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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • birth of soul and spirit, not in a figurative, allegorical sense, but
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • deeply into these things, they all fall into only one category
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • body beyond the physical. Added to these is the ego, the fourth
    • astral body, which, in turn, is permeated by the ego. It has often
    • man could not be an ego being, and it is only by virtue of his ego
    • the physical body, the astral body, in which the ego is
    • individual egos as is the case with men, but they have collective
    • group egos. Thus, the animals of a species have one common group
    • ego that governs them from without. The significant difference
    • by their individual inner egos. Moreover, a man's individual ego
    • Let us consider how the ego can gradually take a
    • must be stressed. The body permeated by the ego performs an action
    • his own, then, through his inner flexibility, the ego and the
    • should develop physically within himself through his ego being
    • ego. A person who drinks much alcohol needs less food and his body
    • called forth by the ego's inner penetration. Thus, a person can
    • externalize the activity of his ego by infusing his body with
    • the ego, and you can understand why it is that people turn to it.
    • forces of his ego when he abstains from alcohol altogether. By
    • accomplished through the activity of the ego itself if the
    • The ego, unique spark of divinity in man. It makes
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • being — physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego
    • ego are outpoured into the great world bordering on physical
    • life of feeling. Feelings fall into two categories: those of pleasure
    • the physical, etheric, astral bodies and the ego — are worlds
    • ego form one world; the other is the higher World, the Heaven world.
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • four members of physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. He will also come to
    • This exercise is based on the fact that the person's ego is brought
    • a picture of it. Connecting the ego, that is, the spiritual kernel of man's
    • that is due to an insufficient control of the ego over the astral body. Some
    • is, strength of the ego over the astral body. If we subject ourselves to this
    • A most important means of strengthening the control of the ego over the
    • are, human vanity and egoism usually favor what one wants to do. Therefore,
    • is important because in this way the control of the ego over the astral
    • The control of the ego over the astral body is also strengthened when we
    • It is advisable for the strengthening of the ego to reflect on the fact that
    • strengthen the influence of the ego over the astral body, the astral body
    • The ego, unique spark of divinity in man. It makes possible
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • egotism, not a decrease. The leaders of the mysteries thus set great
    • that he could do so only at the price of increased egotism. By
    • could experience the human self, the human ego, far more strongly than
    • cosmos. Whereas egotism resided in man's penetration into his
    • by remaining man, not by increasing his egotism or pride. It now
    • essence by descending into egotism or by rising into pride.”
    • strengthening his soul on the one mystery path that leads to egotism,
    • acquire the capacity of transcending egotism, of conquering egotism
    • into egotism and pride but that remains within the element of love.
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • received the ego of Zarathustra in his twelfth year and the Christ in his
    • out of its egoism as the weather changes. But in winter, the earth and its
    • man felt how the sun's forces were always victorious over the egoism of the
    • earth. We know that the physical sun triumphs over the egoism of the earth
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • the Ego of Zarathustra. The other, coming from the Nathan line of the
    • life of the latter the Ego of Zarathustra passed over into him from
    • thirtieth year the Nathan child with the Ego of Zarathustra made
    • 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
    • his Ego awakens. What occurs before this? Three things, which I have
    • pointed out in former lectures, precede the awakening of the Ego in
    • the awakening of his Ego-consciousness. In our present post-Atlantean
    • epoch, and we now recapitulate it in infancy before our Ego awakens to
    • Ego-consciousness has awakened, is destined by means of the rudiments
    • of this Ego to bring himself to a vertical position, to raise himself
    • poured the Ego into man out of their own substance. And the first
    • directly to serve the human being who, through his Ego when it awakens
    • Ego-consciousness awakens, the awakening coming after he has learnt to
    • to the Ego-consciousness is to form ideas, to think. This power of
    • that the Ego can be grasped. In order that thinking, too, might be
    • into disorder in its activity on the Ego, there came the fourth
    • And the Life shall become the Light of my Ego.
    • And may the Divine Thought shine into my Ego
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  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • human ego or I. In the Lemurian age the sense organs would have
    • and willing. In the post-Atlantean period the human ego itself was
    • Because the ego or I at this time was to take its place as a living factor in
    • ego and the powers of the cosmos lest it become their plaything. This
    • might have happened. The ego might have so developed that it could not
    • those who felt the coming derangement of the ego, so that although all
    • different degrees of derangement in egos given over to elemental beings.
    • the illumination of what preserves the integrity of the ego toward the
    • the pressure toward the ego and, on the other side, human beings
    • suffering disorder through the ego itself. Then, standing in this space, is
    • harmony the ego that was to come into the world.
    • this human ego, through the fourth Christ event, the Mystery of Golgotha,
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • considering British proposals for peace negotiations. Under these
    • spiritual-intellectual being as astral body and ego, and during this
    • negotiated in 1897 by President Faure of France and Czar Nicolas II
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • own egos, but in order that it may stream upward into the spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • which is the actual bearer of the Ego, i.e. the human Self. This human
    • mean by declaring that the ego does not display independent activity until the
    • special super-sensible nature of the human ego. It happens that the human
    • governing activity of the ego within the bodily organization does not
    • develop until the fourth life stage. But on the other hand, the ego carries
    • on its evolution throughout a series of incarnations. If the ego possessed
    • ego forces possible. But it enters this earthly life after having spent
    • body by the ego earlier than was destined by the being of the essential
    • focuses his attention upon the difference in the activity of the ego in the
    • world, the world out of which human astral life and the human ego
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • evolve. For the only way to learn to know the human being in his Ego
    • the recognition of the Ego, of which I have just spoken, there will
    • will learn to know one another as Ego-beings.
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • Now, I would say that the mere egoistic, soul-stirring talk of loving
    • the most part, terribly egoistic. Many a man is supported by what he
    • shelling-out of the Ego from its experiences, must be specially
    • towards linking up the Ego more and more with its experiences.
    • the same with the 11, the 12 year old child and so on. Egoism has
    • spirits that work upon human egotism. One sees all that gives rise to
    • how selfishness may be cured, and egotism destroyed because of its
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • differentiation. It is permeated by the forces of the Ego. — That
    • Warmth-organism        Ego
    • The warmth-organism is paramountly the field of the Ego. The Ego
    • and activity of the soul unless we remember that the Ego works
    • directly upon the warmth. It is primarily the Ego in man which
    • Ego generate impulses of will? From a different point of view we have
    • does the Ego, which holds together the impulses of will, send these
    • warmth-organism. An impulse of will proceeding from the Ego works upon
    • into an organism — is the Ego.
    • warmth-organism, his Ego gives rise to what comes to expression when
    • And now we come to the Ego. This human Ego, which by way of the will
    • similar way of the Ego and the warmth-organism.
    • interpenetrates, and because the Ego is in the warmth-organism it also
    • warmth-organism, permeated as it is with the forces of the Ego, also
    • the Ego works in the circulating blood. It works in the circulating
    • the Ego and the astral body are outside. But in the sleeping human
    • understand the connection of the Ego with the astral body and with the
    • whole organism. During sleep, when the Ego and the astral body are
    • warmth-organism in which the Ego otherwise works. These elements are
    • a way during sleep as during the waking state, when the Ego and the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • the warmth-organism, the Ego. By recognizing this we can as it were
    • himself connected with his bodily nature. As an Ego he would feel no
    • at death the etheric body, the astral body, and the Ego emerge from
    • with all the impressions we have had. Our Ego was living in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • fructification by the will which rises up from his egohood, there
    • laid that which comes from the individual egohood, and the seed is
    • egotistical action is different from an action permeated by love.
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • losing the world for our ego-consciousness; of being so surrounded and
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • antipathies are the antecedents of human egotism. The greater a man's
    • egotism, the more strongly is the element of antipathy working in him.
    • egohood.
    • being can promote overweening egotism when it gets the upper hand —
    • excessive egotism — if all this is possible, what is there to be said
    • time, when owing to the development of the ego we no longer feel any
    • really living connection with the external world, when with our ego we
    • the ego and astral body are outside the physical body; but our waking,
    • enunciated as a categorical truth in every book of physics today. But
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • the following way: When Man wakes up in the morning and his ego and
    • experiences in his astral body and his ego, but not in the ordinary
    • 4. Ego = perception of the echo of the Zodiac
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. We remain entirely
    • secondly of etheric body, thirdly of astral body, fourthly of ego. But
    • ego.
    • into the single point of the ego something that, filled out by the
    • whole world from this single point of his ego, were he not to rise
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • brought with him, there Lives the ego, which, having passed through
    • many earthly lives, has a long evolution behind it. This ego lives in
    • as explained above, the ego retains this sympathy and extends the same
    • inner sympathy to the organs themselves. The ego spreads out
    • earliest childhood, indeed, the ego is in a certain relation to the
    • still prevailing; therefore the relation of the organs to the ego is a
    • When, later on, the ego slips with its astral body into the organs of
    • ego was present only outwardly along the paths of the blood, it now
    • the physical heart, the ego takes a different path. It slides into the
    • the ego enters into that which has been formed from the union of the
    • is not all. Inasmuch as the ego has a relation of sympathy to all that
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • organization before the human being enters with his ego into earthly
    • we can say that this invisible man also contains the ego, the astral
    • have first the ego organization (yellow); then we have the astral
    • invisible man proceed from the ego organization into the astral, then
    • stream from ego to astral body, to etheric body, to physical body
    • entire human being directly from the ego. An activity thus penetrates
    • us, a stream that flows directly from the ego into the nerve-sense
    • the ego but passing through the astral, etheric, and physical and
    • then to the ego. We have another stream that enters the physical
    • directly from the ego and then branches out over the whole body,
    • organism directly from the ego, proceeding from the ego into the
    • physical organization without mediation. The ego organization at
    • encounter him here on earth, we can say that the ego flows in the
    • blood. But the ego flows in such a way that it first ensouls its
    • etheric organizations, the ego streams through the physical
    • stream which, from the ego, takes hold of the physical organization
    • the breathing process. In the breathing process, the ego flows into
    • nerve-sense process, where the ego takes hold of the physical
    • organization directly. In the breathing process, the ego permeates
    • no longer as pure ego organization but as ego-astral organization,
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  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • influences of etheric processes, of astral processes, of ego processes. But
    • as natural science totally ignores these ego processes, these astral
    • an etheric body — a body of formative forces, an astral and an ego
    • the formative force body, and on the other, between the ego and the astral
    • relationship, when it has been disturbed, between the ego and the astral
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • also sleeping. The Ego as we know it in this earthly life is, to begin
    • Truth is, we never bring our real and inmost Ego with us from the
    • clearly. Let us imagine ourselves asleep. The Ego is away from the
    • Ego which works in the blood of man and in his movements. In sleep the
    • movements cease, inasmuch as the Ego is away; the blood however goes
    • on working, and yet the Ego is not there. We need only think of the
    • even as the Ego lives and works in it by day. Likewise the astral
    • inner organs which are the organs of respiration, and with our Ego we
    • blood from which his Ego has departed. Angels, Archangels
    • human Ego dwells in waking life by day. Moreover in the breathing organs
    • Thus when we go to sleep at night, setting forth with our Ego and
    • forsaken during sleep by the human Ego have to be cared for in the
    • conscious that his true Ego never descends from the spiritual world;
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • evolution of the Ego, through the enactment of the Mystery of
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • called egotistical pain. An older person who has died does not lose us
    • therefore only our concern. It is egotistical pain. We do not
    • two forms of pain: egotistical pain in regard to the old, a pain
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • the Ego-sense, the Thought-sense and the Speech-sense.
    • condition. The Ego — sense, the Thought-sense, the immediate
    • cannot use in art the encounters we have in life with an Ego, or with
    • arts the same relationship to the Ego and to thought can be present
    • Ego, just as he stands there in immediate reality, is not a work of
    • art. The artist has to do something with the Ego, go through a
    • process with it, through which he raises this Ego out of the
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • obedience to the “categorical imperative,” a free man
    • all the complications of the soul of man to these three categories:
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • The Ego and the Sun, or Atomism.
    • we know that the Ego lights up within the Intellectual or Mind Soul
    • Now because the Ego of man was destined from a certain point of view
    • human Ego. In the book
    • was connected with the development of his Ego, for the development of
    • the Ego is associated with the intelligence and the faculty of forming
    • kindled and quickened his Ego. His was still aware of the spirituality
    • human Ego in an absolutely concrete way. When a man says ‘ I
    • to the Sun. The Greek said to himself: Sun and Ego are the outer and
    • the Cosmic Ego. What lives within me is the human Ego.
    • springtime. There are people here and there who feel that the Ego is
    • which the Sun is related to the Ego, and we shall also realise that
    • from the Sun enable the human being to become the bearer of an Ego. We
    • an image of the Ego. The forces which determine the human form from
    • And so on the one hand the development and evolution of the Ego of man
    • not be an Ego being living on the Earth; on the other hand there could
    • connection of the astral body to the Ego, because of Saturn's relation
    • in the connection of the Ego with the astral body and in the way in
    • man. The Sun is connected more directly with the Ego, Saturn, Jupiter
    • The Sun is connected with the Ego. And then we come to the inner
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  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • intellect, as epoch of egoism and its necessary defeat.
    • may be extremely egoistical when, for instance, it gives rise to a
    • dinner — that, after all, is egoism. In the Middle Ages it would have
    • such. To do something for the higher self does not partake of egoism
    • culture is a purely intellectual age, an age of egoism. The intellect is
    • egoistical in the highest degree and it is the hallmark of our time. And so
    • upon human egoism. Only when man has overcome them will he be free of
    • egoism. The astral body of every nation, every race, every epoch, has a
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • person sleeps, the astral body and Ego are outside the physical
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • body, astral body, Ego, and so on, is really very abstract. For this
    • Ego leave this physical body and etheric body. The life of the astral
    • body and Ego is still so weak, at the present stage of their cosmic
    • the subconscious experiences through which the astral body and the Ego
    • musical activity continues. And the Ego and astral body, which are
    • Ego and the astral body remains unconscious.
    • the astral body and Ego, and flow out into the general cosmic ether.
    • said: the Ego and astral body of man, which from falling asleep to
    • as the World of Spirits, when he can follow with his own Ego-being,
    • Ego are only an indication. The reality is living activity, inwardly
    • Archai, Archangeloi, Angeloi, human Egos, animal group-souls, the
    • Kyriotetes, in this way from human Egos, in this way
    • for example, differ from the manifestations of the human Egos, or
    • Seraphim, Cherubim, and Thrones, when the human Ego is interwoven with
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • In this Ego there is revealed, in man himself, what he possesses in
    • his innermost nature he bears the true Ego which passes from
    • became conscious of the Ego-principle last of all. In pre-Christian
    • the ‘soul-sheaths’ but in the true Ego — this was
    • Ego; for through my own Ego God speaks to me. In
    • the Ego — that is the essence of the Christ Impulse. And the
    • to him through the Ego.
    • speak to man through the Ego kernel, just as it had spoken to
    • education, and that in the Ego which embraced the whole nation lie
    • Abraham was, I was the I AM.” In his Ego man experiences
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • with the beginnings of Ego-consciousness; the central core of his
    • Ego-being, he began to make claims on him. — Brotherhood gave way
    • of egoism was entirely absent. Now the age-old symbol of a wisdom that
    • human Ego. The universal Wisdom, once bestowed by Nature herself now
    • became a wisdom flowing from the Ego into human deeds and
    • Now just as human beings have developed Ego-consciousness, so too must
    • thence-forward surrounded them as the Rising of Egoism. This
    • wisdom-filled Ego builds the Ring which gives rise to the struggle for
    • since he himself is now entering into the sphere of Ego-wisdom
    • could not say: here is Ego-consciousness and there is
    • Ego-consciousness.
    • This was followed by the transition to Ego-consciousness. And now
    • think of the beginning of the Rhinegold. Is not the coming of
    • this Ego-consciousness expressed in the opening notes themselves, in
    • individualised Ego-consciousness was of the greatest significance, and
    • Knowledge of this mighty impulse developed the power of the Ego in the
    • binds all beings.” When this urge to give freedom to the Ego, to
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • rises out of their egoism. The connection with the ARCHANGELOI, with
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • Ego, etc. This is quite correct, to begin with, for it is necessary
    • astral body during the. Moon-epoch, whereas the Ego is gradually
    • the change entailed through the fact that an Ego now dwells within
    • think of it as being endowed with an Ego, and since it is endowed
    • with an Ego, we must bear in mind that it has received a certain
    • Spirits of Form, and is in keeping with the fact that an Ego had to
    • way as to become a bearer of the Ego. Together with the Ego, the
    • of an Ego. The beings that belong to the other kingdoms of Nature,
    • jump out elastically into the world when the astral body and the Ego
    • ether of the universe. When our astral body and our Ego lay aside our
    • cooperates with our Ego that is passing through its time between
    • with what he bears along within his Ego, carrying it over into the
    • and Ego, but so that they are filled with what may be experienced in
    • is meant by physical body, etheric body, astral body and Ego, we
    • one, a human being in whom the Ego is more active. It is
    • of humanity. In Dmitri we find that the Ego is preponderant; in
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • interior will have renounced every trace of egoism that may be
    • body and Ego — or Manas and Kama-Manas ... this is really
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • words categories of thought. It would never have occurred to the
    • were, to yield categories of thought; he still felt the words as
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • find our own Ego-being; and we shall behold from outside the
    • relation of this our own Ego to all the other beings. To be able to
    • own Ego, only then can we find our true way again into physical
    • as Ego being among the other beings.
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    • begotten a son by Rhea in an irregular way. Thus the Greeks speak of
    • the Greek myth — and this irregular son, who was so begotten,
    • son of Chronos and Rhea, but not begotten in the right way, so
    • incorrectly begotten that Helios, the Sun-God became so angry
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • not have attained freedom and a full consciousness of the ego.
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • profound allegorical-symbolical manner of speech they had put forward
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • friends, that one reads nowadays of the so-called Peace negotiations
    • principal negotiators. It is not uninteresting — but even
    • most important negotiator at Brest-Litowsk.
    • vastly convenient to stand back and say: Yes, negotiations are going
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • body, the ego — if we only speak of these four. But even if we
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • the correspondent cannot forego pointing out that the two authors are
    • value of the so-called peace negotiations between the Central
    • develop an independent ego within us. It is important that we bear
    • this in mind. We can develop an independent ego by reason of having
    • have of his ego in the Lemurian times was also revealed to him from
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • we call the ego. Besides this he has his astral body, and at the
    • when the ego has freed itself from this astral body, after the
    • universe, — only now the ego and the astral body take separate
    • paths. The astral body, divided from the ego, now goes its own way,
    • and in a similar manner the ego takes its own course. We cannot,
    • ego follows its path in a world very different from that of the
    • Their Relationships to Art and Religion.) the ego develops
    • makes the ego feel attracted to just this particular returning astral
    • astral body and the ego. It thus comes about that when the human
    • returns, and how the ego in a certain way finds it again. We can
    • returns again; this astral body, so to speak, now meets the ego.
    • Thus it approaches the ego. It has kinship with the planetary system.
    • The ego on its way between death and a new birth develops quite
    • transformed astral body, and the ego after having completed the
    • through the ego's feeling itself linked with the earth, feeling
    • through our ego, what grows from within outward against the
    • related to the earth forces, because the human ego on approaching
    • if we, egotistically boasting of our “higher culture,”
    • made the ego-consciousness appear with a special vigor. And the
    • ego-consciousness that thus manifested itself was united with the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • waking, both the astral body and the Ego are present outside the
    • is not possible for him to have direct consciousness of what the Ego
    • life. The reason why the Ego and astral body cannot unfold
    • evolution, Ego and astral body have no organs wherewith to become
    • these experiences are undergone by the Ego and astral body during
    • the experiences of Ego and astral body work into the life of day, by
    • sense; the Ego and astral body have separated, in essentials, from
    • And now let us consider the Ego during the hours of sleep. The Ego is
    • the Ego involved in what the human being performs with his limbs,
    • carries forth the soul-quality of the word during sleep; the Ego is
    • in waking consciousness. The Ego is involved in every movement of the
    • connection between the Ego and the limbs, we find an inclination to
    • our limbs and our movements is taken by the Ego out of our physical
    • nature. At every moment during the period of sleep, the Ego is
    • words sound trivial, the Ego is satisfied with the legs having moved
    • as well. Part of the experience of the Ego during the hours of sleep
    • spirit that is added by the Ego to what it bears outwards from the
    • the Ego in the sleeping state. The Ego carries out into sleep
    • is carried towards the Hierarchy of the Archangeloi, so is the Ego
    • And what enables the Ego to be united with the Archai? Although we
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    • Also known as: The Ego as Experience of Consciousness,
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    • unpractical. It does not wish to lead human beings in their egotism
    • sort of tendency towards the symbolic or the allegoric. Not a single
    • symbol, not a single allegorical form will be found there; everything
    • barren, allegorical symbolism, Spiritual Science leads to actual
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    • instincts to the highest degree of egoism. It develops the instincts
    • so forth. Particularly the individual side becomes an egoistic
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • etheric body, his astral body and his ego. And we know that after a
    • experiences with his ego and his astral body and together with those
    • along its path in the spiritual world, united with its ego and astral
    • not contain his astral body and his ego, as is the case when he is
    • ego carry on within our physical body while we are awake, does not
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • characterised as the rise of a particular inthrust of egoism in all
    • branches of civilised humanity, an egoism of a kind that was
    • of egoism came over the whole modern civilisation, I do not speak
    • trivially of what one generally defines as egoism, but I speak of
    • egoism in a special sense, into which we shall penetrate a little in
    • by egoism, out of this youthful freshness of the human understanding.
    • soul enabling man to really permeate, really grasp his ego, first
    • implies the finest possible elaboration of EGOISM.
    • rebuke this epoch of egoism, we should not only fall upon it with
    • external danger, we should recognise this age of egoism as the one in
    • which ego-consciousness comes to the fore with special incisiveness.
    • egoism, that presents so many temptations, in order to reach that
    • now existing mature ego-feeling, mature ego-consciousness —
    • induces mankind to solve tasks that are not only egoistic tasks, but
    • we have just passed through the age of the great egoism.
    • the egoity, for the ego. We should realise this. And we should
    • anthroposophical spiritual science, so that the ego may once more be
    • in the sphere of egoism, when we lock ourselves up in our inner
    • human soul, that is to say, the ego and the astral body, loosens
    • bed — where does the soul, that is the ego and the astral body,
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    • possible to have an ego as easily as man has one between birth and
    • calls this mirror-image his ego. It is a faithful mirror-image of the
    • real ego, but it is a mirror-image, a picture only, a
    • If another anchorage were not now available, man would have no ego at
    • all. For this ego, this ‘I’, that he has between birth
    • he leaves the body, and then he can be conscious of an ego only by
    • it is possible for him again to have an ego. And he perceives that
    • egoism of soul, which impels very many people to anthroposophical
    • acts as a mirror, reflecting the image of our ego to us —
    • you the image of the ego. The ego itself is here (= = =), but the
    • image of the ego is reflected back to you by the body. You know of
    • this ego-image when you look at the body with that centre of
    • they nevertheless live. So the ego, together with the thoughts,
    • ego-image is the body, and man calls these mirrored images his soul;
    • But this picture: There, down below, is the body; there the ego
    • permeate us through and through, we ray forth the ego:
    • We ray forth this ego from the spiritual world. We must learn to feel
    • this ego, to feel that we have within us the ego behind which stand
    • kingdoms of nature, is behind the ego that is an image only. We must
    • sense. We must learn to feel that our real ego is brought into being
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  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • or allegorical art, but true art — which means creative,
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    • the Ego. With these four members of human nature, we build up our
    • 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
    • itself from the physical. We know that we are an Ego only because we
    • 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
    • Ego, through the fact that we constantly look back upon our death, is
    • our Ego, upon that which has become inwoven with the universe,
    • and in our Ego; it is reflected in the same way in which the external
    • now detached itself, so that we now have the astral body, the Ego and
    • the Ego therefore remain to us from our earthly life.
    • up within us; we now experience it inwardly. And our Ego rises
    • upon Venus; our Ego rises up as a prototype of the Life-Spirit.
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    • nature, striving after the unity of the Ego. At this still primitive
    • true Ego, the gift of the earth, depends upon the fact that the
    • human being his Ego-nature.
    • the Ego-nature rays into a nation such as the old Finnish nation,
    • something more spiritual than the Ego-nature and more strongly
    • develops his Ego within it — that is to say, with the spirits
    • time is the earthly element, the Ego-forming element. When another
  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • the whole system of man, his astral body and ego. Let us now recall that the
    • actually within them with his ego and soul being. It is in the daytime, when
    • we are awake, that the astral body and ego are within the physical and
    • of this is that the human ego and astral body first receive a revelation of
    • first meeting; and because man is always with part of his astral body and ego
    • that during the waking state we are both with our ego and astral body within
    • and ego, which during the day, when we are awake, is within the physical and
    • gates of death, the ego and astral body are naturally at first far more
    • world perceive the inner — because the astral body and ego of Miss A
    • are always doing with a large part of our ego and astral body — through
    • conception intended to be taken allegorically.’ Or else they say:
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    • immediately call it egoistic; it would be better to express it this
    • point of view. If a man is a thoroughgoing egoist he will not profit
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    • egoistic desire for recovery; in fact there has to be knowledge of
    • of a physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego, even if people
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego play in the healthy
    • ego, then however much you study anatomy and physiology you would not
    • blood is the expression of the ego nature of man. And if Goethe's
    • man's being, namely the ego. And scientific methods must be
    • the ego, a member of the human being that is at a high level. Even as
    • ego, and these ailments also appear in a way — but in a limited
    • way — in the expression of the ego, the blood. Then there are
    • types of illnesses connected with the ego itself and therefore also
    • bearer of the ego. I could speak to you for hours about the types of
    • of view in the blood and from the spiritual point of view in the ego.
    • ourselves what the actual basic character of the ego is like. What
    • with one or another basic soul character of the ego. Certain chronic
    • character type his ego is, otherwise you are bound to go wrong with
    • as they can have a direct or indirect influence on the ego. When you
    • the character of the ego. To find the right cure, you need, in
    • connected physically with the blood and spiritually with the ego.
    • works best of all when the Illness is actually in a person's ego
    • carried out in the right way, their effect on the ego will entirely
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    • you still see the etheric body, the astral body and the ego aura. You
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    • body, etheric body, astral body and ego. These four members of man's
    • astral body and the ego are to a certain extent outside these. But
    • more accurately today. The astral body and the ego are not active in
    • interpenetrated by an astral body and something resembling an ego.
    • higher entities. When the human being's own astral body and ego
    • human body cannot remain without there being an ego and an astral
    • body active within it, so there also has to be an ego and an astral
    • have to say that the ego and the astral body that are active in the
    • activity of the human being's own astral body and ego. If we want to
    • imagine the ego as it is nowadays, in the waking state, we have to
    • tell ourselves that this human ego is within the human body when man
    • larger ego of its sphere of influence. What does our own limited ego
    • this ego that has freed itself in the daytime from the large cosmic
    • ego and that has a free hand in the human body, descends into the
    • cosmic ego during the night and foregoes its own activity. And
    • because the day ego descends into the cosmic ego, the cosmic ego can
    • accumulated during the day. Because the day ego sinks down into the
    • cosmic ego it is possible for the night ego to be active in an
    • visualise the relationship of the day ego to the night ego as though
    • the day ego described a circle, passing through the greater part of
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    • between man's ego, astral body, etheric body and physical body. What
    • there is to say about the fourth member, the ego, is best seen if we
    • by the ego in the course of the twenty-four hours of the day. One day
    • with its twenty-four hours, during which the ego experiences day and
    • we say that what the ego goes through in a day is based on the number
    • similar way to our astral body is the number seven. Whereas the ego
    • and we can say that our ego returns to its starting-point after a day
    • returns to the same point after seven days. So whilst the ego goes
    • etheric body, astral body and ego have evolved through Saturn, Sun,
    • astral body and ego. And then you hear that work is done by the ego,
    • scheme: physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. You know,
    • we know of physical body, etheric body, astral body, ego,
    • body, etheric body, astral body and ego, you have four. And you are
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • the physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego, enables us to
    • complexes of the physical body itself. That is, the ego has its chief
    • presented the illnesses arising out of the ego as such, and which
    • entirely different situation from anything met with in life. His ego
    • aside as well as his physical body, hence this combination of ego,
    • follows the life that is determined by the combination of ego and
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • it is just the activity of the ego in the organism that calls forth
    • only possible in a being that has his ego within his own organism and
    • whose ego is not a group ego as it is with the animals. For laughing
    • the ego-hood within the bodily nature. What happens when a person
    • weeps? Weeping can only come about when the ego feels weak in
    • relation to what faces it in the environment. If the ego is not in
    • possession of ego-hood, man feels a certain disharmony in his
    • How does he restore the balance? He does so in that his ego contracts
    • say that the ego feels itself to be in a certain disharmony with the
    • relationship of the ego to the environment if what we have lost were
    • ego feels forsaken. So the ego contracts the forces of its astral
    • ego, the fourth member of man's being, contracts the forces of the
    • process. The ego tries as it were to loosen the astral body, to
    • the ego is contracting the astral body. Every time someone laughs,
    • the ego is expanding and making a bulge in the astral body. Only
    • because the ego is active within man's being and not working as a
    • group ego from outside can laughing and weeping arise. Now because
    • the ego only gradually begins to be active in the child, and at birth
    • to the extent that the ego becomes master of the inner strings that
    • animal has a group soul, or we could say a group ego. Its form is
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  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • EGO IN THE DIFFERENT RACES OF MEN
    • thus understand to be a necessary consequence of the foregoing you
    • of the ego, the consciousness of Self, the foundations of which were
    • extent migrated to Atlantis, the active development of the ego would
    • actual ego being, a being with self-consciousness. These capacities
    • and who were normal, for they had not developed egoism to too great
    • an extent, nor had they developed their ego-feeling solely on a lower
    • level. With them, devotion to the outer world and ego-feeling
    • tremendously strong ego-feeling, much too soon, of course; for human
    • bodies an instrument for a strongly developed ego-feeling. This made
    • the body hardened in egoism as it were, and it became impossible for
    • who had not reached anything like a normal ego-feeling because they
    • peoples whose ego impulse was developed too strongly, so that it
    • permeated their whole being and made it a manifestation of egohood,
    • people whose ego-feeling was too little developed migrated to the
    • it were. Now the colour of egohood is red or copper or a yellowish
    • brown. And an overpowering feeling of ego arising from offended
    • people, however, who had developed their ego being too little, and
    • developed their ego-feeling in a normal way. The human beings who had
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    • actual ego of man is born. Not until then does the human being awaken
    • to his full inner intensity and the ego that has evolved through the
    • so it dies. The animal still has an astral body, but no ego.
    • astral body of the animal has no ego within it in the physical world.
    • The animal's ego is a group ego; it embraces a whole group and exists
    • as group ego in the astral world, where its possibilities of
    • tendency continues to live itself out to the full until an ego might
    • be born; but the ego is not there, it is on the astral plane.
    • twenty-one, when the ego is born in man, his development is
    • identical to that of an animal, for that is not the case. The ego is
    • of twenty-one, he is from the outset no animal being, for the ego,
    • it is essentially this ego that can be educated. For it is this ego,
    • ego received nothing new in a further incarnation, man would not be
    • enriching his ego, and reaches higher levels from one incarnation to
    • another. It is because man bears within him an ego that has already
    • attained as an ego in his Previous incarnation. This can be
    • his ego, and he has been gradually developing these principles. But
    • within the ego he is increasingly bringing experiences of a new kind
    • our ego. Henceforth, however, they will need what is formed by the
    • ego itself, man s new creation out of pure relations, which is no
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    • body, etheric body, astral body and Ego was changed by the force
    • Michelangelo added four so-called ‘allegorical’ figures,
    • no particularly good photographs of these allegorical figures, you
    • allegorical figure of ‘Night’ with occult vision. We can
    • then say to ourselves: when a human being is asleep, his Ego and
    • body and Ego have left. As we go about during the day our gestures
    • Ego are within the physical and etheric bodies. But at night the
    • astral body and Ego are outside and the etheric body alone is in the
    • astral and etheric bodies were as quiescent as possible and the Ego
    • of the Ego than that portrayed by Michelangelo in the figure of
    • ‘Day’. The postures are not allegorical but drawn
    • evolutionary process most aptly express the activity of the Ego and
    • body, the astral body and the Ego from a man's physical body, we
    • diminished activity of the etheric body and Ego, we shall find the
    • etheric body and of the Ego (in the figures of ‘Night’
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    • the human Ego, the ‘I’. A distinction must however be
    • Ego, as ‘I’; he finds himself so at home in his ‘I’
    • and races; hence in that sense there is something egoistic about
    • same stage and the element of religious egoism would be in evidence
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    • with the Macrocosm. A twelfth century allegory. Reference to
    • Ego-consciousness. In his astral consciousness, in his
    • Ego-consciousness. To believe that would be to misunderstand entirely
    • spiritual world only in their Ego-consciousness, only in what
    • expresses itself as Ego-consciousness on the physical plane.
    • part in their Ego-consciousness only and not in the consciousness
    • his own Ego and astral body. When does a human being allow his limbs
    • leaves and blossoms? When his Ego and astral body leave his bodily
    • organism. What the sun does to the plant, the Ego and astral body do
    • must turn to the sun as man's body must turn to the Ego and astral
    • to know what occult investigation reveals, namely that the Ego and
    • dependent upon the sun and the forces operating in space. The Ego and
    • sunlight withdraws; in respect of his Ego and astral body, however,
    • shining. In his Ego and astral body man has emancipated himself from
    • Earth and to its forces; but the Ego and astral body belong to the
    • forces of the Cosmos. After the death of the human being Ego and
    • the twelfth century a story, a splendid allegory, became current in
    • own direct vision of the spiritual world that the Ego and astral body
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    • his Ego and astral body when these members are outside his physical
    • maintained between the spiritual man, that is to say, Ego and astral
    • physical and etheric bodies remain in the bed, while the Ego and
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and Ego. This connection can
    • picture of the Ego when a human being is asleep, actually becomes
    • twofold. During the waking state the Ego-aura holds together in the
    • spreads out below. This part of the Ego-aura appears to clairvoyance
    • infinitudes of the world of stars. The Ego-aura is thus divided —
    • human being; with the Ego-forces that permeate him in the waking
    • Ego-aura seems to envelop the human form.
    • while a human being is asleep. The upper part of the Ego-aura
    • Now that part of the Ego-aura which streams downwards
    • quite rightly from a certain standpoint — that the Ego and
    • true only as regards the upper parts of the Ego-aura and astral aura.
    • It is not correct as regards the parts of the Ego-aura and astral
    • these parts of the astral aura and of the Ego-aura are more closely
    • kindled by the lower Ego-aura and lower astral aura. The vitalising
    • body and Ego; this is absolutely correct as regard the upper parts of
    • the Ego-aura and astral aura, especially of the Ego-aura. But if you
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    • not divide into two categories, one composed of people devoted
    • the other category would hold themselves aloof in a life patterned on
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    • to the Ego. The bodily organs are pervaded by the Spirits of Form
    • Ego, together with everything that belongs to these members. We know,
    • ‘I’ or Ego which, basically speaking, passes through all
    • or Ego which have enabled him to think, to speak and adopt the
    • down to a level below that of these Spirits of Form. To what category
    • belonging to the Ego. Otherwise, if Luciferic Spirits did not
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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
    • of Ego-consciousness. If we observe human life with discernment we
    • category as its polar antithesis. When man's form has developed until
    • principles belonging to the first category come from the Spirits of
    • the Ego. We know that man received the germ of his physical body from
    • the regular Spirits of Form into an Ego-bearing being and that this
    • — the Ego. This happens in the early years of life, in the
    • what comes into the category of intangible but sovereign authority.
    • his Ego? How did this soul-content differ from what existed before
    • alone but also by a certain category of Luciferic spirits of the
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    • are living within our own Ego-hood. Such is the difference when the
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    • egotistic mysticism in one life, hypochondria in the next, defective
    • were obliged again to forego the right guidance and could not become
    • attitude of soul but an attitude based on sheer egoism. They were
    • people with a pious, even mystical nature emanating from egoism.
    • After all, mysticism very often has its origin in egoism. An
    • have acquired is an egotistic attitude of soul.
    • basic attitude of the soul was that of egotistic mysticism, egotistic
    • developed a religious frame of mind out of sheer egoism. They then
    • man consists of physical body, etheric body, astral body and Ego,
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    • know that the Ego of Zarathustra had lived in this body; that the
    • least of spirit, a world grasped and explored directly by the Ego and
    • spirit spoke out of the Ego, as it can do, in concepts that were
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    • anthroposophical explanations. I mean the Jesus in whom lived the Ego
    • development appropriate for so lofty an Ego in that period. We know
    • also that the Zarathustra Ego passed over into the body of the other
    • child we cannot say that in him there lived an ordinary human ego
    • Earth itself is essentially the scene of action for the Ego. The
    • which the Ego-force could come to necessary expression on Earth. The
    • Ego had been brought to its highest stage in Zarathustra. The souls
    • who had taken part in the evolution of the Ego would never have found
    • feeling and willing, and the harmonisation in the Ego, this last
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    • bound up with the Earth and belongs to it; the Ego which is the
    • reveals itself in the Ego through calm repose, when the Sibylline
    • and to make manifest that which lives in the Ego.
    • the Ego wishes to establish a relationship with its god, how does
    • commandments that arise when the Ego stands directly over against God
    • and receives from God the rule, the precept, that the Ego must follow
    • the Ego in the soul. And the Prophets immediately wax wrath if
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    • out the forces that speak through the clarity of the Ego. This indeed
    • those which can speak through the Ego.
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    • ego which is not a relic from other periods of evolution. It is the
    • laws of Earth which prevail and are active when the ego fashions man
    • Ego. But deep in the background of your being lies your invisible
    • earthly laws of the embodiment of the Ego, we look towards the
    • body, etheric body, astral body, Ego, — etheric body, astral body,
    • ego, — astral body, ego, and with the ego itself.
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    • 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.
    • 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
    • strengthening of his Ego-consciousness, which must be brought about
    • existence between death and a new birth he has observed that his Ego
    • the impulse to strengthen his Ego, and this leads him into the
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    • sleep, too, indirectly, when with our ego and astral body we are
    • egoism. Let us not fail to realize how many relationships we develop
    • to this or that human being as a result of vanity or egoism —
    • vanity and egoism and the like? Let us not think for a moment that a
    • until then does he as ego — now in the spiritual world —
    • work in a purely spiritual way into other egos. Formerly he worked by
    • past can also work directly as an ego — albeit at the same time
    • our ego, are under constant influences from those long dead. In our
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    • grasped in the physical world, to the ego. With these four members of
    • 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
    • that we are an ego only because we know that we have died, that our
    • 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
    • the manner in which we grasp our ego, through the fact that we
    • namely, with our astral body and our ego, upon that which has become
    • we still possess, in our astral body and in our ego; it is reflected
    • now have the astral body, the ego and the Spirit-Self.
    • The astral body and the ego therefore remain to us from
    • within us; we now experience it inwardly. And our ego rises up
    • upon Venus; our ego rises up as a prototype of the Life-Spirit.
    • We now consist of Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and ego.
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    • an Ego-consciousness after death. The Ego consciousness is aroused
    • I am an Ego.”
    • 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
    • world, not of our Ego. In this experience, it actually is as if that
    • only the Ego and the astral body, and when we, of course, look back.
    • Thus we now live, as we see, within our Ego and our
    • bodies, continue to live in their astral bodies and their Egos. You
    • body and in our Ego.
    • Our Ego lights up in self-consciousness through the
    • our astral body and our Ego. Thus we see that just the opposite thing
    • death, as astral body and Ego, and remain united with the human
    • astral body and then in the Ego when the astral body has been laid
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    • expression of an ego, but he also belongs to a certain people, i.e.,
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    • active in such a way that man is hardly aware of his ego. In the
    • they perceive centers therein. These centers are the human egos,
    • human egos. just therefore as to us, colors and sounds, warmth and
    • merely as an allegory, but as representing as nearly as possible the
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    • Indian took longer to develop the Ego, and remained longer in a state
    • Indian obtained the subjective Ego long before the objective Ego. See
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    • places the ego among other egos. It was able to found the whole
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    • allegories in the forms of the building. Of that there is no question
    • all mysterious in it, not a single symbol, nothing allegorical or the
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    • purposes only by actual thinking by the conscious ego. They rejected
    • allegorical figures, arranged two and two: Day and Night, Dawn and
    • allegories without force and without vitality. Use every means that
    • then if we remember that what anthroposophy calls the ego and the
    • soul is to be found within the human ego as Anthroposophy teaches, in
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    • Spiritual Science: during sleep the Ego and astral body are outside
    • Ego and astral body are generally in the immediate neighbourhood of
    • towards initiation, one can notice on waking from sleep how the Ego
    • machinery in a steamer or a railway train has stirred up in his Ego
    • with what the Ego and astral body experience as the inner law and
    • destructive element when in his Ego and astral body he comes down
    • Jahve-Hierarchy. In those times the souls of men — Ego and
    • fact that in the development of language the Ego-concept, the concept
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    • developed among men. It still contains a great amount of egoism. Of
    • weakness and egoism, because he could not bear that sight. Compassion
    • pronounced EGOISM. Egoism is restrained falsehood.
    • say that this is egoism, that it is selfish to be good and noble. No,
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • Conquering Egotism.
    • Conquering Egotism.
    • have before us the Ego, the so-called astral body, the etheric body
    • body, by the astral body and by the Ego. It may sound strange to you
    • astral body and by the Ego. It is abandoned by these bodies and then
    • corpse, carried through space by your Ego, your astral body and your
    • Ego in man are not instruments of cognition, but they remain, as it
    • which the Ego was designated by a name, and if this name was uttered,
    • applicable to the Ego, which was only known to the initiates, had
    • applicable to the Ego.
    • proceeding from the Ego; during the second post-Atlantean epoch, a
    • after death. Out of pure egoism they take an interest in the life of
    • This egoistic character of our modern world conception depends on
    • leading up to the present time, the egoistic element chiefly
    • developed in man; the Ego has permeated our world conception and the
    • Ego has also permeated the human will. Let us not fall a prey to any
    • Most egoistic of all have become religions, religious creeds. Even
    • egoistic. Consider how much a modern priest must reckon with people's
    • egoism. The more he takes into account human egoism, the more
    • One result of this egoistic interest in the life after death is the
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    • and goes out with his Ego and astral body, there arises a kind of
    • and Ego. There is activity in man's inner being and we feel that
    • with frost, I might say, so the astral body and the Ego, when
    • astral body, and the Ego began to unfold during the earthly stage
    • the Ego. Man says “I” to himself only because he is a
  • Title: Lecture: The Coming Experience of Christ
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    • elaborated, and as the ego is being fashioned at the present time.
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    • on himself, and from this he can learn the true nature of egoism.
    • selfless love — is, and what egoism is, and from this
    • develop egoism.
    • fine perception of the nature of egoism, brings us right into the
    • upon ourselves and our own egoity; whereas in spiritual knowledge we
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • like this about so-and-so, but I do not like that.” Foregone
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    • This came about, not for any egotistical reason, but as a result of the
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    • — and we can truly say: the human Ego, pulsating in the blood,
    • which we call the Ego of man moves through the blood. And as the
    • human Ego — the essential Spirit of man — lives in the
    • carbon, so in a manner of speaking the Ego of the Universe lives as
    • spiritual essence which is accessible to us on Earth: the human Ego,
    • in its image, as the Spirit or the Ego — living in a physical
    • brings about an inner order between our Ego and our ether
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    • for the Ego. The animal has not yet the Ego. Let us hold fast to this
    • idea: The brain serves as an underlying basis for the Ego, but the animal
    • has not yet an Ego. Therefore the animal's brain is only on the
    • way to Ego-formation. In man it goes on and on — to the full forming
    • of the Ego.
    • is here excreted to nerve as a basis for the Ego. Now on the basis of
    • for Ego-development.
    • for man as you know carries his Ego down on to the Earth; in the animal,
    • Ego potentially remains. Just because the animal itself does
    • not reach up to the Ego, more Ego remains there potentially. Hence,
    • still contains the Ego-potentiality.
    • to the plant root. That is to say, we bring Ego to the root
    • with the manure, the Ego-potentiality of the plant develops.
    • in their turn develop the real Ego-forces. These they give off in the
    • dung, and the Same Ego-forces will cause the plant in its turn to grow
    • Ego-force — an Ego-force in process of becoming. Through the whole
    • way it lives in the Earth, the root absorbs this nascent Ego-force.
    • The root is assisted in absorbing this Ego-force if it can find the
    • the Ego-forces on the one hand, and on the other hand assist what passes
    • have absorbed the Ego-force. At the Same time, since it has to remain
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    • and touch an external object. Every perception of the Ego,
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    • world, however, he must strengthen his ego, his I. With the
    • strengthening of the ego, however, the aforementioned qualities also
    • is usually nothing other than his own I or ego made into God. With many
    • nothing other than the God imprinted with their own egos. Mystical
    • one's own dear ego, especially into the parts of the ego into
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    • body, we feel as though we were no longer master of our ego. We
    • thought our ego filled our soul being through and through, but now it
    • to us the true, super-sensible nature of our ego, and enters into what
    • we have imprinted into our body. Our ego arises again and again out
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    • when awake, our ego and astral body are within our physical body. I
    • When the ego and astral body withdraw from our head, for instance,
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    • science, we take it as a foregone conclusion that we apply that same
    • the Ego to the point where we find ourselves within the
    • to thrust out what is united with our Ego through the experiences we
    • we have reached the stage not of weakening our Ego, but, just through
    • appearance of previous earth lives as something which our Ego shows
    • forget this Ego in its present stage, that means, to thrust out its
    • eternal Ego.
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    • draw man upwards again to the spiritual world fall into two categories:
    • seventh in a mighty Cosmic Ego that is like a great
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies fall away from him and his ego
    • And just as in the case of an individual human being the ego is the
    • the Christ-Ego in the astral and etheric bodies of men goes on to
    • Christ, as Astral Christ, as Ego-Christ, in order, as Ego-Christ, to
    • certain age, his ego is taken out of his bodily sheaths and a
    • different ego passes into his body. The greatest example of this is
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    • body, ethereal body, astral body and Ego;’ he will behave in
    • Ego is brought into connection with the fact, with the deed I
    • soul and spirit — the Ego, the kernel of our being, — and
    • command of the Ego over the astral body. Some people cannot bring
    • the Ego over the astral body.
    • means of strengthening the control of the Ego over the astral body is to
    • pros and the cons as well. Human vanity and egoism
    • it greatly strengthens the control of the Ego over the astral body.
    • it is for the strengthening of the Ego in its control of the astral
    • is good for the strengthening of our Ego, to meditate upon the fact
    • practices we strengthen the influence of the Ego over the astral
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    • or insipidly allegorical form. (This is frequently done when
    • world-views are given external representation: symbols or allegories
    • symbolic or allegorical negations of art
    • so rich that it can express itself, not allegorically or symbolically,
    • Dornach there is not a single symbol, not a single allegory to be
    • symbolic or allegorical is to be seen there, are just
    • Anthroposophy as immediate, unallegorical, unsymbolical plastic
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    • developing our human, thought-filled Ego we all bear within us, below
    • sense-perceptions with one's ordinary human Ego, one might be harmed.
    • The Ego, as experienced in ordinary life, must be given up, if one
    • wants to penetrate beyond the sense-perceptions. How does this Ego
    • into the chaos of destruction. This Ego must be tempered and hardened
    • with this Ego one cannot live on the far side of the outer sense-world.
    • necessary centre of evil in man, the human Ego must be forged. This
    • human Egohood cannot live beyond the sphere of the human senses in
    • the outer world. That is why the Ego-consciousness disappears in sleep,
    • The Ego which
    • surrender of the Ego; and that on penetrating fully into this further
    • interpretation of Nirvana, of the sublimest surrender of the Ego, as
    • you had to develop Egohood, everything is founded on fear. With us,
    • who had to suppress Egohood, everything was founded on love. With
    • you, there speaks the Ego that desires to assert itself. With us,
    • Nirvana spoke, while the Ego flowed out into the world in love.”
    • the West, men have a blood, a lymph, that is saturated by an Egohood
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    • needs be such a centre within us, for only in such a centre can the Ego
    • hardening of the Ego. But, as I said, if this hardening of the Ego,
    • if this egoism is carried out into social life, then evil ensues,
    • man, for otherwise he would not be able to develop his ego, but
    • is the very thing we need to give the Ego its right and proper strength.
    • in the direction of egoism, we pour moral and ethical ideals into the
    • anti-moral impulses, out of what works as evil from his egoism. Hence
    • due to the presence of egoism.
    • instinctive vision. And then they looked upon a world where egohood
    • world every time we go to sleep. When we fall asleep, the Ego is dulled,
    • world where, to begin with, the ego-power, as it develops for human
    • used to speak of Nirvana, of the end and disappearance of egohood.
    • the man of the West has developed his Ego, has allowed that hardening
    • egohood as a result of the influences I have described.
    • the Ego of man is as it were submerged, where it cannot hold itself
    • speaks to us. There we have something that is no mere allegory
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    • ‘I,’ the Ego, within the human being.
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    • individuality consisting of the Ego and of the astral body continues
    • the Ego that must constantly create itself in order to understand
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    • civilisation are so egoistic, because it has within itself no
    • revolves round him. When he does, then indeed egoistic motives
    • bottom it was in a very egoistic way that these ideas of
    • them. If they become merely an incentive to egoism, then they
    • not simple egoism, but double egoism. Yet this double egoism
    • altruistic, not to egoistic actions and sentiments.
    • but only egoistic anti-social motive forces, and one cannot
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    • this we must say to ourselves: as the human Ego is today,
    • with the world of the outer physical plane. But this Ego that
    • has become sinful is rooted in another Ego, a guiltless Ego.
    • Where then, does the Ego that is not yet interwoven with the
    • consciousness of our Ego dawned for the first time.
    • The Ego is there, although we are not aware that it is living
    • Egohood at all. The Ego looks into the surrounding world, is
    • consciousness of Egohood. In its childlike, innocent state
    • the Ego is nevertheless present and may hover before us as an
    • what your Ego is before there is any concept of it! Become
    • what you could be if you were to find your way to the Ego of
    • your childhood! Then that Ego will shine into everything
    • acquired by the Ego of your later years!’— And
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    • Ego-consciousness, to that higher state described in Paul's words:
    • the Ego I now possess but through a power which can live within me
    • and lead me beyond my human Ego. This I can only do if Christ works
    • is also a “resurrection” because the Ego is raised
    • to a higher Ego whence it has descended. The Buddhist believes in the
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    • physical body, etheric body, astral body, Ego, reincarnation, karma
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    • ask: How can the soul-and-spirit in man — to which the Ego
    • our I or Ego. Our Ego has no extension at all. It is purely
    • from space still more. And lastly when we pass on to the Ego, we go
    • (to begin with without the Ego; only in so far as
    • Then we arrive at the point, and then only do we pass over to the Ego.
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    • remain unconscious of it. When we sleep our Ego and astral body are
    • into waking life his Ego and astral body enter into the physical and
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    • innermost core of our being meets us in what we call our Ego. This
    • ego, the innermost core of our being, is, in reality, for people of
    • have the slightest inkling that such an ego is to be alluded to. I
    • gathered into a sort of focus, — into the ego. It would be
    • clear grasp of the ego and place it before us like the external
    • ego depends in the same way as the physical body is dependent upon
    • could look for the environment of the ego in the same way as we
    • to learn to know the ego in its own world must represent to himself a
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    • was what is called ego-nature which comes out in every form? It is
    • egoism flashing up in the weakest form, as longing, but we can also
    • Beings devoted to themselves, to their own Ego-nature, would in a
    • completely surrender itself — the egotism within it prevents
    • earthly ego-consciousness, we must think of ourselves at that time
    • without that which we can now acquire through our ego, but living and
    • ego-consciousness we have a Soul-life which can play its part. And
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    • but matter which at the moment of death, was shut out from the Ego,
    • body, and Ego has no meaning, it is purposeless; at that moment it is
    • ego-consciousness there. Without death he could never find it.
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    • consider it egotistical and selfish on their part, but the
    • terminology is different in their world. Egotism or not, the
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    • powers — astral body and ego; but everything is mixed
    • with the astral body and the ego we enter a totally different
    • that the human ego and astral body are much younger than the
    • stages, the astral body through two stages. The ego has only
    • ego. The physical body thus really has four elements to it.
    • etheric body, one to the astral body and one to the ego. The
    • itself, one to the astral body, one to the ego.
    • wants to go outside, and with the element relating to an ego
    • and the ego's physical body — are forsaken by the
    • ego and the astral body are then outside the parts of the
    • the ego are active and aglow in it; during the night they are
    • the ego acts like salt during sleep. Human beings thus have
    • waking, the ego and astral body, having been outside in the
    • ego and astral body enter and fill them with what they have
    • reality they are nothing but the most brutal egotism. People
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    • of course, satisfy their immediate egotistical religious
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    • symbolic and allegorical, but introduce them to the real life
    • to avoid any form of allegory, nor should you speak of
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    • this inclination is always egotistical. It always wants to
    • egotistical voluptuousness. And all the talk about the
    • much rather enjoy the egotistical voluptuousness of soulful reveling
    • true anthroposophy. It is mere egotism of soul when this true
    • is egotistical through and through.
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    • and our Ego emerge from the etheric body and the physical body. If we now
    • and the Ego are outside, he believes that there is nothing within him
    • [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
    • was to express in the Calendar the objective fact of the birth of the Ego.
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    • being, the astral body and ego, actually draw themselves out of the
    • resistance, he again feels his ego, his self-consciousness.
    • in the human being tends toward a self-conscious ego, so it is also
    • directed toward our ego. Similarly, everything the plants mediate
    • is the earth ego. This should not be said merely symbolically! As the
    • human being has his ego, so the earth has its self-conscious ego.
    • consider them in interaction with the self-conscious ego of the
    • the earth rests in its own ego, closed off within itself, retaining
    • plants on the one hand pertain to the ego of the earth and on the
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    • loneliness, which alone enables us to maintain our Ego in this
    • if loneliness would not give us this Ego-feeling in the spiritual
    • gives us our Ego feeling here on earth. To this loneliness we owe
    • the maintenance of the Ego in the spiritual world. We then learn
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    • Ego, as a firm support in man's inner being, a freedom that does
    • reach this Ego consciousness, this experience of freedom, and it
    • think that this would lead us too far into the egoistic sphere!
    • which he acquired a feeling of Ego consciousness and the
    • strong earthly Ego consciousness, to a strong earthly experience
    • reason it is unfounded and only rooted in human egoism to say:
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    • then we speak of the astral body and of the Ego organization. But
    • being is asleep, his astral body and his Ego organization are
    • from above. The Ego and the astral body really sleep in the metal
    • follows: As long as the Ego and astral body are connected with
    • the Ego and the astral body become to a certain extent
    • astral body and the Ego organization acquire, near the heart, the
    • whole Ego organization must enable the parts corresponding to
    • astral body and his Ego on the other, are separated; but there
    • physical and etheric body and the Ego organization and astral
    • faint interruption between the Ego and astral body on the one
    • arises through pathological conditions, when the Ego is in a more
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    • of the Ego. Contained in Volume No. 157a and 165 of the Complete
    • The Christmas Thought and the Mystery of the Ego.
    • The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego.
    • know that the highest member of human nature is the Ego. We learn to
    • into relation with the Ego from the time to which in later years
    • books upon Spiritual Science. Up to that time the Ego worked
    • relation to our Ego. The Ego is present in our childhood, it works
    • becomes an instrument capable of consciously grasping the Ego. A deep
    • mystery is connected with this entry of the Ego into the human bodily
    • since his birth. The Ego takes no part in this evolution of the
    • grasp, that the Ego, from the time to which our memory carries us
    • back to us our experiences. The Ego does not share our Earth journey.
    • our Ego again and take it on our further journey. Thus the Ego
    • But this is actually the case. The Ego remains stationary, because it
    • spiritual world. There the Ego remains; it remains practically in the
    • form in which it was bestowed on us by the Spirits of Form. The Ego
    • comes from these. The Ego waits; it waits with all that belongs to it
    • implies that as regards our Ego we remain in a certain respect behind
    • in which we can find that consciousness in which our own ego flows in
    • union with the Earth-Ego. For the Earth-Ego is the Christ. In this
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    • of the Ego. Contained in Volume No. 157a and 165 of the Complete
    • Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • all that threatens to keep your soul within the bonds of egoism, shun
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    • must not be analysed merely in the sense of allegory or symbol. It should
    • his inner being a striving towards a higher Ego. And according to
    • every true thinker, this higher Ego is there, deeply concealed in all
    • this Isis-power, whereby he reaches the true Ego and realises that it
    • spiritual home of the Ego. This, then, was the teaching of ancient
    • understands his physical nature — the expression of his Ego. He
    • the first place, how the blood, the physical instrument of the Ego,
    • and the instrument of the Ego is the blood. If a man would descend
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • matured as far as the ego. It is an ego in which we see the butterfly
    • flying around. We men have our ego inside, whereas that of the butterfly
    • is outside. The ego is actually light and is responsible for the
    • expand, this ego, this light, would permit me to create real
    • butterflies. The human ego actually has the power needed to create real
    • butterflies, because the ego consists of light. But this you cannot do.
    • butterflies by means of light. The ego thinks thoughts and these
    • say “I,” for in their case the ego works from outside. When
    • you see a lion, it is the animal's buff colour that its ego works upon
    • create the ego in man.
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    • have to live through our deeds again with our ego and our astral body.
    • life through love. For love discloses its meaning when with his ego and
    • a true artist who in a pronounced way is impelled to be an egotist in
    • of love closely with their own being. Altruism and egotism unite in one
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    • creación de sus obras de arte los griegos procedían con las
    • egoísta, él una estos pensamientos propios con ese Ser de Sol
    • los hombres aprendían a conocer la naturaleza del Sol y luego
    • colocada, radica en el apego a los hábitos, y en la falta de
    • conocimiento de otro tipo. Luego, en la Noche Santa, Cristo nacerá
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    • formal unit, as a connecting ego, returns in new human bodies
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    • is quite clear to him that it is his own Spiritual I, or ego,
    • Ego, arises within him. That is an external important fact At
    • point of time when the conscious conception of the Ego
    • experienced inwardly in our sense-life is embodied in our Ego
    • there without being incorporated in the Ego. In the outer
    • if it be not received inwardly into the realm of the Ego. So
    • which can be retained in the memory, the Ego stands as the
    • from outside, can in no way be separated from the Ego. I
    • imagine that the experience of the Ego presents something
    • For that, however, the Ego must be present in every single
    • sense-perception. The Ego-experience is in everything which
    • which rays back the experiences to us within; but the Ego
    • experienced externally between the Ego and the outer world
    • without being transformed into an Ego-experience, as long as
    • the child has no conception of the Ego, then no Ego-mirror,
    • which the Ego has already taken up, so that it is thereby
    • pressed into the memory. When the Ego-perception appears, the
    • Ego places itself before the ideas as a mirror; but what lies
    • before the time of the Ego-perception can not be called forth
    • the outer world in such a way that his Ego experiences all
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    • of their own, no astral body and no Ego. But this is true
    • Mental plane, is the Arupa-Mental plane, do we find the Ego
    • is directed by its Ego. If you wish to form a rough picture
    • human being — nails of Beings whose Ego dwells in
    • your Ego has no physical nature, and lives nevertheless upon
    • shall find it in the astral world — and the Ego, in the
    • an etheric body, and an astral body — but it's Ego is
    • single individuality, so you will find the Egos of the
    • common Ego. Man, therefore, distinguishes himself from the
    • individual Ego. On the astral plane, we find for instance,
    • that the Ego of the lions, the Ego of the Tigers, etc. There,
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and the Ego have all
    • the Ego are on the astral plane. Thus, during sleep, the
    • etheric body, the astral body, and the Ego. It has often been
    • perfection. The Ego is the baby among the four members of
    • the other hand are the impulses and passions of the Ego! The
    • Ego craves for wine, beer, etc., whichever destructive
    • make clear to ourselves how the Ego was inserted, as it were,
    • us consider the physical body upon the Earth. Here, the Ego
    • body and the Ego; a second part, by the etheric body and
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    • personal, egotistical feelings; he is repelled like Faust. He
    • attracts him, he shows that the egoism which wishes to
    • so that we may become freed from the egotism of the anxiety,
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • body, etheric body, astral body and Ego are the four strings,
    • together, or the physical body and the Ego. In the most
    • counter-force through the Ego. The Ego works so to annul the
    • body works so to create life's situation; and the Ego
    • Ego:
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    • fail to see that it is a hidden egoism on the part of men to
    • Underlying it is a hidden egoism, which men will not confess.
    • human evolution. For when the soul is benumbed the Ego is
    • suppressed, the Ego is made dim, and then those other Powers
    • denial of the true human Ego, of which I showed you an example
    • by Leblais, wherein it is said that the cat has an Ego
    • hidden connection. In their arrogance and egoism the
    • is an unconscious egoism. On the one hand man shuns the task of
    • the Archangels. Underlying this is a similar egoism, as
    • is an egoism of the social life.
    • this their egoism in relation to the Time-Spirit. From a poetic
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • gradually develops his ego in the course of his life from
    • birth to death; that this ego becomes more and more powerful
    • ego of man, upon that which comes into a physical
    • body, the true ego actually vanishes out of the physical form,
    • declares that the child is incomplete, and that the ego little
    • just as little as we can perceive the sleeping ego and astral
    • you begin to notice that these thoughts kill egoism, destroy
    • human nature: Out of the Spirit was He begotten — as this
    • descending dove — out of the Spirit was He begotten; in
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • overcome that ego which is man's portion at first, has
    • red roses the symbol of the purified Blood or ego-principle,
    • The influence of the cooler North, the descent of the Ego into
    • was expressed in the bear; and the Ego, which has developed
    • youths, which the ego can only win by devoting itself to the
    • outer world and not egotistically shutting itself away from it.
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    • etheric body, astral or sentient body and ‘I’ or ego
    • that the ego works upon the three lower members of the human being,
    • into the higher form of the future. The ego will transmute the astral
    • the ego will refashion and transmute the etheric or life-body into
    • present incarnated and three others which the ego will fashion into
    • We know that we must think of the ego itself as inwardly organized.
    • The ego works upon a kind of intermediate being. Therefore, between
    • Soul, the lowest member in which the ego has already worked, the
    • by permeating it with his ego and forming the Sentient Soul within
    • the ego that works
    • present stage of his evolution. We clearly see the ego fashioning the
    • have already prepared the ground. We see the ego working with the
    • ego, he transmutes his etheric or life-body into Life Spirit or
    • when from within our ego, we shall transform the life-body into Life
    • certain extent, at an intermediate stage of his existence. His ego
    • consciousness and, by means of his ego, transmute his astral body
    • for a moment the condition of man in sleep. His astral body and ego
    • ego in the spiritual atmosphere of our Earth, whose ego has already
    • Ego which has already developed Manas or Spirit Self and is
    • is, in the first place, an individual, a creation of his Ego being;
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • their own ego-development must be taken into account. They themselves
    • observing the ego-interests of these Beings. Picture to yourselves
    • bestowed the ego upon man at the Earth-stage, they cannot, as yet,
    • could not have developed ego-consciousness if the Spirits of Form had
    • Spirit of the Age. These work in such a way that from their own ego,
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 3. The inner Life of the Folk Spirits. Formation of the Races.
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    • the human ego first becomes conscious.
    • the Sentient Soul man is hardly aware of his ego and in consequence
    • as man's inner life which is the field of ego-activity is
    • to the ‘Ego’ which to us is the highest member of our
    • human ‘I’; nevertheless the ego of the Archangel is not
    • therein centres or focal points. These centres are the human egos
    • the individual human egos. Just as to us colours, sounds, warmth and
    • possess a higher Ego than the human ego, because they are able to
    • simply as an allegory, but as a close approximation to reality.
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    • man has been able to develop a fourth member, an ego. These four
    • contemporary man is the one who has gradually made ego-consciousness
    • possible. The opportunity to develop ego-consciousness was first
    • of the ego-organization. And this implies that their chief interest
    • is to further man's ego-development, which can only be realized
    • bestowal of an ego, during man's life on Earth. The third
    • then, that precede the actual birth of the ego at the age of twenty
    • awaken to ego-consciousness. If he followed the normal course of
    • development therefore he would only awaken to ego-consciousness at
    • the ego-consciousness that would normally be his only around the age
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    • ego, we can envisage him as a tapestry consisting of the physical,
    • as an Ego-being can demonstrate and communicate to his fellow men
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    • would fashion the real Ego-being. But as other spiritual Beings
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    • ego. Bear this carefully in mind. The Teutonic peoples had to
    • 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.
    • accomplished at a time when they were not yet ego-conscious. They
    • awoke to ego-consciousness when their souls had already reached a
    • spheres. Before their ego-consciousness had awakened they had
    • their ego awoke, they were no longer dependent upon the ego in order
    • people became ego conscious at such a late stage of development. They
    • ego-consciousness one stage lower than the Indians, but it was a
    • Greeks were nearer to the Germanic peoples. They became ego-conscious
    • more personally. Their ego had awakened at the stage of existence
    • a time when the ego was not yet awake. But at the same time they saw
    • present happening. He was there with his own ego; he was a conscious
    • lecture. But an ego which is itself at an abnormal stage of evolution
    • ego-consciousness. Hence there lives especially in the soul of the
    • the Archangels are communicated to that ego. Hence Germanic-Nordic
    • in order that, at the time when man awoke to ego-consciousness in the
    • immediate feeling that Thor is related to the individual human ego is
    • witnessed the integration of the ego into the body and the birth of
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    • develop gradually the human ego and bring it to fuller consciousness.
    • high level whilst their ego was more or less asleep, that is to say,
    • that they only awoke to ego consciousness after they had already
    • Germanic peoples who were ego-conscious whilst their capacities were
    • cognition of the ego is totally different from other forms of
    • cognition. If the ego “knows” any other object or other
    • But it is a different matter when the ego knows itself, for then the
    • Clairvoyantly they saw the dawning of their ego in an imaginative
    • relate the ego in a multiplicity of ways to the world perceptible to
    • the senses and that the ego, the fundamental essence of the human
    • world. Formerly, before man was aware of his ego, before he perceived
    • the development of the ego is that it should progressively determine
    • with other egos and with the world of spiritual Beings, so that on
    • speak of the relationship of the human ego to the surrounding
    • to adopt a passive attitude towards knowledge, to suppress the ego in
    • human astral. Where the astral has been integrated with the ego, the
    • ego too has been permeated by the Luciferic power. When therefore we
    • clairvoyant sees are not allegories, but real Beings.
    • Thor, the Angel of Ego-hood. You were associated with them, and he
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • ego-less, devoid of personality; he looked upon the ‘I’
    • At the time when man became ego-conscious in the East, Eastern
    • experienced the whole process of receiving the ego as if it were
    • tasks in preparing man's ego-development.
    • developing ego-consciousness. He then returned to his activity in the
    • the Spiritual Soul with the human ego had not yet been realized
    • to be guided through the many stages of ego development. If we had
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    • man with an ego. This ego has been developed on the physical plane,
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    • development and formation of the ego principle, making it firmer and
    • establishing to the consolidation of our ego. Thus these Persephone
    • body and the astral body; our innermost, our ego, is hidden within
    • consolidate, their egos. But under the surface the old knowledge, the
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    • make good the claim that the ego is the central governing power of
    • ego-consciousness. Now when the Greek asked himself what it was,
    • perfected as the ego transforms the astral body more and more into
    • how these three sheaths are related to the ego. You see, normally
    • developed man today knows very little of the real ego, which I have
    • members. But all the forces of the ego are already in man. If you
    • want to consider the total forces of the ego in relation to the
    • forces of the entire ego (represented by the area of the circle) to
    • the mutual ratios of physical, etheric, astral and ego. Thus, you
    • forces of the ego. And if as a third exercise you place before you
    • astral body or the forces of the ego. And if you place before you the
    • the forces of ego, astral, ether and physical bodies
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    • man as consisting of physical, etheric, astral, and also of the ego
    • or the ego-bearer. Now it is obvious that because this ego is in such
    • being, the forces of the universe corresponding to the ego must also
    • into the sphere of Zeus. But when we consider the ego itself, we find
    • Indeed with our egos we are right inside the world. Upon what goes on
    • to feel that the forces of our ego must be very different from the
    • forces of Pluto around us in space. Just as the destiny of the ego is
    • forces of this ego as also connected with the divine-spiritual
    • Think how closely the experiences of our ego are bound up with our
    • environment! How different our ego feels if we raise our eyes and
    • our egos from all this! How intimately we are bound up with the
    • macrocosm out there! With our egos we are as if emptied out into our
    • ego-forces holding sway outside in space as far more closely related,
    • Hence we find, as the representative of the ego-forces in the world
    • soul-forces which live in our ego. The way in which the Greeks looked
    • upon Dionysos, that figure which stands before our ego at last in
    • only to clairvoyant sight. If we turn to the category of Beings
    • Beings of the first category, and you know the relationship in which
    • Impulse. Thus we now have one class, one category, of guiding Beings
    • another category, the backward Angelic Beings, there is no trace of
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    • guidance of mankind, you may have wanted to ask to what category of
    • powerful dramatic allegory which sheds its light upon us from remote
    • with his ego is confined; it is something upon which he looks from
    • with his ego, as poured out into cosmic space. He is in fact outside
    • 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
    • ego-consciousness, and the other influence which poured into the
    • possibility of man's acquiring his earthly ego-consciousness.
    • his ego into his body; during Atlantis his consciousness was to a
    • added to this all that went to form the ego. A new element united
    • independent ego added to the Zeus forces. The independent ego first
    • speak of an intellectual ego, as we do today, but he was aware of
    • ego-consciousness.
    • development of man's ego-consciousness, looked at
    • ego which was not yet the ego of today with its power of intellect,
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    • body, astral body and ego. Our being consists of these four members.
    • innermost member of the human being, the ego, which as you know we
    • regard as the youngest — or better call it ‘the ego-
    • bearer’. The outstanding characteristic of this human ego
    • intelligence. However widely we search, we shall never find this ego
    • enlist the help of the clairvoyant eye, we can never observe his ego.
    • world we do not see their egos. If anyone thinks he can see egos he
    • knowledge of external things we cannot observe the ego as such; we
    • the external world, we cannot see it in his ego, because egos cannot
    • encounter this ego once. Although we know quite well that there are
    • many egos upon the Earth, only one of them is to be perceived, and
    • ego, that is his own ego. So that we may say that the peculiarity of
    • only, in ourselves. The egos of all other men are hidden from us
    • From this ego, as the
    • difference between the perception of our own ego, of which only one
    • only learn to know the ego when we direct our physical faculty of
    • we wish to learn to know our ego.
    • ego which we perceive with our physical powers of knowledge belongs
    • what a man's normal faculties find within him as his ego ever
    • consider the ego, observed not with clairvoyant but with normal
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    • astral body and ego, it can come to no viable theory of knowledge.
    • ego through the astral body down to the etheric body. As far as its
    • again into etheric body, astral body and ego. And it is these images
    • human ego-life of ideation. And language has many instances of
    • which in the ego-man of today underlies his conscious life of
    • spiritual-scientific things in their true sense, one must forego the
    • egoconsciousness — a wisdom which sprang from the deeper self
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    • of our own egotism, we are simply carrying back into the higher
    • egotistic, for then this treasure in our souls is irrevocably lost to
    • all the reparation possible, but that springs from egotism. Most men
    • in their egotism find it intolerable to have to carry through the
    • be the perfect egoist. But currents of a fine etheric substance
    • which enables us to know, in addition to egotistic knowledge,
    • try to form an idea of how the one category of gods is related to the
    • categories of gods; one of them is the thought-world of the other, is
    • must assign to the category of Luciferic beings all those of whom we
    • categories of gods.
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    • able to develop knowledge which goes beyond the completely egotistic
    • we have around us and which belong to the category of the ruminants
    • was abandoned by its ego, which was the ego of Zarathustra, and on its
    • part protrudes beyond as a kind of corona, we see that the ego-part
    • region of the heart. The true inner ego-aura is already arrested in
    • cosmos, and the ego-aura which mounts up from below, but is dammed
    • so is the ego-aura held back in the heart, where it makes contact
    • with an element of ego-aura coming from without. Hence the fact is
    • that the real ego-consciousness of man does not take place in the
    • brain. What I have said about the man of Atlantis, that his ego was
    • the external cosmic ego, which since the time of Atlantis has
    • real ego of man as it manifests in our consciousness comes into
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    • to develop his present ego-consciousness. He has had to become
    • independent, to stand entirely alone with his own ego. He has had to
    • ego. To enable man to become strong as regards his ego-consciousness
    • through understanding, the soul which is ego-conscious, is at its
    • and penetrate behind our ego-consciousness into our own being, when
    • of falling a prey to the worst possible egotism. Those are the two
    • void and the collapse into egotism. All other ordeals are variations
    • against surrender to egotism. Even higher knowledge is dangerous in
    • This leads us into egotism and cuts us off from those lower gods.
    • tenuous the ideas are, or however slight is what our egotism enables
    • working as a solvent, as a destructive influence upon our egotism. We
    • ourselves, the less is egotism able to get a hold upon us. We then
    • Christ Impulse through our egotistic impulses and passions, we learn
    • when we descend into ourselves we come through our colossal egotism,
    • that is to say, through the soul strong in its egohood and its
    • egotism; in either direction we come to what of itself can certainly
    • before the void, as well as the resistance of our own egotism. And as
    • egotism, we are also proof against all that might cause us to vanish
    • temptation to egotism and its overcoming, to infinite compassion and
    • of fear and egotism, of the overcoming of fear through fearlessness,
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    • often appears such that we are obliged to say: How egotistical! How
    • as an independent ego-being, but in which the Gods, super-sensible, spiritual
    • egoism of Kriemhilde, as of Achilles.
    • perceive how the etheric body becomes a special, individual, egotistical
    • the spiritual or consciousness soul which really makes the ego-man,
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    • god-begotten power ebbed from Him. There before us is the
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    • this was the year when the Zarathustra-Ego which had incarnated
    • Gospel had received the Ego of Zarathustra. In the Gospel, this
    • Zarathustra-Ego like remembrances hidden in the soul,
    • Jesus child, endowed now with the Zarathustra-Ego, grew up in
    • Zarathustra-Ego, Jesus of Nazareth was able very rapidly to
    • whereby the Zarathustra-Ego had passed over into his soul,
    • Witness of Egoity becoming free,
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    • Zarathustra-Ego into his own soul. During the subsequent years
    • Zarathustra-Ego within him. At the end of his twenties he
    • still did not know that the Zarathustra-Ego had reincarnated in
    • Witness of Egoity becoming free,
    • went about the house as if lost in dream. The Zarathustra-Ego
    • the mother, the Zarathustra-Ego had withdrawn. The being whom
    • Zarathustra-Ego. Thus the spirit of the other mother had come
    • must inevitably drive men into egoism and lead them into the
    • Mystery-Prayer: “Witness of Egoity becoming free,”
    • not out of egoism but for quite other reasons. For the Spirit
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    • egoism. Wisdom is something which always reckons with the course of
    • made by our ego. Fundamentally, a wise man cannot judge egoistically;
    • ethereal body with our soul-being, in so far as this is ego and
    • of my ego; the physical hand went with them.
    • in existence. These forces withdraw into the astral and into the Ego,
    • they are put in motion by the use of Ego, astral body, ethereal body
    • instruments for Courage. Here our Ego remains more or less outside,
    • by Wisdom, we retain Ego and astral body in free detachment. For as
    • awake we are also outside the brain with our Ego and our astral body,
    • where with his Ego and his astral body he is freely active, using his
    • Courage as the virtue active where man is only free with his Ego,
    • Ego is becoming free; where our Ego is still bound to the astral,
    • ethereal and physical bodies, and yet with our Ego we are beginning
    • Lucifer. Egoism is of itself transformed into selflessness when it is
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    • world, our ego goes as far as the frontiers of nature. Here,
    • the ego is repulsed. We feel surrounded on all sides by
    • discover more and more about our ego and so achieve
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    • ego into the general social order. Men are unable to find the
    • is the ego, strengthened within spiritual life, to articulate
    • egotism. My aim is to understand something for which there is
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • waking-consciousness, man lives with his ego and astral body in his
    • it in your mind. But how the ego and astral body flow into the hand,
    • present during the life of sleep. Man with his ego and astral body is
    • the ego and astral body like a cloud, the life of thought is dimmed.
    • the ego and astral body like a cloud. Just as we cannot see the trees
    • leads only to a heightening of self-enjoyment, to a refined egoism.
    • In this event, it may be that a more refined egoism is cultivated through
    • such imaginative clairvoyance. These feelings are no conquest of egoism,
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    • consciousness, man lives with his ego and astral body in his
    • your mind. But without clairvoyance, how the ego and astral body
    • the life of sleep. Man with his ego and astral body is then outside
    • sleep. And because longing fills the ego and astral body like a
    • because desire for the physical body pervades the ego and astral
    • refined egoism. In this event, it may be that a more refined egoism
    • egoism, but only a higher blossoming of it. One finds within such
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    • compulsion that egoism exerts on us. Because we want to exist,
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    • this to-day that symbolic and allegoric meanings are forced out
    • nothing whatever to do with the symbolic and allegoric
    • story in this symbolic, allegoric sense, but more in such a way
    • categorically that knowledge is produced only through the
    • cut off from the higher ego, you can exhaust the essence of things.
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    • allegories in what is for the spiritual inquirer, who can
    • him as one who through the ego strove to enter the spiritual world.
    • Goethe himself was this second ego, which could be brought to a
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    • world, he loses his qualities, the ego becomes his
    • narrow egoism. That all personality with its egoistic wishes and
    • egoism of persona! wish and desire, that he dedicates all his
    • We must take these words to mean that personal egoism
    • overcome this personal egoism, can really reach the last stage,
    • where the garments of human personal egoism fall away like
    • incident it is revealed that his egoism has not completely
    • In all things Faust's egoism has disappeared, except with regard to
    • this cottage. Here there is a last remnant of egoism which speaks
    • of egoism, the enjoyment in a physical survey. Gratification
    • surrender to the outer world, with which egoism is connected, may
    • connection between all that a man's egoism can make him do and that
    • egoisms. And as little as some can perhaps believe that when Care
    • is present, egoism has not disappeared, so true is it that on the
    • long, self-denying path into the spiritual world, egoism must
    • with him into it any trace of egoism, Care comes and reveals itself
    • that can remove from him this last remnant of egoism. Faust goes
    • egoism remaining in him is cancelled by the power of Care. The last
    • darker all round. Now his soul feels the last remnant of egoism
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    • waking condition, bears the Ego and astral body within him
    • body and the Ego-organisation. You, of course, are familiar
    • the Ego and the astral body — and it is linked with my
    • and soul, in this Ego and astral body, man was made aware of
    • able to say: In me live the Gods. And he looked upon his Ego,
    • Ego-consciousness, which a comparatively short time
    • along with this condition of soul, where the Ego has drawn down
    • from the spirit and soul and entered as conscious Ego
    • inspired him, he began to know that the Ego had sunk down into
    • the first to experience the descent of the Ego-consciousness,
    • the descent of the Ego into the physical and etheric nature in
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    • abstract knowledge, categories, and to push back the other.
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    • etheric body, astral body and ego, or ego-organisation. Well
    • permeated by the astral body, or again by the ego-organisation,
    • has not his astral body and ego-organisation in him at all. Now
    • Suppose, then, we take our start from the ego-organisation of
    • ego-organisation of man, then we may ask ourselves: With what
    • ego-organisation stand in especially near relation? It stands
    • on your tongue — it is the ego-organisation in you that
    • the ego-organisation remains with it. The salt goes still
    • intestines, — never once does the ego-organisation leave
    • two things that belong to one another: the ego-organisation,
    • consistency. The ego-organisation is very little concerned when
    • character. And now it passes over into the ego-organisation;
    • ego-organisation.
    • Thus, the ego-organisation concerns itself only with what is
    • ego-organisation has to look after this in a very thorough
    • like that are seized upon by the ego-organisation and inwardly
    • essential nature of the ego-organisation that it takes up into
    • the ego-organisation continue to change it perpetually.
    • ego-organisation brings about a thorough metamorphosis;
    • water, then by reason of the action of my ego-organisation, the
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    • Ego and astral body, having left their physical and etheric
    • destinies of Egos and astral bodies during the sleep of human
    • as Egos and astral bodies, and the pictures that are revealed
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    • live it here on earth. The illusion of that ego which exists
    • Anyone who holds too firmly to his ego, through a theoretical
    • or a practical egotism, does not succeed in establishing this
    • who combats theoretical and practical egotism comes to
    • see that he first has this ego to enable him to make use of his
    • passes from this corporeal sense of the ego into what I have
    • etheric being, he will no longer hold firmly to this ego. He
    • first overcoming the illusion of the ego; one must overcome the
    • ordinary, everyday, theoretical or practical egotism; and
    • one must understand that this ego of our earth-life is bound up
    • away with theoretical and practical egotism in the way
    • the true form of the ego, when he comes to know not only the
    • means of it to the perception of the true ego, that ego which
    • of this ego in the pre-earthly existence in the spiritual
    • ego, lives in the spiritual world in conformity with the
    • escape from the illusion of the ordinary ego, then we come to
    • know how the ego has already passed through the spiritual world
    • There was nothing symbolic, nothing allegorical. The whole
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    • which we call the astral body and Ego separate from the physical
    • 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.
    • of his Ego and Astral body. But we must quite clearly realise that
    • the true form of the Astral body and Ego appear in such a way to
    • his Ego end Astral body what we cull the third Hierarchy, the
    • an abstract Ego of those shadowy ideas and concepts which fill
    • does not progress beyond experiencing this shadowy side of his Ego
    • time there is working into his Ego those Beings of the third
    • by his Angel, that Angelic Being belonging to his own Ego.
    • going to sleep until waking up, the reality of man's ego and astral
    • awake, to feel himself an Ego and Astral body, and to feel his
    • is only because the consciousness of our ego is absorbed unjustly
    • our astral body and ego, forming the mirror-image which, while we
    • are awake, we recognise to be our ego and our thoughts, in other
    • to feel that what lives as astral body and ego, lives in free
    • consciousness about his ego and astral body, he would regard the
    • ego and astral bodies as reality and not as mere reflected
    • that his ego and astral body are bound up with the Beings of the
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    • parts a man — the ego and astral body down to the
    • kinds of human egoism, and will very easily mislead the
    • these the etheric body, astral body, and ego are active. All
    • your etheric body, astral body, and ego, this enters your
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    • lost to him, because he hardens himself in his egoism, as is
    • case. It is vary evident that though the foregoing is
    • and “egoism.” These words may very easily be
    • shall only work, not strive egoistically!” It is not
    • egoism when a person undergoes a higher development, because
    • the Ego-impulse or “I” from above, as the
    • now in it as the ego of Christ. We know further that the
    • Jesus of Nazareth; the Christ-impulse was within as the ego.
    • the Christ-Ego — something which closes like a covering
    • astral body for the Christ-Ego-impulse by all the moral
    • be perfected that which came as an Ego or “I”
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    • ego. In explaining the alternation between waking and sleeping,
    • we say that in the waking state the ego and astral body are
    • ego and astral body are outside. This is adequate for a primary
    • cyclic movement. Strictly speaking, the ego and astral body are
    • outside the head. Because the ego and astral body in sleep are
    • indeed, during sleep, when the ego and astral body are working
    • ego and astral body than when he is awake. It may even be said
    • that the action that the ego and astral body bring to bear upon
    • ego with the sun, which illumines our environment during the
    • or less withdrawn from the ego and astral body when we are
    • naturally related to the astral body or the ego. But these are
    • system is related with the actual ego. These are the primary
    • our ego and ganglionic system, which extends throughout the
    • cord, and between our ego and ganglionic system. To a greater
    • or lesser degree, we live during sleep, as regards our ego, in
    • in the living union between the ego and the ganglionic system,
    • statement is made that, just because the ego is really so truly
    • consider how man has come to be, that his ego has taken its
    • amazing that this ego life cannot yet bring to consciousness
    • the ego can bring to consciousness depends on the instrument it
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    • in which the ego develops. But other periods are to follow: The
    • fortune often only for subjective egoistic feeling. For the
    • expressed in an especially egotistic and philistine fashion.
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    • with four strings — physical, etheric, astral bodies, and ego
    • the etheric together with the ego — is swept by the bow of
    • its counterbalancing force through the ego. The ego works in a
    • ego, transformative of the life situation. Through the united
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    • still speak about an ego that distinguishes man from animal.
    • consciousness of the ego, so the author expresses it, as our
    • vague and super-sensible psychologists because the ego
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    • concealed egoism that makes people wish to ascend directly to
    • bottom of this lies a certain concealed egoism but people will
    • the soul brings about a suppression of the ego, a beclouding of
    • the ego, and then other forces that ought not to work in the
    • which is always connected with the denial of the true ego. I
    • the cat has an ego just as a human being does, and where the
    • egoistic religious sects who are unwilling to listen to
    • an unconscious egoism lying at the bottom of this that is
    • archangel. Something egoistic lies at the basis of this as is
    • egoism is of a social nature.
    • this social-egoistic inclination to an archangel, just as
    • to oppose this egoistic representation when we describe the
    • egoism in reference to the spirit of the time. I have been able
    • rise above the egoistic habit of living only in his own soul. A
    • to rise above the egoistic limitation within our human nature.
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    • turns out to be a thoroughly egoistic objection that can be
    • apply himself solely in egoistic fashion to his own creed.
    • ego and his astral body; the etheric body passes over into the
    • ego is gradually to be born in the individual. We now find that
    • ego, as it lives here between birth and death, was born for
    • angel more, even making him often somewhat more egoistic than
    • ego in the manner in which this took place at the time of the
    • Mystery of Golgotha. The degree to which this ego was subdued
    • see, as long as men lived without the fully developed ego
    • developed the complete ego here on earth, even after they had
    • now within the period in which his ego has developed here on
    • during his lifetime. However, since he developed his ego here
  • Title: Mysteries of the Sun: Lecture II
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    • ego sense, and the senses of thinking, speech, hearing,
    • thinking, the ego-sense, and the senses of warmth, balance,
    • essentially all of them from ego-sense to sense of smell
    • might say ego-sense, sense of thinking, speech and so on.
    • Every ego can see that of another man, you can understand the
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    • the unconscious ego. He speaks about all sorts of things that
    • pictures only to strengthen his ego that thereby becomes
    • stronger than the ordinary ego, and can now maintain itself.
    • When the ego maintains itself, it also maintains the world of
    • themselves egoistically in what happens after death. But the
    • love — that is, not out of egoism, nor on the basis of
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture III: The Supersensible Being of Man
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    • are aware of ourselves as an ego, this self-consciousness is
    • an ego.
    • or perhaps even an allegory were meant. But this is not the
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture IV: Nature of Anthroposophy
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    • then one receives no abstract allegories, but a real spiritual
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    • is that we have to acquire a certain view of the human ego, or
    • self-training we ask: What is this ego really like? Where is it
    • ego anywhere? And how can I in any case — as he quite
    • rightly says — find this ego? If it could be found so
    • I sleep, I know nothing about this ego. Can I assume that it is
    • I can only just mention the one fact that the ego of which we
    • consciousness as it is in the deepest, dreamless sleep. The ego
    • we are awake, and we know only about a sleeping ego when we are
    • consciousness the ego is still only present as it is when we
    • sleep. The reason we cannot imagine anything like an ego in us
    • black spot in our eyes, cannot see. — The ego is made
    • something we cannot imagine. The ego is always asleep and there
    • is no difference between the way the ego should be imagined in
    • These truths that our ego sleeps and that we dream in our minds
    • actually happens when we wake up, if our ego really remains
    • the body. That is to say, we learn to perceive not with the ego
    • of our earliest childhood, but the ego that has brought our
    • ego that today is still slumbering in him, but which will
    • doctrine of being one, a doctrine of the ego), to illusionism
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    • human egoism far more than human feeling for truth. Therefore
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    • School belongs to that category of things which concerns me
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    • thereby he loses his own Ego, for the Ego does not belong to
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    • lifeless allegories but as if it would itself take on life in
    • no need to seek through dry allegory, nor in a way that is
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    • which a man becomes aware of another Ego, the Ego of another
    • who say that a man becomes aware of another Ego or soul only
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    • de la presente, que contiene frases en griego y latín. Marie Steiner
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    • lost to him, because he hardens himself in his egoism, as is
    • case. It is very evident that though the foregoing is
    • and “egoism.” These words may very easily be
    • shall only work, not strive egoistically!” It is not
    • egoism when a person undergoes a higher development, because
    • the Ego-impulse or “I” from above, as the
    • now in it as the ego of Christ. We know further that the
    • Jesus of Nazareth; the Christ-impulse was within as the ego.
    • the Christ-Ego — something which closes like a covering
    • astral body for the Christ-Ego-impulse by all the moral
    • be perfected that which came as an Ego or “I”
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    • united with Shem's astral body nor with his ego, but was woven,
    • only is the ego re-embodied, but that also the astral body and
    • well as the astral body, and even the ego, — that is, the
    • ego as an impulse, as it was kindled in the astral body when
    • outwardly simple man of Saxony. His astral body and his ego
    • then had an ego which as ego was capable of forming very
    • these very personalities is that in their ego their
    • Jesus of Nazareth woven into it. What their ego did often
    • conscious ego, but are nevertheless compelled to have the
    • must be thought of as enclosing the ego, and containing
    • the ego functions in the consciousness soul — that the
    • Christ can be found in the ego. And because they themselves had
    • century? Since the 16th century the ego
    • prominence, and with it human egotism also, and with egotism,
    • materialism. What the ego had acquired as content has been
    • limit himself to that which the ego can observe — to that
    • 16th century is a civilization of egotism. What must now enter
    • into this ego? Christian evolution has passed through a
    • penetrated as far as the ego. Now it must take into this ego
    • Following a time when the ego learned to think through
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    • of the narrow-minded notions of the ego that one has, such as
    • then we obtain our ego again, like a foreign being that —
    • But how do we obtain our ego? As the one
    • scale by the spiritualized, refined level of love. Our ego is
    • as entirely foreign. We have not desired to see this ego as it
    • However, we discover our ego where we are
    • ego, how it was and how it had a body other than the body that
    • unfortunately treat these things with a certain egoism. They
    • This is egotism, but the results are not
    • knowledge. Knowledge results only from unegotistical essence.
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    • category. This problem has become even more pressing since
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    • science that serves egoism. That is why selflessness in
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    • disposition. During these years allegories and symbols act
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    • connected with actions done for egoistic or selfish reasons,
    • bear in mind that egoism and selfishness indicate that a
    • belonged the possibility of egoistic selfish behavior.
    • Paul would say: “If a personality capable of egoistic
    • and consequently egoism would never be able to inhabit an
    • category. Only the second teeth are produced by the child's
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    • merely allegory. If the teacher fully participates in the
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    • this category are not regarded to do so by the medical
    • on around him — belong to this category. The ether body
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    • human soul away from narrow attitudes and egoistical aims; it
    • used as an incentive for egoistical striving. It is often
    • made to serve egoism despite the fact that its very nature is
    • that through spiritual science egoistical wishes should be
    • objectivity provided they are not prompted by egoistic
    • originate from egoism, and we are now lifted above our
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    • and egoism. Instead of the various art forms going their
    • became self-seeking, egoistical. Wagner looked back as it
    • the price was a certain degree of egoism.
    • to go hand in hand; both became egoistical when they ceased
    • the egoism in art increased as human beings egoism
    • individuality, and with it egoism, assert itself. However,
    • lucid while egoism increased.
    • egoism stronger. The vaporous mist had enveloped the people
    • egoism, provides it with power. As they went eastward, the
    • music, the consequences of human egoism.
    • Nibelungs, who have become egoistic, of the human being that
    • qualities, and in human beings become egoistic craving for
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    • tasks of the future is non-negotiable and will be accomplished
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    • our body with our Ego and our soul, in an environment, which
    • especially in the head by the Ego and the soul. The
    • soul and our Ego still penetrate into the extremities of the
    • during sleep the Ego and the soul forsake our whole being, but
    • before you schematically. In the waking human being, the Ego
    • Ego and the astral body just there, beside them. Instead, they
    • are indicated here, then the Ego and the soul which are outside
    • the Ego and the soul are outside the physical and the etheric
    • Ego and the human soul abandoned the head: and there, the
    • part of his soul, the spiritual element of his Ego, were then
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    • to sacrifice himself. In his 30th year, the Ego of Jesus left
    • as it were of their Ego, so that room was made for a higher
    • individuality. In the 30th year of his life, the Ego of Jesus
    • independent being, an Ego.
    • the Ego of the ether people had not yet absorbed this
    • over the human beings; but the Ego-men could not absorb these
    • drops. St. John, the herald of the Christianized Ego-man who
    • came to each man (to the individual Ego-man) but the individual
    • men (the Ego-men) received him not.
    • his teaching, the teaching of the only begotten of the Father
    • man hath at any time seen God with eyes. The only begotten Son who
    • This is brought about by the power of egoism.
    • But as surely as this power of egoism is the source of treason,
    • form of egoism, will be raised to the heart. At this point
    • Ego, his highly developed Manas is fructified and the Buddhi
    • on Self might come to an end, All individual forms of egoism
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    • Ego and the astral body are, as it were, outside the head, they
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    • organism and the ego. From the way that man goes into the sleeping state
    • on the other side ego and astral organism. Though in waking state these
    • one side ego and astral body, so to speak, hold together, and on the
    • organism do not unite as strongly as, for example, ego and astral organism,
    • what happens first is a play of processes in the ego and the astral
    • diagram) as the ego (naturally, it then goes farther into the organism)
    • seeing, are the processes in the ego and in the astral organism.
    • ego, from this red. You cannot do that. You are this red. You
    • red surface, that you are an ego. You have to separate first the ego.
    • and the ego have flown together. And it is the same with the astral
    • to look at, where we are seeing, are processes in the ego and the astral
    • the ego. That is what streams into here, and also streams further on.
    • the impression from outside, which had at first really been in the ego
    • way in the ego and astral body and those which come to meet these as
    • under the impulse of the ego. On the ways and means, how these two currents
    • and even of the ego; it is an image of their descent from super earthly
    • you, or what one reads is, at first, in the ego and the astral body
    • the next night. There it goes out with the astral body and the ego.
    • you experience yourself as an ego? You experience yourself because your
    • on the necessity that with the child the astral organism and the ego
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    • the whole can he driven into the astral body. But now the ego also must
    • ego.
    • give us a configuration in which the ego takes part in the whole, if
    • into our very ego. The gall and liver-system is also found only in the
    • the whole now so, that it is taken hold of by the ego. If only that
    • liver products (diagram 1, blue), all this is driven into the ego organism.
    • This way also our ego organism takes part through the liver, which has
    • astral and his own etheric being and into his ego-system.
    • the human being, physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego are
    • ego. That alone gives them their character. Without considering this,
    • with all those activities of man which go beyond the ego, which approach
    • itself only to the egotistic instincts of man for life after death.
    • of the world. Otherwise one generally has just an egotistic point of
    • view, which speculates on the egotistic motives of man, but does not
    • up, killed, revived, astralized, transformed into the ego — only
    • to the Ego. Then the whole can be caught up by the activity of the spleen
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • clock. There is no trace of egotism in it, though anybody can
    • give way to egotism. It was a gift of grace, and he really did
    • not build the clock out of egotism. Nor was there any
    • grace with no trace of egotism, and of his being a simple man
    • Lucifer lived in the governor. It was out of egotism that he
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    • mistakes.” There is always something egotistic
    • not look upon it egotistically as though they were
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    • been a better person, a more capable person. That is egotism
    • expressing itself. And unless this egotism is completely rooted
    • category of good or bad but was only unfortunate, an
    • further his soul development. For as soon as you set egotism
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • language of the fourth epoch, the word ego was only used
    • That is to say, people will fall into two categories. One group
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    • of ego; that tea dissipates the thoughts, and is the drink of
    • divine ego with his own ego, feeling the macrocosm in the
    • egoism and how much cause one might have today to disregard
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • where the social movement is in question, men are so egoistic that they
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    • But it is also the same with our ego in waking life. Our ego is not
    • only a hole for this ego, and perceiving this hole is the only thing
    • that makes us aware that we really have an ego.
    • of your thought you can really put all knowledge in the same category—you
    • a spiritualist, man grows more egoistic than he was before, if he would
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    • In sleep, with our ego and astral body we are outside the physical body—no,
    • intense experience takes place in ego and astral body within the world
    • immediate perception of this life, this life developed when we as ego
    • connected through our ego and astral body with the world surrounding
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    • for each person, an Ego-Being. The animals don't have the same
    • kind of I or Ego-Being. They have similarly shaped forms, all
    • physical, ether and astral body. The Ego of the animal we find
    • Ego? Yes, the same exists for the plants as we called a Group
    • the Plant-Ego directs itself towards a single place on earth,
    • radiated from all sides by the Group Ego of the plant, and
    • therefore the plants grow towards the earth. This Ego however
    • been depicted, but the plant-Ego will be sought in vain on the
    • astral plane. The actual plant soul, the plant-Ego is only
    • plant soul and plant-Ego mingle, their actual centres so
    • foregoing is active in the soul, while you are in the astral
    • power of self consciousness, the inner Ego-force. We will
    • Ego, then he or she will be dissolved by devachanic beings.
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    • abstractions, the allegorical. We live with them. It is the
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    • mirror image of our Ego or “I.” This is an
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    • of this foundation word I or Ego, has so far its justification here,
    • ego-being of man was not grasped. In the universal spiritual evolution
    • of humanity no image of the ego had been evolved. For, when man said
    • the ego through letters. And it falls into place naturally by the side
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    • the Word. And man can develop on Earth a ego, to which
    • interwoven with human evolution. The Word stands for the Ego
    • descends from the Ego to the astral body more deeply into
    • (Logos) Word.........Ego
    • spoken — the ego, the astral body, the etheric body,
    • accurately,the travelling scholar — his own ego as up
    • trying to show Faust's other ego, so that he may come to know
    • be found in Faust himself, that Wagner was just another ego
    • of Faust's. Mephistopheles, also, is only another ego. It is
    • that excludes all egoistic impulses. This is what is meant.
    • ego-bearer, in his uncontrolled egoism, what is deeply
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • the active, creative ego, and also the ego filled with God.
    • beyond the ordinary, everyday ego to the absolute ego,
    • a very narrow, egoistic sense. We may ask why he does so?
    • philosophy of Kant even more egoistically than this scholar.
    • and his ego. The animal has its physical body, etheric body
    • having an ego, the astral body is torn by it from that
    • He remains unconscious of it all. Against that, the ego by
    • would then see a whole world. But the ego tears man's astral
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • the right, we could never arrive at ego-consciousness. By
    • of the ego. To look at an object a man must have more than
    • a man the axes of the eyes are crossed. In this way the ego
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • about the astral body and the ego (Ich) leaving the physical
    • and ether bodies — you know, when the astral body and ego
    • and ether bodies are released from the ego and astral bodies,
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • They speculate strongly upon the egotism of human beings, upon
    • the fact that man longs for immortality because his egotism makes the
    • directed to the egotism in the members of orthodox congregations. When
    • birth, it is not possible to reckon with human egotism. Nothing
    • in the egotistical souls of men arises in response to teaching about
    • of what went before? It is, in short, only egotism that makes man hold
    • egotism. It is, of course, quite right to speak also of the life after
    • death, although the appeal there is to the egotism of the soul. That
    • It is clear from this that egotism has laid hold of the very depths of
    • is a consequence of the egotism in the soul. It behoves all who are
    • self-observation, self-knowledge and consciousness of his own Ego.
    • Ego-conscious-ness, a faculty for self-contemplation, unfolds.
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    • great importance to learn about just those experiences which the Ego
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    • nature, not merely of human egotism.
    • egotism. On the one side they encourage inertia by not spurring men on
    • egotism by speaking only of eternal life after death, not of what was
    • connected with selflessness in man, whereas human egotism comes
    • death assumes an egotistic form in the religious concepts of to-day.
    • egotistic life of soul in man, they think they have done what is
    • free from every trace of egotism and moulded accordingly by those
    • not only of those things which satisfy the egotism of the human being
    • death, for they have contented themselves with the egotistical answer:
    • into complete decadence, this egotistical answer will not suffice. It
  • Title: Spirit of Fichte: Lecture I: The Spirit of Fichte Present in Our Midst
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    • Fichte was no egoist, capable
    • senses. The source of all knowing must rise in the depth of the Ego
    • be a creating reality. This is the Ego itself,
    • that Ego which recreates itself every moment,
    • that Ego which is grounded not on a completed being, but on
    • an inward activity. This Ego cannot be deprived of its being, since
    • from the point where the Ego unites with the spiritual processes of
    • existence creates the Ego, first as Ego and then as human ideals,
    • streaming through the world, and permeating in its course the Ego
    • illustrate this self-renewing faculty of the Ego, how all mental
    • activity can arise in the Ego and how man can only reach a real
    • true reality, that we can only grasp reality when the Ego feels
    • a fresh angle the position of the Ego in the ever-moving stream of
    • who derives everything from the Ego! It is truly an inconvenient
    • way of being assured of the existence of the non-ego, to have one's
    • the Ego.”
    • world-intelligence, towards the state where the creative Ego indwells
    • become, as a creative Ego, one with the stream of the creative
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • blood-relationship to one another did not yet have such an ego as
    • one not yet understanding himself as an ego but who now has to do so.
    • How the God confronts him like an all-embracing cosmic egoist,
    • for us that one who cannot yet grasp the ego is brought for his instruction
    • which he demands recognition?” It is universal egoism
    • all-embracing egoism, only then can salvation be for you!”
    • teaching can be bound up with the announcement of universal egoism.
    • call a universal egoism. Through this very riddle we must reach out
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    • itself in an expanded ego. It grows into a wider consciousness. The
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    • here. His ordinary ego has come into this world in order to evolve.
    • unscrupulousness, as egoism driven beyond all bounds. The excess of
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    • does he make, this master-builder of the human ego-nature? He has to
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    • that may be regarded as giving the impulse to the human ego, so that
    • nothing in human evolution with which the human ego is not connected.
    • has first been brought to the ego through many different stages
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    • must say, “I have to come; I have to give thee the ego-man, a
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 2
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    • the higher members of his being (astral body and ego) man belongs not
    • organism, the ego and the astral body, must be worked upon and
    • a certain category — have become the servants of very terrible
    • — yes, even more than on the laws of conscious egoism. Thus even
    • towards the human organism forsaken by its ego and astral body. And
    • his astral body and his ego outside? His physical and etheric bodies
    • and has the value of a plant in relation to his ego and astral body,
    • about the independence of the ego and astral body from the etheric and
    • growing below, so can the ego of a person say of his physical and
    • speak of his ego. And just as he learns to speak of his ego with
    • in one's own ego, as a Sun-force that shines upon the physical and
    • inner connection of the ego and the astral body with the Cosmos.
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    • how the astral body and the ego are born out of the Cosmos, how they
    • how the astral body and the ego of man are brought into being. In
    • the astral body and ego. Thus the feeling grows: What you are in your
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    • incarnations, the ego and the astral body.
    • Let us take an Initiate of later times when, having freed his ego and
    • very little agreement with the higher ego of the person. It should be
    • of an imbecile will he be in a later incarnation. For those categories
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture I: The Birth of the Intellect and the Mission of Christianity
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    • the new development of man's intellectual faculties, of the Ego. There
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    • Astral vision (which is still present in the dream) is allegoric and
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    • forego all taste for physical pleasures.
    • field in which his egoistic desires may disport themselves. He needs
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XI: The Devachanic World (Heaven)
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    • during sleep. Where is the Self, the Ego of man? In the world of
    • What is the next task of the astral body and Ego? A new etheric body
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    • less egotistic bliss of heaven conceived of by certain writers on
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XIII: The Logos and the Word
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    • The Ego or ‘I’ Principle of man is created by the third
    • We should try to conceive the power of the higher Ego as being
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    • in this sense, that his Ego lived in a higher world and guided him
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    • necessary in order that the Ego might descend into man.
    • We have heard that man was only ready to receive the germ of his Ego,
    • primordial being comes to expression in the ‘I,’ the Ego.
    • The conscious Ego is the realisation in man of the Christ Principle.
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    • the human will is devoid of egoism, it is able to appease this fire.
    • Ego-centric-egoism
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    • real ego of man, the bearer of the higher centre of his
    • higher ego appears before Him — his own higher ego,
    • occult language one describes what this ego inhabits —
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    • The astral body, together with the ego, rises out and floats
    • like a piece of wood. He no longer connects his ego with his
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    • had so ennobled his ego that it became the ego of his
    • of a human community was able to live in him. When the ego of
    • such a human community became the ego of an individual
    • ego, of a whole tribe. The “lion” of the tribe of
    • stage of initiation that he bore within himself the ego of
    • developed his ego here is ready to enter the kingdom of
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    • The Ego-body or consciousness body.
    • This “Ego-body” contains:
    • loosens its hold, and the astral body and Ego-body raise themselves
    • body and Ego. These three bodies rise away and for a time remain united.
    • Ego can be seen rising up from out of the head.
    • from the astral body and the Ego.
    • are left with the astral body and the Ego. If we are to understand this
    • so forth. The more a man uses his Ego to work on himself, the more rays
    • will you see spreading out from the bluish sphere which is his Ego-centre.
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    • have no Ego there, for their Ego is to be found on the astral plane.
    • have their common soul on the astral plane. The Ego of the species lion,
    • as though the Ego hovered in astral space and held the individual animals
    • but their Ego is in Devachan; the “strings” go still higher.
    • When a man dies, his Ego
    • is to be found together with the Egos of the animals, and the work he
    • can be engaged on is similar to that of the Egos of the animals —
    • finds the Egos of the plants as his companions, and there he can alter
    • the old astral body comes before him as a second Ego, playing tricks
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • bound up with the group-soul. A man has his own Ego, and the individual
    • Ego undergoes its destiny just as the group-soul of animals does. A
    • it is the individual Ego that changes from one life to another. Cause
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    • Now if the Ego-body is
    • the time when the Ego-condition was being prepared for man.) Hence it will
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    • body, and still less so the astral; the Ego-body is the least developed
    • younger is the etheric body, still younger the astral, and the Ego-body
    • to himself. He did not yet possess an Ego-body.
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    • signifies the acquisition of the individual human spirit. The Ego enters
    • into him together with the air he breathes. If we speak of an Ego common
    • the ancients call this universal Ego, Atma — Atmen, the
    • breathed it out again. We live in one common Ego because we live in the
    • taken too literally. The sinking down of the individual Ego into man is
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    • rid of the following form of egoism. He must not say: “What good
    • over egotistically to them. The greatest artists owe their greatest
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    • nothing about planetary systems, we show great egoism. True wisdom
    • unless it first appeared at a time when the Ego was at least in course
    • split off from man when the development of his Ego was already on the
    • body, and warm blood to the Ego. In fact every one of man's organs,
    • of the Ego. Another, much later exercise is directed towards the inner
  • Title: Pastoral Medicine: Lecture 2
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    • stage, and even to a certain degree of the ego organization that
    • to understand is the ego organization. For this one needs to grasp
    • the ego organization penetrates the human physical body. You can see
    • before us in physical, etheric and astral bodies, and an ego
    • etheric body are together on one side, and the ego organization and
    • appear in the connection of ego organization and astral body with
    • body, etheric body, astral body, ego organization.
    • normally, but that the ego organization is somehow not properly
    • unable to come with their ego organization properly into their astral
    • the thoughts depends upon whether the ego organization is united with
    • sleep, their ego organization is not properly within the astral body,
    • with their ego and astral body both outside their physical and
    • now there begins to be a stronger pull of the ego organization,
    • drawing the astral body to itself, so that the ego organization and
    • the physical and etheric bodies properly from the astral body and ego.
    • The person is unable to push the astral body and ego organization
    • astral and etheric bodies and the ego organization are closely united
    • present stage of earth evolution, when all three members — ego
    • cannot be illumined by the ego organization, astral body, and etheric
    • where only the ego organization has loosened itself from
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    • have described, the first stage consists of the ego organization
    • experience in their ego organization and astral body, while at the
    • spiritual experience in the ego organization and astral body, and at
    • body is drawn to the ego organization and experiences spiritual
    • the ego organization and astral organization draw the etheric body
    • the ego organization, astral organization, and etheric body are all
    • the ego; then it penetrates the astral body and penetrates the
    • First it affects the ego, then it goes to the astral body, then to
    • this experience. The experience sits in the ego, astral body, etheric
    • development, it proceeds in the following way: the ego organization,
    • the etheric body has been raised out by the ego organization and
    • body and ego, which are also especially strong from an earlier
    • exercises must be so oriented that they strengthen the ego
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    • beings, with physical body, etheric body, astral body, and ego
    • other renewal. They belong in this category in the most extreme
    • years of etheric body, astral body, and ego) fashions a new physical
    • inner astrality and ego nature, which in turn makes the etheric body
    • up to the change of teeth, the astral body and ego organization
    • that is working? In reality, whatever has to do with an ego nature.
    • beings who have something to do with an ego nature, above all, beings
    • organization and ego organization. Then in the second life period
  • Title: Pastoral Medicine: Lecture 5
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    • individuals, we find that as a first stage the ego organization
    • view the ego, by drawing the astral body to itself, is not allowing
    • karmic density, both ego and astral body are strong, and they bring
    • extreme opposite condition. Here the ego is weak, and the astral body
    • individuals, those whose astral body is drawing the ego down, are
    • body draws the ego organization in, there comes about a kind of power
    • almost completely lost the faculty of the ego organization that
    • consequence of the ego being drawn down into the astral body.
    • comes about. The astral body should only be drawing the ego down
    • after puberty, so that then the ego can completely unfold by the
    • already drawn the ego down after the change of teeth or in the ninth,
    • nineteenth, twentieth years, the ego is stuck too deeply in the
    • happen: the etheric body on its part can draw the astral body and ego
    • second stage, the drawing down of the ego and astral organization by
    • the etheric body. The individual snaps too strongly with the ego,
    • astral body and ego organization and they cannot unite so that it
    • snapping down of the ego and astral organization too strongly into
    • since the astral and ego organizations are being pulled inward, and
    • ego, astral, and etheric body are pulled in by the physical body, but
    • direction of the senses, that is, in the direction of the ego
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    • seen that there are individuals whose ego, astral body, and etheric
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    • what lies in the astral body and ego, one would never reach the sun,
    • in the ego and astral body during sleep, one does not reach the sun
    • body and ego without any connection to the etheric and physical
    • what the situation is when the astral body and ego approach the
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    • ego are also by themselves. Turning first to the physical and etheric
    • activity of the astral body and ego. In the human organism we find
    • physical body can only be healthful when the ego and astral
    • astral body and ego are in the etheric body, these processes are
    • body and ego. If they create a residue, this too is cause for
    • we have processes in the human physical body from which the ego is
    • “motor.” But there is ego out there in the world in all
    • those mineral processes. In them is what we can call world-ego. So we
    • a condition of non-ego, a sum of processes that are egoless,
    • processes that lack ego. And we have on the other hand in our outer
    • are permeated by ego — that means, by all the hierarchies who
    • are to be identified with ego. Mineral substance has ego.
    • should not be there, a sick process. It lacks ego. What can we do if
    • kingdom for that part of the ego that the person lacks, to cure what
    • that has an affinity to the sick organ, the ego-force that the organ
    • corresponding substance that has ego-force; then it has a healing
    • and the ego. In the case of these sick individuals, the ego and
    • Some of the ego and astral body is left out; it has not entirely sunk
    • part of the ego and astral body perceives that has not sunk down into
    • the etheric and physical body. When some of the astral body and ego
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    • have reached the ego. For in the breathing — and remember what
    • the ego. Just as we must grasp the connection of our physical body to
    • the connection of our ego — which we can feel in every
    • ego is ruled by the breath. And the life of our physical body lies
    • Platonic year in the same way that our ego activity is connected with
    • and astral body-ego. From a certain point of view we can say that
    • astral body-ego; from another point of view, from the divine, cosmic
    • breathing, that is, the weaving life of the ego, and the course of a
    • as physical human beings we breathe our astral body and ego out. When
    • die, we breathe out more than our astral body and ego from our
    • beings on the earth between our ego and our physical body, between
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    • bodies lie on the bed, and our astral body and ego are outside them.
    • outside the physical and etheric bodies: that is, the ego and astral
    • the Spirit with the astral body and ego.
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    • stage, and even to a certain degree of the ego organization that
    • to understand is the ego organization. For this one needs to grasp
    • the ego organization penetrates the human physical body. You can see
    • before us in physical, etheric and astral bodies, and an ego
    • etheric body are together on one side, and the ego organization and
    • appear in the connection of ego organization and astral body with
    • body, etheric body, astral body, ego organization. Then, in the
    • normally, but that the ego organization is somehow not properly
    • unable to come with their ego organization properly into their astral
    • the thoughts depends upon whether the ego organization is united with
    • sleep, their ego organization is not properly within the astral body,
    • with their ego and astral body both outside their physical and
    • now there begins to be a stronger pull of the ego organization,
    • drawing the astral body to itself, so that the ego organization and
    • physical and etheric bodies properly from the astral body and ego.
    • The person is unable to push the astral body and ego organization
    • astral and etheric bodies and the ego organization are closely united
    • present stage of earth evolution, when all three members — ego
    • cannot be illumined by the ego organization, astral body, and etheric
    • condition where only the ego organization has loosened itself from
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    • have described, the first stage consists of the ego organization
    • experience in their ego organization and astral body, while at the
    • spiritual experience in the ego organization and astral body, and at
    • body is drawn to the ego organization and experiences spiritual
    • the ego organization and astral organization draw the etheric body
    • the ego organization, astral organization, and etheric body are all
    • the ego; then it penetrates the astral body and penetrates the
    • First it affects the ego, then it goes to the astral body, then to
    • this experience. The experience sits in the ego, astral body, etheric
    • development, it proceeds in the following way: the ego organization,
    • the etheric body has been raised out by the ego organization and
    • body and ego, which are also especially strong from an earlier
    • exercises must be so oriented that they strengthen the ego
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    • beings, with physical body, etheric body, astral body, and ego
    • other renewal. They belong in this category in the most extreme
    • years of etheric body, astral body, and ego) fashions a new physical
    • inner astrality and ego nature, which in turn makes the etheric body
    • up to the change of teeth, the astral body and ego organization
    • that is working? In reality, whatever has to do with an ego nature.
    • beings who have something to do with an ego nature, above all, beings
    • organization and ego organization. Then in the second life period
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    • individuals, we find that as a first stage the ego organization
    • view the ego, by drawing the astral body to itself, is not allowing
    • karmic density, both ego and astral body are strong, and they bring
    • extreme opposite condition. Here the ego is weak, and the astral body
    • individuals, those whose astral body is drawing the ego down, are
    • body draws the ego organization in, there comes about a kind of power
    • almost completely lost the faculty of the ego organization that
    • consequence of the ego being drawn down into the astral body.
    • comes about. The astral body should only be drawing the ego down
    • after puberty, so that then the ego can completely unfold by the
    • already drawn the ego down after the change of teeth or in the ninth,
    • nineteenth, twentieth years, the ego is stuck too deeply in the
    • happen: the etheric body on its part can draw the astral body and ego
    • second stage, the drawing down of the ego and astral organization by
    • the etheric body. The individual snaps too strongly with the ego,
    • astral body and ego organization and they cannot unite so that it
    • snapping down of the ego and astral organization too strongly into
    • since the astral and ego organizations are being pulled inward, and
    • ego, astral, and etheric body are pulled in by the physical body, but
    • direction of the senses, that is, in the direction of the ego
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    • seen that there are individuals whose ego, astral body, and etheric
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    • what lies in the astral body and ego, one would never reach the sun,
    • in the ego and astral body during sleep, one does not reach the sun
    • body and ego without any connection to the etheric and physical
    • what the situation is when the astral body and ego approach the
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    • ego are also by themselves. Turning first to the physical and etheric
    • activity of the astral body and ego. In the human organism we find
    • physical body can only be healthful when the ego and astral
    • astral body and ego are in the etheric body, these processes are
    • body and ego. If they create a residue, this too is cause for
    • have processes in the human physical body from which the ego is
    • “motor.” But there is ego out there in the world in all
    • those mineral processes. In them is what we can call world-ego. So we
    • a condition of non-ego, a sum of processes that are egoless,
    • processes that lack ego. And we have on the other hand in our outer
    • are permeated by ego — that means, by all the hierarchies who
    • are to be identified with ego. Mineral substance has ego.
    • should not be there, a sick process. It lacks ego. What can we do if
    • kingdom for that part of the ego that the person lacks, to cure what
    • that has an affinity to the sick organ, the ego-force that the organ
    • corresponding substance that has ego-force; then it has a healing
    • and the ego. In the case of these sick individuals, the ego and
    • Some of the ego and astral body is left out; it has not entirely sunk
    • part of the ego and astral body perceives that has not sunk down into
    • the etheric and physical body. When some of the astral body and ego
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    • have reached the ego. For in the breathing — and remember what
    • the ego. Just as we must grasp the connection of our physical body to
    • the connection of our ego — which we can feel in every
    • ego is ruled by the breath. And the life of our physical body lies
    • Platonic year in the same way that our ego activity is connected with
    • and astral body-ego. From a certain point of view we can say that
    • astral body-ego; from another point of view, from the divine, cosmic
    • breathing, that is, the weaving life of the ego, and the course of a
    • as physical human beings we breathe our astral body and ego out. When
    • die, we breathe out more than our astral body and ego from our
    • beings on the earth between our ego and our physical body, between
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    • bodies lie on the bed, and our astral body and ego are outside them.
    • outside the physical and etheric bodies: that is, the ego and astral
    • the Spirit with the astral body and ego.
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    • ego, the fourth member of human nature, into a being in this whole
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    • fluctuating energies of our astral bodies and our egos, constitutes a
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    • himself is in his astral body, which hides within it his ego.
    • egotism, the inclination to be self-absorbed and self-isolated, the
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    • bodies and the bearer of the ego. We know that the physical and
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    • predisposition to, the rudiments of, the ego nature. For these old
    • n'schamah the lower members were dethroned. In the bearer of his ego
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    • this is nothing but an expression of egoism. Not until they transcend
    • this personal egoism and realise that they have no right to call
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    • Easter thought was transformed in an altogether egotistic direction.
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    • Ego into the physical and etheric bodies, making use of the physical
    • sense-impressions. Such is the life of day. At night, the Ego and
    • ensues. The physical and etheric bodies lie in the bed, but the Ego
    • when his Ego and astral body were outside his physical and etheric
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    • astral body and our Ego. The physical expression of the Ego, the ‘I,’
    • there were no interplay between Ego and astral body, coming to
    • etheric body, astral body and the Ego, the ‘I,’ — and that he can
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    • his own astral body and ego, but into his etheric body was woven a
    • because Augustine remained dependent upon his own ego and his own
    • errors of his ego. But when he had wrestled through, when his etheric
    • But when men are better prepared to receive the Christ Ego, then it
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    • spiritual world whose image is here on earth — the Ego. This
    • Being can so infuse His own power into the human ego, so pour Himself
    • coming to our ego, we have to trace this fact, that must sink more and
    • more into our ego during earthly existence, back to the Mystery of
    • ordinary ego within us? For the answer we must turn to what arose from
    • to the fullness of their ego, to what gives life to their ego in the
    • each soul awaken the ego to a higher stage of existence. Speaking thus
    • actual centre of his being, from his ego, we come next to the sheath
    • in the hidden depths of our being something in which our true ego is
    • an egoist that he is unable to love. Even where the case is less
    • greatest egoist, thanks be to God, for even in egoistical striving
    • charitable love another love — albeit one arising from egoism.
    • we have his essential kernel, the ego, surrounded by its sheaths;
    • is at hand. That is, take to yourselves the human ego that need no
    • light into the ego of man, so that into his ego the heavens are able
    • to descend. Previously, the ego could come to men only by sinking into
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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
    • ego-consciousness took on the form it has now. Before then, the
    • way was a man able to acquire a feeling of the ego within him; to
    • 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
    • had no ego-feeling such as is characteristic of them to-day. And as
    • the ego-feeling is intimately connected with memory, we need not be
    • this feeling for his ego during early childhood, a man does not even
    • a feeling for his ego, and the forces are unfolding which will make it
    • experienced by the ego so that it should rely increasingly upon
    • ego must come for all souls; but it will mean disaster for those who
    • which the ego descended among men. The Christ-event had also to happen
    • in that epoch, because, with Him, the ego made its descent in a
    • of the ego; we now experience how one of our sheaths casts a kind of
    • ego-soul of man.
    • the shining into the ego-soul of the love-forces of the etheric body,
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    • physical existence we need a conception of our Ego, which once
    • In a man with whom to a certain extent this Ego-thread is broken, a
    • away from the connection with his Ego. He does not remember his
    • extinguished. The Ego is wrenched away and the man suffers from a
    • was dissociated from the Ego.
    • Now, you see, just as in the life between birth and death the Ego must
    • possibility of preserving our Ego. Now this possibility is given us,
    • Ego. We see in particular everything in which our Ego was interested.
    • Ego. For we owe the power of being able to retain the Ego between
    • precisely the means by which we retain our Ego-consciousness after
    • never experience a spiritual Ego. For we owe the possibility of
    • experiencing a spiritual Ego to the fact that we can die
    • physically.” Thus lie the facts for our Ego. The Ego is
    • between waking and sleeping. During sleep we are within our Ego and
    • soul, that is, the Ego and astral body, we find that this activity is
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    • our Ego-consciousness between death and rebirth is, as it were,
    • gives the starting point for the maintenance of the Ego through the
    • knows: ‘I am an Ego!’ Here in physical life we realise our
    • Ego through the fact — which I have often pointed out — that
    • feeling of the Ego, but often a feeling of separation. That is because
    • man here on the physical plane only really feels his Ego through
    • aware of yourself. We are thereby made aware of our Ego. Not the Ego
    • itself is aroused — the Ego is a Being — but the
    • 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
    • Ego remains. But there now appears, and you can gather for yourselves,
    • they are all different. Yet one may distinguish categories. There are,
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    • human soul, the entire human Ego, to form such connections with the
    • of that principle we live in our Ego, in the physical life between
    • can say: we build up the consciousness soul because with our Ego we
    • And the true Ego, which rests still deeper in the subconsciousness,
    • old Moon. Our Ego is the baby among the human principles, it is the
    • evolutions are completed, will the Ego be formed, as the physical body
    • is fashioned now — but this Ego rests the whole time in the bosom
    • the Ego. But this knowledge is already now within us and the evolution
    • because the Ego is reflected in the physical body: but behind this
    • the true Ego. It is good to place these things before the mind, before
    • principles of human nature (etheric body, astral body, and Ego), are
    • etheric body, astral body, and Ego are adjusted. This would occur, if
    • from one another. The etheric body, astral body and Ego would still
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    • We then look back at our external world here, which is encompassed by our Ego.
    • But there the soul unable to be as egoistic as it was here, looks back on
    • his egotism and drives it down to the sphere of unconsciousness, if he
    • it were, allows his egotism to dominate, it then lays holds of his
    • life, but by the egotism forced out of the ordinary consciousness down
    • much egotism. Therefore, the avoidance of egotism in the development
    • prevail, then reason sometimes administers a strong dose of egotism.
    • Or it may be that egotism so prevails that we find man more subtle
    • case he has pressed the egotism down into his astral body. Then comes
    • egotism is removed either into a deeper or a higher sphere of
    • that we should not remove egotism from our ordinary consciousness. But
    • interests he is always in some way already fighting his egotism. For
    • to because of his egotism, but to have our interests really extended.
    • it only enhances egotism. If it were made so easy to enter Spiritual
    • Science then each one could enter without overcoming his egotism. But
    • we get rid of a little of our egotism; we enter what we wish to
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    • Ego. When we thus look back into ourselves, our soul gaze meets this
    • consciously present with our Ego in all these memories, and have been
    • able to retain them. If that were not so, the continuity of our Ego
    • between going to sleep and waking, we live in the astral body and Ego.
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    • basis of ego hood. This fact was impressed on their pupils by the
    • themselves: ‘Look at the snake and you will see the sign of your ego’.
    • independent ego and the snake belong together. Thus an awareness of
    • waking consciousness. The ego has clear day-consciousness.
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    • position. The limb system separated off into two categories and the
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    • through which the ego is partially torn out of the usual environment
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    • without separateness. Consciousness of self we call the ego. Man can
    • contemplation of physical things belongs more to the Ego. One must
    • of directing his ego towards the physical world, knows as yet but
    • awake. Here his ego is present and finds its full expression. The
    • astral ego cannot yet fully express itself on the Physical Plane and
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    • the ego. The working of the Devas in the life after death. Sojourn in
    • The spinal cord with the brain is the organ of the ego. This is
    • and physical bodies. After the organ of the ego (spinal cord and
    • brain) had been prepared, the ego laid itself in the bed made ready
    • the ego.
    • The spinal cord and brain are the organ of the ego.
    • have built up the human being. Then the ego makes itself felt and this
    • this point of the ego, consciously experiences what previously he went
    • place investigate what took place when our ego was being developed. In
    • human ego [Gap in the text ...] He has at present no influence on
    • What is only in its beginnings, the ‘baby’ in man, is the ego
    • Organisation. This is the four-fold man, which contains the ego as the
    • working of the ego into the astral body, the education of the astral
    • working his ego into the astral body. When the Sixth Root-race, the
    • Sixth Epoch, has reached its conclusion, the ego will have completely
    • to be dependent on the support of the Deva forces. As long as the ego
    • is the development of the esoteric pupil. He works the ego into the
    • the work of his own ego. Then he also gradually begins to see into
    • as man even begins to think, he is already working the ego into his
    • has nothing to do with the ego. Every connection between the physical
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    • I am a separate entity for myself, an ego, because I am enclosed in a
    • The human ego-consciousness was to be purified and healed through
    • Christianity. Christ had to raise and purify the self-centred ego, so
    • The Earth corresponds to the Ego
    • egotistical self, this leads in Devachan into the condition of
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    • etheric body, the astral body and the ego.
    • individual ego. The human being had to become a self-effacing imprint
    • and Rosicrucianism. They sought the perfecting of the ego in the form
    • occultist said to himself: ‘Thine ego is not only within thyself, but
    • for me; out of this foundation arose self-awareness, the ego. And just
    • as the ego has been formed through these other kingdoms, so must it
    • transformation of our etheric, astral and ego bodies.’ These three
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    • body. We know that the human being develops by working from the ego
    • upon the three other bodies. The ego is nothing other than what worked
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    • related to our lower. When someone produces egotistical thoughts, this
    • do not possess this impulse. Hence with them Manas is egotistical. Had
    • in the strongest sense of the word an egotistical being. Manasic
    • evolution is one tending to egoism and independence. Its task was to
    • egotistical.
    • astral body evokes an intensification of the most brutal egoism. It
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    • ego. When he sleeps, the astral body with the ego is outside the human
    • lying in the bed. The two other members, the astral body and the ego,
    • But in the night the etheric, body is alone, without the ego, and is
    • ego at night in astral space experiences little else than things
    • connected with daily life. When the ego returns, it may or may not
    • in that he seeks the ego in the community. It belongs to the function
    • for each part to form an ego. This is the black path. The white path
    • is the one which strives for what is common, which forms an ego in
    • sink ourselves into our own ego organisation, to desire always more
    • them. It can come about that in his ego someone may have such a strong
    • such a shell that has nothing whatever to do with the ego which is
    • after his ego has separated from the physical body together with the
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    • worked upon and ennobled by the ego. With savages the greater part is
    • towards our next incarnation. The part of the ego that has been made
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    • the work of our higher Ego we transform the transient body given us by
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    • morality (ethical human categories). The caste system is a precursor
    • of this later moral gradation. Categories of Karma will be indicated
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    • away from the true knowledge of God. They are the bearers of egoism
    • have reached the stage at which our Masters stand today. Then our ego
    • The higher ego then
    • The White Lodge will be looked upon as a unity, an ego comprising
    • everything. All human egos and all separateness will be given up and
    • egos are within it, making a whole. This immense globe, contracted,
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    • We will now consider our present Ego. There are within it a multitude
    • today we say: It is out of the Ego that the civilised world has
    • the ego. From out of all this it was put together. All the things
    • constructed by human skill have been born out of the Ego. In the
    • middle of the Lemurian Age the Ego was still empty; man could as yet
    • know the world from outside. His Ego was at that time like a hollow
    • at first his empty Ego. At the end of the physical Globe everything
    • will be present as reflected image in our Ego. When at last we have
    • ego. This content of his Ego will be vivified by Buddhi and later, on
    • create the new plant kingdom out of the Ego.
    • In the middle of the Lemurian Age the Ego was like a hole bored into
    • matter. All our Egos were at that time such holes in matter which
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    • distributed outside, and within man the egoistic fire.
    • consciousness of the ego.
    • individual ego which produces egoism. Man owes his independence to the
    • overcoming of egoism.
    • overcoming of egoism, but in such a way that the balance is held
    • about. Man will then pour out what he now has within him: his egoism.
    • balance. The Seventh Sub-Race will harden egoism. Later the
    • World-egoism proceeds from the Anglo-American Race. From that
    • direction the whole Earth will be overlaid with egoism. It is from
    • Earth like a network of egoism. So it is from there that the whole
    • Earth will be covered by a network of egotistic evil. But from a small
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    • and Cain the Sun race. This allegory is very profound. Occult teaching
    • transition to ego-hood. This feeding on what is dead is rightly
    • connected with the desire for the ego. Man became independent through
    • bring about egoism. From the original Semites up to the Fifth
    • Sub-Race, the human ego was very gradually developed. In the Sixth
    • possessiveness, with egoism. He who reckons with consumption turns his
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    • twelve brethren. It is a beautiful and powerful allegory. The
    • allegorical now makes its appearance: the intellect, when it wishes to
    • be effective, becomes the recounter of allegories.
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    • beings, is the bearer of the human ego, which endows us in such a
    • ego predominates, a choleric temperament results. Where the astral
    • has also frequently been mentioned. The ego expresses itself in the
    • In the choleric, the ego and the blood system predominate. The
    • restraining influence of the ego. People who do not exercise that
    • well-being, his astral body's liveliness, and his ego's purposeful
    • quite clearly in external appearance. People in whom the ego
    • presence known. Accordingly their ego stunts the growth of the other
    • another classic example of the choleric, was so short because his ego
    • be found. The inwardness of the ego, the choleric's self-contained
    • The sanguine, whose ego has not taken such deep root, who is filled
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    • astral body; and also a fourth member, the “Ego,” the
    • and ego — that is to say, one visible and three invisible,
    • an ego, and we shall presently see what significance this has for
    • possibility of forming ideas, and in the experience of the Ego
    • his ego. That which he does not inherit, which can sustain its
    • ego. It is this that must enter human existence; it cannot be
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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
    • definite organizing forces through his self-conscious ego. For,
    • have to reach man by way of his ego. And then we see something else —
    • balance with the help of his ego. There is no question here of
    • is open to what lies at the basis of the human ego — to what is
    • 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.
    • the spirit, of the ego, from within outwards push against the form of
    • self-conscious ego is in opposition to the organization and forces
    • realm of speech-sound, of concept and of what we call ego being, the
    • speech-sound, concept or ego being as in other beings. The animal
    • animals any perception of their own ego being. And materialistic
    • perception of ego being in the animal organization; thus scientific
    • the ego being are concerned. Were the possibility of development in
    • conception of concepts, and his conception of the ego, of the ego
    • through the direct intercourse of the self-conscious ego with the
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    • and spirit of man — that is to say, the astral body and ego
    • Where, then, are the astral body and ego? This is the question put to
    • egotistical satisfaction — but of one thing you may be sure: they
    • own egotistical way. He must be willing to wait until the cosmos gives
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    • body and our etheric body need the oxygen from the air; our ego and
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    • such as selfishness or egoism we possess. Then our soul becomes
    • our selfishness and egoism. When, through this, one comes to see how
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    • concept of egoism. We cannot meet the case simply by saying that a man
    • must lay aside his egoism in order to pass over selflessly into the
    • region of the spiritual world. That is easy to say. This egoism, in
    • with what we may not only egoistically hold to be of value in life,
    • egoism should always be looked upon as harmful because in its finer
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    • ego. It is his whole self that he feels as a memory in the moment when
    • ego. Now, on looking back on his ego, he feels that there also is a
    • able to remember what you formerly called your ego. You now live in a
    • more highly organised ego that bears the same relation to the former
    • ego that you as thinker bear to memories of life in the world of the
    • earthly man, actually is; one looks down on one's ego-man.
    • this higher spirit-land when experiencing the splitting of the ego,
    • and the ordinary ego in memory only. It is here that one is first able
    • progress of the soul as an ego being. Standing out from the general
    • point of experiencing man as an ego being, you also experience for the
    • comprehend themselves as ego beings. This comprehension of one's being
    • as an ego being, together with all the blossoming of spiritual life in
    • nature, that at first has nothing in it of the ego. But then, within,
    • Mystery of Golgotha and permeated by the ego.
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    • and egoistic play into the life of the senses, and we know that the
    • development of every soul must start from egoism. That is natural. We
    • also know that man can work his way out from egoism. Into all that
    • souls have been able to do on earth through egoism, there comes what
    • the whole world-order and existence through being an egoist and having
    • affect mankind? It was their ego-hood, and because within them there
    • alone, out of their ego-hood. In this indirect way, through ego-hood,
    • into the whole life of humanity. When does this ego-hood of man come
    • individually, what belongs most deeply to his ego-hood. But in all
    • that man can do for his fellows out of his ego-hood lives Lucifer, the
    • ourselves from all the dross of faulty ego-hood and the egoism of
    • lectures — that in our higher ego, which, in the sense of our
    • previous lectures, bears within it merely a memory of the ordinary ego
    • — in this higher ego, we ourselves prepare the very destiny that
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    • his ego or thought body. The essential thing at every stage of
    • that is human egoism — not merely individual egoism, but the
    • egoism of family, race and people. From this point of view, and
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    • with the sun, and we experience the Ego outside the body. Next comes
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    • discovers what the astral body and Ego of man experience when they
    • spiritual gaze to the experiences of our Ego during the years that
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    • in our Ego. Inner dissatisfaction comes from pressure of the
    • the Ego can only be obtained by development of the phantom-corpse.
    • to tread a difficult path in the future. We shall forego the
    • foregoing all the subsequent life of humanity. This has to be veiled
    • now remains entirely hidden in the Ego and astral body. The Spiritual
    • not have arrived at the full consciousness of the Ego, He can only
    • attain to full consciousness of his Ego by developing to the highest
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    • incarnations. In all this the feeling of the Ego must be preserved.
    • gives the power to maintain the remembrance of the Ego. The Christ
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    • Ego. It is due to Christ that we can keep this memory up to the
    • forgotten ourselves. We have to develop our Ego so powerfully on
    • 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
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    • lifts us out of our solitary egoism and draws us into community with
    • the egoistic circle of his individual life, for it is not he alone
    • out of the soul-nature, certainly, but none the less egoistic. Of
    • egoism, whether of a grosser or more refined sort, which leads a
    • remain egotistically bound up with our own thoughts, but only if we
    • led in your soul life away out of egoism towards a concern for other
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    • another out of the egoistic needs of economic life, and from the
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    • the conventional categories of the Physics textbooks, — in
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  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • the man in question calls his Ego, his strong, inner self, through
    • extinguished. His Ego is entirely suppressed; it is as though he were
    • state of ecstasy he is never aware of his Ego, he does not distinguish
    • only the Ego that can distinguish itself from surrounding objects.
    • do with mirage or reality — for on that the Ego alone can decide.
    • Ego-consciousness and a fading of sense-perception; these two
    • crumble, to dissolve it is as if the Ego — which otherwise seems
    • penetrate below his ordinary Ego. It is the ordinary Ego that rebels
    • to what is below this Ego, to something that actually caused the blow.
    • outer world vanishes and his own Ego expands as it were into a whole
    • his Ego, we shall realise that this is not a state to be striven for
    • the world, depends upon the fact that in our Ego we have a firm centre
    • experiencing the Ego, then for the time being we have lost our very
    • to the Ego, makes himself the culprit for whatever he has to
    • If he brings his Ego to expression in the outward direction, he
    • of his Ego. And in the other direction the inner experiences in the
    • life of soul do not let him through below the Ego, below those
    • That is what actually happens. Just as in ecstasy we pour out our Ego,
    • 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
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    • Ego and astral body emerge from the physical and etheric bodies when
    • asserting a one-sided point of view. Man's Ego and astral body are in
    • astral body and Ego have emerged from his physical and etheric bodies.
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    • in respect, that is to say, of his astral body and Ego, man lives
    • Ego and our astral body as we perceive outer objects in waking life;
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    • egoism and self-love and cultivate selflessness. He must make himself
    • make the resolve to eliminate his own Ego completely, to submit to no
    • elimination of his Ego caused him to see with the spiritual eyes of
    • their stamp through the foregoing centuries, have always been called
    • moment a man discards his physical body; his Ego and astral body
    • Ego entirely to his teacher he would never have been able to tread the
    • through his own self-seeking Ego.
    • moment he could scarcely have escaped the claims of his Ego. For the
    • danger on this descent into a man's inner being is that his Ego may
    • inevitably discover that the self-seeking Ego asserts itself with
    • their self-seeking Ego asserts its claims, they begin to lie
    • claims made by his own self-seeking Ego. And mystics with good and
    • Meister Eckhart protect himself against the claims of his own Ego?
    • laid aside his own self. He eliminated his Ego and felt himself filled
    • with a different Ego. The word Entwerdung (as the opposite of
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 6: Experiences of Initiation in the Northern Mysteries
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    • by his egoistic impulses. The Ego awakens with a strength that would
    • accordance with the colouring given it by this reinforced Ego. For
    • that the strength of the, Ego-feeling, the Ego-consciousness, should
    • be subdued. The Ego had as it were to be given over to the spiritual
    • leader or teacher. This subjugation of the Ego was effected in such a
    • Ego-consciousness of the candidate for Initiation was reduced, to
    • But I must emphasise that this Ego-consciousness did not fade away
    • strength of human egoism; for even when Ego-consciousness was reduced
    • to one-twelfth, a powerful force of egoism still came forth
    • to hold in check this outpouring egoism, to keep a spiritual hold on
    • the man whose Ego was thus subdued, twelve helpers were needed for the
    • Ego were to pour consciously into the Macrocosm, would be so dazzling,
    • ecstasy the Ego is like a tiny drop mingling in a large volume of
    • himself, outside his ordinary nature; he lets his Ego flow out of him.
    • the Ego would cease to control him. Nevertheless in bygone times,
    • as the loss of the Ego, but this condition was less perilous in those
    • death-shudder of Winter, while still retaining something of their Ego
    • feature in this process was the loss of the Ego. The Ego became
    • candidate's own soul, the Ego-force, had to be brought to him from
    • strengthened one aspect of their Ego. Because they had cultivated one
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    • can distinguish ourselves with our Egohood quite clearly from objects
    • right. It is a very general egoistic attitude and need not be
    • his Ego. In ordinary life the Ego is nothing but the aggregate of
    • that our Ego is not immediately lost when we enter the higher world
    • for the first time. For the Ego is not lost when it is able to be
    • losing our Ego.
    • The loss of the Ego on entering the spiritual world would, however,
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    • supposes that what he calls his Ego is within himself. But in
    • sheaths with his astral body and his Ego, it is obvious that during
    • the hours of sleep the Ego must certainly not be sought within the
    • Ego has poured into the cosmic expanse; hence the entry into the body
    • on waking in the morning must not be imagined as though the Ego merely
    • slipped back into the body. A kind of contraction of the Ego takes
    • is perceptible to clairvoyant consciousness is that the Ego is not by
    • To clairvoyant consciousness the Ego is always present in a certain
    • Ego, in its substantiality, is also always present around us. What the
    • clairvoyant sees as a kind of light-aura may be called the Ego-aura.
    • Man is always surrounded by a spiritual cloud of this nature. The Ego
    • whole Ego-aura. In the morning the Ego approaches from all sides, from
    • Now let us consider more exactly how the Ego slips into the body, and
    • reason is that when the Ego is passing out of the Macrocosm into the
    • with an Ego he appears to us as a being higher than the plant. Only a
    • experiences the advance made by the Ego from one day to the next is a
    • The advance made by the Ego can be indicated by a serpentine spiral.
    • and the advance made by the Ego. — Symbol after symbol can be
  • 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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    • Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points.
    • CONTEMPLATION OF THE EGO FROM TWELVE VANTAGE-POINTS.
    • our Ego itself in the Imaginative world.
    • We have described how it is possible to look back upon the Ego from
    • outside. On passing the Guardian of the Threshold the Ego is
    • objectively before us. But we may look at this Ego once, twice, three
    • a picture of our Ego, it is essential to know that twelve different
    • pictures of the Ego can be seen. There are twelve different
    • pictures of every single Ego, and only after contemplating it from
    • the Ego from outside corresponds exactly to what is reflected in the
    • stations, so the human Ego is illumined from twelve different stations
    • certain category of phenomena he could have performed an enormous
    • prepare ourselves to view the Ego from twelve standpoints. But there
    • sheer egoism if anyone wished to have it for himself alone; mystical
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    • contemplate our own Ego from outside as soon as we enter the higher
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    • lying in the bed, while the astral body and the Ego pass out into a
    • consisting of astral body and Ego. This latter part is beyond the
    • — are permeated by the astral body and Ego, whereas the plant has
    • these bodies are permeated by the Ego and astral body.
    • higher level by virtue of his, astral body and Ego. In our human
    • integrating astral body and Ego into our plant-like nature. The plant
    • astral body and Ego are working upon him. The plant is an example, an
    • waking state with astral body and Ego. On the other hand, in the
    • before us today would be impossible without astral body and Ego, so we
    • Ego, of his feelings and impulses of will, man could not unfold this
    • his astral body and Ego. Physical body and etheric body must be there
    • first and astral body and Ego can then enter into them.
    • when he actually had no astral body or Ego but only a physical and an
    • antecedents of astral body and Ego. In a primeval epoch there had to
    • when the astral body and Ego emerge from the spiritual world and are
    • Ego had at some time to come out of the spiritual world and find
    • possible for his astral body and Ego to develop. Our thought is
    • dependent upon Sun and Earth. An astral body and Ego must have been
    • body or Ego can enter into the plants of today. Man's physical and
    • astral body and Ego as well. No solar activity could have come from
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    • of what we call the ego of the human being, which bestows as
    • physiognomy. We cannot investigate the ego by
    • then approach the ego not by
    • but we first acquire a real spiritual observation of the ego
    • to achieve such a view of the ego in ordinary life, in our
    • of the ego, is that the latter gradually evolves as the body
    • grows. A child does not appear to have an ego. As the body
    • ego appears to wrestle its way out of the body. This view is
    • ego it is possible to see where the error of the ordinary
    • gives us insight into the human ego. When we can use this
    • human ego is no more connected to the bodily nature, that is,
    • the lungs. We get to know the ego as it really is and we know
    • from outside, so the ego flows out of the spiritual world into
    • connection of the ego to a spiritual world that is independent
    • knowledge of the ego, and it is the first thing we come to know
    • about the nature of the ego. From this point we learn more and
    • the ego as something independent of the life of the body in the
    • ego, as a state where the ego is embedded in spiritual beings.
    • link the ego to other spiritual beings, which can be observed
    • ego is linked to them and we find a complete ego-organism. This
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    • dividing everything into particular classes or categories, in
    • to a certain category, to be put in its particular place.
    • categories. We should imagine for once how we should deal with
    • nature, which we quite rightly divide into categories, if
    • putting things into categories, classes, determining a
    • self, the same self, but in another form, the true ego
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    • an ego. It gives us our ordinary self-consciousness. We
    • in an allegorical or symbolical way.
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    • manifestation of his Ego is to be recognised in his brow and
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    • and his predecessors sought the essential ego not in
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    • smell and taste, man has to remember that his ego and astral body
    • red shaded area for the soul-spirit aspect, the ego and astral body.)
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    • and the ego organization. As I pointed out yesterday, there existed
    • etheric bodies, the contents of the astral body and the ego
    • Wahle, who declared that the ego, thinking, feeling, and willing were
    • This process is even more pronounced in regard to the ego
    • man looked into himself, the ego became by degrees something like a
    • its very existence. Not ego consciousness, but the experience of the
    • ego was for men of former ages something rich in content and fully
    • real. This ego experience expressed itself in something that was a
    • and thinned out into our present quite diluted ego feeling.
    • of the ego.
    • and call the astral body and ego-organization the “upper
    • what went on in his soul. As to the ego, however, this was so little
    • the mere dot of the ego.
    • called, was experienced in the sensation of the ego.
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    • the soul life) and ego. Let us be clear that properly speaking the
    • at work. Finally, the ego organization is active in everything that
    • down to the idea of the ego or to a mere feeling. Therefore we now
    • and ego are active. By experiencing the final condition there in
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    • The foregoing equation corresponds to the chemical effect, and this
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    • spirit-men, that being at which our word ‘Ego’ now only
    • hints. This ‘Ego’ once connoted for man something which knew
    • nature of the ‘Ego’, and this power has been lost to modern
    • knowledge. Even philosophers see in the ‘Ego’ only the
    • the ‘Ego’, the spiritual man, is contradicted by every
    • sleep; for in sleep the content of this ‘Ego’ is
    • extinguished. A consciousness which knows only such an ‘Ego
    • the true ‘Ego’ has been lost to modern spiritual life, and
    • Ego’, if Religion is to have its proper place in the life
    • further as etheric, astral and spiritual or ‘Ego’ man and
    • knowledge of the ‘true Ego’, in order to establish the
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    • the spiritual world. The Ego which we know in ordinary consciousness
    • true Ego, has his place in the spiritual world, when he is sunk in
    • condition the Ego lives in this rhythm and in the metabolic processes
    • etheric organisms; and the astral organisms and the Ego then take
    • the astral organism and to the true form of the Ego and consciously
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    • described in the foregoing considerations, can give such a definition.
    • naturally appear grotesque. But the foregoing explanations have shown
    • an ‘Ego-feeling’, in which the ‘universe-feeling’
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    • Ego’. This feeling has arisen only in the course of human
    • It was necessary for the complete unfolding of the ego-consciousness,
    • the ego-consciousness could be freely cultivated.
    • consciousness which could develop the complete Ego-sense, but nothing
    • sense-world in which the ego-consciousness develops, to the spirit,
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    • present moment as one's own proper Ego.
    • ego into the physical organism than is the case in the ordinary
    • ego-consciousness, which can only be treated in conjunction with the
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IX: The Destination of the Ego-Consciousness in Conjunction with the Christ-problem
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    • THE DESTINATION OF THE EGO-CONSCIOUSNESS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE
    • picture of the experience of the astral organism and the ego-being
    • In awaking, the astral organism and the ego enter into the etheric and
    • activities of the etheric and astral organism and of the ego. In his
    • pre-earthly existence; in the ego exists the eternal central being of
    • organization and the Ego; and just because the consciousness of soul
    • organization and his Ego.
    • one and from the Ego. Now man carries his etheric and astral organism
    • and his ego in himself. Through the casting off of the physical
    • astral organism and his ego.
    • this astral organism and the Ego. But in everything that can be called
    • blood-circulation, etc. the astral organization and the Ego continue
    • astral organization and the Ego can blend with the rhythmical
    • In man's Feeling life the astral organism and the Ego are united with
    • centuries the Initiates had to tell their followers: The degree of Ego
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    • organism of the will the true nature of the Ego. While something
    • constituted that the presentation of the ego-development in it would
    • ego; and the cure can be found only by means of such knowledge. For in
    • freedom brought about in earthly life by the ego-consciousness. Man
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    • its culture. There are egoists who withdraw from the tasks of the present
    • our self? Certainly not in us alone! To think that would be egoistic. The
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    • constitution is the bearer of the ego. Thus we have his physical body,
    • The ego bearer, the fourth
    • body, he is able to perceive the ego bearer. Man has the other three
    • But the ego bearer distinguishes him from these kingdoms and he becomes
    • makes him man. Not until the “I,” the ego, works on the
    • of his constitution. The ego begins first of all to work upon the astral
    • cleansing or catharsis. In this way the ego works at the perfecting
    • not so the other. Let us now suppose that the ego continues to work
    • beautiful. If an individual is simply obeying a command, his ego is
    • habit, then the ego is working upon the etheric body as well.
    • ego works upon the etheric body we will think of an example. When something
    • or other is explained to you and you have understood it, then the ego
    • in the latter case, the ego works upon the astral body and, in the former,
    • worked upon by the ego, although in the average individual still to
    • possibility for man. He can work from his ego into the physical body.
    • upon his physical body unconsciously, but not from his ego. This is
    • lower members as the result of the work of the ego. In this work upon
    • 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
    • etheric body, astral body and the ego. The ego, working unconsciously upon
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    • body and ego bearer pass out of the physical body and the tableau of
    • of quenching it. He suffers from these longings and from having to forego
    • purified and regulated by his ego. What was once his as the bearer of
    • by his ego, frees itself after the period of kamaloka. On his further
    • transformed through his ego. Whatever urges he has ennobled into beauty,
    • of the kamaloka period the human being consists of the ego and around
    • of the previous life outside his ego, his “I.”
    • be only approximately suitable for the astral body and ego, these higher
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    • his astral body as a third corpse, everything upon which the ego has
    • eighteenth to the twenty-first day after conception, the ego can
    • the male element and the female element work together. The human ego would
    • the ego is already working on the embryo; but not until much later,
    • exchange of the ego may take place. We will speak of that later. The
    • ego is the first factor to intervene for the purpose of development.
    • outside by other beings. Two different categories of beings participate
    • point when the ego itself, the real man, begins to work upon what has
    • through being made acquainted with allegories and symbols, especially
    • is not until the twenty-first year that the ego is born and only from
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VI: The Configuration and Metamorphoses of Man's Physical Body
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    • and ego — the bearer of the ego, which means complete independence.
    • Neither the ego nor the astral body are the most perfect members of
    • the astral body nor of the ego-bearer.
    • without the pertinent ego, is present in a physical stone, and that
    • in order to experience their human epoch, to acquire ego consciousness.
    • These sublime beings therefore acquired ego consciousness on Saturn
    • thanks. First, the faculty that alone enables an ego-bearer to find
    • but at the same time to cultivate selfishness, egoism. If I wanted to
    • developed their ego consciousness.
    • their ego consciousness on Saturn. They were obliged to make up for
    • of his being, the bearer of the ego.
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    • Spirits of Form or Powers instill the ego, bringing it about that in
    • this phase of evolution the ego enters gradually into what had come
    • an ego-man could come into existence at all as the expression of ego
    • always to be found. When the ego of humanity was to be instilled, the
    • astral body only, with the ego. Then it turned out that the astral body,
    • permeated by the ego, was incapable of penetrating the physical body.
    • the entry of the ego, the Christ principle, was first achieved.
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VIII: Stages in the Evolution of our Earth. Lemurian, Atlantean, Post-Atlantean Epochs.
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    • this because they were retarded beings. Nor could they affect the ego,
    • man's astral body, but man himself had meantime progressed and the ego
    • worked upon the ego; higher beings were doing so, and also upon the
    • astral body, but only through and by way of the ego. These higher beings
    • by way of the ego and so have purified the astral body. Instead of this,
    • ego, not influenced by the higher beings working in him. Secondly, it
    • turned to evil and used these forces for egotistic purposes, he
    • old initiates or magicians who had not persisted in clinging egotistically
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture IX: Man's Experience after Death
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    • of the ego, the “I,” the feeling of his own personality
    • would have meant that these souls would bring egoism with them into
    • is also the Ego Being, the highest principle that can be membered into
    • the physical expression of the ego flowed from the wounds of the Redeemer
    • on Golgotha, at that moment the ego of Christ united with the earth. But
    • and it was on the earth that the ego was first added — the ego
    • expression of the ego. Blood kinship and the ties of blood were the
    • group ego declined. In earlier times the human being belonged to a communal
    • tribal ego and he felt safe and secure within it, within the bosom of
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture X: On Karma, Reincarnation and Initiation
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    • the ego is being incorporated into the earth, that is to say, from the
    • animal, whose ego is the group soul, there is even today no reincarnation.
    • The connection between an animal species and the ego belonging to it
    • that is designated by the now complete penetration of the ego into man's
    • ego emerge and are in the spiritual world. But why is it that he perceives
    • his astral body and ego enter during the night? It is because the astral
  • Title: The Story of the Green Serpent and the Beautiful Lily: Lecture I
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    • driven out by the Ego. Here we must be good.” The Divine
    • egotistical. If this force of reason and this knowledge were to join
    • the service of egoism is objectionable and worthless, will be
    • necessary stage of transition. Human egoism can be overcome if it is
  • Title: The Story of the Green Serpent and the Beautiful Lily: Lecture II
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    • remains the slave of his lower ego. The ascent from Kama to Mana is
    • dangerous, unless at the same time the lower ego is sacrificed. With
    • Ahamkara, the slaves of the lower Ego. This wisdom cannot endure. The
    • the strength not to fill its Ego with pride, not to allow it to
    • Atma — the divine Ego; the silver king is Buddhi — the
    • so too; when through the radiant Sun of knowledge man raises his Ego
    • Indian allegory describes these sheaths as the petals of the lotus
    • debt she becomes invisible. The Ego can only be seen in the light of
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 1: The Birth of the Light
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  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 3: Signs and Symbols of the Christmas Festival
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    • ether body, astral body and ego.
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    • classes or categories of spiritual beings, perceptible to occult
    • To-day we shall speak of two other forms or categories of
    • second category which we then described are to be found in water that
    • category of such spiritual beings with which occult vision can become
    • have become acquainted with four categories of nature-spirits, having
    • us as thoughts, feelings, and impulses of will. Thus in this category
    • principles of man's nature, which at first we understand as the ego
    • but as regards the normal consciousness our ego is still more asleep
    • plurality, if he is still asleep in his ego and awake in his astral
    • the man should not if possible allow his ego to sleep when his astral
    • one element which we must preserve, if our ego is not to sleep while
    • qualities, our ego will never be asleep when our astral body is awake.
    • We shall carry the connection with our ego into the world in which we
    • and etheric bodies. Then, if we awake with our ego, not only do we
    • with our ego, we feel ourselves not only poured out into the whole
    • are so far advanced that we can awaken our ego and astral body
    • becomes conscious of his ego, he has nothing to do with them. He then
    • regard to man: “behind his astral body is his ego ” —
    • to the astral body, and the Planetary Spirit to the ego of man.”
    • Just as the ego of man perceives the physical environment of earth, so
  • Title: Lecture 3: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • of his astral body and his ego separating from his physical and
    • as the next category in a higher world change their state of
    • beings, of which we are speaking as the next category above man, are
    • that when we ascend to the higher category of beings no longer
    • category above man, are active externally, they then manifest
    • higher category — we call them, speaking generally, the beings of
    • the next higher category.
    • possibility to the beings of the higher category spoken of here, so
    • our inner being we describe as our egoistic experience, as that which
    • Probably to become free from what we call usually egoistic impulses is
    • egoistic inner life, we must lay aside even that coloring of inner
    • egoistic existence. This is felt by men who assert again and again
    • own inner being, he grows beyond mere egoism, and a higher self, as we
    • the human being with his egoism in this one incarnation. When we begin
    • egoistic interests, occult vision draws our attention to this fact:
    • same time. This third category of the Third Hierarchy we call the
  • Title: Lecture 4: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • possible for man to rise above himself, to subdue all his own special ego
    • of man, because in this condition a man with his ego and his astral
    • categories just as we did among the beings of the Third Hierarchy. To
    • distinguish between these categories will be more difficult, for the
    • second stage becomes aware of what we call the category of the Spirits
    • It is still more difficult to consider a third category of such beings
    • the third category of the Second Hierarchy. But this cannot take place
    • and we recognize a third category of the beings of the Second
  • Title: Lecture 5: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • were, beside the other being. But even this last remains of egoistic
    • then aware also belong to three categories. The first category we
    • and animals the spirits belonging to one of the categories of the
    • category of the First Hierarchy, if we allow such feelings to work
    • esotericism this category of beings is called the Cherubim. It is
    • extremely difficult to describe the beings of this higher category,
    • of Will, the lowest category of the First Hierarchy, by saying:
    • feeling, and will, the beings of the second category of the First
    • who form the first and highest category of the First Hierarchy. It
    • are beings of a higher category, not having a physical body as one of
  • Title: Lecture 6: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • category beside the spirits of the Third Hierarchy, are called in
    • category of the Spirits of Form that some separated and would not go
  • Title: Lecture 7: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • hierarchies. We then ascended to the three categories of the Third
    • case. The activities of these two categories of higher hierarchies
    • human nature (the human ego, or astral body) to be in existence under
    • heart, the ego has its essential part, whilst in the organisation of
    • nerve-substance as such, for instance, the ego takes no part at all
  • Title: Lecture 8: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • made still clearer if we state the following: We found the category of
    • higher category, in the ranks of the hierarchies acquires a
    • but sympathy and love; of driving egotism utterly and completely out
    • of the soul; for the smallest degree of egotism united with this
    • that category of heavenly bodies of which we spoke at the end of our
    • Ego-nature,” the “I” itself. Where is this
    • Yet to speak of an “ego” in the animal, as a phenomenon of
    • ego.” The animal has no ego in that which meets us on the
    • physical plane. Occult investigation could alone lead us to the ego of
    • the animals; for this is not to be found in the same region as the ego
    • of the human being. The animal ego is only to be found apart from the
    • different world, when with occult vision, we ascend to the animal ego.
    • and proceedings of man, namely, the ego. If he seeks that for the
    • super-sensible nature we can find the ego of the animals. There it
    • appears as a reality; but in the physical world this animal ego does
    • its own ego; so does a group of animals of one species possess such an
    • ego as we do not find in our physical world; it only reveals and
    • all wolves belong to a group-ego. The world in which we find the
    • group-egos of the animals, we designate concretely as the astral
    • that world in which is the group-ego of the animals, we find something
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    • astral body and ego. Further on we drew attention to the fact that in
    • group-ego is on the astral plane. Further we saw that with regard to
    • group-ego on the Devachanic plane. With regard to the mineral, we only
    • group-egos of the minerals.
    • finds there with regard to man — namely, the ego; for that which
    • in man we call the ego, the I, can only be found for the animal on the
    • of its activity. Occult science cannot ascribe an ego to the animal in
    • the physical world. It does not deny an ego to the animal, but states
    • that what can be designated as the ego of an animal, is only to be
    • that an ego is denied to the animals, even to the higher animals, on
    • in man all those soul-forces relate to an ego in the physical world,
    • an ego which is developing itself individually in a physical world,
    • groups, and these chief groups have the highest group-egos. These have
    • what is actually meant when we speak of group-egos of the animals. It
    • group-egos of the animals; and that these beings fulfil their tasks
    • the expression, “The animal group-ego is to be found on the
    • to seek the group-ego of any animal form, he must not seek for it on
    • group-ego which dwells on a planet pass through cosmic space in front
    • planets? It is then seen that these group-egos of the animals are the
    • offspring of that category of spiritual beings to which I have
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  • Title: Lecture 10: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • Lower Devachanic world, and the actual group-ego of the mineral
    • body and the ego — we must as it were, distribute all that man has on
    • plane the group-ego of the mineral. Thus, that which in man is
    • astral body of the plant, or the group-ego of the animal. As we saw
    • than that necessary for finding the group-ego of the animal. With the
    • same condition of consciousness with which he perceives the group-ego
    • corresponding forces externalizing themselves in the group-egos of the
    • considering the group-egos of the animals we could say: In reality
    • only the general forms are treated by the group-egos of the animals,
    • group-ego, from the planets to the sun — to the fixed star; so with
    • group-ego of the minerals; that has to be sought in a still higher
    • group-egos of the animals or plants are to be found. Therefore we
    • cannot find it upon the sun. Where then does the group-ego of the
    • group-ego of the minerals is, that, strictly speaking, it does not end
    • actually for the group-ego of the minerals outside the planetary
    • group-ego of the minerals, and which, in fact, works into the
    • streams out into space; from outside in cosmic Space the ego of the
    • fructification of the group-ego by the astral body, and by this means
    • group-soul that with the inflowing of his ego, a group-soul was
    • the primeval ego of man was to assert itself as a group-soul dwelling
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  • Title: Lecture: The Ten Commandments
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    • this drop — the ego bearer — this God became known to His people for
    • essential that he should make clear to his people how their egohood
    • ego of Abraham's incarnation that streamed through the entire Jewish
    • So we see the full power of ego recognition slowly permeating the
    • to feel the ego within himself, to experience God's Name, “I am the I
    • These things are experienced abstractly today. The ego and what is
    • the ego was first given to the Jewish people in the form of the old
    • of health and sickness, were different before they had an ego that
    • wrong conception of what entered the human soul as ego causes man to
    • That means that when the ego has become permeated with the essence of
    • in the prime of life, but rather, through the properly understood ego,
    • Jewish people of how the ego must properly indwell the three bodies of
    • this in the very first Commandment: When you become aware of this ego
    • as a spark of the divine, then you must feel that within your ego
    • into man as we now know him was the incorporation on earth of his ego.
    • now bestowed my ego upon me.” The same is true of the etheric and the
    • astral bodies. Thus, the Jewish people, to whom the ego was first
    • bodies, but they cannot function in the ego. This God who works in the
    • ego was indeed always there. He proclaimed his presence through his
    • within his ego, then he is a free being — one who confronts his
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    • ecstasy. His sense of ego was submerged, but the spiritual world with
    • him, before he could recognize them with his ego consciousness. This
    • this by means of his own ego. But when the promised time came it had
    • outside his ego, he was blissful and had direct experience with the
    • and Christ impulse, and can unite himself as an ego with this impulse.
    • could find it through their own egos.
    • consciousness souls, the ego, and even the higher soul members —
    • poor in spirit, for if they develop their ego-ruled bodies in the
    • egos, through the in-dwelling Christ, to purify the astral body on
    • The fourth beatitude refers to the sentient soul. The ego of him who
    • righteousness; he will become pervaded with godliness and his ego will
    • The next member is the rational soul. In the sentient soul the ego is
    • in dull slumber; it only awakens in the rational soul. Because the ego
    • sleeps in the sentient soul, we cannot find in another man the ego
    • the ego within himself, he must allow his sentient soul to grow into
    • concerns what the ego develops within itself. The fifth beatitude
    • Through it the ego comes into being as pure ego and becomes capable of
    • ego; through his purified consciousness soul he can see God. The sixth
    • physical expression for the ego and the consciousness soul is the
    • heart, as expression of the purified ego. Christ said, therefore,
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    • entirely different. If we somewhat unegotistically examine what, in
    • what appears in man as the Ego, as the bearer of the Ego, with that
    • life of man as the bearer of the Ego.
    • That the bearer of the Ego first becomes really capable of living in
    • does it mean that the bearer of the Ego first becomes really active in
    • unfolding of the Ego. But they change in such a way that they cannot
    • forces in such a way that a self-sufficing Ego-bearer now exists.
    • Earlier this Ego-bearer is not yet formed; earlier the human
    • corporeality, even the super-sensible, is not yet a proper Ego-bearer.
    • organization, man is really ripe to develop an Ego out of himself only
    • have thought that,” the man dates his own Ego; what came before
    • bearer of the human Ego is born in the 20th or 21st year, and that in
    • our souls we describe ourselves as an Ego from the third or fourth
    • consciousness of the Ego appears in the third or fourth year,
    • but the organization for the Ego first appears in the 20th or
    • consciousness of our Ego goes an entirely different way from
    • that followed by the bearer of our Ego. In this respect we are two
    • men; An external man who is organized to develop his egohood in the
    • organization. Emancipation of the Ego-consciousness from the outer
    • are inclined, in regard to the inner consciousness of the Ego, to pay
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    • egoistic I and the totality of his organization — if that
    • are connected with the lack of harmony between our Ego, permeated by
    • equilibrium between our Lucifer-permeated Ego and our
    • us repeatedly, until we have completely imbued ourselves, in our Ego,
    • dried up, the human Ego would have separated from, would have broken
    • men felt the whole discrepancy between the Ego, permeated by the
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • usually thought. Connected with it is the bringing about by the ego of
    • walking being. It is the ego that erects the human being; the astral
    • vertical nature. What comes about in man, taking place in the ego,
    • will, it is this that, when astral body and ego have passed over into
    • body and ego, which also share in language, the capacity to come near
    • to the Archangelic Beings, whereas it is the unsocial, egotistic
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture II
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    • the vessel into which we draw the thoughts by means of our ego. But
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture I
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    • what they can glean from different standpoints; the egoistic
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    • moral intuition as begotten from within, but as divine commandments,
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    • Schiller retorts ironically to this categorical imperative.
    • see, over against the so-called categorical imperative, as it comes
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    • allegories! It was enough to drive a sensitive soul out of its body
    • what allegories, what symbols! Looked at from the biology of the life
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    • showing the child symbols or allegories, but we shall do it in an
    • from that time onwards the force of the ego nature first begins to
    • to strengthen his ego, begins to be dependent on an older person in
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    • encounter their ego would be drowned still more deeply. In the case
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XII
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    • first time human ego meets human ego in an intercourse of soul that
    • saw the ego through sheaths.
    • the ancient Indian. He did not look at man's ego. His language
    • above all in movement and contour. The ego was therefore seen through
    • man, man's ego still remaining indefinite, until in our epoch
    • evolution, unless he draws attention to the relationship of ego to
    • ego, free from the sheaths, which is emerging in a totally new way,
    • ego.
    • learn all the teachings about the ego. It is not a question of
    • learning theories about the ego. No matter whether you are a peasant
    • to do with civilized men, their egos meet without sheaths. But that
    • fear of being obliged to consort with human beings whose egos are
    • ego-being without sheaths. This alarms people because they are no
    • possibility for a relation between ego and ego. But this must be
    • educational method can first be made towards the individual ego-men
    • been young oneself we penetrate to the ego — only then can
    • must be a striving that says, not in an egoistical sense as often
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture III. Michaelic Thinking.
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture V: The Michael Deed and the Michael Influence as Counter-pole of the Ahrimanic Influence
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    • received his ego, gain his true humanhood, and he will receive further
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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  • Title: Lecture: Signs of the Times: Michaels Battle and Its Reflection On Earth -- I
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    • certain respects egotistical, and if something arises within his soul
    • succeed in getting the millions. It is a foregone conclusion that all
    • merely lead a sensual-egotistical life will, out of a healthy feeling,
    • pain, this mourning is an egotistical path, an egotistical mourning.
  • Title: Psychoanalysis: Lecture II: Anthroposophy and Psychoanalysis II
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    • ego
    • itself lives. If our ego acts normally, has perfect soul
    • essential secret of our ego that it holds thinking, feeling,
    • now we are considering the relation of the ego to the
    • if the ego has been weakened in any way. Then the threshold is
    • the ego is not working as it should, thinking slides into the
    • thinking mixes itself with feeling, or will, the ego being for
    • sitting by the sickbed. Her strong ego-consciousness was
    • transcendent egoism of Schopenhauer to try to carry on
    • his work. I do not mean to say that egoism is always bad. But
    • guidance, free from egoistic thoughts, even if we can fit the
  • Title: Psychoanalysis: Lecture III: Reflections in the Mirror of Consciousness, Superconsciousness and Subconsciousness
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    • unable to control such a condition with the ego. With good,
    • ego goes along into every sphere; but as soon as something
    • the ego it is produced as an objective fact. This observer
    • egotism of humanity. These things project themselves, for the
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  • Title: Psychoanalysis: Lecture V: Connections Between Organic Processes and the Mental Life of Man
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    • agility of the astral body and ego, and the heart's movement is
    • formed in the physical body and in the ego. This ego, as it is
    • say: The ego is more cosmic in the first half, up to the
    • the ego passes over into what the old Mysteries called the
    • brought about. The ego between death and rebirth goes first
    • physical and etheric bodies the astral body and ego. This is
    • ego, and when you fall asleep at night you exhale them again;
    • exhalations of the astral body and ego as you have in and out
    • many in and out breathings of the astral body and ego as you
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    • it were, divide human beings into categories. Each person can still
    • today be reckoned into a certain category; with reference to this or
    • the other quality, he will belong perhaps to different categories, but
    • character, and the Ego, Earth character. When we keep in mind
    • grasping himself in his ego, his “I.” And that is the
    • from it, as if through anthroposophical thoughts, their ego would
    • incarnation a number of human beings with an ego in which they
    • remember themselves as an individual ego. They will be the human
    • will remember the group-ego, in which they have remained. Thus people
    • faculty of remembering the previous ego. Humanity was once
    • — it is a matter of having cultivated the ego in this
    • an inner human being; one looks back, and remembers as a group-ego,
    • us a fettering memory of a group-ego, and we feel it as a kind of
    • groups among those who are seized of the ego, but the
    • their egoity; they will indeed be there over the whole earth with the
    • variety how the individual ego expresses itself even into the gesture.
    • categories similar to each other. That will be the external
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    • were not independent; the I-ness or Ego-hood, Ego-nature, did not come
    • in certain periods, till the birth of the human “I” or Ego.
    • people which as people had to provide a body for a most perfect Ego or
    • astral body is especially prominent. Then the “I” or Ego can
    • be born. The “I” or Ego could be born in the Hebrew people
    • forces were developed which made it possible for the most perfect Ego
    • us this in a magnificent way. He shows it by saying: The Ego of
    • repeated. There, where the Ego is born for whom the vehicle had been
    • Abraham, there this Ego again takes its starting point from Chaldea.
    • people. Thus Zarathustra, the Ego of Zarathustra, was led along that
    • And now, that Ego which was born in the Bethlehemitic Jesus, was led
    • of the elder Joseph. This Ego of Zarathustra, repeating in Spirit,
    • Ego of Zarathustra. And that is an image of the fate of the old Hebrew
    • about the preparation of the body for the great Ego of Jesus through
  • Title: The Ego: Lecture 3
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    • employ his Ego, so far as it was developed at that time. He used his
    • vision, of seership, whereas all the forces rooted in the Ego were
    • the Ego which employs the instruments of the senses. The ancient human
    • found from the astral body to the use of the Ego. With reference to
    • this Ego, the Christ-Impulse had to be the most intense impulse. If,
    • now, the Christ is taken up into the Ego so that the phrase of Paul is
    • true, “Not I, but the Christ in me,” then the Ego has the
    • arose through its union with the spiritual world, and the Ego was not
    • have felt utter barrenness and desolation in himself, until the Ego
    • the Ego: The egoity (Ego-hood) was, as it were, prepared in the astral
    • body. That was an anticipation of the egoity in the astral body. Man
    • indeed first became earthly man through the Ego and its development.
    • preparation for the Ego-evolution. The beginning of our earth
    • earth-man the Christ lived in order to inspire the Ego — so for
    • the preparation of this Ego-hood the possibility had to be given, that
    • Ego could be prepared. There had thus to occur what a prophet could
    • evolution a time when man will be ripe for the ego-evolution. In the
    • highest. But in order that man can be prepared for this egoity,
    • Nazareth, in the widest sense, as true Ego-hood [Ichheit]. It is
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    • That which we call the astral body and ego separate from the
    • what is described as the astral body and the ego, do not really
    • mirror-picture of his ego and astral body. If man were
    • but the true form of his Ego and Astral body. But we must quite
    • clearly realise that the true form of the Astral body and Ego
    • the sleep condition, he experiences in his Ego and Astral body
    • of an abstract ego of those shadowy ideas and concepts which
    • shadowy side of his Ego and Astral body; and that he cannot
    • Ego those Beings of the third Hierarchy to which I have just
    • Angels did not work into our Ego and Astral body, we would
    • Angelic Being belonging to his own Ego.
    • until waking up, the reality of man's ego and astral body is
    • his Ego and Astral body are not then active; but they are not
    • to feel himself an Ego and Astral body, and to feel his etheric
    • the consciousness of our ego is absorbed unjustly, illegally,
    • is to radiate back our astral body and ego, forming the
    • ego and our thoughts, in other words, our astral body.
    • to feel that what lives as astral body and ego, lives in free
    • his ego and astral body, he would regard the ego and astral
    • man in the waking condition could perceive that his ego and
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture I - The Prometheus Saga
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    • exoteric meaning, secondly the allegoric — the human struggle
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    • signs. You know that a familiar sign in theosophical allegories is
    • younger still; the youngest of all is his ego. The physical body has
    • formed, the ego was added.
    • physical body, an etheric body, an astral body, and an ego. When the
    • ego works upon the astral body, ennobling it intellectually, morally,
    • has an ego. The more highly educated person can be distinguished from
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    • incarnations — on Saturn, Sun and Moon. His ego, however, was
    • the ego was added, was the astral body purified. For this a planetary
    • small extent by egotism. The occultist says that the snake is the
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    • soul. Such group-egos are like human egos except that they have not
    • his ego. In the astral world one finds beings like one's self, but in
    • ancient times before his ego had descended. Thus, in the second
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    • here at all of the human Ego, it speaks of those nature spirits, of
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    • that through them man may become an I-being, an Ego being. This was
    • is sucked in, it becomes the inner Self, an Ego, of the Spirits of
    • Only through this are you an ‘I,’ an ego: there, you say,
    • Spirit of Personality, became Egos, attained consciousness of self,
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    • and Moon period. On the Earth he acquired his ego, and now he is
    • gradually preparing himself to let his Ego act upon his astral and
    • imparted personality, Ego-consciousness to the warmth. The substance
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    • body, the astral and lastly the ‘I’ or Ego as a small
    • body, with his Ego.
    • or Ego, the astral body, the etheric and the physical body. And we
    • physical body (1) etheric (2) and astral body (3). But now the Ego
    • not an Ego which dwells on earth as the man has. Nor is he developing
    • astral world in order to perceive the Angel's Ego and his Manas
    • astral body and an Ego. This isolation really originated not so very
    • find a man who did not yet feel his Ego completely within him, who
    • was still waiting to receive his Ego. And if we go still further back
    • the Angels have. From this point of time, with the growth of the Ego
    • people, for with their astral body and their Ego, they had not
    • category of men was ensouled, inspired in their physical, etheric and
    • Buddhas, of the classes and categories of Buddhas, which we have to
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    • with an Ego, but a man with astral endowments. This entrance of the
    • Moon. You know that the first foundation for the Ego was prepared in
    • beginnings of the Ego germ. This happened in Lemurian times, and we
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    • body, the etheric and astral bodies and the Ego, and then again the
    • Ego works back on the other members, transforming the astral body,
    • action of the Ego. Let us take a man who has not yet reached that
    • the work of the Ego; almost all men, with very few exceptions, are in
    • Ego has had no part, must leave him, as a sort of astral shell, after
    • not yet brought his astral body under the rule of his Ego must
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    • We now come to two categories of Beings. First those Angels who fling
    • even as far as his Ego.
    • in all the powers of this individuals Ego.
    • Saturn fire, is the expression of the Ego in the elements. This Being
    • human ‘Ego’ will be filled ever more and more by the
    • it down. For the Being who could penetrate into the Ego of man, is of
    • their Ego and their astral body, the things which their etheric body
    • the absolutely free character of his ‘Ego.’ For it is not
    • astral body, He must be present in his ‘EGO,’ if He is to
    • be really understood. And the Ego must decide in complete freedom,
    • concerned, this is the point. Just because of this, the human Ego,
    • enter the astral body but not the Ego. They are in a peculiar
    • Lemurian development was represented by the circle A-B-C, and the Ego
    • was the circle enclosed (a) in that astral body. The Ego gradually
    • lifted up to the place from whence he receives his ‘Ego’,
    • beginning. But let us take the Ideal; the man's ‘Ego
    • force to flow into him. When the Ego has progressed so far that it
    • seeks to hinder the free development of the Ego in this or that
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture I
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    • chapters — than the full power of the Ego. In darkness this
    • human Ego had to be prepared for a new and more intelligent beholding
    • if the radiance of Lucifer's star. This Ego had to school itself by
    • anthroposophical work is work on the human Ego, which will make it
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    • Ego, the latter two, the astral body and the Ego, gain a certain
    • body and the Ego are liberated and live in another world. Thus in the
    • world, in which he lives with his Ego and his astral body at night,
    • speaking into his ego. And the difference between a normal person of
    • astral body and the ego of the normal person are in a certain way
    • and ego of the clairvoyant investigator organs have been similarly
    • that of building into his hitherto unorganised astral body, and ego,
    • equipped his astral body and ego with spiritual eyes and ears, etc.
    • the etheric body has to help the astral body and the ego if
    • principles of man's nature that we possess — the ego,
    • respect. For the astral body and ego are, we might say, in the
    • the astral body and the ego are bound up with the forces of the
    • physical body, which prevent the astral body and ego from developing
    • their own organs. The astral body and ego are delicate soul-beings;
    • at night the astral body and ego of normal persons still have these
    • only by special measures can we free the astral body and ego from
    • life, which strongly influence the astral body and the ego, and which
    • asleep the astral body and ego withdraw from the physical and etheric
    • that is his astral body and ego, during waking life; in other words,
    • astral body and his ego; and he would, instead of receiving organs
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    • so on. In the same way, the ego, the self within the physical world
    • is composed of Physical, Etheric, Astral bodies and ego, and that
    • Old Moon, the Astral body. The ego was first incorporated into this
    • when He should unite Himself with the earth. The wisdom of all egos
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    • this category belong the beings reverenced as the Northern Germanic
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    • am an Ego being; formerly I was a companion of all those spiritual
    • not in their world, namely, the human ego consciousness that to say
    • a human ego consciousness in the spiritual world had neither meaning
    • or ego had only developed because of the descent to the Earth —
    • account of their personal egoism, and because they still feel
    • they do not wish to be the egoists who think that the Gospels suffice
    • something more than the Christianity of the egoists; they realise
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    • could not approach the human Ego; and those beings who had brought
    • about the separation of the moon could approach the human Ego from
    • men until a corresponding evolution of the Ego had become possible.
    • into the Ego, but into the human astral body from within, just as the
    • have taken his Ego under their protection and would have poured into
    • it all that can be poured into the essence of the Ego from divine
    • the soul; for that which approaches man's Ego can come from without,
    • whole range of their kingdom, with all their species, categories and
    • and the inner path both led to the Ego as an unity. In that first
    • ego-centre, having seven or nine members around it, all of which are
    • being, and think of the Ego as this divine being, and of the members
    • and so on are gathered together and grouped around his Ego, so were
    • wisdom and life existing at that time, when the Ego-consciousness did
    • descendant of this Moymis who had entered the region of Ego-hood or
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture IX
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    • the Christ comes under a different category altogether. The Christ
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • appropriately with the etheric body, then the astral body, the ego,
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: II. Supersensible Processes in the Activities of the Human Senses.
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    • When a people designates the ego with the word Adam
    • (irrespective of the theories it holds regarding the human ego), the
    • of that people must feel the nature of the ego to be such as
    • are different when a people expresses the ego with the word “ich.”
    • ego). As the vowel sounds are so important it should be kept in mind
    • Such a people must have a different conception of the ego. A
    • with the conception of the ego.
    • ancient Persians to designate the ego. The fact shows that quite
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • body, and downward from above the main current of the ego. The
    • the ego, and at the point where this current is strongest, where it
    • Now, in addition to this ego current we have one from
    • soul, and the sentient soul. The ego acts downward from above; the
    • line. When the ego, for instance, is called upon to perform a
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies and the ego have a part —
    • immediately followed by the reaction of the ego, without reasoning.
    • body and ego, etheric body and physical body — are to cooperate
    • reaction of the ego would follow directly, without reasoning, upon
    • body. That would mean that the ego and the astral body act together.
    • From the astral body a stimulus proceeds to the ego, the ego reacts
    • In addition, the currents of the ego and the astral
    • against those of the ego and astral body, the result is nothing less
    • of the physical, etheric and astral bodies and the ego — it
    • From above downward, those of the ego.
    • The ego, then, acts downward from above; so how would
    • its physical organ have to lie? The physical organ of the ego is the
    • circulating blood; and the ego could not function downward from above
    • vertical, there can be no ego, as in men. The main direction of the
    • enable the ego to lay hold on the blood. No ego can intervene where
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    • The Group Soul and the Role of the Ego.
    • The Group Soul and the Rôle of the Ego.
    • body, the astral body, and the ego were prepared on the old Sun, the
    • was before the human ego had begun to dam up the currents within us,
    • of clairvoyance, though not a conscious one irradiated by the ego.
    • foregoing. In all cases involving the sense world, sense perception
    • thinking about those objects to err, does not apply to the ego. When
    • the ego streams into us it is within us, and it is natural that we
    • soul and the ego is what produces the purest thinking, the thinking
    • animals cannot speak. The ego had to be acting downward from above
    • his own ego, but rather, he received it from another ego that we can
    • compare with the group ego of animals. In this sense speech is a gift
    • of the gods. It was infused into the ego before the latter itself was
    • capable of developing it. The human ego did not yet possess the
    • group ego worked from above into the physical, etheric and astral
    • animals would have to be raised to the vertical, so that the ego
    • can have no ego. But in certain animals the forward part of the body
    • intelligently, although this intelligence is not permeated by an ego.
    • If memory is to come about, the ego must seize a conception and
    • If the ego is to seize a conception in this way, an
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  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: I. The Elements of the Soul Life.
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    • outer sense experiences: the conception of the ego. If we face
    • of the ego keeps bobbing up and crowding forward, but this ego is not
    • the ego conception could be present continually or for a prolonged
    • ego, that your ego must participate whenever a sense experience takes
    • ego experience. You know that soul experiences — desire,
    • reasoning, etc. — must always be opposed by the ego, but no
    • world, the conception of the ego can never possibly be created merely
    • ego sensation, the ego conception, invariably accompanies these sense
    • between the ego sensation and sensations consequent upon sense
    • the importance of the ego conception, but strangely enough these
    • significance, the distinctive character, of the ego conception. From
    • this the philosophers infer a permanence of this ego conception, or
    • substantiate this view as follows. The ego differs from all other
    • fatal for his inference. Let us assume that the ego conception
    • during sleep at night. The ego conception ceases entirely, of course,
    • ego in visualizations apply only to our waking life. They merely
    • appear anew every morning. If the ego conception were to prove
    • anything concerning the permanence of the ego, it would have to
    • remain present during sleep. From the absence of the ego conception
    • permanence and the immortality of the ego. It might be lacking, for
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    • live on in what remains of the sensations in us. The ego perception,
    • however, is an entirely different matter. The perception of the ego
    • contrast in the soul life, the ego sensation as opposed to all
    • Into all other experiences we infuse our ego perception, so that even
    • life, you will find that your ego plays a minor role in the process.
    • offers the best opportunity to forget your ego, and the more deeply
    • you in which your ego had little part. It was as though you had
    • forgotten your ego; you had lost yourself, entranced. That is what
    • does not occur. What is this demon? It is one's ego, weaving in the
    • achieved the highest development of their ego. This is added lest you
    • life playing around its hero, its ego. Hidden in our soul life is
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    • into being. That represents only one category of feelings, however.
    • inculcates humility and forces back our egotism in the right way. The
    • to the ego conception. Our entire continuous soul life bears a
    • constant relationship to our central visualization, the ego
    • ego experience.
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    • In the foregoing, however, one of the most important
    • process by explaining it as follows. What I term my ego has entered
    • The circumstance that your ego receives something new
    • visualization, rendering it invisible? It is your ego that stands in
    • all? Only those in which the ego participated, which the ego had
    • ego visualization. Only such visualizations are remembered at all in
    • our physical life as were received while the ego took part as an
    • What about this ego during the first three years of a
    • human ego begins to stand in front of its visualizations, placing
    • these behind it. Up to that time the whole life of ego visualizations
    • What must take place at the moment when the ego begins
    • to assimilate all visualizations, when it becomes conscious? The ego
    • the moment when the child begins to develop an ego consciousness the
    • therewith the capacity for ego consciousness comes into being. Ego
    • ego, he cannot feel his own etheric body, but from then on the ego
    • physical human being, the ego consciousness, the ego visualization,
    • arises when the ego fills out the etheric body and is reflected, as
    • it were, from its inner walls. The essential feature of ego
    • delimitation of the etheric body. Only through this does the ego
    • the ego that fills out the etheric body and, through inner
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    • allegorical conception. It expresses no truth directly, but it is the
    • allegory of a super-sensible truth. In its relation to sense reality
    • it is an erroneous conception, but as an allegory it is spiritually
    • by meditating on the allegory, on the significant conception, we are
    • ourselves to an allegorical conception of this sort, to a conception
    • us, something begotten of God. Try as they would, they never could
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    • man we call right or wrong — the category “subject to
    • what is merely false to allegorical conceptions such as we have
    • outset we lack entirely. By doing this we learn to form allegorical
    • this allegorical visualization into something different from anything
    • forces; now we can say that in the transformation of an allegorical
    • allegorical visualization to a higher aspect of the soul, the lofty
    • super-sensible through this experience of transforming an allegorical
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • we learn that one is an ego, but in ordinary life one is a very
    • doubtful ego. One is exactly what this ego is filled with at the
    • This is the ego to which consciousness can attain. It is attainable,
    • We really find out what this ego has been by placing our
    • how egotistical they are in having no wish to develop further so
    • of Dr. Unger's lectures on the position of the ego and the “I
    • significant being hides behind the ego or the “I am,” but
    • our ego-consciousness, our self-consciousness. This is interrupted,
    • never awaking, we might still have an ego but we could never be aware
    • We can experience other things outside of our body, but our ego in
    • arrived at ego-consciousness without being incarnated in a physical
    • body. That is where he had to turn for his ego-consciousness.
    • that the human being does not work together with his ego in sleep.
    • Ego-consciousness presupposes imprisonment in a body, employment of
    • search in the human ego, in so far as the latter manifests itself in
    • this ego-consciousness more and more, to develop it to an ever higher
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    • hymns commonly used to move the human heart — for in their egoism men
    • It was for Him, the first-born among men in whose souls true ego-hood
    • not created, but begotten out of the Being of the Father, and is of
    • December, 1916 for peace negotiations.
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    • desire). Kama is egotistic love. The first bringer of Love free of all
    • egoism is Christ Who appeared in the body of Jesus of Nazareth.
    • the coming of Christ, the Bringer of the Love that is free of egoism
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    • exceedingly egotistical conception of this life in the spiritual
    • necessary is to appeal to the instincts of egotism.
    • count upon the egotistical impulses in human beings when they want to
    • impulses. Human beings are not so egotistical in their desire for
    • say, should we trouble about whence we have come? Out of their egotism
    • wisdom untinged with egotism, Unborn-ness will be as important to them
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • impossible in any part of the earth to speak about the Ego in this
    • beforehand to speak of the Ego in that special way, well, it could not
    • of the Ego we call the form of pure thought. 2,500 years ago there
    • the individuality, the quality of the Ego. He experiences the tragedy
    • of the Ego; he experiences the fact that this ego is, in the present
    • Man is struggling up to the higher ego. That was foreshadowed for the
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • that point in time when the first rudiment of the human ego was
    • first rudiments of the ego were implanted in the human being,’
    • period, the age, in which humanity became conscious of this ego.
    • ‘There is a great difference between having the ego only in
    • We know that the implanting of the ego in man is part of the
    • the germ of the ego was added on the earth; this germ was placed in
    • endowed with the germ of the ego, which in the course of the
    • respects: we see him becoming an ego-being — and we see him
    • the luciferic principle had not set in, the ego-influence would still
    • Man, with his ego, would have remained nearer to the spiritual worlds,
    • ego, a member of the spiritual world, if the luciferic influence had
    • not caused that ego to descend more deeply into the three principles.
    • living soul, or, in other words, the yet undeveloped ego, to the
    • the Atlantean epoch, would have been taken into the ego, that ego
    • acquired the likeness to God in our ego, before the acceptance of the
    • his ego he had something of Divine substance and of Divine nature. The
    • thought that man can take in the Divine in his Ego-being and that this
    • ego-being into the kingdoms of heaven, they received the impulse
    • degree of egotism was developed; in the etheric body the possibility
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    • capacities at that time were of this nature, and because the human ego
    • the physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego, are active in
    • They called the ego of this ancestor, ‘Itiel,’ to indicate
    • that in him the ego must have possessed that force (for Itiel
    • the generations, become the proper ego-vehicle for the high being who
    • that deepest centre in man's being which can be designated as the ego.
    • the ego was suppressed. Man was more or less outside his ego. Although
    • in his normal state he was not so conscious of his ego as he became
    • and carried him outside himself, without his ego into the Spiritual
    • realise the relation to the spirit in his own ego, and thence permeate
    • pouring His own Being into the earth-being, so that the ego could
    • with my ego, ‘whereas man formerly entered the Kingdoms of Heaven
    • the Kingdoms of Heaven in full ego-consciousness.
    • his ego — ‘mediumistically’ as we should say to-day
    • Kingdom of Heaven with his ego; when he now sought or brought about
    • ‘It is not right for you to try without your ego to get into a
    • the Kingdom of Heaven within, from out of their ego.
    • in that state — severed from his ego — he could find balm
    • for their sufferings, might through the strengthening of their own ego
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  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • regions of the soul which are illuminated and permeated by the Ego,
    • and an ego, but the ordinary perception knows nothing of that which
    • humanity further away from a spiritual cosmic conception by the Ego,
    • Spiritual substance which the human Ego should draw from the universe
    • Ego-consciousness, could see into the Spiritual world — and in a
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 6: The Birth of Conscience
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    • aware that what we call the ‘ I,’ the ego, works in the
    • or Spiritual-Soul, the ego gradually develops, crystallising itself
    • a certain sense developed the ego in the Sentient-Soul, — they
    • had developed a strong feeling for the ego.
    • Asia and Africa who could wait with their ego until there should have
    • without any distinct feeling of the ego-nature, absorbed the sublime
    • 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,
    • until the later soul-principles had developed. In Europe the ego did
    • in Asia, and Africa, who had hardly any consciousness of their ego but
    • degree of culture, were able to emphasise their individual ego; they
    • qualities of the Intellectual-Soul. They developed the ego in the
    • Egyptian-Chaldean culture waited, holding back the ego for a later
    • certain civilisation at the same time as the ego.
    • because of the strong ego-feeling prevailing there. This strong,
    • vehicle for the highest. A premature ego-feeling, a too great feeling
    • possible for a body to be formed not having the premature ego-feeling
    • just because it had prematurely developed the ego in the very dawn of
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    • extremely egotistical. It really is! The very fact that such
    • egotistical remarks are so frequently made to-day by the very people
    • is an egotistical expression of the human soul. Those who speak thus
    • is connected with what we might call an egotistical bent of the human
    • soul. In religious life souls may in reality be extremely egotistical,
    • me.’ Most people do not realise what dreadful egoism underlies
    • yet egoism and envy has considerable power over them. In the
    • us. For this reason Theosophy is in itself no egotistical movement,
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    • penetrate today to a knowledge of the ego. Such a comprehension was
    • this drawing-near to the ego in the grossest forms of egoism. It
    • will find that a secure standpoint is only reached when the human ego
    • ego, does he encounter a firm point of reference. I need only mention
    • ego. The reason for this lies in the fact that in earlier times
    • ego. This experience was bestowed upon him during the Greco-Latin age
    • the man of today penetrates increasingly into his personal ego and
    • that in the nineteenth century this way of viewing the ego was
    • time due to the general and philosophical egoism that prevails. In
    • religious egotism if this fact is not admitted by religions that are
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    • does the child pass out of the ego-filled ideas and mental pictures?
    • 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.”
    • 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”
    • every morning. The ego and the astral body pass into the physical and
    • etheric bodies and the ego impacts them. Now even if you only dip
    • your hand is in contact with the water. It is the same when the ego
    • it. During the whole of life the ego is within the physical and
    • the ego plunges down into the etheric body and the physical body is
    • on the one side and the ego and astral body on the other. The
    • ego and astral body on the one side, physical and etheric
    • could not maintain our ego-consciousness. True, we might be able to
    • development of our ego is made possible by destroying our own being
    • have no ego-consciousness. When the question is asked, “What is
    • ego-consciousness may develop to further stages. If we could not die,
    • etheric body, astral body and ego. In human life as it is at present,
    • ego-consciousness, we must destroy them. We must acquire these
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    • life in kamaloca to forego passions and longings. The sojourn in the
    • memorial statues to the Medici and four allegorical figures
    • and “Dusk.” One easily speaks about a cold allegory, but
    • allegory. One of the figures represents “Night.”
    • side. This represents the most perfect expression of the ego; the
    • of the physical body. These are not allegories, but truths taken from
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    • Whereas the other creeds essentially have something egoistical about
    • suppressed its egoistical religious system — for example, the
    • not the egoistical creed that the others were for the different
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies, and in the ego. Of course, the
    • statues of Giuliano and Lorenzo de Medici and four allegorical
    • They are viewed as barren allegories. Now these figures with one
    • impression of being merely allegorical. In the guide books we are
    • allegorical figures. At the foot of one of the Medici statues we have
    • allegory. Picture the lower members of the human being more passive,
    • and the ego predominantly active. We have this expressed in the
    • allegory of “Dawn.” And if sought to express the
    • pieces, but becomes limp as a result of the withdrawal of the ego and
    • egotistical. Usually a man loves what he is particularly attracted to
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    • consciousness, into the true ego-consciousness. As a result,
    • against it in his ego-consciousness, may have the most intense
    • ego-consciousness or whether they dwell in our astral
    • something of spiritual wisdom, must forego this wish, it will remain
    • volition and wish in that our deeds are more or less egotistical.
    • not merely have an egotistical significance. It may also be of
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    • his soul. A thorough-going egoist on earth, one who only indulged his
    • earth we live in our ego. Below the ego-consciousness lies the astral
    • are sometimes different from our normal ego-consciousness without our
    • be lodged in the person's ego-consciousness, not in his astral
    • of what lives in his ego-consciousness. What has developed in the
    • particular egoism. They are caught in a group egoism.
    • egoism that tells of the origin of languages. God wished to bestow
    • enemies. Such is the extent of the Estonians' group egoism.
    • A similar group egoism is true of most peoples when they speak of
    • egoism. Religiously it is more selfless than the Eastern religions.
    • allegorical figures. These figures are well known, but at a first
    • allegorical figures.
    • cannot be understood simply in terms of an allegory. If, however,
    • body and ego?” the answer would be the gesture as given by
    • physical body when the astral body and ego are outside it. This
    • figure is not an allegory, but represents the combination of the
    • physical and etheric bodies when the astral body and ego are outside
    • the ego when it is most active and least influenced by the astral,
    • active, independent from the physical and etheric bodies and the ego,
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    • ego. There the ego has to work on the sleeping organism as the sun
    • the growth of plants. The ego works into the physical and etheric
    • is related to the moon. The ego is the sun for the physical body, the
    • astral body is spiritually its moon. Our ego creates a replacement
    • or ego. The human astral body contains an extract of the light of the
    • If the human ego were still bound to the sun, man would only be able
    • sun within us and the ego is an extract of the solar influence. The
    • influence. Our ego does what the sun would do otherwise. We are
    • illumined by our own ego and astral body.
    • Above him shines the sun, his ego, without which he could not be as a
    • astral body and ego are within the physical and ether bodies. The
    • conscious activity of the ego within our daily life is the destroyer
    • bodies behind and our ego and astral body now emerge as sun and moon that
    • have nothing to illumine. Nevertheless, the ego and the astral body can
    • Christ as the Sun Spirit. The ego has emancipated itself from the light
    • does the ego of man penetrate into the substance of the Sun Spirit. Man
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    • one sees the human being with his astral body and ego outside the
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    • You will gather from the foregoing that from a higher aspect life on
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    • possess a prosaic dry and egoistic capacity for judgment, and are
    • previously. Clever egoists who are inclined only to place their
    • only a selfish intellect, an egoistic intelligence. We are able to
    • religious, egoistic element. We find such souls today. There have
    • because of an inner egoism that awaits a kind of retribution or
    • expectation may be thoroughly egoistic and connected with a fanatic
    • harbor a profound egoism.
    • and egoism, lock themselves up in a faith the foundations of which
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    • to me. Now I must forego this. I am able to direct my thoughts back
    • Man has to learn by what he foregoes. Such a soul, as a result of the
    • lose the thought of his own ego. Then he would no longer be aware
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    • thought out by one category of the Hierarchies, then I am passed on —
    • one category to another, so that this in turn may think me in my
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    • thought out by one category of the Hierarchies, then I am passed on —
    • one category to another, so that this in turn may think me in my
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    • astral body and I or ego. Those who have occupied themselves more
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    • stands in the service of egotism. In pupils of occultism therefore
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    • selfishness and egoism. Every action is sin that has selfishness and
    • egoism as its driving force — in contrast to what springs from
    • egoism and selfishness. This must be recognised when we make a deep
    • makes for egoistic, selfish action. But a thinker like St. Paul would
    • say: If a personality who is able to act egoistically lives in a
    • consequently egoism. Hence a mortal body goes together with a soul
    • the human ego, the central point of man's being. We must then be
    • and pain. It is only man who has the ego and this makes him the crown
    • in a further part man's ego is active. To spiritual science men
    • fibres. Finally the ego is the architect of the circulatory system of
    • astral body, the sheath of the ego, is free and the ego works upon
    • of these men have been purified and transformed by their ego. Thus we
    • arising out of original tendencies, and the other which the ego
    • itself has brought forth. We understand the work of the ego only when
    • weak. When we are able to investigate clairvoyantly how the ego
    • estimate the amount of energy brought by the ego — we might
    • say: this amount suffices for the ego to work on the transformation
    • becomes part of the life and work of the ego, it is then necessary
    • is created out of the ego.
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    • they do not present such a complete individuality as the Ego of man,
    • vehicle of what at the present day is the Ego which progresses from
    • this bearer of the Ego, because it depends altogether upon the
    • external shrine whether an Ego individuality is able to be active in
    • organisation were not suited to the Ego-individuality. Everything
    • vehicle of an Ego-individuality. It was the Earth evolution of man
    • which had the task of embodying the Ego in this organisation. But this
    • organisation, and enabling it to take up an Ego, and to be the bearer
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    • allegorical and symbolic language to talk about diseases of minerals
    • that the etheric body, now united with the astral body and the Ego,
    • which he receives consciously and unites them with his Ego. Within him
    • Thus our soul-life is divided into entirely different categories, and
    • categories if we consider the effect upon the inner being of man. Let
    • incarnation has thought, felt and acted very egotistically, sees
    • before him after death the fruits of his egotistic thoughts, feelings
    • they have proceeded from an egotistic nature in the previous life,
    • organisation can be traced back karmically to egotism in a previous
    • further how through the reception of the Ego which develops an
    • in his Ego works down into the etheric body. Why then do the
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    • Ego-feeling which was much too weak, and which allowed of too much
    • proceeded from this atrophy of his Ego and from this he acquires the
    • Ego-consciousness, so that he has to exert these feelings to the
    • Ego is stimulated into action in opposition to the organisation of the
    • will so condition him that his Ego-consciousness, however much it
    • his Ego could work in the proper manner, a principle which streamed
    • and man yielded to them. The individuality which was given by the Ego
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    • Ego oscillates between two influences present in the world —
    • produce a weak Ego-consciousness and weak self-reliance, and whose Ego
    • strengthening and perfecting his ego in his further incarnation. As a
    • 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
    • understand such a course. It has always been said that man's Ego finds
    • Ego-consciousness needs the opportunity of being led to an impossible
    • extreme. This impoverishment of the blood of an over-developed Ego
    • great deal with himself, though not in the ordinary egotistical sense.
    • purely egotistical motives, we frequently find ourselves clothing
    • these crude egotistical impulses with a cloak of unselfishness, and
    • truth the egotistical principle may be concealed behind it without our
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    • are abandoned by the astral body and the Ego, and that the awakening
    • is a return of the astral body and Ego to the physical and etheric
    • — astral body and Ego — dives down again into our physical
    • this could not be done by the Ego, which can be developed only during
    • end of the Earth period. The Ego is not sufficiently developed to be
    • Ego could be illustrated as follows. Let us suppose that we have a
    • the whole of the human being. As soon as the astral body and Ego leave
    • Ego would be dissolved, and we should indeed be able to envisage the
    • them by means of those forces which only the Ego can bring to bear
    • short, with the consciousness we apply to ordinary life. For the Ego
    • the normal person the Ego is not sufficiently strong, it reacts upon
    • the Ego will be able to accompany the astral body wherever it may
    • to maintain our Ego. We shall be able sufficiently to maintain it only
    • had acquired through our Ego in the course of our Earth life would
    • tremendous increase of our egotism. We should sink down with our Ego;
    • and all the passions, the desires, the greed, and the egotism of which
    • we are capable would be concentrated within this Ego. All this egotism
    • These were compressed in the astral body and Ego, and made themselves
    • Ego. Meister Eckhart found an excellent word to describe this
    • Werdung,’ that is to say the extinction of the Ego. And we read
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    • other. All our greed, egotism, ambition, pride, vanity, all qualities
    • connected with this inflation of our Ego, this desire to be in the
    • so that they find expression in our egotistical greeds and passions,
    • If there were nothing else in life but the egotistical impulses and
    • the result of our Ego-consciousness. In that consciousness that we
    • have described as lying beneath our Ego-consciousness, and which is
    • — the physical body, etheric body, astral body and the Ego
    • we can fall a prey not only to egotistical passions, urges, greeds,
    • vanity and pride, and so forth, but now egotism can affect the human
    • Ego-consciousness. With the Ego-consciousness however is linked our
    • linked to the culture of our Ego. That is why during our development
    • qualities we gain from a healthy education of our Ego-consciousness.
    • would contribute to the development of their Ego-consciousness between
    • which can affect us only through our Ego and through our earth
    • through our Ego. If we acquire a clear insight into, and a true
    • which affect our Ego. For this we must make use of our Ego. Therefore
    • we may say that while our Ego struggles with the luciferic powers,
    • inner Ego for on the Moon we did not yet possess our Ego. It is not
    • concerned with anything in which our Ego takes part. Upon the Moon it
    • us. Our inner Ego is not concerned with and takes no part in what
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    • of our Ego the sentient soul into the sentient body, the rational or
    • we developed such egotistical impulses, greed, and other instincts
    • great deal about the physical world and yet be a gross egotist,
    • But because in the daytime we are living in our Ego-consciousness and
    • egotism, and uncharitableness, smallpox made its appearance. Such is
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    • the human Ego. It knows neither birth nor death; it is continually
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    • sees anything that does not belong to this category. You know, too,
    • this way love becomes the essential force of the Ego where that
    • human body has become the bearer of the Ego that lives on through the
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    • which wave after wave develops, and that which the foregoing wave has
    • own account, man would have led his Ego more and more with this
    • Karma is everywhere where there are egos. Lucifer and Ahriman
    • naturally have egos and therefore the effects of their deeds can react
    • his earth Ego. That Ego which man would have had, if at the end of the
    • free, by adding to the Ego another Ego which is capable of error,
    • the purpose of the earth-evolution. The lower Ego had to be joined to
    • Ego should be his own deed. Only thus is ‘free will’
    • within our Ego by means of which we are able to resist the luciferic
    • see a great part of mankind succumbing to a certain religious egotism,
    • own souls attain the greatest degree of well-being. This egotism is
    • means of the Divine Breath, the capacity for absorbing the Ego. If
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    • This love, which one can call egoistic
    • can call it egoistic — is fully justified, for it detaches man
    • physical sense world for himself with a trace of egoism, it occurs
    • called egoistic and is not there for the sake of the beloved but for
    • egoism and egotism. Thus there enters into the emotional soul nature
    • that all these fanatic enthusiasms, the egoistic and confused
    • repression of the egoistic impulse towards the spiritual world is
    • according to the egoism rooted in his nature — Lucifer wants to
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    • physical sense world the human being is a self, an ego, an “I.”
    • with the power to feel himself an ego, an I. It is different in the
    • of transformation with strengthened ego feeling were regulated in the
    • things are not so obliging that the ego feeling is provided for us as
    • have to will the feeling of ego; we have to find out what it means
    • flowers. Whatever he can acquire of a strengthened ego-feeling
    • unfold a strengthened ego in the elemental world.
    • The results of this will be the onset of egoism and love of deception
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    • Johannes develops an egotism counter to the divine world order. But
    • shadow is your ego in the physical world.” One learns little by
    • to penetrate to the true ego, the true inner being, enveloped in the
    • soul's depths. And actually to reach the real ego requires living
    • death and rebirth. But if one penetrates to the true ego after having
    • destruction and to forget one's remembering ego — to stand in
    • must approach it with great confidence that the true ego will he
    • ego, whose only remaining concealment has been the other self, comes
    • toward us. Only now do we meet our true ego, whose shadow or maya as
    • it exists in the physical world is the lower ego. For man's true ego
    • true ego from this world.
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    • merely ...; I will forego any description. “For this the newly
    • Ego. Everything is and comes from the non-Ego, from outside, from
    • doctrine of Ego and the Other.
    • ego. Around him will be the supra-spiritual world. When he enters
    • the depths of his soul, his true ego. He reaches now the spiritual
    • world in such a way that his true ego, his other self, is revealed,
    • ascend into the spiritual and supra-spiritual worlds. Our true ego is
    • our true ego is able to clothe itself in all our weaknesses, all our
    • world. Thus we confront our own true ego on the threshold.
    • other self, the true ego. But in the face of the actual reality, we
    • other person on earth. And this other self, this true ego, decks
    • are thoroughgoing egoists and want only what suits themselves. Oh, we
    • is not to be a rank egoist. In higher worlds, however, if he wants to
    • thoroughgoing egoist. Thus, two contrasting statements can be made:
    • consciousness. The egoism we develop in the physical world, without
    • but also the hidden egoism that rages in the depths of men's souls.
    • Someone who with outward egoism frankly insists that he wants this or
    • that for himself is perhaps much less egoistic than those who indulge
    • egoistic self-effacement out of theosophical abstractions in their
    • carried all this egoism up into the higher worlds ... it would truly
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    • body and our ego we withdraw from our physical body and etheric body.
    • of our waking, we are with our astral body and our ego in a spiritual
    • Not only our astral body and our ego, but our physical and etheric
    • ego.
    • When one looks clairvoyantly down from the ego upon the astral, the
    • our ego out of the etheric and physical bodies, it is as if we had
    • In short, when the ego and the astral body look down from the spiritual
    • the ego and the astral body begin to re-enter the physical and
    • of man are connected with his astral body and his ego, so is there
    • the ego and the astral body leave man at the moment of his falling
    • be comprehended as in the ego, but among the ancient Hebrews He was
    • though he did not make clear that the ego dwells in the single human
    • Highest lies in the Ego,” and that this Ego found expression in
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    • with our present ego we would rightly judge of everything which
    • multiplicity, and further they are empty, just as our empty Ego was
    • confronted by a Divine Ego that contained a whole world. But this
    • empty Ego becomes the stage where the Divine contents which are
    • egoistic. It wishes that an infinite number of beings may have the
    • product of ambition and egoism!
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    • characteristically Roman egoism. That says enough about the soul's
    • philosophy, categorically forbidding its pursuit. He also put a stop
    • category through the natural association of ideas. In the word
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    • bodies that still came to birth would have been degenerate. Egoless
    • ruthlessness, stubborn egoism, that continuous stirring up of
    • been habitable for egoless human beings who would have remained on
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    • egos, and the souls would have departed to a special planet of their
    • way that it would have become a great earthly mechanism for ego-less
    • egoistic sense in the people of the Roman Empire of the concept of
    • Civis, the citizen. Human egoism, be it remembered, can only
    • make men into ego-less beings was frustrated. It was precisely the
    • bleakness, the lack of fantasy in Roman culture, the egoism in Roman
    • of fantasy, and the egoism of Rome were to develop in the fourth
    • impossible for the ego of man to live in the social order of the
    • in which no ego could have a place. These faculties would have had to
    • and to the expulsion of all egos, so that the bodies born would no
    • longer have been capable of bearing an ego. But as forces in the world
    • into such pure homunculi that their egos would have departed. The
    • of the senses, whereby this life would become egoless. For if
    • prosperity alone were to be established on the earth, the ego would
    • pressing out the lemon, the doing away with it! Egos would no longer
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    • might all the more obtain a feeling of the inner ego. This feeling has
    • happen; the feeling of the ego had at some time to be engendered in
    • the pure ego. The ego did not act strongly at a time in which men made
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    • that they saved themselves from becoming nationally so egoistic that
    • impregnated with forces given over to national egoism, as would have
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    • be quite unable to perceive our Ego. We should see the course of our
    • be no ego-consciousness at all. That we are able to experience, to
    • feel our Ego, depends on the fact that our life's course is
    • to this ego-perception, brought about by interruptions in the course
    • explained, attains his Ego through this looking back, this Ego of
    • have an Ego. In earlier periods of earth evolution men knew more. Just
    • Ego. These clairvoyant-atavistic perceptions were dreams only in their
    • form; what they contained was reality. We may say: The Ego of
    • were dedicated. How does the case stand today? Today the Ego is empty
    • Ego it is more or less only a point in our soul-life. The content of
    • this Ego is a firm point of support, but it is nevertheless only a
    • again become a circle, an age in which the Ego must again receive a
    • Ego may again receive a content. This is why, ever since the seventies
    • Just as in the past, man's Ego was filled with an atavistic
    • so today our Ego must be filled with a new spiritual content, received
    • him to receive something new into his Ego. But that which has formed
    • at the same time people are content in the egoism of their soul, and
    • sympathies — alas, our sympathies often arise from egoistic
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    • Then we come to the third category of our soul-life, the impulses of
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    • knowledge of the spiritual worlds. He shows how natural egotism
    • strongly egotistical through my development. Anxiety arises in the
    • heart and mind (Gemüt), for man has the feeling that his ego works too
    • ego-conscious, that he was pouring himself out into the universe and
    • becoming less in possession of himself. His ego-consciousness was
    • ego becomes too strong, was St. Paul at Damascus. The passage in the
    • the necessity for weakening the power of his ego; he realized that the
    • intensity of the ego-life, and as a result of his experience he
    • forces of the ego and to pass through initiation in the right way.
    • his ego has been strengthened and intensified, and is now too strong.
    • the strengthened ego he has gained from evolution he cannot save
    • ego-consciousness, but this cannot save him from universal death; and
    • troubling experience of our too much strengthened ego to the picture
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    • experienced by the ego and astral body outside the physical and
    • borrowed from the sense world; but as the ego and the astral body
    • everything that is ordinarily experienced by the ego, and the astral
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    • I feel a true concord with nature and can say, my ego blooms in the
    • flower, my ego germinates in the plant. Nature-consciousness is
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    • not so much riveted, as I might say, in his own ego; something
    • etheric bodies with his astral body and ego. When you actually invoke
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    • soul part of man, the ego and the astral body.
    • nature into which the ego cannot enter very satisfactorily. It is
    • ego cannot enter fully into the body; it cannot completely fill out
    • ego which actually belongs to this body. Thus these Ahrimanic powers,
    • thereby in making the ego fit very loosely into the human being;
    • entangle the human ego in the outer world; and in so doing they often
    • bring this ego into confusion as regards Karma.
    • state of confusion in reference to his ego as regards his physical
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    • outside (the ego we will consider later). We can then observe the
    • ego that builds it anew. Although the ego is not yet born as regards
    • with the body, and it is the ego which is building therein. It
    • the ego is expressed in the gestures and in the physiognomy. A man
    • looks at a man with imaginative clairvoyance and observes the ego
    • shining ego. Now this resulting gesture and physiognomy unites itself
    • body which is entirely inherited, nothing of his ego, of his
    • These nature-spirits are often very egoistic, they
    • and more from out of his inner being, when his ego is expressed more
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    • feel himself as a unity, but in very fact he felt his ego multiplied
    • as many times as he had senses; he felt his ego multiplied twelve
    • times, and because he felt his ego multiplied twelve times there came
    • an ego that sees through my eye, there is an ego that works through
    • control this splitting-up of the ego into the individual
    • sense-experiences. And out of all this there arose in his ego the
    • corporality. This must be conquered, my earth-ego must be conquered.”
    • feeling that the earth-ego must be conquered, there arose in him
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    • an ego as regards receptivity to the outer world, which lives in him.
    • ego-forces would be shattered unless this power of memory were
    • power of his ego, the power of memory, he would be completely
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    • ego-organization, and gold inserted in the right dose into the human
    • the ego-organization, the astral body, the etheric body and the
    • physical body, we may say that through gold the ego-organization
    • on the thought-world of the ego-organization, in the same way what
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    • lives with his ego in his own warmth, we must ourselves live
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    • what characterizes him as an ego organization. You do not need
    • this ego system, the human being is able to develop that inner
    • ego-point, if I may use that expression, from which all his
    • physical, etheric, astral, and ego organizations. This
    • categories.
    • to the ego organization, which penetrates directly only into
    • therefore speak of a warmth organism, a warmth man. The ego
    • organization penetrates directly into this warmth man. The ego
    • differentiations of warmth the ego organization has its
    • ego-warmth organization — works down indirectly upon the
    • kidney system. There still remains the ego organization. All
    • this is received into the ego organization primarily as a
    • permeated with the ego organization, and this is bound up with
    • there is no trace at all of an ego organization in the
    • phylogeny of the animal kingdom only when the ego organization
    • parallel with the degree to which the ego organization unfolds
    • connection of the ego organization to the functions of the
    • not toward the life of feeling but toward the ego, are
    • empirical science provides. You will see that the ego
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    • connected with the ego has a definite relationship to the
    • ego organization and the astral organization of the human
    • strange that I previously spoke of the ego organization as
    • now say: everything connected with the ego and astral
    • complexities if we say baldly that the ego organization
    • supplied to the ego and astral organizations by the liver-gall
    • from the kidney system and the ego organization from the liver
    • from the head system. What of the the ego-organization in the
    • ego and astral organizations are not descending properly into
    • concerned with the ego organization and the astral organization
    • quite essential for the ego organism and astral organism of the
    • the forces proceeding from the ego and astral organisms, we
    • ear, for example, you will find the following: ego
    • expresses itself in metabolism, and the ego organism and astral
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    • and finally to a condition that can be the bearer of the ego
    • functions of the brain, in ego activity, for instance. This ego
    • substance from the earth. With our ego and with our thoughts,
    • being to hold back the ego organization above and to prevent
    • ego activity is held back above.
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    • along with our ego, however, because this is bound to the organism.
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    • right way by the ego-consciousness, and as a result all the forms of
    • head — the astral, the ego-being — and if this then penetrates the
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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
    • way by the ego, then various types of the so-called mental illnesses
    • life — and also what is understood as ego-activity, as the fully
    • expresses itself as ego-activity, which is a purely spiritual activity
    • ego-activity in the organism. We find that the actual carrier of this
    • ego-activity is essentially anchored in the blood.
    • blood, the ego works with the rest of the soul element, but to go into
    • soul-spiritual element, of the fully conscious ego, let us say,
    • carrier then withdraws from the ego-activity, as it were, yet
    • only under the influence of the ego-activity.
    • I will sketch this for you — that what is active as ego-activity
    • ego-activity itself by these colored lines next to the line of this
    • of the ego-activity (see drawing, red). If one can now influence the
    • force-organization lying at the basis of the ego-activity in a certain
    • ego-activity.
    • to separate out the bodily carrier of this ego-activity from the
    • ego-activity itself. Then this ego-activity is carried out in the body
    • used as a remedy against everything in which this ego-scaffolding, the
    • physical ego-scaffolding (see Drawing 1, white), which I have
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    • we can realise how the Ego lives in the warmth in man, we must
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    • organisation and an Ego-organisation. These expressions need not be
    • necessary. By virtue of this Ego-organisation, the point where his
    • Ego is really the focus whence the whole organic activity of man
    • of the Ego is the fact that during earthly life the relation of man
    • etheric, astral and Ego organisations. The objection has in fact
    • outcome of a desire to divide things into categories.
    • inorganic permutation nor merely a process of permutation negotiated
    • now we come to the Ego-organisation, which penetrates directly
    • The Ego-organisation penetrates directly into this warmth being.
    • The Ego-organisation is a super-sensible principle and brings about
    • of warmth the Ego-organisation has its immediate life. It also has an
    • the Ego-warmth-organisation — works down indirectly upon the
    • the Ego-organisation. The products of digestion are received
    • into the Ego-organisation primarily as a result of the working of
    • permeated with the Ego-organisation, and this is bound up with the
    • of an Ego-organisation in the psychological sense, and you will find
    • traces of an Ego-organisation. The development of liver and gall runs
    • absolutely parallel with the degree to which the Ego-organisation
    • Ego-organisation to the functions of the liver.
    • feeling but towards the Ego-activities, are connected with the
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    • with the Ego has a definite relation to the metabolism in so
    • lectures as being connected with the Ego-organisation and astral
    • it may seem strange that I previously spoke of the Ego-organisation
    • connected with the Ego and astral organisations emanates from the
    • complexities if we say baldly that the Ego-organisation proceeds from
    • forces supplied to the Ego and astral organisations by the systems of
    • the Ego-organisation from the liver system, but these radiations have
    • the head system. What of the Ego-organisation in the child? The
    • cramp-like conditions arise, the cause of them being that the Ego and
    • concerned with the Ego-organisation and the astral organisation
    • Ego-organisation and astral organisation of man. In this case it is
    • now connect this with the fact that the Ego-organisation really lives
    • gaseous being. In the forces proceeding from the Ego and astral
    • Ego-organisation astral organisation, etheric and physical
    • Ego-organisation and astral organism on the other (in so far as the
    • Ego and astral organisations express themselves in the warmth and
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    • bearer of the Ego-organisation — when we speak of the
    • Ego-activity, for instance. This Ego-activity and also, to a great
    • Ego and our thoughts we do not live in the element of weight, but in
    • being made in the upper man to hold back the Ego-organisation above
    • to the fact that the Ego-organisation is held back above.
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    • lifeless allegory; he will know the living spirit and will be able to
    • which is in no way symbolical, in no way allegorical, which also does
    • symbols and allegories.” Other visitors who increase in number
    • allegory; in the work attempted here the spirit has flowed into the
    • symbolism, nothing of allegory, but everything is something in its
    • The foregoing is an
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    • impulses are egoism and love. It is a widespread
    • opinion that ethical law requires that egoism be conquered by love,
    • egoism. This claim is put forward by many on the ground of ethics,
    • opposition which actually exists between the two forces of egoism and
    • love is certainly less evident in our day. In speaking of egoism, we
    • egoism. The needs of the human being proceed from egoism. Now we must
    • believe that it is possible to ennoble the feeling of egoism; and,
    • phrases current on this subject. To say that egoism must be overcome
    • by love does not help us much to understand egoism. For the point is,
    • his fellowmen, need not be less egoistic in life than the other; for
    • his egoism may be precisely his desire to serve human beings. It may
    • altruistic to all appearance may proceed from egoism; in the life of
    • feeling they cannot be appraised otherwise than as egoism.
    • egoism must be extended much further. We must follow it through the
    • But all human egoism
    • should live and work together with them. Egoism itself requires that
    • common with other men is absolutely founded on egoism, and still may
    • love, we find that it is absolutely founded on the egoism of the
    • actually founded on egoism, because man needs his fellowmen for
    • egoistic reasons, extends over the common family life, over the
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    • Egoism does no harm. This is a most important point, notably for an
    • in spite of his egoism the individual is fruitfully placed in the
    • social whole, it will do no harm. But Egoism begins to play a part in
    • strives as it were unconsciously to come to grips with Egoism, which
    • Egoism being extirpated, root and branch. I beg you to take this
    • speaking, egoism is impossible. I can no longer do anything for
    • The word “Egoism,” you will find, is a pretty old one,
    • modern division of labour — a purely economic category —
    • their way of thinking, men had not yet been able to get beyond Egoism
    • unfulfilled, the old egoism persists. It has its roots in this —
    • Egoism. In the case of the ordinary wage-earner we generally fail to
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    • every single human being in his egoism does for himself — is now
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    • uses what he buys can do no other than satisfy his own egoistic sense.
    • egoistic sense. As a single man in the economic life, he cannot say,
    • fulfil the categorical imperative of selflessness, the economic life
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    • holding the light as though more egoistically to itself.
    • we do so a tiny aperture will arise, through which, as Ego, we shall
    • single eye like the Cyclops we could not attain to Egohood in an
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    • with his soul and spirit, with his astral body and Ego, is man
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    • 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
    • through the door. We press our I, our ego, right into the physical
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    • the working of natural law are in quite another category from the
    • out-and-out egoist. But that will mean that he, as an egoist,
    • become an ego-less dreamer, who is, as one says, “not in his
    • ego-less dreamers. And so you have no choice but to continue this
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    • holding the light as though more egoistically to itself.
    • we do so a tiny aperture will arise, through which, as Ego, we shall
    • single eye like the Cyclops we could not attain to Egohood in an
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    • with his soul arid spirit, with his astral body and Ego, is man
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    • 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
    • through the door. We press our I, our ego, right into the physical
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    • the working of natural law are in quite another category from the
    • out-and-out egoist. But that will mean that he, as an egoist,
    • become an ego-less dreamer, who is, as one says, “not in his
    • ego-less dreamers. And so you have no choice but to continue this
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    • who exploit these things in an egotistical or in a group-egotistical
    • other problem, in an outer egotistical or group-egotistical way.
    • egotistical groups are striving esoterically, and their influence is
    • certain group egoism. It is really necessary for these things to be
    • This relates to the egotistical group exploitation of
    • of egotistically inclined people. It is only necessary to withhold
    • the group egotism, is kept very esoteric. These things are actually
    • in a group-egotistical sense what I presented to you as the great
    • unfortunately by many in an egotistical sense — as cosmic
    • about something very significant of a group-egotistical nature in
    • it in a materialistic, egotistical way through the forces that stream
    • egotistical brotherhoods of the Eastern, Indian stream in order also
    • group-egotistical brotherhoods. The most effective principle in the
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    • how it is from the human being himself. Your Ego and your astral body
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    • that they saved themselves from becoming nationally so egoistic that
    • impregnated with forces given over to national egoism, as would have
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    • remembering or understanding this relationship of our ego, for
    • that the human ego, which in sleep is outside the plant-like body,
    • pours its light over the plant; the human ego shines too, resting
    • spiritually over the sleeping body. And the human ego is related to
    • perceiving this, we realize how much like the sun our ego is. As the
    • that the human ego passes through the various phases of its
    • relationship to the ever-changing ego.
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    • an Ego makes its appearance. But in the organism of the universe,
    • for his Ego and astral body to unite with the physical, he must first
    • Ego and astral body, the ether which is scattered through the whole
    • from the higher members of man's nature, from the Ego and the astral
    • It is for the astral body and especially for the human Ego that he
    • Ego, of the “I am”, he must go to the Sun. This was the
    • force and permeation of his Ego above all and of his astral body, he
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    • himself as Ego, as astral body, as ether body.
    • Categories, as they call them, are introduced. We learn them off by
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    • These thoughts should make the whole history of the Ego and the fact
    • science; knowledge of the continued existence of the Ego will have to
    • souls be kept from falling into despair. When the Ego which passes
    • able to understand this Ego. And they will do so if they have worked
    • Ego might be fully understood, and this can never happen if —
    • lecture yesterday. The tyrant does indeed, assert the Ego, but not
    • Christ within the Ego. A deep riddle is presented to us in this
    • have not fully developed? They have not fully developed the Ego: they
    • age of antiquity when the Ego had not yet completely taken root in
    • man; they are Ego-less human beings who, because they cannot take the
    • Christ into the Ego which has not developed into the necessary
    • tyrant, who has developed the Ego and bears it in himself with all
    • strength; without taking the Christ into the Ego, he desires to bring
    • those human beings who have, it is true, acquired the Ego but have
    • not taken Christ into this Ego, there is one moment only when it is
    • we permeate the Ego, as it has now unfolded, with Christ.
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    • developing symbolism or allegory, but by rising, through spiritual
    • human being, our way of speaking of body, soul and spirit, of the ego
    • about the ego, the self. To be sure, the human beings of that ancient
    • of the ego in our modern way; it was not, for him, a point comprising
    • all his soul experiences. On the contrary, when he spoke of the ego it was
    • In experiencing himself as an ego, man did not feel that he belonged
    • deepest self. For it was not felt as a human ego. Man was a
    • by a physical body. Through this sheath-for-the-ego he became a citizen
    • of earth. But the ego was regarded as something foreign to the earthly
    • sphere. And if today we were to coin a name for the way the ego was
    • ego.
    • rocks, no human being would have an ego. For what guarantees existence
    • to earthly things and beings could never guarantee it to the ego. They
    • are in different categories.
    • Within himself man felt not a human but divine ego: a drop from the
    • ocean of divinity. And when he wanted to speak about his ego (I say
    • sharing its reality. Only because the ego has a similar existence is
    • of stone or plant or mountain, the ego would have no right to
    • speak so. Only its starlike nature makes it possible for the ego
    • the trees were driven by the wind. But if we regarded the human ego
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    • developing symbolism or allegory, but by rising, through spiritual
    • is not tempted to form ideas symbolically or allegorically, but to let
    • of forehead and crown, a copy — not just as allegory but inward
    • in egotistical fashion takes hold of the physical body too strongly,
    • our ego. For that we need light between us and objects; need light between
    • light, in what has a relation to white, we feel our ego; if we wake
    • man is organized for the light, and the hindrance to ego energy present
    • it kindles the ego in space by endowing it with inner strength, then
    • pulse beats per minute. What lives in the blood, that is, the ego, the
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    • developing symbolism or allegory, but by rising, through spiritual
    • by the ego; study everything creative in the wide universe, everything
    • dry symbolism or allegory — find our way back to the spiritual.
    • Symbolism and allegory are inartistic. The starting point for a new
    • or allegorists, by rising, through spiritual knowledge, more and more
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    • call the astral body, (the soul proper) and the ego (the spiritual
    • a tendency of the astral body and Ego to unfold an activity of their
    • bodies and egos. This may appear paradoxical, but the activity
    • ego, into the physical and etheric bodies. Lazy people have very
    • certain reluctance of the astral body and ego to permeate the physical
    • between the ego and astral body on the one hand, and the physical and
    • the interaction of ego and astral body with the etheric and physical
    • especially conducive to bringing the astral body and the ego into
    • and ego are not settled properly in the physical. If these symptoms
    • grips its imponderables to make the astral body and ego occupy
    • the astral body and ego to the physical and etheric bodies.
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    • separate both these categories from what is contained in the state of
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    • of both the ego proper and the astral body — to use our terms — has
    • installation of the astral body, and later that of the ego itself.
    • The ego must not be visualised, however, as external to the body in
    • difficulties and obstructions for the ego in maintaining its position.
    • diagrams and graphs these difficulties of the ego in coping with the
    • expression of this struggle of the ego. For studying this struggle,
    • different in the two cases is the effort of the ego whose intervention
    • in the organisation is impeded! How differently does the ego carry out
    • the working of the ego upon the three other human vehicles. It
    • presents a graphic and definite record of what the ego has to
    • the astral body, or the ego. They are all physical processes, but
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    • the blood circulation thrusting the ego forward into the interior of
    • the eye, whereas with us, the ego recedes leaving the eyeball
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    • body, the astral body and the ego. You know that we have been led by
    • the facts themselves, further, to maintain that when sleep begins ego
    • sleep there is a bond between the astral body and the ego, and another
    • and ego on the one hand and etheric body and physical body on the
    • other, than between the ego and astral body or between the etheric and
    • human entity, ego and astral body and the lower human entity, etheric
    • their partners, the physical body and the ego.
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    • astral body and the ego, which are constantly working upon and
    • Now consider this. Let us begin with the ego — as it were the
    • opposite extreme from the physical. The ego works upon the other human
    • action is on the physical body. In mankind today the ego has as yet
    • or fantasy, is there a strong ego influence over the etheric body. In
    • is a strong ego-influence over the physical body and only a slight
    • as the work of the ego an intricate framework extending throughout the
    • us through our ego-organisation; its structure is most delicate, and
    • ego “timbers” into the organism of man is actually in some sense a
    • the part of the ego-framework to break up, to fall to pieces in the
    • The concept of this kind of phantom-structure inserted by the ego into
    • ego-framework proper and the results of the interplay of the eye with
    • interaction of eye and ego, in blind-born persons and in those who had
    • is the result of the ego's activity in the organism.
    • into the organism: and the other ego-structure lies a little deeper
    • almost physical phantom that the ego inserts and erects; a real
    • a consolidation of the ego-scaffold coloured yellow in the Diagram.
    • ego is forcibly compelled to approach the framework so that it becomes
    • penetrated with the ego. And thus it is possible to counteract the
    • permeated by the ego and restrained by it; for the ego and this
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    • know that they arise from a weak ego, an ego-organisation
    • organism indicates too strong an ego. It is just the contrary it means
    • that the ego does not take adequate part in penetrating the organism
    • only serves to show that in such cases the ego weakened and its power
    • effective in the case of a feeble ego. We can always trace a
    • connection between a feeble ego — or let us say an ego not adequately
    • measure, is in the main because an efficient ego-function helps to
    • with the beginning of diabetes. Why does this happen? The ego is
    • of the ego's action. But in them there begins, and the more strenuously
    • for the ego's absence, the activity of the astral body. This astral
    • ego leaves this “middle process” very much to its own devices, and so
    • tendency arises if the ego excludes itself from the inner organic
    • forming of feelings and emotion. While the ego seeks its main
    • than a slackness of the ego. In man the ego is akin to the regions
    • in our ego come to us from very far away. And so we must try to learn
    • something of the processes akin to our ego, in the extra-human world,
    • so that we may be able to put the ego in an environment which will
    • sphere causes the ego to work upon its own central organisation —
    • human ego is active in the eye, and makes direct contact with the
    • bring the ego into contact with the process of oil formation. This
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    • “subjective color therapy” always works upon the ego; while in
    • system, and through the physical vehicle on the ego, indirectly. Do
    • so thou strengthenest the actual forces of the ego”: — the meaning would be
    • say, of the forces opposed to the action of the ego, within the
    • do so and not constitutionally too feeble, let the forces of your ego
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    • connected with the whole formation of the human ego. And not
    • ego as will, not with that which manifests as “Ideation.” The
    • subjective will that operates in the ego, and not in the astral body.
    • women. They must have both had something in their egos, in their power
    • other ways, to relieve the ego of the task of
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    • withdrawal of ego and astral body from the physical and etheric
    • located in the ego and astral body. As a rule the ego is still strong
    • ego, so to speak, and as a result the soul's processes are restricted
    • to the astral body, and the ego no longer shares in the sufferings of
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    • childhood in accordance with strength of child's ego.
    • an ego; and an ego can be influenced only by what is living in a
    • Ego
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    • child. The ego of the teacher must be able to influence the astral
    • is the law. The spirit-self of the teacher must work upon the ego of
    • conscious — influences the child's ego. Education is indeed
    • body and ego.
    • drawing was made.] The astral body and ego want to come in.
    • astral body and ego have to make an effort. And now this effort works
    • kind of rhythm is set up, an abnormal rhythm. At one moment the ego
    • body only if this rhythm were not present and astral body and ego
    • described is set up: first, a powerful development of astral and ego
    • ego becomes weak again. Suppose there is this rhythm, and we come to
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    • ego organisation enters directly into physical forces (gravity) and
    • body, astral body and ego organisation, and of different ways in
    • time have no notion that there is such a thing as a real ego
    • astral body and of the ego organisation. For we have to proceed with
    • with astral body and ego organisation is broken every time we fall
    • it is with ego organisation and astral body in the waking state, when
    • perception of the particular way in which astral body and ego are
    • being wakes up, his astral body and ego organisation go straight over
    • astral body does certainly come in, the ego organisation also comes
    • in; yes, they come in, and one can perceive how astral body and ego
    • first the ego organisation. When, at the moment of awaking, the ego
    • The ego, we could say, lays hold of the physical body (for the
    • happens: on awaking we lay hold of the physical body with our ego,
    • Here we have to see what takes place, in the following way. The ego
    • ego's gliding into it, the physical body loses its weight. And so
    • consciousness — for my ego, for my ego organisation which has
    • is overcome. There is no question here of the ego entering into
    • indirect connection with gravity. The ego, the I, enters into
    • direct connection, places itself as ego right into gravity, shutting
    • ego organisation, right into the actual gravity of the earth; and you
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    • Congestion of astral and ego forces in an organ connected with
    • consciousness leads to pain. Conversely, an organ may allow ego and
    • this condition ego and astral grasp surrounding world too strongly
    • in regard to physical body, ether body, astral body and ego
    • astral body and ego organisation in some organ. The surface of the
    • organ does not allow the astral body and ego organisation to make
    • jammed in the organ. An astral and ego atmosphere of high pressure
    • physical body and ether body on the one hand and astral body and ego
    • definite relation to astral body and ego in the so-called normal human
    • and ego organisation will be present, but in such a way that they
    • we recognised yesterday the necessity for astral body and ego
    • body. When the astral body and ego are jammed and squeezed in this
    • way in some organ, then there is too much astral body, too much ego
    • activity of astral body and ego organisation that does not belong
    • congestion, so that a great amount of astrality and ego organisation
    • such congestion of astral body and ego organisation takes place in an
    • organ the ego organisation and the astral body, we could have an
    • with which is associated also the ego organisation, is not dammed up,
    • becomes, as it were, porous for the astrality and the ego
    • fast the astral body and ego organisation — bring them back, as
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    • draw the ego organisation red, then the astral organisation
    • nature that we can say: There is the ego organisation, there
    • such a way that there is first of all, on the outside, the ego
    • You will have thus a being who shows his ego organisation outside,
    • will draw a different arrangement, where we have the ego organisation
    • the astral and ego organisations tend to disappear within. But now,
    • coming down more in a sweeping curve; and, finally, the ego
    • — the ego organisation (red), the astral organisation (purple), and
    • with, for the ego organisation, which is outside, instead of
    • really are in man. In the head organisation the ego hides itself
    • metabolism-and-limbs system, on the other hand, the ego is on the
    • and to touch. Proceeding inwards from the ego, we have then the
    • outwards from ego to physical body in the head organisation;
    • system, it is centripetal; we go here inwards from ego to
    • been received by our head, it goes first into the ego, and into the
    • of an impression received in the one ego organisation (here in the
    • head), it immediately vibrates right through into the other ego
    • centripetally arranged, from physical on the outside to ego within.
    • For the ego must maintain itself, it must hold its own. It cannot
    • system. The ego, let us say, receives an impression. If everything
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    • lived. The I (ego) organisation is now beginning to come forward, but
    • weak astral body and a weak ego organization, which cannot make
    • regulated by a strong astral body and ego. In this child the astral
    • (and the ego) organisation have been hanging out about the neck or
    • during the first seven years the ego and astral body are unable to
    • organisation must necessarily remain weak. The ego organisation is
    • say, a digestion that is weak in its forces, not having the ego
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    • features of mother's astral. Ego not developed in last moments of
    • for it provides the first clear evidence that the ego organisation
    • receive into him the astral body and ego organisation. In the child
    • revealed! The same cannot be said of the ego organisation. The ego is
    • still no more than rudimentary; it reminds one of an ego organisation
    • being so extraordinarily strongly developed, the ego organisation
    • egoistic in the matter. He is quite capable of making presents to his
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    • excitability. Man has developed as far as the ego, but beings of
    • of egotism in the tender age of early childhood; they will perhaps
    • strengthening the ego in the region of the will. By administering a
    • body, ego organisation, etc. I say “etc.”; what do I
    • Ego organisation
    • man reaches only as far as the ego organisation, and so we have no
    • reach as yet only as far as the ego organisation; but not all the
    • beings with whom we humans have to do, come only as far as the ego
    • bears the stamp of the ego organisation. These beings inspire us;
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    • cases where we perceive a disturbance due to the ego organisation
    • disharmony is due not to an excessive attraction exerted by the ego
    • restrain the ego in face of the temptation that always assails man
    • powerfully into the ego organisation — if we try, that is, to
    • arrest it before it reaches the ego organisation. This result can be
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    • everywhere. Ego always pushing at astral from within. Try to change
    • body and ego have begun to enter into the physical and ether body,
    • not before. As far as astral body and ego are concerned, everything
    • became Pope Gregory VII, and strongly influenced the direction given
    • transformed and shows itself today as weakness of the ego.
    • will provide another means of stimulating the ego.
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    • the good mother forces live in metabolism and have ego content. Later
    • The right feeling for the ego - the youngest principle. Need to
    • it has become clear to us that the foregoing is a true and
    • mention is made there of egoism as a hindrance on the path of
    • development — egoism in the sense that man centres his
    • through life on the sea of his own egoism, we shall have before us
    • than herself; but we have a spectacle merely of egoism when we behold
    • organisation; but the man of our time carries his I, his Ego, in his
    • break in this living connection must ever be permitted. Egoism must
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    • as regards the actual Ego-organisation, by means of which man
    • on the Earth. The Ego-organisation is essentially bound up with
    • Ego-organisation develop excessive strength, then he does not
    • the Ego-organisation is
    • yoked to the Ego-organisation; in the animal it is yoked to
    • lives itself out through the Ego-organisation by way of the
    • with a faulty and inadequate working of the Ego-organisation.
    • Why is the Ego-organisation not acting strongly enough? That is
    • this weakness of the Ego-organisation. In certain cases we find
    • Ego-organisation (just as we came to the assistance of the
    • Ego-organisation. Thus, even as we find that the silicic
    • primarily with the Ego-organisation) is really connected in
    • abnormality of the astral body and Ego-organisation in the
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    • possesses the Ego-organisation.
    • During sleep, the astral body and Ego-organisation have
    • as we have realised that the astral body and Ego-organisation
    • Ego-organisation. Now the constitution of man is very
    • and Ego-organisation pass entirely out of the physical and
    • Ego-organisation. These have only left the head. Hence
    • Ego-organisation from the head, can be brought about by the
    • inwardly, drives the astral body and Ego out of the head. Here
    • condition — that his astral body and Ego cling too firmly
    • gradually come to know what tasks the Ego-organisation and
    • body and the Ego-organisation work too strongly in the head,
    • the Ego-organisation and the astral body; they impress
    • its normal condition, we drive the astral body and Ego out of
    • because then we loosen the astral forces and the Ego to some
    • body and the Ego are separated from it, giving rise to a
    • in sleep. If, however, the astral body and the Ego are too
    • the Ego slightly out of the lead. Thus we begin to understand
    • asleep, our astral body and Ego have separated from this
    • of silver, we can drive the astral body and Ego out of the
    • suppose the astral body and Ego are working too actively in the
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    • Ego-organisation, by means of which man is raised above all the
    • Ego-organisation is essentially bound up with katabolism; it is
    • being, the astral body and the Ego-organisation develop
    • Ego-organisation is intimately bound up with the system of
    • to the Ego-organisation; in the animal it is yoked to the
    • out through the Ego-organisation by way of the nerves and
    • Ego-organisation. Why is the Ego-organisation not acting
    • Ego-organisation. In certain cases we find that the fault lies
    • come to the assistance of the Ego-organisation (just as we came
    • inadequate working of the Ego-organisation. Thus, even as we
    • corresponds primarily with the Ego-organisation) is really
    • astral body and Ego-organisation in the metabolic-limb-system
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    • possesses the Ego-organisation.
    • the astral body and Ego-organisation have separated from the
    • that the astral body and Ego-organisation — the
    • body, ether body, astral body and Ego-organisation. Now the
    • in sleep the astral body and Ego-organisation pass entirely out
    • astral body and Ego-organisation. These have only left the
    • of the astral body and Ego-organisation from the head, can be
    • it is taken inwardly, drives the astral body and Ego out of the
    • that his astral body and Ego cling too firmly to his head, work
    • gradually come to know what tasks the Ego-organisation and
    • body and the Ego-organisation work too strongly in the head,
    • the Ego-organisation and the astral body; they impress
    • normal condition, we drive the astral body and Ego out of the
    • because then we loosen the astral forces and the Ego to some
    • body and the Ego are separated from it, giving rise to a
    • in sleep. If, however, the astral body and the Ego are too
    • the Ego slightly out of the head. Thus we begin to understand
    • astral body and Ego have separated from this system. But we can
    • the astral body and Ego out of the metabolic-limb system. We
    • astral body and Ego are working too actively in the digestive
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    • How this is so, can only be understood when one has carried one's power of spiritual perception far enough to observe the fourth principle of man's organisation — the “I am I” — or the Ego.
    • dying into the whole organism. The Ego redeems, out of this
    • is organised for these metabolic functions by the Ego-organisation
    • And so the activity of the Ego permeates
    • 1 The “Ego-organisation” denotes the whole of those
    • “organs” of expression, so also has the Ego. In this case the
    • The Ego redeems certain elements out of the ruin worked by the astral
    • Ego.
    • Ego and one or another of these. All are deeply connected with one
    • instance, a human lung, the physical, etheric, astral, and Ego
    • The Ego-organisation is the spiritual inner element in man of that
    • from within outwards, of the Ego-organisation.
    • Now it must be borne in mind that the Ego must, in a certain sense, be
    • acid activity. If the Ego is too weak, the silicic acid is separated
    • spiritual. And in observing the Ego-organisation one discovers the
    • silicic acid deposited in the body. It takes the place of the Ego
    • astral body and the Ego-organisation are not in a position to control
    • astral body that has become too weak, and possibly also with an Ego
    • silicic acid processes, and on the other by an impotence of the Ego to
    • corresponding activity of the astral and the Ego,
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    • How this is so, can only be understood when one has carried one's power of spiritual perception far enough to observe the fourth principle of man's organisation — the “I am I” — or the Ego.
    • dying into the whole organism. The Ego redeems, out of this
    • is organised for these metabolic functions by the Ego-organisation
    • And so the activity of the Ego permeates
    • 1 The “Ego-organisation” denotes the whole of those
    • “organs” of expression, so also has the Ego. In this case the
    • The Ego redeems certain elements out of the ruin worked by the astral
    • Ego.
    • Ego and one or another of these. All are deeply connected with one
    • instance, a human lung, the physical, etheric, astral, and Ego
    • The Ego-organisation is the spiritual inner element in man of that
    • from within outwards, of the Ego-organisation.
    • Now it must be borne in mind that the Ego must, in a certain sense, be
    • acid activity. If the Ego is too weak, the silicic acid is separated
    • spiritual. And in observing the Ego-organisation one discovers the
    • silicic acid deposited in the body. It takes the place of the Ego
    • astral body and the Ego-organisation are not in a position to control
    • astral body that has become too weak, and possibly also with an Ego
    • silicic acid processes, and on the other by an impotence of the Ego to
    • corresponding activity of the astral and the Ego,
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    • prices, which is dependent on the egoist war between capital
    • really unegoistic and social way of thinking amongst the human
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    • etheric body leaves the astral body, in which the ego is
    • carried along by the astral body and by the ego. If we want
    • that the ego had been embodied. On the other hand, the
    • Possessing their own astral bodies and egos but being endowed
    • with the ego of the donor. Disregarding this fact can easily
    • seven Rishis had the same egos as the initiates whose etheric
    • Copernicus even though the ego of the latter was different
    • not only that the egos are capable of reincarnation, but that
    • see that the ego of Zarathustra was reincarnated as Zarathas
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    • nor with his ego, however, but was woven into his etheric
    • not only that the ego reincarnates but also that the astral
    • the astral body and even that the ego were multiplied
    • innumerable times; by ego, I mean the “I” as an
    • ego could not match what was in his etheric body because the
    • those days the human beings had egos capable of forming
    • especially in these personalities is that their ego
    • Jesus Christ woven into them. Their ego behavior often seemed
    • as modern people, understand what his conscious ego was; yet we
    • components, as well as the ego, which it encompasses. What
    • conviction that Christ can be found in the human ego arose
    • the consciousness soul of Jesus of Nazareth, because the ego
    • human ego has increasingly come into prominence and with it
    • human egotism, and with egotism, materialism. Everything that
    • the ego had absorbed and acquired was gradually unlearned and
    • themselves to what the ego could observe and to what the
    • intelligence. That is all the ego could take into its inner
    • culture of egotism.
    • enter into the ego? Christian evolution has passed through a
    • has made its way as far as the ego. Now it must take into
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    • an individual's divine ego — continues to develop
    • the ego of a human being hurries from one incarnation to
    • ego-consciousness, the Atlanteans saw into the spiritual
    • were not the reincarnated egos of the Atlantean initiates;
    • faculties of the post-Atlantean era. Their egos were not much
    • different from the egos of those who became the bearers of
    • re-embodiment of the ego, but rather of the etheric bodies of
    • these great initiates. Thus we see not only that the ego but
    • exceeded anything their astral bodies or egos were able to
    • possessed his own astral body and ego, and he was now to have
    • by his own astral body and before his own ego was able to
    • only of the reincarnation of the ego. Rather, the other
    • own physical, etheric, and astral body, as well as his ego,
    • constitution of the human being other than the ego is
    • etheric and astral bodies, and of the ego too in a lesser
    • body of Jesus appear to the outside world? After all, the ego
    • personality retains his or her own ego. Ego judgment can
    • perhaps be at variance with the ego itself. Think of Francis
    • they were caused by his ego, which was not on the same level
    • the assumption that his ego was not always capable of making
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    • the beings in it decreased; it ceased altogether when the ego
    • Christ-Ego begin to weave themselves into the egos of a few
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    • Augustine developed his ego, but also committed errors and
    • says of the ego that it can rise in him through purification.
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    • and ego, but his etheric body was interwoven with the image
    • culture of his ego and astral body, but when he had made his
    • because he possessed his own ego — and as a great
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    • us say that the ego and astral body are simultaneously
    • souls. Our blood is the physical expression of our ego, and
    • thought would flare up in our souls if ego and astral body
    • astral bodies, and the ego. They can rise to higher stages of
    • ego, when they transform their astral body into spirit self
    • blood—the expression of the ego that is constantly
    • salvation of the human ego as long as the ego, whose physical
    • body has been so spiritualized through the ego that the
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    • own astral body and ego.
    • humanity. Since Augustine had to depend on his own ego and on
    • was caused by errors in his judgment and by an erring ego.
    • us strange stems from the fact that his ego was the human ego
    • Nazareth, countless copies of His ego were preserved for
    • posterity as well. His ego had disappeared from the three
    • sheaths when Christ moved into them, but a copy of this ego
    • in this copy of the ego of Jesus of Nazareth something that
    • expression for the ego is the blood. That is a great secret,
    • with it and who were aware of the fact that copies of the ego
    • could accept copies of the ego of Jesus Christ, just as some
    • secret way had to be found to preserve this ego in a silent,
    • Christ Jesus, the expression and copy of His ego, in the
    • to get to know the mystery of the Christ-Ego — the
    • eternal ego into which any human ego can be transformed. This
    • given fact so that they can receive the Christ-Ego at the
    • receive the Christ-Ego, it will imbue the souls of human
    • imbued by the Christ-Ego will also understand something that
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    • nothing to do with His ego; it passed into the spiritual
    • ego of Jesus of Nazareth left its three sheaths at the
    • baptism of John, a copy of this ego remained in each of them
    • remained as the imprint of the Jesus-Ego. Beginning with the
    • an ego copy of Jesus was woven into human beings who began to
    • like an ego copy of Jesus of Nazareth.
    • fifth epoch who must rely on themselves and on their own ego
    • rely on their human ego only. The legend of the Holy Grail
    • them. But now things changed in that the ego became a
    • questioning ego. Today, any soul that accepts passively what
    • of Jesus of Nazareth's ego. Those who prepare
    • of the ego of Jesus of Nazareth so that they become like
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    • teaching, we are transported into another world. Our ego is
    • are with our ego in our spiritual home, at the fountainhead
    • transported the ego into the world whence it was born and
    • weaker in the ego. In the Atlantean epoch the ego during
    • after the Atlantean catastrophe the ego was pushed out into
    • that the ego is blotted out at night and resurrected in the
    • that the ego lets the forces of the spiritual world stream
    • because the evolution of the ego in this part of the world
    • India the ego had remained deeply entrenched in the spiritual
    • his or her ego with the physical world, the achievements of
    • etheric body in Moses, his ego — whose development had
    • commensurate with the full powers of the ego. And six hundred
    • The ego of Jesus left the physical, etheric, and astral
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    • astral body and the ego soon after death and gradually
    • egos, their power of judgment, and so on, they were simple
    • completely cut off from the world. His ego and astral body
    • illuminated. Only then could the astral body and the ego
    • justified to ask what had become of the egos of the great
    • initiates of that time. Atlantean egos had dwelled in a
    • Nazareth — the etheric and astral bodies and the ego of
    • copies of the etheric and astral bodies and of the ego of
    • accomplishments. His ego and his astral body were left to
    • Rosicrucians. Many copies of his ego, that is of the ego in
    • the spiritual world. The copies of the ego of Jesus of
    • and love are candidates for these copies of the ego of Jesus
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    • and our ego-organism, and the events thus perceived do at first live
    • the astral organism and the ego-organism, has also to be somehow
    • basically our true being is only our ego and astral body. We cannot
    • And so when in the course of three or four days, what our ego and
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    • ego-consciousness, as we do today. In the dreamlike consciousness, a
    • full ego-consciousness was lacking; and when this is the case, people
    • year something approximating the human ego-consciousness on the one
    • experienced a lighting up of his ego. It was as if the ego shone into
    • today, one's own ego, which is then seen, often constitutes an element
    • in them, ego-consciousness shone in just at the height of summer. And
    • ego-consciousness, whereby the ego appeared as something that entered
    • occurred what I have just called the shining of the ego into the human
    • manifested itself to man as ego-power. And the people had a
    • dreamy consciousness also the dream of the ego.
    • again, the people had the feeling “We have an ego, but this ego
    • our ego into its protection. It shows it to us when it opens the great
    • might assure man at this time that he has an ego, which the heavens
    • certain way went out of themselves in order to unite with the ego in
    • ego-feeling into his dreaming consciousness. In the depth of winter he
    • Just as in those times of the ancient Mysteries the ego-consciousness
    • the spheres let his ego sound into his dream-consciousness.
    • ego; in the depth of winter he learned to feel himself outwardly, in
    • order for him to come to ego-consciousness, the heavens opened their
    • We might say that in the ego consciousness which mankind has had for a
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    • of a certain relationship to their ego, an ego which they did not yet
    • belonged to them as their ego. Only in this one quarter, which reached
    • its high point at St. John's, did the essential being of their own ego
    • Now this essence of the individual ego within the divine spiritual
    • egoity” of his “I” — in spite of the fact
    • that it is his ego; for anyone who wants to be honest cannot really
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    • the Greek, through the development of conscious Egohood, to conquer
    • by enriching the Ego with the wisdom that can be born only from
    • — which works, not from without but from within the Ego, must
    • in order that he may become a personality in the real sense. The Ego
    • Everything that the Ego accumulates in the head must be pressed down
    • into the rest of man's nature. The Ego, living in the nerve-process,
    • And now think of Faust standing there with all that the Ego has
    • In order that the Ego should be strengthened, it was necessary for
    • representative of the Greeks. In the man of the modern age, the Ego
    • which the Ego truly belongs. The Ego must know that it is a citizen of
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    • Ego.
    • Correspondingly, man needs also for the Ego experience two hands. When
    • immediately get something of an Ego experience. And it is really a
    • bring them together — to this fact we owe our Ego-nature as human
    • beings. Otherwise we would not be I- or Ego-men at all. If, for
    • beings who are involved in a Group Soul. To be an Ego-being we must
    • hitherto only had influence in man's conception of the Ego, but that
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    • full Ego. Our earthly Ego, the Ego that we have acquired in the course
    • physical body. Not until the time of Jupiter will the Ego be able to
    • place within the etheric body the real Ego of the human being has no
    • experience our full Ego-consciousness. With the etheric body we enter
    • with our Ego. Nevertheless it is always so. Within this etheric body
    • did not have in his ordinary Ego-consciousness. For it is when he, is
    • he perceives with his Ego-consciousness what one is normally able to
    • perceive with the Ego-consciousness. But now suppose that he is
    • activity which is only half conscious, an activity in which the Ego
    • unconscious. The Ego does not reach fully down into speech. When we
    • to his fully conscious Ego activity as does the “Märchen”
    • himself. The love that lives in his body, in his egoism — this love
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    • and are not meant to be symbolic or allegorical figures. They are
    • nebulous mysticism, or symbolically, or allegorically, or some
    • presented as symbols or allegories, any more than Nero is a
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    • higher that is revealed in me: my “I” withdraws, my ego
    • day-time ego-consciousness, but from a kind of perception which
    • so woe-begone?
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    • allegorically: it was simply there. We have attempted to give form
    • expression of human personality, the human ego. And this is what
    • Buregonden                      
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    • of any theory, but of the foregoing remarks there will now be
    • with spiritual matters takes our intention to be allegorical or
    • symbolic. Neither symbol nor allegory has any place in the
    • is a straw-stuffed allegory that we attempt, but a living portrayal
    • such matters: they call everything allegorical that leads beyond
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    • Begot so sweet a Syren of
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    • etheric body, astral body, and ego must be changed. And those
    • ego perceive only what the physical body brings them from the world
    • gets away from his ego, who is so dependent upon his narrowly limited
    • the world. Without this body, the Ego which I now regard as my great
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    • afterwards lie separates his astral body and also his Ego from the
    • They lie in the life-thread of the Ego, which goes from incarnation
    • entangled in matter, allegorically designated as the ‘Fall of
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    • body, astral body and the Ego. We know that in order to understand
    • human evolution we must learn the occult truth that this Ego, of
    • Ego is, as it were, ensheathed — although ‘ensheathed’
    • certain respect it is the companion of the Ego through the various
    • incarnation to another, and is linked, as it were, with the Ego,
    • Ego in the sense of the present day. But the germ for the physical
    • incorporated. During the Earth period the Ego was incorporated. And
    • etheric body, the astral body, the Ego. The physical body is not
    • From the preceding incarnation nothing of what man calls his Ego
    • Ego’, and of which we say that it is first felt and
    • soul-experiences; thou seest in man just as little of his Ego as in
    • Ego. The Ego is something real which as a super-sensible entity goes
    • continuing Ego to connect the incarnations; nothing but causes and
    • this incarnation I call myself an ‘Ego’, this is not
    • because the same Ego was there in the preceding incarnation. What I
    • call my Ego is only a Maya of the present incarnation.
    • way, and he must clearly understand that what we call the Ego has no
    • How has man ever been able to develop his Ego? Through
    • reached the stage of developing his Ego. It was added to his physical
    • if the Ego were to find a place in man. The physical Earth-body, set
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    • allegorically and to say it was meant in such and such a way; but all
    • of physical body, etheric body, astral body, and Ego. If now you ask
    • consisting of physical body, etheric body, astral body, and Ego. And
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body, and Ego. It would make as
    • Ego. Their assemblage is visible, just as water is, but the hydrogen
    • members, the physical, etheric and astral bodies and the Ego, just as
    • clairvoyant then observes how after death the Ego, astral body, and
    • the etheric and astral bodies is still invisible. And when the Ego is
    • been introduced into our astral body and Ego, this dense materiality
    • follows that because the Ego entered into connection with the
    • that at a certain point of time in life the Ego were to go out from a
    • astral bodies, but not the Ego. This is what happened in the case of
    • Jesus of Nazareth in the thirtieth year of His life. The human Ego
    • organism, as otherwise the Ego would have done. What now
    • this: that all other men bear within them an Ego that once was
    • Ego within Him; instead, He bears the Christ-Being. So that from this
    • human Ego to allow any further Luciferic influences to enter his
    • consists of physical body, etheric body, astral body, and Ego; and
    • this Ego is such that it always works into the astral body up to the
    • Ego, so that during the three years up to his death he was not
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    • connected. Now in Buddhist teaching the real being of the Ego, which
    • clearly that the Ego-nature cannot be spoken of in Buddhism as we
    • be heretical to speak of the Ego-nature as we must represent it. On
    • Ego-nature.
    • The human Ego, which
    • human Ego but by a Cosmic Being, the Christ-Being. Through years of
    • the being, the nature, of the ordinary human Ego. The
    • Christ-Jesus-Being was completely independent of the human Ego from
    • could the human Ego enter into connection with human nature. Just as
    • the unfolding of the Ego. In this way the whole matter is brought
    • studies we know that although the seed-kernel of the Ego was laid
    • attaining to Ego-consciousness arose only towards the end of the
    • Atlantean period, and that even then this Ego-consciousness was very
    • Ego-consciousness was still dull, dream-like, dim. But if you turn
    • clear to you that here the Ego-consciousness found expression in a
    • very unusual way. A kind of Folk-Ego lived in each single member of
    • traced his Ego back to his ancestor in the flesh, to Abraham. The Ego
    • as a Group-Ego, a Folk-Group-Ego. Consciousness had not yet
    • possible for man to develop his Ego-consciousness Let us slowly and
    • Ego-consciousness meets us in man.
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    • receive the fourth member of his being, the Ego. We can say the
    • Egos who have since continued to incarnate were not present in men on
    • Hierarchy which had first brought the human Ego into being: the
    • up of the human Ego. But when in due time man was given over to his
    • certain Ego substance was not brought into the stream of physical
    • Form now flows onward, but that something was held back: an Ego that
    • this Ego preserved the form, the substantiality, which man had had
    • before proceeding to his first earthly incarnation. This Ego lived on
    • Bible, as was the Ego of Adam before his first embodiment in flesh.
    • occult science knows about this Ego — which naturally for
    • Ego, which was, as it were, held back ‘in reserve’, was
    • characteristics; it was untouched by everything that a human Ego
    • think of, in contrast to other human Egos, as an empty sphere, still
    • Nathan-child, described in the Luke Gospel, really had no Ego; as
    • is quite adequate if at first we say that an Ego, developed as Egos
    • spoken today by nobody with an Ego which in the course of
    • not possess an Ego that had been through a series of incarnations;
    • in Jesus of Nazareth no human Ego, but solely the Christ
    • which the evolution of the Ego depends, had risen from the grave. It
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    • foregoing description you can gather that the whole scale of feelings
    • accounts of each Ego, but in every case the balancing must be
    • beginning of our evolution, and need if the Ego is to attain full
    • appearance of Christ, lost the human Ego, while retaining the
    • feel something within me which is connected with my personal ego.
    • now feeling is foreign to me, because it is the ego that has come
    • the free Ego. With the Luciferic influence, the conditions for the
    • free Ego were established. That had to be permitted by the
    • Father-God. But just as the Ego, for the sake of freedom, had to
    • become entangled in matter, so then, in order that the Ego might be
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    • Earth the Spirits of Form endowed him with the ‘I’, the ego, in order
    • ‘I’ or ego — for the ‘I’ lights up in the
    • become more and more intense. Man would have hardened within the ego,
    • bridge to the others. And egoism, already intense, would have
    • Earth-existence would more and more have made men into utter egoists.
    • spiritual world, stronger influence would have penetrated the ego.
    • man's progress to independence, lure him into gross egoism. In the
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    • egoism would have set in between death and rebirth; man would have
    • been born into his new life as a gross and overweening egotist. Hence
    • certain wrongful training awakens occult forces whereby egoism is
    • All the categories of beings have their karma — the karma of the one
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    • The second category of Beings were already nearer to man's level, but
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    • astral body and into the real Ego, the Self of the human being.
    • man sleeps, the astral body and Ego-organization leave the physical
    • work only upon the astral body and Ego-organization. What results
    • they are carried out into the spiritual world by the Ego and astral
    • the astral body and Ego-organization.
    • affects the astral body and Ego-organization, those higher members
    • the physical-etheric and the astral and Ego. As regards their role in
    • body, begins to function independently when it is abandoned by the Ego
    • So far as our astral body and Ego are concerned, we are — stupid,
    • time and not limit them by the activity of the astral body and Ego.
    • drawing upon the astral body and Ego-organization with their
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    • body and ego. On the contrary, it penetrates into real life,
    • etheric body, astral body and ego; that there is a law of
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    • there is still the ego-organisation which is bound up with the
    • etheric body, astral body, ego-organisation and must pay heed
    • ego-organisation, it follows that only someone who is
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    • school in such a way that he takes as a foregone conclusion the
    • body, astral body and ego. Between the 7th and 14th years the
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    • ego-organisation. These four members we have to distinguish
    • understanding of the ego-organisation it is essential to master
    • body through an understanding of music; while the ego, on the
    • body. From this we see how the ego stands within the substance
    • how the ego works.
    • learn to wrestle with language, we must feel our ego going
    • the other man, only about his own ego. But we do not want to
    • body, etheric body, astral body and ego, — for the one
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    • that in the growing child there evolve gradually the ego and
    • from his head into the rest of his body. But the ego and the
    • whole being is educated. A powerful ego sense would be
    • would be engaged, and a correct ego-sense would strike root in
    • educate the ego and the astral body from below upwards, so that
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    • “breathing something out.” We breathe out the ego
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    • perform it with him, my ego does it with him. My ego joins in
    • listener all the time participates with his ego in the physical
    • life behind the sounds, but suppresses it. The ego performs a
    • his ego is essentially bound up with our power to speak, though
    • much of our ego-sense, of our sense of ourselves as
    • this call of the language to the ego you will also be able to
    • awaken this ego-sense in children in an egoistic form, but
    • quite differently. For this ego-sense in children can be
    • stimulates egoism; if it is rightly stirred, it stimulates the
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    • aware of his Ego, and will later be able to remember as far
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    • as follows: The ego consciousness is strengthened and
    • in so far as soul and spirit are less dependent on the ego.
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    • conditions of nutrition and health without making him egoistic
    • not make him egoistical. If the children are not taught in
    • matters of nutrition and health, makes him egoistic. It cannot
    • but produce egoism. If you read about nutrition in physiology,
    • egoistic than you were before. This egoism, which continually
    • the dangers of egoism in later life if he is instructed in
    • nutrition and health rules, and not with egoism — but
    • most unegoistic way, for they are hardly aware at that moment
    • one that discourages his egoism, when we teach him the rules of
    • for that would really be appealing to his egoism. We are not
    • yet reckoning on his egoism if we teach him at about the age of
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    • Egoism and Materialism. Life before birth and after death. Pre-natal
    • life, is founded on the egoism of humanity. In the first place,
    • sphere, is not so constituted, as to appeal to man's egoism. It is
    • tries to reach men through their egoism. Take for example that
    • man's egoism in the super-sensible sphere. Egoism impels man to cling
    • his Ego. This is a form of egoism, however refined. And to-day every
    • religious denomination appeals largely to this egoism when treating of
    • We live in a time when this appeal to human egoism must be combated in
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    • desire, which reaches to soul element. Through his ego man raises
    • apply to the animal: when man takes up into his ego — i.e. into
    • the soul. This is because in actual practical life the ego really
    • impulse, desire, when it is taken hold of by the ego. But instinct,
    • impulse and desire in man when taken hold of by the ego we generally
    • egoism: one would like to have done something better in order to be a
    • better man. That is egoistic. Our efforts will only cease to be
    • egoistic when we do not wish to have done a thing better than we have
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    • and how to help them. Ego, youngest principle of man, can only live in
    • images, not in real forces of the world. HE ego lives in thinking,
    • feel yourself with your ego right in the midst of this activity of
    • we call cognition, were there within all that your ego does; and again
    • what your ego does is there within the activity of cognition. You are
    • something happened to your ego somewhere in the subconscious and that
    • being, the ego, related to these different conditions? The easiest way
    • With our ego, the youngest member of the human being, we could not
    • pass through these world forces if this ego were to give itself up
    • directly to them. This ego cannot give itself up to all that is round
    • it and in the midst of which it is placed. This ego must still be
    • therefore, that in our fully awakened ego we be not forced to enter
    • ego — it is only in images of the cosmos that we human beings can
    • has to produce images of the cosmos for us. And then our ego dwells in
    • when the ego in the morning passes over into the waking condition, it
    • thinking-cognition is communicated to the ego.
    • In feeling it is different. There the ego does enter into the real
    • penetrate with your ego into the images which your body has produced
    • Hence you will understand it if I now characterise the life of the ego
    • you will understand it if I characterise what the ego actually
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    • Effect of sleep on ego. Need to regulate remembering and forgetting.
    • contains the others as well. The Twelve Senses. Sense of another's ego
    • related to Will: Smell, Taste, Sight, Warmth to feeling: Ego-sense,
    • ordinary life if we do not sleep long enough the ego-consciousness
    • usual. It has made you to some extent susceptible in your ego.
    • with these impressions through their ego. And if they are not rightly
    • unconscious and raises it into consciousness. Just as the human ego
    • perceives the ego of another human being he has a relationship to his
    • man thinks of his conception of the ego, he thinks at once of his own
    • I have with him describe him as an ego, an
    • him discover that he too is something of the same kind as my ego, I
    • own ego within me is something different from the recognition of
    • another man as an ego. The perception of the other ego depends upon
    • the ego-sense just as the perception of colour depends upon the
    • so easy for a man to see the organ which perceives the ego. But we
    • might well use the word “to ego” (German: ichen) for
    • the perception of other “ I 's” or egos as we use
    • perception of egos is spread out over the whole human being and
    • not talk about this “organ for perceiving the ego.” And this
    • “organ for perceiving the ego” is a different thing from
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    • has been more and more driven in upon his egotism. Hence religion
    • itself has become more and more egotistic. And to-day we live in an
    • the school with egotistic feelings you need all kinds of wires —
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    • which lie the forces in which the ego lives. These forces dissolve the
    • you live with your ego in your muscles and flesh. Even when you are
    • awake you do not live with your ego in your muscles and flesh, you
    • live with your ego principally in the shadow which you photograph in
    • back of the chair, you live with your ego in the force which is
    • that we live with our ego in our visible body. We live with our ego in
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    • an inner obligation, a true “categorical imperative” for the
    • teacher. And this categorical imperative is as follows: Keep your
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    • egoism and which seek power in the external world. The older Yoga
    • is only part of present day egoism to want to do everything oneself.
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    • If we can compass all life within the confines of our own ego
    • ego.”] the power which is usually spread abroad
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    • he would become an egotistic man, a man who only wants what accords
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    • “O” reveals man as soul, the “E” fixes the ego
    • ego. And the “A” counteracts the animal nature in man.
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    • Through the foregoing you will perceive that when man utters an
    • already experiences entirely inwardly in his ego. The reason why spiritual
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    • with the ego at the same time in the same manner, the activity of the ego
    • is in a certain way dampened. This dampening of the ego is not absolute,
    • of symptoms in the intermediate sexual category. How could a contemporary
    • up to the intennediate sexual category, or some other way. He puts the
    • left-handed, for example, in the same category. I want to emphasize,
    • indication will fall into some category which I have already given;
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    • One stimulates the astral body and the ego by means of this detour through
    • of this? When the astral body and the ego are strengthened in this manner
    • called forth by the power of one's own ego in opposition to those movements
    • does not take place in other respects, for the ego and the astral body
    • become egoistic, and his tendency to become organically egoistic as well.
    • What does it actually mean when man becomes egoistic? Organically
    • Here you have an insight deep into the human organism. Egoists are always
    • In people with weak egos it strengthens the “I”, it makes
    • the ego more egoistic. In people who effuse organically because they
    • are not sufficiently egoistic we will find it necessary to activate
    • the forces of egoism not for the benefit of the soul, but for the body.
    • him and brings him out of an egoless mingling with the world; in the
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    • anthroposophists the tendency exists, not only not to rise above egoism,
    • but sometimes to become even more egoistic than normal people are. Then,
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    • the ego organisms. Thus it is possible to say that what one recognizes
    • refers to this lecture at the end of the foregoing with the words:
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    • include the will among the psychological categories. I am acquainted
    • the consciousness of ego-existence in the world — E. Or again he
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    • etheric body, astral body, and ego or “I.” The etheric
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    • told you yesterday, however, one must forego concepts; abstract
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    • egotistical possession of knowledge which, as humanity matures will be
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    • categories of human beings who have found their way into the spheres
    • distinguish with exactitude between these two categories of human
    • body, astral body and Ego. The moment we are no longer observing man
    • Ego. Whoever observes a human being during waking life has all this
    • living and ask yourself: Where was his Ego in his previous
    • former incarnation. You must be able to establish which Ego has
    • continuous Ego and the various stages down on the Earth. Mistakes
    • for an Ego in its earlier bodies. In the higher worlds, therefore, it
    • order to arrive at the previous incarnations of the Ego.
    • line of physical heredity; nor is the Ego a completely new creation,
    • means the same in which the Ego was formerly incarnated. And the same
    • obliged to say the foregoing because it will help you to understand
    • us with an Ego, an astral body, an etheric body and physical body. To
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    • are one category of Beings who, though incarnated in physical bodies,
    • through his foregoing development in making a human body so perfect
    • passions, sensuality, consuming egoism. The vestiges of clairvoyance
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    • astral body and his Ego leave the physical and etheric bodies. Then
    • Ego, can be permeated by such a Being. It is possible for a Being of
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    • gradual evolution, was destined to add the Ego, the fourth principle
    • principle, the Ego. At that time the first seed began to form for the
    • development of an Ego in the other three principles. Hence we can say
    • bearer of an Ego. Before the Lemurian epoch the Earth was also
    • inhabited, but by human beings who as yet bore no Ego within them.
    • him to become the bearer of an Ego. This did not, of course, take
    • powers, as you will understand from the foregoing. It was not
    • Ego’ to the child born to Joseph and Mary. Thus in
    • Ego of Zarathustra was reincarnated in the child of whom the Gospel of
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    • Through his Ego too,
    • such an Individuality is destined to fulfil a great mission. The Ego
    • character of the Ego and is inherited from the paternal element. For
    • whithersoever they are needed. An Ego such as that of John the
    • sanctuary of earthly spiritual life. The John-Ego descended from the
    • Jesus there were chiefly bestowed qualities not yet permeated by an Ego
    • in which egoistic traits had developed: that is to say, a young soul
    • to you that a soul without a really developed Ego could be guided
    • from the great Mother-Lodge to a certain place. But the same Ego that
    • the Gospel of St. Luke and the Ego-being in John the Baptist were
    • develops in the body of the mother, the Ego unites with the other
    • gradually. Not until then does the Ego become active as an inner
    • force; in a normal case, when an Ego quickens an embryo, we have to
    • do with an Ego that has come from earlier incarnations. In the case
    • of John, however, the Ego in question was inwardly related to the
    • that in other cases is quickened by its own Ego was here quickened
    • Jesus-child approaches; and it is the Ego through which the child in
    • such a mighty Ego is working in a body. The nature of the
    • transformation takes place: his own Ego leaves him and another Ego
    • Zarathustra-Ego which had lived hitherto in the body of the Jesus
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    • the physical plane; the Ego-hood of Elijah could not penetrate fully
    • the Ego cannot always
    • into solitude; the part of the Ego needed by the personality
    • normal course of life the inner power or force of the Ego becomes
    • The Ego had not, as in normal circumstances, been stirred into
    • again. But the Ego was now farther from the spiritual world and
    • had now to work from outside and stimulate the Ego-force of John the
    • Thus it was the Nirmanakaya of Buddha which now stirred the Ego-force
    • spoke, filling his Ego with a force which could be communicated to
    • wakened the Ego. But being nearer to the Earth this force now worked
    • the Ego of John. Under the influence of the visit of her who is there
    • called ‘Mary’, the Ego of John the Baptist awoke into activity.
    • The Nirmanakaya of Buddha was here working upon the Ego of the former
    • Elijah — now the Ego of John the Baptist — wakening it and
    • inspiration into the Ego of John the Baptist. That which manifested
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    • In the foregoing lectures we have tried to gain some idea of the
    • of this child the Ego once incarnated in the Being who had been the
    • twelfth year onwards, the Ego of Zarathustra was living in the body
    • the Ego of Zarathustra was living in that body. What does this mean?
    • It means that from the twelfth year onwards, this mature Ego was
    • possible only to an Ego of great maturity — an Ego that had
    • the Ego of Zarathustra passed into the body of the Nathan Jesus in
    • The Nathan Jesus, having within him the Zarathustra-Ego, lived on
    • Egohood, now took place again — but this time on an infinitely
    • Zarathustra-Ego had accomplished its work in the soul of the Nathan
    • possible degree and the mission of the Zarathustra-Ego was thus
    • came when his Ego left the body of the Nathan Jesus.
    • The Zarathustra-Ego had lived in the body of the Solomon Jesus until
    • Zarathustra-Ego had gone out of him, his development came to a
    • advanced Ego. Anyone observing the Solomon Jesus-child would have
    • moment the Zarathustra-Ego left him he came to a standstill and could
    • forces of the Zarathustra-Ego. In normal human existence, when the
    • translated into the spiritual world, and the Zarathustra-Ego; for
    • this Ego and etheric body had been united until the twelfth year of
    • earthly life. And when the Zarathustra-Ego left the body of Jesus of
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    • Christ-Ego.
    • having developed the Ego-consciousness of to-day, by far the greater
    • self-consciousness to the fullest extent and his Ego eventually gains
    • coming of Christ signifies. The self-conscious Ego will reconquer
    • first time by Buddha, so too the supremacy of the Ego-principle over
    • to-day there can be only faint echoes. Men began to develop the Ego
    • shown with what power the Ego worked upon those who were living at
    • that time, for the Ego was present here in its fulness in one human
    • order to show that with Christ there came into the world an Ego which
    • Christ-Ego, it will be possible for influences such as streamed into
    • humanity from Christ while He was on Earth, to stream from the Egos
    • quite clearly how the Christ-Ego worked upon all the other members of
    • influences proceeding from the Ego indicate the attainment of a lofty
    • towards your future! Your Ego, in the present stage of its
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    • Law given on Mount Sinai: the last prophetic Announcement of the Ego.
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies; the Ego had long since been
    • rôle. Until the coming of Christ Jesus the fully self-conscious Ego
    • evolution progressed the Ego would have fully emerged; but to the
    • Man would have become a self-conscious Ego, but an Ego that would have
    • led him more and more to egoism and to the disappearance and extinction
    • of love on the Earth. Men would have become ‘Egos’, but
    • utterly egotistical beings. That is the point of importance.
    • Ego; for this very reason, however, he was beyond the stage where it
    • Sinai, was able to take effect because the Ego had not fully emerged
    • full emergence of the Ego. Had the Ego emerged and nothing else
    • intervened, man would have heeded nothing except his own Ego.
    • Humanity was ready for the development of the Ego but it would have
    • been an empty Ego, concerned with itself alone and having no wish to
    • To give this Ego a
    • Earth. Without Him the Ego would have become an empty vessel; through
    • that the Godhead must penetrate into the Ego. Then you would not say:
    • a third type. We may therefore speak of three categories of men who
    • greatest perfection? How can I purify my Ego most completely? What
    • must I do to enable my Ego to fulfil its function in the world as
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    • their Ego, their self-consciousness, to maturity. Whereas revelations
    • etheric and physical bodies of men, the Ego was now to become fully
    • eventually to acquire. Only the one Ego
    • Zarathustra passed this Ego-Being alone could bring to fulfilment
    • namely, Ego-consciousness. He shows — it is only a matter of
    • spiritual world did not flow into the self-conscious Ego, for men
    • Ego. These forces could not operate until the time of Christ Jesus
    • because it was not until then that man became conscious of the Ego in
    • into his Ego and can be ennobled through the Christ-principle. That
    • in the development of the Ego. Humanity has not been the same since
    • which enables a man who has made himself ready for it in his Ego, to
    • the Ego itself must develop, that it must now be directly inspired,
    • that the Divine Powers must work directly into the Ego.
    • the Ego, which is to be developed by men themselves in the course of
    • over to them. This Ego is to be recognized in its highest form in
    • understand that the Ego, the ‘Son of Man’, was to be given
    • self-consciousness, as long as out of his own Ego he cannot fully
    • understand must now do so through the powerful influence of the Ego
    • began, the human Ego was connected physically with the blood. The
    • blood is the outer expression of the human Ego. Men would have made
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    • category of knowledge which was the preserve of the highest grades in
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    • teachers propelled by cultural tendencies of an egoistic nature. From
    • reflected a one-sidedly egoistic, nationally egoistic, influence. It
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    • in part a very egoistic and shallow striving. But even such
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    • impose your ego on all and sundry. This the individual lion cannot
    • egos. In the spiritual world the lion-souls do precisely the same. To
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    • the leaden weight of egotism — and egotism is always a
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    • notebooks. The work is a long epic describing the allegorical journey
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    • ego-consciousness; their perceptions cannot be imbued with
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    • member of the human organization is the Ego itself. We perceive the
    • Ego only when the emptied consciousness is progressively
    • body and Ego which are in the spiritual world, but we cannot perceive
    • with the astral body and Ego if we possess only normal consciousness.
    • Ego, unlike the physical body, are not endowed with eyes and
    • astral body and the Ego should always remain without organs, without
    • in the astral body and Ego and thus to see into the spiritual world
    • behind in the bed whilst the astral body and Ego slip out of the
    • the day. The astral body and the Ego have shared in all this. When
    • Ego-organization. The after-vibrations and reminiscences from
    • the physical and etheric bodies have ceased. It is only in his Ego
    • asleep. Dreamless sleep means that we live in the Ego and astral body
    • living in his astral body and Ego, but without organs of perception.
    • Ego-organization. Then man begins to behold the spiritual plenitude
    • times the astral body and Ego, even in waking consciousness, were
    • Ego enjoyed a relatively high degree of independence. Certain
    • could attain to independence in his astral body and Ego easily or
    • so fashion his astral body and Ego-organization that he is able to
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    • Ego, are then transmitted to the astral body which executes its
    • movements exactly as the Ego determines. Next they work into the
    • types of people the Ego is suppressed and their astral, etheric and
    • their Ego is suppressed such mediums take up into themselves these
    • Ego-consciousness, but under the influence of the elementary
    • psychics, who, in a state of diminished consciousness, when the Ego
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    • Ego-activity in particular, no longer serve as a basis for this
    • Ego-activity.
    • “I” to ourselves, when we are fully Ego-conscious,
    • human Ego, certain entities of the class I have just described feel
    • Ego is absent, they feel an overwhelming desire to establish
    • Instead of being the bearer of the human Ego, such a medium is,
    • 20 grammes for they alone can harbour our Ego.
    • weight remains. They also harbour the Ego. Thus the Ego is diffused
    • weight in the literal sense. For there and nowhere else our Ego may
    • grammes brain, no longer contains the Ego. The Ego is expelled from
    • for it is only there that our Ego can enter.
    • our Ego is insulated and we manifest mediumistic powers, an
    • into the parts vacated by the Ego where the external sense-perception
    • the Ego has been taken over by the elementary being. All the subtle,
    • permeated by the Ego — shadows that are normally tenanted by
    • the Ego — now becomes active within him.
    • areas which are not subject to gravity and where normally the Ego
    • consciousness of man, i.e. his full Ego-consciousness, is suppressed,
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    • behind, whilst his astral body and Ego are outside his body. In the
    • dream state experience is solely the province of the Ego. The
    • but in terms of ordinary consciousness only the Ego can experience
    • Initiate, however, experiences with his Ego and especially with
    • the ordinary dreamer is that the latter only experiences with his Ego
    • “wings” of the astral body and Ego, a dangerous situation
    • dream life is in contact with the Ego only, but here we have an
    • I would reply: the modern scientist can only appeal to the Ego and begins
    • to dream the moment he surrenders his Ego, whilst I was able to take over
    • somnambulism and mediumism. The dreamer lives wholly in his Ego and
    • Ego and astral body outside his physical and etheric bodies. He is
    • a mediumistic or somnambulistic condition when his Ego and
    • case, as I have pointed out, his Ego and astral body are possessed by
    • the medium or somnambulist with his physical being, but the Ego
    • and astral body are outside the physical and etheric bodies. The Ego
    • fashion of automata and we can work upon them because his own Ego and
    • body and Ego are outside the physical and etheric bodies and we are
    • happening in the person who is ill, because his Ego and astral body
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    • astral body and Ego, we find that between falling asleep and waking
    • he carefully preserves in the astral body and Ego the Sun
    • over into the condition of sleep the Sun begins to shine in our Ego
    • the Ego and astral body of man follow the same pattern. In the waking
    • therefore, when man's astral body and Ego are outside his physical
    • phenomenon of sleep. The Sun shines from the human Ego and astral
    • sleep we see the workings of the Sun proceeding from the Ego and
    • the Moon. For, although the astral body and Ego are outside, they
    • into our physical and etheric bodies, and the Ego and astral
    • and Ego; during waking life, the Moon. In waking life the Sun
    • active within his Ego and astral body during his nocturnal waking
    • becomes aware that the accumulated Moon forces are present in his Ego
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    • Ego.
    • consciousness) — belong to the Ego as it is today. And this Ego
    • the astral body and Ego, is subject to the forces of decay and
    • the physical and etheric and the death of the astral and Ego. We
    • that, as his body declines, there is a burgeoning of the Ego and the
    • we perceive the gradual burgeoning of the astral and Ego within the
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    • impose your ego on all and sundry. This the individual lion cannot
    • egos. In the spiritual world the lion-souls do precisely the same. To
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    • the leaden weight of egotism — and egotism is always a
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    • notebooks. The work is a long epic describing the allegorical journey
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    • ego-consciousness; their perceptions cannot be imbued with
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    • member of the human organization is the Ego itself. We perceive the
    • Ego only when the emptied consciousness is progressively
    • body and Ego which are in the spiritual world, but we cannot perceive
    • with the astral body and Ego if we possess only normal consciousness.
    • Ego, unlike the physical body, are not endowed with eyes and
    • astral body and the Ego should always remain without organs, without
    • in the astral body and Ego and thus to see into the spiritual world
    • behind in the bed whilst the astral body and Ego slip out of the
    • the day. The astral body and the Ego have shared in all this. When
    • Ego-organization. The after-vibrations and reminiscences from
    • the physical and etheric bodies have ceased. It is only in his Ego
    • asleep. Dreamless sleep means that we live in the Ego and astral body
    • living in his astral body and Ego, but without organs of perception.
    • Ego-organization. Then man begins to behold the spiritual plenitude
    • times the astral body and Ego, even in waking consciousness, were
    • Ego enjoyed a relatively high degree of independence. Certain
    • could attain to independence in his astral body and Ego easily or
    • so fashion his astral body and Ego-organization that he is able to
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    • Ego, are then transmitted to the astral body which executes its
    • movements exactly as the Ego determines. Next they work into the
    • types of people the Ego is suppressed and their astral, etheric and
    • their Ego is suppressed such mediums take up into themselves these
    • Ego-consciousness, but under the influence of the elementary
    • psychics, who, in a state of diminished consciousness, when the Ego
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    • Ego-activity in particular, no longer serve as a basis for this
    • Ego-activity.
    • “I” to ourselves, when we are fully Ego-conscious,
    • human Ego, certain entities of the class I have just described feel
    • Ego is absent, they feel an overwhelming desire to establish
    • Instead of being the bearer of the human Ego, such a medium is,
    • 20 grammes for they alone can harbour our Ego.
    • weight remains. They also harbour the Ego. Thus the Ego is diffused
    • weight in the literal sense. For there and nowhere else our Ego may
    • grammes brain, no longer contains the Ego. The Ego is expelled from
    • for it is only there that our Ego can enter.
    • our Ego is insulated and we manifest mediumistic powers, an
    • into the parts vacated by the Ego where the external sense-perception
    • the Ego has been taken over by the elementary being. All the subtle,
    • permeated by the Ego — shadows that are normally tenanted by
    • the Ego — now becomes active within him.
    • areas which are not subject to gravity and where normally the Ego
    • consciousness of man, i.e. his full Ego-consciousness, is suppressed,
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    • behind, whilst his astral body and Ego are outside his body. In the
    • dream state experience is solely the province of the Ego. The
    • but in terms of ordinary consciousness only the Ego can experience
    • Initiate, however, experiences with his Ego and especially with
    • the ordinary dreamer is that the latter only experiences with his Ego
    • “wings” of the astral body and Ego, a dangerous situation
    • dream life is in contact with the Ego only, but here we have an
    • I would reply: the modern scientist can only appeal to the Ego and begins
    • to dream the moment he surrenders his Ego, whilst I was able to take over
    • somnambulism and mediumism. The dreamer lives wholly in his Ego and
    • Ego and astral body outside his physical and etheric bodies. He is
    • a mediumistic or somnambulistic condition when his Ego and
    • case, as I have pointed out, his Ego and astral body are possessed by
    • the medium or somnambulist with his physical being, but the Ego
    • and astral body are outside the physical and etheric bodies. The Ego
    • fashion of automata and we can work upon them because his own Ego and
    • body and Ego are outside the physical and etheric bodies and we are
    • happening in the person who is ill, because his Ego and astral body
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    • astral body and Ego, we find that between falling asleep and waking
    • he carefully preserves in the astral body and Ego the Sun
    • over into the condition of sleep the Sun begins to shine in our Ego
    • the Ego and astral body of man follow the same pattern. In the waking
    • therefore, when man's astral body and Ego are outside his physical
    • phenomenon of sleep. The Sun shines from the human Ego and astral
    • sleep we see the workings of the Sun proceeding from the Ego and
    • the Moon. For, although the astral body and Ego are outside, they
    • into our physical and etheric bodies, and the Ego and astral
    • and Ego; during waking life, the Moon. In waking life the Sun
    • active within his Ego and astral body during his nocturnal waking
    • becomes aware that the accumulated Moon forces are present in his Ego
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    • Ego.
    • consciousness) — belong to the Ego as it is today. And this Ego
    • the astral body and Ego, is subject to the forces of decay and
    • the physical and etheric and the death of the astral and Ego. We
    • that, as his body declines, there is a burgeoning of the Ego and the
    • we perceive the gradual burgeoning of the astral and Ego within the
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    • doubt know, namely, that whilst we are asleep our ego and
    • on us in the natural order of things, our ego and astral body
    • our ego and astral body are right inside all the rattling,
    • notice on waking up that when the ego returns with the astral
    • train have done to your ego and astral body, and bring that
    • kind of experience the ego and the astral body have of the
    • body with this in his ego and his astral body. For he is
    • those times people's souls, their egos and astral bodies,
    • conception of the ego in the whole evolutionary system of
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    • etheric body, astral body, ego, and so on, are not mere
    • takes place. In our ego we can only contain the thought of
    • takes place is so infinitely wise that human ego cleverness
    • result of our being left to ourselves with our ego. But the
    • moment the ego sends the impulses of its concept into the
    • body, nothing of the ego. In the same way, where sculpture is
    • body and nothing of the ego except in so far as they send
    • it contained also the ego and the astral body. So if we seek
    • take the fourth member of the human being, the ego, and push
    • art does not contain what works in the ego as something which
    • something that has moved from the ego down one step towards
    • ego descends into the astral body: then music is born.
    • Ego
    • contains the laws of our ego, though not as they are
    • the subconscious, into the astral body; the ego dives, as it
    • ego, if we dive down, like a swimmer into the water, into our
    • ego, taking with us what as yet can only be dimly felt of the
    • Ego
    • Ego
    • consists of physical body, etheric body, astral body, ego,
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    • the life of his etheric body, his astral body and his ego: he
    • astral body, the ego, and all the higher members of our
    • the etheric body; in painting we abandon the ego and live as
    • the ego in the astral body. To submerge the ego in the astral
    • being abandons his ego, he pushes it back; but at the same
    • their ego beings completely and only to express the laws of
    • within the etheric and physical bodies alone, without the ego
    • awakes and submerges his ego and his astral body into his
    • what is present in his ego. Even the processes in the astral
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    • egoistic forces within you.
    • your egoism, become macrocosmic, as it were, and develop
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    • egoistic bodies right in the middle of the play, and to
    • teacher is egoistic and only tries to make the child an
    • teacher can only rid himself of his egoism in teaching, if he
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    • and that the ego was only added to these during the Earth
    • categorical imperative, actually signify within the whole
    • an ego, just as in the Moon period our physical, etheric and
    • astral body were predestined to receive an ego. They have the
    • basis for receiving an ego, and beings of this kind are
    • not have the basis for developing an ego. They are born
    • ego has entered and made itself felt, but they prey on him
    • the idea of karma seriously, we must really recognise our ego
    • difficult really to acquire the attitude that one's own ego
    • ego we bring ourselves our destiny, and we get the impulses
    • grasped between our ego and our destiny, and it carries us
    • with the resurrected ego outside you.
    • egoists, and that the suspicion that everyone wants to be
    • nasty to them arises most often in egoistic natures, whereas
    • and the ego, which was truly not meant to express a superiority;
    • ego activity which is there among the European peoples ought
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    • difficult than symbolic or allegorical interpretation. For it
    • day man lives with his ego and his astral body within his
    • you know no more about how the ego and astral body stream
    • and etheric body with his ego and astral body. In ordinary
    • pervades the ego and the astral body like a mist, the life of
    • ego-astral nature of man with the blood and nerve channels of
    • egoism. Then, of course, the cultivation of spiritual science
    • egoism than you ever find in the outside world.
    • an overcoming of egoism, just a heightened form of it. You
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    • was living. When you freeze today, it's your ego that freezes; when
    • you sweat today, it's your ego that sweats, that becomes thoroughly
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 1: The Mission of Spiritual Science
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    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • categorical imperatives significant phrase. But he goes on to say that man
    • the senses. He feels that duty, the categorical imperative, conscience, speak
    • and the categorical imperative emanate is shut off from observation, although
    • categorical imperative.
    • the categorical imperative, but that no-one can penetrate with conscious
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    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • itself through all its sojourns on earth? It is the Ego, the ‘I’,
    • human Ego goes from life to life, and in so doing fulfils its
    • brought about? By the Ego working on the three lower members of the human
    • low level, whose Ego has done little, as yet, to cleanse his astral body and
    • so is still its slave. In a person who stands higher we find that his Ego has
    • this contrast we can gain a first impression of how the Ego works upon the
    • Ego has not yet worked from the part which the Ego has consciously
    • transformed. The transmuted part is called Spirit-Self, or Manas. The Ego may
    • body. Finally, when the Ego acquires such strength that it is able to extend
    • been speaking of conscious work by the Ego. In the far-distant past, long
    • before the Ego was capable of this conscious work, it worked unconsciously
    • So it was that the Ego, working from the inner being of man, created the
    • Ego created unconsciously the Mind-Soul or Intellectual Soul. Again,
    • working unconsciously on the physical body, the Ego created the inner
    • Mind-Soul, Consciousness Soul — within which the Ego is actively
    • principle is brought into being by the work of the Ego on the etheric body:
    • principle is brought into being when the Ego has created in the physical body
    • the Consciousness Soul, because the Ego is then able to transform its inner
    • So does the Ego
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    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • man's being. Man is most spiritual in his Ego, and that was our
    • The Ego
    • plants; his astral body in common with animals. Through his Ego he first
    • is the Ego that works upon the other members of his being; it cleanses and
    • But if we look at the Ego, we find that this high member of man's being is
    • Through his Ego,
    • a misconceived activity of his Ego. He would lose himself in the world and go
    • he may lose himself if he fails to strengthen and enrich his Ego, so, if he
    • thinks of nothing but developing his Ego, he may fall into the other extreme
    • find egoism, with its hardening and secluding influence, which can divert the
    • Ego from its proper path. The Ego is confined within these two
    • rightly, with perfect tranquility, out of his Ego, in the sense described
    • cold egoist.
    • his anger will dampen the egoistic forces in his soul; it reduces their
    • of his Ego continually strengthened. The scene of this interplay between
    • anger and the Ego is the Sentient Soul. A different interplay between the
    • and an ascent to higher stages of the Ego comes within reach. The outstanding
    • element that the soul may love within itself, leading not to egoism but to
    • within himself and yet — while living in his Ego — he can acquire
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    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • Intellectual Soul that we find emerging by degrees the human Ego, that
    • This Ego, as we
    • strengthen its independence — that is one aspect of Ego
    • of this is egoism. A self that is too weak will lose itself in the flood of
    • and his brooding, all within himself, his Ego will be hardened and given over
    • to self-seeking and egoism.
    • out of ourselves and enlarges the Ego, while at the same time it strengthens
    • the Ego and makes it more selfless.
    • however, the soul must allow itself to be educated by the Ego, the source of
    • self-consciousness. We have seen how the Ego gains increasing independence
    • self-education of the Ego comes to an end; its education through reverence
    • permeate the Ego; reverence is to flow from the Ego towards the object of
    • cultivating a sense of truth, the Ego is drawn gradually into the
    • longs to unite itself. But the Ego has two sides. It is impelled by necessity
    • egoism. If the Ego seeks to go further and gain knowledge of the unknown and
    • attitude gains increasingly the upper hand, the result may be that the Ego
    • distinct from bodily fainting. In bodily fainting the Ego sinks into
    • undefined darkness; in fainting by the soul, the Ego loses itself spiritually
    • impaired. This can happen if the Ego is not strong enough to extend itself
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    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • them together? It is what we call the Ego in its true sense, the bearer of
    • harmony or disharmony which the Ego calls forth by playing on the three
    • The Ego is
    • the Ego on the three soul-members sets its stamp on man's entire personality
    • and Consciousness Soul, withdraw, as does the Ego. During sleep the astral
    • body and Ego are in a spiritual world. Why does a man return every night to
    • astral body and the Ego are in spiritual worlds? Is there not a contradiction
    • the Ego and astral body must come back into the etheric and physical bodies
    • of man, his Ego and astral body, his Consciousness Soul, Intellectual Soul
    • being certain finer fruits of foregoing lives.
    • born, his Ego and astral body, including his Sentient Soul, Intellectual Soul
    • characteristics and motives for action, brought by his Ego from a previous
    • life. While the Ego thus impresses itself from within on its vehicles of
    • Ego works on the organs of the soul, the Sentient Soul, Intellectual Soul and
    • itself. But the Ego does not stand apart from the urges, desires and passions
    • is impressed by his Ego on his exterior being in his next earthly life. Human
    • Ego, sends out its influence and gives a common stamp and character to every
    • human nature at the moment when the human Ego, the centre which holds the
    • pressure of the snakes has driven the human Ego out of Laocoon's body, and
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    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • of earthly creation: the ego. These last two parts split off during sleep
    • what we have as pleasure and pain, or as the ego's power of judgment, cannot
    • ego as a mere picture; in any case it is undeniable that the ego and the
    • ego, within which we live through what we call soul-experience, sink
    • come to be the expression of your purified ego.” Thus we supplement our
    • and the two categories will be confused only be someone who has lost touch
    • encounter as long as he leaves his soul as it is. Because his ego keeps to
    • strongly in his own self and becoming an egoist in the worst sense, for it
    • any further. This egoism, which can degenerate into unrestrained ambition and
    • deception, error, vanity and egotism. In our time, especially, it would be a
    • sides of egoism will emerge when we come to consider its nature. Today I have
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    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • Human Egoism
    • central aim: “The abolition of egoism”. All its members had to
    • pledge themselves to cultivate selflessness and freedom from egoism in any
    • cherish the slightest egoistic wish or give utterance to any kind of selfish
    • Chairman, I would be advancing an egoistic wish, and that would never
    • there is something I would like. Naturally, it is something quite egoistic,
    • only to indicate how “egoism” is one of those words which most
    • take this catch-word, egoism, and its opposite, altruism or
    • penetrate a little way into the nature of egoism. When we examine these
    • sense, egoism is the characteristic which impels a man to give first place to
    • the word egoism, and fail to enter into the thing itself. Suppose that
    • could well be that he is a benefactor only out of egoism, perhaps out of
    • quite petty forms of egoism, perhaps out of vanity and the like. On the other
    • hand, if a man is dubbed an egoist without more ado, this is by no means the
    • egoist”. This may sound like a mere play on words, but is more
    • the word, egoism, and say: When the rose strives quite egoistically to be as
    • individual men, in the individual human Ego, as beautiful, true and perfect
    • egoism” may do so. Then one could say: The human ego is there to
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    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • stands here before us as a separate human Ego, a definite personality; how he
    • no right to speak in any true sense of a coherent Ego which passes on from
    • complete Ego; and this Ego endures. It carries over into the next earth-life
    • the inner force of his Ego, will be able to find a substitute for the old
    • Ego and can be achieved through their own self-consciousness.
    • and unfold the forces which dwell in his Ego, will come to know the
    • significance, because the Ego is to have the strength to find within itself
    • shall be filled.” Within the Ego itself will be found a source of
    • Christ Jesus points the way to the human Ego, to the divine element in man.
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    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • the Sentient Soul. In this soul the ego, though dimly and scarcely aware of
    • comes to it from the outer world through the sentient body. The ego is
    • itself. Then the ego develops further and the soul advances to the stage of
    • the Intellectual Soul or Mind Soul. And when the ego has carried still
    • The ego
    • physical and etheric bodies behind in bed, he goes out from them with his ego
    • sun recalls into the physical body the astral body and ego, together with the
    • soul and the ego are outside the physical and etheric bodies. And so, for a
    • body and ego out of the physical and etheric bodies. At death also it leaves
    • consider human evolution, we see that the work of the ego on the Sentient
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    • the fourth member of the human being we called the bearer of the ego. We
    • consists of the ego working on the transformation of the other three members
    • of his being. We also pointed out that at a future time the ego will have
    • our participation, that is, without any contribution by our ego. But now the
    • ego has become active and it works in such a manner that it purifies and
    • body. If the ego has worked only a small amount on the astral body, the human
    • has become transformed from a product in which the ego takes no part into a
    • product of the ego. If the ego fulfils this work consciously, of which today
    • astral body which has been consciously transformed by the ego the
    • “Manas”. When the ego works not only on the astral body, but in a
    • ether body transformed by the ego the “life-spirit”, or, with a
    • term from Oriental philosophy, “Budhi”. And when finally the ego
    • body, an ether body, an astral body and an ego. And similarly to the three
    • work of our ego. We can therefore speak of the seven-membered human being by
    • adding to the physical body, ether body, astral body and ego the spirit-self,
    • ego on the physical, ether and astral bodies only in the far distant future;
    • but in the subconscious, that is, without full consciousness, the ego is
    • about because of this work by the ego. From the astral body it fashioned the
    • as gratification and desire belong together. In a similar way the ego was
    • transformation of the ether body by the ego. And finally, the ego has been
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    • three external sheaths and within them lives the ego which makes him the
    • crown of creation. The ego works in the soul-life on its three components,
    • basis of the ego's activities within the human soul? Let us look at
    • ego, this deepest centre of man's spiritual life, encounters some
    • object or being in the outer world. The ego does not remain indifferent
    • displeases it. The ego may exult at some occurrence or it may fall into
    • embrace the source of the event. And the ego can also have the experience of
    • of the ego's activities between waking and falling asleep we can see
    • between our ego and the rest of the world. The experiences that come to us
    • soul-life, work on the three constituents of the soul where the ego dwells
    • several examples of how the relation established by the ego between itself
    • something frightening approaches? This means that the bond formed by the ego
    • examples of a definite influence on the blood caused by the ego's
    • ego expresses itself in the astral, etheric and physical bodies.
    • ego for harmony, or for a definite relationship between itself and its
    • we have established a right relationship between the ego and the object or
    • being. Even if we have good reason for feeling fear of a being, our ego may
    • The ego feels
    • them, and can feel itself rightly related to them. Or it may be that the ego
    • however, that the ego fails to establish this harmony and so falls short of
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    • is achieved when the ego assimilates external impressions and quietly allows
    • intellectual soul. When the ego then works further on what it has gained on
    • where for the first time a clear knowledge of the ego is possible, and where
    • find out how the ego works on the three soul members.
    • being's ego, with his interests and his entire inner life, always
    • feelings and the rich variety of thoughts, to a simplification; for the ego,
    • and multiple strives towards the unity prescribed by the ego. In all mystics,
    • following the path which leads into his inner being where the ego gives him
    • monads. Mysticism leads to unity because the ego works in our inner being as
    • divine ground of the world as a unity derives from the nature of the ego, the
    • The ego sets its
    • unity derives from his own ego, but he may truly say that he experiences the
    • ego, and contrast it with the green chlorophyll sap permeating the plant, we
    • that through his ego he overcomes error, evil and ugliness, everything which
    • objective being that it is akin to the centre of the human being, the ego.
    • egotism. This often applies to mystics who turn away from the outer world and
    • egotism can be overcome if the ego is constrained to pass outside itself and
    • strips away egotism. The danger incurred by a mystic who strives after
    • a refined egoist.
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    • marked especially by the emergence of egotistic spiritual trends which have
    • prayer has been dragged down to the level of egotistic wishes and desires.
    • when it is permeated by some form of egotism. In this lecture we shall try to
    • are led to look beyond our limited ego towards a divine-spiritual ego. That
    • unused, which it had not penetrated with its ego, might now become a present
    • to grasp it with my ego? When the soul is brought to this frame of mind,
    • restricted ego, which has worked its way from the past into the present, and
    • much more can flow from the future into our ego than our ego has grasped so
    • of a power that seeks to transcend what our ego is at the moment? And if the
    • ego is seized by this striving, it already has the power to develop itself.
    • development of our ego.
    • fruition in our ego, we have now pervaded our feelings with it, so that it
    • prevented the more powerful element in us, the ego conscious of itself, from
    • conflict between our higher and our lower ego. Then our feelings surge up and
    • of prayer came to be permeated by egotism, an egotism which impels the soul
    • nothing else but my own perfection. We can hear an echo of this egotistic
    • Ages, however, something has come to the fore, a kind of egotism, which can
    • of itself, turns away from the narrow, selfish ego, and the storms of passion
    • are stilled. That is why it is so bad to allow egotism to find its way into
    • to keep him in our own souls, we show that an unhealthy egotism has crept
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    • creation; the bearer of the ego, his self-consciousness. When we consider
    • of the ego, are situated between these two extremes. The physical body is
    • sense the ego acts from the inside to the outside, whilst the ether body
    • acts from the outside inwards to the astral body; for by means of the ego and
    • knowledge because the animal does not have an individual ego. The animal
    • pain beyond himself into discovery of the world because the ego leads him out
    • body, whereas the ego leads into the outside world, into the physical world
    • the ego enter an unconscious, or perhaps better said, subconscious state.
    • physical body, ether body, astral body and ego are interwoven, are
    • remain in bed and that the astral body and the ego return to their proper
    • astral body are inner experiences under normal circumstances and what the ego
    • internalised through the ego. This demonstrates that we can speak of an
    • consisting of a physical and ether body, the latter of ego and astral
    • ego to the spiritual world every night? Is there any reason for the human
    • astral body and the ego and the “outer human being”. We described
    • darkness? The reason is that the astral body and the ego, although they are
    • life the astral body and the ego under normal circumstances are dependent on
    • being, between the ego and the astral body on the one hand and the physical
    • the forces of the astral body and the ego. For under no circumstances could
    • from the astral body and the ego in the same way as the image which we see in
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    • desire, that arises within them. In men of this type the ego, the
    • every inner demand. The ego can scarcely raise itself out of this surge of
    • ego works from a strong central point.
    • always been there but can be effective only when the ego begins to control
    • the highest member of the soul, the consciousness soul, where the ego comes
    • by the ego, so that it reflects the outer world and gains knowledge of it.
    • ego-centre remains in relative obscurity and he may be hardly aware of it. At
    • When he is alone, he follows his own impulses; even a weak ego will look for
    • themselves, so that their individual soul life and ego-sense may be
    • concerned with the ego, but that which delights or repels us is; for how we
    • respond to Nature depends on the character of our ego.
    • existence with his usual egotism, is at first very positive: he hardens
    • becomes very negative, because he goes out from his ego and participates in
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    • turn, encloses the bearer of the ego. But we made still more subtle
    • human ego. We have often mentioned here how even in its definition the ego is
    • difference between the experience of the ego and all other experience. Such
    • “therefore the ego can never become object, therefore the ego can never
    • attempt were made to grasp it, the ego would have to be present externally
    • when the dogma that the ego can never be grasped in itself is backed by such
    • comparison is not valid. For it is based on the assumption that the ego
    • be possible to say only: the ego must not be compared with the person running
    • a snake; then perhaps the feet could be held with the hands. Thus the ego is
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    • above all to the human ego not the transient personal ego but the eternal
    • ego was the experience of conscience,
    • strongest emphasis on the power and significance of the human ego, it is
    • characteristic of him that he ranked conscience as the ego's most
    • how the ego is the unifying point which holds the three members together,
    • activity of the ego developed by gradual stages, and we shall understand how
    • achieves by training, a conscious seership of this kind, his ego is
    • sphere of soul-life the ego which had led him through his experiences of
    • the ego, to the ordinary life of the soul. The ego is alive in the most
    • sentient soul, we can say that his ego is hardly at all active; it is like a
    • little power against them. In the intellectual soul the ego gains some
    • himself and so to some awareness of his ego, for the intellectual soul can
    • soul. The ego becomes more and more radiant and at last achieves full clarity
    • degree of clarity can be activated by the ego only when it has reached the
    • being can further rise in his ego to clairvoyant consciousness beyond the
    • should say to us: just as the ego rises in this way to higher states of soul,
    • understandable that as spiritual science indicates — the ego, before
    • still in the etheric and physical bodies. In those times the ego still guided
    • of his own being within himself. What are we to think of this ego which held
    • organisation? Are we to regard it as less perfect, compared with the ego we
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    • takes hold of himself as an ego. This ego-feeling, as we now have it after
    • spiritual senses were open and with his dreamy, ego-less clairvoyance he
    • ego, within the narrow boundaries of his soul, separated from his
    • human ego. Was it merely the personal and tribal emotions of Trojans and
    • strong ego-feeling came to the fore while other soul-powers and faculties
    • were still relatively undeveloped. This ego-feeling emerged in the most
    • remained for a long time without an ego-feeling, in these regions of Europe
    • there were people in whom the ego-feeling was particularly strong because
    • world withdraws externally from man does his inward ego-feeling light
    • firmly-grounded ego, produced a kind of excess of strength, an enthusiasm
    • on the human ego and the inward isolation of the human soul, had a
    • to portray man as acting from out of his ego and beginning to release his
    • emphasis on the personal ego, gave rise to drama, wherein the man of action
    • after this no longer has right on his side. The human ego begins to stir in
    • awakening ego-feeling from the West mingles in the soul of Aeschylus with
    • ego. This emergence took a particular form in regions where the Orphic
    • truths and finding its way to the human ego. Inasmuch as man, after living
    • from ancient times by art was applied to the human personality, to the ego
    • so impressively to the region which the human ego can reach when, by its own
    • consciousness soul which tend to hold the ego back from higher stages of
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    • heart is a sign that the ego-organisation is not functioning rightly. You
    • ego-organisation.
    • ego-organisation is active in the blood; actually, it
    • ego-organisation, and moves throughout the body. If anyone asserts
    • motion; thus it is that the ego-organisation works directly in the
    • actually the case that this ego-organisation is in a mysterious way present
    • man has some disease of the heart, and his ego-organisation is made
    • a man faints, then his astral body, and more especially his ego-organisation,
    • ego-organisation, he cannot bring it back again. One has to shake
    • the ego-organisation back into the body in the right way.
    • ego-organisation. Why do people have gout or rheumatism? Because the
    • ego-organisation is too weak and cannot bring the blood into the
    • rheumatism — the ego-organisation is too weak.
    • this man the right dose of bee or wasp poison, his ego-organisation is
    • ego-organisation might not be able to hold its own. But if one gives
    • just enough to strengthen the ego one can then find a very good
    • strengthening of the ego-organisation, but in applying them it is
    • his meals, then the ego-organisation is over-stimulated, and the
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    • egoists.
    • through and through, because the spirit, not the single egoists,
    • and above the single egoists.
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    • writing egotistically; he has the forms of the letters in his
    • Another form of writing is the one that is not egotistical;
    • limbs, on the other hand, is the more selfish, the egotistic
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    • the second half, the “philosopher of the ego,” Max Stirner.
    • Stirner, the philosopher of the ego, proceeds from the opposite pole,
    • Stirner sees the world as populated solely by human egos, by human consciousnesses
    • any deed out of egoism, but rather that we should perform it because
    • I, who have built only upon the foundation of ego-consciousness, have
    • to admit that God is after all the greater egoist Who can demand of
    • not surrender my own egoism for the sake of a greater egoism. I will
    • I shall project my own ego out of myself and see what happens. We shall
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    • itself as the ego. And if one simply gives rein to this ego that comes
    • ego becomes antisocial. As we have seen,
    • attempts to replace Stirner's egoism with something truly social.
    • One must have the courage to pass through the instinctive ego Stirner
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    • one makes the physical body one's own through the activity of the ego
    • not take their egos with them; in a certain sense they lose their egos
    • upon entering this realm. And it is just this ego that is the ordering
    • faculty. It is the ego that is capable of bringing the same kind of
    • complete discretion, and the full force of the human ego. Then we do
    • one's ego in full consciousness and in strict inner discipline. The
    • is to keep him from losing the inner support and discipline of the ego
    • ego. As a result, he produced works such as
    • works. Nietzsche strives to bring his ego into this realm, but it tears
    • — if humanity as a whole is not to lose its ego and civilization
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    • accompaniment of the ego, if he does not suffuse the conditions he
    • in Inspiration with full self-consciousness. If one brings the ego into
    • thread of the ego, which otherwise runs through our lives, has been
    • on this: memory is intimately connected with the ego. Thus in pursuing
    • world of Inspiration under the full influence of ego-consciousness,
    • of a more encompassing ego. Now the ego is recognized to be more
    • of the ego between birth and death, the content of the ego cracks the
    • we find an extensive symbolism, an allegorization of the natural world.
    • It is this symbolism, this allegorization, this thinking about external
    • body in such a way that the ego remains outside. One may not take the
    • ego out into the world of Imagination in the way that one must carry
    • the ego out into the world of Inspiration. Although one worked toward
    • And how is it that we avoid bringing the ego down into the physical
    • freedom from egotism not only regarding the realm of humanity but also
    • of what is outside. We experience what lies outside with our ego and
    • then, without restraining our ego, bear it down into the body, giving
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    • lives freely with his ego in this soul-spirit, which now places itself
    • another's ego. At first glance these three things — perception of
    • language, perception of thoughts, and perception of the ego — appear
    • which we can call the sense for the perception of another person's ego.
    • we know ourselves to be ego-bearers, we conclude through a kind of unconscious
    • inference: aha, he bears an ego within as well. This directly contradicts
    • awareness of another's ego. I think that a friend or associate of Husserl's
    • to hit upon this direct perception of the ego. Thus we must differentiate
    • thoughts, and the sense that perceives another's ego. These senses arise
    • the ego of another in such a way as to perceive it sympathetically.
    • we approach not the ego of the other person but the egos of individual
    • to this. He had no need to fear, as the Westerner might, that his ego
    • his ego, precautionary measures were taken. Care was taken to ensure
    • egotistically, and not lovingly, into the physical body, for this is
    • language and thought to the ego of one's fellow man. If one then quits
    • too deeply into it he experiences his body so egotistically that he
    • in emerging from the body we carry the ego with us into the realm of
    • Inspiration, we now leave the ego outside when we delve again into the
    • this inner experience: my ego is totally suffused with all the clear
    • the pure thinking in which the ego can live and maintain a firm footing.
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    • thought, and perception of the ego. And I showed how it was initially
    • their ego-consciousness was much less developed than in later epochs
    • Speech, thought, and the perception of the ego. He experiences these
    • of the ego initially tend to lead us away from the spiritual world into
    • the perception of the ego. The Eastern sage took upon himself not to
    • himself as a true ego. Now we are cut off from the spirituality of the
    • and perceiving the egos of others — and rightly so, for if it
    • to live there; he halts at the perception of the ego in order to live
    • thoughts, and perception of the ego. The Oriental comes to a halt at
    • gratifies a refined, inward-looking egotism of soul. As I say, much
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    • — of the ego, astral body, and etheric body.
    • of the ego, astral body, and etheric body. At this point let
    • and the ego; it continues its work, forming the human head.
    • The ego conveys its imprint onto the human head, and the
    • form of the human head is an imprint of the ego. The ego
    • the etheric body, astral body, and ego. Regarding these
    • the widest sense is mainly an imprint of the ego and astral
    • body. Just as the head is an imprint of the ego, astral body,
    • the ego and astral body. It has something primarily active in
    • etheric bodies, and only the ego and astral body provide the
    • circulation — are in essence an imprint of the ego and a
    • what is related to the ego and astral body, and we find that
    • body, and ego. The human head, regarded as a process, is
    • there is an imprint of the ego, astral body, and etheric
    • ego and astral body. And the metabolic-limb man is entirely
    • imprint only of the ego. The chest man and the metabolic-limb
    • has to come to the help of the ego, where it has to support
    • the action of the independent ego that has only its imprint
    • action of the ego on the metabolic-limb man. It works less
    • interweave themselves with the imprints of the ego and
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    • astral, and ego imprints. These are present as imprints, as
    • you did not understand when I said yesterday, “The ego
    • ordinary sense. Certainly the imprint created by the ego when
    • cast. The imprint created by the ego is a very mobile one.
    • still. The imprint created by the ego is an imprint in a
    • erect. The physical imprint of the ego is in all this. You
    • therefore should not look for the ego's imprint in something
    • the ego imprints itself in the warmth conditions of the head.
    • This imprint of the ego is also an imprint in a system of
    • Thus the ego creates its imprints in the most varied ways.
    • relation to the metabolic-limb man, the ego creates an
    • necessary concomitant of human ego-experience. If this
    • this purely physical process in the human being, the ego is
    • himself and he could not be an ego without them. The human
    • immortal if he were to renounce his ego-consciousness. I may
    • ones. It must be added, however, that the ego opposes for as
    • process, what permeates him as physical process. The ego is
    • The ego works against this as long as this physical process
    • ego, the ego must separate from the physical body. Then, of
    • can say that the human ego is intimately related to
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    • we have seen — to the etheric, astral, and ego-being.
    • only to the astral and ego-being. In the chest organs the
    • everything coming from the astral and ego of the human being.
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    • — that is, a movement dependent on the ego — is
    • treat an astral body already permeated by the ego, whereas
    • the fact that the ego — which, in the sense explained
    • regarding his ego, waiting to unfold, is almost entirely
    • overlooked. The ego dwelling in the human organism really
    • inner aspects of the human being. During sleep the ego takes
    • for the etheric body. But this is not the case with the ego.
    • It is here, taking into account the ego especially in its
    • about by the ego. The ego alone is sufficiently powerful to
    • so they just circumvent them. It is the ego alone that really
    • being. But the ego overlaps the entire human organism and
    • the food substance and the ego begin to interact. Here the
    • between the ninth and tenth years, the ego that works from
    • out of the lower human being, the lower ego, must meet the
    • higher ego. In the child it is always the ego working from
    • of the ego. The ego is indeed ultimately a unity. But the
    • instruments of the ego, the polarity of the ego — that is
    • the meeting of the lower ego with the higher — only
    • Thus the ego must enter the human organization at this time
    • ego from below and from above.
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    • cooperation between ego, astral body, etheric body, and
    • human being. Of course, the astral body draws the ego in with
    • ego) on the one hand and the etheric and physical bodies on
    • the astral body and the ego have an inadequate tendency to
    • permeation of the food-substance by the forces of the ego
    • body and the ego must work into the physical and etheric
    • occur. Now imagine that the astral body and the ego are not
    • spiritual science, one finds that the ego actually plays a
    • the ego and astral body to the other organs, to their laying
    • ego, studied in its spiritual, psychical, organic, and
    • phosphorus. The ego creates the phosphorus-vehicle in such a
    • organism is an activity of the ego. Through the ego, this
    • exceeded, however — the ego can only carry phosphorus
    • other substances. The ego in essence hinders the chemical
    • This is one of the ego's tasks, to hinder the chemical
    • occur on a large scale if the ego did not succeed in
    • of the etheric body, astral body, and ego are first created.
    • of the ego is actually to be found in dynamic systems, the
    • The ego
    • the ego does not exhaust its phosphorizing activity in making
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    • investigate how the ego, astral body, and etheric body work
    • is developed in the astral-airy, and the main ego activity,
    • conditions connected with the ego itself. Spiritual activity
    • within the physical organism is a cooperation of the ego with
    • warmth can work into the physical. The ego must always go
    • appeal to the ego to make use of the warmth generated in an
    • strengthening of the ego activity. This activity of the ego
    • ego activity, but sense impressions from outside pass into
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    • strong stimulation of ego activity. I have said that you can
    • Europeans and Russians, in whom the ego activity is somewhat
    • ego develops an extraordinarily vigorous activity. Such
    • stronger. This is the slight influence of the ego acting
    • acting through the sugar content of the root, allow the ego
    • danger, however, of the ego going too far. If the ego
    • the ego than to the astral body. We have here an
    • intensification of the ego's activity. Because of this, we
    • of the head that takes place through the ego. We have to do
    • a predominance of the ego's influence.
    • strongly on the ego. The repulsive smell and bitter taste of
    • the root reveal at once that the ego here interacts strongly
    • works upon the ego activity: starches. Finally, we find
    • iris root. Through all this the ego is brought into an
    • especially lively activity. This lively activity of the ego
    • — this driving force of the ego — can be noticed
    • effect appears. These are outward expressions of ego
    • contain ethereal oils, which act essentially upon the ego;
    • activity of the ego to an extraordinary degree. It affects
    • and reaction — is embedded in the astrality and ego
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    • the formative process proceeding from the ego in the human
    • imprint, and an ego imprint. We said that the ego essentially
    • lead works especially strongly on this imprint of the ego and
    • excitation of these ego-imprinting forces in human nature.
    • form of the human being in so far as he is an ego. It
    • build up this ego-shaping force, one transfers the activity
    • of the ego into the physical organism and, while making the
    • undermine the forces proceeding from the ego and astral body
    • — especially those from the ego — when one causes
    • radiating from the ego. You see, in arriving at such a
    • especially on everything that organically concerns the ego;
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    • egotism but to sometimes get even more egotistical than
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    • relationship as that of our ego to the world, yet, again, not the
    • same; for we cannot say that when the light fills us we gain the ego.
    • Nevertheless, for us to gain this ego, light is essential, if we are
    • Our ego, that is, our spiritual entity, is connected with this
    • light and that which manifests itself as spirit in the ego, in the
    • that by means of the light the ego really experiences itself inwardly.
    • If we sum up all this, we cannot but say that the ego is spiritual and
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    • vitality of soul. We are therefore more attuned to the ego through
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    • conceives an inexact picture of the Ego — that there is some
    • external objective inclination which affects us, our Ego, it is
    • rubbish; the Ego itself is in the colour. The Ego and the human astral
    • effect of an objective on a subjective colour is nonsense; for the Ego,
    • Colour is the conveyer of the Ego and the astral body into the physical
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    • diagram. Imagine physical and etheric body, astral body and ego bound
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    • every time he sleeps, his ego and his astral body are outside his
    • our own astral bodies and our ego belong to the outer world. And here
    • up, his ego and his astral body are in a different condition. Then the
    • measured. As an ego and an astral body one could not use a measuring
    • He who now becomes conscious in the ego and the astral body, outside
    • begins, as is the case when you are out there with your ego and your
    • returns again to himself, his ego and his astral body keep as it were
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    • ego, though all the time having no other than egoistic ideas in view.
    • hotch-potch and this misty dreaming about the divine ego in man. Why
    • abstract-theosophical concepts, at the most it would be an allegory of
    • having to perfect his ego in the course of earth's evolution, has
    • risen from this flowing sea of colour to a pure Ego perception. Man
    • raises himself from this sea of colour with his ego; the animal-world
    • astral body (as we do with the ego) and there flows into this astral
    • for he would never have been able to perfect his ego if he had stayed
    • his earth-period, so that he could develop in his ego his own
    • essentials the expression of the ego, the expression of absolute
    • respectively, the ego during the earth-period. Man must find the means
    • ego gains for itself by working upon it. And in spiritualizing the
    • to develop the ego, just as when he rises out of the ocean, he sees
    • symbolism or allegory, what in our whole world outlook lives in us,
    • It has certainly killed much in many people; all the dead allegorizing
    • allegories, as long as we represent myths and sagas allegorically and
    • silly nonsense about the “higher Ego,” all the sentimental
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    • the soul occupies the physical body too markedly in an egoistical way,
    • our ego. For this we need light between us and other objects. We need
    • effect on us from the distance. Our ego-feeling lights up in us if we
    • light. And the limitation of ego-energy which is present in the blind,
    • feel the ego stimulated in a room by whiteness to its inner strength,
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    • can learn from man himself. Your ego and your astral body have not
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    • own feet, on the spearhead of his own ego, is wonderful
    • his clairvoyant dream and then out of his own ego, Homer has
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    • the age when the Ego is developing, when culture based on
    • culture arising from the Intellectual Soul and the Ego.
    • culture being the culture of the Ego.
    • Middle-European culture is the Ego culture, its relation to
    • the relation of the Ego to the Sentient Soul, the
    • must have a particular relationship to the Ego culture, to
    • culture, which works essentially out of the Ego, would have
    • it, in the way that happens with the Ego and the Sentient
    • the relationship of the Ego to the Sentient Soul in man. The
    • Ego, in which the impulses of its own inmost being are
    • impulses of the life of feeling and the Ego. Accordingly we
    • may expect that those who belong to the Ego culture of Middle
    • the life of the Sentient Soul in relation to the Ego.
    • further ecpected that the Ego-nature will produce forms of
    • Ego-nature, gnarled, knotty forms must be expected, forms
    • shaped by the characteristics of the Ego. Such forms are to
    • exchange between the Ego culture and the Sentient Soul
    • between the Ego and the Sentient Soul of man. In every detail
    • consider the relation between the Ego-nature in the soul and
    • shows itself inwardly in human nature between the Ego and the
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    • striving Ego in Middle-European humanity
    • The Ego is that
    • seething and a swirling in this Ego-element. Whatever foreign
    • the enclosed Ego of man himself.
    • — that the Ego could never have become conscious of
    • world. The Ego wakens into consciousness through being
    • kindled by the outer world; if this did not happen the Ego
    • frcm outside rather in the way the Ego is kindled each
    • Soul and Ego. And through this knowledge a lofty ideal can
    • out of the foregoing Staff of Mercury! whereas in the latter
    • Consciousness Soul; and what lives in the Ego, even though it
    • the Ego. But what comes from the Spirit Self is something
    • Soul, Consciousness Soul and Ego. This Spirit Self must
    • Consciousness Soul and Ego on the one side and the Spirit
    • — Can one speak there in the sense of the foregoing
    • the egoism of the State demands. And so quite correct
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    • This union came about because it was in Greece that the Ego
    • The Ego, when it is within the body, must grow strong if it
    • his Ego in the fourth Post-Atlantean period, expressed in the
    • into itself — the Ego bent round, in this case bearing
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    • given into their charge, when the Ego is still slumbering in
    • grows more individual, a strong sense of Ego, of
    • the old myths symbolically and allegorically, and imagine for
    • intellectual agility and giving symbolic or allegorical
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    • idea of the Ego, of Selfhood.
    • Nevertheless, Selfhood, Ego-hood, can be felt in form, and
    • Ego-hood, Selfhood, in the perfect circle. If you realise
    • senses the feeling of Ego-hood, Selfhood, arising in his
    • expresses the fact that the Self, the Ego has entered into
    • all impressions is that of the Self, the Ego, as expressed in
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    • different kinds of wood?’ There is no allegorical or
    • his astral body as he is in his ego he would have a deep
    • coloured creatures in the sand have of course no ego, but
    • does this below the threshold of his ego, but in a higher
    • ego consciousness stretches out beyond the sea of colour and
    • light and the very fact that he can do this gives him his ego
    • in effect, the human being with his ego rises above the sea
    • surrounded by green had no ego whereby he reaches beyond the
    • or feeling in man, because he reaches out with his ego beyond
    • age, his ego came to birth in the intellectual or mind-soul.
    • We are now living in an age when the ego rises into the
    • of the ego, of the ego consciousness, art proceeded from
    • not reached the stage of the full birth of the ego and
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    • some extent in the fact that the soul can unfold a higher ego
    • within. This, however, is really nothing but egotism. From
    • difficult for man because, since he has to develop his ego
    • from the ego. With his ego, man rises out of the sea of
    • them with the ego) and into the astral body flow the forces
    • been able to develop his ego if he had remained wholly
    • the world in his ego. So far as his form was concerned he had
    • essentially the expression of the ego, of absolute neutrality
    • the periods of Saturn, Sun and Moon; the ego has to develop
    • all that the ego has won for itself. And as he spiritualises
    • he arose in order that his ego might develop — just as
    • have already said, man has risen above it with his ego. If he
    • allegory, all that lives in our idea of the world — not
    • allegorising and symbolising that goes on, in the perpetual
    • world. So long as we have not ceased asking about allegorical
    • sagas allegorically and symbolically instead of feeling the
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    • egoists.
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    • writing egotistically; he has the forms of the letters in his
    • Another form of writing is the one that is not egotistical;
    • limbs, on the other hand, is the more selfish, the egotistic
    • wuohs in Buregonden
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    • the nominated sum would require individual negotiations. But
    • we had started by negotiating the amount in the first place.
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    • sent into different categories.
    • all if you spare us any categories. We need to hear how each
    • greatly prefer to read them. As regards categories, an editor
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    • negotiating with them how much they can reduce their
    • that everyone can negotiate how much below this it is
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    • spiritual world with their ego and astral body. Wandering
    • among the destinies of those egos and astral bodies while
    • Guardian of the Threshold as egos and astral bodies. This
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    • narrowly sectarian, egotistic spirit, but rather in a spirit so
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    • independently of the ego. It has to have this independent life. One
    • must stay away from it and let it live all to itself. Thus the ego
    • and draws a logical conclusion from it, the ego is invariably
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    • were but primitive symbolical or allegorical expressions of the far
    • embodied what he saw spiritually in his symbolical or allegorical
    • religious ideal. Their symbolical-allegorical expression of divine
    • symbolical-allegorical treatment of the spiritual reality that
    • not resort to the symbolical-allegorical Oriental treatment or strive
    • the divine. The Oriental employed symbolism and allegory to express
    • thoughts free of any taint of egotism, self-seeking, subjective
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    • becomes a crass egotist in his relations with his fellow men. You
    • speaking of the physical, etheric and astral bodies and the ego, of
    • pictures is projected into ordinary life: one turns into an egotist
    • their coming to blows, because all such people become egotists as a
    • things, such as that man has an etheric and astral body and an ego as
    • worlds, then this inevitably develops strife and egotism.
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    • Gregor Mendel. Every now and then, scientists of the twentieth
    • century have rather vehemently stated it as their opinion that Gregor
    • of determining the laws of heredity. If we review Gregor Mendel's
    • description of the categories of our opponents and of their
    • immediately, but does nothing. The second category understands
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    • body with his ego and astrality. That is to say, he is outside his
    • body with the ego that he takes from one incarnation to another, and
    • cannot share. This gives rise to a special egotism for which he
    • he isolates himself, becomes an egotist, and lives alongside his
    • experience of the degree of egotism to which this carrying over of
    • spiritual world. Just as someone becomes an egotist when he projects
    • egotist in his relationship to the spiritual world.
    • an egotist when one projects dream conceptions into physical
    • working on our ongoing egos. What we are doing behind the façade
    • soul, one's ego are working behind it on one's karma.
    • pouring into one's ears, waking one out of the self-begotten pictures
    • developing egotism through a wrong approach to spiritual truth avoid
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    • their egoism, Everything we strive to gain for ourselves in our
    • any egoistic sense. All that he gains is that he can be better than
    • others. Anything that serves egoism is absolutely excluded from
    • the Spirit of humanity as a whole, not in any egoistic spirit.
    • immorality or egoism would not help. In this case it is easy to see
    • realm unprepared. Nothing of an egoistic nature will ever be won for
    • might easily desire something egoistic for this life on the
    • egoistic nature can be gained for the spiritual world things can be
    • desired which are in a sense egoistic.
    • egoism before gaining entrance to the spiritual world.” But I
    • egoism!” It is easy to say it, but whether one can do it, can
    • astral body and ego — becoming free, that we become able to
    • this power in our ego and astral body. This is done by following the
    • only natural that the banishment of egoism — of everything of
    • from egoism!” But when these words are about to pass a
    • position to say thou canst do something without a trace of egoism.
    • in a vague way of “not being egoistic!” It would be
    • egoism,” thus showing his desire at least to overcome it.
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    • position to experience our ego.
    • experience our ego, we experience something which is directly related
    • the experience of our own ego than this ego-point contains, unless we
    • difference between the experiences of the ego and all other
    • ego-experiences. All other experiences approach us from outside; we
    • ego.
    • — What does the experiencing of the ego-point mean? This is not
    • for example, that one experiences the ego itself. But this is not the
    • case at all. Man does not really experience his ego. What then does
    • he experience? He really experiences a concept of the ego,
    • a percept of it. If the experiencing of the ego was clearly
    • infinity, that spread out on all sides. If the ego were unable to
    • man could not experience his own ego, he could form no conception of
    • it. This is man's first experience of the ego, it has to
    • original; but when the ego forms a conception of itself it is
    • behind of the ego-experience. It is like a checking or blocking of
    • in this checking the ego is confronted by the reflected image of
    • experiencing of the ego.
    • — We recognise the ego in the conception of it
    • (Ich-vorstellung). But this ego conception differs considerably from
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    • follows the development of the ego, and this progresses from the
    • period in the life of a man — that period in which the ego
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    • so that a place might be prepared there for a self-conscious ego. So
    • that there might gradually arise within this self-consciousness ego
    • “A time is coming when man will be aware of his ego; he will
    • then know that it is through the self-conscious ego that the secrets
    • A time was to come in which man would say: “When I have my ego
    • that man would become an ego-being in the fullest sense of the word.
    • known to man that he was to enter consciously into his ego, while the
    • ego.
    • So Isaiah announces: — “The age of the Mystery of the Ego
    • beforehand to those who were to attain their self-conscious ego, and
    • receive a self-conscious ego. So this messenger of whom the Prophet
    • create within their souls a place for the ego, to prepare for the
    • full validity of the ego. What is most important in this passage is
    • within their ego, and could, through it, discover the secrets of that
    • live at a time when humanity was at the stage when his ego could be
    • developed? The ego existed already in Atlantean times, but complete
    • I have said that the ego was already present to a certain extent, but
    • secrets of the spiritual world. The ego had in this case to be
    • times suppression of the ego and stimulation of the astral body so
    • clairvoyance, my ego also will cease to pass out of me in the way it
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    • by which the human ego can enter into its own Being, its own deeper
    • descent of the ego into the abyss of its own human nature.
    • are at the stage corresponding to the development of the human ego,
    • ego enclosed within three sheaths: an astral sheath corresponding to
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego; and the result of
    • separate the ego, astral body and etheric body, then the physical
    • only be made by an organism in which an ego dwells. The present day
    • fact that the ego reaches out over the whole surrounding world and
    • perceives. So that only an organism in which an ego dwells can have
    • physical man and of the physical objects around him it is the ego,
    • his ego extends, to which his ego belongs. So soon as the ego is not
    • anything, at every moment, the ego is hound up with what you see. It
    • content of your ego. As normal human Beings you know the content of
    • your ego, but of that which belongs to your own nature, into which
    • being, turning our ego aside so that we do not descend into it, or
    • through the “Egoism of human nature,” through greed,
    • dangers when we allow our ego to pour forth over the spiritual world
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    • in memory. Of what lies before we are unconscious so far as ego
    • as an ego; modern psychologists criticise such facts adversely, but
    • the most part when egoism increases, when he shuts himself up, as it
    • body and the ego. A man like Orpheus was still able to look on one
    • form a foundation, for the evolved human ego is not yet present. But
    • if it entered into an evolved human ego there would then take place
    • moment when he achieves his egohood, at the point of time to which
    • but could not really dawn in him because the evolved ego was not
    • have I begotten Him!” This means: Now is the Christ —
    • incarnated — “begotten” in Jesus of
    • ego-consciousness, and the “Son of Man” which he is after
    • this ego-consciousness has been acquired. Through the union of the
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    • body, astral body and ego — the person who holds aloof from
    • the ego we can say that it is related in the most varied way to the
    • ego which I have described elsewhere from different aspects, showing
    • how man either enters more within himself with his ego, strives to
    • holds for us. We are then conscious of our ego. We can become
    • calculation we are conscious of our ego as something feeble compared
    • and also in the external world we can become conscious of our ego. We
    • become aware of our ego in a very special way when those magic
    • experiences of the soul. And if our ego is not sufficiently developed
    • the ego in respect of outward experience than does indifference.
    • Sorrow is always an inner enhancement of the ego. Tears but express
    • the fact that at the moment the ego strives to experience more than
    • he allows the weakness of Faust's ego to lead him so far that
    • he feels at first constrained to extinguish this ego physically, he
    • sound the ego of Faust begins to gather strength, so much so that
    • increased intensity of the ego found expression in tears.
    • ego in its relationship to the external world. These show that the
    • ego feels strong as regards its understanding of things and events.
    • In laughter our ego draws together, and its intensity is
    • feel we must enhance the inner activity of our ego, brings about a
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    • of egoism to desire to communicate immediately what is taking place
    • more and more true, that that human ego alone is fruitful which
    • teaching concerning the ego. One sentence only need be noted for this
    • the ego-nature in man must suffer many things if it is to attain
    • wisdom could say: The form in which the ego dwells at present
    • consists in our receiving the Christ into our ego, so that the saying
    • what was to enter more and more into the human ego after the coming
    • expression of his ego to become the conscious expression of the
    • to us the meaning of the Christ-Impulse for the human ego. It is very
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    • astral body and ego; again we distinguish the forces that have to be
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    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. This must not be
    • have a Theosophy, a teaching concerning the lower and higher ego,
    • but did not interpret them allegorically after the manner of the
    • as symbolic or allegoric statements. No! people accepted them because
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    • is formed also our thoughts are formed. As any formed being is an allegory,
    • our ideas of God are also allegories of God — but never the divine
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    • world. If you go over to the image of the own ego, then you do not have more
    • The idea of the ego is also an image;
    • of the things one day. But we find one thing in ourselves: the categorical imperative
    • for knowledge. Because the categorical imperative deals with nothing that is
    • the senses as well as the categorical imperative, and appears if all duties
    • of the categorical imperative are fulfilled. This would be blessedness. But
    • suffices. The human life goes beyond the earthly life because the categorical
    • could the human being follow a divine world order, the categorical imperative,
    • at the world, we find contradictions there. Let us have a look at the own ego.
    • have others again. What is this ego? It meets us and is fulfilled with a particular
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    • If they were only subjective creations of our egos, we could not come beyond
    • as subjective creations of our egos. Thereby we would always be rejected to
    • our egos. We could say that tidings of any higher world came to us if we get
    • of temperature, we know that we have only ideas of our ego. Let us be consistent.
    • outside. As the ego is in me, the will also is in me, and in the outer things
    • right that the things are outside us, have nothing to do with our egos and we
    • It is in such a way that our ego does not belong to us, is not enclosed in the
    • a reflection, an outflow, a spark of the all-embracing ego. This is a viewpoint
    • other beings. The ego and the atoms are for him the antipodes. — Everything
    • in doing so we do not come to the ego. Rather the ego rises out of the subsoil
    • Imagine the contrast of the ego
    • and the remaining world, that is, you should say how you recognise your ego
    • solely decide, and just as little the ego only can decide which relation it
    • has to the world. The single ego is subjective, it could never decide alone
    • if only the ego were on one side and the world on the other side. I have to
    • you acknowledge its validity. It has nothing to do with your ego that two times
    • two are four. Nothing in the field of wisdom deals with your egos. Because you
    • that is above our ego. Any philosopher admitted this who is not inhibited by
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    • The bee allegory of the mystery
    • priests of the ancient Greece wanted to express this. The bee allegory is therefore
    • Therefore, the theosophical movement has made this allegory the allegory of
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV - Lecture II: Theosophy and Somnambulism
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    • by the daytime ego-consciousness. The human soul acts then from this dark depth,
    • another ego appears, a kind of dream-ego; because the dreaming person can see
    • a kind of splitting can happen between the dream-ego and the real ego that really
    • outside world, but also our own physical body express itself allegorically in
    • what we have spoken to them, or that that is more or less allegorically, symbolically
    • who indulges in egoism, from that of a person who devotes himself in unselfish
    • astral body, is our real ego; what we call our ego in which we become conscious
    • saying: we are it. This ego has higher parts again about which I do not want
    • to speak today. This ego uses the other members of the human being as its tools.
    • this picture. Now, however, we assume that my ego is eliminated; in the usual
    • sleep such an elimination of the ego is to be noticed.
    • this ego is to be sought for; but if we have a sleeping person before ourselves:
    • the ego together with the astral body being lifted out of the physical body
    • everybody knows that during sleep the everyday ego, the ego of reality is eliminated,
    • are left to their own resources. During our usual day life our ego, our consciousness
    • daytime ego always controls these impressions of the outside world. If this
    • ego is eliminated, we also receive these impressions of the outside world perpetually.
    • The ego-consciousness does not penetrate the human being, this is missing.
    • In the everyday life it is our ego,
    • which surround him, either in irregular way or in regular way if the ego is
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    • in egoism. This egoism is all over the world of figures, of the external forms,
    • level of the transient, is on that level where he develops selfishness and egoism
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    • in His glory, as the form of the greatest ‘Ego’, as the spiritualised
    • Ego-Self, as the great Teacher of human evolution in the higher
    • very essence and embodiment of the Ego.
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    • self-seeking, egoism; and cultivate, on the contrary, a certain
    • egoism bring their own punishment because the self-seeking person
    • the baptism by John. What occurred there was that the ego of Jesus, in
    • the thirtieth year of His life, abandoned the flesh and another ego
    • entered: the Ego of the Christ, the Leader of the Sun Beings.
    • in the case of Christ. The ‘ego’ which has until then given life to
    • hitherto, even though the ego does not cease and is not replaced by
    • old ego passes out and another ego then enters. And this may be such
    • an individuality as Moses, Abraham, Elijah. This ego will then be
    • of his life he lives with this ego which enters at that moment.
    • elevated to the rank of Maitreya Buddha, his ‘ego’ will remain in him
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    • intimately connected with our ego, and these rob us of our sleep
    • Christ revealing Himself from higher Devachan in His true Ego that
    • surpasses all human egos in inconceivable greatness, and with such
    • developed his physical, etheric and astral bodies. The ego could only
    • Impulse because Christ is macrocosmically what our ego is to us
    • important of these, the ego. In our present cultural period the higher
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    • in the ego. The crisis came about because of the darkening of the
    • regions of the spiritual world. The ego still lived in the astral
    • world; but the beings and powers which the ego was able to behold
    • cultivation and development of the ego. The starting point for this
    • the ego. Such a man felt that these terrible astral beings were within
    • Something had to come that transcends the astral, and this is the ego.
    • Through the ego it will be possible for communities of human beings to
    • must be countered. Through this impulse the ego is to become supreme
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    • for there seems no explanation for them whatever. These two categories
    • There are three fundamental and distinct categories of experiences in
    • stages, but speaking generally these are the three categories.
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    • the time of the Mystery of Golgotha the actual ego of man was born,
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    • by means of his own consciousness, his own human ego.
    • forth upon humanity. Man, as an ego being, must be as though dead to
    • should not remain there, however, but must raise his ego to the
    • with the Whitsuntide mystery. We see the human ego, exemplified in
    • its Divine Representative, divesting itself of the lower ego and
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    • aspect, of course — is an allegory for very profound mysteries
    • egoism is born: “Am I my brother's keeper?”
    • might ask: Why is that said in allegorical
    • And this allegorical way of communicating wisdom had a good reason.
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    • in the main, only self-interest and egoism which is the motive behind
    • (These seven principles and the organs with which they are occultly connected are enumerated as follows:Physical body — base of the nose.Etheric body — liver.Kama or Kama-Rupa (astral body) — digestive system, stomach.Kama-Manas (astral-egoNote 5)
    • rises to higher worlds. Kama-Manas, in which the ego is active, works
    • literal rendering; secondly, the allegorical one — the struggle
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    • materialism, the personal element of egoism is involved, which leads
    • is enmeshed in materialism and egoism.
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    • very few [deeds] are selfless. A good deed may be very egotistical
    • meat, that, after all, is egoistic.
    • cultural epoch is a purely intellectual one, an epoch of egoism. We
    • are now at the high point of egoism. The intellect is egoistical in
    • to keep silence about the paths along which his ego unfolds, and to
    • regard his deeds, not his ego, as the criterion. The real heart of
    • the secret lies in his deeds and the overcoming of the ego through
    • action. The ego must remain concealed within the deed. Elimination of
    • the interests of the ego from the onstreaming flow of karma — this
    • belongs to the first degree. Whatever karma the ego incurs is thereby
    • these work upon human egoism. Only when mankind has overcome all
    • these things will it be freed from egoism.
    • as a member of one of these classifications or categories. This
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    • will explain a great allegory, and deal with an object which is known
    • [astral], Kama-Manas [ego], higher Manas [spirit-self], Buddhi
    • the fourth [principle], the real baby [of them all], the human ego,
    • Kama-Manas, [the human ego].
    • symbolised in the mighty allegory of the lost temple.
    • longer understand this, and believe that man should work on his own ego.
    • the idea that lies behind the allegory of the lost temple which has
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    • passed through the kingdoms of Nature. Ego consciousness rose in him
    • last of all. The astral, etheric and physical bodies and the ego
    • divine ego which descends from above, in contrast with the ego from
    • for the first time the ego of man, the individuality, descended into
    • what he should become. The ego will have attained a certain stage
    • The ego is in a threefold sheath: firstly, in the astral body,
    • in the astral body, we deny the divine ego for the first time, for
    • three bodies, when the ego discovers in Christ its greatest
    • God created man's physical body, into which man's ego
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    • The Allegory of the Lost Word and its Quest in connection with the
    • allegories and symbols we wished to discuss in these lectures, there
    • Everything which man weaves into himself out of his ego, which he
    • completely permeated by the work of man's own ego, then we can no
    • could be completely managed by the ego. Now such a person would stand
    • astral body. However, man has developed his ego and has become
    • ego can make up its mind to follow the Spirit, just as it will later
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    • been able to attain to that consciousness of self, of ego, which he
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    • fettered ego. Only then can he accomplish his ascent into the
    • universe. Then, for the pupil, the flowing together of his ego with
    • the great universal ego blossoms. And now he must learn to say to the
    • little ego: I am not thou.
    • Egoism, the Spirits of Warmth or Fire, the Spirits of Dusk or
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    • narrow-minded egoist. In the astral body of a child we have something
    • take by contrast a teacher who confronts the child as an egoistical
    • this up against him. You then emit the red thought form of egoism or
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    • self-knowledge. Our Ego and astral body which set out on
    • when we wake from sleep the Ego and astral body are not
    • pictures of the Ego and astral body that are sketched by
    • Ego in their true form if we were not in the unconscious
    • our Ego too — there lie all those feelings and all
    • body and Ego of the one person into the astral body and Ego
    • emotions in the astral body and Ego; he may build up about
    • because the astral body and the Ego are continually coming
    • Ego is continually coming into contact with the physical
    • body and Ego are continually contacting something, touching
    • of our Ego and of our astral body, and the most agreeable
    • self-enjoyment. when the astral body and the Ego contact
    • caused by the impact of his astral body and Ego upon the
    • everything that has been mentioned belongs to the category
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    • body, astral body and Ego are loosened from the physical
    • between them; etheric body, astral body and Ego.
    • itself, and the Ego, together with the astral body of the
    • the Ego, then this etheric body is in a different condition
    • individuality who is living on as Ego and astral body.
    • etheric organisation which remains when Ego and astral body
    • The human individuality (Ego and astral body) passes over
    • the human physical body. The Ego and the astral body have
    • egotism but the general suffering undergone by mankind as a
    • individuality — of the Ego and the astral body with
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    • some task out of egotistical will. For these truly
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    • branches off from the foregoing, this again from what was
    • egoism that might not sound very good but without it this
    • egotism will dwindle when humanity goes through a similar
    • folk egotistic impulses. That is the practical social reaction
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    • One characteristic is egoity subdued, clear awareness of Self subdued.
    • we do so in what may be called a clear awareness of our own egoity.
    • of our own egoity, and he will know that visionary, hallucinatory activity
    • egoity, but rather increase and enhance it.
    • The sense of egoity needs
    • will enable them to tolerate such an increased sense of egoity without
    • of egoity is enhanced in this way, something quite specific occurs.
    • It is this: it is possible to increase the same sense of egoity, it
    • is possible to make the ego much more aware of its existence, to a very
    • the experience of egoity gradually increases to such an extent that
    • ego experience arises for the whole of our past life, which normally
    • stage in the experience of cognitive Imagination. The I, the ego, is
    • control of such outflowing of the ego into the past. He will be able
    • of the ego when an aspect of ourselves that normally lives only in the
    • in the present with a certain sense of egoity but is living within time,
    • egoity reaches a kind of culmination. What happens is that egoity first
    • cause enhancement to cease. From a certain point onwards the ego will
    • a certain point that the ego is able to achieve further enhancement
    • it will experience a decrease in its sensing of egoity, as the curve
    • moves downwards. What happens is that the ego abandons the experience
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    • with an ego strengthened by all these exercise processes, to find our
    • birth what has become the collective content of our ego, and also what
    • This will not weaken the ego but indeed strengthen it, through self-forgetting.
    • of repeated earlier lives as something showing us the ego at different
    • stages. And once we have gained the ability to forget the ego at its
    • to see the eternal ‘I’ or ego.
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    • from the time of birth as one cohesive stream. The ego grows beyond
    • in our ego, we arrive at the whole of our self opened out and spread
    • to produce allegories, to symbolize, emerged within the anthroposophical
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    • lives in falsehood the ego can be recognised as not having any
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture III: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Esoteric
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    • gives symbolic and allegorical interpretations of something
    • side concerning symbolic or allegorical interpretations of
    • this symbolic-allegorical sense. I would like to interpret it
    • exhaust — separated from the higher ego — the being
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    • astral body and as the fourth the bearer of the ego.
    • which can have passions and desires. Because of the ego, the
    • ego is the youngest member, the bearer of the human
    • beings. We can say, spiritual science shows that this ego, by
    • ego-being, of the physical, etheric and astral bodies. The
    • about the creator of the human ego, of the creator of the
    • in the God who let the ego flow into the human being, so to
    • that who brought the ego to the human being.
    • finds his ego in himself, which differs so substantially,
    • to this earthly development. In our ego, we find a spark of
    • the human being in such a way that he could grasp the ego
    • consciously. The strength of the ego had to work in the human
    • the ego. Moses became the great precursor bringing the
    • consciousness of the human being to the ego. However, these
    • we look at the consciousness of the ego with which we
    • comprehend the being of the Yahveh God, we see that the ego
    • kind between birth and death. Thus, the ego maintained for
    • about the ego and know that it goes back as far as we can
    • makes no sense to call myself an ego. I recall my father,
    • ego went through generations, and it had even a name. As we
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    • fourth member is the bearer of the ego, of self-consciousness.
    • ego-bearer, the bearer of the self-consciousness. Thus, the
    • astral body and the blood of the ego.
    • by the ego. However, today this does not need to occupy us
    • control the coherence of his thoughts from his ego, while heavy
    • the effect on the ego and the blood. The effect of the alcohol
    • free decision of the ego, by the alcohol. In certain respects,
    • ego should be subject to, the human being places himself under
    • the constraint of something external. He gets a material ego.
    • The human being can say, I just feel a stimulation of my ego
    • thereby. Indeed, but now he is not experiencing the ego, but
    • something else with which he has banished his ego. Thus, we
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    • life, and lead there to that which the astral body and the ego
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    • Thus, he studied that category of human beings about whom he
    • there before birth and is there after birth, my particular ego.
    • This my particular ego has not begun with birth. It is not the
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    • ego, which makes the human being the crown of creation. The
    • animals. He rises above the three physical realms by the ego.
    • the next lower body; the ego-bearer for the astral body, the
    • physical body. Any experience of the ego imprints itself on the
    • astral body. Here all experiences of the ego express
    • inside, from the ego on the lower members. The astral body must
    • be penetrated by the experiences of the ego in a healthy way.
    • ego has a proper effect on the astral body. Who realises this,
    • our ego. You get trembling hands only if the hands go adrift
    • science works immediately on the ego. If we hear anything about
    • immediately to the ego. All these world-enclosing ideas do not
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    • the bearer of the ego that gives him the strength of
    • speak, and imprints the mood into them. If the ego-bearer
    • in the physical body. The ego expresses itself in the blood
    • With the choleric person, the ego and the blood system are
    • assert his ego at any price. From the circulation of the blood
    • the nervous system and the astral body. Only because the ego
    • not restrain them with his ego, they would surge up and down.
    • ego.
    • us in the external picture in no uncertain manner. If the ego
    • Napoleon who remained so small because his ego restrained the
    • in the external figure. The inwardness of the ego-nature, the
    • with whom the ego-nature is not rooted so deeply with whom the
    • exists in his youth that he gets his ego imprinted wrathfully
    • goal out of the ego. With the sanguine temperament, the little
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    • him, as it were, like another ego of the human being striving
    • himself this second ego existed, which could come up to the
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    • qualities. The ego becomes his ruler:
    • world still belongs to his narrow-minded egoism. The fact that
    • the egoism of the personal wishes so far that he dedicates all
    • must take these words in such a way that the personal egoism is
    • overcome this personal egoism can reach the last stage, which
    • Faust where like scales the covers of the human personal egoism
    • Faust has become a human being free of egoism up to a certain
    • field that egoism has not yet disappeared. An old little house
    • egoism has disappeared, compared with this little house not
    • yet. There is the last remainder of egoism, which makes itself
    • last egoism, the enjoyment of the sensuous view. The rest of
    • of the outer world with which egoism associates itself.
    • human being can do out of egoism and that soul condition which
    • that he beholds free of egoism in the spiritual world has no
    • care. Care is the concomitant of egoism. As little as anybody
    • may believe that egoism has not yet disappeared if care exists,
    • renunciation in the spiritual world egoism must disappear
    • he still carries something of egoism into it, then there comes
    • power, which still takes this last rest of egoism from him:
    • egoism still contained in him and the force of Care he goes
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    • humanity? We can distinguish two categories there. One stands,
    • other remainder belongs to another category. The dream is not
    • etheric, astral bodies, and the ego. The ego is the last
    • developmental member, and by ascending to the ego, the human
    • being have this picture consciousness? He had it, when his ego
    • respiratory process in such a way that the ego cannot develop
    • inhales the spirit of the ego with the air, he has built his
    • again with his ego. Transfer this on the most beautiful form
    • my ego. — Roared the wind outdoors, which he inhaled,
    • While the Oriental had this ego only to a very low degree in
    • clairvoyance to the configuration of the ego, so that this ego
    • the ego is strongly engaged in those transitional stages to the
    • inside of the things, but he asserted his ego to the highest
    • self-consciousness, for the liberation of the ego.
    • ego from the subconsciousness. This is why the European souls
    • felt most intensely: I have come with my ego from the spiritual
    • a self-conscious ego-filled clairvoyance. A quotation by Christ
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    • whole, how the ego was born out of the whole universe. Today,
    • the ego if the human being feels one with his fathers and
    • expression of my ego, of my own individuality, the bloodstream
    • ego has connections in itself to a spiritual world, which
    • everybody can find in his own individuality. The ego that is
    • physical, this ego became understandable to the human being by
    • general human ego, and one said to himself: someone who brings
    • mystery experienced the overcoming of the usual ego directed to
    • With his ego, he is interwoven in thinking, feeling, and
    • willing because the human being has not worked from the ego on
    • organisation were separated in three parts and the ego sits
    • antipathy by the ego by free choice. The feeling does not join
    • human being feels as an ego-king that sits enthroned above a
    • of personality, of the ego in itself, which brings the
    • the ego-impulse into the red blood. However, one regarded the
    • spiritual that the ego remains outside, approaches only up to
    • that the human soul, the human ego finds the world soul, the
    • world ego.
    • is expressed which finds its higher egoity. In the union of the
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    • in the astral body and ego has its physical manifestation in air and
    • as soul-element in the astral body and ego. Along with the astral body
    • and ego they are then imparted to the air, to the organs of breathing
    • the stream of singing or speaking the element of warmth. The ego lives
    • active in the flowing air itself, and the ego lives in the warmth which
    • flows on the waves of the air. But the astral body and ego are not only
    • the astral body and ego are partially withdrawn from there, and limit
    • a withdrawal of the astral body and ego from the structure of the human
    • in this pleasure his astral body with his ego would leave him. By giving
    • And when the ego and astral
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    • from the musical realm to that of speech, the ego steps in. Naturally,
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    • as the meaningful utterance of the ego, and which yet remains unknown?
    • poem, as far as this is possible, from the ego back into the astral
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    • that the astral body and ego ascend. The human being is freed from his
    • ego. We are united more with the physical element. Descending pitch
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    • It is true enough that the ego and the astral body have left the physical
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    • that most philosophical concepts belong in the useless category. Those
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    • for a certain category of them, no pure reflection takes place; the
    • trace of egoism — and this includes the desire for information
    • invented a definition for the way a word moves from one category to
    • Wahrheit. He terms words in this category “borrowings”
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    • of facts, saying that our higher ego, our higher self, takes care of
    • was already in possession of wisdom. But his ego was unable to raise
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 8: Death, Physical Body and Etheric Body
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    • between birth and death with their ego and astral body enclosed within
    • ego and astral body inhabited the physical body when people were awake.
    • Let's be quite exact in picturing our ego
    • as I've often shown. But then we normally lose our ego-awareness, and
    • gives our souls a sense of ego-hood, that allows us, as I might also
    • express it, to feel our souls ego-permeated.
    • in the astral body and our ego. We contemplate our physical body. It
    • the means whereby we are enabled to know ourselves as egos during the
    • intact if we are to maintain ego-consciousness, and the gods had to
    • us after death with a continuous ego-consciousness in the nature of
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    • know in a great measure how his self-consciousness, his ego has
    • the ego would always be a new experience would have no healthy
    • the voluntary movements that come from the egoity of the human
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    • experiences himself in his ego really experiences himself in
    • recognised myself in my ego, being within the spiritual world,
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    • experience, however, in their true being only if the human ego
    • the ego as the religious life is the life in the astral body as
    • still supposed that the so-called “categorical
    • categorical imperative can speak in the soul, duty can settle
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    • egoism to wish that one reached with his little ego beyond
    • development, and that he should know that this ego does not
    • ego-experience.” The ego that we must have in life if
    • experienced is connected with the ego. We sit down as it were
    • beside our ego and feel united with all our conscious
    • experiences. Our egoity is warranted only because we feel
    • united with the ego with all mental experiences.
    • body, then a big transformation of his ego-experience takes
    • ego emerges from the forces of death. You would never
    • experience this ego if you did not carry death in your body.
    • it. Its ego would be extinguished; the ego would no longer be
    • possibility of ego-consciousness for the life between birth and
    • researcher out of the physical body. The ego becomes something
    • awake, the ego becomes something that you do not have in
    • of the physical death: the ego becomes memory. This is the
    • ego as a mere memory in yourself about which you know that it
    • death spiritual-scientifically and its connection with the ego
    • quite similar way as the ego has just now remained. What you
    • ego-conscious human beings in the transience.
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    • for perceiving, you have your own egoity, your commemorative
    • egoity, and your own experiences as tool. Own experiences must
    • compensate with an even bigger egoism or folly what we have
    • committed from egoism or folly in the previous life. Thereby it
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    • ego-consciousness more and more clearly. This ego with which
    • clarity of his ego. Hence, one should hold down passions and
    • Whenever one asks how the human ego fits into the whole world
    • characteristic of any evil is nothing but egoism. — If I
    • originates from egoism.
    • physical nature, the common characteristic, egoism, is
    • egoism; and we overcome all imperfections and the evil
    • struggling against egoism. One has contemplated a lot about
    • apparent investigating them deeper that egoism is the common
    • the more he overcomes egoism.
    • egoism must be strengthened, must be intensified if the human
    • which strengthens the forces that are rooted in its ego ascends
    • borders. Nevertheless, in the human life egoism would also
    • everything of its ego that is in it.
    • place where we should overcome egoism. We are obliged to
    • altruism not without reason, but because we have to give egoism
    • enter into a world in which it matters to make our ego as
    • transform egoism into altruism, so that it becomes something
    • our ego so that we prepare such a physical-sensory existence
    • and thoughts of the physical world. We must use our egoism in
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    • for all human beings. Thus, possibly the categorical imperative
    • being. The categorical imperative is as it were the gate into a
    • categorical imperative. They also do this. Not only those who
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    • self-awareness of the human being, the purest ego-consciousness
    • conscience projects where the categorical imperative speaks
    • categorical imperative. We see him repeatedly endeavouring in
    • allegory. However, just from poetic impulses one has to say
    • allegory. Voltaire describes, for example, that she comes to
    • give an allegory credit for that it is able to sway the pope
    • as mere allegories one notes Voltaire's soul fighting and
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    • instinct or from pure egoism, and one bawls him out of a
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    • category are attending the free religion lessons, there is no
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    • — the true categorical “stove-imperative”
    • without being reminded of its categorical imperative. And this
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    • of heredity. It received its name from a certain Gregor Mendel,
    • [Gregor Johann Mendel (1822–1884) Austrian botanist.
    • classical preparation toward university study.] Gregor Mendel
    • it is interesting to consider the biography of Gregor Mendel.
    • certain period of time. Gregor Mendel did so and again failed
    • Gregor Mendel did finally become a high school teacher,
    • “Joseph Miller, Ph.D.” In the case of Gregor Mendel
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    • let the child distinguish between the Ego (Ich) and the outer
    • world — allowing this distinction between the Ego and the
    • feels its Ego clearly, while it had just sensed its Ego before.
    • outlined term linked to the Ego which appears at this time. The
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    • is active in a branch of production, that through negotiation
    • negotiation. The social life must be based practically on the
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    • the fourth member of his being, which then developed to the ego, and
    • the ego corresponds to the macrocosmic mineral kingdom;
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    • we say: The Ego and astral body are outside the physical body during
    • Ego and astral body in. relation to that of the physical and etheric
    • bodies, if we take a wide view of it. True, the Ego and astral body are
    • Ego and astral body sets in this way for the blood and nerve-systems;
    • yet from the Ego and astral body outside, the forces radiate while we
    • ensouled by our Ego and astral body; and in the other when we sleep, in
    • the sphere from which the radiations and force of our Ego and astral
    • are in the spiritual world with our Ego and astral body — as it
    • and Ego of which man is unconscious in normal human life, stream into
    • may be considered as ensouled and inspired by the Ego and astral
    • Ego and astral body are taken into the sphere of spiritual life during
    • permeated by the spiritual world. The sun of our Ego and astral body
    • sets for the nerves and blood, in so far as the Ego is connected with
    • Science shows us that the way in which our Ego and astral body leave
    • as Spiritual Science teaches, an Ego and astral body which have been
    • noble disposition is present, so that egotistic fear retires and loving
    • egotistically in our sorrow, or withdraw from the world's life, which
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    • earth-men, our Ego being reaches as far as does our soul nature. By the
    • name of the ‘I,’ or Ego being, we are reminded of one of
    • body, the etheric body, the astral body and the Ego. And we need only
    • and in all its epochs is none other than that which gives to the Ego
    • period our Ego will have reached a significant point of its evolution.
    • We know that our Ego develops through three soul members or principles,
    • these three soul members are also concerned with our Ego. In the course
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    • in the sense that he can indeed be egoistically redeemed through his
    • to think only of our Ego, we must think about something other than our
    • Ego. Of what must we think? Of the ‘Christ in me’ as Paul
    • made between the subjective Karma in the Ego of man and that which may
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    • become perfect in his soul being, in his Ego, but sin and guilt would
    • egoistically more perfect; we live for the world, and at the end of the
    • egoistic sense, but we could not approach our bodily relics. Such souls
    • perfect only in his own Ego, and not to make the whole earth his own
    • our being. I have spoken to you of the overcoming of human egoism, and
    • each one of us in our egoism. It would be terrible if Christ were to be
    • Christ in me’ should only encourage a higher egoism. Christ died
    • all that is more than what is contained in our Ego, will be ennobled;
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    • thinking asserts in its simplicity that a human being develops his ego
    • gradually in the course of his life from birth to death, that his ego
    • is a naive way of thinking! If one observes the true human ego that
    • in his physical body, actually his true ego slowly vanishes into the
    • will declare that a child is incomplete, that his ego gradually develops
    • sleeping ego and astral body when they are separated from the physical
    • self-seeking. When you begin to notice that they kill egotism and disarm
    • to find in the spirit itself the power to overcome egotism and the falseness
    • our human nature. Out of the Spirit was He begotten—as it stands
    • — out of the Spirit was He begotten; in the human body He died;
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    • is the living Ego, and this can be separately observed when we look
    • into the soul, into the ego, so to speak, of Christianity, which had
    • Roman body. This ego of Christianity had to take into account the dying-out
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    • how the real Ego of Christianity, the essence of Christianity, embodied
    • ego; even though dimly sensed and not in fully conscious concepts,
    • still he found his ego. That does not contradict the statement that,
    • in a certain sense, the ego was first born with Christianity. Therefore
    • nevertheless found his ego. As active consciousness it was indeed first
    • ego. For something of this ego, of the real, true ego, remained in him
    • find his ego? No, my dear friends, he does not find it. For when we
    • are born the true ego comes to a stop. What we experience of
    • our ego is only a reflection. It is only something that reflects our
    • pre-natal ego in us. We actually experience only a reflection of our
    • real ego; only quite indirectly do we experience something of the real
    • ego. What the psychologists, the soul-experts, speak of as ego is only
    • a reflection that is related to the real ego as the image you see of
    • yourself in the mirror is related to you. The real ego, which could
    • indirectly does the human being experience something of his ego: namely,
    • some impulse of our true ego enters into us. But what in us we call
    • our ego, what we designate by that word, is only a reflection. And through
    • the very fact of experiencing this ego merely as a reflection in this
    • ego in a new form in the sixth epoch. It is characteristic of this age
    • of the consciousness soul that the human being has his ego only as
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    • center of human soul-life, real ego-consciousness, appears to more
    • from the ego-consciousness of later epochs, and that again from our
    • only a reflection of the true ego in what we consciously call our ego.
    • connected with his ego, concepts that must be worked through by his ego.
    • all that we can grasp of our ego. On the other hand, we experience our
    • at least beginning, I said — to sense their true ego when they
    • ego, had something real in the external world, the world in which the
    • death. Modern man has only a reflection of his true ego; but something
    • of his true ego shines into him when he comes in contact with other
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    • as a rule take place in a realm of mere egotism, but will be of general
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    • egotism that makes our birthday different from all other days. No one
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    • egotists are not so presumptuous as to identify themselves with all
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    • who later became the Christ, are a category of beings who had a particular
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    • Once egotistical mysticism enters, nothing can save us from mixing the
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    • against all temptations of passion, of egoism. Besides,
    • egoism, passion grow bigger and bigger. It is a low level of
    • contemplation if one does not feel passion and egoism growing
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    • feel as an ego. The reason is that
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    • way what you have, indeed, what must not remain your real ego
    • idea, on a transformation of his ego, so that it could become
    • the overcoming of his previous ego. The subconscious forces of
    • ego-consciousness is away, what shall happen now? It is
    • invigorate the new ego from the old one.
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    • Before the ego-consciousness appeared in
    • being with ego-consciousness did not yet come about. When then
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    • should begin when the human beings could know: in this ego that
    • what goes from incarnation to incarnation, the real ego.
    • However, this real ego is at the same time that which the human
    • not in the soul cover but in the real ego. Once one could say,
    • universe can reveal itself, look into your own ego, because God
    • speaks to you through your ego. He speaks to you for the usual
    • consciousness that speaks through the ego is the being of the
    • the ego.
    • should speak through the ego to the human being, like that what
    • ongoing educational process, and that in the ego that encloses
    • human being experiences something everlasting in his ego that
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    • his ego. Only a people of the culture of perception could
    • reflection of the human being about his ego arises at the same
    • reality. Hence, one less appreciated the ego in the ancient
    • spirit, but not yet with an ego. The human being attains the
    • ego-consciousness only by the intellectual culture.
    • to be educated to the ego-consciousness? He would have said to
    • everywhere. — He did not behold an ego in this
    • penetrating me, but I feel penetrated with an isolated ego.
    • he must die when he sees himself. That means, the human ego
    • I am no friend of the allegorical-symbolic
    • sense of an allegorical-symbolic interpretation
    • Pegasus is nothing but the ego-culture. This develops further.
    • Hence, we hear how that what has led to the ego-culture,
    • ego-consciousness, but that it can get again to something that
    • necessary element to form the human ego in the course of human
    • the intellectual culture, so that the ego flashes and can
    • ego-filled, an enthusiasm in the spirit existed in these
    • a point where he completely realises his ego, his central
    • to prepare this impetus of the human ego. However, we are not
    • ego-culture, the intellectual culture approaching, while it
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    • ego just works there, which comes from the spiritual world, on
    • be later the tool of the developed mind. As it is the same ego
    • contained. It has prevailed in it as our ego prevails in the
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    • Or when a human being surveys life, he would gladly forego the activity
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    • speak of different opinions? Because egoistic prejudices insert themselves
    • and egoistic prejudices distort things and turn them into caricatures.
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    • only in our ego, our soul or even in our brain, but that it has
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    • the ego of the person has asked himself in the dream. However,
    • human being separates his ego in two parts, one of which can
    • human ego has split itself in the younger person who could not
    • Gregor Mendel that is based on scientifically correct facts
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    • soul or his ego changes in the course of this life gradually.
    • the earth, the human ego or the human soul experiences the way
    • years after our birth. Only up to this point, the ego or soul
    • and the proceeding course of life does not take along the ego.
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    • self-aware ego, summarises all mental pictures, as it were,
    • with his ego. Since at the moment when we would not summarise
    • our mental pictures with our ego in the awake life, we would
    • of their ego what is a morbid state for the present human being
    • self-conscious ego. At the moment of falling asleep, we feel
    • clearly how, so to speak, the ego is overpowered by the mental
    • consciousness, and the ego loses itself to the images. Then the
    • and etheric bodies together with the ego, so that a splitting
    • wake day life, the astral body and the ego are in the physical
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    • some allegorical things will be more important than it may
    • egoistic” everywhere and to say, in the normal
    • life, the human beings are egoistic. I would not like to
    • ego which accompanies all our mental pictures, the mysterious
    • lives an ego inside! — If this becomes the most striking
    • event that this ego is the most essential of the soul, then in
    • are impersonal and aim just at recognising how in the ego-point
    • ego-point. The poet Jean Paul (born Johann Paul Friedrich
    • this ego becoming conscious in his biography:
    • am an ego” as a streak of lightning penetrated me and
    • stood still luminously since then, my ego had seen itself for
    • Thus, we educate our emotional life and sensory life by egoity.
    • sensations in another direction, can say to ourselves, this ego
    • our soul life. There we can study the human nature with the ego
    • feelings increase from the ego about the soul. Then we change
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    • longing for categorising and speaking many words. The
    • world, not because we like to categorise, but the sentient soul
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    • the ancient Hebrew people allegorically. He wants to give a
    • willing at first, which work from the centre of the ego and
    • the unity of the ego gets its rights more and more. We can
    • an ego-life. This is why the Bible tells: one of Jethro's
    • ego-soul.
    • Egyptians did not have: Moses's inspiration with the human ego
    • holiest centre of the soul life that lives in the ego where the
    • standing in the ego as the peoples felt once standing with
    • am an ego” as a streak of lightning penetrated me and
    • stood still luminously since then, my ego had seen itself for
    • the ego-being, however, it is also indicated to us that Moses
    • peoples. With it, it should be prepared that the ego of which
    • humanity to the foundation of an ego-culture. This ego-culture
    • contents. The ego should develop in the ancient Hebrew people
    • Mystery of Golgotha. There the ego should get new contents that
    • spirit realises itself in the human ego. It comes to the point
    • important allegory of the Book of Job, so that we see: the
    • human being is referred to his ego. However, at the moment when
    • he can err, because the ego can realise itself in the physical,
    • human being can be victorious over the physical. For in his ego
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    • predominates, so that an individual ego is not effective in its
    • individual ego, which expresses itself in education and the
    • ego-nature of every human being will be victorious over the
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture II: Our International Situation. War, Peace and Spiritual Science
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture IV: Spiritual Science and the Social Question
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    • the most joyless categories of economics still quite tolerably
    • spiritual aspect of the ego: “One could most people
    • than as egos.” However, it is a necessity of life to
    • imagine the ego.
    • are nothing else than the results of egoism. Like a physical
    • egoism — maybe at another place. Like cause and effect,
    • egoism is connected with the need and grief. Egoism leads to
    • life must be built on egoism. Indeed, with words and theories,
    • nevertheless, that is nothing but the implementation of egoism
    • in the economic life. Egoism controls us as soon as we live by
    • of the truth about egoism has to go more intimately into
    • that one must count on their egoism? Now there comes the
    • true practitioner who counts on the human egoism. —
    • the ego out of the personal self-interest. As peculiar as it
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture V: The Question of Women's Rights
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    • one goes deeper into these matters, they all fall in a category
    • liberal politician), endeavoured once to study the negotiations
    • “I”, the ego. There he stands, and from there he
    • starts working in himself. This ego works down into the three
    • ego, the spirit self or manas.
    • the ego works only in the astral body. As long as you tame your
    • by which the ego works on itself. What comes from religion is a
    • principles of law and morality. If the ego works because of
    • Also, if the ego is merged in the consideration of a piece of
    • body, what the ego has made of the etheric body, one calls
    • thirdly of the astral body, in fourth place of the ego, fifthly
    • into the etheric body, into the astral body, into the ego and
    • into that which the ego has made.
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VI: The Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Human Races
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    • forces. The human ego lives in them. This expresses itself
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VII: The Core of Wisdom in the Religions
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    • and the ego. The different forms of the confessions are nothing
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VIII: Fraternity and the Struggle for Existence
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    • A certain egoism must exist to develop these dispositions,
    • because the initiative is connected with egoism.
    • deny this question categorically.
    • nature? None of our cells asserts its selfhood egotistically.
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    • overcoming of an egoism that has risen high concerning the
    • other obstacle is a kind of egoism concerning inner soul
    • preconditions that one does not strive for it from egoism. Who
    • strives for it from egoism cannot come far. However, our time
    • thinnest little fibres of the human soul and any egoism
    • profit anything from our own selfish ego for our higher self.
    • consciousness of his ego, and the fourth state is that in which
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XII: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • call our ego, the bearer of our self-consciousness. While we
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIII: Lucifer
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    • principle, to the real ego of the human being with which he has
    • outgrown the animal. This human ego is that which develops,
    • actually. This ego lives in three lower principles. It is the
    • have ascended from the level of egoity to unselfishness, to
    • of its being still within the ego; it is still within the human
    • of this fourth principle, of the ego, it wakes him for own
    • for godliness from his own ego by his own merit. We have to go
    • indeed, an egoistic personality. There Jehovah approaches him
    • to perfection, but it should also be raised to the human ego.
    • destructive egoism, even if the human being wanted to strive
    • with love, otherwise, it becomes blind egoism, and otherwise,
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIV: The Children of Lucifer
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    • of his egoism that makes him, however, a free, self-conscious
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XV: Germanic and Indian Secret Doctrines
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    • member the real human ego. We call it in such a way because the
    • himself “I.” This ego is the final member, the
    • powerfully, and take shape. At the same time, the ego is the
    • the ego in the middle. It has a share of both, of the earthly
    • body. We call this ego soul. We call the real immortal inside
    • deducing intellect, his ego was not yet as powerful as today.
    • in him. The ego did not yet have senses. It still lived an
    • same as at that time, while they outgrow their lower ego,
    • present ego. Hence, the Indian looked for his higher
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVI: German Theosophists at the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century
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    • categorical imperative sounds: you shall do this or that.
    • Fichte represented the doctrine of the ego, of the human
    • to know the light of the ego with the soul. One can compare the
    • develop the organs to find this god. The activity in the ego,
    • his refined astral body, that part on which the human ego has
    • Then he heard Fichte, and from him the great truth of the ego
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVII: Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods
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    • egoism took the place of love that up to now controlled
    • egoism. Now that which brought people together had also to be
    • the myth shows this allegorically, and in this fact, it appears
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVIII: Parzival and Lohengrin
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    • connected with egoism and is based on it. The old love based on
    • is represented allegorically: in the Lohengrin and Parzival
    • time of egoism when one attempted to conquer countries with the
    • figure of a dove allegorically.
    • succeeded in feeling his ego without preference, who does not
    • higher ego in the love to all beings. Who does no longer hope
    • for his own selfish ego, but hears the properties of the beings
    • Whereas Parzival shows how the human being finds a higher ego
    • higher ego, Lohengrin shows how the medieval folk goes through
    • egoism, the spirit of the external possession, substituted the
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    • origin. However, they are not connected allegorically. No
  • Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 1: Prelude to the Threefold Commonwealth
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    • superior kind of egoism, — whether that can really
    • “Most gratifying negotiations have been entered
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    • with his ego these three elements of the soul life,
    • the ego, in the highest manifestation of the ego, for the
    • certain egoism that is natural in this age of the
    • the play-quality of thought. The ego itself is merely a
    • with our ego and astral body into our etheric and
    • the dying world-conception was the egoism of Max Stirner.
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    • the earth creation, that what we call “I” or ego.
    • recognise this ego in its nature. In former talks, I have drawn
    • expression for the ego was something holy for them. They called
    • for the ego which calls itself. This is the fourth member of
    • and ego — we have to say: with these four members, which no
    • more, the other less on his three members from his ego. If we
    • on his astral body from his ego. The uneducated savage has
    • ego. Human beings who stand on such a height as for example
    • control of the ego, so that nothing happens in their astral
    • body that the ego does not control. How does such a human being
    • without the ego; in the high-minded human being, everything
    • the ego has transformed the astral body, as much spirit self or
    • ego and spirit self. Then we have the possibility to transform,
    • body and the transformation of the etheric body by the ego, we
    • the ego works on the astral body? It is possible because the
    • spirit discloses itself to the ego in its very own figure. In
    • appears in its phenomena. It flows into the ego in its very own
    • figure, and the ego lets flow it again into the astral body, so
    • that the ego mediates between the very own figure of the spirit
    • his ego pours into the lower being.
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  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture VI: The So-Called Dangers of Initiation
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    • unselfish, to overcome any egoism. Some people can never assert
    • such ideals as, for example: you shall overcome your ego. —
    • the ego. The theosophical or spiritual-scientific truth is so
    • egoism.
    • basically, then egoism is not at all anything that is not
    • world wisdom planted egoism into the human being to lead him to
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture VII: Man, Woman and Child
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    • counter-image of egoism. In it, the individual goes beyond
    • owns the force of the ego only, hence, he may be regarded as a
    • “I” who spoke: the ego is, was and will be there.
    • True knowledge of the ego is the highest form of knowledge. The
    • ego-knowledge stands behind the “veiled picture at
    • The true ego-knowledge is possible only to that human force
    • body becomes free. Even later, the real education of the ego
    • acquired on former stages he shows as effect of his ego now. As
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    • what the human egoism receives in recompense for the product.
    • be grounded in egoism, but it must originate from the regard to
    • differences that nobody does anything else than for his egoism
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    • etheric bodies rest in the bed. The astral body with the ego
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture XIII: Outset and End of the Earth
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    • astral body and the ego are lifted out.
    • ego, of the human self-consciousness is also separated from
    • in common only with the animals, and the ego that the human
    • body and the ego existed before them. Indeed, some people who
    • but his astral body and ego existed first. In the beginning of
    • our earth existence, the astral body and the ego existed. Yes,
    • consisted of the ego and the astral body. This is the outset of
    • Then human beings existed who had an ego, an astral body, and
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture XIV: The Hell
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    • the human ego. We call the bearer of joy and sorrow, of
    • the fourth member of the human being, the ego. These both
    • members, the ego-bearer and the bearer of desire and pain, are
    • being, the ego and the astral body have no organs. The human
    • eyes, and ears. In the morning when the ego and the astral body
    • ego-body. — This is the nature of the alternating states of
    • ego for a while.
    • from the ego. However, there remains a rest of the etheric body
    • ego, his astral body, and the above-mentioned
    • ego completely up to that what only the physical body and its
    • However, when the ego
    • ego has stuck to the wholly physical-sensuous and brings
    • egoistically, then it is the germ of the hell. Thus, that from
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    • an egoistic sense, have some effect. Concepts, however, must be made
    • instead of acting egoistically as an individual man. No one today who
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    • egoistic, anti-social trend of thought. This anti-social thought expresses
    • arisen in regard to the spiritual life the greatest imaginable egoism,
    • egoism that looks upon sheer spiritual enjoyment, sheer intellectual
    • driven to the final consequence of middle-class egoism shown in the
    • thought. I want the surplus value. That is the egoistic principle that
    • appears as the final consequence of the egoism of the middle-class who
    • heart is doing so for the satisfaction of his own egoism.
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    • — in the striving to put all surplus value to egoistic uses.
    • out of his ego. And if one applies this thinking to the social structure
    • entirely from the impulse of the ego is not able to find the social
    • structure of the ego, any more than the single man can invent speech.
    • and experience! Fichte's thinking is born out of the pure ego and is
    • an anti-social thinking because it is born out of the ego alone; its
    • pages of this and simply experience the following: The ego is asserting
    • Next we come to — the ego fixes the non-ego, which again takes
    • up a number of pages. Thirdly, the ego establishes itself, its limits
    • being the non-ego, and the non-ego being bounded by the ego. —
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    • Ego. We then characterise the alternating conditions of
    • sleeping and waking. In waking life, we say, the Ego and astral
    • applies to the head when we say that the Ego and astral body of
    • and etheric head of man, the Ego and astral body in sleep are
    • organisation. During sleep—when the Ego and astral body
    • subjected to a far stronger influence by the Ego and the astral
    • influence which the Ego and astral body wield over the head of
    • compare, notably the Ego of man, to the Sun. When it is day
    • or less withdrawn from the Ego and from the astral body. This
    • astral body and the Ego. But these relations are secondary. The
    • sympathetic nervous system is related to the Ego, the real Ego
    • Ego and our sympathetic nervous system. This system, as you
    • these relations between the Ego and the sympathetic system are
    • our spinal column, and at the same time between our Ego and our
    • sympathetic nervous system. In sleep, with our Ego we live more
    • example, in the living-together of the Ego with the sympathetic
    • surprising to you, if we now assert: Inasmuch as the Ego is
    • Earth- evolution that the Ego took up its abode in man. The Ego
    • you bear this in mind you will be less surprised that this Ego,
    • What the Ego can bring to consciousness depends on the
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    • their roots in a certain self-indulgent egoism. Herman Joachim had no
    • inclination whatever towards egotistical mysticism but all the more
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    • makes them egoistic. The very striving for selflessness makes for egotism.
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    • influence of the ego — organization or ego.
    • and warmth or fire is under the influence of the ego.
    • consecration by the ego of mankind depends upon you and your
    • our time man must first unite this ritual with his ego; for the
    • an apocalyptic content merged with his ego, — and only
    • fully conscious ego was united with the content which he had
    • ego which had been completely filled with the significance of
    • are human, God-fearing, priest's egos in the priest-renewal who
    • prepares the ego to become identified with the content of the
    • apocalypse, can become a proper priestly soul. We are egos as
    • if the ego becomes aware that it is creating a copy of the
    • Apocalypse in themselves so that they experience that their ego
    • is in the Apocalypse. If the ego becomes apocalyptic, the ego
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    • can round out this idea if we realize that the ego-organization
    • — the actual ego in man as he is today — is the
    • obliterated when the ego-organization leaves the physical and
    • ego-organization are outside. The ego-organization gives us our
    • sense perception during sleep, because the ego-organization is
    • not in the physical and etheric bodies and because the ego is
    • same kind of thing has to happen in the ego-organizations of
    • ego-organization can only experience sense impressions in
    • its images or Imaginations becomes united with my own ego. And
    • of the human ego and not just a personal experience. However,
    • ego-being. Then he stands before the vision with God's ideas
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    • which the ego shot into the intellectual or mind soul, which
    • we must realize that this shooting in of the ego into the
    • the ego which occurred around the year 333 nevertheless shook
    • ego-entry into man's soul at the time when it was occurring
    • about how the divine ego lives in human nature arose from a
    • lack of clarity which was present when the ego shot into the
    • was definitely that shock which occurred within when the ego
    • Apocalypticer is basically saying that after the ego broke in
    • ego which is pressing into humanity from 333 on, — that
    • this ego with the Son God or Christ. What threatens to keep man
    • karma and which underlies transubstantiation. The ego which
    • this year 333 and the entrance of the ego threw a shadow or a
    • of mankind. What would have happened if this ego had not
    • mysteries, humanity might have received the ego which came in
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    • he is in a sleeping condition the