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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • progress consciously, clearly, and with insight, if we wish to
    • Thus there will gradually awake in woman a consciousness similar to
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • problem of the thinking individual. In conscious awareness he
    • satisfies his nutritional needs with a conscious surety as
    • created inwardly. The inner activity of consciousness particularly
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • conscious will is absent; in the other there is no thought, no
    • sleep as regards the outer physical world; daytime consciousness at
    • sleep-consciousness. Human beings need also to dream by day if they do
    • deeds of men in waking consciousness too can be directly productive of
    • spiritual world. Realisation of this should make him conscious of his
    • consciousness of our worth as human beings, the right attitude of
    • something otherwise present in sleep-consciousness only, flows into
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • consciously into connection with the deed he does, and also that he forms
    • when a man consciously changes his handwriting, he is obliged to pay
    • The change, and the conscious attention it would involve, would result in
    • a strong force within me. When you thus place yourself in consciousness
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • the life of the universe with an enhanced selfconsciousness. Indeed,
    • consciousness, he could feel how God descended upon his soul, how his
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • from a cavern in a stately procession. They are fully self-conscious and
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • receptive, is that which is able to develop its consciousness in the
    • memory, and his Ego-consciousness has awakened, is it at all possible
    • after the awakening of the Ego-consciousness will there be any great
    • of the Ego-consciousness, though it be only a glimmer, and when we are
    • plane. Man, in fact, only enters the physical plane consciously when
    • the awakening of his Ego-consciousness. In our present post-Atlantean
    • consciousness. This pre-knowledge is crowded into a time of life when
    • the process does not yet depend upon our consciousness but works as an
    • unconscious impulse towards the upright position.
    • Ego-consciousness has awakened, is destined by means of the rudiments
    • later to consciousness, can raise himself upright. In order that man
    • Ego-consciousness awakens, the awakening coming after he has learnt to
    • within the unconscious nature and that the Christ-Force lives in the
    • time to permeate it with consciousness. Quite unconsciously man learnt
    • in the Atlantean epoch. Quite unconsciously he took in the
    • understand what it was that he had thus taken in unconsciously in
    • not yet fully conscious but in a condition preparatory to the
    • attainment of full consciousness, had to be led to revere what dwells
    • to point to the Christ, awakened to consciousness the super-earthly
    • beings of that day were in an exalted state of consciousness. In the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • of selflessness, and what He may become for the conscious development
    • relation to all the activities of our consciousness soul, we must first
    • conscious life is and must be on its way to unselfishness. In a certain
    • should be painfully conscious that we have eyes. Today, however,
    • cannot say that we can give this strength to ourselves consciously. It
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • in detail and bring them into our field of consciousness. These should
    • the center of our full consciousness, so that for a longer period we
    • of the senses ebbs away. Then we lose consciousness. In concentration,
    • different from sleep. In fact, it could be called fully conscious
    • sleeping. Whereas in sleep the darkness of unconsciousness floods the
    • purely inner consciousness. From then on, he can make sense of a
    • arises in an unconscious and pathological manner from within, and the
    • consciously. Adding this exercise in devotion to the first, he will
    • light are not dimmed when we consciously penetrate the secrets of the
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • the subconscious of the soul up to the present time, when it is
    • increasingly becoming a conscious force. So we can see in the
    • If the soul does not consciously seek initiation as delineated in
    • has been replaced by a more conscious elevation that can best be
    • state of consciousness that resembles sleep, but only on the surface.
    • conscious effort and climb to initiation in a way similar to that
    • itself into the subconscious of the Maid of Orleans and inspiring her
    • war in man's conscious history, this phenomenon is present to a
    • somebody who sacrifices his life for his people is not fully conscious
    • death confirm in a more or less conscious way that there is a
    • the Christ impulse could bear on the subconscious from the spiritual
    • impulse must continue to bear on man, but more on his consciousness.
    • When spirit-conscious souls down here harken to the hidden sounds of
    • Consciously, with inner eyes.
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • consciousness of the attitude of soul that is part and parcel of
    • that we are speaking to souls consciously associated with us —
    • nature. We must all be conscious that our Movement is significant not
    • spiritual worlds. Again and again, in full consciousness, we should
    • consciousness or spiritual soul. But what will give to external
    • work, so in the sixth epoch a common consciousness will lay hold of
    • epoch it is the consciousness or spiritual soul that has developed in
    • materialistic consciousness have laid hold of the human being. This
    • of men, just as now the consciousness soul is being developed. The
    • consciousness soul develops in the souls of the fifth epoch. We may
    • such a thought is to permeate ourselves with the consciousness of the
    • brothers. What matters most of all is to become conscious of the true
    • and more out of community life, we must in turn become conscious of a
    • of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch is the consciousness soul. The task
    • consciousness. This is the task of the present age. Compare this epoch
    • consciousness of living within a group soul. A man who was born and
    • in full consciousness, make preparation for communities into which he
    • be introduced by the consciousness soul. This is not the mission of
    • that this is so; only his consciousness of it is, for the most part,
    • into a community of men permeated with the consciousness of
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • a certain sense those who are conscious of the riddles presented by life in
    • is that inhabits the human soul in the form of consciousness; nay more, we
    • is incapable of understanding matter and consciousness, the two poles so to
    • evolution can raise profound questions into consciousness, but that the
    • wrote his “Philosophy of the Unconscious.” It was not even
    • the term is open to objection — the “Unconscious.” He
    • as the “Philosophy of the Unconscious.” Many were the rejoinders
    • consciousness through personal experience, be accepted by spiritual research
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • Consciousness Soul.]
    • consciousness. Again and again I must emphasise this; it is a truth
    • tendencies to evil — are subconsciously present in all men.
    • the fifth Post-Atlantean age, has in his subconsciousness the
    • develop the conscious Spiritual Soul, their function is to call forth
    • experience the spiritual life through the conscious Spiritual Soul.
    • own inner demon, by which he is possessed in his subconsciousness, had
    • instilled it all into his consciousness. On the one hand the things
    • spring forth directly, at the surface of consciousness; on the other,
    • subconscious into the conscious life. Indeed, we must say that what comes
    • consciously. But for the moment the permanent way is badly laid, and
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • Consciousness Soul. Other soul forces have been especially evolved in
    • himself, of lifting into the full light of consciousness much of that
    • is to raise that which is instinctive to the plane of consciousness.
    • to achieve a conscious result one must make an inward effort, above
    • avoid this, he does not willingly take a conscious part in the shaping
    • only be thought of as mere unconscious instincts since when we speak
    • the age of the Consciousness Soul and that these drives seek to press
    • up into consciousness.
    • people of our present day consciousness during sleep. You are, in so
    • consciousness as a social impulse. When you know this, you do not need
    • one person to dull the consciousness of the other so that a social
    • our interchange with one another leads to dulling the consciousness of
    • subconsciously of course, but it nevertheless actually penetrates our
    • arrangements seem far-fetched from the seemingly wise consciousness of
    • or Consciousness Soul in which man must become independent. But on
    • development in this time, for consciousness to be present. It would
    • the backbone of our anthroposophical thought and consciousness should
    • be nursed, must be consciously cared for. And in our day this becomes
    • acquired consciously in working with one's soul forces, while formerly
    • must be done so that social life and forms are consciously established
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • already present in human beings, subconsciously, by the end of the
    • reality, testified to the existence of this subconscious longing. Why
    • consciousness all that was alive within his soul. Indeed, the great
    • consciousness in a truly spiritual way what was spiritually alive in Goethe.
    • selfconsciousness. And so the bourgeoisie in Middle Europe were imbued
    • present in their consciousness.
    • were able to lift more of their subconsciousness into consciousness,
    • the sphere of his subconsciousness, and the materialistic trend in his
    • upper consciousness is more and more sharply at variance with the
    • impulses that are astir in his subconsciousness. In order to
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • inner struggle going on the whole time in the unconscious between a soul
    • he has been doing so. He did it as an unconscious process. The capacity
    • cannot carry out unconsciously any more by means of our blood, we have
    • to carry out consciously. We have to educate ourselves to do consciously
    • what was simply done unconsciously by man's blood in the past. For the
    • were no means of resorting to doing consciously what was once done
    • unconsciously by the blood?
    • must be put into practice to the point of making us conscious that man's
    • a strong, conscious capacity to re-experience later in life, as though with
    • the blood, whereas now it has to be brought to consciousness. It certainly
    • learned. Comparing this with our present-day consciousness it would be
    • unconsciously, some people learning more and others less, according to
    • its power. This activity, too, has to be replaced by more consciousness.
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • into the general consciousness.
    • strongly pictorial than we are consciously aware of to begin with, for
    • means that, without being conscious of it, we look into a void, a
    • the retrospective survey, although we are not directly conscious of it
    • because consciousness is focused entirely on the pictures left by
    • waking life. But this consciousness is inwardly strengthened through
    • empty places; this constitutes the source of our consciousness in so
    • far as it is inward consciousness. We would lose ourselves entirely in
    • organic conditions, dreamless sleep imparts to us the consciousness of
    • waking consciousness we perceive the external world. Through dreams we
    • the waking consciousness and as states of consciousness become ever
    • below the ordinary consciousness we come to those chaotic
    • This is how we must think of the field of consciousness. We should not
    • speak of having only the ordinary waking consciousness any more than
    • We must remember that ordinary consciousness is actually present, that
    • have this day-consciousness only. For the solid body is permeated by
    • again the clear day-consciousness is permeated by the
    • dream-consciousness, yielding pictures which have no sharp outlines
    • but fluctuating outlines, for consciousness here itself becomes
    • We have also a third state of consciousness, the dark consciousness of
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • self-consciousness, in his inner life. As a rule no such bridge is
    • We also studied consciousness at its different levels. As I said
    • yesterday, it is usual to take account only of the consciousness known
    • experience this whole nexus of consciousness as something which, in
    • experiences in the domain of consciousness to the other objects of
    • consciousness too, we know from ordinary life that in addition to the
    • waking consciousness, there is dream-consciousness, and we heard
    • point us to our organism; the consciousness of dreamless sleep is, as
    • united with the body. So from the ordinary consciousness which has
    • dream-consciousness which has to do with actual bodily processes. We
    • strongly when we pass into the consciousness of dreamless sleep. Thus
    • To external perception and for ordinary consciousness these sources of
    • deepest levels of subconsciousness is actually the primal source of
    • entirely hidden from ordinary consciousness, but it is there within
    • These processes are withdrawn from the field of man's consciousness
    • we are endowed with self-consciousness and are able to think about the
    • conscious of the universe as a corpse only, and it is this that makes
    • today and has already penetrated into the general consciousness of
    • consciousness that anyone who does not base his own world-view upon it
    • conscious effort. And if we enquire how those who were able to
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • gives us the consciousness of our essential manhood is connected with
    • in the very centre of our consciousness, drawing them there with a
    • reason why they appear real to our consciousness is because they are
    • love. Here our consciousness is, so to speak, held at bay, it
    • — a realm of darkness for our consciousness — where the will
    • ordinary consciousness as what takes place in deep sleep, in dreamless
    • thoughts themselves that are in our consciousness are still only
    • ordinary consciousness. Ancient traditions spoke here of Power
    • thoughts. In our ordinary consciousness we live in an element by means
    • consciousness rebounds when confronted by what ancient traditions
    • indeed permeated by thoughts; but the ordinary consciousness does not
    • what consciousness conceives of in abstractions is an actual factor in
    • consciousness clings so firmly that it can do no other than conceive
    • It is reality for the ordinary consciousness, and when it obviously
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • been killed by all that arose with the modern consciousness of humankind.
    • Let us become conscious of this most intimate task! Let us go in spirit to
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • consciousness through a right understanding of the Whitsun festival.
    • touches man can be brought before our consciousness in the most
    • of the world which will be permeated by full human consciousness.
    • man to man in external words. People were conscious of inward
    • until falling asleep again man lives in a wide-awake consciousness,
    • beings, whose consciousness was more mature, during the age of ancient
    • instinctive clairvoyance and dreaming consciousness.
    • consciousness in profane feeling.
    • consciousness out of man's inner being.
    • earth. These “a priori” experiences rise in an unconscious
    • way out of our inner being into the sphere of consciousness. Unless
    • actions, for his social life, he has still another unconscious
    • in outer space. The soul then lives as it will live consciously in
    • Human consciousness thus looks back here to the Tree of Paradise, to
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • consciousness of to-day.
    • lived in the general consciousness of mankind. The earth was seen in
    • self-consciousness that was fully detached from the external world.
    • to-day. Self-consciousness has grown steadily stronger in the course of
    • enhanced self-consciousness; which means, that his detachment from the
    • And this experience brings man to greater consciousness of self. The
    • to a strengthening of the consciousness of self.
    • strengthening of self-consciousness. Rather had it the tendency to
    • outlook; hence his self-consciousness did not grow. He remained more
    • Consciousness of self he derived from his instincts, and from the
    • the development of thinking; and the consciousness of self has grown
    • system, he would “faint” in his soul; his consciousness of
    • strong and vigorous will strengthens also the consciousness of self.
    • which a highly-developed consciousness of self is required.
    • consciousness. For the tremendous experiences that await him there
    • and he acquires also a strong consciousness of self that enables him
    • thought and the feeling of freedom and a stronger selfconsciousness,
    • Out of an instinctive feeling that was conscious and yet at the same
    • time unconscious, Goethe rejected utterly the separation of the being
    • if the soul becomes conscious, in a healthy manner, of its own real
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  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • being able to claim that any conscious impulses are racing effect. In
    • these operations of the will are as withdrawn from human consciousness
    • his conscious mental life; the fact is that this spirituality is at
    • unconsciousness.
    • rise into our consciousness inasmuch as we can form mental concepts
    • conscious of its effects. That is one aspect of the will.
    • consciousness of it.
    • consciousness is concerned it has really only the intensity of a
    • consciousness; the two poles of the will rise into this intensified
    • consciousness and in it both the inner will and the outer will are
    • unconscious realms. They press upwards from the sleeping will. It is
    • consciousness of what lies in the will that works in our organism
    • ordinary consciousness — on yonder side of the Threshold. He who comes
    • which, were they to gain control in the conscious life of a man, would
    • good. What is radically evil when it breaks into our conscious life,
    • must become conscious wisdom, that what has sunk into the
    • subconsciousness, into purely organic activity and even into
    • consciousness. We must re-discover the Sun-Mystery.
    • example — worked in the world out of a direct consciousness that the
    • is brought into the clear light of consciousness, only when men can
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • receiving into himself consciousness of his breathing, is meant to be
    • is no longer conscious that the original primordial sentence has been
    • the threshold of his consciousness. In ordinary consciousness memories
    • how, beneath the threshold of consciousness, there lives what may be
    • Let us say that here we have the boundary between the conscious and
    • the unconscious, red representing the conscious, blue the
    • unconscious. If a person sees something belonging to the outer world
    • are thrown back, and he experiences it in his consciousness. What he
    • also bears of his own being beneath the threshold of consciousness he
    • waking state. It remains unconscious and essentially forms the actual
    • never recognized at all by ordinary consciousness; it recognizes only
    • normally lies beneath the threshold of consciousness, we will hear
    • physical body we unconsciously bear a reflection of the cosmic
    • subconscious. But as the child develops, forces press upwards within
    • instinctive consciousness of those ancient days. In the alphabet we
    • Since then Christian consciousness still preserves this primeval
    • consciousness in an abstract way by consecrating individual days to
    • wisdom. And there was something of quite a dim consciousness connected
    • spheres of learning lies a half conscious recognition of something,
    • experience. The astronomy in the subconscious then became something
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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • although we are not conscious of this fact. In our eyes, for example,
    • time to which he can remember back, with ordinary consciousness, in
    • independently and yet side by side for modern consciousness today, are
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • conscious evolution these words have expressed three great ideals:
    • In earthly life the human being is conscious of his physical body, but
    • that a feeling for truth is connected with our consciousness of the
    • intellectual consciousness that is a characteristic quality in the
    • unconsciously. He is then led, unconsciously, to ascribe to himself a
    • Of this modern man is all unconscious. When the Greek approached his
    • conscious of an inner, glowing warmth, of a kind of inner sunlight. It
    • experiences in earlier times — remain unconscious in man to-day, for
    • unconscious depths of his soul at any rate — a feeling for
    • can only be forged in the depths of unconscious life when man glows
    • self-interest, conscious only of what is living within his own being.
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • earlier peoples. Their pictorial consciousness gradually diminished during
    • modern consciousness which is intellectual, conceptual. Our own historical
    • the developing Consciousness Soul. It is that time when man will step fully
    • will then bring him fully to free consciousness of the Self.
    • nowadays we live in a time in which conscious inner life must replace them.
    • more conscious form. Yet we find that man, in spite of his higher soul-life
    • And man needs to be conscious of how his own soul-life should he placed
    • further into the development of the Consciousness Soul. A man should be
    • change as far as my consciousness is concerned would be simply to abandon
    • pictures of mineral, plant and animal. With his dreamlike consciousness, he
    • exclusively pictorial consciousness. I have often spoken about this. He did
    • not yet possess the intellectual consciousness which we have today. In
    • in ancient times, man's consciousness after death was an intellectual one;
    • men had a dreamy pictorial consciousness on earth, whereas nowadays we have
    • an intellectual consciousness. Then after death, they grew into an
    • intellectual consciousness which enabled them, once free of the body, to
    • picture-consciousness. If however he obeys the imperative ‘Know
    • is a strange thing that this type of consciousness occurred after death in
    • panorama of past life spread out before us. In a sense this consciousness
    • super-sensible for the development of the Consciousness Soul.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • being is not consciously active. Its work extends into this
    • unconscious activity, right into the growth activity, into the daily
    • conscious manifestation. Today I would like to describe to you the
    • complete unconsciousness occurs with the destruction of the human
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • become conscious of all this). The reason for this confusion is that the
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • To ordinary consciousness this may seem true, but in reality it is not
    • unable to do anything consciously at all. We should not even recognize
    • darknesses you would have no consciousness of ‘I.’ You owe the
    • life truly, we shall not say that we owe our consciousness of self to the
    • form of human consciousness — we call ourselves an ‘I,’ this
    • most part quite unconscious — which none the less play the greatest
    • imaginable part in our lives. What we are conscious of, is after all
    • subconscious thread running through it all. Unconscious forces were
    • In earthly life, as to his conscious action, man is confined — in his
    • consciousness of what is going on in yonder world of stars, but He
    • brought with Him the forces whereby this consciousness can gradually
    • of the word, to our time; it needs to be replaced by a more conscious
    • you at the beginning of this lecture. Amid his conscious experiences
    • conscious that his true Ego never descends from the spiritual world;
    • in my ordinary consciousness I call ‘I’. But I must now become
    • conscious of something more than this.
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    • descending into an earthly body. During that state of consciousness
    • conscious at once of the fact that their soul-being had come down
    • unconscious and subconscious in man, as in the case since the days of
    • man's consciousness. If we apply human expressions to the willing of
    • moment in which to invade human consciousness with his power. His
    • began to have an influence on human consciousness since the Mystery
    • the consciousness of man.
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    • Those who lead the conflict on the one side are all conscious that
    • other side, are not all of them conscious of this. Only the head of
    • the movement is conscious of it. Thus they are pitted against each
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • annihilation of consciousness. Hence certain philosophers affirm that
    • consciousness; then we shall feel something of the abounding power
    • definite enlightened consciousness and not in dim sensuous ecstasy or
    • in a semi-conscious longing. The Occultist and the Mystic live in the
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    • thoughts then often work quite unconsciously within the soul. That
    • is altogether unknown to popular consciousness, therefore there is
    • consciousness knows nothing of it because it proceeds in the
    • sub-consciousness. Clairvoyant consciousness does not charm anything
    • new into being; it merely brings up into consciousness what is present
    • physical plane ordinary consciousness functions only from the time of
    • consciousness which remains dim in ordinary life between falling
    • being is not unconscious when he is asleep; his consciousness is
    • consciousness. But the whole man — in waking and sleeping life
    • immediately fall asleep, losing consciousness of what has passed
    • passed away the next so far as physical consciousness is concerned;
    • sub-consciousness.) So far as physical consciousness is concerned,
    • these are two quite different moments; for spiritual consciousness the
    • unconscious region of the soul we are speaking continually with the
    • subconsciousness to communicate something to him in the evening. For
    • it need not be communicated consciously. You can prepare it at some
    • sleep it passes over to him. Ordinary consciousness as a rule will
    • this. If we were sufficiently developed to be conscious of our
    • considered from different angles. If we succeed in becoming conscious
    • but should become conscious that they are always present. All
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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • in this age of consciousness, and people feel that everything proceeds
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • than is usually done the character and extent of the subconscious
    • states lying below ordinary human consciousness. Subconscious ideas
    • lie beneath the life of feeling; and still more deeply unconscious
    • feebly than in the sphere of the head and only coming to consciousness
    • of abstract science, and it is this. These subconscious members of the
    • subjectively present in consciousness. What do I mean by that? I mean
    • it die away in your consciousness. But something takes place in the
    • objective world quite apart from what is in your consciousness, quite
    • elemental stages of consciousness and had more direct connection with
    • the subconscious parts of our nature in spiritual spheres. In
    • ego-consciousness receives then a new form. The child becomes capable
    • ego-consciousness unfolds, as you know, in the first seven-year stage
    • return of the ego-consciousness at about the ninth year of age. It
    • do not attempt to bring them into our consciousness. The result is
    • heads. As soon, however, as we look down into the unconscious, as soon
    • exercise an unconscious influence on men's decisions, upon all that
    • able to experience the influence consciously and to reckon with it;
    • into it a consciousness of the actual spiritual world in which we live
    • Even the consciousness of how we stand in relation to our thoughts
    • this fact must permeate our consciousness.
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    • Consciousness, or Spiritual Soul.
    • Consciousness Soul since the beginning of the fifteenth century have
    • In the age of the Consciousness Soul, of course, it is the task of man
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    • unconscious being, when in our early childhood we acquire human
    • consciousness should live, that we are the kernel of a humanity which
    • conscious of his connection with the spiritual is seen as having found
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    • to lift their doubts and questions into consciousness, then the
    • You see the teacher must, in full consciousness, be permeated through
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    • The significance of occult knowledge in promoting conscious
    • development of consciousness. The task of our epoch to permeate
    • reach the knowledge of immortality in full consciousness, as a concretely
    • lived many times; but not all of you are conscious that you have lived
    • through these many lives. This consciousness, however, will gradually arise
    • and without it man's life is lived out with incomplete consciousness. It
    • feeling of survival but to impart a clear, fully conscious knowledge of
    • which governs the progressive development of consciousness in all future
    • accomplish for the attainment of this consciousness, contributes towards
    • consciousness in the world does something to further the evolution of the
    • consciousness of every single being, even if such a being has not actually
    • worked at the development of his own consciousness.
    • strengthen our consciousness in the future struggles for existence. —
    • permanent stamp has been made upon the general consciousness of mankind;
    • just so much consciousness goes with you into the other world. Occult
    • and how greatly his consciousness will be enhanced by them. Certain men,
    • is a sacrifice on their part. The level of their consciousness is
    • much as you yourself lay into the world, that much consciousness the world
    • world is the measure of the consciousness that the world will give back to
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    • LIFE is the state of consciousness that is most familiar to
    • not unveiled. If this waking consciousness, as it serves us for
    • that ordinary consciousness cannot yield, proves that from the
    • unconscious way, something arises which indeed belongs to the
    • into the light of consciousness.
    • waking condition of consciousness, something is concealed, and
    • are related to ordinary life and consciousness. Even if it can
    • are all the same taken from ordinary consciousness.
    • what is consciously experienced on waking. The pictures in
    • consciousness. Forces that increase in intensity are there
    • These pictures are experienced in dream consciousness, but the
    • consciousness, we have the power to remain behind this
    • Imaginative consciousness within the forces of the soul which
    • ordinary consciousness there is no conceptual activity in
    • only in the intermediate conditions. Imaginative consciousness,
    • human beings live in this world without consciousness. You can
    • and there, losing all consciousness, can only regain it when
    • spiritual world and there lose consciousness. They pass out of
    • the body with their soul and lose consciousness. On waking they
    • rise up again and regain consciousness, and this re ascent is
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    • development, that they are not capable of conscious experience between
    • the subconscious experiences through which the astral body and the Ego
    • Ego and the astral body remains unconscious.
    • complicated process than for the ordinary consciousness it appears to
    • consciousness by the perceptive activity of the physical body. And the
    • received at the concert. Because in the ordinary consciousness man
    • unconscious, as far as the ordinary consciousness is concerned. But
    • For during sleep he is interwoven, unconsciously, with the activity of
    • consciousness — a grey spirituality, conceived pantheistically
    • must have particular Beings. But consciousness of these Beings has
    • dreamy consciousness he once possessed of the Beings of the universe,
    • in ancient times, but in a dreamy consciousness. Then the time came,
    • consciousness they knew a great deal about these realities. But this
    • fell into unconsciousness. A time came, when there was only the
    • once more, and now with a clear, enhanced consciousness, that all true
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    • during sleep with such diminished intensity that unconsciousness
    • consciously; that is to say, the soul slept, and within this
    • consciousness. This was what actually happened in the event described
    • became conscious of the Ego-principle last of all. In pre-Christian
    • my ordinary consciousness He speaks to me when I rightly understand
    • The entrance of Divine consciousness that speaks through
    • consciousness that the Divine-Spiritual speaks to the soul-sheaths
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • that he was fully conscious of this impulse. It is so meaningless when
    • just because the plant itself is not conscious of these laws? There is
    • unconsciously.’ The point at issue is that the laws
    • consciously realised by him any more than the laws of growth are
    • consciously realised by the plant. I say this at the outset in order
    • greater perfection in the animal and finally to self-consciousness in
    • kind of consciousness he has to-day. He was shut off from outer Nature
    • with the beginnings of Ego-consciousness; the central core of his
    • are the last vestige of ancient clairvoyant consciousness. — The
    • when the air was becoming pure and clear and waking consciousness
    • Now just as human beings have developed Ego-consciousness, so too must
    • consciousness appears before him — a personification of the
    • Earth-consciousness wherein all men were enveloped in the days of
    • This consciousness is represented in the figure of Erda:
    • all-embracing consciousness out of which individual
    • consciousness was born and it was verily sovereign wisdom.
    • in an age when his consciousness was not confined within the
    • boundaries of his skin. Consciousness flowed through all things. One
    • could not say: here is Ego-consciousness and there is
    • Ego-consciousness.
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    • that spiritual world of which they were conscious.
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    • What the individual human being experiences consciously when he
    • crossing of the threshold, must be experienced unconsciously by the
    • no choice in regard to this; it must experience this unconsciously —
    • unconsciously crossing the threshold of a significant portal, a
    • which correspond to the epoch of the consciousness-soul, discover it
    • discover, it in the recognition of the conscious human soul
    • be fully conscious of these coming events, to have them in his
    • day-time consciousness. The one who, is fully conscious of these
    • should be conscious of it, for it has nothing to do with his
    • humanity, namely, that the consciousness of being connected day by
    • the human being should carry into the life of daytime the conscious
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • consciousness! Of course, we may snare the opinion of those who
    • that has often been described: namely, the, consciousness-soul had to
    • does not reach their consciousness. After all, the physical body
    • kind of consciousness of man’s being.
    • in that way; he would describe things far more consciously and thus
    • he would not bring into his description so many sub-conscious
    • than that which rises up in the consciousness of the human soul.
    • to describe things more from out his sub-consciousness, the various
    • sub-conscious depths and even has a chaotic soul life owing to his
    • whose astral body, that is to say, his sub-consciousness, becomes
    • events are still inwoven unconsciously; but we can grasp this only if
    • must penetrate into the consciousness of those who wish to become
    • if we grow conscious of the forces contained in what they leave
    • If souls, in spirit-consciousness,
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    • forces stream into the unconscious or subconscious life of the soul;
    • consciousness — it is the epoch of the Consciousness
    • we must create out of full and clear consciousness, free from any
    • influence arising from the subconscious life. That is why we
    • of the Emperor who has no consciousness of the Divine, represents the
    • human soul as it is to-day, when it has lost consciousness of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • consciousness grew on the souls of olden time: We need an Education
    • that if a man had gone on evolving with the old consciousness of the
    • full self-consciousness of the “ I ” and inner spiritual
    • beginning of human evolution a wonderful consciousness of the Father
    • God; he will see this consciousness gradually weakened and paralysed,
    • unconscious depths of the soul. Strongest of all, in the unconscious
    • unconscious and unformulated. It was a time of questioning, when
    • primitive and simple souls who felt, deeply in their subconscious
    • there arose in them the consciousness: “This Being whom
    • sense. Deep in the subconscious they said to themselves, we have
    • the Gate of Death, conscious of immortality. And you will no longer
    • consciousness on Earth, they had an inner knowledge of the soul
    • consciousness of man, the “Out of God — out of the
    • consciousness, feel the greatest satisfaction) he finds himself
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • consciousness in the onward-flowing stream of human evolution.
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    • is lost was in a way unconscious and dream-like, while that which
    • fully conscious Imaginative seership. By a perfectly normal and
    • perception, then, too, he can consciously converse in his life of
    • consciously connected with the dead. Now the connection of which man
    • thus becomes conscious is always there in the subconscious, whenever
    • consciousness of all that is pulsating in it. But the mood and
    • depends very largely, not only on what is there in his consciousness,
    • but on a variety of factors which lie in the unconscious, beneath the
    • threshold of consciousness. There comes a man, feeling in a depressed
    • down into the subconscious.
    • from consciousness has not therefore been removed from reality; it is
    • still there, down in the subconscious. But his idea is this: If we
    • can only entice it forth into the consciousness by a kind of
    • consciousness, for he is living in his present life. But it is not
    • what is there beneath in his subconsciousness. Perhaps he had an
    • in his subconsciousness; he has fought against it, but it goes on
    • soul's life in more or less unconscious ways. And at last, at
    • sub-conscious foundations of the soul contains half and
    • into our consciousness.
    • spirit-year, works — if we are conscious of it — into our
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    • rests upon the consciousness of the connection of man as
    • unconscious and unexpressed, underlay the thought and aspirations of
    • united in the Egyptian consciousness with the name of Osiris. Now, in
    • ancient times there was a certain common consciousness concerning
    • had this consciousness: up above rules Zeus, but we human beings
    • Gods, they were not those of whom he had the consciousness: they have
    • Greek consciousness: these Gods could not produce a human race.
    • for the Greek consciousness? To form even an historical concept of
    • what these Gods were — I mean now in the Greek consciousness,
    • place ourselves into the Greek consciousness — what were they?
    • deeper, one finds that the Greeks had the consciousness that these
    • upon it, they have remained in their imaginative consciousness,
    • imaginative consciousness. In this way, however, they rule over us,
    • consciousness — these were themselves successors of these
    • different states of consciousness. This he felt, this he perceived.
    • intuitive consciousness. They wanted to remain at the stage of
    • Inspiration; and those living in the Imaginative consciousness set
    • they showed how they looked back to earlier states of consciousness
    • understanding of the Greek consciousness! Thus the Greek in looking
    • for some centuries mankind has lost practically all consciousness
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    • human consciousness. We know of the development of consciousness
    • consciousness in fact expressed in imaginative myths facts about
    • consciousness. The Greeks saw such Beings in the individuals of the
    • ancient conditions of human consciousness helps to give orientation
    • human states of consciousness became changed — all this is
    • living consciousness and corresponded also with truth. And this
    • living consciousness could develop because man knew that he received
    • not have attained freedom and a full consciousness of the ego.
    • of their subconsciousness the sexual clothes itself in the words:
    • consciousness.
    • again life and experience in the Imaginative consciousness?
    • then, as their subject, the Imaginative consciousness.
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    • They are based on a certain consciousness that humanity once
    • part what immense depth of human consciousness in ancient times
    • itself, a state of consciousness is to be roused in mankind which
    • head as cow-horns. No, there must be a conscious grasping by
    • consciousness. This new element is radically different from the
    • But there was a consciousness that this epoch must in turn be
    • consciousness in connection with death. For it is the letter that
    • kills but that also brings the consciousness which must be
    • overcome again through another consciousness. The sort of
    • consciousness. That is the interpretation of the sentence, that is
    • older with every day? What is it like when we consciously experience
    • demand on our age. Humanity must learn to become older consciously
    • with every day. For if man learns consciously to become older with
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • impulses of human life must enter especially into the consciousness
    • consciousness the words which from the present on into the future
    • immortality, who had consciously grasped the spiritual world. You can
    • clock we practise astrology. We have subconscious members of our
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    • to the aged, linked with the consciousness that they had something
    • ‘Unconscious’. We came to speak of two men who were
    • consciousness that what one can absorb through learning is really
    • consciously, in order to direct them consciously, otherwise they can
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    • reveal something to us. One must revive the consciousness that the
    • thorough consciousness of how man develops quickly as headman
    • over into the general consciousness of humanity. And although these
    • that from the whole universe there flow unconsciously into his head,
    • but not a living consciousness that man, by living through history,
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    • and then that would pass over into the common consciousness of
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • only, with our ordinary consciousness we do not discover how we are
    • development by making breathing a conscious process, and thereby also
    • consciousness. The old Oriental could do that because his soul and
    • conscious, that is, he inhaled consciously. Through these exercises
    • raised this activity to consciousness. What did he learn by following
    • this whole process consciously? He learned from it how the underlying
    • consciousness. Today this must be accomplished in another way. It
    • made the ego-consciousness appear with a special vigor. And the
    • ego-consciousness that thus manifested itself was united with the
    • they accept it upon authority. They are not conscious that they do
    • great the longing may be in the unconscious depths of human life for
    • nonetheless just as strongly, and indeed in the more conscious part
    • conscious of what Anthroposophy signifies will be able through this
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • consciousness: waking life and sleep. The conception of sleep in most
    • assumes that the activity of consciousness ceases when a man falls
    • is not possible for him to have direct consciousness of what the Ego
    • consciousness of all the complicated circumstances in which they are
    • conscious life.
    • consciousness. To external observation the child may give the
    • the child's consciousness does not take a form which can be
    • his pre-earthly life and proceeds to weave, in the dim consciousness
    • in waking consciousness. The Ego is involved in every movement of the
    • unconsciously satisfied or dissatisfied. (You will understand this
    • ourselves, to begin with, are unconscious during sleep, the Being
    • from the Hierarchy of the Archai is fully conscious, receives what is
    • unconscious in us and elaborates it into a definite thought of
    • will make me conscious of the weakness (which expressed itself
    • sensitivity, a quick and clear consciousness in regard to his own deeds,
    • science must evoke into the realm of consciousness, realisation of
    • within the ether-body; but we know nothing in ordinary consciousness
    • he returns to the body do the thoughts light up in his consciousness.
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    • Also known as: The Ego as Experience of Consciousness,
    • Also known as: The Ego as Experience of Consciousness,
    • and the Evolution of Consciousness
    • pervert our clarity of consciousness. Abstract reason is, after all,
    • conscious mind, we must deliberately adjust ourselves to an entirely
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    • Also known as: Self-Consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • Also known as: Self-Consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • indeed exist, so far as the everyday consciousness of man is
    • field of ordinary consciousness.
    • human faculty of remembrance, of memory. The ordinary consciousness
    • consciousness. Many a mystic unearths from the depths of the soul,
    • A genuine investigator knows that what is absorbed unconsciously in
    • of sense which ordinary consciousness cannot break through, and on
    • interiorly — a boundary which again the ordinary consciousness
    • faculties slumbering in the soul of which the ordinary consciousness
    • consciousness — which, in other circumstances, occurs only by
    • of his consciousness, and dwells upon it for a certain length of
    • many unconscious impressions received from life which would have
    • to work from the Unconscious into true anthroposophical meditation; a
    • conscious deliberation. Therefore the demand is sometimes made, and
    • been given to us — they enter the consciousness as something
    • consciousness with all the newness and freshness of a
    • filled with a conscious activity of will and after a time we shall
    • significant is happening in the field of consciousness. An inner
    • thinking to what thus arises objectively before my consciousness.
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    • Even if the human beings are no longer fully conscious of them, they
    • table! They should be conscious of their own spirit. Undoubtedly
    • calls attention to the unconscious, and no longer to the
    • conscious. Eduard von Hartmann's philosophy was discarded by the
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • exactly the same degree of consciousness as the
    • waking up, it escapes your consciousness, you do not know anything
    • about it within your consciousness... At the most, dream-pictures may
    • consciousness, as the condition of sleep is hidden in the darkness of
    • consciousness.
    • particularly in the subconsciousness of man's will, and the
    • bear within them unconsciously. But within the metabolic part of man,
    • being should now rise out of subconsciousness into consciousness. He
    • evolution of humanity needs a conscious spiritual impulse in order to
    • subconsciousness, was the element which made the human being the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • with consciousness and with perceptive forces in the soul-spiritual
    • the physical-corporeal part. The clairvoyant consciousness is able to
    • lifeless aspect, but to a clairvoyant consciousness the physical
    • unconscious, but in a certain way the astral body reckons with death.
    • look up consciously to the spiritual worlds and say to themselves: A
    • our consciousness at the present time. Apart from the details that
    • that man is conscious of Christ, owing to his Christ-consciousness,
    • If souls will lead, in spirit-consciousness,
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    • form in his etheric body and consciously experiences - such was the
    • enters into conscious relationship with other human beings, so did
    • old German poem originated, a consciousness still existed of ages
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • present are consciously aware of.
    • intellect, the thinking, into our consciousness soul. That means a
    • great deal. At the beginning of the fifth epoch, the consciousness
    • within the consciousness soul; within the evolution of humanity, this
    • which ego-consciousness comes to the fore with special incisiveness.
    • now existing mature ego-feeling, mature ego-consciousness —
    • right. We are then in a state of dulled consciousness. Most of you
    • know sleep only in its negative aspect, that it dulls consciousness.
    • way. He was much more strongly conscious of his body.
    • enable us to be conscious of the experiences of souls that are in a
    • condition (but consciously) resembling that of souls who are asleep
    • consciousness of modern times, that which constitutes the external
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    • he leaves the body, and then he can be conscious of an ego only by
    • in the future by conscious effort. There is an outer illustration of
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • Golgotha, from the consciousness that the Christ Being Who formerly
    • unconscious. I said to these people that theirs was obviously not an
    • man when he is conscious of his human dignity, then the truths
    • certain fanaticism, but of being conscious that we can do what is
    • ceremonies, that he is conscious of doing so in order to help these
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • EGO-CONSCIOUSNESS OF THE SO-CALLED DEAD.
    • experience kindles that which constitutes our Ego-consciousness after
    • Ego-consciousness that not only resembles but far exceeds that which
    • Ego-consciousness, if we could not look back incessantly, if we would
    • the portal of death, then our Ego-consciousness after death is in the
    • same case as our physical Ego-consciousness here upon the earth,
    • Ego-consciousness when we are asleep, so we know nothing concerning
    • other side. This kindles our Ego-consciousness on the other
    • Ego-consciousness; after death, we have the other side of
    • Ego-consciousness. I explained just now where we should look for the
    • moment of bur childhood in which we acquire self-consciousness, which
    • form of life that is fully conscious, indeed more conscious and
    • eliminated for our next state of consciousness through the fact that
    • life by having, to begin with, the dull consciousness of childhood.
    • far as our physical consciousness is concerned, this is, in fact,
    • to acquire full freedom and his Ego-consciousness, it was necessary
    • If souls lead, in Spirit-consciousness,
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    • modern man, is, as it were, covered by his ordinary consciousness, we
    • contains a clear consciousness of the soul’s threefold nature.
    • express the fact that this form of consciousness once existed in a
    • consciousness-soul was, at that time, experienced as something that
    • the consciousness-soul. Thus, if we speak in accordance with other
    • consciousness was first spread out.
    • is particularly disposed to develop the consciousness of the soul’s
    • obliterates the consciousness of the soul’s threefold nature.
    • withdrawn into subconscious spheres in the case of modern man, and
    • consciousness-soul.
    • consciousness-soul.
    • the understanding soul and the consciousness-soul separate and so
    • me with the forces of the consciousness-soul. If HERE, at this place,
    • the threshold of consciousness and the Spirits of Form have not in
    • more reach, in all its depth, the consciousness of the whole of
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    • with “Sophia,” meaning the content of consciousness, the
    • “the wisdom of man,” but rather “the consciousness
    • consciousness, a “Sophia.”
    • could take place only in our age, the age of the consciousness soul,
    • consciousness soul cannot understand this development. An example was
    • the developmental level of the consciousness soul period. But one can
    • consciousness soul age, and in that case will have no understanding
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    • often said that man really only gains consciousness of things from being
    • things, and this revelation which remains unconscious, is then reflected on
    • This is expressed in his consciousness when he says: I have seen this face
    • before. That is: consciousness perceives the inner movements of the
    • Powers in the spiritual world, let me in my physical body be conscious in the
    • Powers, let me consciously, in the light, from out of and by the light behold
    • the Ahrimanic forces which obscure them. Let me consciously by the light
    • Gods of Chaos (consciously, when out of the physical body). May the offspring
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    • kind of unconscious memory with which it notes what the leaf it
    • Some people even say that heredity is due to a kind of unconscious
    • though they have been forgotten by your immediate consciousness.
    • in our consciousness. Then let us see with our soul's eye how it
    • of his consciousness, it could easily happen that the free part of
    • and pleasures. Now the astral body would not be able to be conscious
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    • at least conscious of the fact that they had to have a knowledge of
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    • with clairvoyant consciousness we look further back still, we find
    • entirely a question of their having a dim consciousness with which
    • especially during their day consciousness. Little by little men lost
    • times — happened when physical consciousness was actually
    • then seen by clairvoyant consciousness. This clairvoyant
    • consciousness can carry out the following feat — it always has
    • remarkable presents itself to clairvoyant consciousness. This mineral
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • nothing. These changes become more and more unconscious until a
    • climax is reached, and then the ego becomes slowly more conscious
    • least dimly conscious of these rhythms. Whoever goes through the
    • world with a consciousness for these things, will find in some
    • calendars. In the farmer's lore a consciousness of these rhythms lay
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    • bear in mind the two alternating states of consciousness experienced
    • of unconsciousness, as people say incorrectly in ordinary life, and
    • consciousness soul disorder and lack of rhythm have entered in. It is
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    • time someone weeps, the clairvoyant consciousness can confirm that
    • the mask of tears, even if the person is not conscious of it.
    • the course of time. We must be conscious of the fact that there is a
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • of the ego, the consciousness of Self, the foundations of which were
    • developing a strong consciousness of self within the bodily nature.
    • that it could become the bearer of self-consciousness in a harmonious
    • actual ego being, a being with self-consciousness. These capacities
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    • clairvoyant consciousness a very special fact becomes apparent here.
    • for clairvoyant consciousness. When clairvoyant consciousness
    • distant future, of having not only a consciousness of himself but a
    • consciousness of having created himself, was already developed in
    • In this way there arise out of human consciousness those social
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    • of truthfulness and earnestness, and become thoroughly conscious of
    • in order to develop consciousness, so do the Beings of the
    • endeavour to achieve this inner tranquillity, this consciousness of
    • Michelangelo the process was more or less unconscious but in spite of
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    • Consciousness of the 'I' acquired as the
    • consciousness. It must be clear to everyone that from the time a
    • long before the child has any ‘I’-consciousness, when in
    • have some consciousness of himself and to speak of himself in the
    • become ‘I’-conscious. You can discover for yourselves how
    • often you become conscious of your ‘I’ in later life. You
    • world the child acquires self-consciousness and says ‘I’
    • of himself. Once ‘I’-consciousness has been acquired the
    • as far as the development of consciousness is concerned. Unbiased
    • help everyone to realise that this ‘I’-consciousness can
    • We know that this ‘I’-consciousness,
    • preserved rises again into his consciousness: mental pictures,
    • feelings and other experiences rise up into consciousness from its
    • shall find that what rises up into consciousness has a certain
    • participating in them with our immediate ‘I’-consciousness.
    • returning each morning clearly into our consciousness is that we come
    • ‘I’-consciousness is awakened again each morning. Thus
    • just as the child develops consciousness of his ‘I’ by
    • colliding with the external world, we keep that consciousness alert
    • only in the morning but throughout the day; our ‘I’-consciousness
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    • Anthroposophy in the upper consciousness may take the form of longing
    • for it in the subconsciousness. Necessity of mediation between the
    • Earth. Only during the last four centuries has consciousness of this
    • is raging in his surface consciousness only, in his
    • Ego-consciousness. In his astral consciousness, in his
    • subconsciousness he may very likely not share in the antipathy.
    • many cases it happens that aversion in the upper consciousness takes
    • the form of longing in the subconsciousness. It does not necessarily
    • upper consciousness. After death we do not experience only the
    • effects of the contents of our upper consciousness, our
    • Ego-consciousness. To believe that would be to misunderstand entirely
    • and desires that were in his sub-consciousness, they too remain,
    • including those of which he has no conscious knowledge or may even
    • astral consciousness is an indication of the whole character of the
    • experience in our upper consciousness is less significant than all
    • able to help them. To this end Anthroposophy must make us conscious
    • opposed to Anthroposophy in their subconsciousness. If the
    • subconsciousness of those who denounce Anthroposophy could have a
    • voice in their upper consciousness, there would be hardly any
    • spiritual world only in their Ego-consciousness, only in what
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    • man's consciousness but the life-giving process does not. The
    • consciousness only. Direct astronomical vision in ancient Egypt but
    • forces which man draws into his consciousness during his earthly
    • life, that is to say, the forces he experiences consciously during
    • consciousness. Why not? The reason is that he is not meant to witness
    • waking life and is concealed from human consciousness. The Bible uses
    • consciousness is still dim and the whole restorative process is
    • concealed from man's conscious life on Earth. Processes of
    • perception, of cognition, lie within the field of his consciousness;
    • consciousness of the world in which he is living, whereas between
    • death and the new birth he is conscious of what is happening to him.
    • consciousness. This is a matter of importance because as long as the
    • clairvoyant consciousness.
    • human being appears to clairvoyant consciousness — but of
    • present in man's consciousness penetrates more deeply into the body.
    • consciousness which ours today is quite unable to experience.
    • and rebirth than is our present physical consciousness. When it is
    • they were quite conscious of being related to these worlds. If
    • men conscious that it was simply a matter of inducing in those no
    • remembrance the consciousness that spiritual Beings are connected
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    • conscious. Today we will think especially of one aspect only, namely,
    • invigorated by consciousness of our connection with the forces of the
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    • by backward Luciferic Spirits who suppress the consciousness proper
    • man experiences the higher 'I' of which he is unconscious
    • ‘I’ of which human consciousness is first aware is
    • are so strong and forceful that they suppress the consciousness
    • suppress this consciousness, the human being at this stage of his
    • horizontal position and consciously desire to stand upright, to learn
    • of our consciousness.
    • stages, whereas to indulge in any way in unconscious, convulsive
    • conscious control of the hands.
    • which he is unconscious during his physical life on Earth. Whereas
    • this ‘I’; it does not penetrate into his consciousness.
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    • Ego-consciousness dawns in him. This experience does not by any means
    • said that Ego-consciousness flashes up in the human being at some
    • Ego-consciousness, there are other occurrences which as it were
    • consciousness of ‘I’ at the same age. Nor does the change
    • ‘I’-consciousness during the first cycle is an
    • of Ego-consciousness. If we observe human life with discernment we
    • human being, namely, the kindling of the consciousness of ‘I’
    • after death as a somewhat dim clairvoyant consciousness, had become
    • some of those who sought to be baptised should be made conscious of
    • consciousness. A man whom John baptised in this way became aware that
    • advanced peoples, however, can become conscious after death only to
    • illumination of consciousness after death. The beings behind public
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    • feelings and ideas are different; consciousness during sleep has
    • during sleep-consciousness. During existence on Earth we look out
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    • strange subconscious regions of human nature and soul-life. As though
    • expressed? Here is human passion kindling out of the unconscious
    • unconscious, the unknown. The Libyan Sibyl, the hasty one, looks as
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    • The Zarathustrian consciousness looked at the wonderful
    • Paul knew well that this consciousness of a connection
    • together with everything that leads the soul into unconscious depths,
    • connected with subconscious realms of the soul. Let us recall how
    • to him. Apollo spoke through the unconscious soul-life of the Pythia.
    • subconscious forces were to be allowed to influence the Jews;
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    • those that come from subconscious depths, but those that speak to the
    • unconsciousness, so that they may reawaken in the morning, so it was
    • Human beings in their ordinary consciousness remained entirely
    • consciousness quarrel ardently about dogmas, while what was most
    • important for Christianity takes its course in the subconscious
    • surface of the soul and rose into consciousness like dreams, so that
    • orders, or by the conscious acumen of the leaders, but by dreams and
    • sufficiently to make an impression on their consciousness?
    • night, as if the stellar script had spoken to his unconscious self
    • it remained in his unconscious being, and therefore one cannot so
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    • of laws and associations of ideas and subconscious images. In spite
    • of all this — and precisely in full consciousness of it —
    • the Sibylline forces have been transformed in the subconscious depths
    • emerge more and more from the subconscious depths of the soul. We can
    • experienced unconsciously might be expressed as follows: ‘Yes,
    • already the power of the Grail is working in him unconsciously. Thus
    • influences flowing from unconscious sources to meet the new age. He
    • Parsifal, in whom the Christ Impulse was still working unconsciously,
    • soul of Parsifal is related to the new, subconscious, historical
    • subconscious Christ forces. Let us look how the hermit at Eastertide,
    • spoke as though out of the subconscious depths of the soul and rose
    • gradually into the consciousness of men. Let us try to transform that
    • by degrees into a new and more conscious language! Let us try to
    • the Christ Impulse, had to sink back into the subconscious depths of
    • — the part which had to remain in the subconscious depths of
    • without our being conscious of it, the Christ has been working in the
    • take their course on the conscious level in the East could be
    • unconsciously, will appear in a changed form and as Ex oriente
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    • this third period man begins to be conscious that it is he who
    • entirely under the aegis of this epoch. The consciousness is present
    • Consciousness soul
    • for we have the free thoughts ruling in the consciousness soul.
    • Consciousness soul! The magnificent example of how free
    • the thought that lives solely in the consciousness.
    • sentient soul, to the intellectual soul, to the consciousness soul.
    • face him consciously, really recognising and comprehending his
    • which, to be sure, rises into the consciousness soul, but how this
    • life, through the consciousness soul, must lay hold of what
    • born. But in modern times it comes to actual self-consciousness in
    • the consciousness soul: thought is an independent active Being. This
    • the consciousness soul. A Being evolves upwards of whom we can say: if we
    • in the development of what man experiences in his consciousness soul:
    • we are experiencing the consciousness soul of philosophy, of
    • the stage of its self-consciousness and since the 16th
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    • great Teachers of earthly humanity; but all consciousness of the
    • and his revelations remain in the unconscious if a man does not bring
    • Saturn was forced into the unconscious; man's memory became his own
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    • physical world; below the threshold of consciousness this gives rise
    • with it a firm Ego-consciousness during our existence between death
    • Ego-consciousness in this life by leading us back to a certain
    • Ego-consciousness between death and a new birth.
    • subconsciousness, death approaching in such a way that inner forces
    • Ego-consciousness after death and the contemplation of death may
    • significance for the strength and intensity of our Ego-consciousness
    • regard to the spiritual world an Ego-consciousness which needed a
    • very exceptional cases of the way in which our subconsciousness
    • not end with the threshold of consciousness, for the human being has
    • an incessant thought activity in his subconsciousness, or we might
    • also say, in his super-consciousness. But the human being cannot in
    • any way realise what this more encompassing form of consciousness
    • In this case our subconsciousness has been active, our
    • subconsciousness has made us loiter. These subconscious influences
    • strengthening of his Ego-consciousness, which must be brought about
    • because the dead person lives in our thoughts consciously and of his
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    • ordinary conditions, man cannot lift into consciousness his
    • instrument of conscious assimilation and experience. In our
    • refer to them as unconscious imaginations, since it is only for an
    • occultly trained cognition that they rise into consciousness.
    • Moreover, though they do not enter our consciousness directly in
    • ordinary consciousness they do not appear as imaginations,
    • call forth in us imaginations — conscious or unconscious. We
    • of imaginative natures — can emerge in him in a conscious
    • is to take place — conscious or unconscious. (Of the latter we
    • into our consciousness in ordinary life. We are connected with it in
    • conscious inspirations out of the spiritual world. It appears to him
    • as follows. He can only bring these inspirations to his consciousness
    • trained to develop conscious relations with a dead person, not only
    • from taking conscious notice of our sympathies and antipathies, for
    • do not bring to full clarity in consciousness why it is that we hate
    • occultly-trained person cannot consciously come near to one who is
    • their way into his consciousness. Suppose, moreover, that the one
    • dead like fire. To come into conscious relation with the dead we must
    • their consciousness. For then they will be able consciously to
    • when in a far more conscious way — by recognition of the
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    • world. It will be necessary for man not only to become conscious once
    • the background of this general consciousness the yoga exercises
    • consciousness of the ‘I’ the feeling of selfhood. This
    • ordinary consciousness of self that we have today with that of the
    • consciousness of self, then, through the inner effort, one was
    • sphere of self-consciousness. To belong willy-nilly to a
    • must be psychoanalysed to be brought up again to consciousness. In
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    • The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead.
    • constitutes our ego-consciousness after death. Throughout the
    • time between death and a new birth we have an ego-consciousness that
    • physical life. We would not have this ego-consciousness if we could
    • ego-consciousness after death is in the same case as our physical
    • ego-consciousness here upon the earth when we are asleep. Just as we
    • know nothing of our physical ego-consciousness when we are asleep, so
    • ego-consciousness on the other side. Here, in the physical world, we
    • have, as it were, one side of ego-consciousness; after death, we have
    • the other side of ego-consciousness. I explained just now where we
    • acquire self-consciousness, which is the earliest moment of life
    • conscious, indeed more conscious and higher than our earthly life.
    • eliminated for our next state of consciousness through the fact that
    • with, the dull consciousness of childhood. At first we only
    • our physical consciousness is concerned this is, in fact, true. But
    • and his ego-consciousness it was necessary that he should leave
    • If souls lead, in spirit-consciousness,
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    • an Ego-consciousness after death. The Ego consciousness is aroused
    • not have an Ego-consciousness after death.”
    • the Ego-consciousness within the body, so does the human being
    • acquire the Ego consciousness after death, from the other side of
    • surely do we always have before us, when we become fully conscious
    • the spiritual world, consciousness, self-consciousness is the result
    • of death — that death stimulates this self-consciousness, in
    • experience ourselves with an enhanced consciousness, with a
    • consciousness which death has founded in us.
    • unconscious experience for the soul. Connected with this life,
    • is a stronger, more intensive consciousness, than is the
    • consciousness belonging to the physical body — only that it has
    • contains his consciousness after death.
    • carries both the consciousness and the self-consciousness of the
    • the dead leave behind. It is only states of consciousness that sever
    • consciousness.
    • we become conscious of it.
    • impression strikes our sense-organs, and the moment we grow conscious
    • Only, this activity remains unconscious; man does not perceive it.
    • Man does not begin to develop his consciousness of the colour, until
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    • self-conscious human condition, so during the earlier conditions of
    • complete consciousness to work on his astral body, and by means of
    • consciousness, to the present unconscious or subconscious condition
    • this condition in whom the consciousness awakes: ‘I am an
    • consciousness. What a remarkable picture would man then present to
    • above them.’ If at the present day a man becomes conscious in
    • human being. Material consciousness can certainly not make much of
    • seen how they place themselves consciously in mankind, and influence
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    • but that this is something belonging to clairvoyant consciousness.
    • consciousness. Now where does clairvoyant research find something
    • be wondered at that one whose consciousness is limited to the things
    • can see with his eyes; but to clairvoyant consciousness it is quite
    • Anyone who with clairvoyant consciousness travels through different
    • consciousness there arises over every part of our earth a peculiar
    • in the world with physical consciousness is only maya or illusion. It
    • forgotten and only material consciousness comes into play. In truth
    • observes country and people with clairvoyant consciousness, is able
    • consciousness, when it studies the peoples, finds, strange to say,
    • other Beings who are observed by clairvoyant consciousness.
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    • is first actually brought to a state of consciousness.
    • called human self-consciousness. Nevertheless the ‘ I ’
    • consciousness, the whole soul-life of these Folk-spirits as being
    • life, on the contrary, he has in his own consciousness extremely
    • little of that which lives in the consciousness of the Folk-spirits.
    • inner experience, that which takes place in the consciousness itself.
    • conception of how the consciousness of the Archangels works. A world
    • consciousness and has filled it.’
    • Archangels out of all that can also become human consciousness? What
    • what we carry into our moral consciousness are ideals, moral,
    • sounds, cold and warmth, but he also has the consciousness that
    • consciousness. That to them is a number of centers around which the
    • to him thus, does, it is true, arise in his consciousness from
    • like the sudden ideas that flash into our consciousness. He is also
    • the higher world, the world of their consciousness extends to that
    • domain in which is to be found the sphere of consciousness of the
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    • the consciousness of the ‘ I ’, and we know
    • consciousness belonging to the physical body; that as a matter of
    • fact is a very dim state of consciousness such as is possessed by the
    • and his fourteenth year, he would have a sleep consciousness. From
    • inwardly, but he would live in a sort of dream-consciousness. Only
    • after this consciousness as a Moon-being, at about his
    • arrive at the ‘ I ’-consciousness. If he
    • present-day consciousness much too soon, for you know that in the man
    • of to-day, this consciousness awakes to a certain degree soon after
    • who give what we call our present earthly consciousness, not between
    • consciousness and in the form of Light and Darkness, of Ormuzd and
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    • Our consciousness, our horizon, becomes wider, more
    • inaudible to the ordinary consciousness. The music of the spheres is
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    • down in the unconscious organism.
    • Greeks, who were quite specially and consciously under the influence
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    • entered in, — the consciousness of the ‘ I ’.
    • had passed through in a dull state of consciousness, without the
    • their ‘ I ’ awoke to full self-consciousness.
    • awoke to self-consciousness when they were already furnished with
    • etheric bodies, at a time when they were not consciously present.
    • state of consciousness. They were unconsciously guided into higher
    • domains; they had, before their ‘ I ’-consciousness
    • this people awoke to the consciousness of their ‘ I ’
    • possessed a consciousness of what we know as Primal Forces, as
    • also had a certain consciousness of these Primal Forces or Spirits of
    • dim consciousness. But now it came up within them as a remembrance.
    • Europe beginning from the lowest stage; they had to be consciously
    • experience more consciously in their ‘ I ’ that
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    • and more to consciousness. In connection with this it has been said,
    • long before they became conscious of the real inner striving towards
    • consciousness of Lucifer on the one side and of Ahriman on the other.
    • There is, for instance, no clear consciousness of this in the
    • set forth in the Old Testament. Only a certain consciousness of the
    • a distinct consciousness of Lucifer having played a part in
    • evolution. This consciousness is clearly traceable in all the
    • traditions which are connected with the Bible. But the consciousness
    • return to the consciousness of man through spiritual science.
    • consciousness, and you will find this image made use of in this
    • originated from the clairvoyant consciousness. But human
    • consciousness consisted in this alternating state of seeing into and
    • dream-consciousness was there, one saw into the spiritual world; when
    • the condition of waking day consciousness was there, one was blind to
    • the spiritual world alternated. The consciousness alternated, just as
    • to be spread abroad, that consciousness also remained which could in
    • plane, might also be able to ascend to divine co-consciousness. It
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    • the Spiritual Soul, to fill it inwardly with the consciousness
    • side, as it were, of the consciousness of the etheric body. That is
    • which clairvoyant consciousness reveals that, strange as it may
    • In the East we find in the first place a distinct consciousness of a
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    • consciousness of this was preserved so long that even Tacitus himself
    • proof that we shall be able, though some may not be conscious of it,
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    • clairvoyant pictures densified into the forms of intellectual consciousness, as
    • Spiritual Science. For there are men who are actually conscious allies of this
    • still have some consciousness of these things and who then see fit to surround
    • feeling and consciousness of freedom, the self-completeness of individuality
    • cosmic event of which we ought to be fully conscious.
    • there was a subconscious vision of the future, and within this valley of death
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    • bringing logical thinking to life within him, becomes conscious of a
    • which has a consciousness of its own. If we work at our will in an
    • states, waking life and sleep. In waking life man lives, consciously;
    • during sleep, consciousness ceases.
    • conscious between the time of falling asleep and awaking. But they are
    • become unconscious and know nothing about ourselves and our
    • consciously leave our bodies; we see the body outside ourselves, just
    • soul-experiences, but the discovery of a different consciousness from
    • consciousness. If we learn to know these two within man, we know that
    • the consciousness that is liberated out of the will, a life-germ has
    • conditions are called, and speaks out of the subconscious, which is
    • process is that the ordinary consciousness is not present whilst the
    • changed consciousness is active. The former has been transformed into a
    • dulled, abnormal consciousness. It will never be possible to say, when
    • research the fact is that man arrives at a changed consciousness, but
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    • Ionia: subconscious, dreamlike, mediumistic forces of the soul surge
    • spirits which are directly related to the subconscious depths of the
    • purposes only by actual thinking by the conscious ego. They rejected
    • everything that was subconscious or Sibyl-like, even if it foretold
    • the subconscious but in those experiences of the soul which are fully
    • conscious. It was for this reason that the men who have written for
    • humanity, but which concern the subconscious, not the fully conscious
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    • is that in the former case the experiences become conscious; the
    • waking consciousness — is fully aware how little it conforms
    • and this sleep is not so noticeable because man is less conscious in
    • indeterminism and determinism. In fact, we are conscious of our life
    • consciousness of the day; the will sinks down into the subconscious,
    • being that those who have taken these steps are consciously aware of
    • unconscious in man and so transports him into the living reality of
    • make progress only if there is consciousness of these things,
    • little consciousness of the things I am referring to here, as can be
    • reach the stage of consciously perceiving the influences brought to
    • connected in many ways with a realm of not fully conscious human
    • experiences, something that takes place in the subconscious regions
    • but they are not actually conscious of it. When, for example,
    • conscious of it, is the River God of the Rhine. The elemental being
    • consciousness that through the word as a power in the whole human
    • lead us consciously to a sure footing amid the realities of the
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    • America are quite unconscious of it, what they are really trying to
    • whether it can ever be a conscious experience — that is quite
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    • Envy does not always take on the form of conscious green envy. Of
    • course, if anyone is conscious of this feeling, he tries to get rid
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    • consciousness of man's true nature. Things were not always as
    • Humanity will grow more and more conscious of the fact that it is the
    • that modern people must become more and more conscious of the real
    • who in a trance condition are, as it were, consciously brought into a
    • possible to grow conscious of something which transcends egoistic
    • gymnasiums for the “strengthening of national consciousness”
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    • horizon of our consciousness appear forms, beings, and events
    • which now rises up in our consciousness with everything that
    • finger were endowed with consciousness.
    • and the great consciousness of the Spirit of the Earth then
    • you facts which rise up before the clairvoyant consciousness. And
    • ordinary physical consciousness, is merely a reflexion, only an
    • our consciousness. Memory brings a connected sequence into life,
    • Memory is a subconscious reading activity. In memory remain the
    • subconscious act of reading.
    • out this subconscious writing activity is essentially dependent
    • that when the clairvoyant consciousness tried to recall this
    • even to a non-clairvoyant consciousness.
    • his ordinary consciousness and which points to the future. Karma
    • therein that with his ordinary consciousness man cannot survey
    • ordinary consciousness only enables him to see the shell,
    • spiritual vision. Consciousness of the fact that a
    • if souls, spirit-consciously direct
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    • invaded the general consciousness with giant strides. Just think how
    • weighed down, half unconsciously, by the feeling of his inherited
    • And by developing the consciousness-soul now, I am preparing myself
    • but I have to bring it into my consciousness-soul. As man, I must
    • into states of consciousness which are really of such a nature that
    • states of consciousness tend to transform him even as regards his
    • possession of the popular consciousness with devastating speed that
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    • slumbering: consciousness of the spiritual world and of the eternal
    • continually being impelled, unconsciously or half consciously, to
    • surrendered to the body and we lose consciousness of them. The
    • Materialism is quite right as far as earthly consciousness is
    • remain in the earthly consciousness, and so have to be content with
    • other person, so that he enters into our consciousness.
    • consciousness — not the content; that one can acquire as
    • level of consciousness. They vanish-away like a dream if one tries to
    • but a perfectly conscious and deliberate action. Putting down some
    • was far more instinctive and less conscious, it could not rightly be
    • the world, conscious that each one of us is needed and reckoned upon
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    • culture and work and that cultivation of the consciousness soul is
    • our present task. What does the cultivation of the consciousness soul
    • order that the consciousness soul may be brought to expression,
    • development of the consciousness soul.
    • consciousness soul to develop something far more detached, more
    • intellectual soul or mind soul. Through the consciousness soul man is
    • of the consciousness soul is the urge towards an isolated life,
    • Now the self-contained consciousness soul can only
    • development of the consciousness soul, the moving factor between
    • acquainted, this rubbing off of corners, that the still unconscious,
    • incarnations strike upwards. The consciousness soul can only
    • the consciousness soul could not develop, and people would have to
    • consciousness soul — would not be able to develop either.
    • because we are living in the age of the consciousness soul, as
    • the fifth post-Atlantean epoch proceeds more and more conscious
    • individual, and particularly in our modern age of the consciousness
    • for the fifth. A conscious form of social understanding must take its
    • in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch of the consciousness soul is to
    • consciously combating these superficial feelings that we shall bring
    • the consciousness soul safely to birth. Social understanding between
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    • phases to become what may be described as modern man's consciousness of the
    • world, a consciousness out of which a higher one can be developed. In my
    • this path. In those remote ages of mankind's evolution, human consciousness
    • physical world and we are conscious that if we attempt to experience a
    • consciousness of self.
    • The clear self-consciousness which permeates the
    • felt as my hand would feel were it conscious: that it is not independent,
    • of the whole universe. They had no definite consciousness of their own
    • downstream, as was natural for him to do, he was conscious of the
    • civilization.In ordinary life breathing functions unconsciously. We
    • breathe in, hold the breath and exhale; this becomes a conscious process
    • remains for the most part an unconscious process. But during certain
    • conscious inner experience. This he did by timing the inhaling,
    • process became conscious. The yogi projected himself, as it were, into
    • unconscious.
    • consciously into the process of nerves and senses. Because the altered
    • In normal consciousness
    • normal consciousness. The result of the changed relationship of the
    • Bhagavadgita with understanding one must be conscious of what speaks
    • self-consciousness.
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    • times up to the thirty-fifth year. In ordinary consciousness, we
    • cannot have a consciousness which allows the impulse of freedom to
    • often unconscious but no less destructive on that account, has taken hold
    • and clear consciousness that super-sensible knowledge has now to arise out
    • they are based — all unconscious though he may be of it. The truth
    • hearts and souls and enter into our consciousness.
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    • Nitrogen is not unconscious of that which comes from the Stars and
    • the normal process of waking consciousness. A little more carbon
    • table, for example — you will only be conscious of your own
    • pain. If, however, you rub against it gently, you will be conscious
    • you grow into a conscious living experience of the nitrogen all
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    • for in a conscious way we must learn once more to approach the Wisdom
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    • do things in this way quite consciously and deliberately. Thus you will
    • conscious purpose, anthroposophical good sense, purity and singleness
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    • into a condition of consciousness in which he developed
    • experienced this consciously in his astral body. He was
    • carry his physical body consciously, as part of
    • consciously all that he formerly did unconsciously. This
    • and wine, body and blood. The moment that consciousness is
    • Unconsciously he descended from the Sun heights; he must
    • re-ascend to them in full consciousness.
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    • consciously with your right one; you only need to touch
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    • consciousness of how in their own soul there dwelt, in the words of Paul,
    • of real significance. For when such a consciousness as this is placed
    • consciously in the souls of the Knights Templar should be in harmony with
    • ordinary day consciousness of those who underwent this torture was
    • consciousness, their connection with the Mystery of Golgotha. But they had
    • surface consciousness was dulled, and their inner gaze was directed entirely
    • consciousness had been dulled, therefore what lived in this evil
    • consciousness was by this means placed outside, objectified, and embodied in
    • consciousness in order to make it objective, in order to form it objectively
    • unconscious and takes its course there in a good and healthy way, working
    • that in their consciousness they thought they believed in something else.
    • thing is to have a live consciousness in one's soul of what is really
    • Revolution were conscious only of the physical plane.
    • consciousness.
    • part unconsciously, nevertheless under inspiration — notable and great
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    • Self-consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being).
    • Self-consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being).
    • consciousness and ordinary knowledge, but it strives not only as
    • set at the centre of our consciousness by systematic practice, so
    • unconsciously, without the application of our will.
    • the centre of consciousness, and we then concentrate upon them with
    • lead to certain experiences coming from the unconscious spheres
    • The same applies to that which we now allow to fill our consciousness
    • is completely permeated by a clear, conscious will.
    • to enter human consciousness in the form of suggestions, illusions,
    • consciousness as an inner soul-development.
    • knowledge brings forms into our consciousness, forms which are
    • Our ordinary thoughts could not live within our consciousness in a
    • from our consciousness. The only thing which can be retained is the
    • described, which are called up in our consciousness for the sake of
    • which I have spoken, so that our consciousness is quite empty. The
    • empty consciousness is established, then we have an empty
    • consciousness for a certain time; this can be achieved if we suppress
    • investigation, we maintain our calm thoughtful consciousness
    • consciousness is entirely supplanted by a pathological consciousness.
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    • corresponding development of clarity of consciousness, which can
    • senses but also a healthy consciousness, that is, a consciousness not
    • kind of paralysis, even a loss of consciousness (Ohnmacht). It must
    • here, that which is called losing consciousness, a stupor, cannot be
    • compared with the loss of consciousness, the paralysis, of ordinary,
    • everyday consciousness. In ordinary consciousness, losing
    • consciousness occurs in relation to the areas of everyday life.
    • Losing consciousness in the spiritual world means a stupor, a
    • fogging; it means the saturation of consciousness with all that can
    • befogged or unconscious to the same degree as in ordinary
    • consciousness, but he can be unconscious in relation to the spiritual
    • world by being filled in the spiritual field of consciousness with
    • consciousness.
    • spiritual investigator dims his higher consciousness. The matter can
    • be presented in the following way. Dimming of consciousness,
    • consciousness. A stupor, a fogging of the higher, super-sensible
    • consciousness, however, is like a penetration of ordinary, everyday
    • consciousness — the consciousness that we carry around with us
    • in the ordinary world — into that consciousness in which it no
    • longer belongs, into the consciousness that should oversee and judge
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    • scientific certainty in the consciousness of present-day
    • less intense although they may still be unconscious. Nowadays when
    • is taking place unconsciously in the depths of their being. On the
    • feeling and willing we have in ordinary consciousness, on the other,
    • ordinary consciousness but takes the development of his soul into his
    • raises thinking consciously onto a higher level than in ordinary
    • life, and in the other direction makes his will nature consciously
    • is merely a spectator. And man is conscious of the fact that he
    • conscious that you are not passive whilst you think, but are as
    • thinking there enters consciously into this active thinking the kind
    • remains unconscious. This is something that man carries out
    • unconsciously. But when it comes to the experiences of active,
    • unconsciously within us. Something we have to learn about the
    • something unconsciously into the body by means of which we can later
    • as an unconscious activity and works on as memory, has to be carried
    • out consciously by the spiritual investigator. The higher,
    • experience to the body consciously.
    • We discover that when we make a conscious imprint of what we
    • because it remains unconscious, namely that our whole thinking
    • find that this imprinting that I have just described as a conscious
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    • purely mineral Earth. True, when we speak of the consciousness of the
    • solid earth ; so that when we speak of the consciousness of the
    • The whole Earth has consciousness, a consciousness
    • the differences in this consciousness of the Earth in special
    • consciousness. Let us now turn from the mineral Earth, and
    • when we consider the consciousness of these two entities or beings.
    • We can speak of a consciousness of the whole mineral Earth, but we
    • can equally speak of a consciousness of the whole plant world which
    • evolves on the Earth. The laws of this consciousness are certainly
    • entirely different from the laws of human consciousness. In speaking
    • of plant consciousness, we must always speak of it as regards certain
    • parallel between our consciousness and the consciousness of the whole
    • plant world, for we are apt to look on our waking consciousness as
    • our complete consciousness, without taking our sleeping consciousness
    • merely a change of consciousness. The case is the same with
    • the two kinds of consciousness are not of equal clearness; they are
    • of different strength. Night consciousness is beclouded
    • consciousness, for us practically no consciousness at all; while day
    • consciousness is full consciousness of our other side. In the
    • consciousness is awake, on the other side it sleeps and vice versa.
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    • consciousness. We can quite correctly compare this with the images
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    • evolution man has progressed from an instinctive and unconscious to a
    • conscious life, to a full and free understanding of his mission, so,
    • will not suffice to unite the peoples of the Earth. A conscious and
    • sphere is an unconscious urge in the whole of mankind today. On
    • into consciousness. A different element streams into the conscious
    • not endowed by the elemental world; in his own consciousness
    • Thus the oriental develops a spirituality which makes him conscious
    • which will elude him unless he consciously develops it. It is quite
    • possible must be consciously, deliberately and freely striven
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    • world without falling into the oblivion and unconsciousness
    • consciousness has before it a Greek temple. What will now be
    • when clairvoyant consciousness has before it a relic such as
    • clairvoyant consciousness transported into the spiritual world. There
    • consciousness.
    • clairvoyant consciousness rest upon these pictures on the physical
    • plane and this consciousness then rises into the spiritual world, a
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    • these souls there lives — though it is quite unconscious, of
    • subconscious and unconscious processes. The time has come when man
    • their deeply unconscious feelings. Men are dominated by an
    • necessary that we should be conscious of these decisions; in our
    • sub-consciousness we live through in the night what we can
    • should become conscious of our great responsibility and conscious,
    • than lack of consciousness of responsibility towards the spirit. The
    • souls are still asleep. There is a total lack of conscious
    • conscious of responsibility towards the spirit — when one
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    • through events which lie deep in the subconscious, disturbing that
    • knowledge gives the soul a conscious content in the same way as our
    • everyday consciousness is impregnated with a content when it
    • consciously or unconsciously invoked, lies our physical and
    • consciousness. What our physical organisation produces in our
    • consciousness which has been now attained. We must practise no longer
    • distance them from our consciousness, so that, if I may so express
    • it, this consciousness has a certain emptiness. If we reach this
    • up in our consciousness, and this lighting up of such objective
    • consciously not only in the moment, but in the whole of his life as
    • man as a real though unconscious force. Our customary objective
    • down our ordinary consciousness of the depths of the human organism,
    • the ordinary consciousness does not reach. Thus, as thinking lives in
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    • by the Christ Impulse. Consciousness of this truth was demonstrated
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    • and the conscious attention it involves — would result in an
    • consciousness before a choice of alternatives, you let something that
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    • attitude of consciousness in Anthroposophy has been drawn from that
    • attained full earthly consciousness.
    • ourselves. Only, we do not do this consciously, because we do it at a
    • know the second dimension of space in an equally unconscious manner. You
    • We are constantly doing this, though deep down in the unconscious.
    • unconsciously out of our own being and the laws that form us.
    • space we speak of in geometry, we extend our consciousness
    • (Wirkungen). As we, albeit unconsciously,
    • world, so we can train ourselves, this time by conscious
    • hand, his consciousness of self firmly established within him, and,
    • process (which did not proceed so unconsciously as it does to-day).
    • anyone who stands to-day with full consciousness within Anthroposophy
    • derives this consciousness from standing within the course of human
    • and knows how it must continue, stands consciously within the whole
    • historical process, and to this consciousness he adds the insight
    • subconscious depths of human souls, the deep longings for the heights
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    • underlies all visual art — with full consciousness. Precisely
    • consciousness, to the shaping forces which once led men to plastic
    • to survey the kingdoms of nature with the consciousness that such
    • heavens and receive unconsciously into their souls the cosmic
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    • all that is reflected into consciousness as memories — here we
    • consciousness. But this ordinary consciousness gives him only what
    • one's inner being with ordinary consciousness; and although the outer
    • What presents itself to the ordinary consciousness of modern man as
    • reflected out of man's inner being into his consciousness.
    • consciousness as we are to look behind a mirror without breaking it.
    • conscious of this fact.
    • worse than if man takes full cognisance of it, and from this conscious
    • facts. Then they were able to conquer by consciousness what
    • of intellectualism set in, this same fear became unconscious, and as
    • unconscious fear it still exists. Under all manner of masks it works
    • man was and still is influenced by this unconscious fear to the
    • the outer world. That is why the Ego-consciousness disappears in sleep,
    • it occurs in sleep and as it existed in fully conscious knowledge for the
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    • we remain within the limits of ordinary consciousness, we retain
    • to be reflected back again into consciousness, and so we have a
    • call the laws of nature. But with ordinary consciousness we never get
    • consciousness, however, we do come through it. Then men of ancient
    • Oriental wisdom penetrated it with a consciousness informed by
    • cannot hold its own in consciousness.
    • consciousness, now and in the early future. For if the pure
    • it is essential that man should acquire once more a consciousness of
    • is perfectly possible for the consciousness of the present day, he
    • consciousness, beginning with sense-perception and going on as far as
    • world that is given for ordinary consciousness; we come forth into it
    • analyse the world as it is given for ordinary consciousness, and does
    • ordinary consciousness, this is as far as we can go. With the ordinary
    • consciousness we can come to the Father God, but no further. It is
    • untruth has thus found its way into modern religious consciousness.
    • Christian centuries, in the endeavour to realise in consciousness the
    • necessary to change the whole form of our consciousness. The abstract
    • form of consciousness in which modern man is born and bred, and which
    • consciousness. Needless to say, one cannot set things before the
    • them to find their way into ordinary consciousness; they must become
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    • consciousness men were not dependent upon oral conversation or
    • a condition of consciousness resembling dream-life as we know it
    • beings in the state of consciousness I have described. And the
    • such men knew quite consciously that their souls had come down
    • men emerged from this state of consciousness. Following the
    • unconscious, subconscious regions of man's life —
    • — but also the spheres of man's consciousness.
    • carry his influence into the conscious life of man. It was
    • human consciousness since the time of the Mystery of Golgotha. He
    • properly speaking, upon human consciousness.
    • human consciousness. It was possible for men to acquire the
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    • following facts of consciousness and say to ourselves: — if you
    • at birth. You must instead bring forth again in full consciousness
    • does not enter the usual consciousness which we bring with us at
    • birth, and the consciousness that develops out of this innate
    • consciousness. The Christ must he raised out of the depths` of the
    • soul. The consciousness of Christ must arise in the life of the soul,
    • Spiritual Science wishes to bring these very experiences to conscious
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    • the course of history of which mankind is conscious.
    • consciousness soul and in it live souls that have something to give
    • consciousness the whole inner nature and essence of the
    • the sub-conscious soul-forces of man before it could rise to full
    • consciousness in him. And a historical character who picked out, I
    • learned people showed that their understanding, their conscious
    • of initiation, and in addition we give to human consciousness
    • in man's sub-conscious soul-forces. These old initiations continued
    • possessed unconscious hereditary forces of knowledge, for its
    • take hold of Olaf Asteson, but of his sub-conscious
    • granted that the Christ-Impulse must have worked subconsciously
    • nights; her sub-conscious soul-forces must, as it were, have been
    • the unconscious influences coming from the spiritual world.
    • experience more and more consciously the existence of the
    • We must be conscious,
    • consciousness that throughout the earth's round we are united, also
    • physical bodies, — this consciousness will gradually grow and
    • If souls, spirit-consciously
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    • consciousness of every human being, but is not grasped clearly enough
    • a kind of clear consciousness of this primeval wisdom; in
    • ordinary every-day consciousness, may even appear crazy to an extreme
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    • were conscious of forming part of a creation not exhausted
    • are to-day, who consciously yearn to yield themselves up, for
    • hollow, that our civilisation still remains unconscious of
    • is going on subconsciously within the people
    • consciousness that embraces the universe as a whole; when,
    • from out of this consciousness of the universal whole, we say
    • world-consciousness of future man, that world-consciousness
    • cannot live instinctively; he must live consciously.
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    • less consciously in spiritual worlds, true Art carries down
    • did not come to himself again in that consciousness which
    • consciousness over against quite another world than that
    • learn to know what otherwise remains unconscious in him
    • them from within. Consciously entering into the eye from
    • he may consciously enter the condition in which he is
    • received into consciousness. None the less, it was the living
    • beginning. Would that there were an intensive consciousness
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    • chaos he must consciously re-discover his connection with the
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    • consciousness of our Ego dawned for the first time.
    • consciousness of Egohood. In its childlike, innocent state
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    • greater future, the consciousness of continuous activity —
    • of man's consciousness in those early times was very different indeed
    • intellectual consciousness), which has developed from quite a
    • different kind of consciousness. In the chaotic medley of the dream
    • lies hidden behind the world of sense. Our consciousness to-day
    • super-sensible events. Out of the condition of consciousness arising
    • consciousness gradually evolved. A kind of primeval clairvoyance
    • preceded the gradual development of our modern consciousness.
    • soul with a spiritual world. In his intellectual consciousness
    • gazed with his clairvoyant consciousness.
    • enters our consciousness for the first time.” These men
    • for a mode of thought and consciousness to arise which gazed at a
    • only the joys of life. But the Bodhisattvic consciousness was ever
    • present — a consciousness teeming with the inner wisdom of
    • with Bodhisattvic consciousness. Thus he learned that the destructive
    • not as yet fully conscious of this wisdom. In his earlier years he
    • yet fully conscious of his Bodhisattvic wisdom — that man
    • meaning of it all did not wholly penetrate his consciousness. The
    • results of his wakened consciousness as follows: “We are living
    • though he sinned unconsciously.
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    • consciousness. If Spiritual Science succeeds in this, how
    • consciousness among men. For when people are able to perceive, on the
    • whether it is taught to articulate clearly and consciously. This is
    • the conscious or unconscious life of soul but with a disease of the
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    • whereby a religious, a divine consciousness penetrates ever and again
    • the faculty of clear and conscious discernment, did not as yet exist.
    • existence. Even in his waking hours man lived in this consciousness
    • consequence, his consciousness of death was quite different from that
    • body. His inner consciousness of soul is not detached from his
    • consciousness within him.
    • later tongue. But now, all consciousness of the pre-earthly existence
    • so the Initiates were now able to impart a new consciousness of
    • exists subconsciously in the feeling life of man and he yearns for
    • revealed to the dream-consciousness of the ancients and from which
    • once revealed to an old dreamlike clairvoyant consciousness as the
    • inner consciousness of man is now menaced by the danger of losing
    • they feel it subconsciously and with a certain emphasis in their
    • into men the consciousness that the whole domain of knowledge of
    • gradually to lead mankind to a divine consciousness, to a religious
    • itself a future life of conscious spiritual knowledge, a life leading
    • to a deepening of religious feeling, a divine consciousness —
    • gradually grow to be conscious of his cosmic existence, the
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    • nervous system, so as to experience it consciously with a genuine
    • through the general state of consciousness of the present time, they
    • lack consciousness in certain things.
    • unconsciousness over a fact, or whether I grasp it consciously.
    • so long as he blandly and unconsciously electrifies the atoms and
    • this, for the essential thing is CONSCIOUSNESS: we live in the age of
    • the consciousness-soul.
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    • on — although unconsciously — because we must then build up
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    • consciousness is concerned. But it is very different when we
    • consciousness, that something does exist to draw man's attention to the
    • quite apart from all that, the fact is that man is conscious of his
    • place, with ordinary consciousness, no one can say how the
    • Man cannot say out of his ordinary consciousness, how the
    • crudely side by side. For the modern consciousness they stand
    • the ordinary everyday consciousness, man will say to himself,
    • consciousness he can, therefore, be of opinion that his Feeling
    • Though the everyday consciousness does not generally go farther
    • everyday consciousness man has little inclination as a rule to
    • plane, and like a conscious painter you record your inner experiences
    • an unsolved riddle to the ordinary consciousness. Think only of the
    • the modern consciousness. Hence even the most well-meaning people
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    • comprehend with my consciousness what is contained in such
    • our consciousness. The power of thinking, however,
    • outer world are revealed pictorially to our picture consciousness.
    • pictures, but this picture consciousness
    • living, and make it into a conscious life of our own, then we are
    • remain unconscious of it. When we sleep our Ego and astral body are
    • unfold that intuitive activity which otherwise must be consciously
    • is too weak to be conscious of his intuitive faculty. But he
    • requiring only to be raised up into consciousness for the
    • go back to these concepts once more in full consciousness,
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    • them, should be conscious of the fact that they are working at
    • described in the Gospel of St. John; — the consciousness of
    • must take that upon ourselves if we are conscious that we can really
    • of detraction — although an unconscious one, when we are called
    • is an unconscious detraction when our movement is given the name of
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    • consciousness of this dread of the immeasurable emptiness might be
    • consciousness no longer enclosed in time.
    • relationship between themselves; we become conscious of this.
    • And indeed we become conscious too that the Spirits of Will or
    • proceed from a feeling of littleness but from a consciousness that
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    • the cosmic order. In earlier ages artists in dim consciousness were
    • Subconscious art has become a thing of the past. The art which
    • the artistic ways and means to convey to the consciousness and
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    • superficial consciousness; yet there they are within us. We might
    • thus do not enter a man's consciousness at all.
    • picture-consciousness. And as we human Beings our selves passed
    • earthly ego-consciousness, we must think of ourselves at that time
    • picture-consciousness, otherwise these Beings would have been
    • consciousness, for that has stretched over to the earth-stage of our
    • enters our consciousness. Beneath the surface of our ordinary
    • ego-consciousness we have a Soul-life which can play its part. And
    • Cosmic subject of this subconscious Soul-life, we can say that what
    • endlessly. And while we live in the consciousness belonging to this
    • consciousness — while below, in the depths of the ocean of the
    • ordinary superficial individual consciousness; but from the
    • subconsciousness pushes up that which in its individuality can
    • which rises from the subconsciousness must in the mind of
    • the unconscious Soul-forces akin to longings, burn up ardently as
    • can span with her earthly consciousness! We should not be able to
    • consciousness. Hence a situation must arise which artistically
    • consciousness; otherwise the whole tragedy could not be
    • lies in the higher consciousness must be plunged into the
    • non-conscious. Again, what part does this subconsciousness play in
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    • ego-consciousness there. Without death he could never find it.
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    • unconscious and instinctive life was never more to the fore
    • instinctive and unconscious element has increasingly taken
    • between human consciousness and the destructive powers of
    • consciously aware in such a way that they are able to
    • completely unconscious and which are not the right forces
    • thoughts. For as long as people watch over their conscious
    • minds and their consciousness is not in any way clouded or
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    • consciously and clearly considered and ways must be found to
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    • death and do so in full consciousness, they come to know
    • but these people want more. If one looks to the unconscious
    • consciousness of having one particular virtue or another is
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    • something of a testament. Those who are inwardly conscious of
    • Imaginations of a genius to arise unconsciously. The power of
    • come from their unconscious physical aspect but out of deeper
    • conscious of the truth of everything I have just told you.
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    • thought is with us wherever we are in waking consciousness.
    • want to establish what fills the conscious mind in everyday
    • with the senses when in waking consciousness. Our own
    • consciousness are thought-corpses — thoughts that have
    • that in our state of consciousness we walk around bearing
    • spirit comes to conscious awareness, it shows itself to be a
    • consciously a follower of Jacob Boehme was Saint-Martin.
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    • Luther's soul at an unconscious, instinctive level.
    • more or less unconscious, inner grasp of the conflicts which
    • consciousness, questions which may well touch us deeply. Why
    • not even think about it, but unconsciously, instinctively
    • unconsciously and instinctively drawing on experience. The
    • would not be able to progress in conscious awareness. We owe
    • our progress in consciousness to this illusion. To stay with
    • me, I would quite obviously be unable to develop conscious
    • awareness of the outside world. We owe our consciousness to
    • up our consciousness. We have to be deceived in order to
    • progress in consciousness, for our consciousness is the child
    • illusion remains beyond the threshold of conscious awareness.
    • and in this way lets us rise above it and be conscious.
    • Consciousness also depends on many other things, but it
    • consciousness may arise, it is also necessary that when
    • consciousness has developed we rise above the illusion,
    • on illusion, our consciousness cannot gain access to true
    • consciousness soul
    • in their consciousness that the astral body would be taken
    • and if teachers are truly conscious of the great task life
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    • aware of these things. Unless they are in our conscious
    • this how unconsciously human beings are, in fact, being
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    • could then work in the subconscious.
    • conscious of it as possible and really getting to know it.
    • when we try and bring the things which exist to consciousness
    • the sand like ostriches, but only by consciously entering
    • consciously give to boys and girls, or to young men and
    • women, are the things that enter unconsciously into their
    • though in the subconscious, and parallel to our conscious
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    • conscious attention; they would far rather it stayed down
    • consciousness, that a mysterious inwardness reigns in a child
    • to appreciate that the conscious human life which is
    • unconscious life which is connected with the human breast and
    • will take hold of the unconscious life. It would be utterly
    • taken up in full consciousness and deepened through the
    • the ‘unimproved something’. And so: conscious and
    • unconscious ‘something’, improved and unimproved
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    • remain outside our conscious awareness, make them all the
    • I really remain in the spiritual world. I am conscious that
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    • consciousness on the other. Above all else, the spirits of
    • future will be to give yourself up unconsciously to the
    • mattered at this time. Marbach states that in his conscious
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    • have to be prepared to gain conscious knowledge of things
    • people enter consciously into the spiritual impulses that are
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    • time about a consciousness that must be attained if we are to
    • consciousness can only be acquired if the whole task of culture and
    • consciousness of this independence first arose as the
    • consciousness soul appeared in human evolution in the first half of
    • consciousness of sin: As a human being I am sinless only when I find
    • This consciousness of sin
    • consciousness of sin. It is only that one did not say to
    • infected by the consciousness of sin. In the Scholastic wisdom of the
    • consciousness of sin in the intellect.
    • anything of a divine spiritual nature. Man's consciousness of sin had
    • consciousness posits a fall of man at the beginning of the historical
    • raising of man can only go forth out of the age of the consciousness
    • he was conscious of sin, in fact, because he considered himself too
    • cage. Certainly there is no consciousness present in our civilized
    • know in fact that the consciousness of sin once made people humble.
    • of all today. But nevertheless, during the time of real consciousness
    • into a gentle sleep and only dreamed still of a consciousness of sin.
    • Formerly one was awake in one's consciousness of sin; one said
    • that we now need to take up into ourselves in full consciousness the
    • nevertheless, because a full consciousness is being demanded
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    • human consciousness in general, as a kind of ideal for man's striving
    • the consciousness of sin, the general consciousness of to-day has, to
    • consciousness of our civilisation. It is necessary to contemplate
    • quite clearly the nature of the consciousness of our
    • consciousness of our civilisation arose, on the one hand, from a
    • from the usual consciousness of to-day. There it continues to
    • consciousness that is not born of his union with a divine-spiritual
    • that the consciousness of mankind has changed in the course of time.
    • man's consciousness and in his soul-disposition in the course of time.
    • for ourselves a consciousness of the development of man's soul-disposition,
    • misunderstandings relating to the consciousness of sin — not
    • regard to the consciousness of sin. This consciousness of sin,
    • consciousness continues to evolve. The higher things, extending
    • must be introduced. But this method is rejected by the consciousness
    • of to-day's considerations, I said, with regard to the consciousness
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    • sequence the flashing up of the normal day-consciousness and its
    • different. During the day, through our normal consciousness, we wear
    • consciousness lights up, clear day-consciousness. The summer-like
    • consciousness reside only in the head, and when the astral body
    • spirits are active on the Earth. Divine life, divine consciousness,
    • these things with clear, clairvoyant consciousness. Man can say, if only
    • although in the form of dreamlike, clairvoyant consciousness;
    • ancient consciousness placed in midwinter the festival that was meant
    • had meaning for ancient clairvoyant consciousness have been handed down
    • modern consciousness. (See note at end of lecture.) These pictures of
    • [i.e., 1879 years after the birth of Ego-consciousness
    • the Mystery of Golgotha took place, Ego-consciousness
    • The birth of Ego-consciousness is a fact of international
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    • being in the evening, when he is tired, as his consciousness is
    • unconscious. For the spiritual investigator (we will see how he comes
    • resistance, he again feels his ego, his self-consciousness.
    • conscious that in sleep the soul becomes one with the universe and is
    • states of consciousness must be pictured as reversed in a certain
    • consciousness appear re versed in a certain way. Now, what does the
    • in the human being tends toward a self-conscious ego, so it is also
    • human being has his ego, so the earth has its self-conscious ego.
    • consider them in interaction with the self-conscious ego of the
    • perceives, what achieves consciousness, is the spiritual world
    • not be able to achieve consciousness if it did not have its sense
    • organs in the plants, mediating a self-consciousness just as our eyes
    • and ears and nerves mediate our self-consciousness. This makes us
    • self-consciousness; the second orientation is the one through which
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    • period. But the prevailing consciousness of the time, during
    • the Zodiacs. Dupuis studied these things quite consciously and
    • — the mere aftermath of the conscious deception which
    • consciousness commonly remains behind, — does not
    • consciousness of all educated people. And it was under the
    • general consciousness of the public.
    • our consciousness at the present moment of evolution, and,
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    • 18th century a clear and distinct consciousness of the fact
    • the end of the 18th century there was a consciousness of the
    • we still find a consciousness of ancient truths of the
    • consciousness of the 18th century. In Dupuis, on the other
    • fully to our consciousness. And if we ask to-day. What
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    • Christian consciousness of to-day is still aware — or can,
    • home to the consciousness of men. It was, however, a very
    • different consciousness from what has remained to us in this
    • They were clearly conscious of the fact that when a man gives
    • consciousness of the invisible or super-sensible Man —
    • saw in the starry sky; for the old atavistic consciousness
    • Universe. This consciousness was thoroughly aware of the
    • consciousness, needless to say, has been lost. It must be
    • super-sensible Man and to the conscious experience of him,
    • ruined. We must be conscious that we are living to this day
    • this consciousness of the macrocosmic connections of Man and
    • time is far remote from such a consciousness. In this
    • The conscious man, no doubt, has fallen out of the habit of
    • prayer; but the unconscious man prays to the idols of the
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    • Self-consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • Self-consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • separated. Perhaps I may point out that in ordinary consciousness
    • acquisition of conscious super-sensible knowledge outside the
    • designated vaguely in ordinary consciousness as man's outer and
    • consciousness and which reflects the external world, does not go
    • consciousness we cannot grow conscious of that part which goes
    • out during sleep and which remains unconscious for the ordinary
    • consciousness. (Self-observation can easily convince us that
    • during our ordinary waking consciousness the world of thought
    • produces this waking state of consciousness).
    • — when we are just as conscious within this inner being as
    • we are ordinarily conscious within our physical body. But we also
    • learn to know why we have an unconscious life during our ordinary
    • sleeping condition. Consciousness arises when we dive down into
    • sensory world awakes and we thus grow conscious of it.
    • world of thoughts, and we grow conscious within our thoughts.
    • Ordinary consciousness is therefore based upon the fact that we
    • will, simply cannot attain consciousness, because it has no
    • which is at first indistinct in our ordinary consciousness,
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    • conscious of this conflict. Yet he is conscious of something
    • else. He is conscious of the fact that he is estranged to the
    • took up a new posture. And when he grew fully conscious of this
    • never have attained a freedom that grows conscious of its own
    • reach this Ego consciousness, this experience of freedom, and it
    • of men face these problems quite consciously today. Those who
    • face them consciously must turn towards that which is described
    • men still face these questions unconsciously and more feelingly.
    • which he acquired a feeling of Ego consciousness and the
    • strong earthly Ego consciousness, to a strong earthly experience
    • man, which exists unconsciously in the life of all who are in any
    • with the divine consciousness, which we reach through a power of
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    • Anthroposophy, and a 10 lecture series entitled, Self-consciousness:
    • Self-consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • not be fully conscious; it can quite well remain in the
    • subconscious depths of the soul. But its influence upon
    • consciousness manifests itself in symptoms which can be
    • simply knew unconsciously (let me use this paradoxical
    • Schleich supposes, to the effect that a conscious thought
    • thing is borne in mind; namely, that certain subconscious
    • surface of ordinary consciousness, but masked. In the unconscious
    • depths of the human soul many conscious manifestations have quite
    • a different aspect, and ordinary consciousness simply gives them
    • ordinary consciousness many of my statements produce an
    • arise through the fact that we place them into our consciousness,
    • and by filling consciousness with an ever greater amount of
    • thoughts behind consciously, when we fall asleep, only because
    • can abandon it consciously, in the same way in which we
    • consciously turn our face away from color and in the same way in
    • consciousness only as reflected images. They, too, have a
    • our constitution does not enable our consciousness to remain
    • clear; it is not strong enough to maintain consciousness unless
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    • is set up on Golgotha. How does it stand within the consciousness
    • like the poor shepherds who were conscious of their misery.
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    • unconscious way, on the inner side of the surface of man's being.
    • human consciousness. But if you study the anthroposophical
    • consciousness differing from those which exist for the earthly
    • only constitute facts pertaining to our ordinary consciousness.
    • There are, however, other possibilities of consciousness, which
    • remain more unconscious in the earthly human being and are pushed
    • consciousness which exhaust themselves in what I have described
    • perception. This fills the consciousness of the ordinary human
    • consciousness. We may, to be sure, make excavations reaching a
    • ordinary human consciousness. Also what is inside the earth
    • of consciousness, we do not perceive these influences rising from
    • these perceptions do not reach human consciousness. For what the
    • could really reach your consciousness, they would not be ordinary
    • consciousness is not able to perceive imaginations. They are
    • imagination, and for this reason ordinary human consciousness
    • impressions are subconscious and they do not appear in the
    • in our environment, and similarly we have a consciousness which
    • would manifest itself as inspired consciousness, as inspirations
    • able to use the inspired state of consciousness.
    • his earthly consciousness we find, to begin with, the condition
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • his ordinary consciousness any conception of his own self. He
    • which fills his waking consciousness. But when he considers his
    • man's present consciousness.
    • human consciousness. In Michelangelo's “Last
    • ordinary consciousness: consequently mankind is threatened by a
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    • — the inner consciousness of freedom.
    • sphere of his thoughts: One is the consciousness of freedom, the
    • what really lived in his consciousness.
    • find this consciousness: I, who am a human being, enfold the God
    • One might say: In the past, man was conscious of the fact that
    • truly feeling manner, the state of consciousness of the ancient
    • developed the consciousness of the Father, man's attitude towards
    • to experience in human consciousness a relation with the creative
    • consciousness of freedom, and on the other hand, with the aid of
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    • formatively upon us, up to the moment when we have a conscious
    • becomes an instrument capable of consciously grasping the Ego. A deep
    • in the spiritual world. Man will have to become conscious of this,
    • and humanity can only become conscious of it because at a certain
    • consciousness of the necessity of a reunion of what remains
    • conscious of this when we give over the imprint of our higher man,
    • born again through the consciousness in the human soul that this soul
    • in which we can find that consciousness in which our own ego flows in
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    • relationship, a conscious relationship, to our “I.” In
    • as a tool so that we can consciously comprehend our self as an
    • conscious of this fact. And humanity is only able to become
    • conscious of this fact because at a certain time the Christ
    • evolution from the very beginning: the consciousness of how what
    • conscious of the fact that when we surrender the imprint of our
    • Golgotha through the consciousness in the human soul, that this
    • is opened on which we can find the consciousness in which our own
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    • course of human evolution. Human consciousness in olden times was of
    • future, other stages of consciousness will be reached, again very
    • different from the normal consciousness of to-day.
    • confronted by a consciousness entirely different from that of the
    • consciousness in ancient times was bound up with certain dream
    • consciousness, if we think of a last remnant of the ancient
    • consciousness, still left to us in dreams. Everybody knows how dream
    • present consciousness they are for the most part dream pictures,
    • are with higher states of consciousness, they are incomprehensible to
    • these our dream consciousness consists. Everyone has experienced how
    • difference between a dream and ordinary waking consciousness. Such as
    • consciousness of man. Man then lived in a world of images —
    • In this ancient consciousness there were intermediate states
    • his consciousness. Nowadays the door into the spiritual world
    • is locked against the normal consciousness of man, but this was not
    • experiences and perceptions in a different state of consciousness; I
    • belong, at the expense of the old clairvoyant consciousness.
    • Clairvoyant consciousness will have to be cultivated again in the
    • added to the purely physical consciousness that is bound up with the
    • in the evolution of human consciousness and we see therein a deep
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    • consciousness have unfolded in humanity. Our consciousness to-day,
    • of thought, has not always been in existence; consciousness has
    • consciousness also. This is an indication of the fact that we can
    • times, in the place of our present intellectual consciousness, men
    • possessed a clairvoyant consciousness unlike our waking
    • consciousness and yet unlike the complete absence of consciousness
    • during sleep. Traces of this consciousness of prehistoric man are now
    • in ordinary life, the picture consciousness of the Ancients was
    • spiritual world behind. In reality, all clairvoyant consciousness,
    • ideas of outer physical consciousness. The pictures must be related
    • as materialistic consciousness imagines to-day. On the contrary,
    • materialistic consciousness of to-day, but with a true feeling for
    • stages between the old clairvoyant consciousness and the objective
    • consciousness of modern man. The ancient clairvoyance grew dim and
    • consciousness was limited to the physical world around and to ideas
    • present-day consciousness proceeded — although of course the
    • This old consciousness could find no
    • the consciousness of his kinship with Osiris awakens within him. The
    • represented what clairvoyant consciousness perceived when it gazed at
    • the feelings, the consciousness of
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    • without our being conscious of them, and by the illumination that
    • normal health we have no conscious perception of our internal organs. We
    • ordinary consciousness. Least of all does a man know what he generally
    • beings and are conscious of them. It is just as true that we are
    • conscious there of spirits of the higher world within us as it is true
    • that here on earth we have no consciousness of our interior, of liver,
    • down of this consciousness. We do the same with the spiritual within us
    • consciousness, a faculty that might be possessed by beings of the
    • us ever to achieve freedom, consciousness of freedom, consciousness of
    • our personality, which is fundamentally identical with the consciousness
    • experience of spiritual consciousness of the self. What during earthly
    • retrospective view of his experiences during the day, an unconscious
    • view, for naturally it must be unconscious — no, when the soul
    • — it is related to the future. Thus for ordinary consciousness it
    • is an unconscious experience of what man has to live through in what I
    • the soul world. And the intuitive and inspired consciousness described
    • ordinary consciousness sees here in the weak, shadowy force of memory
    • consciousness receives? Why then do we transform ordinary speech that we
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    • ‘unconscious.’ On the one hand it admits that in respect
    • play into the ordinary consciousness; but on the other hand, by the very
    • We merely label them the ‘unconscious.’
    • show that when we investigate our consciousness, we find in it all
    • consciousness. We speak accordingly of the ‘unconscious,’
    • do no other than refer simply to an ‘unconscious.’ We do not
    • in consciousness in ordinary day-to-day life, show so great a dependence
    • soul emerge out of the bodily conditions as out of a subconscious
    • subconscious or unconscious in man, namely the region of soul-life
    • consciousness all that we can say is that whereas from waking to going
    • to sleep consciousness is filled with a content, on going to sleep this
    • condition of unconsciousness ensues. During the consciousness of daytime
    • ordinary consciousness. For ordinary consciousness darkness spreads over
    • experienced, not unconsciously, but in full consciousness. And through
    • being able thus consciously during waking life to experience in a
    • consciousness, already growing vague and indistinct, is often confused
    • about dreams in daytime consciousness with the ordinary means of
    • experiences in sleep it experiences unconsciously. But now, since I am
    • experienced consciously. I shall have to describe to you the experiences
    • consciousness. They are not; nevertheless, what I describe is truly
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    • point at which he admits a conscious universal Being, of whom he
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    • means of it consciousness, the organs concerned becomes
    • being by way of a conscious process, of an incitement to
    • consciousness, can occasion fatigue. It would consequently be
    • consciousness and those of life and the life-process alone
    • point of time when the conscious conception of the Ego
    • imply that everything must enter his consciousness, only that
    • the day, sink into indefinite obscurity, The whole conscious
    • of consciousness in waking-up and in going to sleep. So long
    • as man obtains only conscious impressions from the external
    • only what he had in his consciousness in the evening. He
    • wakes up again with the same content in his consciousness; he
    • embody into the life of my consciousness something that I had
    • which are already in our consciousness. So we remain standing
    • consciousness which took place before the development of his
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    • consciousness soul; and at the same time, it formed the bones
    • the various stages of a higher clairvoyant consciousness.
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    • indefinite characteristic of consciousness of the spirit
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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
    • possessed an intellectual consciousness.
    • when the clairvoyant consciousness saw, not only the physical
    • seen that human consciousness has undergone a change; that,
    • see behind the material veil with our normal consciousness:
    • says: — Man, with his normal consciousness, stands
    • and he was conscious of it. Hence we can understand those
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    • sub-conscious life of man, as it shows itself in dreams or
    • seems to me that all those assembled here must be conscious
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    • Imaginative cognition, consciousness is strengthened and
    • path, it is necessary to damp down ordinary consciousness, so
    • condition void of ordinary consciousness appears then in the
    • forces which are usually contained in the consciousness of
    • whose consciousness has been extinguished, as a rule, are
    • consciousness any ideas or concepts from spiritual
    • consciousness, and thereby renders it difficult to silence or
    • forces itself into the diminished consciousness. Everything
    • pertaining to an active, strongly-conscious, creative content
    • of consciousness works disturbingly on the revelations of the
    • consciousness. If one gets from a medium, therefore, some
    • into his consciousness. If however one surveys the entirety
    • consciousness is purely excluded, and in revelations of world
    • higher worlds, all the truer is ones knowledge. Consciousness
    • exercise the utmost consciousness in their selection. Thus
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    • take its course as it appears to man's present consciousness.
    • consciousness — or as they say, in the unconscious
    • or subconscious — beating-up into the conscious life.
    • are truly there in the subconscious, and surge up into
    • consciousness like the clouds of smoke which arise in the
    • consciousness.
    • unconscious faculties of soul — and failings of soul
    • consciousness. So now they try to catechise the soul. Somehow
    • vanished. It is still burrowing on in the subconsciousness.
    • Cravings, above all, are burrowing in the subconsciousness
    • levels of consciousness the thing is still there, and presently
    • soul's life and for the surface consciousness apparently
    • been reconciled to the change. But what a man consciously feels
    • resting there in the soul's depths without man's consciousness
    • consciousness is a small circle and the soul's life a far
    • larger circle of which the consciousness comprises only a
    • soul's foundation in an unconscious way (for the consciousness
    • Consciousness says to itself, ‘I want nothing more;
    • and masked by what the consciousness declares.
    • with a grain of salt) has conjectured that in these same unconscious
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    • subconscious life and people are unaware that they possess it.
    • that enters from the Karma of the age into the unconscious life
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    • unconsciousness, this above all he works out between
    • consciousness. Here upon Earth, man looks through his
    • unconscious impulses towards his new calling; and into this,
    • circumstances are subconsciously connected with what is
    • consciously. Therefore a knowledge of these laws will
    • matters, more and more consciousness will have to take hold of
    • confront life without conscious understanding. For they
    • life with conscious understanding — increasingly,
    • So do unconscious impulses play into our human life.
    • out of her subconsciousness — there was a danger
    • take place in the unconscious.
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    • For they darken the consciousness of men, putting an Angel in
    • is an unconscious egoism. On the one hand man shuns the task of
    • man develops as his conscious life. But there are many
    • things living unconsciously in man — or only dimly
    • conscious. So we may say: A man's connection with his Angel is
    • consciously, leads in its turn more or less consciously to the
    • consciously in the soul. But when we come to man's relation to
    • unconscious outcome of the one-sided devotion to
    • Archangel, just as materialism goes consciously hand-in-hand
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    • of the undefined subconscious levels of man's existence.
    • the sense-consciousness of our age, enmeshed in external
    • conscious life. Every true believer of the Old Testament said
    • Hebrew believed was sanctified by Jahve in the unconscious
    • state of clear consciousness. But he can do this
    • man's experiences in full consciousness.
    • must enter into the waking consciousness of humanity what
    • himself in full clear waking consciousness such cosmic thoughts
    • consciousness soul: that these thoughts, however they may
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    • or less unconsciously, was for the esoteric Christian the
    • And the esoteric Christian had still a consciousness of what
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    • Intellectual or Mind Soul and the Spiritual or Consciousness-Soul.
    • And in the Spiritual Soul (or Consciousness-Soul) the ‘I’
    • the Spiritual Soul or Consciousness-Soul.
    • living through the stage of self-consciousness which other Beings
    • consciousness and, by means of his ego, transmute his astral body
    • consciousness a condition akin to the unconscious or subconscious
    • man awakens to self-consciousness, that he is as fully conscious in
    • man becomes conscious in his astral body, i.e. outside his physical
    • consciousness is at a loss. It is unable to realize that the
    • consciously at the service of mankind and influenced our
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    • but only to clairvoyant consciousness, and this must be admitted.
    • investigations of clairvoyant consciousness. Where does clairvoyant
    • surprising, for his consciousness is limited to the phenomenal world.
    • 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
    • plane. Then we are always conscious that this etheric aura begins to
    • with clairvoyant consciousness, we study the different peoples, we
    • these other Beings who are perceived by clairvoyant consciousness.
    • could not have developed ego-consciousness if the Spirits of Form had
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    • the Spiritual Soul or Consciousness-Soul, the highest member, in which
    • the human ego first becomes conscious.
    • Self-consciousness
    • Soul (Consciousness-Soul).
    • conscious in the Spiritual Soul. If we wish to examine these three
    • think of the form of consciousness, of the entire soul-life of these
    • conceptions are few and far between; man's consciousness has
    • towards an understanding of the consciousness of the Folk Spirits if
    • inner experience, what takes place in consciousness itself, suffice.
    • consciousness of the Archangels works. They do not perceive the
    • world of inspiration and this inspiration permeates my consciousness
    • facet of consciousness is still common to man and the Archangels, to
    • being. What we introduce into our moral consciousness are ideals,
    • in the field of human consciousness; to them that is an aggregate of
    • originate in his consciousness, but nevertheless is alien to him. It
    • resembles the sudden ideas that flash into our consciousness —
    • reach up into the higher worlds, their consciousness extends into
    • those spheres where the consciousness of the Archangels is active.
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    • contemporary man is the one who has gradually made ego-consciousness
    • possible. The opportunity to develop ego-consciousness was first
    • first seven years of his life man would have the consciousness
    • pertaining to the physical body, namely, the very dim consciousness
    • of seven and fourteen, he would have a sleep-consciousness. From the
    • but would live in a kind of dreamlike consciousness of the Old Moon
    • awaken to ego-consciousness. If he followed the normal course of
    • development therefore he would only awaken to ego-consciousness at
    • clear that man attains his present-day consciousness much too early.
    • Now in modern man this consciousness, as you know, awakens to some
    • the ego-consciousness that would normally be his only around the age
    • who are responsible for our present consciousness — not between
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    • consciousness, our horizon, is enlarged through these ideas of karma
    • consciousness. It is a reality; it approaches all men from without as
    • underlying our external Maya we must raise our consciousness from the
    • perceive how this tapestry is woven. If we raise our consciousness to
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    • through the respiratory system. The unconscious organism is deeply
    • consciously under the special influence of Jupiter or Zeus and who
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    • post-Atlantean times we are conscious that in the course of their
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    • consciousness. Then the ‘I’ entered in — they awoke
    • to consciousness of the ‘I’. Amongst the Indians this
    • consciousness, without a developed ego-consciousness.
    • development when their ego was still in a dim state of consciousness.
    • furthest evolved when their ego awoke to full self-consciousness.
    • stage a long time before. They awoke to self-consciousness when they
    • clairvoyance. They had no direct consciousness of the work of the
    • accomplished at a time when they were not yet ego-conscious. They
    • awoke to ego-consciousness when their souls had already reached a
    • state of consciousness. They were unconsciously guided into higher
    • spheres. Before their ego-consciousness had awakened they had
    • people became ego conscious at such a late stage of development. They
    • ego-consciousness one stage lower than the Indians, but it was a
    • certain consciousness of these Primal Forces or Spirits of
    • Greeks were nearer to the Germanic peoples. They became ego-conscious
    • still in a state of diminished consciousness. But now in clairvoyant
    • from conscious memories. The Egyptians and Chaldeans had only a dim
    • fully conscious in order that these soul-forces might gradually
    • present happening. He was there with his own ego; he was a conscious
    • ego-consciousness. Hence there lives especially in the soul of the
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    • develop gradually the human ego and bring it to fuller consciousness.
    • immediate transition from this clairvoyant state to a consciousness
    • that they only awoke to ego consciousness after they had already
    • Germanic peoples who were ego-conscious whilst their capacities were
    • gradually evolving and who were conscious of the divine-spiritual
    • they became conscious of the real inner striving towards the ‘I’.
    • embodied in the Old Testament. Only a certain consciousness of the
    • consciousness of the external world. The Persian aims primarily at
    • will only return gradually to the consciousness of man through
    • wolf. This permeates the whole of Nordic consciousness and you will
    • consciousness that was able to see into the spiritual world and a
    • consciousness that was directed to the physical plane, just as we
    • clairvoyant consciousness. But human consciousness consisted in this
    • consciousness he saw into the spiritual world. When in a condition of
    • waking consciousness, he was blind to it. Thus he alternated between
    • world. His consciousness alternated just as a certain Cosmic Being
    • Christianity began to spread abroad, this conscious awareness of the
    • rise to a consciousness of God. Unlike the peoples of the Near East
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    • developing ego-consciousness. He then returned to his activity in the
    • development before it was conscious of the ‘I’, and this
    • the Spiritual Soul (or Consciousness-Soul). Hence the Greek culture
    • Mind-Soul and from the Spiritual or Consciousness-Soul itself,
    • to its emphasis upon the other aspect of the consciousness of the
    • Graeco-Latin, the Spiritual Soul (or Consciousness-Soul) in our
    • consciousness of a world of the Cosmic Father. Everything that is
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    • of men; but they themselves must be prepared to make a conscious
    • be conscious of it, to understand each other at the deepest levels of
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    • special emphasis upon two things. I said the Greeks were conscious
    • consciousness. Through Spiritual Science we are struggling gradually
    • comprehensive soul-life, a subconscious soul-life, is at work in us
    • — it is better to call it subconscious rather than
    • unconscious—a soul-life which in most modern men does not
    • emerge into consciousness at all. In this subconscious life which is
    • forces have been drawn down into the human subconscious, they have
    • lie deep in the subconscious, forces which in outer Nature are
    • to himself, not in full consciousness, but as it were in the
    • unconscious, ‘I myself have done nothing, I have gone through
    • and along with the sensible received the spiritual, he consciously
    • how Greek mythology was dominated by the consciousness that man is a
    • him his clairvoyant consciousness, but he knew too that it was she
    • consciousness, but which was self-evident, impelling the soul. And it
    • total content of his consciousness is a reflection of his ether body.
    • consciousness when we acquire knowledge of the world have both
    • brought to consciousness through the ether body. A thought,
    • we have astral bodies. But these thoughts and images become conscious
    • as conscious knowledge in the ether body. This torch of knowledge
    • consciousness that Hecate has only changed the manner of her
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    • subconscious, he saw it, or felt it clairvoyantly. If today we wish
    • flashes up in our consciousness — we say that all this
    • causes the phenomena of consciousness to light up; without extends
    • once more the Greek felt the answer, was conscious of the answer
    • conscious of a figure who could be reached by clairvoyance, he was
    • still conscious of the ruler, the centre of all these forces in the
    • ego-consciousness. Now when the Greek asked himself what it was,
    • clairvoyant consciousness, who can see into the real spiritual world,
    • was far more conscious of the Pluto, Poseidon and Zeus forces outside
    • man. It does not all come into human consciousness. The
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    • consciousness comes to know just what the star of Venus is by
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    • were less tightly drawn. That the Greeks were conscious of this
    • consciousness of being under a divine hierarchy which in its own
    • ancient Hebrew consciousness of God is wonderfully portrayed in that
    • If ancient Hebrew consciousness was utterly filled with the knowledge
    • consciousness in vivid contrast to the consciousness which we meet
    • later among the Greeks. Greek consciousness brings to maturity the
    • consciousness, the ancient Hebrew consciousness surrenders itself
    • meaning. For a modern consciousness it is somewhat difficult to come
    • Atlantean men to whom Greek consciousness gave the names of Pluto,
    • Atlanteans, and imagine an observer endowed with full consciousness
    • reality then enters into his consciousness and takes the place of the
    • clear what a consciousness experiences when it has been freed from
    • incarnation, he returns again to ordinary consciousness. In that
    • could not give; they could not give the ego-consciousness which man
    • lectures that this human ego-consciousness was something which had to
    • evolution. On the Moon the ego-consciousness could find no footing.
    • There was no ego-consciousness in anything created on the Moon, or in
    • principle of creation. They could not give ego-consciousness to men,
    • not become creators of the ego-consciousness. In this respect they
    • the creator of the ego-consciousness. Thus the whole of modern
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    • inner being to clairvoyant consciousness. To ordinary consciousness,
    • quite different; the ego too for clairvoyant consciousness is
    • consciousness. We must not think of the ego of which ordinary
    • consciousness, bodies of quite different appearance from physical
    • acquire his ego-consciousness, or in terms of the Greek mind, he
    • acquired his present ego-consciousness it was normal for him to have
    • a clairvoyant consciousness. But this clairvoyant consciousness was a
    • pictorial one, a dreamlike one, it was not a consciousness lit up by
    • clairvoyant consciousness had to be lost to man in order that a new
    • ego-consciousness could arise. To this end the old form of the ego,
    • is, as our present ego-consciousness, the consciousness which has
    • old clairvoyant consciousness had to die out, had to sink below the
    • horizon of consciousness. Anyone who knew that—and those who
    • consciousness which looked up into a world full of spiritual beings
    • consciousness? Let us imagine that, by some miracle or other, instead
    • to stand before a normal human consciousness of today ... the man
    • world-wonders in which the ancient Greek consciousness had placed
    • ego-consciousness, could not be like the elder Dionysos, a son of
    • mind what the Greek consciousness added in the further development of
    • consciousness. What then does it mean that Semele was to see Zeus for
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    • everything of which one can become conscious through a deeper insight
    • consciousness of it, something of great significance. This physical
    • language something that has not yet passed through the conscious
    • human being was of course not conscious of what really takes place at
    • which in the ego-man of today underlies his conscious life of
    • beyond what ordinary consciousness can grasp.
    • have originated behind what the human being has in his consciousness.
    • It has to be drawn from the sub-conscious depths of the soul.
    • as to acknowledge quite consciously: ‘If you reject the
    • that quite consciously, for it is inevitable. One must face up to the
    • the usual conscious external method of acquiring knowledge.
    • conscious knowledge to which we are accustomed in the outer world.
    • consciousness, yet for all that they have to keep with them the sound
    • common sense which goes with normal consciousness and then make use
    • relinquishing his normal consciousness no one can become a mystic. He
    • has to do without the consciousness which serves him well in the
    • who only manifest themselves to clairvoyant consciousness. You will
    • by physical eyes but was visible only to the inspired consciousness.
    • clairvoyant consciousness. In the Mysteries with which we are
    • seen as mirror-images in normal consciousness, but things which
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    • consciousness is quite unaware. A treasure slumbers in the deepest
    • which the normal consciousness is at first incapable of
    • consciousness.’ What are we doing when we bring up this
    • treasure out of the unconscious? We give it a different form from the
    • the normal consciousness today is quite unaware, and that when in the
    • consciousness today, man knows nothing of the marvellous play of
    • out of the unconscious by way of lower instincts and appetites, all
    • including all that is unconscious in us, the whole comprehensive self
    • with our everyday consciousness comes from the generation of gods who
    • unconscious in us, comes from the original generation of gods. What
    • we are conscious of comes from the other side, from the generation of
    • life of consciousness. That is something which also dawned upon the
    • entire being into us, streams of which we are quite unconscious; and
    • consciousness.’ Then the Greek pupil became clear that he must
    • disregard his formal consciousness and turn to the ancient gods, who
    • consciousness from outside, so to say, without man's descending
    • consciousness from without — something which was not just the
    • then withdrawn into the depths of our consciousness.
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    • The clairvoyant consciousness cannot then look upon a sphinx —
    • human organisation to which normal human consciousness no longer
    • They had to behold the unconscious part of the human being in such a
    • of Atlantis had streamed into the subconscious from cosmic space,
    • purest way not only into the unconscious part of the human being, but
    • in such a way that they can influence consciousness. That is why a
    • hitherto only into that part of man which is today unconscious. Hence
    • element. That this cosmic stream should flow into the conscious part
    • consciousness which enabled him to know it for himself, he knew from
    • observe through an original, natural clairvoyance. This consciousness
    • into you and is reflected, is your thought, your conscious feeling,
    • consciousness of the aura. Notice how Mary is usually depicted with
    • his consciousness strong within him he is driven to say: ‘This
    • consciousness of mine only grasps a very small part indeed of human
    • that the real ego-consciousness of man does not take place in the
    • real ego of man as it manifests in our consciousness comes into
    • taking place in us and the normal consciousness of present-day man
    • how our conscious knowledge merely skims the surface of the three
    • fact that our ordinary life of soul, our consciousness, stays on the
    • ordeals of the soul that this consciousness should not render him
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    • them as the ancient clairvoyant consciousness and expressing what
    • come to consciousness as our thoughts about the world. But in ancient
    • with present-day consciousness there is far less of world-reality
    • pride of present-day science, but thirsts to fill its consciousness
    • to develop his present ego-consciousness. He has had to become
    • poured out into the world — to attain to consciousness of his
    • ego. To enable man to become strong as regards his ego-consciousness
    • through understanding, the soul which is ego-conscious, is at its
    • very weakest as regards cosmic consciousness, as regards conditions
    • has rendered inevitable the emergence in modern consciousness of our
    • consciousness of today it can only produce ideas which are
    • consciousness.
    • expand our present-day consciousness into the far spaces of the
    • consciousness is can be spared this experience. The soul has
    • from present-day consciousness — then that soul is bound to
    • his consciousness, in infinite nothingness.’ This is the universal
    • present-day consciousness pulverised, shattered, in face of the
    • present-day consciousness it tries to penetrate into cosmic
    • conditions of consciousness the soul really only experiences what has
    • Old Moon as astral body remains subconscious; it lights up in the
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    • applying itself to the spiritual or the spiritual becoming conscious of
    • order that he might become conscious of the riddles of existence, but
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    • the animal soul. The earth has a transmitting role. In its conscious
    • while its whole attention in the conscious life goes toward the sugar,
    • the most curious things take place in its subconscious life. But all
    • these processes take place entirely in its subconscious regions. In
    • its consciousness the horse knows nothing of all this. Besides, owing
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    • transcends the ordinary powers of human consciousness, the intellectual,
    • I state as something of the objectivity of which I am conscious, something
    • of the national epics. Certainly I am conscious that what I have to
    • which represents quite a different condition of soul or consciousness
    • period in the development of humanity which did not reach the consciousness
    • of the present day, but in which another consciousness existed in the
    • just been described. Such a consciousness which could survey the past,
    • complete separation from all animal life, this consciousness also saw
    • If we go back beyond Homer we find that men had clairvoyant consciousness,
    • clairvoyant consciousness was disappearing; but one still felt that
    • unconscious, so that man as he lives in the present day in the age of
    • of active soul-forces to which the ancient clairvoyant consciousness
    • the dim consciousness of ancient times. Hence we can say: — One
    • unconscious condition as in sleep, but perceives the spiritual world
    • of living consciously in a higher super-sensible body which fills the
    • we call it the spiritual (or consciousness) soul, because only through
    • “I” consciousness. Then specially does the modern clairvoyant
    • we have the consciousness soul enclosed in the sheath of the physical
    • from the consciousness, and which in the time of the old clairvoyance
    • body, and the spiritual or consciousness soul in the physical body.
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    • earlier times, when a more instinctive consciousness prevailed, was
    • normally experiences, and then but dimly, half-consciously,
    • conscious of it, than the breathing and blood-circulation which go on
    • a nature-consciousness concerning the secrets of autumn and winter,
    • to a nature-consciousness. On the contrary, he must then devote
    • himself to self-consciousness. In the time when external nature is
    • dying, he must oppose nature-consciousness with the force of
    • self-consciousness.
    • consciousness of nature, but then also awakes in himself an autumnal
    • self-consciousness, then the picture of Michael with the dragon will
    • overcoming of nature-consciousness by self-consciousness when autumn
    • consciousness, but — as is generally true of other such
    • embrace them, to draw them down into the realm of half-conscious
    • he must learn to make conscious use of the meteoric-force in his
    • self-consciousness.
    • and should stand before human consciousness in its whole
    • otherwise takes its natural course outside your consciousness, if
    • human self-consciousness, then the Michael Festival will shine out in
    • self-consciousness in place of mere nature-consciousness.
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    • self-consciousness out of nature-consciousness, nothing will do but
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    • Nature-consciousness. During spring, if he has the perception and
    • over the being of Nature, and a kind of Nature-consciousness arises
    • Nature-consciousness, a strengthening of his self-consciousness must
    • occur. But in the glow of summer, just because a Nature-consciousness
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    • consciousness. What power is at work in those unlearned
    • understanding. The event to which clairvoyant consciousness
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    • consciousness. In very truth it was a kind of awakening from a
    • different state of consciousness. The moment came when it
    • into the past, that his normal earthly consciousness completely
    • his normal consciousness was beginning to fade and an abnormal
    • upon his consciousness. But this intermediate condition
    • pictures representing a kind of higher consciousness, an
    • consciousness, can again evoke them if the conditions necessary
    • when one gazes into the consciousness of Peter and of the
    • consciousness of treading on the most sacred soil of
    • consciousness has been mustered, one realises: all this
    • consciousness, the picture of the Cross raised on Golgotha, of
    • consciousness of Peter, what I have now described was, in very
    • Among the manifold pictures crossing Peter's consciousness,
    • of consciousness.
    • Their normal consciousness faded, they sank into the
    • submerged dreams rise up into the consciousness of men ...
    • gradually the Apostles became conscious of what had transpired
    • experienced these happenings in their normal consciousness.
    • conscious of it — and in a strange and mysterious
    • and the Ascension rose up into their consciousness. It is
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    • conscious of the content of the Fifth Gospel as I am relating
    • consciousness penetrates deeply into the souls of the Apostles,
    • an abnormal state of consciousness. This was what
    • he was ready for an extension of consciousness, giving him the
    • transported in consciousness to the Sun. In the ancient
    • clairvoyant consciousness: “This is my beloved Son;
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    • UR spiritual science has the task of removing for our consciousness,
    • external human consciousness between the physical world, in which man
    • materialistic consciousness, can only develop the impulses of the
    • astral body, during our periods of sleep. In our conscious, waking
    • think, clairvoyant consciousness can see how something like spiritual
    • lose our clear consciousness through intemperance we are always
    • a significant way for our consciousness, but for the whole of our
    • important affairs of humanity, not only in human conscious knowledge.
    • our time we must work ever more consciously to remove through
    • do this for one field of our lives, when we become conscious that
    • consciousness, the consciousness won through spiritual science. We
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • many people today, I believe, are fully conscious of the force
    • of this paradox; yet in the depths of their subconscious there
    • unconsciously as yet, uncertainty about human freedom. It is
    • Yet, although many souls already unconsciously long for it, the
    • operates unconsciously in the healthy human organism. There
    • functions, the better it is for ordinary consciousness and for
    • merely dormant in ordinary consciousness, the yogi
    • natural breathing. He did this so as to make conscious the
    • conscious. The transformed respiratory rhythm, with its timing
    • determined by human volition, is entirely conscious. But
    • conscious his respiration. When we breathe in, the respiratory
    • nerve and sense process in a fully conscious way, the
    • yogi also made a conscious connection between the respiratory
    • Precisely because his breathing became fully conscious,
    • consciousness of the masses.
    • consciousness of men in older civilizations. Not that, as a
    • such strong and inwardly fortified self-consciousness as we
    • my hand were conscious, what would it think about itself?
    • into the general cultural consciousness, it became the
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • riddles to him just because he is fully conscious of the mental
    • experiences obtrude so much that they become even conscious,
    • point is that these experiences take hold of the subconscious
    • or unconscious, establish themselves there, and flow up into
    • consciousness only as a general temper or distemper of
    • unconscious as if extinguished. Now, when he looks at
    • unconscious awareness of it affects his soul, man is overcome
    • We perceive it distinctly or indistinctly, consciously or
    • unconsciously, when on waking, perhaps after passing through a
    • consciousness, do not know anything about the
    • goes on inside remains hidden from ordinary consciousness. So,
    • consciously, but it affects them as the temper of their
    • Psychology itself, moreover, is conscious of this powerlessness
    • consciousness, we find that it has something passive about it,
    • mental life in the eyes of ordinary consciousness. The most
    • impossibility for ordinary consciousness of approaching the
    • consciousness.
    • standpoint of ordinary consciousness, these books are
    • to show that ordinary consciousness is incapable of
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • unconscious. Yet even a superficial examination of human
    • organize their lives in a conscious manner. Instinctive living
    • increasing consciousness is itself a factor in history.
    • development of humanity with a certain degree of consciousness,
    • consciousness, being dormant deep down in the soul
    • consciousness thought was not separated from word. The
    • concepts, then in the nature of our consciousness we separate
    • consciousness and religious devotion to the temporal or
    • present in the Greek mind, not in the controlled and conscious
    • would say: what we now evolve consciously was once
    • time: the content of religious consciousness is beyond
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • moment in life, our consciousness contains very much more than
    • of the soul, as it appears in ordinary consciousness, must say:
    • reverse comes about: in empty consciousness, as a result of
    • our ordinary consciousness the world outside is physical, and
    • complete self-possession and lucid consciousness. The
    • that expresses many unconscious feelings, unconscious
    • ideas and concepts, unconscious longings too, a word that we
    • Therefore he and his consciousness had to move out of it and,
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • spirit. Assuming therefore that the ordinary consciousness we
    • ordinary everyday consciousness was unlimited would
    • penetrate beyond them if, within his ordinary consciousness, he
    • subconscious depths, is permeated by feeling and will and
    • of ordinary consciousness for independent revelations of the
    • if, in ordinary consciousness, he could see right into himself
    • with ordinary consciousness, we shall only reach the
    • ordinary consciousness.
    • There are thus two limits to ordinary consciousness: a limit of
    • consciousness we can see into the spiritual world.
    • recognize that ordinary consciousness (operating through the
    • ordinary consciousness is extinguished in the act of cognition.
    • However clear our consciousness is up to a certain point in a
    • over in part into a state of sleep, into the subconscious. Why
    • empty consciousness as I have described, advance further and
    • consciousness, we feel, in a super-sensible act of cognition of
    • ordinary life and ordinary consciousness, before attempting to
    • ourselves as never before in ordinary consciousness. What
    • nebulous mystic remains caught in ordinary consciousness.
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • life, but are instincts, unconscious feelings. And if we were
    • can say, therefore: In certain subconscious regions of the
    • does he become conscious of his freedom. To all mental
    • unconscious regions of will or else unconsciously in the life
    • not attained to the consciousness that prevails in modern
    • re-approaches, with his consciousness, what in earlier epochs
    • from the unconscious, can be raised into consciousness by a
    • naïveté into self-consciousness. People will
    • continue to shrink back from this path into consciousness
    • the consciousness of vital thought. But this vital thought then
    • and the conscious life of the soul can again acquire today.
    • empty consciousness — when we are inspired from the
    • These powers of cognition become conscious as man develops into
    • sympathy with the other person is always an unconscious or
    • conscious extra-physical experience of his being. It is dead
    • we have a self, assume unconsciously that the other person also
    • bringing the power that operates unconsciously and
    • instinctively up into consciousness, man can project
    • intellectualism. What can consciously produce the social
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    • unconscious instincts by associating their metabolism with
    • They cling to them because, in these souls' subconscious
    • consciousness of a connection with spiritual worlds. Things
    • physical in his make-up. In conscious inner life, there was for
    • comprehending it by ordinary consciousness, we can have no
    • thinking that in a conscious way will first perceive the goals
    • and in a conscious way will then move towards the solution of
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • modern consciousness extraordinarily alien in many respects. We
    • modern consciousness, we must conclude that there is present as
    • had consciously to undergo a kind of death. He experienced,
    • half-conscious perception of the world, nearer and nearer to a
    • self-consciousness and a full sense of self. For the brilliant
    • am well aware that many people today will not consciously admit
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • the masses. People long, more or less unconsciously, for
    • obscure, operating in unconscious regions that people are
    • unconscious — and in the depths of this unconscious lies
    • will. It sometimes takes curious forms, this conscious
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • unconscious will of mankind in Europe. Everywhere we find these
    • unconscious tendencies. They exist already in men's souls, and
    • by the unconscious, and all that is required is for us to
    • become conscious of the direction in which mankind is really
    • precisely that this unconscious movement contradicts in
    • impelled, though for the most part unconsciously.
    • consciousness, you will find them in economic institutions
    • affected the unconscious depths of men's souls in recent
    • more conscious reaches of civilized humanity. From
    • associations spring only from subconscious forces in man. We
    • about, even if men do not consciously desire it; unconsciously,
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    • waking-consciousness, man lives with his ego and astral body in his
    • in ordinary day-consciousness, without clairvoyance, than you know of
    • part you are quite unconscious of it, just as you are unconscious of
    • a conscious perception of the inner blood-system, was on the Moon the
    • consciousness of this still existed up to the first half of the 19th
    • and it is not good if the consciousness is not at least directed to
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    • consciousness, man lives with his ego and astral body in his
    • know nothing more of this in ordinary day consciousness than you
    • you do not even dream. For the most part you are quite unconscious
    • of it, just as you are unconscious of your thoughts when you are
    • is a conscious perception of the inner blood system was on the Moon
    • As explained, a certain consciousness
    • consciousness is not at least directed to such matters.
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    • recognised consciously and thoroughly, that even what is said
    • comes when one is truly conscious of what one experiences
    • time a person to-day passes into the unconsciousness of
    • experiences sinks into the realm of the unconscious, every time
    • unconsciously, Those human beings of the 4th Post
    • a dim, but conscious life of sleep. In that age one still knew
    • is, that all conscious life is connected with Sun-life, and
    • that conscious life through which man has especially to pass in
    • the course of his earthly evolution, that consciousness which
    • the same time the creator of conscious life. The conscious life
    • life. Consciousness has become more important than life,
    • because only through consciousness can the goal of earthly
    • evolution be reached — which is, that this consciousness
    • earth. You must receive this consciousness from the giver, the
    • “Try to recognise that in your waking-life consciousness
    • Consciousness, Only through learning to unite this cosmological
    • one intimately studies Auguste Comte, because he was conscious
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    • human being. Assume that a spirit had consciousness at a time
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    • from a profound consciousness of the life and activity of the
    • there lived in this Greek, more or less consciously, just that
    • consciousness awoke and a deepening process began in His
    • paths of conscious design.
    • creation (the Creation of God) into the paths of conscious
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    • through consciousness of our Inner Self.
    • There spoke in him the consciousness that one does not only grasp
    • idea-world that which in his consciousness brought forth such a reply,
    • questions is under discussion. It was his deep consciousness that
    • in an almost unconscious state. When he asks what has happened, she
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    • through consciousness of our Inner Self.
    • unconscious, and as the botanist has the right to discover
    • not follow that the poet Goethe was consciously aware of the
    • originated it, though it is itself unconscious of it.
    • opinion on them representing, more or less consciously, the point of
    • by the Ferryman, and working in the depths of unconscious
    • precisely as he came over. The forces which as unconscious
    • when his consciousness is reduced, as in hypnotism,
    • clear consciousness of day is subdued, whereby man is subject to
    • lower soul-power than in clear consciousness, belongs to this second
    • spiritual kingdom, but remains unconscious and is carried across like
    • unconsciously and from habit, without the soul-powers which are
    • active during clear consciousness taking part. Schiller, who was
    • order. It ought to express itself like a habit. The unconscious itself
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    • more conscious manner. There is something deeply affecting in the
    • conscious of the great difference between people who had been
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    • through consciousness of our Inner Self.
    • harmonizing. Unconsciously he who can follow the course of the
    • which he has been translated during his unconsciousness, and he
    • again in another state of consciousness, withdrawn from the
    • full consciousness be experienced in the supersense-world.
    • put we now see how the consciousness gradually lives upward from
    • Now Faust with his increased consciousness is to experience
    • Faust's condition of consciousness. The way in which the Homunculus
    • same time conscious in the spiritual world. The two great
    • another state of consciousness, a condition outside the body. He is
    • consciousness. Wherefore we must not rush in with heavy-fisted
    • in his higher state of consciousness is led to the great powers in
    • the field. Faust's consciousness is to be raised still higher. The
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    • help us to become more intimately conscious of the nature and
    • idea may arise again out of our thought into our conscious
    • no longer so conscious of the fact. For an ancient Oriental
    • conscious and aware of their own humanity in the movement of
    • merely conscious as we are of thoughts lying around, so to
    • speak, but was conscious of his own head; he felt the head as
    • regions of the Ancient East where people were still conscious
    • region inhabited by people who were still conscious of their
    • have now come to the time when, not from any conscious, subtle
    • longer needing to make use of semi-conscious or unconscious
    • kinsmen. Whereas we are conscious of something inward as the
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    • have in our ordinary consciousness was unknown to the man of
    • everyday consciousness a consciousness very similar to a
    • sleep man had still a dull form of consciousness. While on the
    • consciousness of that time. At night, in sleep, he perceived
    • his sleep a still more dim and dark consciousness, but a
    • consciousness that graved its experiences deeply into his
    • everyday consciousness where everything was changed into
    • intervened. Though there was never a real consciousness of what
    • describing are the ordinary states of consciousness of this
    • consciousness — the waking-sleeping,
    • Hierarchy played into human consciousness.
    • further degree of consciousness. Of what nature was this? The
    • ancient East acquired the same consciousness that you have now
    • this state of consciousness in a natural way; he had to develop
    • consciousness. The Initiates, by means of their developed
    • consciousness, attained to learn what every boy and girl learns
    • at school to-day. The difference between their consciousness
    • and the normal consciousness of to-day is not that the content
    • intellectual consciousness which is the natural one for the man
    • kind of consciousness they had in those olden times, and you
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    • consciousness of the present, but used all manner of things
    • Ego-consciousness, which a comparatively short time
    • from the spirit and soul and entered as conscious Ego
    • yet play very strongly into the consciousness of the next
    • into the consciousness.
    • Gilgamesh — was conscious of this duality; he was one of
    • the first to experience the descent of the Ego-consciousness,
    • before the image, he lost the consciousness that he was there
    • consciousness that he himself is what the image is. He
    • himself in consciousness with the divine image at Ephesus had
    • part unconscious experience.
    • within them a strong consciousness of man's connection with the
    • consciousness of how man in his life of soul may be
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    • connection with the entire Cosmos. The consciousness of this
    • consciousness of belonging to the whole Cosmos.
    • consciousness of the illusory character of the sense-world is
    • consciousness: ‘To describe what took place once upon a
    • the conscious knowledge of living in the elements.
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    • entered into a deeply conscious experience of what they had
    • unconsciously or sub-consciously, in connection with the
    • himself away from this conscious sense of union with
    • the lower world, when human consciousness could no longer
    • mission of Alexander was founded, more or less unconsciously,
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    • conscious of these wonderful connections and of how deeply the
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    • consciousness that took place in the 15th century, there
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    • knew, were conscious that in the places of the Mysteries Gods
    • conscious that there are Gods — that is,
    • Macedonian time had to be done in the full consciousness that
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    • brought to men's consciousness in very many different ways.
    • waking consciousness were to be seen. In our present time, when
    • souls who in waking consciousness lack the strength to approach
    • consciousness then prevailing — in the waking state
    • everything remains unconscious or subconscious — plead to
    • our thoughts to this work and become conscious of the
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    • of human consciousness — let us think of the dream-world.
    • but did not consciously see this work, just always dreamed,
    • everyday waking consciousness? and does' there result from such
    • brought about by conscious soul-activity, in the same way that
    • dive down in the ordinary consciousness, and from which we
    • before the consciousness, with time changed into space, as it
    • we must acquire the faculty to extinguish in our consciousness
    • processes of thought in his consciousness, and then in
    • knowledge whatever of this inner silence in the consciousness
    • completely empty consciousness; in which all the thinking,
    • the ordinary consciousness.
    • with the physical body, and comes to consciousness first of all
    • third experience, Man comes now to the conscious laying hold of
    • sentient, the self-conscious. In the same way that we apprehend
    • apprehension of the living, the feeling, the self-conscious,
    • know the living, sentient, self-conscious world when we study
    • consciousness, so that it can be put into words. It is my
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    • astral body and the ego, do not really come to the consciousness of
    • consciousness a copy, a mirror-picture of his ego and astral body.
    • If man were conscious in the sleeping condition, that is from going
    • to sleep until waking up, or, let us say, if he became conscious
    • could thus become conscious through his sleeping condition, he
    • the soul of man when he develops Imaginative Consciousness, that in
    • this consciously during the waking condition; and that constitutes
    • and Astral body; and that he cannot become conscious that all the
    • Consciousness. There remains a kind of reflection of this
    • Imaginative Consciousness when we so experience our thinking that,
    • consciousness by day; and it comes to man by day when he is awake,
    • consciousness on the basis of Spiritual Science. This consciousness
    • Being, of feeling conscious: “I am now living as a
    • the consciousness of most human beings, that their personality can
    • crawls, to feel then as something which he carries consciously
    • with that which in the normal consciousness should be like a hammer
    • is only because the consciousness of our ego is absorbed unjustly
    • the physical body absorbs that consciousness, so that it appears as
    • give themselves over to a deception of consciousness which
    • With his present consciousness he cannot transcend that deception,
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    • consciousness and the corresponding processes in our physical
    • organism, We shall never grasp the working of consciousness
    • never be conscious beings in the physical world. In this
    • sprouting, never leads to consciousness. Consciousness can
    • more complete consciousness appear. We become conscious to
    • who has gone through initiation observes how consciousness
    • arises in man, he finds that every conscious thought that is
    • grasped, and every conscious feeling that asserts itself, are
    • When we look at conscious life we look at destruction; and we
    • conscious life of the spirit by observing what part this
    • conscious life of spirit plays in the physical world, by
    • It is for this reason that we have to alternate the conscious
    • processes with the unconscious processes of sleep, so that
    • be built up again by the unconscious forces of nature in our
    • the soul force when it wakes to consciousness wears out and
    • signifies a conscious union with the waking Earth-spirit. It
    • in the physical world as consciousness. Let us sketch
    • permeate the physical organic life only, no consciousness
    • would arise, flow does consciousness arise? For that, the
    • initiation we become conscious of what is all the time being
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    • remain unconscious of the spiritual process carried out in
    • consciousness if you are clairvoyant and then, because you
    • consciousness of the spiritual worlds, of the general
    • remember something, we are conscious: we pass over with our
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    • developing the consciousness or spiritual soul [Since
    • Consciousness Soul to Spiritual Soul. – Ed]
    • divine impulse, will be raised into consciousness. Hence in
    • conscious wisdom. The Anthroposophical Movement is to
    • gave wisdom to the unconscious human soul, so that it
    • acquire this wisdom consciously. Therefore we may also trust
    • Consciousness or Spiritual-Soul. When we consider the fourth
    • conscious of the external world through his body. The sense
    • self-consciousness.
    • gradually to develop consciousness in regard to these
    • the means to gain the right consciousness in this realm also.
    • ideal not merely instinctively, but which has a conscious
    • part of the world's constitution, and a conscious
    • sub-conscious depths of the soul. Only after super-sensible
    • that he was in a condition which he will again consciously
    • the Consciousness or Spiritual-Soul. Faith, love, conscience;
    • what he has done, the fact that he consciously accepts the
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    • unconscious or vague feelings of the soul and what was afforded
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    • consciousness of the ordinary human generally lets him wake in
    • matter of fact, we are somewhat richer, though unconscious of
    • Now, a certain condition of consciousness, even though dulled,
    • this state of consciousness could not be heightened but only
    • not as yet a spiritual science, so this state of consciousness
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    • amazing that this ego life cannot yet bring to consciousness
    • whereas it can bring into full consciousness what it
    • the ego can bring to consciousness depends on the instrument it
    • systems, enters consciousness at first only in a small degree.
    • horses reacted to extremely slight cues made unconsciously and
    • and what they are conscious of. But what they experience is not
    • through unconsciously, they would then have an entirely
    • unconsciously sharing in this experience.
    • system is highly active, although this is not consciously
    • he experienced a tremendous, more or less subconscious,
    • consciously than other men into the surrounding wisdom-filled
    • anyone dreams consciously in this way during the life of the
    • during the waking life. The forces that remain unconscious in
    • experienced this unconsciously, but also dreamed it, he could
    • experience unconsciously as does the dream to deep sleep on the
    • creation of the great spirits are related to the unconscious
    • were so conscious that they could describe everything in their
    • waking consciousness. Of course, some of the effects a person's
    • consciousness, but such a person really knows nothing whatever
    • consciousness will develop such as the one that exists for the
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    • extraterrestrial relationships. The consciousness of these
    • even though the one working at the vice is unconscious of them.
    • unconsciously striving for, even though they deny it. There are
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    • admitting that it is not to be found in consciousness but that
    • much of it rises up into consciousness from the unconscious or
    • subconscious that lies below the threshold. In previous
    • that really lie in the subconscious and rise up into
    • consciousness like the clouds of smoke that are produced when
    • To be sure, a great deal lies below in the depths of consciousness.
    • presence or absence of an obscure, unconscious capacity in the
    • in consciousness. The effort is made now to quiz the soul to
    • subconscious.
    • subconscious. Let us take the specific case of a woman in her
    • forgotten by the upper level of consciousness, and that they
    • in the depth of the soul that the consciousness knows nothing
    • consciousness represents only a small part of what comprises
    • it does not come from the soul's depths in a conscious way
    • because consciousness would, and actually does, resist all
    • consciousness say: “I really want only one thing; I would like
    • the consciousness says. It is further maintained by this
    • “scientific” school that these unconscious regions also harbor
    • residues that play their roles unconsciously in the soul, while
    • the consciousness itself is behaving quite differently. In view
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    • in the subconscious. Since people lack the courage to practice
    • without their being conscious of this. Simple attempts have
    • unconscious region of their souls and then, in spite of living
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    • the unconscious, he or she elaborates between death and the new
    • birth from a higher consciousness. Let us be clear about this
    • vocation through the vague and unconscious working of certain
    • were effective. But they are really unconsciously connected
    • increasingly conscious in life during our fifth post-Atlantean
    • more conscious of this.
    • judging them correctly. That is how unconscious impulses play
    • subconscious, that spiritual secrets might be revealed through
    • subconscious. As I have indicated yesterday, what is important
    • in the subconscious parts of her nature, would be politically
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    • these traits; that is, a certain self-consciousness and from it
    • consciousness of the ego, so the author expresses it, as our
    • consciousness of the cat is not in the least different from
    • almost unconsciously darker and darker alleys. I went into
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    • They darken the consciousness of man and put in the place of
    • an unconscious egoism lying at the bottom of this that is
    • what a person develops in conscious life, but much that lives
    • in the human being is also unconscious, or not clearly
    • conscious. Now we might say that the connection between an
    • performed more or less consciously, leads also more or less
    • consciously to a materialistic conception of the world, not in
    • conscious processes of the human soul. But in the relationship
    • unconscious desire to overlook the cooperation among the
    • materialism arises consciously in connection with the
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    • their lives. At these times, in a state of consciousness
    • because we are human — prevents us from consciously judging a
    • unconsciously we always do this. Unconsciously we face one
    • spiritualization, a subconscious process was required. Had the
    • arrangement been conscious, man would have followed the urges
    • of his lower nature in full consciousness and would have sunk
    • nature of which man was not conscious and which he did not
    • subconscious, or unconscious, nature what strove against
    • up into his consciousness; this is the Christ, who follows the
    • consciously oppose mere spiritualization as this was striven
    • a connection with the higher spiritual beings consciously. This
    • earth, he possesses a consciousness also for the other
    • consciously the forces poured into him from beings that are
    • consciously to work on the perspective of his next incarnation
    • extent in human consciousness immediately after death. When a
    • permeated with the Christ consciousness. In other words, this
    • deeds are imbued by the consciousness that the Christ stands
    • we call our knowledge into our consciousness in such a way
    • unconscious, a genuine, and a proper mediation, and whether the
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    • consciousness; but as we have seen this man is a highly
    • head when it aches; then they are conscious of having a head,
    • otherwise they are unconscious of it — unconscious to a
    • himself lucky when in normal consciousness he knows nothing
    • of his head. But beneath this consciousness of the head that
    • consciousness lies another, a kind of dream consciousness,
    • dreaming. And while you are conscious of the outer world in
    • consciousness, in the subconscious, you are actually
    • able to bring this head dreaming into your consciousness and
    • your head unconsciously, you are dreaming of your former
    • consciousness of your previous incarnation going on, a
    • dreaming consciousness, only it is overpowered by the strong
    • light of of ordinary consciousness.
    • consciousness had become so strong that gradually this
    • subconsciousness of the previous incarnation was completely
    • deal about this dream consciousness of the head. For this
    • due simply to the sub-consciousness of the head not then
    • post-Atlantean age. Even in ordinary consciousness very
    • nature. This middle, thorax consciousness sometimes pushes up
    • into man's dream consciousness, but only very chaotically and
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    • Kant today than those who are consciously so — he thinks
    • never reach our consciousness. But it lives in the holes of
    • permeated by consciousness in the contrary sense is what
    • makes man conscious when without the resistance of the brain
    • consciousness through the reflection caused by the continual
    • now acquires a consciousness by drawing himself back against
    • that for super-sensible consciousness things look very
    • his consciousness remains unconscious; he does not open up to
    • with the ordinary consciousness you refer to as your arms,
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    • strictly of human worth and human consciousness. And one
    • tendencies one undoubtedly finds a consciousness of how much
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    • the unconscious ego. He speaks about all sorts of things that
    • soul but of which our ordinary consciousness is not aware. He
    • work in the subconscious, and how this subconscious nature
    • of the barrel organ. It is true that we are fully conscious of
    • at least part of what lives in our ordinary consciousness, but
    • condition. Our ordinary consciousness does this, as does
    • there with every conceivable effort of our own consciousness,
    • sense that we are directed toward our own consciousness, our
    • consciousness are the very opposite of spiritually
    • center of our soul life with full consciousness, so that
    • with our full consciousness, must be our example and pattern.
    • we also become conscious of gradually following an inner
    • consciousness we are part of the world in which the
    • simply not consciously present when visions arise, and
    • spirit must emphasize that consciousness must be present
    • ordinary consciousness, in our ordinary everyday life, we do
    • consciously present when they come into existence. These forces
    • writing books. This strengthening of our consciousness is
    • unclear and sink away, then we become unconscious. This sinking
    • unconscious, however, but within the spiritual world. We
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    • we can see that these things rise up from the unconscious
    • consciousness.
    • there is no direct personal struggle, no conscious
    • where something unconscious plays a part, where the human being
    • what our understanding, our ordinary consciousness can grasp,
    • consciousness. And here I must come back to something that I
    • unconscious comes to be revealed.
    • conscious in us in a quite different way from our perceptions
    • unconscious spheres of the soul just as dreams do. We are
    • not more strongly conscious of our feelings than we are of our
    • observe their reflection in the sphere of consciousness. We
    • consciousness.
    • waking consciousness, but proceed from our dreaming and
    • unconsciously, they sought their information about social
    • consciousness, and that has provided such magnificent results
    • evolution are subconscious.
    • When a person is possessed by something in the subconscious
    • subconscious, as with Wilson, resulting in a brilliant and
    • cannot be grasped by our ordinary consciousness, that can see
    • into the part where our ordinary consciousness no longer
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    • consciousness and in being related to them in such a way that
    • using our ordinary thinking we do not become conscious of the
    • but which remains unconscious, does not reach into our
    • consciousness. I will make this clear by the following:
    • activity so that he can be conscious of it in a way that
    • consciousness that is unable to preserve any memory of
    • thinking where we are not conscious of the actual activity in
    • consciousness, can become inwardly alive; in the same way an
    • otherwise our normal everyday self-consciousness into the world
    • self-consciousness with us, where at first we seem to
    • self-consciousness that we have, which arises at the
    • are aware of ourselves as an ego, this self-consciousness is
    • consciousness. The scientist of spirit has therefore to
    • thoughts that we place in the center of our consciousness, the
    • to learn to suppress all this consciously.
    • consciousness of our own life, — that even this
    • unconsciousness.
    • unconscious state he is nevertheless within the being of his
    • only in deep, unconscious sleep. This involves the same thing
    • by our own conscious intention. Having acquired the requisite
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    • be found by science, or in the ordinary consciousness. But he
    • unconsciously, without being observed with the necessary
    • are still asleep, and of which man is ordinarily unconscious.
    • contact with external things; we only become conscious because
    • think.” For the ordinary consciousness this “I
    • conscious life. The whole conscious life of the soul is
    • which he has placed in the midst of his consciousness.
    • Into this disappears his ordinary consciousness, with its power
    • opposite is the case when a kind of higher consciousness
    • begin with it is a subconscious or unconscious stream
    • memories living in the soul more or less unconsciously is not
    • one's consciousness through one's own decision, and upon which
    • same clarity and conscious choice. By doing for a long time, in
    • which first have been placed in the center of our consciousness
    • consciousness in full wakefulness.”
    • weakened. Under such conditions a man's consciousness becomes
    • sleepy and dull. To achieve an empty consciousness without
    • which are then dismissed from consciousness. Our consciousness
    • This empty consciousness has to be achieved if one wishes to
    • one can dismiss from consciousness (without letting this
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    • immediate surroundings of our ordinary consciousness. And
    • our ordinary, everyday consciousness. — This is one
    • consciousness.
    • complications facing our normal consciousness, we do not arrive
    • in nature with our ordinary consciousness.
    • with our normal consciousness by means of a study of the very
    • experience in our normal consciousness, but the science of
    • consciousness, the state of our normal consciousness
    • day consciousness. We are also familiar with the state of our
    • so-called dream consciousness, in which pictures rise
    • accessible to human consciousness, and these pictures appear to
    • chaotic dream consciousness and our orderly day
    • consciousness which is encompassed by the real world.
    • awaken out of the chaotic dream consciousness into our ordinary
    • day consciousness there is also a further awakening out of our
    • day consciousness to — as I have called it in my book,
    • Riddles of Man — a perceptive consciousness.
    • something that can enter into human consciousness, into
    • ordinary day consciousness in the same way that this day
    • consciousness replaces our dream consciousness when we awaken.
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    • consciously have emancipated themselves from their
    • men's consciousness. With that wisdom, created out of the
    • Pamphlet, containing all kinds of evil, consciously evil
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    • The Rise of World Consciousness out of Earth Consciousness, or
    • The Emergence of Cosmic Consciousness from Earth Consciousness.
    • into making a compromise, this must be done consciously and
    • there arose, in man's subconscious, knowledge, feelings, will
    • the developing human being today in the living consciousness
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    • The Emergence of Cosmic Consciousness from Earth Consciousness.
    • must face other men with the living consciousness that we
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    • The Emergence of Cosmic Consciousness from Earth Consciousness.
    • THE EMERGENCE OF COSMIC CONSCIOUSNESS
    • FROM EARTH CONSCIOUSNESS
    • consciousness which our present humanity should in accordance
    • consciousness attained by evolving humanity.
    • yourselves back to the consciousness of the Greeks, to the
    • ordinary consciousness which the Greeks had of Space.
    • (Naturally I mean the consciousness of Space in a wide
    • consciousness of Space which the Greeks possessed only a
    • what formed the horizon of the Greek's consciousness was the
    • to his consciousness. And this consciousness of the ancient
    • because the consciousness of language is not adapted to
    • express such things) — this consciousness which the Greek
    • consciousness. Now you know that the essential feature
    • about the consciousness of humanity in the forward evolution
    • of modern times has been that this territorial consciousness
    • consciousness, that the surface of the Earth as it were,
    • Earth consciousness as a development out of a territorial
    • consciousness, a panorama of what was outside and beyond the
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    • consciousness in the real sense can never arise from
    • religious consciousness belong to this external world only
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    • subconscious and formerly not drawn from thence, have now
    • been brought more to the surface of consciousness. Today
    • supposed. Few people have any idea that, subconsciously and
    • unconsciously, the human being has in the depths of his soul
    • quite unconsciously. It is something that, when the soul is
    • urge to discharge itself into consciousness as
    • appear very strange to the consciousness of present-day
    • unconsciously, discovers this secret through his perception.
    • shoulder-blades, what unconsciously is in a man's very
    • fuller consciousness than has been the case in former epochs.
    • though more or less unconsciously. But in former times it
    • nature, of a spiritual though unconscious kind, which when
    • subconscious without occasion for expression — the
    • subconscious — suddenly, however, springing into life
    • of consciousness and belongs to the immediate present.
    • subconscious, as opposed to what I have shown to be more an
    • just when in his subconscious this cleavage, this analysing,
    • dimly that this dim vision remains in the subconscious. The
    • penetrating these secrets and more or, less unconsciously
    • artists it can indeed be said that more or less consciously
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    • approach to conscious experience of the super-sensible world
    • provided there is present the full consciousness which
    • imagination and the conscious vision that can function in the
    • original impulses to be superseded by what is consciously
    • all bodily influences, to live consciously in the spiritual
    • an aftermath in his subconsciousness, and the richer the
    • wakefulness of consciousness when the faculties of mental
    • methods, it should not be objected that conscious seership is
    • subconscious. The kernel of the matter is that the man who
    • with any reminiscences arising from the subconscious; so that
    • world which it tries to penetrate consciously; no trace of
    • anything unconscious or subconscious remains.
    • full consciousness of the beginning and ending of the
    • his ordinary faculty of remembrance into his conscious life
    • ordinary consciousness — is quickened within him, he
    • conscious of his existence outside the body, in the spiritual
    • lives consciously in this willing can certain experiences in
    • consciousness; the seer feels as though he has become one
    • in the state of conscious seership, lives within and is
    • does poetry associate itself with music in the consciousness
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    • of which they are fully conscious. The forces that are weaving and working
    • We ought always to be inwardly conscious that the knowledge thus diverted
    • process of humanity, without consciously offering it to those Higher
    • ahead of us, however, this attitude will have to be acquired consciously
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    • developing the consciousness or spiritual soul [Since
    • Consciousness Soul to Spiritual Soul. – Ed]
    • divine impulse, will be raised into consciousness. Hence in
    • conscious wisdom. The Anthroposophical Movement is to
    • gave wisdom to the unconscious human soul, so that it
    • acquire this wisdom consciously. Therefore we may also trust
    • Consciousness or Spiritual-Soul. When we consider the fourth
    • conscious of the external world through his body. The sense
    • self-consciousness.
    • gradually to develop consciousness in regard to these
    • the means to gain the right consciousness in this realm also.
    • ideal not merely instinctively, but which has a conscious
    • part of the world's constitution, and a conscious
    • sub-conscious depths of the soul. Only after super-sensible
    • that he was in a condition which he will again consciously
    • the Consciousness or Spiritual-Soul. Faith, love, conscience;
    • what he has done, the fact that he consciously accepts the
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    • present, with our ordinary consciousness, we do not know much
    • called forth in man the consciousness that in the region above
    • and death. The entire consciousness of mankind has changed in
    • compare the animal consciousness of today, even the higher
    • animal consciousness, with the human consciousness in ancient,
    • their earth consciousness — Birth and Death — which
    • people were conscious of the fact that the resurrected Christ
    • possess a day-waking consciousness by means of which he would
    • waking consciousness, the perception of the immortal soul is
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    • conscious ego, but are nevertheless compelled to have the
    • intellectual soul, or more what we call the consciousness soul.
    • sentient soul, intellectual soul, and consciousness soul. All
    • soul, or consciousness soul woven into them as copies of the
    • with the consciousness soul — that is, the copy of what
    • had constituted the consciousness soul of Jesus of Nazareth
    • the ego functions in the consciousness soul — that the
    • within them the element of the consciousness soul from the
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    • the ordinary consciousness as we apply it towards the phenomena
    • of consciousness within the human being that are strongly
    • entirely different state of consciousness. What happens because
    • ourselves during our conscious life on earth with all the ideas
    • to something new, to a higher state of consciousness? Can we
    • reality into a higher consciousness? Just as a higher
    • consciousness is given with which we can judge the reality of
    • the dull, dreamy state of the child's consciousness.”
    • I want to remain entirely within the popular consciousness. Let
    • us imagine once that this popular consciousness actually works
    • that is used for ordinary consciousness.
    • the ordinary consciousness of the practical human being, only
    • the external impressions of his consciousness are taken into
    • carries away in turn such concepts from consciousness; only one
    • consciousness, this is the one who at first is wholly devoted
    • consciousness. Therefore, in order to forget or carry away
    • something from your consciousness, a stronger force must be
    • can reach yet another higher state of consciousness.
    • occurs in human consciousness when the familiar, passively
    • human soul, empty consciousness. And within this deepest silence
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • conscious of the tendencies that are coming to the fore. Let
    • people are too conscious to just accept what is imposed upon
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • consciousness in simple creatures is compensated by its
    • consciousness does not reach down far enough to experience
    • down consciously into the sympathetic nervous system, while
    • suspended, setting free the lower consciousness. When that
    • Certain lower animals still have this kind of consciousness.
    • unconsciousness because of what the consciousness experiences
    • way conscious beings are related to ancestors, the other is
    • consciousness is suppressed, for example under hypnosis or in
    • deeper consciousness becomes submerged. Then, in a dreamlike
    • so does the whole bodily form. In this state of consciousness
    • consciousness senses mental pictures of the outer world. A
    • the world evolves, also human consciousness. If we go back to
    • possessed a different type of consciousness. Today, during
    • contrast, a person remains unconscious of everything bestowed
    • such a consciousness enhanced, you will get an idea of the
    • A person's consciousness comprises only his experiences since
    • consciousness was such that an individual regarded both his
    • consciousness compared with modern human waking
    • consciousness, more like a vivid dream. However, it was much
    • how this form of consciousness came to be transformed into a
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    • dawning consciousness of a different connection, namely, a
    • consciousness when we contemplate the event recognized by a
    • Consciousness, pleasure and pain emerge from sentient life,
    • astral bodies consciousness of self, that is, the ability to
    • sensation; and consciousness the foundation of
    • self-consciousness. But to spiritual research the sequence is
    • consciousness, is seen by the spiritual investigator as the
    • primordial creative element. The conscious spirit is seen as
    • world, but in us it lives as conscious spirit. It will be
    • arises within that form, and of consciousness arising within
    • corresponding stages: form, life and consciousness. Not until
    • the stage of consciousness is reached can self-consciousness
    • the foundation of physical existence and consciousness by
    • is not yet either sensation or consciousness. Certain
    • only then can we speak of the lower form of consciousness,
    • Consciousness arises from life; it can only come into being
    • Consciousness arises at the border between life and death,
    • is, consciousness, is added. Consciousness can only be
    • it awake to consciousness. To be aware of life that at every
    • transform that death into life, then it is a conscious being.
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    • its guidance, and we became conscious and aware of ourselves
    • the external world. They had earth-consciousness, but no
    • self-consciousness. The latter enabled them to put wisdom
    • Lucifer, human self-consciousness would never have become
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    • and self-consciousness. These are aspects that must be taken
    • consciousness.
    • mortal. A soul possessing independence, self-consciousness,
    • immortal body.” The two go together: self-conscious
    • individual life is death; no individual conscious life could
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VII: Education and Spiritual Science
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    • spirit were differently constituted. Their consciousness
    • consciousness is a residue of the Atlantean's normal
    • pictorial consciousness, which could be compared with that of
    • chaotic. We see an echo of this consciousness when young
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • works on the physical body, but unconsciously. Only when a
    • be done consciously.
    • is not conscious of the inner constituents of his eye but, if
    • conscious of what comes to us from outside, not of what goes
    • “below,” one is not at all conscious of inner
    • becomes conscious of itself, and feelings of hopes, wishes
    • it is not conscious of itself it receives these pictures in
    • disturbed, becomes conscious of itself, it leads to idiocy. A
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IX: Wisdom and Health
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    • unconscious instincts, what is beneficial for it. Paracelsus
    • knew through conscious wisdom that illness would benefit from
    • This process is unconscious except in highly evolved human
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • much higher and more spiritual consciousness. Thus, the
    • consciousness. They will be able to take the carbon out of
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XII: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • that the divine element attains consciousness in the human
    • that human beings could become more and more conscious. He
    • consciously regained, and loving kindness once more would
    • himself was conscious of the things I am indicating. His
    • conscious, but which are discovered by the botanist.
    • consciousness at that time was duller; he did not yet
    • evolves, and that today's clear consciousness gradually
    • residues. In pictures of dream-consciousness Wagner
    • recognized echoes of a former picture-consciousness that had
    • once been the normal consciousness of all mankind. The waking
    • consciousness of today replaced a much duller type; while it
    • The lucid day-consciousness now existing in Europe evolved
    • from the very different consciousness of a primordial human
    • a dreamlike consciousness, full of premonition, all this is
    • wandered eastwards, their dull consciousness grew ever more
    • of the former dull consciousness was a certain selflessness,
    • but with the clearer air, consciousness grew brighter and
    • that Wotan has to come to terms, not with the consciousness
    • group-consciousness. When he tries by stealth to take away
    • the Ring from the giant, he meets this consciousness in the
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    • must experience progress, must be conscious of
    • clairvoyant consciousness. The term "clairvoyant" did not
    • consciousness can be seen in today's consciousness in dreams.
    • Our clear waking consciousness developed from it. At the time
    • when in general a person's consciousness was dull and dim,
    • this consciousness differ from that of the rest of humanity?
    • experienced something of the type of consciousness that
    • have already developed the higher clairvoyant consciousness,
    • out of one's mind" but becoming conscious on a higher level.
    • higher consciousness. Strict rules were observed; the
    • the consciousness is not subdued. But in ancient times a
    • objects disappear from his consciousness, on falling asleep.
    • spiritual music at this level of consciousness. Spiritual
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    • world, we must try to bring to consciousness the preserved and not
    • announced; and in full consciousness that it will be announced, this
    • consciousness that what is therewith preserved is everything which
    • of nature's force clearly to consciousness. Dr. Steiner's drawing for
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    • conscious breath with conscious thinking, in this way, he laid hold in his
    • experienced the world as Self. Upon the rhythmic waves of conscious breath,
    • unconscious sleep, and would have been psychically drowned.
    • consciousness by his Leader, gave him the conception as to how he should
    • consciousness. The spiritual life became more independent. The other
    • consciousness. In the ancient Orient, man labored in accordance with an
    • toward the West, there came into human consciousness the relationship
    • fellowmen. This consciousness was a heritage of the ancient Orient. With
    • consciousness once experienced.”
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    • is, at first, unknown to the ordinary human consciousness.
    • our ordinary consciousness? How are we connected with it, when
    • consciousness. Just because man could feel that thoughts
    • which we see it, with our normal consciousness. Even the eyes
    • consciousness. To-day man would not be able to experience
    • most significant and fundamental — remains unconscious
    • normal consciousness. The whole way in which his thought-life
    • unconscious life even when man is awake. The gods' field of
    • inner being and in full consciousness the divine-spiritual
    • certain degree of consciousness.
    • other words: Man must acquire mere and more CONSCIOUSLY the
  • Title: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • consciousness which made his body lie inert in a kind of deep
    • slumber. In ancient times, the consciousness always had to be
    • this lowered state of consciousness, the soul was led through
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    • mineral earth. When we speak of the consciousness of the earth,
    • speak of the earth's consciousness, we must think of it as
    • whole earth is endowed with consciousness, with a
    • consciousness which forms part of the mineral kingdom. We
    • shall not speak of the change in the earth's consciousness
    • endowed with consciousness. Let us now turn away our gaze from
    • earth, becomes clearly evident if we study the consciousness of
    • these two beings. We can speak of a consciousness
    • speak of a consciousness pertaining to the whole vegetable
    • this consciousness of course differ from the laws which
    • govern human consciousness. When we speak of the consciousness
    • earth, because the consciousness changes according to the
    • parallelism between our consciousness and, for instance, the
    • consciousness of the vegetable kingdom of the whole earth,
    • because our daytime consciousness, not our night-consciousness,
    • is a fully conscious state. In order to simplify matters, let
    • us say that during our waning daytime consciousness our Ego and
    • consciousness. It is the same with us human beings. But we do
    • not notice it, because these two states of consciousness are
    • night-consciousness is a dulled state of consciousness,
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    • fills your consciousness completely, you are nothing else than this
    • and subdues his brain consciously and then looks through that which
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    • where our present age, the real epoch of development of the consciousness
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    • conscious that this dead light was of no meaning to them.
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • above the threshold of human consciousness.
    • very great deal more, though not consciously. You will
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • conscious that they are at work in us, we must nevertheless
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
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    • “If it had consciousness it would believe” —
    • necessity, just because he is conscious of what he does, he
    • consciousness regarding everything to do with our flying and
    • unconscious of it. Consciousness would be eliminated. And that
    • most certainly do not do that consciously. There,
    • consciousness is cut out. You would not be capable of
    • being conscious, for you would not be able to hurtle
    • Consciousness of everything a person does out of
    • to necessity eliminate our consciousness.
    • However, we are not always so obviously conscious of things,
    • but more or less unconscious of them. In real life it is very
    • “In all matters where we are absolutely conscious,
    • really had consciousness, it would only fly in a certain
    • direction if it received into its consciousness the
    • ball would first of all have to become unconscious in order
    • consciousness. When the deed happened, the awareness was
    • perpetrator becomes aware that he allowed his consciousness to
    • does a bad deed, it is always a matter of his consciousness of
    • awareness of cases like the one in which his consciousness was
    • the soul that will enable consciousness to extend to the kind
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • engenders is what brings about our consciousness of our
    • is a further mystery. For you can become conscious of your
    • will we actually become conscious of ourselves. But of
    • will be grey in grey and human beings will be conscious of the
    • fully conscious of what I have just described. People must
    • conscious of the fact that what existed in earlier times
    • acquire a consciousness of this once again.
    • unconsciously. I refer to the assumption of a distinct will as
    • drunk. An impulse that is not brought to full consciousness
    • who pay least attention to whether everybody has conscious hold
    • immediately feels he is in a void and his consciousness
    • consciousness. Their inner being will feel something
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    • impulses that they can carry on only if they have consciously
    • willed by heaven, sent down as messages in the subconscious
    • consciously strive to put things in such a form as can be
    • body, sentient soul, intellectual soul, consciousness soul,
    • take effect with full consciousness, for most people who hear
    • unconsciously. One knows people who place their finger on
    • unconscious of the fact that this is an actual concrete
    • conscious that a hand outstretched is an actual
    • must be conscious that on the one side you are constantly
    • now become as conscious in a higher way as it was unconscious
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    • There can be no doubt that the unconscious and subconscious
    • consciousness soul this becomes increasingly individual.
    • development of the consciousness soul. Therefore much will
    • spring from subconscious sources in human relationships to
    • impress of a subconscious in the character of peoples that is
    • life. For by that means this subconscious soul like is
    • consciousness. You see, these ideals naturally appear to be
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • mankind has been in the epoch of the consciousness soul. And this
    • development of the consciousness soul takes place in the way I have
    • development of the consciousness soul.
    • by him into consciousness, even when not recognised, goes on in man's
    • subconscious. Men go through certain experiences while developing towards
    • the future. They go through these experiences unconsciously When the
    • do not draw them up, bring them into consciousness, as they are meant
    • to do in this epoch of the development of the consciousness soul. But
    • it is just in this epoch that much that would rise in man's subconscious
    • spiritual world in full consciousness, to develop Imagination, Inspiration,
    • epoch of the consciousness-soul. Up to a certain degree, however, by the
    • consciousness-soul man must in some measure have passed the Guardian
    • state of unconsciousness. But Spiritual Science is there to prevent this
    • is doing no less than forcing them not consciously but unconsciously
    • about 1413, for the 2160 years that the epoch of the consciousness soul
    • men to pass by unconsciously or he can in freedom make the resolve to
    • We are at present living in the age of the consciousness soul; and what
    • pressing towards a time when consciousness will become a mere reflection,
    • when only reflected images will be present in consciousness; for the
    • age of the consciousness soul is also the age of intellectuality. (see
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    • are concerned or consciously lives in them—what I mean is, he
    • to these things that can be taken by man in this age of the consciousness
    • is supposed to be heretical to speak of men coming into direct, conscious
    • governing factor in official circles you must keep consciously in your
    • God is so directly present in the soul that the human soul can be conscious
    • be able consciously to keep the fact before them that it is possible
    • by this silent vision into the soul when it is unconscious. In short
    • of the consciousness soul) “And works upon, and inundates the
    • consciousness soul, this was Catholic doctrine. What today holds sway
    • before the age of the consciousness soul was fully established. Than
    • when the age of the consciousness soul is established man turns his
    • many times previously that today in a certain respect man either consciously
    • or unconsciously passes by the Guardian of the Threshold. There he comes
    • cosmic lrws in any case in the unconscious, is taking place in the soul
    • of every man today. In the age of the consciousness soul it is an absolute
    • necessity to call this up into consciousness. It is necessary, also,
    • but because of the materialism of the time his consciousness of this
    • conscious, not for that reason non-existent! In spite of all, it is
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    • with the animal and human kingdoms. Unconsciously men already have,
    • enter consciousness. It remains indeed in the unconscious—just
    • by the Guardian of the Threshold unconsciously. It is actually a certain
    • fear of the truth which always unconsciously holds men back from really
    • out of the unconscious. If the will were not to work up and we were
    • on in the subconscious; in the subconscious something is going on that
    • makes man say (in the subconscious he does say it): Yes, the world looks
    • is constantly being arrived at in the unconscious. The entirely ordinary,
    • always an unconscious conclusion that to a certain extent originates
    • not come into our consciousness at all as something properly solid.
    • not enter consciousness at all. You can see the passage of the book,
    • object of the will does not enter consciousness. So that man when he
    • But all this goes on in ordinary life without being able to enter consciousness.
    • what man actually is cannot enter his consciousness. For this reason
    • reviewing the course of his life he is faced by empty space in his consciousness,
    • the hole in consciousness, and he sees just as if there were a white
    • Thus he looks at the holes that, during sleep, are there in consciousness.
    • in reality brought into consciousness: in the consciousness there is
    • an elementary consciousness in man. For in the future man will not be
    • look at the external world to become conscious of himself. In the mineral
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    • to be easier, even though this is an unconscious opinion, namely, through
    • In this way when we are sleeping our consciousness as a man is slight.
    • increase in the intensity of consciousness, but when we keep in mind
    • dreamless sleep, then our consciousness is so inconsiderable that we
    • because our consciousness is then weakened, because our sleep-consciousness
    • is not yet as strong as the consciousness that is able to be united
    • us in a way that the ordinary consciousness has no inkling of; only
    • from this that when you wake up in the world that ordinary consciousness
    • not be able to experience in full consciousness the whole extent of
    • fellows, people are unable to have any clear consciousness. People fail
    • to notice in ordinary consciousness exactly what is of most importance
    • the threshold of physical consciousness.
    • you will realise at once is hardly present today in ordinary consciousness.
    • ordinary consciousness.
    • today instinctively, but must become conscious that the development
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    • ours, this age of consciousness, it is necessary for all this to be
    • in very ancient days were furnished with a much duller consciousness
    • his support, for his growing powers of consciousness. And certain personalities
    • the spiritual was liberated in full consciousness. But the pupil in
    • in the development of this intellect—and development in the consciousness
    • conscious of the way the ordinary intellect is applied when directed
    • epoch there took place in him in a strong but unconscious way, also,
    • however, to a certain extent consciously, what may be called his meeting
    • of his being. Then gradually mankind will be able even consciously to
    • Goethe fortunately, took while still, unconscious, and on that account
    • shimmering and glimmering of what was conscious and what was unconscious,
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    • substance of their world just as we, humans, self conscious
    • of clairvoyant consciousness. It senses, as when it spreads
    • being when you are within, and has the consciousness, that two
    • it is also, that clairvoyant consciousness is not always the
    • consciousness, knows which image speaks nobly and which doesn't
    • clairvoyant consciousness however, sees the group soul, the
    • group soul is led into his consciousness. This is not enough.
    • consciousness or still a remnant of clairvoyance, and they
    • created through nothing less than with a clairvoyant conscious
    • at with clairvoyant consciousness, the upper part, where the
    • consciousness may experience joy in the blossoms during spring,
    • consciousness. Here we connect to the intimate fields of the
    • astral consciousness. With folk in past times, where
    • basis of the clairvoyant consciousness since way back; either
    • clairvoyant consciousness of the artist works into it, or
    • develop a clairvoyant consciousness, you should experience
    • your consciousness, not only particular painful feelings of
    • power of self consciousness, the inner Ego-force. We will
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    • Goethe himself, in his personal consciousness, within his
    • If not so much misuse of the expression “unconscious
    • — subconscious” has been used during the last
    • away from it. That which lives in consciousness, which
    • power to protect our consciousness, disallowing it to be
    • where, in an unconscious way, we forcefully experience will
    • actual character, Goethe continued to sense, subconsciously,
    • his everyday consciousness. Later he wanted to bring it out in
    • sub-consciousness however, they lived. From this Goethe became
    • consciousness in the depth of his soul, he had to — what
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    • conditions called unconscious sleep. We have to say that this
    • I-bearer only develops consciousness and self-consciousness
    • bodies. There we have today's normal human self consciousness
    • self-consciousness at the lowest level? Better even is to
    • the mere common, then clairvoyant consciousness is able to see
    • Clairvoyant consciousness can, but not common consciousness.
    • links; because he lacks clairvoyant consciousness through
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    • conceptions, and act with fullest consciousness — that is with
    • that which transcends everyday consciousness — what I may call
    • the super-consciousness, but which never descends to sub-consciousness.
    • dear friends, stands the everyday consciousness. For example while a
    • time, to-day anyone who turned to this same consciousness which John
    • sinking from every-day consciousness into dreams we cannot sufficiently
    • strive to climb out of the everyday consciousness to the more clear,
    • to the super-consciousness.
    • This Building is not for that kind of sleeping consciousness. People
    • with this kind of sleeping consciousness come into this Building and
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    • seeking few men as yet are conscious. Since the 15th century we have
    • freedom. self-consciousness. Humanity can only do this by breaking adrift
    • as it were full consciousness of the significance of Death, not only
    • between theca conditions of consciousness which are specially permeated
    • with Light where the consciousness is awakened through the irradiation,
    • in short, all that which holds one down, bring about the consciousness
    • of self, the attainment of consciousness: all this is Ahrimanic. Man
    • observe how that all that man can make man more conscious, that can
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    • has contrived consciously to leave it. This leaving of the
    • naturally he is perfectly conscious of it since he is not
    • consciousness!)
    • consciousness, in an atavistic way; he prefers to have the
    • experience in full consciousness. In such a Witches' Sabbath
    • he consciousness might easily be blunted, and that should not
    • may lose consciousness and losing consciousness he would fall
    • it all results in Faust being able to lose consciousness
    • consciously into the spiritual world on this last night of
    • remained completely conscious; for had he not been conscious
    • been sufficiently conscious to elude Mephistopheles here, and
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    • consciousness.
    • may become conscious of his divine spiritual origin. Fichte
    • conscious of the danger here. However justifiable, however
    • experience is altogether conscious or not, Faust with his
    • separated as if by the limits of their consciousness.
    • seen, he lived in another state of consciousness. He had to
    • soul's subconscious; he had, however, to reach her with those
    • enter this sphere of consciousness. Therefore Goethe had to
    • the sphere of Faust's consciousness in a purely spiritual
    • consciousness — how he has actually gained access to
    • way, in the consciousness of Faust, this way of beholding, he
    • Goethe is consciously striving for a
    • the consciousness when it reaches to the firmament. I should
    • He remains unconscious of it all. Against that, the ego by
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    • human soul. The state of Faust's consciousness has to be
    • pass over into a different state of consciousness that
    • consciousness. And it gives the former himself a sense of
    • Faust may acquire the new state of consciousness, learn to
    • worlds of different consciousness — Faust has to bring
    • consciousness to become present in their minds. Remember what
    • consciousness out of quite another world. But this must be
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    • consciousness over them, i.e., if they do not remain in the
    • unconscious. (We emphasised this more than once during our
    • consciousness.
    • There must be added a certain consciousness about the
    • no less than a change in his state of consciousness, —
    • spiritual contemplation, if his state of consciousness was
    • things vividly in the two states of consciousness, he found
    • Faust's consciousness. For this is what happens where Faust
    • his state of consciousness, — to lead it over into that
    • world, thus to make conscious that which can really be
    • he cannot see her with full consciousness, with full
    • fact that in our consciousness, to begin with, mere
    • I emphasise the real function of illusion for our consciousness.
    • before, the consciousness of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch
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    • conscious interpenetration of that which prevails
    • unconsciously in human souls by virtue of the laws of
    • place these things before our consciousness. He who desires
    • Christian Rosenkreuz, all consciousness originates out of
    • must penetrate it with consciousness; we must learn to know
    • into our consciousness. Only by this means is it possible to
    • kindle the spiritual forces in the consciousness of mankind
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    • not find that state of subdued consciousness. If he had it,
    • intentions, the consciousness of man should have been in a
    • Goethe was conscious that in the forties something takes
    • him) he was conscious that the abstract, philosophical path
    • course than the ordinary life of waking consciousness. This
    • conscious, waking life in which our bright ideas run round,
    • — out of his subconscious he sees and feels the
    • consciousness. Of course the dream-life alone does not enable
    • consciousness and the life we live down there in the sphere
    • the point of view of our waking consciousness, we speak here
    • are with our waking consciousness, no longer have meaning, As
    • that has to be grasped by a different consciousness, we see
    • things regarded by the ordinary materialistic consciousness
    • reality, must be grasped by a quite different consciousness.
    • different consciousness, through quite different forms of
    • that man encounters beneath the threshold of his consciousness
    • suddenly in full consciousness — not as in dreams but
    • quite consciously — transported into an element, into a
    • consciousness, but in Greek concepts. He finds them more
    • would have were he conscious from falling asleep to waking,
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    • be developed today in man's conscious life, cannot go so far
    • I pointed out how man exists in states of consciousness
    • ordinary consciousness. Below the threshold of ordinary
    • consciousness lies much from the regions of which dream
    • consciousness there also lies a very great deal of what a men
    • when consciousness is dimmed, these wishes appear before the
    • earth-fire and water-air. While unconscious in sleep, to a
    • consciousness and our ordinary free-will, we are not in the
    • position consciously to transport ourselves into that world.
    • were indeed unconscious or subconscious. Yet relatively it is
    • from man what is beneath the level of human consciousness. In
    • consciousness. That is all covered up in waking
    • consciousness, and it must be so, for the simple reason that
    • man would never attain the ego-conscious thinking he is to
    • come to something else significant. Out of the unconscious
    • of consciousness? Ah!, were these dreams direct and true
    • below the threshold of consciousness — we are protected
    • consciously admitted into thought.
    • the three layers of consciousness which I showed you
    • layers of consciousness appears,
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    • independent of one another. We must, however, be conscious
    • thelife of a plant, there worked in him in part unconsciously
    • unconscious and the sub-conscious. What really is significant
    • for man in the sub-conscious soul life, the sub-conscious
    • of today speaks of the unconscious life of the spirit in the
    • to discover rightly what is in the subconscious beneath what
    • is going on in the conscious.
    • may say the matter stands thus. The conscious is here, the
    • subconscious lies beneath it (see diagram). Now how stands
    • without something happening in the subconscious also. By
    • distinct feelings have been developed in be subconscious
    • there developing at the same time subconscious fear and
    • subconscious fear of which men know nothing and this
    • subconscious fear dresses itself up, and in all kinds of
    • consciousness. It clothes itself, for instance, in logical
    • consciousness
    • subconscious
    • subconscious, there sits fear of the spiritual — as the
    • consciously these limits are spoken of — ignorabimus. But
    • but subconscious impulse that something like a new world
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    • have no consciousness of having been carried into another
    • consciously, outside the body, is then experienced in
    • bequeathed to the Greek consciousness by the Samothracian
    • consciousness there was definitely something that could live
    • in their consciousness how, at that time, the great Alexander
    • time man is unconscious of not being a unity. But he was
    • conscious of it while atavistic clairvoyance glowed warmly
    • is very seldom conscious of what he is able to experience if
    • written by Goethe, who was conscious that, at the most
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    • show how such a man, by his state of consciousness undergoing
    • Then, if he goes to sleep consciously, as it were, retaining
    • his consciousness in sleep, if, sleeping on, he can take with
    • The state of consciousness in which the supersensible world
    • consciously as dreamy presentiment, as the foreshadowing of a
    • scientist and artist were consciously combined. Hence, as he
    • conscious of herself in man. What can be done here by the
    • consciousness away from the physical to the superphysical,
    • Greek world. He is to wake there consciously, as Goethe
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    • through with the consciousness developed in the life between
    • therefore essential in the age of the consciousness-soul now
    • consciously, we experience the end of the Classical
    • very deep layer of consciousness. Let us penetrate it, let us
    • language of this sphere of consciousness, coming as it does
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    • does not yet come to the consciousness of many people, but
    • of subconscious sensations, making them unsure in life, even
    • consciousness. If we cannot feel ourselves as belonging to a
    • his consciousness. But when the need arises in him to think of
    • But in the subconscious these questions are nevertheless
    • ordinary consciousness, with that which we have in ordinary
    • self-observation during the ordinary consciousness, but one
    • consciousness.
    • at least a picture in our consciousness that we make for
    • do. One can do it by copying the dream in full consciousness by
    • consciousness that which in dream arises spontaneously from the
    • subconscious. One comes to this by accustoming oneself to
    • when one is a fully conscious human being and no fool, then one
    • consciousness, awakens himself as it were to a higher activity
    • activity of soul than one has in ordinary consciousness. That
    • fantasy, but which we quite consciously determine, which is not
    • true imitator of dream in full consciousness, experiences that
    • sensible human being, fully conscious that he himself is making
    • a vague mystic, one must remain conscious and exact. But if one
    • do not become conscious of an activity, the images of the dream
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    • you had been in a state of consciousness which had brought
    • moment Paul's reasoning consciousness changed into the higher
    • consciousness, what did he see? He saw in that moment this
    • clairvoyant consciousness that we inflict pain when we crush a
    • being, then we can become conscious of what lies in the stone
    • this world disappears. We call this unconsciousness.
    • unconsciousness surrounded people when they entered into
    • consciousness. If a certain event hadn't intervened, the people
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    • reason of a scientific consciousness, and partly from the
    • of that old spiritualism which is clearly conscious that,
    • consciousness. This had a far-reaching effect upon the entire
    • accepted it unconsciously. Darwin's discovery per se
    • spiritual consciousness working side by side with his
    • creature may be accredited with a sort of consciousness, but he
    • consciousness is developed out of that which is latent in
    • unconscious atoms. To explain man in accordance with natural
    • the consciousness of the man of whom, let us say, I perfectly
    • which consciousness arises. Du Bois-Reymond concluded with the
    • “In the sleeping man, who is not conscious of the
    • consciousness through which he appears before us as a
    • is enabled to assert itself. Sense-consciousness is in abeyance
    • sense-consciousness, he is unable to say anything concerning
    • seeing for himself, or of consciously recognising things
    • and he begins to receive quite consciously impressions of the
    • of dream-consciousness. That would have been of no moment
    • consciousness. Something new, a new kind of personality, has
    • spiritually to an earlier condition of consciousness.
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    • into ourselves.’ They were conscious of the fact that they
    • Consciousness Soul. The human beings of whom I am now speaking
    • Mind-Soul. In the 14th and 15th century, the Consciousness Soul
    • evolution of the Consciousness Soul would not have come about.
    • Consciousness Soul should evolve, nevertheless it could not
    • development of the Consciousness Soul itself.
    • European civilisation. The Consciousness Soul would
    • Today one reads the works of the Scholastics and is conscious
    • already evolved for so long within the Consciousness Soul that
    • conscious life in the Consciousness Soul, while all the
    • upon the depths of our subconscious. The inwardness of life,
    • the beginning, and was still difficult. Man was still conscious
    • of a tremendous inner effort. He was conscious of fatigue in
    • the new age of consciousness. And they were such that we today
    • so much in their surface consciousness — disquieted them
    • at least in certain moments of their surface consciousness.
    • people become unconscious during earthly life of what is there
    • statement in the age of evolution of consciousness (the age of
    • the Consciousness Soul). When we point to such things today it
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    • These and many other things are said, but there is no conscious
    • self-observation, self-knowledge and consciousness of his own Ego.
    • Ego-conscious-ness, a faculty for self-contemplation, unfolds.
    • of meaning. Once again, and this time in full consciousness not with
    • consciousness of olden times, man envisaged as working up from beneath
    • upon the limb-structures. And in days of yore there was consciousness
    • Again in our time we must strive for a fully conscious realisation of
    • dying we owe the fact that we can think and be conscious beings. The
    • moment the pure life-forces flow in excess to the head, consciousness
    • dimming of consciousness; death pouring into life makes for a
    • lighting-up of consciousness. (See Fundamentals of Therapy,
    • consciousness — like the stomach. Man owes the consciousness of
    • consciousness means that the forces of nourishment and of growth are
    • consciousness — is subject, in the main, to the forces working
    • consciousness in man. The forces of the inner planets —
    • necessary for the sake of consciousness. Through this, we, in our
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    • the head, consciousness is extinguished; we lose our consciousness of
    • From this it may be concluded that for consciousness, for mental
    • for what works more from out of the unconscious, to become
    • the outside world, when we are conscious of the conditions of warmth
    • soul, it cannot be said that we are conscious in them to the
    • consciousness. But in essence, the same is true of feeling and
    • tapestry of sense-perceptions. But in his earthly consciousness, man
    • consciousness. He invents molecules, atoms and the like, and believes
    • waking consciousness on this side of the tapestry of sense.
    • his consciousness is extinguished when he passes beyond the world of
    • sense; his consciousness is not forceful enough to penetrate to the
    • we have no consciousness of this connection with the world of the
    • Angel, the more conscious life is this Angel able to infuse
    • gifts are bestowed by the Hierarchies upon the conscious life of soul.
    • higher Hierarchies through our Angel) is for our consciousness
    • clearer does our consciousness become.
    • consciously, by means of the experiences described, what takes place
    • consciousness has been purely materialistic. It is not quite accurate
    • earthly life which remains more unconscious. A very great deal depends
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    • unconsciously permeated with new thoughts — this and this only we
    • consciousness of the Divine has remained in the stream of civilisation
    • that subconsciously and inwardly it understands certain secrets of
    • the intellect and the life of the senses are unconscious. And when, as
    • unconscious Nature-wisdom, this concrete knowledge of spirituality in
    • sleep but during waking consciousness in connection with the external
    • in the subconscious region of the soul. I have pointed out to you that
    • What enters the Swedish soul more unconsciously in the life of will
    • of the subconscious life a natural science for the next world —
    • must deliberately and consciously prepare your life of feeling in such
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    • quite present to his consciousness, yet in the background of
    • grew in communion with the outer world. His soul knew unconsciously
    • by the way in which it infuses a kind of self-conscious element
    • people have lost their consciousness of the spiritual influence
    • spoke of then? Of the necessity for men to become conscious that
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    • men the consciousness that the individual human soul can feel firmly
    • of consciousness that prevailed at the holy sites of the ancient
    • conscious connection with the spiritual world was present is no more.
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    • thinking and consciousness. He never stops to consider that
    • this starting-point of clairvoyance, though you may not be conscious
    • consciousness to a higher state of consciousness, which includes not
    • itself in an expanded ego. It grows into a wider consciousness. The
    • he becomes unconscious of it. Now for every human soul the
    • consciousness as it does when he goes to sleep, and then to live in
    • level of consciousness. We shall still have to speak of Yoga, and
    • gradually attains to where he no longer, consciously, lives and feels
    • consciousness where the things of the sense world vanish for him as
    • training, he can lift himself above the ordinary consciousness that
    • sleep, and when he returns again into everyday consciousness he feels
    • consciousness. He feels his going out from the body and returning
    • And as the cell is to my consciousness, so am I to the consciousness
    • consciousness, to the identification of our own being with a more
    • you know nothing of it. But I have this consciousness in myself when
    • evolution of mankind from out of its everyday consciousness, from the
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    • consciousness that appears between our ordinary waking state and our
    • sleeping — our dream consciousness. We cannot become familiar
    • leads in the twilight consciousness of dreaming. What now is a dream
    • immediately conscious of having a dream in which this problem is
    • consciousness at a comparatively early stage. As if awaking from a
    • I conscious of a dream I have had before. Yet a kind of memory is
    • widens his consciousness by following the indications I have given
    • ordinary consciousness. This recognition can become still more
    • something like the memory of a dream arises in our consciousness but
    • that while in our usual consciousness, which regulates our external
    • it at the time. Now we notice that behind our everyday consciousness
    • consciousness cannot penetrate. It widens our whole concept of our
    • have no idea that beneath the threshold of consciousness we are quite
    • practice, we become aware of a certain layer of consciousness present
    • in us that lies behind the everyday consciousness with which every
    • second layer of consciousness, “dream-consciousness,” but
    • from our waking consciousness. If, however, we hold back all our
    • realize that our everyday consciousness itself seems like a dream
    • realize the beginning of higher consciousness. Along with this
    • any we have in our ordinary consciousness. Ordinarily, if it had been
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    • intensified self-consciousness. There must be a stronger and fuller
    • In our age this excess of self-consciousness is drawn forth from our
    • human soul to intensify its self-consciousness by such occult
    • power is actually a stronger kind of self-consciousness. It is as
    • enabling us to consciously pass into the region of
    • dream-consciousness, we still are not able today to fully discover
    • call our everyday consciousness the lowest realm. About it lies a
    • realm we are unconscious of in daily life, or rather that reaches us
    • strengthened self-consciousness we mentioned yesterday. We have need
    • entering consciously into this realm.
    • cessation of consciousness. In normal human life today man ceases to
    • be conscious when he falls to sleep, and he does not regain
    • consciousness till he wakes up again. In the age of primeval
    • are not, because they are permeated by consciousness. When we have
    • world we find on entering the region of dream consciousness. I would
    • like now to give you an idea of how one's consciousness in this realm
    • This is true also of those occultists who are conscious only as far
    • consciousness, the moment in which we actually acquired them has long
    • full consciousness, as we have to do in our time. We have them
    • bringing it into our consciousness. Such truths we discover in
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    • of which we remain unconscious. They are busy reconstructing the
    • consciousness, it is that process we perceive. Our waking life
    • not conscious because no destructive process is at work in us. The
    • force, which at other times creates our consciousness, is in sleep
    • cycle of construction with its resulting unconsciousness in sleep,
    • and destruction with its consciousness in waking life, fundamentally
    • self-consciousness, the pride of mankind in this era of our
    • subconsciousness into their conscious life and do not easily reach
    • We must realize that the self-consciousness that today is the
    • self-conscious life of men. In this connection we can speak of a
    • call the latter the age of self-consciousness.
    • self-consciousness was being built into man from the super-sensible
    • worlds. What now works as a soul force in self-consciousness was then
    • this time most people had no self-consciousness at all. Even in the
    • their impulses of will and feeling enter their consciousness as they
    • self-consciousness. Meanwhile people had to live quite differently
    • self-consciousness entered the human soul everything that could
    • the region where self-consciousness was first to make its appearance,
    • self-conscious soul, which is not bound to the physical body and
    • He could then see how the self-consciousness of man was being
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    • burning words to quicken the consciousness of self in man. In the
    • Spirit who prepared the age of self-consciousness. This knowledge is
    • trying to throw light on the new age of self-consciousness, and
    • creator of man’s inmost being, of his consciousness of self.
    • Him Who inspired the age of self-consciousness. Our enthusiasm is
    • sometime in the future. So that from the age of self-consciousness
    • Universe into the age of self-consciousness from outside. It came in
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    • forces, when they appear to clairvoyant consciousness today, are seen
    • a certain unconsciousness. I mean the forces having to do with the
    • consciousness is filled with a pure and straightforward
    • unconsciousness of these forces; the innocence of childhood. Then at
    • a certain age this consciousness awakens. From that time onward the
    • pure breath of God so long as they work in unconscious innocence. We
    • man's spiritual vision into sleep consciousness.
    • could instill into man the impulse to consciousness of self? It was
    • fountain of sublime, all-human consciousness. We shall have fullness
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    • the masses. Perhaps some subconscious reason that brought you to the
    • to those Western people who in childlike unconsciousness look to the
    • varied ways in his dream-consciousness — the pictorial
    • content of man's soul, his everyday consciousness. His was a
    • dreamlike, picture consciousness, by no means the same as it was in
    • evolution. Still earlier was what we call sleep-consciousness, a
    • our sleep. As dream-consciousness is for us, so was this
    • sleep-consciousness for those ancient men. It found its way into
    • their normal picture-consciousness much as dream-consciousness does
    • different in those times. Our dream-consciousness today generally
    • sleep-consciousness could still penetrate the higher worlds, it gave
    • consciousness descended lower and lower.
    • consciousness and are now striving upward. Those seekers were also
    • striving upward, from their everyday dream-consciousness. What was it
    • accessible to everyday consciousness.
    • with that we have a sleep-consciousness that for us is closed but for
    • Knowledge, fully conscious picture-consciousness, permeated by the
    • sense of the ego; fully conscious Imagination as it is described in
    • form of consciousness escapes our everyday intelligence far more than
    • surrounding world into his clairvoyant consciousness. All this will
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    • apathetic toward his environment, as we are toward a consciousness
    • nothing of the consciousness of a dog or a horse, not even of another
    • consciousness of self. At bottom this is Krishna's concern — to
    • shall see the daybreak of the age of self-consciousness. Thou shalt
    • his eyes. Such are tamas men in a certain conscious sense, and quite
    • unconscious tamas men; the materialistic thinkers of our time who
    • effect compelled to deny it by the logic of their own unconscious
    • that Krishna as the creator of self-consciousness must give. Thus he
    • that just as in that ancient time those seeking self-consciousness had to
    • in whom self-consciousness is developed to a morbid degree, these too
    • described how a kind of picture-consciousness, a living imagery,
    • what today is self-consciousness, which men at that time had to
    • the lowest region of soul-life was a picture-like consciousness, and
    • consciousness — through inspiration. In this way they could
    • stage of picture consciousness, which as a matter of fact certain
    • is to create self-consciousness, that pushes up from within as the
    • generator of the self-consciousness that is to come, Krishna calls
    • Thus the consciousness
    • self-consciousness man must have in the further course of his
    • evolution — the self-consciousness that makes it possible for
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    • Beneath the threshold of the consciousness there is indeed something
    • continually, in so far as he lives consciously, in all that concerning
    • suddenly to become conscious without waking up again in his physical
    • in a certain sense an extra-physical experience, but the consciousness
    • physical experience. This intensity of consciousness, “Thou
    • unconsciousness. This means that he lives in his impressions.
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    • falls at once into unconsciousness. This means that in normal life the
    • maintain consciousness when, as in sleep, the physical and etheric
    • contemplation, so that they become capable of conscious experience
    • — yes, even more than on the laws of conscious egoism. Thus even
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    • the fifth epoch these secrets must work right into the Consciousness
    • the Intellectual Soul, and the development of the Consciousness Soul
    • Consciousness Soul. But in the dawn of this fifth epoch there must
    • added, something new which must come from the Consciousness Soul to
    • Everything now had to work right into the Consciousness Soul, into
    • living mostly in the ordinary consciousness of the times. But all the
    • remembrance of it! For modern consciousness it is no longer present in
    • consciousness. This is the disturbing impression received to-day by
    • and the part of the soul that has become unconscious. Hence, in these
    • become unconscious. This domain, into which were justly transferred
    • part of the human soul that had become unconscious and on the portion
    • — the part of the soul that has become unconscious, and the part
    • worlds in modern times, must be enacted in the Consciousness Soul.
    • enacted in the Consciousness Soul is crystallised in the figure of
    • as this later Initiation is dependent on the Consciousness Soul,
    • the Consciousness Soul. So the interaction of the three
    • in later incarnations gradually darken the consciousness, because the
    • forces belonging in particular to the Consciousness Soul must be
    • pours out spiritual knowledge over the Consciousness Soul — only
    • of people. For gradually the unconscious and dead forces of the soul
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    • transition of his consciousness from one plane to another, from the
    • The progress of humanity is from unconscious spirituality
    • conscious spirituality, where the astral and intellectual
    • a terrible error. The most sublime consciousness, the most profound
    • consciousness, how could He be a supreme manifestation in the life of
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    • races which followed those of Atlantis. The focus-point of consciousness
    • The ‘I’ of the Aryan race could only be consciously realised
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    • A state of dream-consciousness, or perception of a real world in
    • future will awaken to the full light of consciousness and he will live
    • consciously in the astral world.
    • phenomenon, bound up with lowered consciousness. The initiated
    • the consciousness which will be possessed by all men in future ages;
    • All that has entered into us without our conscious will under
    • must bring out of ourselves by dint of conscious will —
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    • consciously exercises a power whereby he can blot out from his vision
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    • to imbue him with a new consciousness, but the struggle involved in
    • conscious volition. A flash of his will re-establishes the link
    • hammer. At this stage the disciple is conscious of the occult powers
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    • eight are the result of the action of unconscious initiation, the
    • other eight of the conscious initiation attained by dint of
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    • The physical body is used up, consumed, as it were, by our conscious
    • of its work, in order to set it free for conscious existence in
    • Devachan, but he has no consciousness of it. We must distinguish
    • consciousness. Deep, dreamless sleep — the sleep that follows the
    • is remembered because it is a condition of unconsciousness for the
    • Initiate there is continuity of consciousness through waking life,
    • When the master in occultism has reached the point of conscious
    • Earth. With unbroken consciousness, he passes from earthly to heavenly
    • consciousness through deaths and births.
    • There has always been some consciousness among the peoples of the
    • consciousness has developed.
    • In future ages there will be conscious participation on the part of
    • lower kingdoms of Nature. The consciousness of man will govern the
    • a conscious expression of the transfigured soul of man. Creative works
    • the same consciousness with which today he can give shape to mineral
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    • certain sign that this entrance has been made is a conscious
    • consciously in the world of thought, quite independently of the actual
    • unconsciously to truth and divine life. In the legend of Lohengrin,
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    • be conscious of his own being and to say ‘I,’ he began to
    • soul and with this soul, the possibility of inner consciousness, of
    • ancient consciousness which was merely a play of pictures, to
    • consciousness as it is in our time. Sense perceptions are received
    • from the body; consciousness has a purely objective character.
    • Consciousness in pictures (imaginative) created its own inner content
    • The existence of this imaginative consciousness is the answer to
    • Dream-consciousness is an atavistic survival of the picture
    • consciousness of olden times. One quality of this picture
    • consciousness is that it is creative. It creates forms and
    • Objective consciousness is by nature analytic subjective consciousness
    • consciousness of man was thus superseded by objective, analytic
    • consciousness. The procedure by which the soul (which, to begin with,
    • was as yet no picture consciousness. Cosmic thoughts poured into and
    • But we can rise to a consciousness other than that wherein our
    • consciousness of a sculptor at the moment he conceives or sees in a
    • model, he creates his statue. Such too, is the consciousness of
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    • past as regards his states of consciousness.
    • being upon Earth who possesses self consciousness? Or again: What is
    • the relation between the consciousness of man and that of the animals,
    • plants and metals? Have these lower kingdoms of life any consciousness
    • nothing of it. In reality, all beings have consciousness but man's
    • consciousness is quite different, inasmuch as in our age it is
    • passes through other conditions of consciousness. During dreamless
    • sleep, his consciousness lives in the devachanic world. The
    • consciousness of the plant is always devachanic. If a plant
    • consciousness. The animal has astral consciousness, corresponding to
    • These three states of consciousness are very different. In the
    • Why does man, who is conscious in the physical world, feel himself
    • consciousness is not confined within a relatively limited field; in a
    • consciousness is as diffused as a gas might be. There is no
    • resemblance whatever with physical consciousness, into which nothing
    • What was the object of this shutting-off of consciousness which
    • followed the stage of imaginative consciousness? If such a
    • Spirit before the solidification of the Earth and of consciousness?
    • rise — there is the home of the consciousness of the minerals. We
    • only with devachanic consciousness.
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    • the central core of which the consciousness of man unfolds. Many
    • The consciousness of modern man is only awakened if connection is
    • form not only to living beings but to conscious beings. He will
    • able to reproduce his like by an act of conscious will, he will
    • of sensuality, is the word. Man became a conscious being when
    • he drew his first breath; consciousness will reach its stage of
    • the stage of higher creative consciousness, he will be able to
    • with a dreamlike, imaginative consciousness. We can envisage the kind
    • light, fire, air. Only in the fourth condition does consciousness
    • The conscious Ego is the realisation in man of the Christ Principle.
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    • him the possibility of developing objective, waking consciousness on
    • endowed with a consciousness akin to that of dreamless sleep.
    • consciousness or deep sleep. He was not yet the being of light which
    • After our earthly period of clear physical consciousness, a fifth
    • condition will dawn of conscious astral imagination during a period
    • shall become conscious of what today is the unconsciousness of sleep.
    • the highest state of consciousness which can be attained by an
    • have become conscious. This fact is connected with the forces of
    • 3) The third layer is a circle of inverted consciousness. All sorrow
    • conscious astral vision, one would then see the activities in these
    • The following layers are only accessible to a conscious observation
    • which is not only that of dreamless sleep but a conscious condition in
    • Inverted Consciousness
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    • of the other group received the Divine Spark, the consciousness of
    • state he had no consciousness in our sense of the word. The Gods who
    • hand. The hand moves, but the consciousness of the movement is in the
    • consciousness of his own thoughts. Our Earth would have been a world
    • of beings endowed with thoughts, but not with consciousness, a world
    • The fact that his senses give man an objective consciousness of the
    • the gift of the Gods; human consciousness is the gift of
    • The individualisation of consciousness is due to the senses. If man's
    • self-consciousness, choice and freedom. Only a being capable of
    • conscious souls and their identification with God. Karma is gradual
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    • had only a primitive consciousness of the ‘I’ towards the
    • spiritually creative. This will be Gnosis-spiritual consciousness.
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    • anything particular one is unconscious when the astral body
    • is outside the physical body. One is as unconscious as one
    • unconscious in higher worlds. But if he does practice then he
    • can attain consciousness in these higher worlds. When his
    • consciousness of what takes place here in the physical world,
    • inner soul lives unconscious in man and he only becomes aware
    • does it mean to say: something becomes conscious. Can we
    • become conscious of something which lives within us? As long
    • leaves it consciously then one experiences pain.
    • begins to develop astral consciousness, things on the astral
    • consciousness on the astral plane comparable to that
    • to be conscious at birth. Thus the physical body confronts
    • higher plane with conscious clarity of thought, this is the
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    • Meanwhile the consciousness of a person who has passed
    • who had raised himself up to encompass the consciousness, the
    • vanished and his consciousness has become one with the whole.
    • This constitutes a higher state of consciousness.
    • into a higher state of consciousness. They saw then that
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    • though the reader had not consciously taken in their meaning. Trithemius
    • been known to the Initiates, implies a condition of consciousness different
    • Theosophy will have nothing to do with conditions where consciousness is
    • Initiation can affect him only if his consciousness is dimmed.
    • his ordinary consciousness intact and “suggest away” the
    • similarity remains because he has worked consciously on the etheric body,
    • the circulation, to follow consciously the activity of the nerves, and
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    • of the higher worlds; security comes when we are consciously aware that
    • that has ever been done on Earth by conscious beings. Suppose the seer
    • and whatever conscious beings have experienced is depicted there. (Plants,
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    • time appears to us as a kind of unconsciousness; only a few memories
    • The Ego-body or consciousness body.
    • body, man loses consciousness in sleep, for in this life he needs the
    • physical brain as an instrument of consciousness; without it he cannot
    • be conscious.
    • act on the brain sufficiently to become conscious, because the physical
    • condition we must realise that in his earthly life a man's consciousness
    • fills our daytime consciousness and enlivens the soul, from everything
    • creatures. Consciously or unconsciously, intentionally or unintentionally,
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    • etheric body takes leave of the astral. It sinks into the unconscious,
    • consciousness. He lives consciously in Devachan, and statements to the
    • bodies, and consciousness leaves him also. But that is true only while
    • it is released from this task, consciousness awakens. During the man's
    • life his consciousness was darkened and hemmed in by the physical forces
    • in Devachan man lives with them in a high degree of consciousness.
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    • important that the subtler influences which pass over to them unconsciously
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    • conscious intention. In former times it was done more often than it
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    • a more or less conscious form, came only gradually to be recognised.
    • in the most savage animals, for they will practise evil consciously,
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    • consciousness prevailed. The experience was like that of a simple change
    • now develop as an instrument for the spirit; self-consciousness began.
    • self-consciousness arose. The two following sub-races, the primal
    • intellect and self-consciousness emerged only with the fifth sub-race,
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    • that of our waking consciousness. The actual cause of the dream I have
    • of dreamless sleep, sleep without consciousness, when nothing comes
    • his daytime experience. If he exercises conscious control over them,
    • consciousness”. When an ordinary person is completely withdrawn
    • from the sense-world in sleep, he is unconscious. This is no longer so
    • consciousness, even when his physical body is at rest.
    • entry into a new but quite specific state of consciousness is marked
    • The occultist must do this quite consciously. For instance, if someone
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    • himself. He will retain the carbon dioxide and will consciously build
    • up his body with it, as the plant now builds up its own body unconsciously.
    • go, so that nothing is left in your consciousness. But you must not
    • fall asleep, as would then normally happen; you must remain conscious.
    • conscious, but you have no thoughts, and into this thinking without
    • you can hold in your consciousness this activity of thinking without
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    • immediate hold of the person in the sphere of consciousness:
    • Consciousness
    • consciousness: waking, dreaming, and sleeping. The moment we apply an
    • consciousness to a greater or lesser degree depending on what the
    • consciousness. Thus a physician has to work fundamentally with the
    • various states of consciousness. A human being's ordinary relation to
    • is intervening in the states of consciousness. You will find this is
    • has to do in some way or other with the variability of consciousness.
    • our various states of consciousness come. But thereby you are
    • consciousness means that you are intervening directly in the ordering
    • through this penetration into the state of consciousness, even though
    • it may be into subconsciousness, you are always drawing the soul of
    • at first this may remain unknown to the ordinary consciousness. You
    • all before their conscious observation. Nothing is permitted to take
    • is spiritual. They take place before the waking consciousness of the
    • Therefore one can say therapy leads from life to consciousness; the
    • ritual with its sacraments leads from consciousness to life.
    • consciousness
    • Ritual (sacraments): consciousness to life
    • to consciousness, and consciousness becomes a helper, at least (in
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    • consciousness of sin can be like, something that is so weakly
    • Eventually the physician finds the excessively strong consciousness
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    • that can never happen in ordinary consciousness: in half-waking or
    • quarter-waking or three-quarters waking condition they have conscious
    • bodies. This is never the case in normal consciousness: there, all
    • consciousness there is no such thing as experiences of consciousness
    • creates the conscious experience. That is how it is, for example,
    • conscious experience to you by pushing in every direction, in a
    • certain sense, against the physical organization. The conscious
    • and in the retina is what appears to ordinary consciousness as
    • Instead of the experience of consciousness being stimulated through
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    • the child is not conscious of the angry gestures but of the moral
    • child is still dreamily and half-consciously immersed in the other
    • the world, whoever looks consciously out into the world, must say,
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    • clouding, a lowering of consciousness — in the waking state
    • clear consciousness. And now in such persons as I am describing we
    • kind of double consciousness. For instance, the memory clings to the
    • streams of consciousness flowing parallel to each other. In one
    • And they never know in one condition of consciousness any of the
    • content of the other condition of consciousness. Thus the memory
    • consciousness, a lack of coherence in daily waking life, and so
    • they are not conscious of it, to rest in the hidden occult forces of
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    • they work consciously with their whole soul to help the karmic
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    • entirely into a conscious inhalation process; what lies behind it,
    • namely, sense perception, is made the object of consciousness through
    • not allow to go over into the blood gathers deep in the subconscious.
    • It forms a seed in the subconscious, a seed that we carry out with us
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    • if one takes conscious hold of the physical body and begins to live
    • entities. Where earlier in ordinary consciousness one had seen the
    • similar. Now one understands how in ordinary everyday consciousness
    • same with other things, but when someone has entered consciously into
    • consciously in an etheric body are at first devoid of warmth or cold,
    • while we are observing the moon's activity, when we have consciously
    • perception a consciousness that the spiritual sun also is active in
    • receiving the sacraments live in them with full consciousness, they
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    • place in the plant kingdom. During daytime consciousness, when the
    • memories of spiritual perception into waking consciousness. In
    • 00000000 and so on. One empty consciousness to begin with, joined to
    • another empty consciousness, joined to a third consciousness, again
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    • possesses a common consciousness of a spiritual realm containing
    • moment one reaches a higher level of consciousness even to a slight
    • entire ancient consciousness the education of the human being was
    • consciousness; today it would not be possible, at least not as an
    • in human consciousness in olden times. If we ask what can be
    • identified in modern consciousness with the realm of the lower gods,
    • beings, first in day-waking consciousness, then in night-sleeping
    • consciousness, and let us compare the two states. We know that in
    • full waking consciousness individuals are living as they have been
    • body. When we become conscious in them, we are in the opposite
    • would express. After initiates have attained a Christ-consciousness
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    • immediate hold of the person in the sphere of consciousness:
    • Consciousness
    • consciousness: waking, dreaming, and sleeping. The moment we apply an
    • consciousness to a greater or lesser degree depending on what the
    • consciousness. Thus a physician has to work fundamentally with the
    • various states of consciousness. A human being's ordinary relation to
    • is intervening in the states of consciousness. You will find this is
    • has to do in some way or other with the variability of consciousness.
    • our various states of consciousness come. But thereby you are
    • consciousness means that you are intervening directly in the ordering
    • through this penetration into the state of consciousness, even though
    • it may be into subconsciousness, you are always drawing the soul of
    • at first this may remain unknown to the ordinary consciousness. You
    • all before their conscious observation. Nothing is permitted to take
    • is spiritual. They take place before the waking consciousness of the
    • Therefore one can say therapy leads from life to consciousness; the
    • ritual with its sacraments leads from consciousness to life.
    • consciousness
    • Ritual (sacraments): consciousness to life
    • to consciousness, and consciousness becomes a helper, at least (in
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    • consciousness of sin can be like, something that is so weakly
    • Eventually the physician finds the excessively strong consciousness
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    • that can never happen in ordinary consciousness: in half-waking or
    • quarter-waking or three-quarters waking condition they have conscious
    • bodies. This is never the case in normal consciousness: there, all
    • consciousness there is no such thing as experiences of consciousness
    • creates the conscious experience. That is how it is, for example,
    • conscious experience to you by pushing in every direction, in a
    • certain sense, against the physical organization. The conscious
    • and in the retina is what appears to ordinary consciousness as
    • Instead of the experience of consciousness being stimulated through
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    • the child is not conscious of the angry gestures but of the moral
    • child is still dreamily and half-consciously immersed in the other
    • the world, whoever looks consciously out into the world, must say,
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    • clouding, a lowering of consciousness — in the waking state
    • clear consciousness. And now in such persons as I am describing we
    • kind of double consciousness. For instance, the memory clings to the
    • streams of consciousness flowing parallel to each other. In one
    • And they never know in one condition of consciousness any of the
    • content of the other condition of consciousness. Thus the memory
    • consciousness, a lack of coherence in daily waking life, and so
    • they are not conscious of it, to rest in the hidden occult forces of
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    • they work consciously with their whole soul to help the karmic
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    • entirely into a conscious inhalation process; what lies behind it,
    • namely, sense perception, is made the object of consciousness through
    • not allow to go over into the blood gathers deep in the subconscious.
    • It forms a seed in the subconscious, a seed that we carry out with us
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    • if one takes conscious hold of the physical body and begins to live
    • entities. Where earlier in ordinary consciousness one had seen the
    • similar. Now one understands how in ordinary everyday consciousness
    • same with other things, but when someone has entered consciously into
    • consciously in an etheric body are at first devoid of warmth or cold,
    • while we are observing the moon's activity, when we have consciously
    • perception a consciousness that the spiritual sun also is active in
    • receiving the sacraments live in them with full consciousness, they
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    • place in the plant kingdom. During daytime consciousness, when the
    • memories of spiritual perception into waking consciousness. In
    • 00000000 and so on. One empty consciousness to begin with, joined to
    • another empty consciousness, joined to a third consciousness, again
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    • possesses a common consciousness of a spiritual realm containing
    • moment one reaches a higher level of consciousness even to a slight
    • entire ancient consciousness the education of the human being was
    • consciousness; today it would not be possible, at least not as an
    • in human consciousness in olden times. If we ask what can be
    • identified in modern consciousness with the realm of the lower gods,
    • beings, first in day-waking consciousness, then in night-sleeping
    • consciousness, and let us compare the two states. We know that in
    • full waking consciousness individuals are living as they have been
    • body. When we become conscious in them, we are in the opposite
    • would express. After initiates have attained a Christ-consciousness
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    • full of material images, we must also be conscious that the
    • of a soul-content out of the depths into the field of consciousness;
    • his consciousness. Suppose that the second complex of ideas which
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    • unless we are conscious all the time that air, water and even warmth
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    • by clairvoyant consciousness in spiritual realms. The group-souls of
    • consciousness there is no sense whatever in this dispute, for when it
    • unable to awaken in consciousness what went on around him, any more
    • even the most primitive forms of consciousness involves very special
    • term consciousness could develop in it; nor could an astral body,
    • which is the basis of consciousness, penetrate the physical and
    • etheric bodies. For consciousness to arise, a separation or fission
    • so develop consciousness, reflect in inner experience what went on
    • nature capable of consciousness, is dependent for its existence upon
    • clairvoyant consciousness were no abstractions, but something
    • by clairvoyant consciousness is recorded in this document in
    • have been fully conscious of what was emerging as new. Further, they
    • brought their consciousness far nearer to the truth than is the case
    • consciousness of this goal to be achieved. It is our origin that
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    • lower stages of clairvoyant consciousness — and in Genesis we
    • have to do with facts of clairvoyant consciousness all the time
    • consciousness has not yet been developed in him. It is only after
    • consciousness together. It is only then that the contents of his
    • soul-life become knit together in a conscious unity. The human being
    • acquired a certain unified consciousness as a group. That is
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    • our present consciousness has undergone a far-reaching evolution,
    • that the kind of consciousness, the kind of soul-life we have today,
    • was preceded by another form of consciousness. We have often
    • consciousness. Our modern consciousness furnishes us with mental
    • other earlier consciousness can best be studied if we look back to
    • picture-consciousness, has been superseded by the present-day
    • object-consciousness. I have for many years been calling attention to
    • There I pointed out that the old, dreamlike picture-consciousness
    • our earth-consciousness, into what today gives us consciousness of
    • external things, consciousness of things outside us in space as
    • life is what characterises our present state of consciousness. When
    • present-day consciousness. Consciousness on the Moon was not like
    • that. Beings with the Moon-consciousness made no such distinction.
    • Suppose that when you looked at the rose you were not conscious that
    • within you; suppose your consciousness was taking hold of it in amore
    • have grasped the outstanding characteristic of consciousness as it
    • this consciousness was that it was pictorial; things did not appear
    • It was somewhat in this way that consciousness on the Moon perceived
    • things. It was a pictorial consciousness, at the same time permeated
    • essential in which the consciousness of that time differed from that
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    • of the consciousness soul. On this third day, down below on the earth
    • above in the ether there weaves what we call the consciousness soul,
    • soul-spiritual man which today we should call the consciousness soul,
    • much further that we can speak of a unitary consciousness, a
    • attaining their unified consciousness, to progress from warmth to
    • is alien to present-day consciousness to think in this way, but it is
    • consciousness.
    • there was no longer any consciousness that the Bible is a record of
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    • consciousness, had not yet been brought to physical densification;
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    • between sentient soul, intellectual soul and consciousness soul. We
    • consciousness soul respectively.
    • man, the Greek philosophers still had a consciousness derived from
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    • the thirty-fifth year. In ordinary consciousness, we experience a like
    • consciousness which allows the impulse of freedom to quicken within
    • untruth, often unconscious but no less destructive on that account,
    • consciousness that super-sensible knowledge has now to arise out of the
    • unconscious though he may be of it. The truth is, we are to-day living
    • consciousness.
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    • was conscious of the eternal nature of his own being, because he knew
    • This being so, it was necessary that man's consciousness of his nature
    • the blood comes to life once again in nation-consciousness. We see a
    • theology, in the sphere of modern Christian consciousness — all
    • a community filled with the consciousness that immortality is assured
    • want to continue with a consciousness that is merely the outcome of
    • the fundamental impulse is the same: in the unconscious part of their
    • unconscious hatred of the spirit confronts us from the side of
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    • had not yet come into the consciousness of men. We find self-contained
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    • consciousness that the living Spirit must always be victorious over
    • the modern age must be reached in a different, more conscious way
    • need the strong consciousness of the eternity of the Spirit,
    • and this consciousness will not be attained if we give ourselves up to
    • conscious cognition. It was a fundamental principle of the ancient
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    • ordinary consciousness to-day man knows little of these Beings, for
    • the human heart and awakened the consciousness that above and on all
    • birth and death. The whole consciousness of mankind has changed in the
    • course of earth-evolution. The animal consciousness of to-day, even
    • consciousness, even as it was in those ages of primitive antiquity.
    • this change in human consciousness, earthly life assumed a character
    • and incomprehensible to their earthly consciousness — namely, the
    • the future there would arise in the men of earth a day-consciousness,
    • life, a consciousness that is extinguished in sleep, so that in sleep
    •  “is obliterated during waking consciousness. But,” — so
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    • consciousness, even the alternating states of waking consciousness by
    • Man's consciousness in those times was essentially different. When in
    • which he was conscious, were the garments, the sheaths, of spiritual
    • shadowy, clairvoyant consciousness.
    • At the time when this kind of consciousness had evolved from a
    • took its further course, the kind of consciousness that is ours to-day
    • experiences of the earlier form of Atlantean consciousness. These
    • spiritual investigation. The Initiation-consciousness of man's early
    • individual consciousness of those who became Initiates, a wide,
    • all-embracing vista of the universe. But forms of consciousness which
    • coincided with it. This gave rise to the later form of consciousness
    • his physical consciousness. He had been a witness of the spiritual
    • when the boundaries which were to characterise the consciousness of
    • consciousness. Man is no longer able to see into the innermost nature
    • man's consciousness in the Post-Atlantean epoch could no longer
    • the normal state of consciousness. Little by little, as civilisation
    • consciousness by night and his physical consciousness by day did not
    • have conscious certainty that the spiritual is reality. What will
    • world, and have no consciousness of the reality of the spiritual,
    • physical existence has lost all belief in, all consciousness of, the
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    • conscious of the thought-content in what it says. With these three
    • makes itself known to our consciousness as something higher than the
    • own speech and can became conscious of it. We are approaching the
    • child's full consciousness, so are the Gospels related to the new
    • soul's unconscious depths, and then ever more clearly — to
    • to perceive ever more deeply that what we are principally conscious of
    • because, imperceptible at first for ordinary consciousness, there lies
    • withering up, would assail mankind if their consciousness, and from
    • their unconscious. But those who interpret everything
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    • of that genuine ego-consciousness which has been in preparation during
    • was intimated by the Mystery of Golgotha, this ego-consciousness was
    • gradually freeing itself from a consciousness of which present-day
    • state of sleep, when consciousness is in complete abeyance. Between
    • consciousness; but in ordinary dreaming they emerge in such an obscure
    • present-day consciousness this interpretation at first seems fairly
    • when awake to become conscious of these bonds. Having no knowledge of
    • occasionally be conjured up into consciousness, and this happens in
    • ego-consciousness took on the form it has now. Before then, the
    • from our consciousness and the old vivid contact is no more.”
    • fact, it was during this period of transition, when consciousness of
    • have, that is, the right ego-consciousness. The farther men advance
    • into the future, the more firmly will this ego-consciousness establish
    • Thus we see that the ego-consciousness men have to-day does not go
    • themselves believers. For, though monists are not conscious of it, all
    • point in full consciousness to what is destined to come about —
    • advance step by step, in full consciousness, from our age of faith,
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    • universe. And if we then study man himself, and become conscious of
    • suicide while still in that state of consciousness in which the memory
    • precisely the means by which we retain our Ego-consciousness after
    • consciousness in the waking state, and then for the normal man an
    • unconscious condition sets in, in the time between sleeping and
    • up by consciousness, that it is possible to look into that which
    • unconscious condition between falling asleep and waking up a vast and
    • our journey through life we consciously take but very little of it
    • unconsciously, of course, as regards the normal consciousness —
    • external consciousness, and we work at it all from the standpoint of
    • retrospective recollection, what one has unconsciously thought and
    • thirty-five, and the self-conscious or spiritual soul to the age of
    • If with consciousness the soul
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    • consciousness that those who formerly belonged to us, are still our
    • will become conscious of how very much may be connected first with
    • our Ego-consciousness between death and rebirth is, as it were,
    • outside us’ ... immediately after death we have the consciousness
    • consciousness of the Ego. The opposition makes us aware of our Self.
    • Thus we are Ego-conscious in the physical body because of our living
    • between death and rebirth we have an Ego-consciousness, because we
    • of space gives us and thereby win our Ego-consciousness for the life
    • and thereby have our Ego-consciousness for the life between death and
    • consciousness that the world is within us. Just imagine that for a
    • with your consciousness and see the world inside. You feel yourself in
    • and from the consciousness of our spiritual science:
    • If with consciousness the soul
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    • consciousness soul’ to ‘spiritual soul.’]
    • the conscious or spiritual soul. The soul, according to its experience
    • in our epoch, are living in the conscious or spiritual soul, and the
    • world as are possible with a self-conscious soul. In our epoch we gain
    • our experience through adapting our forces to the conscious or
    • that one lives in the conscious or spirit-soul? As man, one naturally
    • him was inner experience. But man when he lives in the consciousness
    • can say: we build up the consciousness soul because with our Ego we
    • consciousness chiefly within his physical body, and in so doing he
    • because it cannot be brought to consciousness in a suitable manner.
    • much we all unconsciously know of Geometry. This is actually a fact.
    • consciousness. If we draw external figures, they merely serve as an
    • unconsciously, it rests below in the depths of the unconscious
    • soul-life. We have no idea how clever we are in the subconscious
    • Indeed, our astral body knows, though our consciousness does not, the
    • persons it contacts in life. Our astral body has such a consciousness.
    • unconsciously it does already use its knowledge), but it is a
    • for according to our present consciousness, man does not seek an
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    • spiritual world, but that the consciousness of those who have passed
    • the spiritual world, receive into their consciousness, from the
    • Now that which enters one's consciousness as the solution, may of
    • consciousness, but the deeper subconsciousness is aware of them. And
    • for this. Why is this? Because in the depths of man's subconsciousness
    • deeper sub-consciousness. We feel greater reverence for the
    • consciousness. That rests in the fact that man has in the depths of
    • embraced by his consciousness from out of this comprehensive wisdom. I
    • ordinary consciousness embrace everything included in the astral body.
    • more embracing but subconscious knowledge, is of a different opinion!
    • our leg. We do not know of this in our ordinary consciousness, but the
    • body, of which we remain unconscious, as regards our ordinary
    • consciousness. If we could only see why we do some things and omit
    • something within us, wiser than we are in our ordinary consciousness.
    • been a feeling in human consciousness that certain connections,
    • what we cannot see with ordinary consciousness, varies. There are,
    • greatly. In ordinary consciousness there are certainly impulses of an
    • cleverer than his ordinary consciousness. And if he strongly checks
    • his egotism and drives it down to the sphere of unconsciousness, if he
    • subconsciousness: and that other man that dwells in us all, but who as
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    • our physical consciousness. Fundamentally all our considerations are
    • ordinary consciousness. And we seek to characterise it from the most
    • world which he beholds with ordinary consciousness. Beneath the
    • threshold of ordinary consciousness a life takes place which, unless
    • consciousness. This remains unknown to ordinary human life. Much takes
    • ordinary consciousness. By means of a widening of this consciousness
    • live, but which is not perceptible to our ordinary consciousness. As I
    • consciousness and that of which — and this expression has a
    • certain meaning for us — we are unconsciously conscious.
    • fulfilling his intention. To the ordinary consciousness this
    • wisdom that lies beneath the threshold of consciousness. One cannot
    • really perceive this wisdom with the ordinary consciousness, but one
    • consciousness. Now that is something which is still close to the
    • ordinary consciousness, but it points below to a region to which man
    • the gate of death. This region belongs to that ruling consciousness,
    • guides and conducts us, but the ordinary consciousness knows nothing
    • consciousness, there is prepared, as the living being is prepared in
    • man, in so far as he stands here in physical consciousness, and that
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    • and attains its fullest waking consciousness. Now, if a human soul
    • that man could acquire that thinking, that conscious standing in the
    • cannot become conscious that a psychic distinction prevails between
    • certain significance. And he who can evoke a consciousness that just
    • primitive man, while losing his physical consciousness grows into the
    • with the consciousness of spiritual knowledge, then with each step
    • with the surface consciousness, but with the subconsciousness. They
    • subconsciousness, and what they ascribe to themselves on the surface,
    • we should become conscious of the necessity for those who wish to be
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    • consciousness: seven appertaining to man, five to the creative gods.
    • consciousness.
    • somnambulists. The consciousness of the sleepwalker is spread out over
    • exist. This consciousness fills us not only with the feeling that we
    • There are seven grades of human consciousness: trance consciousness,
    • deep sleep, dream consciousness, waking consciousness, psychic,
    • super-psychic and spiritual consciousness. Actually these are in all
    • twelve stages of consciousness;
    • ascended through the trance, deep sleep and dream consciousness up to
    • the present clear day consciousness. In the succeeding stages of
    • physical body has the dull trance consciousness as this was gained by
    • man on Old Saturn. The human etheric body has the consciousness of
    • in the same way as one dreams during sleep. Dream consciousness
    • waking consciousness. The ego has clear day-consciousness.
    • and animals into the world, but also stages of consciousness. In a
    • will separate off his organs. He will have to control consciously from
    • consciousness. One can imagine a lofty being who has put forth from
    • himself all twelve stages of consciousness. He himself is then present
    • separated off from myself these twelve stages of consciousness. The
    • twelve apostles represent the stages of consciousness through which
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    • Stages of Consciousness in the three kingdoms of Nature and of Man.
    • in man, animal and plant. Plant consciousness on the Mental Plane;
    • minerals on the Higher Mental Plane. Human consciousness on the
    • form, life and consciousness. Today we will speak about the different
    • kinds of consciousness.
    • Every being possesses consciousness. This is also true of the plant,
    • but its consciousness lies on the devachanic plane, on the mental
    • plane. A diagram of the consciousness of the plant would have to be
    • Man's consciousness reaches down to the physical plane. Here his
    • consciousness depends upon the same organ with which the plant is made
    • consciousness: the plant's consciousness on the mental plane and here
    • the consciousness of man, who carries his being down from the mental
    • world into the physical world. This earthly consciousness of man is
    • Each of the sense organs has a consciousness of its own. These
    • different forms of consciousness, the consciousness of the visible,
    • soul. The consciousness only becomes ‘manasic’ when its separate forms
    • integration man would fall apart into the consciousness of his organs.
    • too was not yet conscious on the physical plane. At that time the
    • higher consciousness first developed the organs.
    • In a condition of deep trance the central consciousness is silenced.
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    • Consciousness of the bees and ants. Alchemy and the Philosophers'
    • We have spoken about the consciousness of the different kingdoms of
    • nature. Man's organs have an organ-consciousness; this consciousness
    • develops an abnormal condition in idiots. It is the consciousness
    • totally different consciousness in the case of bees. We will use the
    • seeing into his inner self, he can sink his consciousness into other
    • between the eyes and from there direct his consciousness downward into
    • the heart. Then he can transfer his consciousness into other things;
    • consciousness into the life and functioning of a colony of bees. The
    • sequence as the other animals and man. The consciousness of the
    • consciousness will only be attained by man in the Venus existence.
    • Then he will have the consciousness which is necessary in order to
    • different. Through transferring one's consciousness into the beehive,
    • through taking on the Venus consciousness, one learns something
    • kingdom. He will be able consciously to carry out the process which is
    • unconsciously, will then be carried out consciously by man.
    • When from the higher planes one studies consciousness as it functions
    • consciousness into a state of being which is at a higher level than we
    • The ant heap also has a much higher consciousness than present-day
    • man. The consciousness of the ant heap is to be found in the higher
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    • but: Where is the life of the stone? Where is the consciousness of the
    • solid, which becomes possible through living in waking consciousness
    • consciousness, but with one's own life, the etheric body; one is then
    • between wisdom and light. When in dream consciousness one experiences
    • warmth consciously, is the pituitary gland in the head, which at the
    • Warmth has its life on the Shushupti plane. To make conscious use of
    • because they are consciously opposed to West[ern] European culture and
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    • development of speech in connection with consciousness, life and form.
    • the word is ‘consciousness’ (in thinking) then ‘life’ (the
    • one another, we have: consciousness, life, form. Everything, which
    • consciousness.
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    • consciousness on the mental plane. Those who were no longer physically
    • man. This withholding of the consciousness of reincarnation came to
    • is no longer any consciousness of the Beyond. Social democracy is the
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    • impulses. One must hold fast to these and consciously transpose them
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    • development of self-consciousness during the descent to the physical
    • condition of consciousness, we are in the physical world; there, in a
    • true consciousness of self. In all other worlds the ordinary man is
    • still immersed in a world of unconsciousness.
    • become selfless. His day-consciousness is however not yet selfless if
    • life that present day man can develop this consciousness of self
    • without separateness. Consciousness of self we call the ego. Man can
    • only become conscious of self within an environment. Only when he
    • self-conscious in that world. Now he only has senses for the physical
    • world but the other worlds continually play into the consciousness of
    • when one thinks, the mental world plays into the consciousness.
    • consciousness of self in the mental world as that possessed by the
    • Physical Plane did he become conscious of self. On the Astral Plane he
    • is not conscious of self and on the Rupa and Arupa Planes still less
    • nature a picture consciousness. Even though this was a vivid
    • unconsciously and a picture of it would have arisen within him. If he
    • consciously and out of his own will does not act in accordance with
    • physical: he had within him an unconscious, blind craving for the
    • consciousness of self on the higher planes, hence in dream he is not
    • self-conscious. He begins to be so on the Astral Plane. In deep sleep
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    • consciousness of a Deva being. In the middle of the Saturn evolution
    • this point of the ego, consciously experiences what previously he went
    • through unconsciously.
    • the organ of consciousness. That means the paths he had previously
    • traversed unconsciously he had to traverse again consciously. Under
    • cord, man first works consciously on the physical plane through the
    • Thus development begins by man's working consciously on his astral
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    • certain stages of consciousness of the great universe, and the Beings
    • consciousness, one understands that these forces are guided by higher
    • conscious mastery over the corresponding lower planes. On the physical
    • clearly before him. On the next stage he consciously brings forth the
    • consciously brings forth himself (Seventh Round).
    • consciously brings to life within him that world which man in the
    • consciousness. Now after all this had been lost, man had to struggle
    • to attain conscious seeing of an external world. The further
    • awareness. He retains throughout full consciousness. The medium, that
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    • conscious in Devachan.
    • relationships. Such a relationship is unconsciously a devachanic one.
    • indeed even more intensely conscious of this spiritual relationship.
    • higher level. At this stage the initiate has a state of consciousness
    • The third stage of initiate-consciousness is that which corresponds to
    • The human ego-consciousness was to be purified and healed through
    • that when it has reached self-consciousness it may die selflessly.
    • consciousness
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    • could however be allowed to flow subconsciously into European culture.
    • began with the first incarnation; previously man had no consciousness
    • plane before he could develop consciousness of self. True as it is
    • it true that knowledge of things draws him back. Consciousness is a
    • Vijnana = consciousness.
    • soul. As the fourth stage appears what comes towards the consciousness
    • had first to learn to know with his consciousness — this was
    • after his consciousness opened to it. It is the separation between
    • The soul has three members: the consciousness soul as the highest
    • the consciousness soul: the second group with the intellectual soul
    • Vijnana is characteristic of the consciousness soul; Shadayadana of
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    • unconsciously. Behind them the spirit is forming the symbols. The
    • occult pupil does this in full consciousness, nevertheless in a way
    • consciousness and perception has arisen out of Thought itself
    • Then we ascend to what is conscious, what has a certain degree of
    • perception, of consciousness, everything of an animal nature and what
    • the first place within itself: abstract consciousness. All
    • consciousness existent in the world also lives in man, in abstract
    • This is what underlies all perception and consciousness. Illness
    • sensation and consciousness. This has one thing in common with us:
    • on the consciousness which in the outer world is itself thought.
    • have brought about consciousness. What man builds up on the basis of
    • consciously by reaching the stage of Imagination. Herein we find the
    • limit his Karma consciously.
    • have consciousness. When he progresses to Imagination, life also
    • consciousness necessary for the overcoming of Karma. And now let us
    • consciousness. These are the five Skandhas.
    • progressively less effect when he has consciously developed something
    • of the last two. The more he has gained conscious power over Vijnana,
    • the more does he gain the power of consciously incarnating in the
    • Vijnana: Consciousness necessary to the overcoming of Karma.
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    • consciousness similar to that of our dreams. His consciousness was
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    • consciously wish to make this their concern. But in the night thoughts
    • This is the ABC. When the human being consciously tortures living
    • the human astral body. When a person cuts consciously into a
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    • The problem of death as a question of consciousness. The duality:
    • garment. Let us now assume that the human being were conscious in all
    • senses and perception he would be unable to live consciously even in
    • the physical world. If man today were equally conscious in all three
    • transformation. Then he would pass over consciously from one world
    • are so that man only gradually gains continuity of consciousness in
    • his consciousness when he enters the other worlds from the physical
    • world. The beings who retain consciousness do not know death. Let us
    • stage of having his present day physical consciousness and of how he
    • will attain another consciousness.
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    • consciously in dreamless sleep he has developed a Devachanic
    • consciousness. This enables him to follow what takes place between
    • death and a new birth. This consciousness can be enhanced. Then he has
    • third stage of consciousness he becomes able to observe what goes on
    • consciousness between two Rounds. To be able to observe what takes
    • consciousness; between two Globes the second, and between two Rounds
    • the third degree. Conscious sleep, which leads to this awareness is of
    • consciousness. The seven Rounds and the five conditions of Pralaya are
    • man waking day-consciousness, whereas the purpose of the entire Moon
    • evolution had the purpose of developing in man picture consciousness.
    • This was preceded by dreamless sleep consciousness on the Sun; at that
    • consciousness.
    • Old Saturn = Deep Trance-consciousness
    • Old Sun = Dreamless Sleep-consciousness
    • Old Moon = Dreaming Sleep or picture consciousness
    • Earth = Waking consciousness or awareness of objects
    • (Future) Jupiter = Psychic or conscious picture-consciousness
    • (Future) Venus = Super-pyschic or conscious life-consciousness
    • (Future) Vulcan = Spiritual or self-conscious universal consciousness
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    • Survey of Earth evolution II: Planets or states of consciousness,
    • Planetary evolution is to lead one condition of consciousness through
    • a condition of Consciousness is called Power
    • a condition of consciousness’. Going through a Round is going through
    • When once again this will be present in consciousness, a knowledge of
    • meaning through living consciousness, then once more religions will be
    • trance consciousness; this he hardly knows today. He only knows
    • existed on the Moon — a picture consciousness. Man no longer
    • knows deep trance consciousness for the following reason: When someone
    • body alone would remain behind; a dull consciousness. In the case of
    • physical body to perceive consciously. They are then still able to
    • in a remarkable way. The Chela achieves this consciously, whereas the
    • medium does so unconsciously. It is through such a clairvoyant
    • consciousness that the planetary systems have been discovered. All the
    • themselves are nothing other than consciousness through the physical
    • body; they experience all this in full consciousness.
    • On the future Venus a complete consciousness in the etheric body will
    • develop. Then, while man sleeps, he will gain a consciousness
    • On Saturn Trance consciousness, universal consciousness
    • On Sun Dreamless sleep, consciousness limited to what is living
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    • Man will have achieved a conscious life of feeling and perception, and
    • over into another condition of consciousness. The purpose of a Round
    • Round is to lead over into a new stage of consciousness. Thus the
    • Round as a new condition of consciousness.
    • consciousness we get five Globes or conditions of form, six Rounds or
    • conditions of life, ten Planets or conditions of consciousness. If we
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    • The Three Logoi, or Form, Life and Consciousness (Creation out of
    • consciousness, life and form.
    • Consciousness in its different
    • or Condition of Consciousness. We think of the Earth as it now is and
    • In the case of the third kind of production, out of consciousness,
    • consciousness. So we have to begin with an outpouring of
    • consciousness; out of the content of the earlier, out of memory,
    • consciousness creates the new. At the end therefore something is
    • astral things and beings. At the end a new consciousness has come
    • about with a new content of consciousness. It is something which has
    • had to be there. The new condition of consciousness however, at the
    • Consciousness
    • consciousness, that is to say, the possibility of gathering
    • Earth he received what in him is consciousness, from the First Logos.
    • The concept of consciousness must become a little clearer to us. We
    • must work out fully the concept of consciousness on a particular
    • plane. Man is conscious, but we have to know where his consciousness
    • is. Now he is conscious on the physical plane when we are speaking
    • about waking consciousness. But waking consciousness could also be on
    • physical plane and consciousness is on the astral plane, then this
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    • consciousness during the epochs of the Post-Atlantean Age.
    • him and his own body. At that time he had no consciousness of his own,
    • consciousness. The light shone into him; man began to let the
    • engineering science in his conscious self, but he actually brought a
    • Egyptians, perceived through Manas in picture-consciousness; they had
    • Fourth revelation: Clear waking-day consciousness was developed by the
    • clear day-consciousness, as incarnated man, Christ Jesus.
    • With the peoples of the Near East we find the picture consciousness of
    • consciousness of the ego.
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    • something spiritual. When there was still a consciousness of this,
    • which one still had a consciousness of the true connections. Let us
    • separate consciousness, his independence, are in a certain sense
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    • consciousness developed that one does not master nature only by means
    • consciousness is related to trance consciousness. With completely
    • clear day consciousness future peoples will develop a spiritual
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    • nature is expressed in what we call the self-conscious ego. I do not
    • want to refer now to the way in which this self-conscious ego takes
    • self-conscious ego stands between his spirit and his bodily nature.
    • play to find objections to the expression “self-conscious ego.”
    • self-conscious ego is inserted between the spirit and the bodily
    • he has developed a consciousness of self. It is a generally
    • definite thinking, nor consciousness of self; he would be forced to
    • definite organizing forces through his self-conscious ego. For,
    • consciousness of self, and the activities connected with these; so
    • his consciousness of self, we grasp him as it were at one pole, at
    • rising into consciousness — upon how gestures taken as a whole
    • consciousness, yet it enters the soul and comes to expression when
    • external consciousness sums up a host of intimate details, played out
    • beneath the surface of consciousness, into everyday words such as “I
    • up more within him, in the self-conscious ego, to pour itself then
    • self-conscious ego and spirit had, as it were, come to terms.
    • self-conscious ego is in opposition to the organization and forces
    • consciousness of self as the result of education. These capacities
    • of thinking and of the consciousness of self brought about through
    • consciousness. Meanwhile we find in the animal the expression of how
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    • It is exceedingly difficult for modern consciousness to see any
    • consciousness of the present day. They naturally cannot conceive that
    • fell into a state of consciousness which at the present day would be
    • trance-like consciousness was looked upon as a revelation of the aims
    • as modern consciousness goes.
    • with the subconscious life than with the conscious life of the human
    • of this kind people do not, as a rule, act in full consciousness, but
    • When once perceptions such as these enter into our consciousness, we
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    • for man, in the unconscious realms of his life as well. To take a
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    • from subconscious depths of his being cannot be fathomed and
    • the other side. — I am speaking, not of the fully conscious moral
    • invariably a considerable degree of unconsciousness.
    • unconscious understanding he acquired during his life on earth.
    • himself, in addition to the understanding by which his consciousness
    • is already enriched, an abundance of unconscious forces. A great deal
    • well as this understanding, in itself an asset to his consciousness,
    • he acquires, as I say, a wealth of unconscious impulses. Equipped with
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    • be that man would constantly lapse into unconsciousness.
    • clairvoyance. We must attain a fully conscious clairvoyance.
    • of man, especially also with human self-consciousness. Naturally, the
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    • consciousness. Steiner distinguishes between the great initiates who
    • consciousness today. We find our bearings when we try to understand
    • consciousness. Those who feel this mystery have the right feeling.
    • European consciousness that is now beginning to free itself and that
    • spiritual science. Let us picture this European consciousness as it
    • consciousness, hardly attempts any explanation. It accepts the
    • needs to be given, though perhaps unconsciously, what it truly desires
    • they had to represent. The consciousness lives in all those whom you
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    • consciousness. Steiner distinguishes between the great initiates who
    • in the etheric body in the same way as one is conscious of the blood
    • consciousness, that one should grasp it as an inner transformation of
    • In ordinary consciousness this is experienced in such a way that the
    • phenomenon that can be understood by the most primitive consciousness
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    • consciousness. Steiner distinguishes between the great initiates who
    • being according to the moral ideas that light up in his consciousness.
    • consciousness what, in its reality, is only present in the higher
    • who is newly arrived. Thus, this moral flaw, this consciousness of a
    • clairvoyant consciousness has the feeling of something repellent,
    • What is the consequence of this? When clairvoyant consciousness enters
    • consciousness. But there is the further feeling that he lies and does
    • consciousness than really coincides with a strictly correct
    • clairvoyant consciousness. One is confronted by this angelic form and
    • consciousness, if it is to give a correct description, cannot express
    • experience. When we become conscious that we are speaking in the
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    • consciousness. Steiner distinguishes between the great initiates who
    • course either in a state of unconsciousness, or dreams play into it,
    • sensory life and brought to consciousness. This is partly achieved by
    • by raising into consciousness from the depths of the soul experiences
    • which we were previously conscious. So, after all, something must be
    • recollection. We are then a mere nothing for our own consciousness; we
    • consciousness, and with it lose all our real self. This happens when
    • — have to be effaced from consciousness and forgotten through ill
    • consciousness becomes weaker and weaker, more and more toned down, and
    • this etheric world fades into a kind of unconsciousness. In simple
    • and the consciousness of how unworthy one is for entrance there. By
    • again.” This can happen consciously, but in the case of a man in
    • ordinary life it happens unconsciously. He really goes through what I
    • physical body, although he is not conscious that this is so. But a man
    • who has taken the first steps toward initiation becomes conscious of
    • this movement going, then another. In short, it is a conscious
    • conscious life in the sleeping etheric body. So there is a condition
    • conscious living into what is bit by bit awakening the etheric body.
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    • consciousness. Steiner distinguishes between the great initiates who
    • were, into cosmic space, during which one is continually conscious of
    • as soon as a man falls asleep he becomes unconscious, regaining his
    • consciousness on re-awaking, and in his life during the day, except
    • He lives through sleep in a state of unconsciousness. Now in the first
    • consciousness is then experienced. This lasts, interrupted more or
    • less by periods of unconsciousness, for various lengths of time
    • initiation, the usual unconsciousness of sleep can become lit up and
    • transfused with consciousness. Then one rises into the actual worlds
    • consciously the time between falling asleep and waking. When you live
    • through this consciously, you cannot but have a poured out feeling
    • fully conscious sleep (that I have described as a being in the higher
    • for us in fully conscious sleep, we can form an idea, as in the case
    • these worlds in full consciousness, or when his consciousness is
    • certain stage of clairvoyance, or in the conscious experience of
    • clairvoyant consciousness, you can never say of beings that one is
    • there an eternal being has no meaning for spiritual consciousness.
    • religious creed, the same thing is expressed in that unconsciousness
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    • consciousness. Steiner distinguishes between the great initiates who
    • existence. No doubt they say it because they unconsciously realise how
    • unconsciously let Ahriman help him. Here again, good and evil play
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    • consciousness. Steiner distinguishes between the great initiates who
    • must consciously divest himself, strip himself of everything that
    • it is only the reflection that comes into consciousness. You must
    • conscious. That is why the physical body must be there, so that the
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    • what he consciously intended. Intention is most important. Hence
    • clairvoyant consciousness discovers in the human life of Perception,
    • stage of consciousness is one where one sees this personified karma
    • consciousness, but we lay hold of these impressions, we turn them
    • really enter very much into the consciousness of man; at the most it
    • only enters our consciousness when we reflect upon these four spheres
    • sphere of the instruments of consciousness, and therefore the
    • darkness of night is spread over normal consciousness and
    • unconsciousness supervenes. Now, when through his esoteric exercises
    • soul-being which he is during the night; when he is unconscious
    • conscious intention, but rather the unconscious, instinctive
    • field of consciousness; he overlooks, as it were, all that does not
    • consciousness regarding what it sees in the spiritual world, may vary
    • clairvoyant consciousness sees when it enters into the spiritual
    • consciousness has reached the point where the spiritual and soul-part
    • usually done unconsciously during sleep; and he leaves it with the
    • clairvoyant consciousness meets with, is in fact a complete reversal
    • consciousness begins to act outside the body, this relationship is
    • it. ... And when one develops clairvoyant consciousness to a certain
    • man, one develops the clairvoyant consciousness; that is the first
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    • over his development. Spiritual wisdom in our unconscious existence,
    • in the clairvoyant consciousness, when from the darkness of spiritual
    • begin to perceive with clairvoyant consciousness, the revelations
    • to be of value in this world; we act consciously by means of our
    • in the subconscious depths of our soul between birth and death, how
    • consciously all that occurs in our lives, we could by no means go
    • unconsciously. All this is the outcome of a much greater wisdom than
    • us in the subconscious depths of our soul, and in these subconscious
    • in us without our being conscious of it. Thus we stand here as human
    • beings in the world, conscious in our physical body, and say: ‘We
    • threshold of the present horizon of our consciousness we should be in
    • higher condition of consciousness in which we live between death and
    • see consciously into the spiritual world. They work in such a manner
    • that they are not disturbed by our state of consciousness, they are
    • life; — behind it all, behind our conscious life, Divine
    • there have exactly as much consciousness as they find it good for us
    • to have, for behind this consciousness they wish to guide our destiny
    • we are unable consciously to see and investigate, when we try to
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    • Guardian allows sensation to enter our consciousness, but does not
    • sends this impulse into our sub-consciousness and thus fighting
    • enter our consciousness. Feeling is only half barn in us. The same
    • subconscious part of Feeling and Will. Everyone possesses the
    • knowledge of Saturn, Sun, Moon, but it is below his consciousness. He
    • us after death. The use of Spiritual Science. Full consciousness of
    • death. We re-create it as a new form of consciousness when we let it
    • actually receives into his consciousness only a small portion of what
    • the consciousness of man. Light and colour contain much more than
    • what enters man's consciousness. In sound there is much more
    • than what comes into the consciousness of man. External materialistic
    • consciousness the sensation of light or colour. The remarkable fact
    • deeper into our being we discover that while we are conscious of
    • consciousness pours forth something, pervades his whole being with
    • perceive, behind what reaches our consciousness, creative
    • within that, Intuition. That which comes into our consciousness as
    • which, if it were to enter our consciousness, could become in us
    • consciousness, and does not allow Imagination, Inspiration and
    • from us; the door of our consciousness is closed against this impulse
    • consciousness, as we are obliged to let it descend into the dark
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    • become more and more conscious of the Spirit impulse. The
    • instincts of life, the more unconscious impulses of life change. His
    • forces of healing. When the clairvoyant consciousness finds the right
    • effect on him. Owing to his clairvoyant consciousness there appears
    • cause of that which to clairvoyant consciousness appears as
    • our next incarnation, through the good Gods, without being conscious
    • widespread and is a form of dreamlike clairvoyant consciousness which
    • consciously to help spiritual beings, that is, souls who were not on
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    • first he is unconscious of the starry world in which he is really
    • aware that he has left the sphere of consciousness he possessed in
    • consciously to experience how it breaks through this and afterwards
    • which previously gave our consciousness its content has shrunk
    • earthly life. All the events we have consciously experienced in our
    • also have the distinct inner consciousness that because this
    • behind by it. We have the consciousness that we have remained at an
    • consciousness, the beginning of our consciousness after death.
    • Our consciousness must always be
    • aroused by something. When we awake in the morning our consciousness
    • from outside, while during sleep we are unconscious. In the state
    • immediately after death, this consciousness is enkindled by our
    • us. Our consciousness is first enkindled after death through this
    • By this our consciousness is quickened. Then begins the period during
    • consciously during physical life. The reason these forces do not act
    • consciously during physical life is because during this physical life
    • the darkness develops that which we could not consciously possess
    • before death; for if we had had it consciously before death we could
    • body. And one who can consciously experience awaking, knows: you want
    • consciousness shall dwell in it. Entirely below the threshold of
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    • and more into human souls, instinctively at first, then consciously.
    • earth, that we gain this Ego-consciousness ever more and more. This
    • earth we attain to an ever great consciousness of our Ego, we thereby
    • the tiny amount of consciousness endures which informs us of our
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    • consciously experience our whole being in its relation to the cosmos,
    • the proletarian consciousness of the present time. Consider: all that
    • lives to-day in the consciousness of the workers, as the foundation
    • consciousness, the “spirit in me” — that exists now
    • contrast. On the one hand, take that which fills the consciousness of
    • living in the age of the Consciousness Soul — the age in which
    • everything is destined to be brought into the light of consciousness.
    • post-Atlantean epoch, the epoch of the Consciousness Soul, is
    • consciousness and human soul-development, in the broadest sense, are
    • aims, his consciously conceived aims, with the help of divine powers.
    • That is the right thing in the epoch of the Consciousness Soul. In
    • earlier times the aims of men were unconscious, instinctive, just
    • because the conscious purpose of the gods was working in them. Human
    • aims must now become ever more conscious: then they will be infused
    • consciousness belonging to our age. We can strive for clear insight,
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    • have led on to a crisis, we find no thoughtfulness, no consciousness
    • rising from the subconscious or from an obscure realm of feeling
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    • light of consciousness, the most variously-minded people have tried
    • life there is an unconscious unfolding of something whose influence
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    • activity is already taken more or less unconsciously for granted.
    • fully conscious of the fact: You cannot possibly understand any
    • subconsciously, at least. In some respects there is at least a
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    • m? The physicists are generally quite unconscious of what
    • consciously aware of this: — Press with your finger against
    • on long enough you will lose consciousness. You may conclude that the
    • same phenomenon — loss of consciousness — is taking
    • of consciousness that you can bear it. Nevertheless, what I have
    • indicated — the loss of consciousness which you experience with
    • consciousness. This is no longer so when we encounter what we have
    • designated m. Our consciousness is dimmed at once. If this
    • Nature which, if it does unite with our consciousness, eliminates it,
    • in our consciousness quite neutrally. The moment we go beyond this,
    • we come into regions which are opposed to our consciousness and tend
    • only our normal consciousness is not sufficient here, — does
    • exhausts, sucks out, withdraws from us the force of consciousness.
    • is in Nature, you must bring in the states of consciousness. Without
    • we cannot live with consciousness in all that, for instance, which is
    • blood. The heavy pressure would immediately cloud our consciousness.
    • body of consciousness and makes it all the time asleep. This indeed
    • is the essential feature of the phenomenon of Will. As a conscious
    • grammes into which enters the unconscious Will — we live in the
    • of our consciousness but on the contrary. No one, willing to go into
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    • consciousness; namely when we fall asleep. Consciousness ceases. It
    • is a very similar phenomenon, like a cessation of consciousness, when
    • to sleep by mass, how it sucks-out our consciousness, — you
    • consciousness by darkness. So then you will discern the deep inner
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    • from this being an unconscious thing, your consciousness indwells
    • Now we can also experience ourselves quite consciously in the airy
    • element, just as we can in the element of warmth. Our consciousness
    • must distinguish between different levels in our consciousness. One
    • level of our consciousness is the one we live with in the element
    • another level of our consciousness is the one we live with in the
    • partaking in it. And yet another level of our consciousness is the
    • partake also in this. Our consciousness is indeed able to dive down
    • our own consciousness have to partake in the phenomena of light so
    • element in consciousness. Indeed by virtue of this process, of
    • consciousness a kind of midway level — a niveau. You
    • live with your consciousness. On the other hand you go beneath this
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    • eye and the phenomena of light. What comes into our consciousness
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    • with, unconsciously — to go into differences of velocity in a
    • it with our conscious life, or at least partially so. So do we in
    • corresponds to the transition of our consciousness into the state
    • these things are akin to our conscious faculties of soul. On the
    • to experience in consciousness is our thoughts about them. Likewise
    • idea-forming, conscious life into our life of Will. All that is
    • light, and sound, and warmth, is then akin to our conscious life,
    • is akin — intimately akin — to our unconscious life of
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    • unconscious part of us, from the Will-part which has its outer
    • from this realm; they come from the unconscious in the human being.
    • remain utterly unconscious of the origin of the geometry you use.
    • unconscious of its source. So doing, you develop theories such as
    • what springs from the unconscious part of your being with what
    • presents itself to you in conscious day-waking life. Yet the two
    • thinking you fetch up from the subconscious part of your being,
    • conscious element of Thought and Ideation in ourselves, while those
    • of electricity and magnetism are akin to the sub-conscious element
    • realization in our hearts and minds will give the consciousness we
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    • consciousness?’ If this world of pictures is such that he can say
    • Ego-consciousness and a fading of sense-perception; these two
    • lose hold of our Ego, in sleep we lose not only our Ego-consciousness
    • only our Ego-consciousness, but still have around us a world of
    • sleep the faculty of perception and the consciousness too, are
    • has also surrendered his consciousness to this world. What remains
    • and apart from consciousness. In the normal sleeping man we have
    • consciousness and his Ego. And whither has the consciousness, whither
    • But if we also relinquish consciousness, then at that same moment
    • characteristic of sleep — the bearer of our consciousness and its
    • Ego, but also in respect of his consciousness. In the state of
    • departure of the astral body the possibility of consciousness is
    • Sleep represents a kind of division of man's being. Consciousness and
    • experiences of waking life, in which he has no consciousness at all of
    • over to a world of which he has no consciousness, of which he knows
    • has consciousness, he acts. In the state of ecstasy he has a kind of
    • consciousness, but not the guiding Ego. He does not control his
    • efficiently than it is when we are not conscious of it. In daily life
    • everything because he is not yet capable of being a conscious
    • participant. It is providential that consciousness of his own
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    • human consciousness regards sleep as an undifferentiated state that is
    • one extinguishes consciousness inasmuch as it drives us out of our
    • a man begins to talk or act in sleep without the consciousness that is
    • which he need not have even the consciousness of dream. Through this
    • by day, only now he is unconscious. Such actions in sleep are
    • other two influences predominate, is called the Consciousness or
    • Consciousness-or Spiritual Soul. When man is transported by one force
    • influence is being exerted upon his Consciousness-Soul.
    • Consciousness-Soul. But when these influences have been exerted, the
    • is exerted on the Consciousness-Soul. When the influences on the
    • Mind-Soul and Consciousness-Soul have taken effect, man is
    • on the Mind-Soul and on the Consciousness-Soul which strengthen man
    • drawn into the subconscious; and by drawing loops I have indicated his
    • Consciousness-Soul. In the morning, the same force that has drawn us
    • Consciousness-Soul. During the night man moves around a kind of
    • influence upon the Consciousness-Soul is strongest. From that point he
    • The force which works upon the Consciousness-Soul during sleep and
    • “Saturn” stirs into unconscious action during sleep a man
    • come; during waking consciousness, however, when the Mercury
    • the Consciousness-Soul. What are the differences between Sentient
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    • perceiving ceases and consciousness is extinguished.
    • When we cross the boundary on going to sleep, consciousness ceases and
    • we cannot see the spiritual world. On waking, our consciousness is at
    • he were to cross this stream consciously is something that must be
    • oneself fit for the experience and passing through it consciously.
    • overpowering strength if he were to look consciously into his own
    • he were to descend consciously into his etheric and physical bodies.
    • therefore protected from descending into them consciously and is
    • its existence to the plant kingdom and if it were conscious of its
    • he must cross the stream which diverts normal human consciousness from
    • the inner to the outer world. This normal consciousness, while
    • word, to the tapestry of sense-phenomena. Normal consciousness becomes
    • Our consciousness has thus been directed to the frontier where we can
    • consciousness we do not see the Microcosm itself but a reflected image
    • his own inner world? In the modern age there is little consciousness
    • entirely from those of normal consciousness.
    • human consciousness a veil is drawn over everything that man would
    • which in normal life he is unconscious; he must traverse consciously
    • the very stream which in everyday life takes consciousness from him.
    • Threshold is imperceptible to ordinary consciousness, so too is this
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    • within which man's normal consciousness is enclosed, and today we will
    • descends consciously into his own inner being. We know that in
    • we ourselves are not consciously there.
    • higher than all our conscious life. Forces higher than those available
    • in our conscious life become active during sleep; experiences are
    • through our conscious experiences. During the day we use up forces by
    • if he were able to descend consciously into the physical and etheric
    • experience consciously the moment of entry into the etheric and
    • We become conscious of the driving forces of our manhood when we are
    • achieved with conscious awareness? We must prepare ourselves in such a
    • out of the state of consciousness prevailing in sleep, in such a way
    • able to develop consciously during the life of day would not take us
    • When we first become conscious of having absorbed Cosmic Will, Cosmic
    • an attainable ideal when you gaze consciously into the macrocosmic
    • his ordinary consciousness was hitherto hidden from him, stands before
    • for men to be conscious that they must not merely rely upon what flows
    • consciousness is diverted. If, on waking, we refuse to admit the
    • have described the consciousness that deviates from the normal and is
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • descend consciously into this astral body; and we were able to form an
    • waking a man can penetrate consciously into his inner being. At most
    • he can prepare himself by mystical deepening for conscious entry into
    • normal consciousness it may happen — very occasionally —
    • that a man has such moments of conscious awakening as a result of
    • can recognise from within when we penetrate into it consciously.
    • himself in his conscious descent to the power known as that of Venus.
    • fully conscious of the way in which these Mercury powers could be
    • themselves descended consciously into their bodily sheaths.
    • personal self-consciousness of this present incarnation, this present
    • consciously within his own being together with his previous
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 6: Experiences of Initiation in the Northern Mysteries
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    • that the strength of the, Ego-feeling, the Ego-consciousness, should
    • Ego-consciousness of the candidate for Initiation was reduced, to
    • with the exception of the very deepest stage of all, our consciousness
    • the process was carried further than that; the consciousness was
    • But I must emphasise that this Ego-consciousness did not fade away
    • strength of human egoism; for even when Ego-consciousness was reduced
    • consciously experiencing the moment of going to sleep, consciously
    • Ego were to pour consciously into the Macrocosm, would be so dazzling,
    • consciousness ceases.
    • provided he retains a certain degree of consciousness, was described
    • had poured into him — a conscious ascent into the Macrocosm.
    • to him if he did not lose consciousness on going to sleep. We will
    • Macrocosm. Even in normal human consciousness it is sometimes
    • conscious to a certain extent of the processes connected with going to
    • of bliss and can distinguish this consciousness of bliss quite clearly
    • from the ordinary waking consciousness. It is as though he became
    • or less conscious at the moment of going to sleep. But a person who
    • has only the ordinary, normal consciousness loses it at the moment of
    • If he were able to maintain his consciousness — as the trained
    • with, this Elementary World makes him conscious that everything in his
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    • normal human consciousness and not with clairvoyance, we find certain
    • ascend consciously into the higher worlds. This example too shows what
    • no clear or definite consciousness of influences that had a share in
    • now present in our consciousness. Why do we forget such influences
    • to have undergone but which then fade away from our consciousness.
    • into oblivion, are no longer in our consciousness because life has
    • understood when it is known that the range of the conscious
    • across such an island which originates from unconsciousness
    • understanding we can introduce into our conscious life, the better it
    • Not only these unconscious islands in the soul, but many things of the
    • consciously, would be the experience of himself. He himself
    • threshold leading into the Macrocosm is crossed consciously. A man
    • overwhelmed by the sight if consciousness did not cease. But there
    • can become and what we ought to be. For this reason consciousness is
    • Greater Guardian of the Threshold who effaces consciousness when we go
    • worlds unless with clairvoyant consciousness we were to pass on to 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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    • his normal consciousness he has very little knowledge of the
    • is perceptible to clairvoyant consciousness is that the Ego is not by
    • any means wholly within man during the hours of waking consciousness.
    • To clairvoyant consciousness the Ego is always present in a certain
    • impression? Ordinary consciousness is completely at sea here. The
    • of the Elementary World that is held back comes into our consciousness
    • In what way are we able in ordinary life to be conscious of anything?
    • more. If we wanted to experience consciously the influence of the
    • the plant has consciousness similar to that of man and could reflect
    • impressions inwardly. Consciousness arises, not through the exercise
    • respect of his consciousness, has developed to a higher stage than the
    • consciousness only, where the mental pictures always represent some
    • present in normal consciousness; that we shall become capable of
    • night, without our being conscious of it, forces are drawn from the
    • spiritual world. Just as we have experiences in our conscious life, in
    • the night we have experiences in the subconscious region of our being.
    • upon himself man consciously builds up that which the external world
    • visible to normal consciousness because they lie in a realm beyond the
    • visible to clairvoyant consciousness. For example, one unfolds like a
    • physical sense-organ exists in order to bring to our consciousness the
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  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
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    • consciously into the spiritual worlds. Certainly this is also possible
    • before him like flowers or stones seen in ordinary consciousness; he
    • normal consciousness an immediate, innate feeling tells them: this is
    • consciousness has taken place. Consequently he has now to seek for
    • what he himself, with a higher grade of consciousness, had prepared.
    • consciousness a person stands at a certain place and knows that in
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    • revealed by consciousness, many things will be explained in a new way.
    • when the heart judged out of the sub-consciousness, out of a
    • consciousness not yet permeated with intellect. Today, this original
    • few who with their present-day consciousness already have the longing,
    • attainable state of higher consciousness through which it is possible
    • said of memory? In the normal consciousness of everyday life we find
    • that memory works in the following way. — Man has consciousness
    • incorporate all this in his consciousness. Then he proceeds from what
    • point of view realises that just as our consciousness of the present
    • this extension of consciousness over the past, is connected with
    • particular activity of consciousness changes completely.
    • states of consciousness, no need to be continually using and giving
    • consciousness that the pupil must possess. This should always be kept
    • Now whenever the pupil is in the state of consciousness in which he is
    • March. That is a perception which you have in your consciousness of
    • consciousness of the immediate present conflicts with memory. In the
    • the same way as he otherwise moves in Space. And this consciousness
    • physical symbol for the consciousness of Space; the flowing blood, the
    • spiritual consciousness. Thus every physical phenomenon is a symbol
    • In rising to a higher level of consciousness we actually gaze into a
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    • sleeping state he has no consciousness of the physical world and in
    • order to have consciousness there he must come down into big physical
    • and etheric bodies. He begins to have consciousness only when he
    • may also say that with his inner life, with his consciousness of his
    • consciousness if he did not possess physical and etheric bodies. He
    • To intervene consciously in the breathing process is to invoke the
    • is so little consciousness of the truth that the spiritual underlies
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    • unconsciously — that the
    • everyday consciousness is concerned, our physical nature only
    • them in full consciousness. It would lead too far now to
    • at all in our normal consciousness. In order to make this point
    • on normal human consciousness by the visible form and
    • ordinary consciousness. The picture which this ordinary
    • consciousness (which is also prevalent in natural science) has
    • consciousness as a revelation of the unconscious. My
    • But by developing our normal consciousness, by laying
    • consciously or unconsciously
    • what is popularly called the unconscious, but which, when it is
    • revealed in the sphere of consciousness, can be raised into the
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    • The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
    • of the Unconscious
    • consciousness with the same kind of sense perception
    • human soul life, inasmuch as this lies within the conscious
    • is to be found within our ordinary consciousness. But because,
    • accustomed to call the unconscious. There is also another
    • to offer some thoughts about this area of the unconscious, and
    • “unconscious
    • flows into one's conscious life. It would of course take a very
    • of the unconscious. In the cultural life of Central Europe the
    • unconscious” has of course
    • experiences consciously in a spiritual unconscious, whether it
    • be below or above the conscious.
    • unconscious for ordinary consciousness (although he is
    • revelation of the unconscious, of the spiritual unconscious, in
    • spirit and an outlook founded on the unconscious like,
    • life rests on something spiritual and unconscious. He maintains
    • the view that this unconscious can be reached only by means of
    • he points out that this unconscious is not in itself conscious
    • conscious. — In these two
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    • conscious of questions: What are you then actually doing when
    • existence. The modern seeking soul is in a way unconsciously
    • wisdom. It was said: In his normal consciousness man is not
    • People then had a consciousness and knowledge of the world
    • his self-consciousness was weaker. And one quite rightly had to
    • connection with the powers of inner self-consciousness, and the
    • did not succumb when their self-consciousness was led into a
    • arrived at quite a different form of self-consciousness
    • peoples with their less awake kind of consciousness. And
    • because of this we have a strong self-consciousness which
    • we enter into this world through a self-consciousness which has
    • having achieved a heightened self-consciousness,
    • world. By means of our heightened self-consciousness we have to
    • of their self- consciousness through self discipline in order
    • an ego. It gives us our ordinary self-consciousness. We
    • are not able to arise out of the unconscious, nor should
    • he wakes up. He is normally unconscious at this time, because
    • other hand we do not live unconsciously as in sleep, but we
    • unconsciousness we pass into another world, which we then
    • unconscious, how the human being can however develop this
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    • spoken and the soul, through its subconscious relationship to
    • everyday consciousness understands and can account for, and a
    • subconscious soul-life which lies submerged as if in the depths
    • man is usually unconscious of such fear is that it works in the
    • account for with his everyday consciousness.
    • this fear knocks at the door of a man's ordinary consciousness
    • evening while putting his links away to think quite consciously: I am
    • consciousness of the spiritual worlds by undergoing occult
    • consciously aware of in an ordinary thought is in reality the process
    • made himself free, he is consciously drawn back by the same
    • physical body without consciousness on his part.
    • feeling becomes gradually conscious, through this developed force
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    • knowledge of death; they know only different states of consciousness.
    • Their consciousness can for a time be so diminished that it resembles
    • consciousness; and the greatest fear by which man is possessed —
    • consciousness. That a human being in the super-sensible world could be
    • much soul-force was received unconsciously through inspiration.
    • of consciousness.
    • Christ, suffered an extinction of consciousness in the course of the
    • death. This onset of unconsciousness in the spiritual worlds will
    • lead to the resurrection of the Christ-consciousness in the souls of
    • consciousness will arise again for clairvoyant vision. At first only
    • called an extinction of consciousness in the worlds immediately above
    • the extinction of the consciousness of the angelic Being is a repetition
    • consciousness which was earlier hidden in human souls on earth. The
    • the Christ-consciousness may be united with the earthly consciousness
    • Christ-consciousness in the sphere of the Angels in the nineteenth
    • century signifies the resurrection of the direct consciousness
    • sort of spiritual death, a suspension of consciousness, took place.
    • about an awakening of the previously hidden Christ-consciousness
    • consciousness from the twentieth century onwards.
    • emergence of the Christ-consciousness from the realm of the unknown
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    • an act of creation, kindle to life the consciousness of self out of
    • became more tenuous. This is what arose in the consciousness of the
    • atom-filled space. This has meaning only within a consciousness that
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    • before one's consciousness in the manner described above
    • ordinary consciousness for granted and fills this consciousness with
    • unconscious. As a matter of fact, man even now produced mathematics
    • completely unconscious. None of this rises into consciousness except
    • arises of something that occurs deep down in the subconscious. Here,
    • where man cannot reach with his ordinary consciousness, something
    • geometrize when we lift what occurs in the subconscious into the
    • consciousness, but with inward awareness: You would have a different
    • evolution in both its conscious and unconscious processes. Only in
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    • universe. People are not always fully conscious of what they say. In
    • everything he says with his consciousness. This is true even among
    • merely draw a triangle but was conscious of the fact that, while he
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    • person a certain distance. You will consciously experience his
    • strongly on our consciousness.
    • consciousness. These processes, however, were not always completely
    • did not consciously carry his weight through space in former times.
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    • spirit knowledge, but now it is fully conscious rather than
    • its very existence. Not ego consciousness, but the experience of the
    • philosopher strove in his exercises to become conscious of the fact
    • work. The iatrochemists had a shadowy consciousness of the etheric
    • it. Man attains his consciousness of freedom only because he is no
    • conception of the world and to the consciousness of freedom. We
    • consciousness of freedom that is arising during the same period,
    • though in a somewhat caricatured form, to discuss the consciousness
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    • order to develop them further in a conscious way, since man today
    • finds himself in the age of the development of the consciousness
    • however, that with our conscious experience, we are entirely outside
    • present development of science, and not with the consciousness that
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    • different state of consciousness, a different soul life. It is
    • this fact that we do not bring into our consciousness certain
    • considered in such a way that we have the consciousness not of forces
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    • The essential thing is that the consciousness of certain things was
    • the 17th centuries. The consciousness that our earth is a
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    • unconsciously without saying it in words: In this room it is
    • as it were, to express these facts in terms of human consciousness, we
    • continually live, but do not take up into our consciousness. We
    • consciously. Only when some variation from the normal condition
    • occurs, does it take conscious form.
    • between our consciousness and our sense impressions, this
    • consciousness is enabled to take up the passive concept world.
    • That act is entirely outside of your consciousness. You are not aware
    • of what happens between your consciousness and the delicate processes
    • in your arm. Our unconsciousness of it is as complete as our
    • unconsciousness between falling asleep and waking up. But something
    • simply because it does not enter our consciousness? Those processes
    • human nature from that which is immediately alive in consciousness to
    • will processes taking place, as it were, outside of consciousness.
    • the realm of consciousness. What is underneath is in the realm of will
    • and is outside of consciousness. Starting from this point we proceed
    • with color phenomena, something which we can consciously apprehend; we
    • consciously apprehend. Tasting and smelling are, however, apprehended
    • of consciousness and yet is intimately bound up with the outer world.
    • and that our consciousness dwelt in the green portion of the spectrum.
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    • living, thinking rainbows with your consciousness in the green, in
    • into consciousness like time and space. In the realm where the world
    • with the phenomena of mass inside us. But we are unconscious of these
    • We are not conscious of either one. Both these things are hidden from
    • human consciousness, and in this respect, there is no immediate
    • reigns in us unconsciously. There is no other way to enter into the
    • conscious of the fact that the solid, of itself, takes care of that
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    • what we are conscious of as tone. We must seek for something in the
    • consciously as tone. Is not this way of stating the matter entirely as
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    • the sphere of consciousness? No, they are not in the human
    • consciousness. Think of the matter a moment. You cannot get a real
    • consciousness. We have a corporeality, but this form is not given in
    • our immediate consciousness. What do we have in our immediate
    • consciousness in the place of form?
    • the body building forces withdraw, conscious reasoning comes into
    • consciousness from the realms of gas and heat? Here again when you
    • will unconsciously the course of his thoughts, he does not like to
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    • extinguished. A consciousness which knows only such an ‘Ego’
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    • that a man, conscious of self, feels himself in these ideas as in a
    • consciously exact as the mathematical and natural scientific method of
    • The ancient method was semi-conscious. Compared with the condition of
    • full consciousness of the modern scientific thinker it had something
    • Such a soul-content must be regained, but in full consciousness,
    • sense of consciousness as we find in scientific thought.
    • consciousness’. It is reached through a process of meditation in
    • the thought of ordinary consciousness is a reflection of a spiritual
    • activity which remains unconscious as such, after having become so by
    • time we are conscious only of what the physical organism allows us to
    • be conscious of. The spiritual activity can be separated from the
    • presentation before our soul's consciousness with the character of a
    • the ordinary consciousness; for it speaks out of
    • the ordinary consciousness, be recalled in experience.
    • conscious stationary condition of the quiet, content-less soul. This
    • banished from the consciousness. The stage ‘is reached where the
    • will which is not used in ordinary consciousness from the cosmic
    • reflection the subject matter of religious consciousness.
    • the spiritual world. The Ego which we know in ordinary consciousness
    • world by inspired and intuitive knowledge is conscious; he
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    • consciousness when it enters upon imaginative knowledge. His
    • last condition is necessary to avoid any kind of unconscious process
    • employing only psychic-spiritual forces. Unconscious memories,
    • into the consciousness from the physical, or instinctive, or
    • unconsciously psychical, and cause it to react in the soul on the
    • the right way. For if unconscious forces intervene in it, if it is not
    • into the ordinary consciousness. That which the consciousness and
    • In ordinary consciousness it is only the young child who has not yet
    • his consciousness. He can learn to do this through Imagination.
    • A quite small child is an unconscious philosopher; the
    • wakened to full consciousness.
    • from the consciousness pictures which have been dwelt upon in
    • implanted in the consciousness by free choice. It requires a greater
    • consciousness in another way. And we need this greater effort to
    • remain in conscious wakefulness. If this condition is experienced in
    • condition of ordinary consciousness. For then we can always relate
    • ordinary consciousness. We see in the Cosmos that is perceived by the
    • consciousness. The spiritual outlook which we have won is like the new
    • ordinary consciousness. Man would only be conscious of it if he
    • world remains hidden for ordinary consciousness. The Yoga-philosophy
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    • of the basic exercises is to banish from the consciousness pictures
    • course can be banished from the consciousness. We then have a
    • consciousness that is freed also from the content of our own physical
    • Into this in a higher sense empty consciousness there then enters
    • during the earth-life is brought to life again in the subconscious
    • ordinary consciousness can reach only an indirect knowledge of the
    • inspired and intuitive knowledge. Within ordinary consciousness it has
    • Men were often quite unconscious of the fact that these ideas were
    • ordinary consciousness is impossible. In intellectual concepts the
    • the ordinary consciousness alone is obliged to work into an individual
    • consciousness. But this compared with the Theology based on
    • ordinary consciousness to ideas on a subject which can be experienced
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    • WE speak to-day of the ‘Unconscious’ of
    • ‘Subconscious’, when we wish to signify that the
    • soul-experiences of ordinary consciousness — observation,
    • which is not included in this consciousness. That knowledge which
    • sequence of argument, point to such a ‘subconscious’; but
    • the unconscious.
    • consciousness, for this rests on the basis of the physical
    • it is hid from ordinary consciousness, such a description of this
    • review must, when the consciousness is faced with it unprepared,
    • shall give it as it emerges from the states of consciousness already
    • Taken up into the imaginative consciousness, this experience becomes
    • daily life joy is experienced consciously. Physically an enlargement
    • enlargement is a fact; when it takes place, joy is consciously felt.
    • the imaginative, inspired and intuitive consciousness. If, for
    • Thus the unconscious states and experiences of the soul will be
    • described as if they were conscious.
    • They traverse the unconscious with half-conscious experiences. The
    • the imaginative consciousness if this latter is clouded by dreams
    • with anxiety. Were it felt consciously, it would be soul-fear. But the
    • night, though remaining unconscious of it.
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    • He has a consciousness within this world; with the Powers active in
    • the growth of this Universe his own are bound up. His consciousness is
    • representing the content of consciousness in the pre-earthly state.
    • Therefore the state remains unconscious.
    • In the further course of pre-earthly existence the conscious
    • longer has consciousness of the full reality of experience of a
    • consciously, is dropped by the organs of his soul, but it is
    • the little child is an unconscious memory of this experience. But it
    • is an active memory, an unconscious working of the physical organism
    • of it. The formative creative work which man unconsciously applies to
    • achieve as an inner reality by fully conscious imaginative treatment
    • of the child's earliest experience, lies in this active unconscious
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    • in accordance with modern consciousness, to the event of Golgotha and
    • only through a gradual development. Ordinary consciousness takes the
    • wakefulness and unconscious sleep, which was pictorial and remote from
    • At this time in the ordinary consciousness the psychic experience of
    • the ordinary awake consciousness with the contemplation of the acts of
    • natural function of his consciousness.
    • then faded in man's consciousness. The event of Golgotha thus became
    • It was necessary for the complete unfolding of the ego-consciousness,
    • the ego-consciousness could be freely cultivated.
    • consciousness, and the Christ who lived in him, had become an object
    • consciousness. The sense of Christ was gradually lost; and so
    • In the consciousness which early man had of his pre-earthly existence,
    • consciousness which could develop the complete Ego-sense, but nothing
    • ordinary consciousness is a result of the physical body, and therefore
    • consciousness as to enable it to live its full life. Christ appeared
    • out of what the ancient consciousness, deepened by the saying of the
    • sense-world in which the ego-consciousness develops, to the spirit,
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    • consciousness as does also the psychic activity of thinking, feeling
    • consciousness. Without being lost first however, thinking cannot be
    • from a quarter other than ordinary consciousness. In this ordinary
    • consciousness can one only experience oneself in a momentary glimpse.
    • The memories of ordinary consciousness are also experiences of the
    • But in higher consciousness there is something else than just the
    • memories of the ordinary consciousness. There you have the activity of
    • the etheric organism previously unknown to this consciousness. The
    • memories of the ordinary consciousness are only images of man's
    • the ‘imaginative’ consciousness knows the activity which the
    • up into the consciousness. All this must be experienced in full
    • consciousness; and that is the case if the ordinary consciousness
    • consciousness. Whoever is not able to do this is not dealing with
    • In visionary experience consciousness is not adding a new content to
    • consciousness by a visionary one, but he incorporates an imaginative
    • consciousness. Imagining on the other hand is an actual
    • constitution of the soul remains by its side consciously held in the
    • We grow conscious in a part of the soul which before was unconscious,
    • but that part which before was conscious in the physical organism
    • experience of imagination and that of ordinary consciousness is just
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    • Lecture IX: The Destination of the Ego-Consciousness in Conjunction
    • THE DESTINATION OF THE EGO-CONSCIOUSNESS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE
    • experience remains unconscious during the stay on earth. The soul is
    • consciousness. As soon as the consciousness perceives this content, it
    • consciousness by the physical organism.
    • Ordinary consciousness cannot perceive what is happening behind the
    • tendencies the ordinary consciousness. For in the dying life of the
    • reduces the machinery of thought to stupor or unconsciousness.
    • within him man owes his ordinary consciousness. Before this
    • consciousness stand the etheric and the physical organism as
    • organization and the Ego; and just because the consciousness of soul
    • when after death man becomes conscious of his etheric organism this
    • consciousness begins already to change into a cosmic one. Man feels
    • known to the ordinary consciousness as the ‘Feeling’ life.
    • consciousness during existence on earth. Its entry is prevented
    • spiritual-cosmic world is realized by the cosmic consciousness. This
    • cosmic consciousness is formed after the separation from the etheric
    • breathing during existence on earth. In conscious cosmic experience we
    • It is the consciousness of this world through ‘Inspiration’
    • consciousness into which the cosmic after-effect of man's activities
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    • WHEN the ordinary consciousness sets Will in action there is a part of
    • something unconsciously psychic. It is an unconscious longing for the
    • Our ordinary consciousness makes us realize already how the experience
    • spiritual-eternal part of the soul grows conscious of itself. Just as
    • the consciousness living inside the body realizes the body in itself,
    • so spiritual consciousness realizes the content of a spiritual world.
    • parts, unconsciously as far as the ordinary life of the soul is
    • one. The whole moral quality of the man is unconsciously experienced;
    • which during life on earth grows up in the unconscious region of the
    • time the etheric organism. In his consciousness at this point he has
    • no more than an indication of the moral value which has unconsciously
    • called the Soul-world in my Theosophy) a clear consciousness of
    • cosmic consciousness — we might say: For a short while after
    • his astral organism (or as expressed above: in the unconscious region
    • freedom brought about in earthly life by the ego-consciousness. Man
    • rebirth as religious consciousness.
    • renewed religious consciousness and as the leader of the world in
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    • only when their import has been consciously grasped as communications
    • there is the spiritual, is an essential, but abstract, consciousness
    • to blossom, clairvoyant consciousness sees something spreading over
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    • consciousness is able to acquire knowledge of man's etheric body. To
    • that is much more closely related to man's consciousness. This
    • consciousness is aware of his happiness, suffering and joy, all of which
    • clairvoyant consciousness as a luminous cloud. This is the astral body.
    • upon his physical body unconsciously, but not from his ego. This is
    • proceeds either consciously or unconsciously — unconsciously,
    • prayer. But these individuals are not conscious that they are working
    • upon their astral and etheric bodies; conscious work begins at a
    • conscious and unconscious work upon the lower members of man's being. His
    • astral body is twofold; one part is the product of unconscious activity,
    • the other of conscious effort. The part of the astral body that was worked
    • upon unconsciously by the ego is called the sentient soul, which today is
    • unconsciously from the ego is the intellectual or mind soul. What has been
    • worked upon in the physical body, unconsciously for long ages, is the
    • consciousness or spiritual soul. Thus in man we distinguish physical body,
    • etheric body, astral body and the ego. The ego, working unconsciously upon
    • intellectual or mind soul, upon the physical body, the consciousness or
    • present in man's nature because he has worked unconsciously upon his own
    • Now the conscious
    • or manas, is the outcome of what a man consciously instils into his
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    • etheric figures of light. Try to visualize a crystal. When consciousness
    • from physical connections, to that extent his consciousness lights up
    • again. After the clear tableau of his life, a darkening of consciousness
    • consciousness become. In Devachan a man's experiences are conscious, not
    • in its form you become conscious of it when you enter Devachan and you
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    • all consciousness of the one who is still on earth; he can actually
    • will that is either conscious or unconscious, every change in the physical
    • respects a conscious life. It is in Devachan that a human being develops
    • sentient soul takes place, then the mind soul and the consciousness
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    • The consciousness of
    • Only on the earth has the clear day consciousness of the present time
    • become possible. The consciousness of human beings on Saturn was dull
    • and in a curious state. Man, as you know, is today unconscious during
    • dimmer. this is the state of deep trance — the Saturn consciousness.
    • abnormal in the modern age, occurring in a human being whose consciousness
    • no consciousness whatever of what she was doing. She was like a machine,
    • without life or consciousness. If you were to compare what this girl
    • in a state of consciousness deeper than that of ordinary sleep. In such
    • a state the individual concerned is able in his dull consciousness to
    • The occultist knows that such a consciousness, dull and comprehensive,
    • did. This consciousness, although dull, embraces vast regions. Such
    • was the consciousness of men on ancient Saturn.
    • unconscious of its own identity, or better said, was possessed of a
    • low form of consciousness to be described by saying that it bore within
    • man was a kind of mineral; his consciousness was also on a par with
    • in order to experience their human epoch, to acquire ego consciousness.
    • These sublime beings therefore acquired ego consciousness on Saturn
    • developed their ego consciousness.
    • their ego consciousness on Saturn. They were obliged to make up for
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    • belong to an earlier, cosmic stage of consciousness. Clairvoyant vision
    • body radiated into the other bodies. His consciousness was neither that
    • consciousness might be compared with that of the dream to-day. The pineal
    • consciousness, and that this coordination of the physical, etheric and
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    • of Lucifer, man would by then have developed a picture consciousness
    • clairvoyant consciousness with which his inner world was perceived in
    • but the consciousness of the spirit whence that world originated would
    • consciousness, it perceives how these lines are actually integrated
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    • Atlanteans were still consciously at home in the spiritual world where
    • they experienced day consciousness. So-called night consciousness was
    • work ever more consciously at the transformation of his bodies. It behoves
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    • consciousness, in which a man may be free because he will then not
    • knows nothing. Goethe is conscious of the fact that man, in so far as
    • action of our own, by the forces lying beneath our consciousness,
    • These are the people who, when their clear day consciousness is
    • of the soul. Thus the clear day consciousness was also extinguished
    • to overcome his passions in the twilight of his consciousness, when
    • he is in an almost unconscious state, and not when living in clear
    • consciousness. These are the two ways of reaching the opposite bank:
    • Serpent; and secondly, in the twilight of the consciousness —
    • unconsciously serve wisdom in an external sense, will be led to the
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    • when his consciousness is blotted out. That however is a dangerous
    • Altar in the Temple. What man formerly took over unconsciously, he
    • now takes over in full consciousness. The king of many parts has
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    • duality of good and evil had been comprehended in human consciousness,
    • consciousness of the men of that time. Man had reached the point of
    • awakened in man's consciousness.
    • acquired an entirely new significance for human consciousness.
    • fifth, the “Persians.” Only one in whom the consciousness of
    • by this cosmic harmony only when a consciousness of it arose from the
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    • provided throughout the course of nature, was to make men conscious of
    • down into unconsciousness for a time in order to form there the lower
    • unconsciously on its dwelling place, and it is this that is expressed
    • in the picture of darkness. The lighting up of consciousness in the
    • wherever a consciousness of these things was alive, it was the Sun
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    • the Tribe of David." A man whose consciousness encompassed a whole
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    • conscious, even at a time when he is usually unconscious, namely
    • We know that the ordinary unconscious condition, the ordinary
    • unconscious. When, however, he devotes himself more and more to those
    • can establish a conscious condition of sleep. Thus when he has drawn
    • longer unconscious, but has then around him — not the physical
    • physical and etheric bodies, feels his consciousness flash up, he then
    • bodies, we can still be conscious of our environment. There are
    • bodies and still remain conscious — an impression of the
    • but as regards the normal consciousness our ego is still more asleep
    • memory, the power of looking back and not losing consciousness of the
    • these two elements in our consciousness: a healthy memory which does
    • our sleep, preserve our consciousness and carry it with us into the
    • becomes conscious of his ego, he has nothing to do with them. He then
    • becomes conscious of all the conditions which his planet can go
    • If you wish to compare what is known to the normal consciousness
    • normal consciousness, we can see in the background as it were, the
    • consciousness realizes the sense-world by means of its perceptions;
    • usually known to ordinary consciousness as the Laws of Nature.
    • semblance, as the laws of nature, and the normal consciousness, as a
    • normal consciousness of present-day humanity speaks of the external
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    • into a different state of consciousness from the one they possess in
    • into another state of consciousness. We know that man, without his
    • will, does pass over into a different state of consciousness in his
    • if he is to pass over into another form of consciousness. For
    • on that account enter another state of consciousness; he experiences
    • consciousness each time they turn their perception and their action
    • will, another condition of consciousness. Now the perceptions of these
    • consciousness arises for them — in a certain sense they sleep.
    • Only, their sleep is no unconscious sleep like that of man, it
    • enter this other condition of consciousness, in which they find
    • consciousness which would be a darkening down, a lessening of their
    • ordinary consciousness, which can only live in the revelation of their
    • Every deviation from truth would render these beings less conscious.
    • the inner life of ordinary normal consciousness. What we experience in
    • than one usually thinks; for in normal consciousness man has extremely
    • to the whole of humanity, were it not for the consciousness that in
    • normal consciousness also lives under their, sovereignty, although it
    • unconsciously. And so do groups of men stand under their Archangel, as
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    • different state of consciousness, and then we can begin to have a
    • clairvoyant consciousness of the beings of the Third Hierarchy. When a
    • himself to another condition of consciousness and that then a
    • This other condition of consciousness can be compared with the sleep
    • it we are not unconscious, for we have perceptions of the spiritual
    • and then, as has been described, clairvoyant consciousness lights up
    • perceives a sort of demarcation between his ordinary consciousness and
    • this new condition of consciousness. Just as we can distinguish
    • development, there is at first a distinction between the consciousness
    • perceives in the normal consciousness, but has instead another world
    • first achievement is learning to remember in ordinary consciousness
    • what one has experienced in this other condition of consciousness.
    • consciousness, when he sees, hears, and thinks like other men, and in
    • the other condition of consciousness which he can, in a sense, produce
    • dream, so can he, in his ordinary consciousness, remember what he
    • condition of consciousness, himself wishes to know something of the
    • consciousness. A clairvoyant having reached this stage of development,
    • having two alternate conditions of consciousness and being able to
    • in his ordinary condition of consciousness, looking at the things of
    • his clairvoyant vision over into his ordinary consciousness, and can
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    • however, always retain our own consciousness, we must be consciously
    • only observe in ourselves when we are conscious that we have a will.
    • man is inner life, waking consciousness, is in them being filled with
    • realizes itself. For the inner condition of consciousness, the inner
    • normal consciousness, and the astral body we regard as the third
    • mind-soul, and the consciousness soul. These principles of human
    • nature, from the physical body to the consciousness soul, are already
    • consciousness of man today is concerned, is still asleep within him.
    • consciousness. These principles of human nature are such that we speak
    • as we have the consciousness soul, they have the Seraphim. Just as we
    • of our consciousness soul, to a Primal Spirituality. Then only have
    • as a whole has consciousness, for it is indeed a being. This
    • consciousness which corresponds to the consciousness of man, to the
    • lower form of consciousness — the subconsciousness in the astral
    • may therefore say: The lowest consciousness of the planet is regulated
    • permeated by consciousness, which corresponds to the Spirits of
    • as it were, exhausted what we find in man, as far as the consciousness
    • which alone gives meaning to the whole system up to the consciousness
    • creates sheaths in the consciousness soul, intellectual soul, and
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    • of Motion. What we may call the lowest consciousness of the planet,
    • which can be compared with the consciousness present in man in his
    • that they are actually conscious of that which they manifest from out
    • general as we know them with our human physical consciousness. Without
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    • ways in which occult consciousness actually penetrates to a sort of
    • consciousness, and which again brings us to the paths we followed in
    • from the facts known to normal consciousness.
    • When with our ordinary normal consciousness we look out into cosmic
    • which is, to a certain extent, visible to the external consciousness
    • are so difficult for the external consciousness to place in the
    • the ordinary normal consciousness, only the planet itself and, indeed,
    • only the particular planet on which the normal consciousness
    • planet. To the normal consciousness all the rest is at first only
    • classification which the normal consciousness provides. We have
    • consciousness. Indeed, if as we have seen, we wish fully to consider
    • by the Spirits of Motion, and their consciousness by the Spirits of
    • a living, conscious being is endowed as in primitive man, or in the
    • permeated by the principle of life and of consciousness. The totality
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    • bodies from the standpoint of ordinary consciousness, we naturally
    • consciousness of the cosmos through his perception — which we
    • 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
    • gains, and so too does the consciousness of an Angel-being, an
    • Clairvoyant consciousness cannot perceive the Moon or Mars as they
    • consciousness has of such a heavenly body.
    • possible for you to understand how clairvoyant consciousness perceives
    • which our ordinary normal consciousness encounters as physical
    • heavenly bodies in the cosmos. To clairvoyant consciousness everything
    • consciousness (which has withdrawn from everything else and, so to
    • what we see there.” To our occult consciousness the moon tells of
    • represented to his own consciousness, as it were, objectively; but he
    • consciousness try to make clear to ourselves wherein the difference
    • external vision of normal consciousness does not tell us much about
    • consciousness. Clairvoyant vision, even if perhaps not simultaneously
    • of one's normal consciousness.” We must speak of such an
    • we compare the impressions which clairvoyant consciousness receives
    • the consciousness. Our consciousness is then immediately darkened. It
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    • unconsciously Darwinism has described the mobility of the original
    • consciousness, knew nothing of many of these things, but her Inspirer
    • humanity from their occult foundations. They were conscious of having
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    • same condition of consciousness with which he perceives the group-ego
    • sight and only visible to clairvoyant consciousness if none but these
    • man become more and more conscious that at the very beginning as well
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    • universal, but men are still conscious of them as having the same
    • unconsciously incorporated an essentially superficial explanation that
    • were to be made fully conscious of the effect it would have upon man,
    • consciousness is at the basis of the Ten Commandments — whereas a
    • be fully conscious of this fourth member of his being, he could have
    • however, he consciously recognizes the god, a part of whom he carries
    • conscious awareness of his egohood, he is aware of that in which he is
    • no image. Thus there were in these lands the few ego conscious
    • consciousness of present-day man. Quite terrible wrongs are being
    • man emerges as one conscious of his ego, he requires certain outer
    • environment.” That is how consciously the spirit of the conservation
    • self-conscious ego power in man. One can heighten thereby the powers
    • nature of the consciousness that should flow into the people.
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    • of consciousness, and the time came when only by means of a long and
    • consciousness, so that all knowledge has had to be drawn from the
    • him, before he could recognize them with his ego consciousness. This
    • consciousness souls, the ego, and even the higher soul members —
    • The next sentence of the Beatitudes refers to the consciousness soul.
    • ego; through his purified consciousness soul he can see God. The sixth
    • physical expression for the ego and the consciousness soul is the
    • Now let us advance to what is higher than the consciousness soul, to
    • passed, some people will, with full ego consciousness, experience the
    • require men consciously to take their destiny into their own hands.
    • Not in a dreamy way but in full consciousness should man enter this
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    • years of life, in normal consciousness, we really dream ourselves,
    • consciousness of the Ego appears in the third or fourth year,
    • consciousness of our Ego goes an entirely different way from
    • organization. Emancipation of the Ego-consciousness from the outer
    • are inclined, in regard to the inner consciousness of the Ego, to pay
    • such that the consciousness of our Ego emancipates itself in tenderest
    • Ego-consciousness would have appeared in his 20th and 21st years.
    • to his full Ego-consciousness. The sum of those forces also working in
    • Ego-consciousness away from the foundation of the organization. The
    • fact that we already have the Ego-consciousness in tenderest childhood
    • hastening of Ego-consciousness, in this peculiar cleavage in human
    • my Ego as force, which I can take into my consciousness as conviction;
    • strong consciousness that humanity stems from what is spiritual. The
    • grasp. For that in which my Ego-consciousness lives presents itself to
    • is called Christ; but he does know that in his consciousness he can
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    • through death with a certain consciousness. Should no Karmic
    • the physical plane. So strong was then the consciousness that one had
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    • all of this evolves out of that dim, dreamy state of consciousness.
    • darkness of the child's consciousness, lead us to a still loftier
    • human being, who possessed a brilliant consciousness before birth,
    • brings with him here a dull consciousness? Indeed, into this
    • consciousness there dips down what we can combine under the concepts
    • disappears from his consciousness, comes near to the Angels, and, as
    • and waking, while he remains unconscious, but returns again and again
    • conscious. After death we must form our thoughts in association with
    • possessing self-consciousness after death through association with the
    • develops into a clearer power of consciousness between death and a new
    • comes to a consciousness of his own relation with the Godhead. Here on
    • being, man needs a consciousness permeated by knowledge of his
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    • consciousness, whereas earlier responsibilities could be discharged by
    • divine-spiritual forces. You would never arrive at a consciousness of
    • dominant in human consciousness that man believed he creates his
    • altogether conscious still of a certain living quality of this
    • thinking and was conscious that thoughts exist everywhere within
    • century, the consciousness (which we still possess today) clearly took
    • in the matter of its consciousness. It is true that humanity has in
    • consciousness was there — I am now upon the earth; I have as an
    • through a glass, darkly. This consciousness, that man is a being
    • earthly consciousness, but must look upward to the pre-earthly
    • whereas, as man suffered the loss more and more of the consciousness
    • and more human beings lost the consciousness of their belonging to the
    • own consciousness. Since human beings no longer possessed this
    • relation in their own consciousness they were to achieve a new
    • consciousness of the connection with Christ Jesus has already
    • consciousness of freedom. This had in a certain sense been developed.
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    • that storms and pulsates through the soul, from consciousness. That
    • life of soul, and consciousness has not been filled with it. This was
    • not in the soul's depths but in the field of consciousness. Men
    • heart-quality and are quite consciously striven for just because of
    • civilized world. It is simply so, and we must be conscious of it.
    • consciousness the nearer the modern age approached. We lost not only
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    • highly assessed and a consciousness, a feeling, for the Event of
    • Golgotha was lost. Religious consciousness was lost in the deepest
    • consciousness, and the young are asking: “What was the Mystery
    • awakened in its consciousness, not in the ancient and slumbering
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    • importance only to what he experiences consciously, from the time he
    • waking consciousness. If you were listening to the voice of the
    • experienced in their waking consciousness?
    • them from their experiences during sleep. In the waking Consciousness
    • fact that the human being acts with his waking consciousness.
    • consciousness he can work very little upon his own nature. if we were
    • sleeping consciousness can he work upon himself. And in olden times
    • much more streamed over from sleeping consciousness into the waking
    • trickling of sleep consciousness into waking consciousness ceased.
    • divine-spiritual forces just as in waking consciousness he
    • into the spiritual world through sleep was a deliberate and conscious
    • united in the world of full consciousness. Formerly this union was
    • consummated, but in a more subconscious way. Nowadays the union must
    • be fully conscious, and to this human beings do not wish to be
    • concepts belonging to waking consciousness and none that is capable
    • the human race. The fully conscious human being feels the culture of
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    • twentieth century with alert and wide-awake consciousness, Nietzsche
    • of unconscious, instinctive activity. The individual human being,
    • first period of his spiritual development, consciously facing the
    • unconsciously they are seeking what makes them most comfortable. They
    • what is brewing indistinctly, subconsciously in your souls and what
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    • conscious of primal revelation. And this loss reached its culminating
    • other alternative was to become fully conscious of the following:
    • intellectualism in western civilization, the consciousness of man's
    • there was not this consciousness: “When I issue from the
    • young preserve the livingness of thinking, in an unconscious way. And
    • different. If in that world we reach picture-consciousness,
    • us out of the unconscious. We must find a science that is alive. We
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    • have already shown that in the evolution in the West, consciousness
    • different it is when one is permeated with the consciousness that
    • If nothing of this consciousness exists there is quite a different
    • growing child, when looked at with this consciousness, reveals from
    • land. — If one is conscious of a certain responsibility towards
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    • conscious. But we must in many respects go back to older contents of
    • the human being did not become conscious of the way in which it came
    • to him, he was conscious only of the content. But in man's
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    • conscious that human thought was not simply a head process, but that
    • bound up with the divine-spiritual (they did not ask this consciously
    • but subconsciously) from which we were torn in our previous earthly
    • incarnation? Rising to the surface of consciousness was the feeling
    • connection, for without even this faint consciousness there is no
    • our earthly environment? And the leaders who were asked unconsciously
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    • soul — and the consciousness soul which since that time has
    • arisen through the special development in the consciousness soul. You
    • intellectual or mind soul. Today we face the consciousness soul. But
    • way nowadays, otherwise the connecting bridge between consciousness
    • soul and consciousness soul, which means for modern humanity the
    • people are not conscious today that this is so; generally in the
    • affairs if consciousness soul is to meet consciousness soul? As soon
    • conscious education by giving him out of the consciousness soul
    • those days must again be given life. But because today consciousness
    • soul encounters consciousness soul in human affairs, this question
    • art but, according to the demands of the consciousness soul, it must
    • in accordance with the age of the consciousness soul.
    • mind which in the age of the consciousness soul naturally rises above
    • instinct — for with the consciousness soul everything rises
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    • consciously on the ground of the intellect or without the ideas
    • through the consciousness soul, everyone thinks that the moment he
    • so as to be conscious of its changes. And he says concerning this
    • able in consciousness to come to thirty, five-and-thirty,
    • consciousness to a far greater age. Herein consists the evolution of
    • unconsciously what is for a later time; this requires him to
    • experience it consciously for consciously it must again be
    • during the epoch of the consciousness soul which in the sense of
    • inner activity for development and maintain it consciously, then with
    • consciousness. You do not need to be a clairvoyant for this. All you
    • Then in our epoch of the consciousness soul all teaching will be so
    • deep within the soul, there lives unconsciously a question in the
    • the consciousness soul, which, in fact, in the earliest times of the
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    • consciousness soul the most abstract elements come consciously to
    • life in the inner being of man, yet also in the subconscious, in what
    • human being who is growing into the epoch of the consciousness soul
    • unconscious, because everything is directed towards the head.
    • claims in the subconscious. Experiencing through something other than
    • we are now living in the epoch of the consciousness soul. The first
    • period of life in which, in this age of the consciousness soul, still
    • in the epoch of the consciousness soul — because everything is
    • living concepts instead of dead ones, for unconsciously he knows that
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    • ourselves deeply with the consciousness that in this epoch for the
    • which today lies deep beneath the threshold of consciousness. Why do
    • this power of the sun pours into the earth's unconsciousness.
    • unconsciously frightened look. At least once in their lives they had
    • subconscious.” They want a human relation with the teacher. And
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    • were conscious of having given birth to the dragon, and also of
    • remotest country cottage — though not consciously recognized —
    • unconscious, and by which they unconsciously overcame what arose out
    • Imagination. That is not possible today for external consciousness.
    • again, it means to call forth in full consciousness what once was
    • there in man's unconscious.
    • but now in full consciousness, must become living again, that we do
    • friends, you will best attain through being conscious of wishing to
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    • popular consciousness as the illusory contrast between heaven and
    • Nothing less than the removal of the divine from consciousness and the
    • Ahrimanic elements. There is no consciousness present of the truly
    • spiritual creations which rise out of modern man's consciousness. That
    • which manifests in them lives in the general consciousness of mankind;
    • for the delusion of the duad has entered this modern consciousness,
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    • remains completely in the unconscious. Only through the processes
    • willing. The activity of our will takes place just as unconsciously as
    • 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
    • Testament were conscious of this fact. I cannot describe to you today
    • the teachers of the ancient Hebrew people were conscious of the fact
    • consciousness different from the ordinary, if they were able to
    • they became conscious of that which works and lives in the human being
    • will which remains subconscious and is in the sleep state even during
    • waking day consciousness.
    • another state of consciousness, then the countenance of God, Michael,
    • consciousness — he did not possess it — if this
    • consciousness were to remain awake also during the period of sleep.
    • Which consciousness is concealed behind all this? That consciousness
    • sleeping human being is not conscious of his connection with earthly
    • ordinary waking life, that is, in his ordinary state of consciousness.
    • pointed to an ancient stage of human consciousness and he said: In
    • consciousness that are indicated here. The reverse process must now
    • evangelist. We must acquire the power in our consciousness to see how
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    • him with a completely materialistic consciousness. You say to
    • consciousness: This is a man of flesh and blood; this is a man of
    • consciousness at every moment of waking life constitutes the Michaelic
    • minerals are excepted, and to become conscious of the fact that we
    • inner strength to develop the consciousness that man is not a
    • does the human being fend off this inner consciousness, does
    • possible to represent the beautiful as such. But we must be conscious
    • of consciousness which lifts us above the delusion that the human
    • which really, at every moment of day-waking life, is conscious of the
    • effort to cultivate the consciousness which, right from the outset,
    • conscious of the super-sensible in the immediate surroundings of the
    • of consciousness.
    • ancient states of human consciousness have been solved. The earth is
    • if thinking were not merely an image. We must become conscious of the
    • thoughts. The moment we become conscious of this mirror character we
    • deeper levels of our consciousness. That is the one condition. We only
    • need to be conscious that our thoughts make us weak, then we shall
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    • The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse. Self-knowledge and its Permeation of the Three Strata of Consciousness
    • other human beings, I am educated, consciously or unconsciously, for a
    • consciousness what he may learn from his surroundings. He only takes
    • we do not try to penetrate them with our consciousness, they make us
    • Our feelings are at the stage of dream consciousness, even though we
    • of consciousness like the surging up of dreams. And the actual life of
    • of consciousness within us. During the day, we walk around with a
    • mental image is what enters our consciousness. We dream our feelings,
    • conscious of it. It escapes him time and again, and he does not
    • his consciousness which permeates him in ordinary waking day-life, but
    • that below this there lies another stratum of his consciousness which
    • surges up into our every-day consciousness out of this substratum of
    • our consciousness. And out of a still deeper stratum, which lies below
    • are not at all aware of it in ordinary consciousness. Thus we may say:
    • We human beings are governed by three strata of consciousness. The
    • first is our conceptual consciousness in which we live every
    • day. The second is an imaginative consciousness. And the third
    • is an inspired consciousness which remains very deeply hidden,
    • third level of consciousness, in the lowest stratum and, without his
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    • human evolution can man attain a real consciousness that supports his
    • is the moment when we have to become conscious of certain things, and
    • instincts mankind was able to develop a consciousness which supported
    • of mankind these instincts no longer exist and man must consciously
    • a conscious relationship of the individual to the whole of humanity,
    • freedom, the experience of freedom, is a fact of human consciousness.
    • sub-current in the subconscious spheres of human soul life,
    • a conscious spiritual life must enter mankind. We must be clear about
    • the human consciousness. These invisible beings are related to that
    • element of which ordinary consciousness thus remains unconscious
    • consciousness. During the last few years much has occurred that was
    • caused by a dulled human consciousness. In the decisive places of the
    • consciousness; and this has continued on right into our present day.
    • consciousnesses were the gateways through which precisely these
    • will-beings were able to take possession of the consciousness of these
    • men; they took possession of the obscured, veiled consciousness of
    • these human beings and acted with their consciousness. And
    • influences acted through those obscured consciousnesses. Indeed, my
    • were, in the deepest stratum of consciousness in which the human being
    • that in the middle stratum of consciousness the Christ impulse takes
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    • which can hardly be compared with our soul mood. The consciousness and
    • still exists a universal, all-embracing perception, a consciousness of
    • What man has in common with nature remains outside his consciousness.
    • It falls away from consciousness. In Indian Yoga an attempt is made to
    • bring it into consciousness again. Therefore Indian Yoga culture is an
    • because an attempt is made again to bring into consciousness the
    • Thus, this consciousness of the breathing process was lost. And if one
    • It is now a question of consciously regaining that which has been
    • only the consciousness of mankind has changed, oh no! there was soul
    • is the right thing for today if we become conscious of a much more
    • ether body something takes place which must enter our consciousness
    • becoming conscious of the pre-existence of the soul, of the existence
    • ceased to be ensouled the human being lost the consciousness of the
    • consciousness of pre-existence as a force, the air having become
    • soul-void. Pre-existence vanishes from head-consciousness. When our
    • consciousness, as I have described it to you recently. Then we shall,
    • is taken hold of by the deeply subconscious, inner soul process, so
    • consciousness that with every look we direct outward, with every tone
    • element stream out into the world, we have gained the consciousness
    • become but conscious of it. If I look at a flame, close my eyes, let
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    • of consciousness runs through our life between birth or conception and
    • dull consciousness, which in many respects is unconsciousness, through
    • consciousness we have while feeling equals the degree and intensity of
    • consciousness we have while dreaming. And just as dreams arise as
    • pictures out of the unconscious recesses of our souls, so do feelings
    • from sleep into ordinary waking consciousness, remembering them and
    • feeling in actual consciousness, while feeling itself remains in
    • between your conscious thought: “I want to take hold of the
    • itself remains unknown to us in ordinary consciousness. Whereas we
    • the nature of our consciousness.
    • being must enter into conscious relationship with certain forces which
    • It will not be easy to make human beings conscious of these things to
    • consciousness. Anyone who is really able to observe history knows that
    • consciousness, are only accessible to the dream state. Just as mankind
    • of ever-day consciousness. Such conceptions cannot lay hold of
    • consciousness which is a sleeping consciousness in regard to the world
    • consciousness similar to the consciousness in which we dwell between
    • Clairvoyant consciousness confirms, step by step, that which has been
    • which clairvoyant consciousness offers concrete enlightenment
    • of the fact that for ordinary consciousness the world in which the
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    • ourselves of old prejudices and consciously to understand the facts.
    • is to the sensation a person has (who is of course unconscious of
    • taken up into our consciousness; by this the intentions of the present
    • unconscious regions of the soul of every human being there is today,
    • into consciousness becomes aware of these facts. It would be
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    • the threefold structure of human consciousness (reflective or mirror
    • consciousness, supra-consciousness, and sub-consciousness) and go on
    • kinds, reduction of consciousness, a deep degree of sleepiness,
    • woman in her half-conscious condition, sometimes artificially
    • consciousness in varying degrees, and inability to
    • wound, were due instead to love, conscious or unconscious. His
    • consciousness of the patient at any time.
    • this subconscious lust for power leads very easily to
    • exist very frequently in the subconscious mind intellectual
    • in his consciousness and the intellectual concepts that
    • float about subconsciously within him. And from this
    • subconscious, and come into collision with the conscious life.
    • The conscious life cannot understand what is surging up. It is
    • the force of the subconscious feelings, and because man is
    • circumstances may arise that cause the subconscious mind
    • to revolt against the conscious, and may frequently lead to
    • consideration. In the subconscious mind itself there is a
    • subconscious. It is really strange. People set up a theory in
    • regard to the subconscious, but their own subconsciousness is
    • subconsciousnesses: first the individual
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    • the threefold structure of human consciousness (reflective or mirror
    • consciousness, supra-consciousness, and sub-consciousness) and go on
    • spiritual science, and how on the other side, subconscious
    • he assumed that in cases of the thinking type, subconscious
    • feelings force their way up into consciousness and produce soul
    • subconscious mind arise and conflict with the life of
    • up their minds to overcome the subconscious prejudice against
    • prefer to leave as a sort of nebulous, subconscious region. For
    • psychoanalysts is the field of extra-conscious intelligence and
    • consciousness, but are everywhere, that we are surrounded
    • foundation is reached only by realizing that consciousness does
    • of life are not limited by the laws of consciousness.
    • consciousness, what she realized and admitted. It would not
    • real explanation by allowing for her subconscious,
    • it may be said that in the woman's ordinary consciousness,
    • stored below the layer of the ordinary consciousness the
    • expedient. The subconsciousness looked beyond all the
    • scruples of the ordinary consciousness, taking the
    • all-inclusive reason that does not come into consciousness,
    • that acts below the threshold of consciousness, leading
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    • Reflections in the Mirror of Consciousness Superconsciousness
    • and Subconsciousness
    • the threefold structure of human consciousness (reflective or mirror
    • consciousness, supra-consciousness, and sub-consciousness) and go on
    • Reflections in the Mirror of Consciousness
    • Superconsciousness and Subconsciousness
    • Reflections of Consciousness, Super-consciousness and Sub-consciousness.
    • the more important facts relating to consciousness and
    • objects of ordinary consciousness.
    • must be clear to us that all these details of our conscious
    • live within these facts of the usual consciousness. For us this
    • activities of the ordinary consciousness are to go on.
    • ordinary consciousness? In the outer, materialistic world there
    • to consciousness. It has been frequently pointed out that this
    • forth the details of consciousness than to imagine that a
    • consciousness to the bodily mechanism is quite otherwise.
    • which he sees himself. When we sleep our state of consciousness
    • the facts of our ordinary consciousness. They exist continually
    • produces thoughts. The facts of our consciousness persist.
    • able to perceive these existing details of consciousness. To
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    • the threefold structure of human consciousness (reflective or mirror
    • consciousness, supra-consciousness, and sub-consciousness) and go on
    • of the ordinary consciousness. Now we shall indicate by a
    • consciousness, all that is known and felt and willed between
    • ordinary consciousness. But since all our feelings and impulses
    • this consciousness — the sense organs chiefly, but also
    • Below the threshold of this ordinary consciousness lies
    • soul-life, or the subconscious. (See diagram, b–c.) We shall
    • subconsciousness if we remember having heard that the human
    • will belonging to the surface consciousness, the
    • subconsciousness. We know, however, also that the subconscious
    • consciousness would correspond to imaginations gained
    • primitive consciousness it may not retain its premonitory or
    • normal consciousness. If the human soul acquires,
    • subconsciously, within the human soul, whether developed by
    • phenomena enumerated when contrasting the subconscious with the
    • ordinary consciousness, differ considerably from those confined
    • to the conscious mind. The relation of this ordinary
    • consciousness to the underlying causes of its activities
    • impotence of ordinary consciousness. The eye sees a rose,
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    • the threefold structure of human consciousness (reflective or mirror
    • consciousness, supra-consciousness, and sub-consciousness) and go on
    • normally to have in consciousness should be pictures only, they
    • out of the organs, then force their way into consciousness. Out
    • our consciousness are that ingredient in our experiences which
    • collected forces, ejected and brought into consciousness, which
    • naturally hidden in the subconscious, there is a
    • consciousness during the present incarnation, they may create
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    • consciously the following: “If you will consciously be a link in
    • a high degree with clairvoyant consciousness. And we have shown that
    • the consciousness of the group-soulness was existing in the ancient
    • consciously felt himself as a member of the ancient Hebrew people
    • unconscious untruthfulness lies at the basis of our present education.
    • important that we are conscious of it. And therefore we must pay
    • conscious connection with the group-soul. That will be something
    • individual soul. If they are now held back, they fall consciously into
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    • into the world in such a self-conscious intellectual way as modern
    • if this seeing, because it occurred in a dimmed consciousness, was
    • flower, when we behold it in ordinary consciousness — whereas the
    • by approximately the same signs, because one had a consciousness of
    • which he was conscious just through his initiation. The writer
    • he was conscious, whereby he presented how in another way the Buddha
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    • recognised consciously and thoroughly, that even what is said
    • comes when one is truly conscious of what one experiences
    • time a person to-day passes into the unconsciousness of sleep,
    • sinks into the realm of the unconscious, every time he goes to
    • their sleep transpired completely unconsciously. Those human
    • down, as it were, into a dim, but conscious life of sleep. In
    • that all conscious life is connected with Sun-life, and that
    • conscious life through which man has especially to pass in the
    • course of his earthly evolution, that consciousness which
    • the same time the creator of conscious life. The conscious life
    • life. Consciousness has become more important than life,
    • because only through consciousness can the goal of earthly
    • evolution be reached — which is, that this consciousness
    • earth. You must receive this consciousness from the giver, the
    • “Try to recognise that in your waking-life consciousness
    • Consciousness. Only through learning to unite this cosmological
    • conscious that he was only completely comprehensible to the
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    • come to the consciousness of man by day: in his waking
    • condition there only comes to his consciousness a copy, a
    • conscious in the sleeping condition, that is from going to
    • sleep until waking up, or, let us say, if he became conscious
    • — if man could thus become conscious through his sleeping
    • Imaginative Consciousness, that in the inner experiences during
    • consciously during the making condition; and that constitutes
    • become conscious that all the time there in working into his
    • can only do when we attain the Imaginative Consciousness. There
    • remains a kind of reflection of this Imaginative Consciousness
    • clearest of all to man's consciousness by day; and it comes to
    • Time. It is of this that we seek to create a consciousness on
    • the basis of Spiritual Science. This consciousness can alone
    • Being, of feeling conscious: “I am now living as a
    • enter the consciousness of most human beings, that their
    • feel them as something which he carries consciously about with
    • identify ourselves with that which in the normal consciousness
    • the consciousness of our ego is absorbed unjustly, illegally,
    • physical body absorbs that consciousness, so that it appears as
    • themselves over to a deception of consciousness which consists,
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    • The consciousness that humanity of the fifth root-race stands under
    • Manas. Here is meant the higher Manas. In the book Theosophy Rudolf Steiner calls it ‘the spirit-filled Consciousness-soul’ or ‘Spirit-Self’. (p. 57, revised English edition, 1954).
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    • manas, and man became his own master and turned consciously towards or
    • against his fellow man. It was then that conscious war arose. This is
    • unites itself with manas, and the deed becomes conscious. You know
    • manas and of kama on the fully conscious physical plane. It
    • sphere of the present-day conscious mind; in the fifth sub-race this
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    • cupola. Of course, man does not become conscious of the fact that
    • unconscious. He cannot be rationally clear about what is happening in
    • in the unconscious. This is of eminently practical importance, and
    • an old Atlantean. He still had clairvoyant consciousness and was thus
    • present consciousness of death and dying. Man's soul was in the
    • consciousness. The body of this soul was subject to other laws of
    • being retained the same consciousness while these forms changed. When
    • consciousness. Hence the wonderful social composition of the beehive!
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    • that he perceived nothing of fading and dying. Human consciousness at
    • through to a consciousness for the first time on our earth. It is
    • perceived nothing of fading and dying. Human consciousness at that
    • to a consciousness that is bound up with self-consciousness for the
    • achieve his full consciousness. Now, however, he also shares the
    • consciousness that he came into relation with death. At the moment
    • immortality with self-consciousness. Through death a man acquires
    • fourth kingdom. Only here do they reach their actual consciousness
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    • consciousness. This is expressed in the Rose Cross by E. D. N., Ex
    • order to gain consciousness. We will be able to overcome death when
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 1
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    • moon was, he felt in his consciousness that it was the lowest stage
    • space; there is, for the soul which rises consciously into the spaces
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    • condition of warmth; he is hot, or he freezes; but consciously he is
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 3
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    • placed it on the altar there, meaning that he was conscious of owing
    • consciousness of self. You cannot do this unless you can
    • Spirit of Personality, became Egos, attained consciousness of self,
    • am able to differentiate myself, so that my self-consciousness may be
    • possibility of gaining consciousness of self had to be left to
    • Personality had attained self-consciousness, had breathed in again a
    • Spirits of Personality having now self-consciousness passed to it
    • and through this contact developed a kind of consciousness of self.
    • This self-consciousness Archangels could develop further and further
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    • imparted personality, Ego-consciousness to the warmth. The substance
    • consciousness; we have the Thrones, Spirits of Will, who stand four
    • consciousness as read in the Akasha Chronicles. These great Universal
    • conscious of these most important facts, represented the Cherubim as
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 6
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    • recollection, no consciousness, as yet of their incarnations, and men
    • being watches, who has a consciousness which passes from one
    • to be conscious of the existence of the spiritual world, and that one
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    • theories, but about the facts of clairvoyant consciousness, and
    • say this, being conscious that I run the danger of appearing to be
    • organised into man, so that he received his first consciousness. The
    • in the Waterman that sign of the Zodiac which gave consciousness to
    • real Occultism that the consciousness of the true significance of the
    • ancient consciousness, in the bull nature of man. And. the name given
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 10
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    • almost impossible of comprehension by the consciousness of the
    • consciously, not only fully conscious of the law of the conservation
    • of force, but also fully conscious of facts known to every occultist
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    • as seen through the consciousness of the West.
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    • as seen through the consciousness of the West.
    • man really wishes to ascend to conscious clairvoyance, it is not only
    • on sealing-wax. Real, conscious clairvoyance begins when the organs,
    • must, if he wishes to become consciously clairvoyant, reach a stage
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    • as seen through the consciousness of the West.
    • beings unconsciously, the first gnawing of an uneasy conscience is
    • course of long periods of time; — human consciousness of today
    • is different from the consciousness, let us say, of the ancient
    • was very different from the consciousness of the Atlantean age. The
    • clear waking consciousness of the physical world has developed from a
    • consciousness and the latter came to be limited to the physical
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    • as seen through the consciousness of the West.
    • physical world. Supersensible consciousness knows that although it is
    • ... The spiritual world is seen by the higher consciousness to
    • from one another when examined by super-sensible consciousness.
    • fact was always present in the ancient, instinctive consciousness of
    • into the Earth. Accordingly men whose instinctive consciousness
    • instinctive consciousness of ancient humanity.
    • consciousness would not be lost; everything that is said here can be
    • super-sensible consciousness is able today to rediscover in the epoch
    • super-sensible consciousness, without definite personal knowledge.
    • consciousness of an ancient Indian initiate? Is it right to conceive
    • consciousness? At a certain moment in evolution something very
    • spiritual consciousness in the soul world to the ancient Indian god,
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    • as seen through the consciousness of the West.
    • is an illusion, concealing the spiritual world behind it. The consciousness
    • of veil concealing a spiritual world. And the consciousness of the
    • out of this old instinctive but spiritually perceptive consciousness
    • and push forward to the consciousness proper to our modern time. It
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture VI
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    • as seen through the consciousness of the West.
    • self-consciousness within it. He said: ‘I, speaking to myself,
    • consciousness. There are other kinds of consciousness, but in order
    • not in their world, namely, the human ego consciousness that to say
    • in his human ‘I’ consciousness. He knew that to speak of
    • a human ego consciousness in the spiritual world had neither meaning
    • ... And the Indian consciousness named that which spread itself out
    • a dim consciousness that something of the kind had existed in Greece
    • as the physical plane; they only become visible to the consciousness
    • consciousness of the seer; but above and beyond all these He
    • gods and spirits can be found only by the consciousness of the seer
    • man in their spiritual consciousness.
    • progress of man's consciousness of the Christ consists in His ever
    • developed, and that mystical consciousness has not been the same
    • consciousness, if the latter had not attained the very highest
    • consciousness the Luciferic world emerges again after the Christ
    • consciously into those regions which in ancient times were called the
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture VII
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    • as seen through the consciousness of the West.
    • of the human Organisation would clairvoyant consciousness have
    • this etheric body man experienced this consciously as a cosmic
    • in his consciousness a kind of memory through the partially liberated
    • consciousness of the whole outer world, could not have overlooked
    • Why is this so? The old Indian consciousness saw, just as man sees
    • that of spiritual science. The Indian consciousness was one which
    • was the thought of him in the consciousness before he was seen? It is
    • because his influence has entered into the sub-consciousness, whence
    • it ascended into the consciousness as a complete thought. Today man
    • of the old dim clairvoyance into the full consciousness of the senses
    • fully conscious clairvoyance. This will be attained in such a way
    • that man will consciously experience it; he will know that his
    • modern abstract materialistic science, they were always conscious
    • consciousness of the fact that at a still earlier epoch man had
    • clairvoyant consciousness was still active was connected with the
    • they knew that where clairvoyant consciousness still prevailed,
    • of their decadence clairvoyant consciousness was cultivated in these
    • adequate for later times. The Greeks had a deep consciousness of the
    • known by means of clairvoyance. The Greek consciousness would say:
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    • as seen through the consciousness of the West.
    • difficult for ordinary consciousness to transport itself into that
    • soul, intellectual soul, consciousness soul and so on; man is an
    • wisdom and life existing at that time, when the Ego-consciousness did
    • consciousness these two paths were no longer united. At most he dimly
    • Astral Body, Consciousness Soul, Etheric Body, and Physical Body.
    • consciousness of spiritual relationships. Now mankind in the course
    • has already attained to the consciousness-soul. Thoughts were then
    • epoch no longer was conscious of the wisdom of the world spread out
    • conscious of possessing thoughts which rose within him as
    • conscious of the fact that this trinity only manifested its real
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    • as seen through the consciousness of the West.
    • always conscious of this. It said: ‘It is possible to find the
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • clairvoyant consciousness, and it is natural that a desire should
    • intellectual soul and the consciousness soul, as man is constituted
    • aware of them as an inner experience. But as a rule we are conscious
    • becomes conscious of his corporeality. That is the first sense, and
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: II. Supersensible Processes in the Activities of the Human Senses.
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    • must delve rather deep down into the subconscious mind, into the
    • conscious way what this “something” is. It saturates the
    • consciousness only to a negligible extent: manas, or spirit self. But
    • when this semi-conscious expansion of the etheric body occurs. The
    • conscious through the contraction of the astral body, the static
    • something less remote from human consciousness, that is, by the
    • consciousness soul itself, which comes into action in the process of
    • of special organs. The consciousness soul not only effects an
    • It is an antenna of the consciousness soul, projected by the latter
    • mental principle, and the thoughts constitute the subconscious
    • element of the process. The sentient soul subconsciously bears within
    • it what the consciousness soul then raises to consciousness as
    • that it only becomes conscious in the consciousness soul. In the
    • sentient soul it is subconscious. Now, when we look at an object with
    • reach our consciousness, although they originate in an unconscious
    • eyes. If we are to become conscious of these mental efforts, however,
    • the consciousness soul. This path can be readily visualized by means
    • conscious, that each hand should feel the other, they must touch each
    • mental effort are to enter our consciousness, they must cross. In
    • that way you feel your own hand; you render conscious what you
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    • Suppose we could raise into consciousness what we
    • accomplish subconsciously in perceiving sound. We would then no
    • consciously converted the melody into a harmony. We are not able to
    • do that, but what we cannot execute consciously actually takes place
    • unconsciously in the sense of sound. When we hear an “a”
    • or an “i” or other sounds, a subconscious activity
    • subconscious activity proceeds in approximately the same way as the
    • laws, which is another process we can call to consciousness after it
    • But this subconscious activity that instantly converts a
    • subconscious activity, the attention of the soul must be distracted
    • is unconsciously distracted from the harmonics, we perceive what has
    • arriving at the study of the subconscious human activity that is
    • consciousness even the harmonic series. It is the human astral body
    • consciousness directs them inward instead of outward. All that is
    • are these organs not seen, but they do not even enter consciousness.
    • They can therefore not be consciously employed, but they function
    • nevertheless; they are active. Here consciousness makes no decisions
    • such as the sense of equilibrium or of motion. An inner consciousness
    • and this is the form of the consciousness soul. There the
    • consciousness soul is active, extending its formative work into the
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  • Title: Wisdom of Man: IV. Supersensible Currents in the Human and Animal Organizations.
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    • of clairvoyance, though not a conscious one irradiated by the ego.
    • the human mind joins in, at first subconsciously, and is at once
    • consciousness of them before they could combine conceptions with
    • subconsciously convert a melody into a harmony, ignore the
    • in the consciousness of time, and that is why memory is linked with
    • consciousness soul. When this functions consciously its active
    • soul, which is still able to function subconsciously. Under certain
    • does not necessarily proceed from the consciousness soul. The idea of
    • learning to read and write occurred to men before the consciousness
    • the consciousness soul, and the direction of the current had to be
    • reversed. Arithmetic could only develop with the consciousness soul.
    • how the currents of the intellectual soul and of the consciousness
    • not evolve until after the consciousness soul had become active.
    • of the consciousness soul.
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    • character of our soul life is brought to our consciousness from
    • consciousness. Just as the optic nerve, through which we perceive an
    • love, hate and reasoning that remains unconscious, though these are
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: III. At the Portals of the Senses.
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    • Rapt, self-oblivious, back to consciousness once more
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    • Consciousness and the Soul Life.
    • Consciousness and the Soul Life.
    • consciousness. Consciousness is an integral part of the soul
    • consciousness to the soul.
    • Now, what is consciousness? I shall not proceed to
    • concept “consciousness” in the light of what we have
    • of visualizations the condition of consciousness in the soul does
    • consciousness through the fact that a visualization can live on in
    • the soul without entering consciousness. A conception out of the past
    • after a day or so, not immediately, it was not in our consciousness
    • conscious. The conception, then, existed in the soul but was
    • momentarily not in our consciousness. Consciousness is not the same
    • flowing out of the past into the future. In order to be conscious of
    • them we must first call them up out of the unconscious life of the
    • When the soul is awake, the condition of consciousness
    • consciousness as well. On the contrary, consciousness illuminates but
    • consciousness.” That would, indeed, be the case if the
    • something that was not always linked with consciousness, but, rather,
    • continuous stream that embraces unconscious visualizations, to
    • riddles of consciousness will be solved and the whole peculiar nature
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  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • is one that we have established as the becoming conscious within the
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • referred to. They have unconsciously passed over into the feeling of
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: III. Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment; Intuition--Conscience.
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    • consciousness, provided the latter is rightly understood. We
    • consciousness is concerned, and in order to understand this we cited
    • directly conscious of being free of all that pertains to outer
    • sleep, except that imaginative consciousness takes the place of the
    • unconsciousness of sleep. What is otherwise wholly empty, what has
    • but lacked the power to call them to consciousness. Such a condition
    • whole world of things that you do not take into your consciousness.
    • dream remains in your consciousness, you remember it, but after
    • dreamed of the experience. The whole event passed your consciousness
    • consciousness. That happens often.
    • consciousness untouched, and imaginations that indeed live in the
    • soul can also leave consciousness untouched so that they do not
    • appear directly. In that case they appear to consciousness in a
    • They appear to us in semi-consciousness, in dreaming. Imaginations of
    • that sort can shine into our waking day-consciousness and there
    • everyday human consciousness, but there it experiences changes. It
    • certainly not in our consciousness, for if it were we could easily
    • have to be able to enter our consciousness instead of halting before
    • our own body without penetrating consciousness — a process
    • equally external, yet connected with consciousness in such a way that
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  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness
    • impressions of the card game provide. Your consciousness is actually
    • This is the ego to which consciousness can attain. It is attainable,
    • what we experience we experience in our consciousness precisely as
    • our ego-consciousness, our self-consciousness. This is interrupted,
    • never have achieved self-consciousness. He might have become aware of
    • arrived at ego-consciousness without being incarnated in a physical
    • body. That is where he had to turn for his ego-consciousness.
    • You need only study sleep consciousness in order to see
    • Ego-consciousness presupposes imprisonment in a body, employment of
    • surprising when clairvoyant consciousness tells us that a thorough
    • this ego-consciousness more and more, to develop it to an ever higher
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    • and of which all mankind can be made conscious by those who truly
    • only work unconsciously on its dwelling-place. The descent is
    • expressed by the darkness; the awakening to consciousness, the
    • lighting-up of the conscious human soul is expressed in this simile as
    • in all ages and wherever there was consciousness of these things, men
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    • consciousness was no longer confined within the bounds of
    • belonged a man whose still wider consciousness embraced a whole
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    • cannot but marvel at the subconscious wisdom with which the festival
    • Divine wisdom working in the unconscious soul of man when the
    • their upper consciousness, men had no knowledge of what lay behind —
    • become conscious of this reality, the soul is filled with the
    • from the ordinary consciousness. But for one whose eyes of spirit are
    • that consciousness of vision during the Thirteen Days and Nights
    • of men's consciousness yet works and reigns throughout history. This
    • conscious of the forces which give thee confidence and certainty in
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    • meaning, the far deeper significance, remains in the subconsciousness.
    • What actually is it that remains in the subconsciousness while the
    • understanding for Christ sank into the subconsciousness and there, in
    • the subconsciousness, the understanding for Jesus began to glow. In
    • the subconsciousness — not in the consciousness, which was dim — the
    • consciousness of Christ that was flickering out and the consciousness
    • it, not in wide-awake consciousness, but as it were heralded in dream.
    • to the earth. There was no clear consciousness, but only
    • semi-consciousness, in the sphere experienced by souls when the entry
    • subconsciously men knew that they were under the direction of the
    • waking consciousness, but in cognitive dream-consciousness.
    • wrapped in subconsciousness, and led to all births being concentrated
    • in fragments which passed over to a later consciousness as the Hertha
    • dream-consciousness to every woman who was to give a citizen to the
    • veiled in the subconscious region of the soul, might not rise up into
    • consciousness. This is hinted at in the description of the cult given
    • unconsciousness. A secret horror and a sacred darkness hold sway over
    • consciousness but in the subconsciousness — it had some connection
    • subconsciousness, yet in the subconsciousness it was present, it was
    • Wanen-consciousness, that is to say, in the subconsciousness of
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    • world that the Whitsuntide Festival makes men conscious when its
    • consciousness.
    • more wide-awake consciousness than that prevailing in normal life. The
    • possible in our fully wide-awake consciousness. And strange as it
    • clear day-consciousness, is a very different matter from imparting
    • consciousness. A true conception of these things is rarely in evidence
    • the standpoint of the experiences of ordinary waking consciousness.
    • mathematics comes from within ourselves, rises into consciousness from
    • rises up, unconsciously to-day, from our inmost being. Man does not
    • for his actions and social life, he is unconsciously experiencing
    • living in the form of existence in which it will live consciously
    • fully conscious of this fact. Understanding of the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • In the religious consciousness of antiquity, Divine Powers were
    • sun. This consciousness was still alive in the pagan peoples both of
    • full consciousness we must learn to understand that in the Mystery of
    • material earth. We must understand with full consciousness what
    • impulse consciously. Again we must learn to understand that when the
    • souls and hearts to-night. They try to express, out of consciousness
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ Within Us
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    • conscious devotion to the Spiritual Powers working in the world we
    • human being in earthly evolution to-day can become conscious of the
    • earthly evolution proceeds, consciousness of Christ deepens, that
    • The consciousness that such knowledge will one day be within the reach
    • that in the old, clairvoyant form of knowledge the consciousness was
    • Mankind has very largely lost consciousness of the Christ as a Cosmic
    • consciousness awoke in him. A mystery was voiced immediately after
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    • The Christ Impulse and the Development of the Ego-Consciousness
    • and average quality that is being developed is the consciousness soul
    • consciousness-soul is to us, that the etheric body was to the
    • intellectual or consciousness soul, for such would have been at that
    • new for the future. When the consciousness-or spiritual-soul has been
    • consciousness- or spiritual-soul, possesses the peculiar attribute of
    • be organised into man in the fourth epoch; conscious, pure thinking
    • was to develop in the consciousness- or spiritual-soul in the fifth
    • conscious forces, and will then appear in the form of thought. If that
    • way as life subconsciously penetrated it through the act of vision
    • when it rises into the consciousness and has been worked upon by the
    • plane; but the sentient soul had the subconscious feeling: “This
    • through the consciousness or spiritual soul in the fourth period of
    • transmutation of his etheric body in a conscious way.
    • conscious of Him. He in this Being, extends to that Plane. The meeting
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    • period, the age, in which humanity became conscious of this ego.
    • Thus through the Christ-Impulse the consciousness came to man that in
    • takes place when the physical body falls away from us; consciousness
    • driven slowly into matter and he thus gradually lost the consciousness
    • with the old dream-like, twilight consciousness. The consciousness of
    • Godhead expected from him if he was to become a self-conscious ego.
    • consciousness. They were then able, not merely to make use of the
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    • as such had to become conscious of its being if evolution was to go
    • Jesus, fully conscious of his significance for the whole mission of
    • in his normal state he was not so conscious of his ego as he became
    • conscious of his condition. The time was still to come when man would
    • the deepest core of his being with the consciousness: I belong to a
    • the Kingdoms of Heaven in full ego-consciousness.
    • he becomes conscious of this ego, when he tames and balances what was
    • As regards the etheric body, through which man becomes conscious of
    • attain full consciousness in the spiritual soul where it first becomes
    • the ego on the Spiritual or Consciousness soul. Here at last the ego
    • is pure and unalloyed; only here can it become conscious of itself.
    • the Spiritual world in full consciousness and will develop ever new
    • who raise themselves — with full Ego-consciousness — to the
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    • consciousness, keep on assuring us of the truth of their assertions.
    • Ego-consciousness, could see into the Spiritual world — and in a
    • enter it with his newly acquired self-consciousness. At that time he
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    • conscience in his soul; but a clairvoyant consciousness set in,
    • because he was so conscious of it; for he knew that in special cases,
    • a certain clairvoyant consciousness which was formerly the common
    • or Consciousness-soul. (Dr. Steiner has, since 1923, called this the
    • encounter in the Sentient-Soul, Intellectual-Soul and Consciousness-
    • poured into a Sentient-Soul as yet unconscious of its ego. Here
    • developed the Consciousness of an ego. We may say that among the
    • peoples of Egypt and Chaldea the ego-consciousness was late in coming,
    • in Asia, and Africa, who had hardly any consciousness of their ego but
    • consciousness of the ego, to help men to a full understanding of it.
    • the bringer of the ego-consciousness. He brought to the peoples of
    • developed in the consciousness of the Roman citizen, who stood firmly
    • firmly on his feet — already conscious of his ego. All this is
    • consciousness that what was given him from without, apart from his
    • special significance by having been consciously given over to the
    • consciousness, he certainly still breathes spiritually, even to-day,
    • made ready for this by a strong ego-consciousness; that they might
    • thereby understand the Bringer of that consciousness. That is the
    • together with the ego-consciousness and by means of it, brings the
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    • consciousness when one ascends to the spiritual worlds? If, through
    • independent spiritual consciousness tell us? What do we learn
    • only testify out of a spiritual consciousness that Christ has always
    • are fully conscious that she provided the stimulus for a movement
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • light of higher Hierarchies could dim our consciousness. Then we
    • become aware that the preservation of our consciousness depends upon
    • consciousness of a person with an immoral soul disposition is more
    • the threshold of death with moral strength, for moral consciousness
    • consciousness after death, whereas those with an immoral soul
    • constitution sink into a kind of dim twilight consciousness.
    • fall into such a sleeping consciousness because then he would not
    • argument will not hold because, with such a dimming of consciousness
    • darkening of consciousness.
    • experience a dimming of consciousness as a result of this deficiency.
    • after death their consciousness is dimmed, extinguished. This fact
    • that would mean a dimming of consciousness for every soul were it not
    • what would have given them a consciousness in this third period after
    • death. That they nevertheless had a consciousness during this third
    • him to preserve his consciousness. These forces, which were inherited
    • consciousness was dimmed between death and rebirth, the Greeks, who
    • consciousness described. At this point in evolution mankind had to
    • consciousness during this third phase. Man had lost the power of
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • considerations have led us to the point where consciousness after
    • to maintain consciousness, however, a great transformation begins. We
    • incarnation. If this Mars sphere is experienced consciously and later
    • from the states of fear arising out of a waning consciousness, we
    • maintain our consciousness. Unless an initiation took place in a
    • previous earth life, consciousness is definitely dimmed. It marks a
    • necessary spiritual sleep-like condition following the consciousness
    • one case consciousness after death might be dimmed earlier than in
    • unconsciousness earlier experiences it more rapidly. Time passes at a
    • quicker rate for him than for one whose consciousness extends
    • condition of unconsciousness, of sleep. Hence he will travel quickly
    • less consciously the various phases described. An early death brings
    • Imagine that you did not have your consciousness inside you,
    • consciousness.
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • begin this study by considering what we call human consciousness.
    • What is human consciousness? In the first place, we can say that in
    • evening until waking next morning — we have no consciousness.
    • exists when he goes to sleep, and loses consciousness. If he had any
    • he has no consciousness.
    • that sleep is prevented, it stands to reason that consciousness is
    • also understand what consciousness is. Consciousness is what enters a
    • that specially characterizes the consciousness of man? It is the fact
    • that everything a man can have in his consciousness is accompanied by
    • ego-consciousness develops and becomes strong in a child. Suppose he
    • child would never develop ego-consciousness if resistance from the
    • ego-consciousness, the consciousness of the “I.”
    • At a certain point in his life this consciousness of the “I”
    • child has developed ego-consciousness by becoming aware that there
    • from them. Once this ego-consciousness has developed it continues to
    • The fact is that from the moment ego-consciousness arises, the “I”
    • could not maintain our ego-consciousness. True, we might be able to
    • unfold such consciousness, but we could not maintain it. To do this
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • consciousness from morning until night. The objects we perceive by
    • understand with his everyday consciousness what comes to him in
    • now onward consciousness is dimmed, man dwells in a benumbed
    • new forces, so as a result of the dimming of consciousness, when we
    • consciousness. Our consciousness becomes ever dimmer. We now
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • one with clairvoyant consciousness. None of the forces that we are
    • those still on earth capable of ascending with their consciousness
    • the details now, but the following conscious experience is present.
    • religious consciousness, but with one born of their particular creed.
    • conscious of deep loneliness in the Sun sphere if it has no
    • beliefs?” Because man must increasingly acquire consciousness
    • the Saturn sphere our state of consciousness is changed. We enter
    • social consciousness that is needed there. Insofar as the Sun sphere
    • the world, “Be conscious that you are like the Gods!” One
    • that Michelangelo was conscious of this. He simply did it.
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • is not conscious only of the painful aspect. He is definitely aware
    • mostly those that do not always come to the surface of consciousness
    • plane we are conscious of our sympathies and make mental
    • subconsciousness. This does not rise powerfully into our upper
    • consciousness, into the true ego-consciousness. As a result,
    • something incomplete rises into the consciousness of the human being.
    • Indeed, he hardly ever lives himself out fully as a conscious being
    • other reason, a man in his ordinary consciousness strongly dislikes
    • or even hates something, while in his subconsciousness there is a
    • consciousness. Moreover, the soul frequently tries to delude itself
    • against it in his ego-consciousness, may have the most intense
    • longing for it in his subconsciousness or astral consciousness.
    • his upper consciousness that appear all the more strongly in his
    • subconsciousness.
    • ego-consciousness or whether they dwell in our astral
    • subconsciousness. Both work as burning factors after death, but those
    • subconscious does not show a leaning towards spiritual science. It is
    • consciousness. Man knows the merest trifle about existing
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • power that lies far beyond our consciousness. Thoughts must be
    • not enter our consciousness. It lies beyond our consciousness and is
    • world. It not only is a question of our earthly consciousness. Our
    • unconscious impulses also play a part. In our normal waking state on
    • earth we live in our ego. Below the ego-consciousness lies the astral
    • consciousness, the subconscious sphere. The workings of this sphere
    • are sometimes different from our normal ego-consciousness without our
    • be lodged in the person's ego-consciousness, not in his astral
    • consciousness. As far as his astral consciousness is concerned, the
    • nature. If a person investigates his astral consciousness, his
    • subconscious, he might well find a concealed sympathy for what in his
    • waking consciousness he professes to hate. This is of particular
    • it, and yet he may have a love for it in his subconscious. He may
    • of what lives in his ego-consciousness. What has developed in the
    • subconscious also plays a part. Thus man becomes truly as he really
    • consciousness. Man is aware of what happens out there in front of his
    • sculptures. It is not that Michelangelo was conscious of it. It
    • strive consciously towards this goal, what we learn becomes a prayer
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • which he remains unconscious, develop a secret love for it. In the
    • go to sleep, for in sleep we enter unconsciously the same realm we
    • in the sphere of consciousness. From this we can gather that the
    • conscious activity of the ego within our daily life is the destroyer
    • consciously.
    • illumine. When they permeate the body, consciousness arises. In the spiritual
    • world also, man has to permeate something if he is to acquire consciousness,
    • otherwise he would exist without consciousness.
    • through the gate of death. Because of this he is able to develop consciousness
    • what he has grasped consciously on earth. Thus we can understand that
    • on earth man must acquire the capacity to develop consciousness
    • develop consciousness.
    • unconsciousness, the more miserable is the destiny he will encounter
    • between living and dying because for human consciousness everything
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • consciousness. Yet such an urge corresponds to a rightly directed
    • another form of consciousness after death. In fact, he would have
    • were conscious of ourselves marks the time when we lost the faculty
    • initiate consciousness perceives that the farther back we go the
    • consciously for spiritual science follows that call, that voice. He
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • this form in consciousness, but it need not be so in the soul itself.
    • The unconscious works in the astral body. It may be that the more a
    • in his unconscious he harbors an urge, a longing, to hear about
    • quite unconsciously without realizing why one has to serve such
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • confront these beings consciously. Pictorially speaking, one can
    • often an unconscious fear, people who turn away from a spiritual
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • incarnation man is conscious of these feelings only when he is
    • intermingled. A sense of separateness arises because consciousness is
    • of consciousness. It is not as if a dead person were on some isolated
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • consciousness remains that he is destined for the earth, that he must
    • our consciousness is only a small part of the total content of our
    • spiritual science. He becomes aware of this with his consciousness.
    • normal consciousness but longed for it in the depths of his soul
    • more souls will become conscious of a communion with the dead.
    • hierarchies. Consciousness is not extinguished then, and what awaits
    • inasmuch as it becomes conscious of its essential kernel, leads to
    • consciously.
    • remains unconscious, but from the Sun period onward he is necessary.
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • world more consciously than heretofore, and in loving participation.
    • him after death. He longs for a condition of unconsciousness. But
    • consciousness is not lost; one merely becomes lonely. In the higher
    • consciousness. This is true of souls who lack a connection to other
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    • their new consciousness, can communicate with them and even help them.
    • lacks a clear consciousness of self. The following will show us what
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    • so far as to have sleep-consciousness, monads that are almost
    • unconscious, but which nevertheless develop the dimmest of concepts
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    • the brain remains entirely unconscious. But an occult researcher must
    • “right”, “left”, come into our consciousness
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    • so far as to have sleep-consciousness, monads that are almost
    • unconscious, but which nevertheless develop the dimmest of concepts
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    • the brain remains entirely unconscious. But an occult researcher must
    • “right”, “left”, come into our consciousness
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    • The highest elements in the consciousness of humanity are linked to
    • dawning in the consciousness of this unique tragic personality, Job,
    • been aware of this connection. Such a consciousness will form a
    • consciousness of this victory, and, from the deeds that can again and
    • we see here too that a highest element in the consciousness of
    • consciousness, then it must indeed seem to us as if in some way
    • that man's self-consciousness, the possibility of saying “I”
    • consciousness, self-consciousness. But when we penetrate existence
    • Consciousness, which arises out of the physical body, which in the
    • creative element. At the base of all things we perceive the conscious
    • existence, but as the same element as lives in us as conscious
    • of Consciousness which appears within the Life. So we speak as of
    • three stages: Form, Life, Consciousness. Only from Consciousness does
    • Self-consciousness arise. We shall not occupy ourselves with that
    • it is the foundation of physical existence and of consciousness.
    • sensation, not yet consciousness. It is a childish kind of
    • element of consciousness, of sensation and feeling. And what is this
    • first element of consciousness? When in further investigation of the
    • comprehend the nature of consciousness, we shall not do so
    • Consciousness can arise only where there is life, can spring only
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    • self-conscious and realised that he was an independent being.
    • still instinctive and so the animal is not yet self-conscious.
    • solely for the building up of earthly consciousness. But Lucifer
    • to self-consciousness. That was beautifully expressed in the Paradise
    • consciousness, but not a self-consciousness. Now men could put wisdom
    • self-consciousness without Lucifer. Thinking and wisdom now entered
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    • being has become independent and conscious of self pre-supposes
    • the possibility of personal consciousness.
    • could never live a soul who had independence, consciousness, and
    • having consciousness of personality and a one-sided development of
    • no death there could not be any conscious individual life. We
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    • strongly in life at the summit of their I-consciousness, were
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    • same consciousness (at any rate in its essentials) throughout the
    • consciousness extends. There is, indeed, something very remarkable in
    • and death is characterised by the fact of one consciousness extending
    • consciousness which as memory-consciousness is at his disposal, and if
    • consciousness may be of the utmost use to us in life; for if we
    • such a case in which a person has quite consciously brought about a
    • consciousness, and he has himself, in a certain way brought about the
    • consciousness of which we have just spoken which extends, with the
    • consciousness comes into play — one that is independent of the
    • that this consciousness, which lasts until a new birth, can look back
    • in the consciousness after death, the will and power arise to win
    • Then the man returns once more to life on earth. His consciousness is
    • bitter trial. With the consciousness he possesses between birth and
    • When, therefore, the ordinary consciousness says, ‘The trial is
    • itself, and not the effect it produces; but the other consciousness
    • another state of consciousness, namely, the consciousness we had
    • in the first place we have a consciousness which extends over the time
    • between birth and death, which we call the consciousness of the
    • ‘Personality.’ And then we see that there is a consciousness
    • consciousness knows nothing, but which nevertheless works in the same
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    • knowledge of this connection, replacing it by a consciousness
    • his individuality. Then he will consciously apprehend the karmic law
    • of evolution there will come again through the consciousness of karma
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    • for the modern consciousness have lost the meaning they possessed at
    • what we experience as conscious beings, and many other experiences.
    • which he receives consciously and unites them with his Ego. Within him
    • we have never brought really into clear consciousness. There are again
    • concepts which come again and again into our consciousness, and those
    • express themselves not only on the conscious surface of life, but they
    • let us pass over to what on the whole does not come to consciousness,
    • emotions in the same way as are the conscious impressions. If you
    • consciously, would have frightened you so much that it would have made
    • even when unconsciously received. It not only makes an impression, but
    • impression which produces a conscious idea, finds a kind of resistance
    • simply acts upon us without our bringing it to a conscious idea, then
    • Human life is much richer than the conscious human life.
    • transformed during this time. They work, just as do the conscious
    • soul-life in the way of conscious conception can thereby form a dam as
    • it were, and the sub-conscious impressions are those which act most
    • death. The ideas which meet with no hindrance from the consciousness
    • not limited by any ordinary consciousness — for the brain is not
    • consciousness, which then works down more deeply. So it is brought
    • is in his most conscious life he will not really lie. It is only
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    • enter into the consciousness; it will run its course more or less in a
    • sub-conscious region. The person in question will strive for an
    • Ego-consciousness, so that he has to exert these feelings to the
    • will so condition him that his Ego-consciousness, however much it
    • perceives with his ordinary consciousness to circumstances which in
    • Man in his ordinary consciousness is still exposed to the allurements
    • following Ahriman, that concerns only his ordinary conscious soul
    • and a different form of consciousness begins; then, all the things
    • from a higher reason than that of our ordinary consciousness —
    • from a consciousness which during the period between death and a new
    • to a previous consciousness with what appears in the consciousness in
    • it comes about that his deeper subconsciousness says: —
    • one included in our ordinary consciousness. In the world which lies
    • between birth and death, and with our ordinary consciousness, we must
    • humbly let such questions stand over. With our higher consciousness we
    • higher spiritual powers. But that consciousness which is to help and
    • higher consciousness, for we might then easily err and we should
    • consciousness which is ripe for our Earth, and all other measures
    • belong to our ordinary consciousness would then have to work.
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    • are accompanied by our conscious concepts. In so far as we accompany
    • an act or any other experience by a conscious concept, so far do we
    • them back to the life of our conscious perceptions, but those
    • fallen out of the complex of consciousness and have sunk down into the
    • perhaps even in his conscious conceptions. And further we could point
    • to the fact that man with his conscious conceptions permeated by the
    • produce a weak Ego-consciousness and weak self-reliance, and whose Ego
    • Ego-consciousness may be strengthened through resistance. Such a
    • same incarnation, to a stronger Ego-consciousness or to forces which
    • Ego-consciousness. We have further stated that an illness such as
    • Ego-consciousness which has been engendered by the soul in an earlier
    • Ego-consciousness needs the opportunity of being led to an impossible
    • consciousness when a person has gone through an illness, and has
    • excitability. Clairvoyant consciousness sees this agitation
    • does not coincide with consciousness, but rather with an excitability
    • himself. Because in such cases the barrier of consciousness is
    • do conscious forces, but rather like the organising forces. Seated
    • possibility of re-transforming these processes into conscious
    • consciousness we give quite a different explanation. Especially do we
    • consciousness, and that which dwells in the deeper layers beneath the
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    • subconscious. In normal life, when asleep, we ourselves are
    • unconscious. Why do we lose consciousness when we fall asleep? We know
    • consciously into the world which surrounds us between going to sleep
    • awakening. If we were to fall asleep consciously, the condition of our
    • short, with the consciousness we apply to ordinary life. For the Ego
    • the astral body and prevents it from entering consciously the
    • penetrate. Thus there is a good reason for our losing consciousness
    • from unfolding the consciousness of our astral body.
    • world with our ordinary consciousness. Everything spiritual that we
    • to penetrate our inner being with our consciousness.
    • liberation from consciousness, because we are not yet ready to see
    • Most of us will remember that the consciousness we at present possess
    • forms of consciousness. If, for instance, we study ‘Occult
    • Science,’ we shall see that our present consciousness is a stage
    • among seven different stages of consciousness, and that this
    • consciousness which we possess today developed out of three other
    • preceding stages of consciousness, and that it will at a later period
    • develop into three other succeeding forms of consciousness. When we
    • present consciousness before the Earth period. Such a consciousness as
    • exalted member, and our consciousness then was such as can to-day be
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    • luciferic forces. Pain, which is the consciousness of the astral body
    • the result of our Ego-consciousness. In that consciousness that we
    • have described as lying beneath our Ego-consciousness, and which is
    • transgressions. This is a force in our subconscious mind acting truly
    • trouble, so that through pain we may educate the subconscious. We may
    • world must be accompanied by full consciousness, it happens that again
    • world, and do so when fully conscious. The only thing that can be done
    • if they did not have this full consciousness. For people are mistaken
    • as to the nature of this consciousness, which is merely an image or
    • astral consciousness. If these people were not conscious in a lower
    • Ego-consciousness. With the Ego-consciousness however is linked our
    • world. That they should have some consciousness is in no way
    • remarkable, but the consciousness they should have is that which is
    • our consciousness, our faculty of discrimination and discernment, and
    • qualities we gain from a healthy education of our Ego-consciousness.
    • would contribute to the development of their Ego-consciousness between
    • body. It manifests itself in a consciousness lying deeper than our
    • pain consciousness, causing damage not necessarily accompanied by
    • later how this is connected with the human Ego-consciousness.
    • other hand, to become conscious of the effect we produce by the use of
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    • mind soul into etheric body, and a consciousness soul into the
    • consciousness soul. This then is the cause which in some future
    • or even between the consciousness soul and the physical body. That is
    • consciousness; that is to say, however, that our consciousness can
    • due to the luciferic influence when we are conscious of pain, but we
    • cannot descend to those realms that may be termed the consciousness of
    • consciousness, but one of so low a degree that we are not able to be
    • in this consciousness which is possessed normally for instance by
    • Plants live continually in the consciousness of dreamless sleep. The
    • consciousness of our etheric and physical body is present also in our
    • this consciousness may he active, however, is shown when we perform in
    • this dreamless sleep consciousness that is active. The ordinary
    • consciousness and the astral consciousness cannot penetrate to the
    • But because in the daytime we are living in our Ego-consciousness and
    • astral consciousness, we must not believe that the other kinds of
    • consciousness are absent. It is only that we are not aware of them.
    • be unable to act upon our ordinary consciousness. It will, however,
    • attack the consciousness which dwells within our etheric body, and
    • this consciousness will not only conduce to a certain organisation of
    • expressed, that the consciousness of the etheric body will realise
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    • justifiable only when it is backed by the consciousness that can coin
    • person is fully aware of them with his ordinary day-consciousness;
    • they run their course also in the region of the subconscious. In that
    • connected with the astral body, that medical science, unconsciously
    • consciousness of a super-sensible world.’ They pay no attention
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    • subsequent consciousness of it. That they were able subsequently to
    • the consciousness of the Elohim. This only became possible upon the
    • such that people are not in the least conscious that the strongest
    • not have perceived it with a self-conscious freedom.
    • will help us to be more conscious of the influences of Lucifer, more
    • good use of it consciously; for formerly it worked but as a dim
    • world, so he begins gradually to evolve new and conscious capacities
    • appears to them as a sort of conscious dream-picture, is the
    • will gradually evolve to a conscious perception of the work of Lucifer
    • disappointments; we repay to Lucifer consciously the services he has
    • conscious instrument, filled with the life of Anthroposophy.
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    • psychological moment when the consciousness breaks into Maria's soul
    • altogether consciously during the devachanic
    • through what is called the Cosmic Midnight with consciousness. Souls
    • consciousness of this to enter the physical sense world, it must
    • consciousness; they do not approach the calm of meditation, before
    • things which someone else through unconscious ahrimanic impulses may
    • radiate spiritual experiences into the physical consciousness. This
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    • existence the soul is striving towards clairvoyant consciousness,
    • clairvoyant consciousness.
    • otherwise is carried out by the subconscious guidance of soul life.
    • unconscious of the craving.
    • Clairvoyant consciousness should develop so that the clairvoyant soul
    • this being thrown back and forth; it dulls its consciousness so that
    • because the consciousness is dulled. He lures the soul out and leads
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    • consciousness which the human soul can develop in itself will change
    • entering that consciousness was already long present in man's nature.
    • kind of knowledge based on clairvoyant consciousness. To the
    • of man, lies in hidden worlds. Clairvoyant consciousness provides the
    • over the horizon of the consciousness, over the field of vision, or
    • other being. We must be able to lose the consciousness which always —
    • sense world, the consciousness of “I am myself.” In the
    • consciousness of a human being on earth must go back and forth
    • consciousness, when returning over the threshold, were to take back
    • what the clairvoyant consciousness recognizes in the human soul is,
    • physical world. According to clairvoyant consciousness — and to
    • within with its heightened feeling of self. Yes, our consciousness
    • your consciousness begins to have a life of its own, a life as an
    • entity in itself. You thrust your consciousness into a place, it
    • our consciousness than we do with the passive thoughts of the
    • clairvoyant consciousness can recognize what it is.
    • for our soul to be entirely filled with the consciousness, “I
    • unconscious as though in a faint. If we do not hold ourselves
    • the clairvoyant consciousness. What we call the will in the physical
    • consciousness, passing back and forth from one world to the other,
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    • consciousness, there will already have been surmises of a spiritual
    • Steiner, you describe the clairvoyant consciousness and talk about
    • is made from the standpoint of present-day consciousness apparently
    • clairvoyant consciousness. To some extent it is composed of memory
    • spiritual world through clairvoyant consciousness, they will
    • consciousness completely transformed in later life; then perhaps
    • so quickly that it does not come fully to consciousness and yet can
    • its conscious or unconscious depths by any humanly possible method.
    • develop the frame of mind necessary for clairvoyant consciousness.
    • complicated, there is a great deal in the subconscious that does not
    • rise up into the ordinary consciousness.” One who is
    • it can push its way up from the subconscious into the upper regions
    • person, there has to develop in unconscious soul depths, side by side
    • with the conscious love, a terrible antipathy to the beloved. And the
    • consciousness in the elemental world. There the thoughts that we have
    • consciousness into a world (into a thought-world, one might call it)
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    • the physical plane. In full consciousness, therefore, we must face
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    • consciousness — to leave behind us all the perceptions of the
    • consciousness can not know it. Like another being we will find our
    • our being that the physical consciousness usually cannot perceive
    • consciousness. There is nothing there at first that will provide new
    • “become” ourselves in clairvoyant consciousness.
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    • consciousness ascends into super-sensible worlds, where the true being
    • clairvoyant consciousness come into far more intensive touch with
    • within it, beyond the reach of our ordinary consciousness. As I have
    • hill. As we stick our consciousness into the elemental realm, every
    • an independent life, in which our consciousness is immersed.
    • subconscious soul impressions and impulses even to a person who is
    • happen, despite the cynical cast of his ordinary consciousness, is
    • that his subconscious may be seized by these impulses to make
    • Johannes Thomasius has to become conscious of an
    • situation described is fully possible. Maria's consciousness soul and
    • required to blot ourselves out, without being conscious of it. But it
    • is an entirely different matter fully consciously to give over to
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    • with his ordinary consciousness: the real being of man. This must
    • other self within us, but our ordinary consciousness not only is not
    • but there we are entirely another. When we dwell consciously in the
    • important point is that we should come consciously to him. Every
    • night we stand unconsciously before the Guardian. Certainly he is a
    • very few human beings could endure it. To bring into consciousness
    • what we experience every night unconsciously is to meet the Guardian
    • in a twilight state between consciousness and unconsciousness and
    • will not allow it to come to full consciousness. On that borderline
    • unbearable. Before the event can become fully conscious, the soul —
    • awareness. Such moments of the soul's obliterating its consciousness
    • soul has “nibbled,” pushes into the soul's consciousness
    • out of their ordinary consciousness that they're doing this or that
    • that they really believe it's so, and yet, in their subconscious they
    • can also find people who out of their upper consciousness, let's say,
    • ant hill.” We need then an immensely strengthened consciousness
    • away with this consciousness of self, in order not to be a
    • consciousness of self; but in contrast, despite the strong feeling of
    • that really the ordinary sense-consciousness we have on
    • consciousness. The egoism we develop in the physical world, without
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    • those old Hebrew times there was a consciousness that this anxious
    • the night. The whole conscious life of the daytime is in fact, if we
    • look at it in its connection with human consciousness and in its
    • found in man: a kind of self-consciousness. During the Summer the
    • outer consciousness draws. It is true that if we wish to go into the
    • Mosaic Culture of the old Hebrews was conscious of the fact that “the
    • necessary that people should know with their ordinary consciousness
    • reality than the outer consciousness. Does it matter at all whether
    • Edison invents something in a dream or in clear waking consciousness?
    • dream-consciousness or in physical consciousness; what is of
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    • knowledge of the normal consciousness knows little of these things.
    • become conscious that in us lies the point where the North and the
    • unconscious in us, will become more and more conscious through our
    • not given to the normal consciousness to know that something within
    • consciousness to see it all. That which belongs to the outer world
    • ascend to a higher stage of consciousness, what lives in us is
    • normal consciousness. We shall participate in Divine spiritual
    • stage of our consciousness.
    • when the normal consciousness has come to an end, consciousness
    • the Divine consciousness has been recapitulated in his own
    • consciousness.
    • beginning of evolution, there was the Divine consciousness.” It
    • existence. This Divine consciousness first forms copies of itself. In
    • what way do the copies differ from the Divine consciousness? In
    • that they are many, whilst the Divine consciousness is one. Further,
    • in that they are empty, whilst the Divine consciousness is full of
    • empty consciousness is continually bringing about adjustment it
    • consciousness. Thus evolution proceeds in such a way that the
    • individual consciousness becomes filled with what in the beginning
    • was contained in the Divine consciousness. This is brought about
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    • feelings in the soul of which men are not always fully conscious. As I
    • are often unconscious of how man is placed in a political-legal
    • feel, though often unconsciously, our close connection with the
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    • We know that this is the age of the development of the consciousness
    • the consciousness soul in our present epoch.
    • Gradually, the consciousness soul and its culture will achieve this
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    • developed. In most people they are not developed consciously, though
    • epoch can develop. The veil must be lifted now so that consciousness
    • may be added to what still remains unconsciousness, because enough
    • consciousness did not gradually enter, these forces would become
    • unconsciousness would turn around and become the curse of humanity.
    • as Renan was not conscious of the ground on which he wrote precisely
    • impulses but they remain in the unconscious. The impulses out of which
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    • is, full conscious insight into the spiritual world, and, turning from
    • necessity in historical evolution because conscious thinking, through
    • materialistic paths. With the expulsion of conscious knowledge in
    • wished to dip down into the spiritual world through a subconscious
    • knowledge and a lowering of consciousness. There were always, however,
    • the new age from human consciousness and leads man back to earlier
    • times, to subconscious conditions of soul. The remains of this
    • subconscious condition that had carried over into the new age were now
    • quite definite consciousness had been prepared and developed in the
    • last three centuries. This consciousness had veiled the spiritual
    • laying bare the subconscious soul forces, have given a connection with
    • in another and more unconscious or subconscious form before the
    • look upon from the consciousness of our time with the deepest
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    • subconscious forces in the souls of men, and it was able to work on
    • ordinary normal consciousness. Knowledge of man's life of soul is not
    • consciousness, and there is a realm of subconsciousness, and natural
    • urges and impulses work upward out of the subconscious. It is
    • domains we see aftermaths in the consciousness that is unfolded by the
    • below the threshold of consciousness like lava, like volcanic forces
    • the soul. Beneath what is known to consciousness there are forces that
    • they force their way upward. In the super consciousness the luciferic
    • when the air is to be purified. There is little consciousness of these
    • man's consciousness functions in a middle realm.
    • Investigations into what is thus working in the subconscious reveal
    • culture from the realm of the subconscious in the wake of the impulses
    • the conscious life of soul in the culture of the fifth post-Atlantean
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    • the surface of consciousness. All this worked in such a soul out of
    • the Mexican initiates. As if out of deep subconscious impulses, he
    • over him as a temptation. Recognizing the unconscious capabilities of
    • itself to him. The initiate thus became conscious of it and sought to
    • overcome what otherwise remained in the subconscious. Many Knights
    • overcome it consciously.
    • so that many of the harassed Knights lost consciousness. Philip knew
    • on the rack, their consciousness became clouded. He knew: the images
    • given out of a consciousness dulled by the torture. They were asked,
    • of Consecration?” In their clouded consciousness the Knights
    • their vision and, whereas in their conscious life they brought the
    • the most dreadful crimes, which normally lived in their subconscious
    • into making these subconscious avowals.
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    • consciousness was dulled through the agonies of torture, as happened
    • in hundreds of cases. Their consciousness was darkened through the
    • torture; their day-consciousness was crippled and a subconscious was
    • a subconscious state, not only the extraordinary charge of denying the
    • recanted when they were released from the rack and consciousness
    • into the progressive spiritual world in waking consciousness by having
    • conscious they are that we have made such fine progress, in contrast
    • life, and was conscious of how they penetrate it. Indeed, it was
    • the spirit must be sought with full consciousness and in freedom. But
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    • does not lie within the consciousness of mankind. In his consciousness
    • lies this unconscious fear. And because men have this unconscious
    • fear which rules unconsciously in human souls. As a matter of fact, in
    • himself through that unconscious fear — that that which is told
    • of the present-day, who often are so brave in their consciousness, and
    • lies already in the unconscious part of man, but it is only Spiritual
    • But we must be quite conscious of all that is against us when we make
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    • spoken of today are we still conscious of that of which man ought to
    • be conscious when he raises his thoughts and feelings to the
    • contemplation of the festival of Christ? Are men in general conscious
    • avoid opening our eyes fully, we avoid awakening our consciousness
    • Strauss held in accordance with the consciousness of his times, could
    • consciousness, into their Will. The objective fact is simply this,
    • priests, looked up in full consciousness to Jahve, were well aware
    • consciousness.
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    • when awake never experiences consciously the real nature of his Will.
    • When awake he experiences consciously the nature of his Conceptions,
    • by the intellect, can we experience it in our waking consciousness.
    • birth and death is practised by us continually, unconsciously, while
    • to present-day consciousness, is to be found in the centre of gravity
    • his unconscious Will. So far we have only been able to cite one
    • on the one hand consciously want to take a part in the processes of
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    • be no ego-consciousness at all. That we are able to experience, to
    • in full consciousness, a content which gives us again the link uniting
    • entering the consciousness of man is based on experience? It seems as
    • if human beings no longer speak from such consciousness at all, but
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    • the subconscious longings of today, and a science of initiation, an
    • very often prevent us from consciously recognizing the sub-conscious
    • what are the unconscious longings and needs of our time is to
    • consciousness in the morning, that we are awake, and it is in our
    • is necessary to train, develop and evolve by our own conscious
    • consciousness it is impossible to gain that clear knowledge we need of
    • entirely new human being of which we never knew consciously before.
    • consciousness, but as the whole individual life laid out before us in
    • everything else, so that they fill our consciousness, and then to
    • extract ourselves from them so that our consciousness is empty of
    • Now let us consider our ordinary life. Here our consciousness is
    • have once attained the power to hold a concept in our consciousness to
    • soul from the particular concept leaving the consciousness empty of
    • the emptied but wakeful consciousness something which is entirely new
    • nature. Into the consciousness that we have had the strength to train
    • detaching it from the content of consciousness, and of holding it
    • spiritual world enter into our emptied consciousness. Thus we inhale,
    • Spirit of the Cosmos. Higher still is that which leads us to conscious
    • to perceive and recognize in full consciousness, the inner soul nature
    • stage of higher knowledge, that which leads us to conscious knowledge
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    • divert that picture world away from his consciousness while
    • through conscious knowledge with the spiritual reality of man and of
    • ordinary consciousness. What is this power of thought? It is that
    • but ordinary consciousness only shows it in a pale and abstract
    • thought in the ordinary consciousness was something that was vital and
    • ordinary consciousness as the power of deadened thought.
    • ego-conscious, that he was pouring himself out into the universe and
    • becoming less in possession of himself. His ego-consciousness was
    • thinking, that dead consciousness which today can only see the mineral
    • consciousness of this abstract, deadened thought, that our soul-life,
    • ego-consciousness, but this cannot save him from universal death; and
    • this conscious spiritual knowledge he is able to understand from out
    • instinctive consciousness, and he knew that his spiritual origin was
    • consciousness of the ancients. Now what was it primarily that these
    • themselves to a consciousness of the spiritual. And they, the gods,
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    • all familiar, but whose significance for human consciousness has
    • develop who would be conscious of the feeling of freedom. The
    • say to himself — though in dim consciousness: all this the Gods
    • the lower. But the only form it could assume for human consciousness
    • desires and in the animal lusts. For ordinary consciousness that
    • consciousness. So the content of the human Gemüt can be
    • consciousness the festival the calendar sets at the end of September,
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    • factor that makes present-day man a world-hermit: he is not conscious
    • for the development of what we experience in the consciousness of
    • self-consciousness, at the inner strength that permits the ego to rise
    • inner, conscious experiences might at a pinch occur lacking the
    • is that we should become conscious of our true spiritual relations to
    • of these ideas — a real attitude, though unconscious. But
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    • universe that today enter human consciousness. Think of what
    • consciousness certainly present in ordinary life, though an inferior
    • realm of his conscious life. What he had written was frequently so
    • remote from his conscious life that he asked, “Who is writing
    • that since there are naturally no spirits, his subconscious mind must
    • subconscious calls the conscious mind a muttonhead, and it lies; hence
    • this personality would have to confess, “In my subconscious mind
    • distorted the moment we enter this more or less subconscious world.
    • Evolution of Consciousness,
    • bring the super-sensible to consciousness and experience it in our
    • this brought them they were conscious of cosmic events, but also of
    • subconscious sense organ: subconsciously the head perceives through
    • relation to the functions mentioned. Subconsciously by means of the
    • consciousness was the object in the schooling of those who were to be
    • conscious feeling for the processes in the liver, kidneys, spleen,
    • examine what was brought to light by an ancient semi-conscious,
    • And what is man really in respect of his consciousness? Well, he is
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    • consciousness as manifestations of spiritual beings. In this
    • our respiratory process unconsciously, simply as something inwardly a
    • between nature-consciousness, engendered during the spring and summer,
    • and self-consciousness proper which thrives in the fall and winter.
    • What is nature consciousness? When spring comes, the earth develops
    • — I need not be conscious of it: it speaks to the unconscious
    • flower, my ego germinates in the plant. Nature-consciousness is
    • can develop his nature-consciousness; but when he experiences the dying
    • his true self-consciousness, will come to life within him; and by sharing
    • degree the awakener of his own self-consciousness. In this way the human
    • experiencing this alternation of nature-consciousness and self-consciousness.
    • herself the inner human force must become the awakening of self-consciousness.
    • the idea embraced in nature-consciousness — self-consciousness:
    • self-consciousness of man into bright flame. Here we have again
    • enter and feel at home in the consciousness of immortality, in the
    • spirit-consciousness — the spirit-consciousness engendered by the
    • transition from nature-consciousness (spring-summer) to
    • self-consciousness (autumn-winter) — then will dawn the solution,
    • activate spirit-consciousness.
    • my self-consciousness between death and a new birth, but rather, to be
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    • in ordinary consciousness, we think: in this room are tables, chairs,
    • When we have experiences in our present consciousness we
    • You cannot apprehend inwardly with full consciousness
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    • can see things of this kind in the right way, consciously, with
    • right place on the canvas. The poet, then conscious that the Divine,
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    • part in conscious life, the time, for instance, during which we
    • consciousness, and in the constitution of the dream he can inwardly
    • This is also the case when we become conscious of our
    • will. When we become conscious of our will, that is what enters into
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    • consciousness — which I have often described — takes a
    • ordinary consciousness he may of course admire them from outside. He
    • however, with Imaginative consciousness he approaches these rocks,
    • perception he became slightly unconscious. He would never be able to
    • necessary in order that he may become a conscious being, and not
    • suffer unconsciousness through continual sprouting, budding, growing.
    • consciousness we demand proofs. The truths which relate to the spirit
    • ascend from the truths which are valid for ordinary consciousness to
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    • consciousness which becomes an earth consciousness: Whilst thou hast
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    • everyday consciousness as strongly as is possible to each one of us —
    • consciousness on this path of knowledge were brought before the souls
    • souls was how little of that which by the usual way of consciousness
    • is guarded from ordinary consciousness, and I know wherein lies the
    • pupil the consciousness that he had reached beyond many illusions and
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    • consciousness — it was certainly a very stern Initiation even if
    • cannot say that the consciousness was dulled, but the pupil became
    • aware: “The state of consciousness into which I have come is
    • felt that this state of consciousness was filled with a sensation of
    • not a vanishing of consciousness but an alteration of consciousness.
    • whence arose this consciousness which had come upon him during the
    • after he had been taken up by the Cosmos, as if his own consciousness
    • This (impression) lived powerfully in the consciousness of the pupil.
    • consciousness, but it was a state of consciousness well known to him,
    • the state of consciousness in dreaming. While, in the case of the
    • he was in a condition of consciousness which he did not know in
    • ordinary life, he now recognized in his condition of consciousness a
    • as a dream to my consciousness, the Summer as a dream.”
    • Summer before his consciousness in continuous change may be likened
    • consciousness: “Now Past and Future meet in my own soul-life.”
    • gazed by means of the new consciousness born of the numbness would be
    • feebleness of ordinary consciousness but where it works with
    • full consciousness the condition of inner numbness there appeared
    • consciousness. This then he did. And in the case of that of which I
    • consciousness now separated this condition from the other condition
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    • the condition of consciousness which resulted he received a clear
    • the consciousness of the pupil. It was actually present before him.
    • All this arose before the consciousness of the Hibernian
    • shadow-pictures of them in your consciousness. To a high degree it
    • would feel in his consciousness a mighty world, a world of which he
    • the nature-soul experiences as earth-man with ordinary consciousness.
    • heat. This was because with his consciousness he was transported into
    • the ordinary consciousness as a kind of historic memory. These
    • consciousness bound up with the reason and the senses. This stream
    • the new consciousness. Something spread over Europe from Hibernia
    • the consciousness of men was no longer accessible to spiritual
    • experienced has continued to live on in the sub-conscious. It was so
    • experience in the activity of their own consciousness that which in
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    • metallity. He came into another condition of consciousness and
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    • say that there appears before our Imaginative consciousness, with all
    • Imaginative consciousness,” because of course if we extend
    • case for humanity that, as regards the consciousness of that time —
    • Human consciousness did not even grasp the external coarse
    • our consciousness today there is nothing in any way similar to what
    • was in the consciousness of the ancient, Egyptian or the ancient
    • the ancient Easterns as regards their consciousness. If they trod on
    • themselves consciously to the entire surface, the external surface of
    • the earth, just as we relate ourselves in our consciousness to our
    • other which comes to our consciousness he reminds us of another human
    • beings revealed themselves to them. This consciousness was awakened
    • consciousness of the deeper spirits there came an impulse received
    • sense aroused into the full life of consciousness in the pupils the
    • he had a clear consciousness of how Hermes, or Mercury was fashioned,
    • It was as though the entire consciousness of man was lifted out of
    • consciousness directly: “Nature is spirit; spirit is nature.”
    • fire, were separated in man's consciousness. They were split up into
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    • consciousness of man on the earth one can only dimly divine at a
    • was filled with the consciousness: “Oh Will! Will is in me. How
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    • could really bring to his consciousness.
    • to experience the triviality of our modern consciousness which we
    • conscious way. He felt the blood streaming and working through his
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    • really come to an end with Galen, medical consciousness had
    • something outside the range of modern scientific consciousness,
    • today by our scientific consciousness.
    • what comes into human consciousness with regard to them; with
    • current opinion, is wholly “unconscious.”
    • the reservoir of the “unconscious.” And then I
    • increase of consciousness. Clear consciousness is dependent on
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    • our knowing, if the forces of creation were present in our consciousness,
    • consciousness into a relationship of the human being to nature. We will
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    • entered consciousness with the change of teeth, detaching itself
    • actually dimming consciousness. Therefore we are dreaming, we are
    • half-asleep in childhood; our consciousness is not fully awake. Our
    • own earthly spirituality, namely the conscious spirituality of pressing
    • moment this force enters consciousness, it ceases to permeate us with
    • upbuilding forces, though forces that weaken consciousness; in the
    • consciousness clear and luminous.
    • occurring consciously we do not have to do with any kind of growth
    • is spiritually active in our consciousness. And just as we look
    • through the unconscious creating forces to the beginnings of life, so
    • we look through the conscious conceptual forces that reveal themselves
    • weaken, the power over the spirit, the inner consciousness, to the
    • point of unconsciousness, to a working of the spiritual in
    • unconsciousness. He would have to come to the point of forming
    • conscious, because the organization cannot be carried into this
    • organizing force, by the force that weakens our consciousness to a
    • spiritual. This permeation with will activity remains unconscious,
    • our organization without consciousness. Here we have the other side,
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    • right way by the ego-consciousness, and as a result all the forms of
    • much greater than is ordinarily assumed in outer consciousness.
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    • such a way that it can be penetrated by full ego-consciousness. If
    • it were. On the other hand, the ego-consciousness may be weakened, may
    • is, the more subconscious, dreamlike, or entirely unconscious soul
    • conscious soul life, has its physical carrier by means of which it
    • soul-spiritual element, of the fully conscious ego, let us say,
    • subconscious but that work; similarly — though only in space, which
    • the conscious life of the human being from waking to falling asleep.
    • expression for the conscious life of the human being. The
    • metabolic-limb system is not the expression for the conscious life of
    • conscious head but with unconscious limbs. These limbs become
    • conscious only when they are touched in some way, when they endure an
    • consciousness, whereas for the opposite system in the human being it
    • is unconsciousness. It is possible, however, to produce artificially
    • in the human being a kind of consciousness for this other system, for
    • which consists of making conscious through outer measures what
    • otherwise remains unconscious. What is important here is that through
    • the condition of the spiritual into the condition of consciousness;
    • known what it means to bring about a partial consciousness in the arms
    • degree of consciousness brought about by means of the massage.
    • empirically; rather it becomes possible to work fully consciously to
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    • with Galen, medical consciousness had quite another orientation. What
    • consciousness. Suppose, for example, a man with not so very abnormal
    • consciousness with regard to it. When we say to ourselves: ‘I
    • to current opinion, is wholly ‘unconscious.’ Everything
    • ‘unconscious.’ And then I observe how I move my hand.
    • as a general rule, bound up with an increase of consciousness.
    • Clear consciousness is dependent on katabolic processes, on the
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    • proceeds, in waking consciousness at all events. A further expression
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    • was peculiar to them all. They led man to the consciousness of the
    • wish to assert that the common consciousness of humanity already has
    • human consciousness. People may think consciously: “Why speak
    • the unconscious depths of the soul something very different is
    • unconsciously, because from the consciousness nothing can flow which
    • alone empties the soul, and generates in its subconscious depths all
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    • themselves as truths to our consciousness by their inner nature. Our
    • consciousness, to make himself heard. But if democracy is a reality,
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    • outcome of unconscious impulses and unconscious instincts. In this
    • leading circles, among the governing classes, there is an unconscious
    • grow out of the conscious life of men themselves. People have
    • consciously that which the latter had carried out instinctively in
    • of consciousness: It is quite true that in the relationships of human
    • the human power of imagination; for since a man must act consciously,
    • vague primitive consciousness a business man can evolve just laws,
    • so because justice and the consciousness of justice have retreated in
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    • understanding. What is really the meaning of all the subconscious
    • conscious thought of our present humanity? What do they mean, above
    • something remote, and unconsciously feel it to be a luxury of life,
    • modern human consciousness look upon as the real self, but
    • of natural causes. But modern human consciousness is not much aware
    • freedom really begins. Modern human consciousness is only aware of
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    • bring forth something which will meet the more or less conscious
    • are now making themselves felt in the subconsciousness of the human
    • concerning the connection of ideals with real life. He was conscious
    • self-consciousness. Above all,. we need to correct something within
    • striving it is important to know that a lie, unconsciously persisted
    • in, causes just as much harm as a lie, consciously repeated. For it
    • subconsciousness, in order to root out falsehood in every realm, even
    • in that of the subconscious. For this reason I should like to
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    • change. It came into the consciousness of men that something
    • nineteenth century took place far more consciously than in England. In
    • and they built it with full consciousness. An Englishman would have
    • with full consciousness.
    • consciousness for its own purposes. Thus, in the last third of the
    • were elements of consciousness in the whole process, and yet in
    • another sense the whole thing was quite unconscious.
    • as automata, certainly not as conscious beings. I have often explained
    • But we are also conscious in our whole body. How do we become thus
    • conscious? In our whole body there are 25 billions of red blood
    • body we are conscious by virtue of this upward driving force. Thus we
    • in the very time when mankind had to begin to think consciously of
    • consciously within the sphere of the human personality. But things
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    • strives as it were unconsciously to come to grips with Egoism, which
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    • penetrate the economic processes with conscious understanding; and we
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    • gentlemen, whether I am fully conscious that this is the case or
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    • conscious insight which impels them thus to join together. Their
    • joining together is, as a rule, not brought about by conscious
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    • money can begin to play a part, of which he is quite conscious.
    • wild. In the other case, conscious intelligence would come into it.
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    • consciousness see the physical Sun, Zarathustra beheld a great and
    • that we, as human beings possessing the ordinary consciousness of
    • ordinary consciousness. Men who lived three, four, five thousand
    • and be conscious of how the Spirit of the Sun has come from the vast
    • dreamed of another kind of consciousness such as had been possessed
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    • consciousness of the man you were on Earth — consciousness in
    • Therefore full consciousness and freedom are never there in the
    • Sun-and-Moon united. We are aware that when our cosmic consciousness
    • is the task which then confronts you. You do it all unconsciously.
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    • With ordinary consciousness he is conscious only of his waking life,
    • unconsciously, — unconsciously, that is, even while he is
    • enters into him consciously; but subconsciously, even during waking
    • immediately forgets the dim consciousness that he had in the night by
    • it rest with them to bring these influences in full consciousness
    • clairvoyance and could perceive in a dreamlike consciousness
    • consciousness of day-time in a disordered and confused manner. We can
    • arrived at a consciousness that is intellectual in character and
    • consciousness and learn to look right into the world of the Spirit.
    • of conscious experience in the spiritual world. That is why it is so
    • unconsciously, for the most part, as far as the human beings
    • out into the universe where — all unconsciously to us —
    • consciousness, so that we may gain knowledge under His guidance of
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    • man passes from day-consciousness into sleep-consciousness —
    • which is for the man of the present time unconsciousness — he
    • borrowing the expression from conscious life — a yearning for
    • times, the conscious life that we lead in the daytime has for
    • may be described as a religious consciousness. It is, however, only
    • religious consciousness. It is, however, only because he is in the
    • physical body, that he is able to have this religious consciousness
    • spirits. Thus, the religious consciousness of man is dependent
    • on his life in the physical body, and his moral consciousness on his
    • explained to you, nothing like so strong an ego-consciousness as he
    • has now. In the daytime, when he was awake, his ego-consciousness was
    • consciousness. The religious side of man is given to him, as we saw,
    • seen, in the group-consciousness — it was with the Mystery of
    • clear consciousness of the life he had lived ere he descended to
    • Earth. And he had the same clear consciousness again just before
    • strong group-consciousness, he had at the same time also a strong
    • body here on Earth. As time went on, this consciousness became
    • times. Consequently, while they had a consciousness of their life
    • before birth, we have a consciousness rather of earthly
    • also the consciousness of our connection with the spiritual world and
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    • unconscious being as in olden times and had not acquired the power of
    • acquired self-consciousness — for then we will fight to the
    • are, just because their consciousness is so particularly keen and
    • crosses the Threshold and, looking consciously into the spiritual
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    • prevailing consciousness of our time, during earthly life. Within and
    • on the Earth. Unaware of it as we are in our normal consciousness, we
    • thought-picture, — only it is a consciousness pertaining to the
    • stars that thinks it, whilst here on Earth an earthly consciousness
    • full consciousness in the past earthly life to the dim consciousness
    • we had as a little child. For we are now in a state of consciousness
    • transcending the consciousness we had on Earth, even as our earthly
    • consciousness as grown-up men and women transcends the dreamy state
    • dream-consciousness of childhood, he will have lived in fuller
    • consciousness six times as long. So now again he lives six times
    • longer than his entire Earth-life in the still fuller consciousness
    • consciousness was darkened for a longer time, — I mean the
    • higher-than-earthly consciousness which he underwent in the spiritual
    • our consciousness, amid the Beings of the Hierarchies in the
    • of Mercury, Venus and Moon, the more we lose the consciousness of
    • precisely: the consciousness we enter into now contains only the
    • birth. First he experiences the ascent to independent consciousness
    • within the spirit-sphere. Thereafter, this consciousness is gradually
    • is thus growing into conscious spiritual knowledge. This is the one
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    • consciousness see the physical Sun, Zarathustra beheld a great and
    • that we, as human beings possessing the ordinary consciousness of
    • ordinary consciousness. Men who lived three, four, five thousand
    • and be conscious of how the Spirit of the Sun has come from the vast
    • dreamed of another kind of consciousness such as had been possessed
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    • consciousness of the man you were on Earth — consciousness in
    • Therefore full consciousness and freedom are never there in the
    • Sun-and-Moon united. We are aware that when our cosmic consciousness
    • is the task which then confronts you. You do it all unconsciously.
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    • With ordinary consciousness he is conscious only of his waking life,
    • unconsciously, — unconsciously, that is, even while he is
    • enters into him consciously; but subconsciously, even during waking
    • immediately forgets the dim consciousness that he had in the night by
    • it rest with them to bring these influences in full consciousness
    • clairvoyance and could perceive in a dreamlike consciousness
    • consciousness of day-time in a disordered and confused manner. We can
    • arrived at a consciousness that is intellectual in character and
    • consciousness and learn to look right into the world of the Spirit.
    • of conscious experience in the spiritual world. That is why it is so
    • unconsciously, for the most part, as far as the human beings
    • out into the universe where — all unconsciously to us —
    • consciousness, so that we may gain knowledge under His guidance of
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    • man passes from day-consciousness into sleep-consciousness —
    • which is for the man of the present time unconsciousness — he
    • borrowing the expression from conscious life — a yearning for
    • times, the conscious life that we lead in the daytime has for
    • may be described as a religious consciousness. It is, however, only
    • religious consciousness. It is, however, only because he is in the
    • physical body, that he is able to have this religious consciousness
    • spirits. Thus, the religious consciousness of man is dependent
    • on his life in the physical body, and his moral consciousness on his
    • explained to you, nothing like so strong an ego-consciousness as he
    • has now. In the daytime, when he was awake, his ego-consciousness was
    • consciousness. The religious side of man is given to him, as we saw,
    • seen, in the group-consciousness — it was with the Mystery of
    • clear consciousness of the life he had lived ere he descended to
    • Earth. And he had the same clear consciousness again just before
    • strong group-consciousness, he had at the same time also a strong
    • body here on Earth. As time went on, this consciousness became
    • times. Consequently, while they had a consciousness of their life
    • before birth, we have a consciousness rather of earthly
    • also the consciousness of our connection with the spiritual world and
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    • unconscious being as in olden times and had not acquired the power of
    • acquired self-consciousness — for then we will fight to the
    • are, just because their consciousness is so particularly keen and
    • crosses the Threshold and, looking consciously into the spiritual
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    • prevailing consciousness of our time, during earthly life. Within and
    • on the Earth. Unaware of it as we are in our normal consciousness, we
    • thought-picture, — only it is a consciousness pertaining to the
    • stars that thinks it, whilst here on Earth an earthly consciousness
    • full consciousness in the past earthly life to the dim consciousness
    • we had as a little child. For we are now in a state of consciousness
    • transcending the consciousness we had on Earth, even as our earthly
    • consciousness as grown-up men and women transcends the dreamy state
    • dream-consciousness of childhood, he will have lived in fuller
    • consciousness six times as long. So now again he lives six times
    • longer than his entire Earth-life in the still fuller consciousness
    • consciousness was darkened for a longer time, — I mean the
    • higher-than-earthly consciousness which he underwent in the spiritual
    • our consciousness, amid the Beings of the Hierarchies in the
    • of Mercury, Venus and Moon, the more we lose the consciousness of
    • precisely: the consciousness we enter into now contains only the
    • birth. First he experiences the ascent to independent consciousness
    • within the spirit-sphere. Thereafter, this consciousness is gradually
    • is thus growing into conscious spiritual knowledge. This is the one
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    • defined consciousness of self, no such clearly defined
    • I-consciousness. It had hardly occurred to human beings that they
    • sleep, consciousness did not become totally darkened as it does
    • spiritual world, though only with a dull and dreamlike consciousness.
    • awake. At such times the I-consciousness abated even more than by
    • lacked consciousness of self, to be sure, but in which they were
    • the human souls of that time, and this consciousness, this life in
    • I-consciousness we have today. We could never have known that we are
    • order to exchange it for I-consciousness. In the future, we shall
    • have both at the same time. While maintaining our I-consciousness, we
    • clairvoyant; later, the consciousness of becoming an I grew ever more
    • worlds with his ordinary consciousness. Earlier, however, he dwelt in
    • them, both during the sleeping consciousness of the night and in that
    • spiritual realities during particular states of consciousness: during
    • I-consciousness, the consciousness of being human, is known as the
    • that consciousness of self might gradually attain the peak of its
    • some other condition of life and consciousness prevailed.
    • I-consciousness. This was not possible previously, because the human
    • Age. I-consciousness had become firmly established, memory of the
    • without taking this most significant event into one's consciousness.”
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    • a self-conscious reasoning power, a self-conscious power of judgment,
    • self-consciousness, the possibility of saying “I” to
    • physical world; only here could he attain a real consciousness of
    • self. With this self-consciousness is inseparably connected what we
    • coming to the I, to self-consciousness. In the future, the human
    • being will acquire again, in addition to his consciousness of self,
    • man might become a self-conscious, inward, spiritual being — in
    • order that he might ascend to the consciousness of self and be able
    • when he scarcely descended with consciousness into the physical,
    • the definition of the I, of self-consciousness.
    • I-consciousness. This age began at a comparatively late date, about
    • continued, man's I-consciousness would have grown ever stronger, to
    • occurred, he would have lost completely the consciousness that there
    • beings had gradually attained power of judgment and I-consciousness,
    • I-consciousness and through their own powers, the connection with the
    • that the I can recognize them through the ordinary consciousness of
    • self-consciousness. “Change the inclination, change the former
    • world of rapture outside of consciousness!”
    • and the attainment of I-consciousness was achieved, but that it was
    • also possible as a result of this to gain consciousness of these
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    • have truths but to add something to them. Be conscious, my dear
    • however, clairvoyant consciousness has the feeling that it is untrue
    • feminine appears to clairvoyant consciousness as if it had not
    • Above all, we must become conscious of how the contrast
    • I — the I-consciousness as it has developed especially since
    • conscious that certain events of earthly existence are connected with
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    • consciousness of the existence of a spiritual world, because he could
    • This consciousness of the spiritual world gradually
    • self-consciousness. These forces all began during Kali Yuga. While
    • self-consciousness. Do not suppose, however, that this knowledge of
    • self-consciousness has already been cultivated to a high degree. It
    • consciousness, however, had there not been this Dark Age. In the
    • it was possible to attain consciousness of the spiritual world
    • consciousness of God awakens in him. This gradually grows into his I,
    • I-consciousness, the human I-consciousness. The Godhead appears as
    • times, however, consciousness did not reach as far as this unified
    • mysticism: the deep, mystical consciousness of the One God, Who can
    • that a consciousness of God was given to man that is closely
    • acquire from this consciousness of God that is bound to the human
    • After we have won I-consciousness for ourselves, after
    • materialistic consciousness goes so far as to declare that spiritual
    • science is folly and to stamp out all consciousness of the spiritual
    • With Abraham, consciousness of God was led into the brain; as we
    • enter into a new age of Abraham, this consciousness of God is in turn
    • consciousness of God within the world of the senses, he may now lead
    • physical consciousness he will carry up again for humanity into the
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    • consciousness, and the time came when only on the basis of a long and
    • gradually been completely closed to man's normal consciousness, so
    • consciousness souls, the I, and even the higher members of the soul —
    • consciousness soul. Through it the I comes into being as pure I and
    • drop of the divine, his I; through his purified consciousness soul he
    • the I and the consciousness soul is the physical blood, and where it
    • consciousness soul, to Manas, Buddhi, and Atman. Contemporary man may
    • I-consciousness, experience the penetration of the divine-spiritual
    • consciously into their own hands. They must know how Christ will be
    • land of Shamballa. Not in a trance but in full consciousness man
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    • develop his consciousness of self, of his I. The ancient, dreamlike
    • discernment of physical appearances, to arrive at the consciousness
    • self-consciousness.
    • nevertheless, we can indicate the exact moment when the conscious
    • clairvoyant consciousness: Christ exists! The people who will
    • consciousness will understand the significance of this Fifth Gospel
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    • clairvoyant consciousness. The old clairvoyance of Atlantis expired
    • approximate date.) The clairvoyant consciousness of humanity had to
    • luminous era. Anthroposophists must walk this path consciously.
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    • picture, a process from which all conscious will is absent; in the
    • relation to the outer physical world; daytime consciousness at the
    • unconscious of what he is undertaking with his will. What we call
    • other consciousness in sleep. This is also something that human
    • the spiritual world. Realiza