and its soft
    • he becomes a millionaire and lives in a very strange way. I
    • However, even if he is a millionaire he
    • he builds a gigantic airship. I note once again: in 1887,
    • history of the dirigible airship! With this dirigible airship,
    • airship faster than the light does. But he is not content with
    • airship in the cosmic space, can look out with his huge
    • thundercloud, lightning strikes his airship, it cannot destroy
    • Thus, Homunculus is handed over with his airship to the
    • airship. —
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    • Hail to Air and its soft
    • The charred gigantic airship
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    • healthy so that it can oppose the inner breathing air what it
    • inhale not only the breathing air vividly, but transforms it
    • possible fairy tales are put in the world. For example, in the
    • newest fairy tale that was put to me on the table you can read
    • Another fairy tale tells that because of
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    • what is produced through shaping the air in speech. In this
    • one reads in fair detail what the author has managed to
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    • philosophical hairs. We are merely trying to indicate what life
    • is in their motor system. For example, the chair that a child
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    • eyes. There stands a man. He has black or blond hair. He has a
    • creatures of air every moment of our lives. One moment the air
    • around us is inside us, and in the next, the air within our
    • body is outside again. We are part of the surrounding air that
    • arranging different kinds of hairs, plucked from a human body,
    • true nature of hair. And because it seems almost too obvious,
    • one might easily neglect to relate the various types of hair to
    • at hair growing out of a human body. Earth and plants —
    • whole and look at the plants as if they were the hair growing
    • so the plants are linked to the Earth as if they were the hair
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    • me, again and again, full of despair because they cannot
    • concrete demonstrations can lead one to despair. There the aim
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    • that belongs to the fairyworld of nature, a love that has to be
    • pervaded with an air of graciousness, and, above all, the
    • calotte, is so often spoken of not with grace, but with an air
    • air it needs. These are the important points one has to
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    • this plan has worked fairly well. At that level it has been
    • I described to you in fair detail. These are all things that
    • world, unless that person can also repair a shoe or a boot if
    • to appreciate — these problems should also be aired. Any
    • come only if, for example, an American millionaire were to
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    • paired, and, second, such a scheme would not represent real
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    • know that, in speaking, air is moved. If we made a detailed
    • study of the forms of these air movements through which human
    • definite flow-form of out-streaming air corresponds to each
    • Air-forms that flow out more radially from a speaking person
    • Sounds that shape these air-gestures into waves of a more
    • moving-air gestures, just as we can see the human being in
    • seeing) we would be presented with a kind of air-image of the
    • air.
    • These air movements are being studied carefully. But instead of
    • air-gestures into speech or song, they are turned into gestures
    • This is why we do not express the more undulating forms of air
    • university chair the well-known Professor Curtius originally
    • quietly slipped into another university chair. Similar symptoms
    • air. To develop the gift of shaping air is most important in
    • recitation. When singing, one shapes the air. When reciting
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    • yellow windows, or into a dark room, or into a fairly light
    • the air, as it is today. What do you see? You see the so-called
    • earth and because there is air round the earth the sunbeams are
    • through watery air. But out there in universal space it is
    • there is light from the sun. The air and the moisture in the
    • air are illumined.
    • air into darkness. And therefore we can say: Darkness through
    • the blue through the illumined air of the earth. We see
    • Now when Goethe lived the affair had got to
    • professorial chair, then people are today frightfully
    • affair again. The ancients have said li
    • in the open air. During their sleep they were not exposed to
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    • burn it then it yields it, but if we only bring it into the air
    • despair, for the steamer continually revolved round itself.
    • so it is really such a remarkable affair as between North and
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    • before to use fairy tale imagery to the child, how processes of
    • affairs which needed to be organized on the earth round was not
    • `clairvoyance' of Steiner is nothing other than ordinary
    • his `clairvoyance.'”
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    • whole development of recent times this state of affairs has
    • proletarian is ordained to then occupy the chairs on which
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    • here too we must see: below, the water; above, the air.
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    • sea beneath and the air above, The forces that produce the ripples of
    • the waves are in the sea, in the air, and the rippled waves are only
    • has the rippled sea with regard to the storming air and the flood beneath
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    • from atavistic clairvoyance. In the ancient Mysteries everything was
    • which in itself is fairly worthless and stupid. It is by a C. H. Meray,
    • People nowadays are not inclined to consider what grows out of some affair
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    • which appeared as clairvoyant conceptions were aroused in the physical
    • body. This is the curious part of humanity's ancient clairvoyance; this
    • clairvoyance, these symbolic plastic ideas, although wholly relating to
    • kind of conceptions which reached the level of ancient clairvoyance,
    • place a chair in Cosmic space, set oneself down, and from it watch the
    • morning air, so will human souls feel refreshed for their spiritual
    • world — for have we not said the old dreamy clairvoyance of
    • that he became clairvoyant. Now we may say: the time has come when
    • Spiritual Science, still has the old clairvoyant powers arising out of
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    • impression is produced, when clairvoyant consciousness looks out into
    • its realization. The fact that clairvoyant consciousness sees these
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    • affair of the successive incarnations of man. The significance of
    • impair my evolution, for I do not remain as imperfect as I was when I
    • that Society the irresponsible untruth of the Jesuit fairy-tale.
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    • Cosmic element, just as we must permeate our physical being with air
    • an ordinary everyday phenomenon. We breathe the air in and we breathe
    • it out again: but thereby the air undergoes a change. When this air is
    • exhaled it is dead air; as exhaled air, it cannot be inhaled again, for
    • exhaled air is harmful. I only indicate this in order that you may
    • understand the meaning of the occult saying: ‘When the air enters
    • into man, it dies.’ That which is living in the air dies when it
    • enters into man. Death enters the air with every breath taken by man.
    • light as our lungs do in the case of the air; the light that enters
    • our earth-consciousness. Corporeally we kill the air; we kill also the
    • and the substance of water, air and heat; we then enter into the world
    • physical sound is a product of the air and is not the spiritual sound;
    • within us as the corpse of the light, of the heat, of the air, etc. It
    • He who looks at the plants with clairvoyant sight sees living spiritual
    • light into air-spirits; animals transform the spirit active in the
    • himself. This is absolutely true. Clairvoyant sight perceives how man
    • as those who joined Bernard of Clairvaux, and others, felt that the
    • affair. Through the whole course of the Jupiter cycle man will have to
    • Clairvoyant
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    • when such a backstairs politician as Christian Science twists into a
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    • be found in the time of atavistic clairvoyance, and even down into the
    • in Shakespeare where Hamlet says in his despair, that the earthly dust
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    • be clairvoyant. A person is driven to daily social intercourse because
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    • the affairs of the world are concerned — are in a similar situation
    • were standing still. Or if you are traveling in a train fairly fast,
    • this when after having lived a fairly good part of our life, we begin
    • by atavistic clairvoyance. They are corrected least of all in our age.
    • have a certain number of vibrations, that is, the air vibrates a certain
    • air: then you would hear nothing of the notes. The speed of your own
    • to homelessness, slavery and despair. One of the most spiritual peoples on
    • and canals have fallen into disrepair, and everywhere there stand as
    • North Sea. And a despairing horde, a spirit alien to European ways,
    • one can only say: World affairs would indeed develop as we have just
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    • non-clairvoyant, so in your case I have to recognize it as an attempt
    • any non-clairvoyant, so in your case I have to recognize it as an attempt
    • on the stairs leading up to the eurythmy room on Thursday, August 5,
    • of affairs, and on that same evening they composed this expression of
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    • population in various cities, that was a very different state of affairs
    • draped at a coquettish angle. In addition, his hair was swept back with
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    • in no way change the real state of affairs since our Society, unlike
    • That requires, however, that we all make the affairs of the Society
    • an interest in the Society as such. This means, however, that the affairs
    • This, however, requires a really vital interest in the affairs of the
    • to take an active interest in the affairs of the Society. This means
    • to a number of individuals about them. A vital interest in the affairs
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    • of a career in academic science when he became clairvoyant— only
    • at Swedenborg's clairvoyance, we can see how it is possible for a seer
    • and clairvoyant personality clearly illustrates how necessary it is
    • strongly enough that before his clairvoyance developed, Swedenborg was
    • variety of information gained through clairvoyant perception.
    • Whenever Swedenborg's gift of clairvoyance became active, he immediately
    • So far, Swedenborg's clairvoyant perception had always allowed him to
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    • I told you about Swedenborg and his clairvoyance, for in his own way,
    • Swedenborg was an extremely distinguished and advanced clairvoyant.
    • already said about him, it was characteristic of Swedenborg's clairvoyance
    • that people who want to develop their clairvoyance usually are not.
    • physical plane have this energy, which is somewhat similar to clairvoyant
    • Swedenborg's clairvoyance.
    • forces leading to clairvoyant vision are very intimately related to
    • clairvoyance is not something to be toyed with. Of course, what I have
    • to all kinds of clairvoyance people grab for in passing without working
    • that clairvoyance is not to be developed by simply applying a transformation
    • plane, is what makes people relate clairvoyance and sexual energies.
    • which were a significant symbol of this whole state of affairs.
    • Swedenborg's in any way put people striving for clairvoyance in danger
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    • affairs of anthroposophy with the conscientious exactitude I just mentioned.
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    • clairvoyant soul forces whose true figure I have already
    • nature. A clairvoyant knowledge developed in him that he could
    • special knowledge of the human being, but let the clairvoyant
    • clairvoyantly consider the way in which the single parts
    • and develops later into the great, also clairvoyant ideas about
    • in air and water and in silent wood.
    • the clairvoyant insight into nature. In a way any human being
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    • clairvoyance that was a mental quality of the human beings in
    • clairvoyance, but with a particular clairvoyant force which she
    • kind of clairvoyant, while we have to see in King Ahab a man
    • different levels of a clairvoyant development. With such a
    • the soul concerned attains this or that clairvoyant force. With
    • had the possibility to work. But Jezebel was a clairvoyant
    • often afraid. Elijah informed him about the state of affairs.
    • leave the Gilgal. I would like to quote the Bible to a hair's
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    • dies. One may say that just the fairest sense of truth and
    • beings, supposing that the second pair of the limbs was used
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    • soul and about a kind of clairvoyant consciousness, then we can
    • present form. Such a clairvoyant consciousness can perceive in
    • knowledge as the first level of clairvoyant knowledge who makes
    • representation has not come about maybe by clairvoyance but by
    • recognise these clairvoyant experiences that the human beings
    • clairvoyant, not yet completed Imagination, no mere
    • clairvoyant consciousness disappeared gradually and a full,
    • clairvoyantly, but that at the same time he was less aware of
    • Medusa's head with poisonous snakes in place of hair. Then it
    • still clairvoyantly beheld the birth of Chrysaor and Pegasus by
    • clairvoyance. Pegasus is the personification of imagination.
    • human being from the old clairvoyant culture, but that it had
    • history. We see that the old clairvoyance had to be blunted by
    • clairvoyant consciousness that was still a higher one than the
    • something of the old clairvoyant consciousness has remained
    • old clairvoyance, because already the conditions of the
    • conscience, it is only an heirloom of the old clairvoyant
    • from the old clairvoyant consciousness — from which
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    • on the bottom of every human soul a kind of innate clairvoyance
    • clairvoyant knowledge which existed in ancient times and which
    • clairvoyant knowledge gradually changed into our knowledge.
    • Since the old clairvoyant consciousness lacked our logical
    • originally clairvoyant human soul gained was continued up to
    • clairvoyance purely by itself. We realise that this old culture
    • while it develops from the old clairvoyant knowledge. We
    • clairvoyance the culture of the thinking, the logic arises with
    • turn back to the ancient culture and its clairvoyant
    • fairy tale; this is a fact that shows that the big facts have
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    • they sound when the oscillations of the air that are the
    • mantle of air became to him a big organism, also the whole
    • chair of philosophy in Königsberg up to the seventies of
    • knowledge was his destiny, his life affair. With a fervent soul
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    • events. As the vacuum sucks in the air, an emptiness achieved
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    • processes which oscillate through the air to the other person,
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    • that also the air that forms our atmosphere today will be
    • with this liquefied air in form of a sea. The cold will change
    • liquefied air, which will be a sea, gaseous light bodies will
    • resistance of the air for the present organism.
    • superstitious or theoretical-mystic sense about clairvoyance,
    • but in the exact sense, this clairvoyance is nothing but the
    • off their hoses, for example, describe the scene to a hair's
    • on metaphysics and the Henriade (epic poem by Voltaire,
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    • a hair's breadth, of course. It is as it were a demand that the
    • explained how one attains true clairvoyance.
    • actually clairvoyant, spiritual-scientific human being.
    • times, when many human beings still had a certain clairvoyance.
    • Indeed, we can also impair the reflection. If we breathe on the
    • The whole difference of the real clairvoyance from the usual
    • the corporeality, whereas the activity of the clairvoyant is so
    • woven of that by which the clairvoyant perceives; so that for
    • something similar as the clairvoyance is, only the latter is
    • happens if it is not repaired. Thus, it would be if the soul
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    • spiritual world is an intimate affair of the soul, and that it
    • hopeless, finally, can despair, and feel desolate and void. A
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    • transition from the old clairvoyant state to the today's state
    • times. If anybody asks, how can one prove the old clairvoyant
    • by our reason, removed the ancient clairvoyant spiritual
    • The old clairvoyant consciousness appeared in different forms
    • peoples. Hence, the unity of the old clairvoyant consciousness
    • the ancient clairvoyance other views of the single soul forces
    • the influence of his clairvoyant talent. He did not feel such
    • clairvoyance. Everything that the Egyptian culture delivered to
    • clairvoyant forces, which the Egyptian priest sages and the
    • the old vague clairvoyance for a long time of the human
    • replace the old clairvoyance. However, I have also already
    • mentioned that both kinds combine in future: the clairvoyant
    • interweaved by clairvoyant force is general for the human
    • lighted up in the way of the old clairvoyants. That is, indeed,
    • clairvoyance with him. With him, it was the first new impulse
    • had beyond clairvoyance, he had this within it. The knowledge
    • was transported to clairvoyant states by the influence which he
    • clairvoyant knowledge of the Egyptians.
    • given to Moses in clairvoyant way a new consciousness of the
    • what revealed itself to Moses first by clairvoyant cognition
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    • in the air. Certainly, the human being belongs with all that he
    • intellectual from the clairvoyant-dreamlike must be searched in
    • clairvoyance is also connected with the big cosmic laws which
    • beings could become conscious. Thus, the ancient clairvoyant
    • the earth. If we ascend clairvoyantly to that what external
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    • devout and give the human being real clairvoyance because of
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    • many postmen climbing so and so many stairs. It is social
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    • reproducing one, then such a judgement, would be impaired by
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    • air brings my words through your organ of hearing into your
    • soul. While I am speaking here, this whole airspace is filled
    • air, which is somewhat coarse in relation to many other and
    • the air is. I point only to the ether, although our
    • phonograph. While these sound waves pass here in the air
    • had developed these abilities only, a certain clairvoyant
    • the air, if the trees rustled. This was the language of nature.
    • clairvoyant than the Atlantean. He had a gigantic willpower; he
    • distribution of rain and sunshine, air and water as today.
    • There was another air saturated with water. There was not yet
    • dreamlike, clairvoyant being with a peculiar intellectual
    • worldview. Perhaps, in no other worldview the clairvoyant view
    • element, something clairvoyant, something of the spirit flowing
    • clairvoyant element intermingled in the most different way, and
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    • Assisi, Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153) or others. The student
    • only the ability to look clairvoyantly at the world but already
    • the mixture, he can do it or not. The principle does not impair
    • that a right and fair balance must take place in life that
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    • holy mysteries of Greece. In his work Sanctuaires
    • the noble pair that gained freedom because it was expelled and
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    • Then we come down to the air, Vayu, then to the water and,
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    • silhouette a recollection of a former clairvoyance and a
    • prophecy of a later clairvoyance of the whole humanity.
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    • Among the Celts, the old clairvoyance was preferably home, the
    • this affair Dionysus originates. The Greek culture arises from
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    • from it. This vague clairvoyance descended into darkness and
    • physical vision, so that the full awake clairvoyance of the
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    • the spirit, he spiritualises his breath, his life air. With it,
    • objects. However, he does not come fairly far; he reaches a
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    • scientific from the chairs, but from the dark intuitiveness of
    • time if one fairly wants to read his writings. If you read
    • being still lived in air and water. The earth, the surroundings
    • be contained as steam in the air. At that time, the living
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    • inside he was clairvoyant, so that he could clairvoyantly
    • fourth day, and the clairvoyant human being became aware of
    • this clairvoyantly. He saw himself now. This was his
    • did no longer behold the world clairvoyantly. The point in time
    • happened when the clairvoyant human being could perceive
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    • gain an insight into human affairs through quite a
    • affairs had gone any further even free these last
    • physical affairs, and at the same time with a little
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    • spiritual science, will indeed have to despair of all
    • of the human being. Therefore they will have to despair
    • show a kind of despair of the possibility of one's really
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    • character might better be inventing an air pump to keep
    • me, truth reigns in external events, for that affair is
    • whatever arises as a possible hindrance to these airs.
    • thing that could happen, for the state of affairs that
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    • clairvoyants. What is now an initiate in the narrower sense?
    • exists. For it is not necessary to be a clairvoyant to
    • For clairvoyance is
    • without clairvoyance, not without developing the spiritual eyes
    • count that one has to be clairvoyant to understand the things
    • the non-clairvoyant one, but to someone who does not want to
    • everything that occult science says without being clairvoyant
    • worlds is a clairvoyant. In olden times that are not so long
    • ago, a strict separation existed of clairvoyants and initiates
    • the knowledge of the higher worlds without being a clairvoyant
    • one could be a clairvoyant without being an initiate to an
    • the learnt man knows. Thus, there can also be clairvoyants who
    • knowledge of them. Hence, one differentiated clairvoyants and
    • not made clairvoyant to advance further. The others got the
    • initiates and clairvoyants.
    • separation of clairvoyants and initiates can no longer be
    • possibility to attain a certain degree of clairvoyance. For the
    • possible that one heard from a special kind of clairvoyants
    • clairvoyant abilities. Hence, a third kind, the adepts can
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    • the air electrically conducting or causing a certain change of
    • example, such radiations which make the air electric, and which
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    • moved air. However, we are not allowed to go behind the
    • what one can attain by the methods of clairvoyance and
    • spiritual science concern me, because I am no clairvoyant? He
    • clairvoyance, but, because he does not apply his thinking
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    • clairvoyant who is able to behold into the extrasensory worlds
    • the spiritual worlds. Clairvoyance and initiation are necessary
    • judgement that the things are right. Clairvoyance is necessary
    • thinking, you never can go fairly beyond this sensory world.
    • first. These accept tones that make the air vibrate. The air is
    • thereby set in motion in this hall. The oscillations of the air
    • well as the human being is able today to form the air and make
    • arise that what lives in his soul in the oscillating air, he
    • are trained with the clairvoyance and clairaudience, so that
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    • thinking that he could be busted in the air if the powder
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    • works in such a way — I tell no fairy tales and emphasise
    • upstairs and downstairs. How much work one would save if the
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    • independent, not as plant and hair only a part of an organism.
    • into the air all loudly tossing spray and foam.
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    • penetrates us, as light and air penetrate the space. For the
    • spiritual world that is in our environment as the air is round
    • us. Who still has no idea of the fact that air is round him,
    • transparent air before himself, and clouds form in this
    • transparent air, as the effect of cooling. What was transparent
    • before in the air. I have seen nothing of it! The first I saw
    • water was distributed invisibly in the air, is condensed to
    • chair in the space and watch the Hyperborean human being, he
    • larynx in motion. The air here in this room is set in
    • anything, the thought sounds there, it is embodied in the air,
    • thoughts in the air today, he will embody himself by the organ
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture XIV: The Hell
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    • Tarry remain — you are so fair!
    • Tarry remain — you are so fair!” is an expression by
    • so fair!”
    • moment: tarry remain — you are so fair!”
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture XV: The Heaven
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    • succeeded in liquefying the air. They have succeeded in showing
  • Title: The Social Question as a Question of Consciousness: Lecture 1
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    • review. Naturally for each of us it is possible to intervene in affairs
    • the time, what is already there, and not build castles in the air. Our
    • much now depends upon their impartial judgment of this state of affairs.
    • of man's soul something is calling upon him to understand such an affair
  • Title: The Social Question as a Question of Consciousness: Lecture 2
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    • capable of gripping hold of the everyday affairs of human beings.
    • account if at first the affair does not go as one had imagined, it need
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    • or not but how much truth man wants. And the whole affair is coloured
  • Title: The Social Question as a Question of Consciousness: Lecture 4
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    • democrats also were invited. The Chairman on closing would say: “I
    • contribute. And at the end the Chairman would ask middle-class members
  • Title: The Social Question as a Question of Consciousness: Lecture 6
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    • of affairs to say: this is not a healthy society we are living in, but
    • spiritual sphere, the administration of the affairs of spiritual culture,
    • the most ordinary affairs of men. They wonder what the remedy may be
    • thoughts are the basis of all human affair. It is, however, inherent
    • in human life that these affairs gradually grow farther and farther
    • tables and chairs. So you would have to betake yourself with your tables
    • and chairs to the market , and try, for example, to get rid of a chair
    • has no need to take his chairs to market, but sells his wares to those
    • affairs. We must be able to get back to what today will create a healthy
    • strife about the spirit but not about affairs of, the economic life.
  • Title: The Social Question as a Question of Consciousness: Lecture 7
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    • with the physical organ. Formerly, in the time of atavistic clairvoyance,
  • Title: The Social Question as a Question of Consciousness: Lecture 8
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    • are closely connected with the most important affairs of mankind. The
    • God or ideas only hovering in the air like a spider's web — but
    • idea. You sit there in your chairs; in the sense of Hegel's philosophy
    • sitting there on those chairs. Then again within you is the idea in
  • Title: The Karma of the Individual and the Collective Life of Our Time, Goethe
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    • affair with Frederica, the pastor's daughter at Sesenheim. His
    • heart is very, very much engaged in this affair. Various moral
    • affair between Goethe and Frederica of Sesenheim
    • Within the silent copse, the air, the water.‘ ...
  • Title: The Cyclic Movement of Sleeping and Waking
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    • attention to this: The air which you carry within you at one
    • moment, is outside you in the next moment, and another air is
    • to yourself: All around us is not only light and air, but the
  • Title: Insertion of Early Human Destiny into Extraterrestial Relationships
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    • times as it is to-day; that the leaders of human affairs were
    • again; and through the pulsations in the air which thus arise
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • around us like the air. What a man has produced, in a life of strenuous
    • compared with someone living in air which is too thin.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • affairs of the time. However, the article leaves one with a peculiar
    • just mentioned. One asks in despair if a man in his position can really
    • air, within an air-pump; there you see how air streams into nothingness.
    • the air pump as containing a substance that forced in the air. That
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • soul. In the sense of ancient atavistic clairvoyance this is an absolutely
    • though in decreasing strength, atavistic, imaginative clairvoyance.
    • we would be conscious, not of inhaling air, but of taking in the force
    • clairvoyance, that Christ was there above in the spiritual world and
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • of millionaires, there were the dilettante and the aesthetes and also
    • Hermann Bahr split hairs. He consults Grimm's dictionary to get to the
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    • of all former atavistic clairvoyance, does owe its existence to slow
    • clairvoyant consciousness which disappeared as the time of the Mystery
    • as atavistic clairvoyance. But as the time of the Mystery of Golgotha
    • The ancient clairvoyant
    • clairvoyance. As we have seen, when the time of the Mystery of Golgotha
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • the spirit is present, only it is not put on the agenda when human affairs
    • affairs. He was not alone, quite a few others in key positions were
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    • once possessed atavistic clairvoyance and that this made his consciousness
    • a residue of this clairvoyance persisted right into later centuries
    • into the 17th century a vestige of the ancient clairvoyance was still
    • weakened, it was clearly a remnant of the former atavistic clairvoyance
    • clairvoyance. The reason not much is known about it is because people
    • describe what appeared to their clairvoyant vision to the extent of
    • light, which is almost as dull as the old clairvoyance was and, when
    • to voice one, she tries to treat him fairly. Others usually dismiss
    • remained quite unimpaired by the later intermediate incarnation and
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • possibly bring Schiller's aesthetic letters, Goethe's Fairy Tale
    • with pain and despair to see one's contemporaries turn instead, for
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • of stairs — I do not know the technical Catholic term for so doing.
    • such as: Why do the spiritual powers not intervene in the affairs on
    • to make one despair! Spirit is supposed to manufacture the germs and
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture I
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    • following state of affairs existed at the time of these
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture II
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    • air which is in your body now was outside it a moment ago, and
    • it will soon be outside again. The air which is outside your
    • body and the air inside your body constitute a whole. The real
    • state of affairs is that there is an aery ocean, and when man
    • human being. The air is absorbed, and it penetrates and fills
    • immediately dissolves again in the ocean of air. An aeriform
    • the earth's ocean of air; they felt that they were united with
    • etheric body, air is under the influence of the astral body,
    • They knew that we don't just breathe air in through our
    • our hair and skin. Just as someone who is. watching his
    • breathing feels that air is entering his respiratory organs, so
    • the air which is going through him, for when he breathes in a
    • air streaming in and out of them was taken hold of by magical,
    • was in something which controls the forces in the air from his
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture III
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    • of affairs in this area, it's no doubt quite important to ask
    • air. Differentiation also occurs within as man becomes filled
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture IV
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    • earthly affairs. Where everything which greater or lesser
    • to an ancient, dreamy state of clairvoyance the most, for the
    • clairvoyance; The people, who preserved and made a tradition
    • out of this dreamy clairvoyance didn't think that what the day
    • them with the help of these ocean beings and air beings. Here
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture IX
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    • when other communications which don't proceed f