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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • world, one must have sense organs for this soul world just as one has
    • sense organs for the material world. Like the body, which possesses
    • eyes and ears, the soul and the spirit must possess organs to perceive
    • can actually perceive the process of development of such soul organs
    • spiral formations become clearly organized. They become increasingly
    • defined, compact structures. Certain organs appear in the aura that
    • are called chakrams in esoteric language. These are the sense organs
    • “what is new.” This has tremendous influence on the soul-organ. If one
    • to what extent the delicate soul organs are emerging. When human
    • understanding for fellowmen, the spiritual organ located in the
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • organism if they do not function properly. Our freedom can be
    • organism, we can ask ourselves if we do not make our bodies unfit
    • that their organisms store and they therefore must take care to
    • organism, that is, to find out what substances build up the
    • animalistic organism, and then simply see to it that the organism
    • his organism.
    • science. Otherwise, one could simply state that the human organism
    • question of how these four members of man's organism react to the
    • organism by producing proteins, carbohydrates, etc. Conversely, the
    • within the organism as a result of protein. Inner light is produced
    • within the organism as a result of processes involving fats,
    • his organism. Plant food does not combine much fat. The human
    • organism, which is able to produce fats, is thus required to
    • organism.
    • organism, since the animal also possesses an astral body. Even
    • synthesized substances of its physical body the human organism
    • that are harmonized within men, and its whole organism is
    • structure of substances is so organized in the animal kingdom that
    • the world through our organism and must again rise above it by
    • on the organism. Coffee is an example. The effect of coffee becomes
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  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • are organically and actively interwoven, but that in sleep the
    • your organism. Try to picture your daily life and you will find how
    • permeates our organism from outside, and invigorates it. We feel
    • organism is of the nature of will. That we are not aware of this
    • around the organ known in anatomy as the pineal gland. These
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • organic illnesses in a most deceptive way. Gastric disturbances are an
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • the way our soul-spiritual being prepares the bodily organization and
    • these experiences as a member of the whole organism of the earth. Too,
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • the whole organism is so arranged that they assume this attitude by
    • — all his bodily organs: larynx, tongue, throat, etc., and indeed
    • even the organs lower down such as the heart in so far as they are
    • bodily processes taking place in his organism. He would have found
    • Christ-Being who henceforward permeated the bodily organs of man, man
    • once more the organs of the human body in so far as those organs come
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • of the human organism; that is, the vital organs. With this in mind, let us
    • consider what is intrinsic in our life-organism. What is its essential
    • nature? You need only think what it is like when injured by organic
    • stomach or other organs, and the time comes when man knows that he
    • pain. To be ill means that an organ has become selfish and is leading its
    • the case. Then the single organs live selflessly within us. Our everyday
    • reason why illness results from the selfishness of our organs. Today we
    • as the Atlantean period. Every single human organ would have been self-
    • organs. Someday these relations of the outer world with our organs will
    • something enters with the cherries that is related to a particular organ;
    • other fruits are related to other organs.
    • Everything that enters the human organism is in some way related to it. If
    • organ would have felt an inordinate greed. The human being would have felt,
    • not the self-seeking organ only, but all the other organs also, striving
    • harmful to this or that organ; he would then recognize that he was
    • confronting something that gave a burnt out feeling to one of his organs.
    • element of the atmosphere is related to our organs. If we had become
    • for what satisfied one organ or another, or by terrible disgust for all that
    • this world if we had such physical organs that we were tossed to and fro
    • our vital organs were subdued and harmonized resulted from the great
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • winged figure, who with his arm-like organs turns toward the ledge
    • transformation of organisms. Rudolf Steiner's introductions and
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • delicately organized for his soul to feel pain when he sees other
    • is true that more delicately organized natures feel pain at the
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • organism as a consequence of what was seen taking place during summer prove
    • forces are active within the human organism yet without an actual spatial
    • a year, lives in the human organism in the form of an enclosed etheric body.
    • of the physical organization and forges an extra-terrestrial element into
    • but its activity in the bodily organization only commences about the
    • organism is the bearer of this super-sensible element from the commencement
    • upon the organism of the human body in a particular fashion. It is the member
    • being is organized in such a way, on the one hand, that the independent
    • governing activity of the ego within the bodily organization does not
    • bodily organization in such a way that the abilities, of which I have
    • human organism, prior to the advent of the fourth life period, and after it,
    • recent and highly important work: “The Genesis of Organisms, a Rebuttal
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • organisation of bone, muscle, blood and so forth. No, he will learn to
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • of so arranging the social order, the structure, the organization of
    • is organized from outside. This must go; it is only possible to
    • organize socially what does not integrally belong to the human being,
    • the English-speaking people of today. They are organized for the
    • the whole world is organized by underlying principles so that one
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • towards the threefold membering of a healthy social organism was
    • influence, remained separate on the surface but without any organic
    • heard by the appropriate organs of hearing. And the process of
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • merely confined, let us say, to our jaws or their neighboring organs, but
    • man's organization during the first seven years of his life, become, as it
    • still happens today — the forces that create organs in the physical body
    • the earth's whole solar system work at organizing the human being.
    • fact actual transformations of bodily organs are brought about;
    • put into our organism from out of the forces of the planet and the
    • release what we have put into the organism in this way, before twenty-
    • effect on our organism. And when I told you today that memory is the
    • organism, you will no longer be astonished to find that other forces can
    • and organizes his body. The same force which enables us to take an
    • Social Organism” had to happen. We had to show in a radical way that
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • as solid, or solid-fluidic, are regarded as belonging to his organism.
    • themselves considered to be integral members of the human organism.
    • regarded as a state or condition of his organism, but not as an actual
    • processes in the purely liquid components of the human organism are
    • not considered to be part and parcel of the organism itself. The
    • the human organism as such. It is said: Yes, the human being draws in
    • the solid element as the only organizing factor and do not realize
    • organism, so the actual fluidity should not be thought of as so much
    • uniform fluid, but as being differentiated and organized — though
    • the air that is within us, in regard to its organization and its
    • differentiations, is an organism in the same sense as the solid organism,
    • delicately organized. As soon, however, as we begin to speak of the
    • fluid organism which fills the same space that is occupied by the
    • solid organism, we realize immediately that we cannot speak of this
    • fluid organism in earthly man without speaking of the etheric body
    • which permeates this fluid organism and fills it with forces. The
    • physical organism exists for itself, as it were; it is the physical
    • begin with, as a solid organism. This is the physical body.
    • We then come to consider the fluid organism, which cannot, of course,
    • be investigated in the same way as the solid organism, by dissection,
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • that the solid or solid fluid organism — which is the sole object
    • of study today and is alone recognized by modern science as organic in
    • the organisms in the human constitution; that the existence of a fluid
    • organism, an aeriform organism, and a warmth-organism must also be
    • penetrate into this delicately organized constitution. Naturally, up
    • to the warmth-organism itself, everything is to be conceived as
    • of the fluid body, of everything that is fluid in the human organism;
    • the warmth-organism, the Ego. By recognizing this we can as it were
    • organic processes. Something is going on within us all the time, and
    • point us to our organism; the consciousness of dreamless sleep is, as
    • constitution, comprising as it does the fluid organism, the aeriform
    • organism, the warmth-organism and thus becoming by degrees more
    • concerned exclusively with the solid organism, and no account is taken
    • of the fact that man also has within him a fluid organism, an aeriform
    • organism, and a warmth-organism. If you picture to yourselves that as
    • well as the solid organism with its configuration into bones, muscles,
    • nerve-fibres and so forth, you also have a fluid organism and an
    • aeriform organism — though these are of course fluctuating and
    • inwardly mobile — and a warmth-organism, if you picture this you
    • enthusiasm has an effect upon the warmth organism. — There, you
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • beyond our organic life and pass over to activity that is liberated,
    • as it were, from organic processes, the more do we carry thoughts into
    • our actions and deeds. Sneezing is still entirely a matter of organic
    • life; speaking is largely connected with organic life; walking really
    • our organic life. We accompany such actions with our thoughts,
    • into these material processes as an organizing force. Will can take
    • the rest of the living organism. Between birth and death we bear in
    • into us as semblance, and from the rest of our organism we pervade
    • different direction, rising up from parts of his organism other than
    • matter is destroyed: our limb-and-metabolic organism.
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • detached from the inner organic life, and which (if the expression be
    • desires, by what rises up out of our organism, out of the life of
    • inwardly. This is true in the realm of the inorganic, from physics up to
    • astronomy, as well as in the realm of the organic, and in spite of the
    • have no sort of connection with what rises up out of his organism, out
    • organisation; he would suffer grievous harm.
    • down into the whole organic life. The experience is different in each
    • human organisation functions when the will pulsates in it. We see what
    • birth or conception, and itself forms and organises the body. In
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • purely organic activity, neither pervaded with soul nor illumined by
    • spirit, it follows that the will as such has to do with this organic
    • organic activity, inasmuch as organic processes, life-processes take
    • organic activity.
    • more with the organs and arising in us through smell or taste or
    • belongs to the soul. Will therefore reveals itself in organic
    • permeates our limbs, our entire organism. The most that can be said is
    • consciousness of what lies in the will that works in our organism
    • have the counterbalance of our organic activity in the very forces
    • its right place, namely as the regulator of organic activity during
    • of the senses? I We have spoken of organic activity, activity of the
    • in the eye is that the outer world penetrates into the organism as it
    • that which infused Love into the living organism, guiding Eros through
    • subconsciousness, into purely organic activity and even into
    • sub-organic activity, must once again be lifted into the light of
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • how, with the help of his organs of speech he was able to manifest the
    • brought to expression through his larynx and his speech organs.
    • times when cosmic being still revealed itself in the inner organism of
    • the body and strengthen the speech organs; these are forces that, as
    • organs. The more interior speech organs are so formed out of Man's
    • essential being that they can produce vowels, and the organs nearer to
    • all imagined atomistically. The original idea was organic. There the
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • on in his environment. Later on it is only in the sense organs that
    • periphery of the human organism occurs only at a later stage in life.
    • behave no longer like a sense organ but to assimilate something in the
    • as physical body, in the maternal organism. With this physical body we
    • periphery of the organism — very little can be distinguished in
    • physical organism, a kind of etheric heart — a substitute etheric
    • as a very young child — we find a multitude of single organs
    • slips into the physical organs — primarily into those organs which
    • life, slip by degrees into the brain formation and saturate the organs
    • organism; others again into the heart, and through the heart into the
    • organs. Thus we see the whole astral body, which man brings with him
    • gradually into the organs. It slides into the organs. This way of
    • adult life, our organs have imprisoned in them the several forms and
    • human organs; they cannot be truly understood unless we also
    • first place that every single organ bears within it, in a sense, an
    • physical and etheric organs.
    • important organ which it is for man.
    • the physical organs the concrete forms which it brings with it from
    • another life. It sends them down into the physical organs, so that
    • physical organs. The astral body more and more becomes a cloud of
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  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • How the single organs, the form and functions of the body have been
    • organs. Gazing at the statue of the god, his whole heart cried out:
    • view everything from the head — the organ belonging to these
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • animal organizes its life according to its natural surroundings.
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • organization of the human being is spiritually prepared during the
    • organization before the human being enters with his ego into earthly
    • existence. This spiritual organization continues to be active
    • visible. The outwardly visible aspect of this spiritual organization
    • organization when the human being attains a free physical existence
    • organization continues to be active in the human being throughout his
    • organization, the etheric organization (and therefore the body of
    • formative forces), and the physical organization. Of course in the
    • human being after birth the physical organization of the invisible
    • man is inserted into the other human physical organization, but in
    • the invisible man can lay hold of the physical organization.
    • have first the ego organization (yellow); then we have the astral
    • organization (red), then the etheric organization (blue), and finally
    • we have the physical organization (white). This physical organization
    • the human organization. All currents, all effects of forces in this
    • invisible man proceed from the ego organization into the astral, then
    • into the etheric, and on into the physical organization (see arrow).
    • They then spread out in the physical organization. In the human
    • embryo, what we call here the physical organization of the invisible
    • human being after birth, however, the physical organization of the
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  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • never proceed within the human organism in the same form in which they
    • in the substance. Thus man also takes into his organism these processes,
    • in nature; but he transforms it immediately in his organism —
    • the human organism, can only be understood if one attains a
    • organism, or with which we treat the human organism, continues to work
    • in that organism.
    • the living being, but at the corpse; here and there a piece of the organism
    • other relationships, then, as at night all cows are grey, all organs are the
    • science which acquaints itself with the uniqueness of the separate organs
    • inwardly the limbs are organically connected with the metabolic organs.
    • continued inwardly into the metabolic organs and, similarly, how the
    • in the limbs and the attached metabolic organs.
    • primarily in the head, but it extends over the entire organism. The head
    • organization spreads out through the entire organism. Similarly, the
    • organism. Spatially speaking the human being is entirely metabolic-limb
    • system, were not organized as it is, then we could never have typhoid
    • fever. If our lower body were not organized as it is, we could never have
    • activity which belongs to one organ system asserts itself in another place,
    • in another organ system.
    • smallest parts in the tissues of the organism. But one does not see the
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  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • inner organs which are the organs of respiration, and with our Ego we
    • and Archai are then indwelling the self-same organs in which the
    • human Ego dwells in waking life by day. Moreover in the breathing organs
    • organs while we are outside — until we re-awaken. And what is more,
    • caring for the organs which are assigned to the etheric body. As to
    • those physical and etheric organs on the other hand which are deserted
    • Hierarchy — Kyriotetes, Dynamis and Exusiai. Lastly, the organs
    • being of man, entering into the organs of speech and song. Never
    • should we be able to speak through these organs if they were not
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • organization, a Form, in which the Christianity of the Sixth Root Race
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • developing organs which can perceive spiritual truths (just as Nature
    • has built for him organs of sense), then his thought ceases to remain
    • organization of the plant, and that it is the very simplest thing that
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • the organs of the physical body here within the physical world. We
    • all those forces which, working in from the Cosmos, organise our own
    • our friends at a General Meeting in Berlin about the physical organism
    • part of the organism. No one was able to understand at all that a bone
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • move their speech organs. Before that, when they could not yet talk,
    • must always move some organs. From mere fidgeting the child must
    • progress to regular movements, carried out by the speech organs in
    • “sculpt” the brain. The organs the child moves carry
    • with the brain through nerves and through other organs. This L
    • the organs the child activates through observation are at work here
    • other sense organs perceive what takes place in the world around
    • through their eyes or any other organ, especially the ears. In other
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • THE SENSE-ORGANS
    • the world through the realm of his senses and the organs of his
    • man has been given in his lower organs and his lower activities a
    • with the senses which serve the bodily organism only in an internal
    • the life-processes work through the whole organism, circling through
    • said that during the Old Moon period our present sense-organs were
    • still organs of life, still worked as life-organs, and that our
    • present life-organs were then more in the realm of the soul. Think of
    • occur in the present earthly organisation of the human being in such
    • organisation in a way that is inappropriate for them as Moon visions.
    • period and does things as they are done with an earthly organism,
    • organism cannot cope with the vision, is in a sense impregnated by
    • a vision on someone made ill by it. If the physical organism is so
    • period, and yet to adapt this behaviour to his present organism.
    • sense-organs which today is possessed only to this degree by the
    • life-organs. The life-organs are imbued with a strong activity of
    • life-organs, are now poured into the sense-organs. The eye not only
    • Permeation by life streams hack into the sense organs, so we can say
    • that the sense-organs become in a certain way life-regions once
    • are not separate as in the present organism, but set up a kind of
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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • A real understanding of the social organism will be achieved only when
    • way. The human organism has a “man in the middle,” with
    • with his organism — he thinks: There inside is the organism,
    • activities of the human organism.
    • social organism, too, can be healthy only when the three elements work
    • organism will be just as impossible as if man wanted to consist only
    • all the powers of the social organism if we are to create a healthy
    • organism.
    • is false if the legal organisation intervenes in the initiatives
    • system and must be organised cooperatively, in a way that is
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • the head, the organs of the breast system, and the organs of the
    • the system and organisation of the limbs. Relatively speaking, these
    • three systems of the human organism are independent one of another.
    • In this connection it has to be an organ of the rhythmic system, hence
    • organism, and they indicate a knowledge of the inner being of Man.
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • interplay between these Moon forces and the Sun forces. The organism
    • their own forces within the human organism, there would be nothing but
    • head-organisation. The Sun forces work within the organism as well,
    • when they are introduced into his organism either through eating or
    • drinking. But within the organism they are received into the realm of
    • directions of cosmic space are also working in the human organism. The
    • the part of the organism that is encircled and permeated by the
    • the organism — that part which lies below the heart.
    • that is organically connected with the head. The formation of this
    • part of the organism is dependent, mainly, upon the Sun's influences.
    • influences working upon that part of the human organism which lies
    • which the astral body is membered into the whole human organism. The
    • properly connected with his physical organisation. This lies at the
    • the organism as a whole through the nervous system, so is Jupiter
    • of the astral body in the human organism, with the faculty of thinking
    • forces work in the part of the human organism that lies below the
    • human organism. The working of the astral body in the breathing and
    • circulatory functions of the human organism is regulated by Mercury.
    • human organism. Because this is so, the Mercury forces intervene, as
    • Then we come again to the Moon. The Moon forces in the human organism
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  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • Spiritual Relationships in the Human Organism.
    • des Menschlichen Organismus
    • has thus been formed can it undertake its task as a sense-organ
    • ear. And now once more: Above the thigh we have the inner organs, the
    • abdominal organs. The cochlea within the ear is none other than
    • a beautiful, elaborate metamorphosis of these inner organs. And so you
    • organs are comparatively small appendages. Now — if it only
    • spiritual and pre-earthly existence. In our lower human organisation
    • we have forgotten the pre-earthly life; we have adapted our organism
    • comes into being, we can always tell, of any system of organs, how its
    • again into a head-organisation. The way you move here upon Earth
    • head-organisation in the Spirit, to become an actual head once more in
    • It is only here on Earth that we adapt our organs of speech to human
    • speech. Out of this Cosmic speech our whole organ of speech and song
    • and orientation in space, so do we transform the organ of speech and
    • With the organ of speech there is an intermediate position.
    • forms our larynx and all our organs of speech and song. We only forget
    • hold of him. An organ like the human eye or ear has in fact been
    • and so forth: all this is sense-perception; and the organs for this
    • organism, are formed and built out of the highest Spiritual regions.
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  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • elements in the human organism at puberty. If young people are rightly
    • certainly quite unnecessary to begin to organize educational homes in
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • the world in such a way that their deeds are hidden in social organizations
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • organs of perception his will is not active in the delicate movements
    • sense-organs themselves, or more exactly the sites of the
    • sense-organs, are not filled by any activity during sleep. Over its
    • those places where the sense-organs are located, a continual lively
    • on in the interior of man; there is no organ within the physical body
    • his organism — continues during sleep itself as a music,
    • the human sense-organs towards the interior of man. In this stream the
    • into the interior of man's organism. If one is looking at some shining
    • music, which comes from the region of the organs of hearing; the
    • — all these become an organically coherent etheric system. (When
    • then forms a kind of etheric organism which is compounded of the
    • influence one another mutually, and form an organism — the
    • etheric organism of man. If one contemplates this etheric organism
    • The result is an exceptionally beautiful and impressive etheric organ.
    • And beholding it more closely, one can see that this organ permeates
    • through this organ — which develops in this confluence of the
    • in accordance with the perceptions of the soul-organ most immediately
    • speech in man's organism. But in the development of this
    • organism, like the hair upon our own organism. Men knew that all these
    • must be formed in such a way that it can become the organ of thought,
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  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • world is dependent on my eyes, and other organs of sense.’ But
    • From subordinate animal organs the light calls forth for itself an
    • organ akin to its own nature. The eye builds itself up in the light,
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • Beethoven): “The primal organs of creation and of nature are
    • organs of creation, we can well understand why in his musical dramas
    • the long E flat on the organ? Do we not feel here that individual
    • instruments verily as if they were the primal organs of Nature.
    • female organs of fertilisation, corresponds to the sexual system in
    • chaste as that of the plant, and his organs of reproduction
    • ideal was known as the Holy Grail the transformed reproductive organs
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • head-organisation of man, the seventy-two sub-heavenly Powers with the
    • phosphorus, lime-stone, etc., within the human organism. We relate the
    • taught how the organism of man is related to the forty-two earthly
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
    • THE SOCIAL ORGANISM
    • and intermingling activity during his physical life begin to organise
    • public life must now be organised into THREE SPHERES. In public
    • the “threefold social organism”, which is now being
    • reason I think that the necessity of a threefold social organism will
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • higher members of the human organisation are also borne in mind.
    • follows: The tongue is a cuttlefish, other organs are something else.
    • concerning all the organs and also concerning the human head. It will
    • discover that the other organs depend very strongly upon hereditary
    • the formation of the other organs. The whole cosmos participates in
    • you study a skeleton) is the remaining organism; the spine is
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • We can see from the organization and development of the Persian
    • element, into the great idea of the organization of States. The
    • not in any way qualified for the task of organizing States. This
    • its civilization to carry the outer form of organization out on to the
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    • are uttered by the speech organs and articulated into the word.
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    • repeat it: If we did not have our sense organs, we could know nothing
    • connection through the sense organs with the physical world, falls
    • which contains all its individual beings organically within itself,
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    • know, the expression in the boys of an organic process, which occurs
    • the voice, extending from the sexual essences of the organism, in
    • organism. Today the voice breaks; in those days the thoughts ‘broke’
    • so far as it is won from the atmosphere, but it is in organic
    • the rest of the organism, that has also grown coarser. So that in
    • organized.
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    • change of voice or some other part of the bodily organism, but they
    • from the depths of the bodily organization — as in the change
    • power of the animal organization and functions invisibly upon his
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    • organ of knowledge, all that concerned the forces of the larynx. The
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    • regard the head of man differently from the rest of the organism.
    • With the rest of the organism one must far more have in mind what is
    • through a quite different development from the rest of the organism.
    • The head develops quickly, the remaining organism slowly. The
    • very little further. The rest of the organism is still little
    • does our skeleton show the head and the remaining organism, but life
    • of our organism slowly. At our present time the head develops
    • of the organism needs the whole of life up to death to do this. One
    • head; love, which comes from the rest of the organism, does not
    • man's organism, that is to say from the spiritual part of the
    • organism. The miracle will be accomplished when men also learn to
    • complete all-round developed organism of soul and spirit, he must be
    • the earth, the rest of our organism takes no part in it, the rest of
    • our organism withdraws itself from cosmic events. Our head which, as
    • the earth performs in celestial space. Our remaining organism which
    • organism to participate today in the speed of the earth, were it
    • as we do. It is the spiritual part of the remaining organism which
    • than the rest of the organism. Then the human being takes his
    • of my organization, and this does not follow the movements of the
    • his head, and in the remaining organism is withdrawn from the
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    • of our organism, in so far as it is physical, through a kind of
    • living here between birth and death, for the rest of the organism
    • organism, it is another matter. And therefore it is very important
    • through heredity by being added to the rest of the organism. That man
    • organism — this will be discovered even by natural science. But
    • the rest of the organism must first affect the head (it can do so of
    • is a hard globe. It is indeed a hard globe, and among all the organs
    • while man lives here on earth, the rest of his organism, apart from
    • forces. This remaining organism imbues itself with them, and it is
    • these forces which can rejuvenate the organism from without, as I
    • that is connected with the remaining organism there work the
    • earth, the rest of our organism is adapted to make us resurrect, for
    • physical organism falls away from us, our spiritual part with our
    • our spirit organism. But we can only develop it in the right way for
    • takes in needs a few years for it to become at home in his organism.
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    • forces of the metamorphosed astral body. What is organized from
    • without, from the skin inwards, including the sense organs, is built
    • for us from out of the cosmos. But what is brought forth organically
    • itself drawn toward the earth, creates the organization from within
    • outwards, which is counter to the other organization; it creates
    • rather the bone-muscle organization, and so forth, the part which
    • concerned, we are organized by the macrocosm, but what streams
    • skin-sense formation, is organized by the earth.
    • chooses our head, so to speak, as its chief organ, our head which has
    • been formed from without as a skin-sense organ. The rest of the
    • skin-sense organization is, so to speak, only an appendage of the
    • head. Our will organization, however, expresses itself in what is
    • which has its outward organ chiefly in the rhythmic system of man,
    • in the middle between the head organization proper, which is
    • circuit of the former astral body, and our will organization, which
    • just in our head organization something formed by the macrocosm, we
    • knowledge of the human organization as seen from within; they are not
    • based on an external examination of the organism as a corpse, —
    • organism for this earth life, from the spiritual aspect it contains
    • notably strong tendency to form the physical organism in a way that
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    • organism is concerned, sleep is nothing but repose, a state in which
    • evolution, Ego and astral body have no organs wherewith to become
    • specific development of an organ situated at the left side of the
    • organ of speech lies at the right side of the brain. These facts
    • human organism is thought to be. But it is by no means so.
    • human organism raises itself like a machine to the upright position,
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    • The Greek did not enter into what we call ‘inorganic Nature’
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    • the marvellous organ it eventually becomes in the course of life. It
    • organ, allowing the formative forces of the soul to express
    • proceeds, fundamentally, from diseased bodily organs which as it were
    • our organism since the beginning of earthly life. The Imagination
    • other than the forces working actively in the organism — in
    • from the outer world enters the breathing organs as a reality, so
    • unconscious, purely organic process. In that he experienced this
    • organs; how in a world of soul-and-spirit before birth or conception,
    • but recognising how our organs have been created, how ether-body,
    • understand the nature of the human bodily organisation, when we
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    • nerve-sensory organisation, in regard to his life of thoughts. He
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    • begins to think, and the organs through which the earth thinks are
    • brain-molecule of the earth. Our physical body is organised in such a
    • physical body as an organ of thinking, because it is organised for
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    • human organism. The outer substances which the plants absorb from
    • the process which goes on in man’s organism. The forms, as they
    • organic fluids.
    • it is first dissolved by means of the fluids in the organism, but we
    • re-forming process undergone by substance within the organism of man.
    • and which then spreads through his whole organism. This air which
    • organism.
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    • oesophagus and digestive organs. He felt that he was one with the
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    • death, without doing anything towards it. His body is organised in
    • to be a member of the human organism. Then, in union with the earth,
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    • together as in one organic whole, but this working together must take
    • place in the right way. In the human organism it is quite
    • work in the human organism distinct and separate from one another; it
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    • the senses. We then proceed, by studying that form of organisation
    • etheric body is an organism having super-sensible character,
    • strange. But our sense-organs — you know this from other
    • organs lie on the surface, the more spiritual are the forces from
    • Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs which we now
    • organism of forces, as a cosmos of forces, within the whole world.
    • world is reflected, here on earth, in our physical organs and through
    • organs only when they are not quite in order; we are then to some
    • wonderful constitution of our organs, of our inner organs. Our heart
    • structure of our organism, of this great work of art, arises within
    • connected with our head or with our organism in so far as these are
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    • in there, must come out of the organism of the earth itself out of
    • are three parts, almost organs of one might being, whose body lives
    • they can work. They organise, as it were, an army in order to
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    • organizational and developmental aspects of the Society, for I see it
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    • consists of an inner blend — an inwardly organised blend of the four
    • light-ether, we see our own little organised etheric body with its movements.
    • darkness. This is because the organisation of the physical body and etheric
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    • his organic nature. Man keeps this part of the etheric body for his
    • own use; he uses it neither for growth nor for his natural organic
    • development, but keeps it as a free organ with which he can take in
    • organ, and we can now ask ourselves whether this free etheric organ
    • being, your whole spiritual organism. Far from it. If you saw a rose
    • remains within the whole spiritual organism. What does it do there?
    • etheric organ. The moment it sinks into oblivion it begins to work.
    • a hindrance to development. Everything in an organism that is not
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    • other organ of man's physical body, because these other organs are
    • of the living essence within the organism. Blood is the expression of
    • are certain ailments in man's organism which can only be
    • certain ailments in man's organism that point to an illness of the
    • is within our organism. We have heard often enough that man has
    • organs in accordance with what they thrust forth. Even when the
    • mineral kingdom was pushed out, certain specific inner organs arose.
    • must know that the human organs that come under the influence of the
    • images of the planets to the constellation of man's organs. Thus the
    • of the mutual relationships of man's organs in so far as they
    • illness having its effect on the other organs mentioned, in fact if
    • interconnections of the organs when there is an etheric illness, and
    • organs are interconnected in a regular way, these illnesses are the
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    • the vocal cords and the other speech organs. It makes a great
    • organised in such a way that they were a likeness of the spiritual
    • body into his organism himself to begin with as he comes down from
    • animal substances on the human organism, and then we shall go on to
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    • Then the organism starts revolting against the defect and applies
    • forces in his organism to put this defect right again. This revolt of
    • the whole organism against the defect expresses itself as a rule in a
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    • On the contrary, the temperature is something that the organism calls
    • temperature is the organism's defence against the illness. There is
    • some damage in the organism, in the lungs, say. When the human being
    • particular organ of the human body is upset. Then the whole organism
    • on in the whole organism, otherwise the organism would not need to
    • of this massing of forces in the organism is the temperature.
    • various organs of the human body came into existence and developed at
    • organism is extremely complex and its individual organs came into
    • these organs were developed further at a later stage of evolution.
    • Everything in the physical organism is an expression or outcome of
    • man's higher members, so that each physical organ expresses the
    • higher Organisation of the higher members. What we call the lungs
    • organised in connection with the four quarters of the moon. Now just
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    • of these members comes to expression in certain organs and organ
    • compensating deed could be one to which our own organism is not
    • equal. Our organism is also dependent on the forces of heredity. This
    • heredity, and is capable of re-forming the organism during the course
    • strong enough to overcome certain things in the organism. In the
    • favourable, but his inner strength cannot take hold of his organs and
    • struggles, as it were, with its unusable organ, attacks it and
    • destroys it. When the organ that should have been instrumental in
    • of healing, and the forces of the organism have to be called up to
    • restore the organ. This organ, which was destroyed because it was
    • to mould the growth and development of this organ in the course of
    • organ in the way it needs, the unsuitable organ has to be destroyed
    • organism, after which he can then be in control of it in all his
    • necessitates having a certain part of our brain organised in a
    • the necessary harmony in the organism. At a certain point in his life
    • come to expression. But an essential organ is missing. So what
    • deep-seated karmic cause. And again part of the organism has to be
    • organ the soul senses which are the right forces in the other
    • through the resistance. Then this offending organ must inevitably be
    • feeling of release that the blockage has really gone and the organ
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    • to transform man's organism, assuming that circumstances are normal,
    • brain and the other organs so that they may become its instruments.
    • their way into the general organism. If we wanted to speak of the
    • individuality's work on the organism before birth, that is quite
    • the mother. But the actual work of the individuality on the organism
    • gradually transforms the organism, so that it becomes not only the
    • 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
    • the organism, that is, if it is not individual, the feeling of
    • of the strings which direct the organism from within, the child can
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    • on the form which enabled it to mould all the organs, heart, brain,
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    • circumstance that we are able to destroy our organism perpetually.
    • the end of a life we have a brittle organism is evidence that our
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    • forces which cause the organs of the plant to fold up limply when
    • organism. What the sun does to the plant, the Ego and astral body do
    • to the organs of the human being. Hence we can say: the plant's body
    • organs. If we make ourselves consciously aware of the fact that with
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    • his organism? He knows nothing of them through direct perception and
    • organising, vitalising, strengthening effect upon what is within his
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    • to the Ego. The bodily organs are pervaded by the Spirits of Form
    • corresponding etheric organs is maintained. Between death and rebirth
    • head is the most fully developed of all the physical organs, even in
    • organs of the human being quite differently in each case — the
    • Now there is one organ in man in which, even if he is
    • corresponding physical part remains immobile. This organ is the brain
    • case that at the top of the brain there appeared not only the organ
    • thinker and mould the brain into becoming the organ of thinking —
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    • his organism, lay hold of it, but in such a way that they now act as
    • mind we can say that man, in his outer stature, has been organised by
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    • destruction in the organism are the precondition of the life of soul.
    • around us with the ordinary organs of perception, with the organ of
    • whole organism. We bear it about with us but we cannot observe it in
    • destruction in the human organism as the precondition of man's life
    • organism is perceived as outer world. The outer world is then the
    • sleep. During sleep we feel that our inner organs are part of the
    • of our inner organs, we gaze at the human body that is in process of
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    • after death, also inability to mould the physical organs efficiently
    • upon our physical body possessing organs which enable us to come in
    • and mould his organs; he can fashion them in an imperfect form only
    • forces wherewith to create even the organs enabling him to think,
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    • experience. When the sense-organs fall away at death, all
    • this is impossible because he has discarded the sense-organs. The
    • accustomed on Earth and — because the sense-organs have been
    • necessary sense-organs have been discarded, a world in which no being
    • can possibly have sense-organs formed entirely of substance of the
    • physical bodily organisation and of physical conditions on the Earth
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    • principles held sway in these bodies, they were not so organised as
    • forces which governed the sense-organs of these bodies, they would
    • so that these forces would not turn the senses into mere organs of
    • changed in such a way that instead of being mere organs of sympathy
    • and antipathy, they became organs that human beings could use, and so
    • such a way that the human sense organs, which derive essentially from
    • solar activity, did not become organs of mere sympathy and antipathy.
    • vital organs, and their underlying forces in the etheric body, which
    • these organs — the organs of breathing, blood circulation and
    • of Lucifer and Ahriman in such a way that the vital organs would have
    • these vital organs do not flow in directly from the Sun, but from the
    • Lucifer and Ahriman, the vital organs would have become merely organs
    • of greed or organs of loathing. For example, a man would not have
    • it became possible for moderation to be implanted in the vital organs
    • sense-organs, so moderation was now bestowed on the vital organs.
    • sense organs were in a condition serviceable for man on Earth, and so
    • were the vital organs. But it was not so with the soul-organs,
    • soul-organs would have become disordered. I mean that willing would
    • it were to a perpetually chaotic use of these soul-organs. They would
    • breathing with the speech organ and the heart is the bodily
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    • mean an animal in the ordinary sense, but a living organism.] “One
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    • spirituality, how a thought-organism, leaving aside the world
    • The diagram is organised not only by a horizontal and vertical grid,
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    • the physical organism of man, leaving out of account altogether the
    • the forces which underlie the organs connected with the formation of
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    • organism, or in such a way that forces which are in no way connected
    • with the human organism have an influence upon it. This kind of
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    • our organism — albeit, it is our etheric organism. In our
    • etheric organism they are constantly taking place — we may
    • as our organ of communication with the entire cosmic-elemental world.
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    • proceed by studying that form of organization which we designate as
    • inaccessible to our ordinary science. The etheric body is an organism
    • This must sound strange. But our sense-organs —
    • more our organs lie on the surface, the more spiritual are the forces
    • period, during the Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs
    • of forces, of an organism of forces, as a cosmos of forces, within
    • earth in our physical organs and through our physical being.
    • We can feel our organs only when they are not quite in
    • of our organs, of our inner organs. Our heart grows tired, yet this
    • The lofty, wonderful structure of our organism, of this
    • show that he is not connected with our head or with our organism in
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    • earth, is warmth. Our whole physical organism finally
    • impression strikes our sense-organs, and the moment we grow conscious
    • strikes their sense-organs, and the moment in which the impression
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    • other organs of perception. The first thing to be done, must be
    • to the external organs of perception; a Folk-spirit does not present
    • ‘ I ’ itself as inwardly organized. It works
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    • directly seen with external organs of perception, with physical eyes,
    • it — that is to say, a living organizing principle can have an
    • and organize it. Therefore the ground is sought out, if it proves to
    • organization, they work into the physical body, so that they set the
    • epoch of time are formed and organized by the physical work of higher
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    • about which makes man's present organization possible. We have
    • evolution and remain behind, in order to affect the organization of
    • ‘ I ’-organization. If we consider them
    • going-back begins, and his etheric and astral organizations crumble
    • permeates the human organization, so that man becomes dependent upon
    • so far as he is dependent upon the physical organizing forces, not
    • organize his growth in size. Then the spiritual must begin and the
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    • there that the solid forms are produced. Man has at first no organs
    • organs with which to look into that which is woven into the light.
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    • man is originally destined and organized by the Elohim to express in
    • down in the unconscious organism.
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    • in normal and abnormal development organize the races.
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    • air through our respiratory organs, which then transforms the air
    • which lives in us and organizes our speech, — that is to say,
    • produces the pulsation of the blood, so does that which organizes
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    • himself in the human organism. Man would see the world differently if
    • country are the great Powers, the Luminous Ones. He is organized for
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    • tribes, and yet as members of one organism and belonging to the unity
    • of the organism. At that time each individual still felt himself to
    • an abstract but an organic unity, that thus only can this be
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    • We are told that in future persons in whom the organs of
    • mankind is intended to progress, it is organized for the development
    • school for that which is to come. Humanity is now organized for
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    • out of the earth that man's organism developed in such a way as to make it
    • organism, out of his body and soul, pictures such as arose in ancient,
    • studying the corpse they learn about the bones and the rest of the organism. By
    • to learn something about the mineral part of the human organism. With this kind
    • cannot perceive the inner, organic connection between the head and the rest of
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    • far as they are bound up with his bodily organism. If, for instance, it
    • out of another. This results in an organism, which has inner laws in
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    • they rise up from the organism and, unlike our thoughts, do not
    • discovered the secrets of his organism.
    • lungs, and so on, and in understanding the organs individually we
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    • organism is formed. The whole of a Greek's general education
    • interwoven with man's whole organism; for instance, in the
    • they could feel and experience how the organic and the soul were
    • related. They had an immediately-felt knowledge of their own organism
    • inter-relationship. They could permeate their whole organism with
    • ourselves feel withdrawn when we experience in the organic process of
    • muscular tension the activity of the soul in our organism, and the
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    • organism from such an experience are just the same in both cases. As
    • into his very organism the effects of his association with the
    • organism and in human life, man is connected — in the first
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    • It works upon the human organism during the next incarnation.
    • incarnation they must descend right down into the physical organism.
    • fundamental organic quality also of the physical body.
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    • world conception are allowed, as it were, to run inorganically side
    • by side. Consider how inorganic and disunited are in many cases a
    • of the social organism.
    • But we must acquire an organ capable of grasping what our present
    • time really needs. It will be difficult to acquire this organ in the
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    • earth — we feel as if we lived within a great organism. We
    • ourselves grow into the organism of the earth; within it we
    • for example, feel that it belongs to our organism — if the
    • manner described and become part of the whole earthly organism,
    • vegetable activity in the organism abandoned by the astral body
    • in our organism during the night.
    • organism. In the present time, occult immersion in the world
    • processes which take place in the human organism, in order that
    • this secret Saturn-organism and its existence reveals a life and
    • organism to its own elemental forces, without maltreating it. We
    • Sun. This too is relatively old. The Sun forces organized man's
    • form, many things will be pressed into their organism; they will
    • might say, an organic connection of inner soul activities which
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    • only so far as to be able to say that any organ, any structure in
    • man, derives from the corresponding organ or structure in the animal
    • blood and in his other organs by his physically inherited
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    • perhaps because his organism is not in a state to digest it, or for
    • like having to live in the world without the organs for receiving
    • that we have to examine the inorganic processes in Nature in
    • physical organs. When we are active and creative, we — so to
    • organically”, experiencing them with one's whole being.
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    • inherent in the organisation of his own body, than was the
    • to do with myself, I don't know how to organise my life.” This
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    • but an integral part of the organism. Men felt themselves to be members
    • when we breathe. When we inhale, the breath is driven into the organism, up
    • into his whole organism. He did not merely think, but felt the thought as a
    • organism. The result of this was that there arose in the yogi an enhanced
    • of space. Space is not haphazard, but organized in such a way that the
    • his spirit-soul nature drew out of his organism.
    • soul and spirit of man are connected with the physical organism between
    • birth and death in accordance with the human organization as a whole. When
    • endured just to make his soul organism free. The ascetic experienced
    • the spiritual world with the soul organism that had been driven out
    • the fact that when man is completely bound up with his organism, as of
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    • Healing of the Social Organism.
    • Heilfaktoren Fuer den Sozialen Organismus,
    • back into the ancient past we find that man remained capable of organic
    • life which ran in a parallelism between the physical organisation and
    • the organisation of soul and spirit. Then, in relation to earthly life,
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • female organism, representing imitations of rhythms in outer
    • in the organs of the body).
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • regarded as mere mineral matter — including some organic
    • of the Earth is a kind of organ in that organism which reveals itself
    • throughout the growth of Nature. The Earth's surface is a real organ,
    • say to ourselves: Above the human diaphragm there are certain organs
    • organs.
    • in man, the abdominal organs. On the other hand, that which takes
    • works upon the rest of our organism, notably in childhood, but also
    • individuality, a living organism, living even in time. The life of
    • organism will grow. The new organism, infinitely complex as it is,
    • complexity. But a new organism could never arise out of this
    • complexity. The organism does not arise out of the seed in that way
    • seed-formation, the earthly process of organisation is carried to the
    • of the seed the new organism is built up again out of the whole
    • Universe. The parent organism has to play this part: through its
    • organism is built out of the Cosmos, it is also necessary for us to
    • preserve the cosmic process in the organism long enough — that
    • in the organisation of some plant before it reached the point of
    • their organic processes they bring forth just the amount of manure
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • paths in the human organism, we should perceive in it once more a
    • universal All, where there is nothing more of this organisation or
    • Indeed, the entire organism of the plant-world is dissolved into two
    • of nitrogen-breathing, and the entire organism of the plant-world is
    • at the remaining organs, which breathe in a far more hidden way and
    • placed in the total organism of the plant-world, like the single
    • human organs in the total organism of man. We must regard the several
    • plants are so organised as to bring to expression, most of all, what
    • cravings. See how it all becomes organic and alive! Take the chalk or
    • nothing for itself. It is like our own sense organs. They too do not
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • — this, for the most part, is received through the sense-organs,
    • in an even finer state through the sense-organs (even the eyes) —
    • Passage through the organism — Excretion in the widest sense.”
    • inorganic mineral earth with fruitful humus-substance, or with any waste
    • earth enough organic residues, and decomposing them sufficiently, to
    • the inner life of an organic entity also includes currents of forces
    • are pressed back. Moreover, outside it the organic entity is surrounded
    • way — how the organic entity establishes the right relationship
    • organism — all that is inside the contours of the skin —
    • outer world, the organism must live in this way: through the contours
    • the scent-kindling life within it. So we might say: an organic body
    • outwardly. Towards the outer world, the organism — notably the
    • plant-organism — is predestined not to give off smell,
    • human organism.
    • in the human organism to which I now refer is plant-like; plant-like,
    • the question, why do cows have horns? I said just now that an organic
    • an organic entity — of a lumpy and massive shape. It would have
    • It would be very irregular; a lumpy organism — an ungainly creature.
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • well in modern times to treat the manure in various ways with inorganic
    • it is necessary not only to quicken and organise the water — for
    • can only do by working with organic matter, bringing it into
    • such a condition that it is able to organise and vitalise the solid
    • we need in the organic world are really set free — provided
    • to come together in the right way with other substances in the organic
    • of the plant organism which become rigid structure or framework in many
    • the potash content that it relates itself rightly, within the organic
    • organic places. Yarrow stands out in Nature as though some creator of
    • working of yarrow in the animal or human organism —if you know
    • is intensely preserved, both in the human and in the animal organism,
    • things. We never go out of the living realm into that of inorganic chemistry.
    • draw them into an organic process.
    • which camomile undergoes in the human and animal organism, when taken
    • the camomile must undergo in the human or animal organism. In this case,
    • inner organisation — it is wonderfully similar to what the heart
    • is in the human organism. The stinging nettle is the greatest boon.
    • we can know precisely what happens in the organism in terms of modern
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • Earth by the Moon. It is indeed a strong and powerfully organising cosmic
    • (or with any one of its organs) than it should normally be. In such
    • of soil for other organisms. Parasites and fungoid growths arise all
    • the strange influence which equisetum arvense has upon the human organism
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • it would grow organised into a single entity. Down there in the soil
    • the saps and fluids would flow into one another. There would be an organised
    • Organically
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • the organism, is altogether wrong. That is what they imagine nowadays,
    • the fact that a living organism is essentially different from a crystal
    • organism. But we should also understand the opposite pole. This is a
    • animal there is no such sharply outlined three-folding of the organism
    • organism and the organism of metabolism, and the limbs are well marked
    • organism more or less melts away — at least, in many animals it
    • does so. Something that still comes from the sense-organism passes into
    • the rhythmic; likewise, something that comes from the metabolic organism.
    • organisation, mainly localised in the head. There is the organisation
    • of metabolism and the limbs — organised in the posterior parts
    • really speak of a two-foldness of the organism — such, however,
    • animal organisation arises.
    • that is present as substances in the head-organisation, is composed
    • into the head-organisation. The whole embryonic organisation is so arranged
    • other hand, all that we have as substantiality in the organisation of
    • be from one that is able to make use of its senses, its organ of smell,
    • for the whole essence of the anima's organisation?
    • Cut out this noblest organ of the animal — the brain — there
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    • the inorganic world.
    • he fits himself into the inorganic world. We might also
    • inorganic world and seeking the balance.
    • himself into the inorganic world and seeks
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    • in the cosmos in a right way for the building up of the ether organism of the
    • spaces of the cosmos may be able to sink down to earth. This ether organism
    • of the human being is just as much an organized entity as is the physical
    • organism. The physical organism — we see how it has head, arms, hands,
    • for spiritual vision, this physical organism is shone through and glowed by
    • the ether organism. The physical organism breathes in air, and breathes out
    • air. The ether organism breathes out light, and this light it gives to us.
    • human organism and united themselves with human life; and this very fact made
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    • sure of what takes place within our organism, where processes may
    • sets before the soul a kind of thought-organism. When we have a
    • another. Even as in the human organism we cannot pass over at will
    • neck, then the shoulders, the thorax, etc., even as in an organism
    • an organic structure.
    • sense-organ is turned to some external object, the perception can be
    • experienced only as long as our sense-organ is exposed to it. In the
    • Those who reach such an organic-morphological way of thinking which
    • great tableau in which we simultaneously survey all the organic
    • that inner life which works upon the physical organism from the
    • upon the physical organism.
    • organism. Let me now give you an example, an elementary but
    • physical organism which he formerly required. The forces which push
    • appear. They exist however in the whole physical organism.
    • second teeth were latent forces, bound up with the physical organism.
    • bodily organisation are inter-related. This is not seen
    • whereas formerly they were submerged in the physical organism.
    • organisation. This is what is presented in the tableau which I have
    • them either by discarding them from our soul, or the organism sees to
    • other, even as in a living organism one limb is connected with the
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    • super-sensible world first needs a healthy organ of perception, just
    • as healthy sense organs are needed for outer sense observation. The
    • second thing one needs, in addition to the organ of perception, is a
    • condition, despite complete knowledge of his organ impairment, to
    • sense organs. I bring this up only as a
    • real organs of spirit through which he can look into the
    • super-sensible world. These spiritual organs must be developed in the
    • development of the higher spiritual organs, which can be brought
    • surrenders itself to the object, leads to unsound organs of spiritual
    • organs. Here we are again at the point that we have often mentioned
    • unsound spiritual organs.
    • unsound intelligence, lead to faulty spiritual organs, so will a
    • developed. The spiritual organs and the super-sensible consciousness
    • ordinary life only because he does not have the appropriate organs to
    • human being is endowed with the higher organs of observation. If what
    • has transformed itself into an organ of perception for the spiritual
    • means wanting to enter the spiritual world with inadequate organs of
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    • Reorganization of the Social Organism.
    • Neuegestaltung des Sozialen Organismus.
    • Reorganization of the Social Organism.
    • Neuegestaltung des Sozialen Organismus.
    • organisation and the organisation that comes to expression in man's
    • organisation. Inner perception shows us how thinking, especially this
    • introduce it, however, to the head organisation. But then this
    • head organisation teaches us something that eludes ordinary
    • head organisation, and it is immediately evident that this
    • of partial dying, a breaking down of the head organisation's life
    • processes. This teaches us how the bodily head organisation actually
    • because our head is organised that way, death is at work in us
    • directly imprint into man's physical organisation the super-sensible
    • organisation. This finer body is the formative force — a thing
    • the motor nerves. The sensory nerves run from our sense organs (so
    • motion, as an organisation totally different from our head
    • organisation. In contrast to this head organisation, which I
    • dying, we discover that this organisation is constantly in the
    • developing all the time. Thus through the head organisation on the
    • organisation, the second super-sensible member of man's being, we
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    • our lifeless inorganic Earth, the mineral kingdom of our Earth. This
    • soul-and-spirit part of our so-called lifeless inorganic,
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    • In the human organism we have, in the first
    • parasite upon the rest of the organism. This is not so. If a brief
    • of the human organism. It is a general assumption of modern natural
    • organism. The feeling-life of man is connected directly with the
    • seemingly lowest division of the human organism — the metabolic
    • the three members of the physical organism — to the system of
    • organisation they are by no means absolutely the same the whole Earth
    • characteristic. The whole organisation of man as we see him in the
    • organ of thinking just as the oriental uses the organs connected with
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    • organism enshrining man, an organism whose soul is
    • animals and whose sense-organs are the crystals. All the
    • learning through the outer sense-organs to know the physical
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    • etheric organisation. What takes place there, rises up into
    • consciousness. What our physical organisation produces in our
    • then how man is organised materially as man; one learns to know to
    • what extent this material organisation is in control; but one
    • organism and make room for the thoughts, the ideas, then these
    • organisation. If it were not necessary out of a certain basis to
    • organism.
    • the activities of the organs and the reproductive process in us, damp
    • down our ordinary consciousness of the depths of the human organism,
    • it has its motive in pure thinking, substance in the human organism is
    • to death this process is latent in the human organism. An up-building
    • intuition, we live such a human life that, out of its organism,
    • other words, we see within the cosmos, in the human organism,
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    • science, and, at the same time, when organic and spiritual fields are
    • organised speech centre in a certain area of the brain, the so-called
    • organisation. One also knows to-day — and from accepted science
    • organism, as the three dimensions linked to our own subjective being.
    • applicable to external nature; in the first place, to inorganic,
    • kinetic relations between organic structures. Briefly, this fact
    • itself out until it reaches our organ of vision, and then our brain. The
    • exactly the same inner organisation as Plato, Aristotle or Scotus
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    • all that is symmetrically built into the human organism; and in the
    • “anthropos” as an organism, we do not find something
    • the human organism built in a definite way.
    • one's way into the human organism in order to have the three
    • formation, man's chest organism; they are formed as copies of his
    • said that the respiratory organisation, working in a refined state
    • metabolic organisation, through the formation of the mouth, offers
    • apprehension of the world and finds the wholly organic, natural
    • and song, through a definite group of organs, as a revelation of his
    • form. The movements of his vocal cords, his tongue and other organs
    • for every single organ and system of organs is, in a certain sense,
    • only a more complicated leaf. In every single organ he sees a whole
    • organic being metamorphosed in some way or other, and the whole
    • organic being is a metamorphosis of its individual members
    • metamorphosis of one single organic system: the glottal system. If
    • song and speech from one specialised organ. One is within the
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    • over the whole human organism. If it were to spread out over the
    • organism, turns it into a preparation, places it under a microscope,
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    • what they are inwardly. He cannot see it with outer organs of
    • sense. He must first get out of the sense-organs —
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    • limb-organisation, extending it — naturally to cover
    • the organs associated with the limbs, then we have something
    • the ages of Saturn, Sun, Moon. He takes his organism back
    • from its earthly form to what it was as Saturn organism, Sun
    • organism, Moon organism. Similarly; his limb-organism, as
    • fashioned on Earth, will be further organised physically,
    • will go through reorganisation, during the embodiments of
    • organism.
    • future can grow out of the past, then man's limb-organisation
    • — that today here and there some society may organise
    • organisation, which is continually trying to make the
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    • and other organs, but that the Spirit has departed from the study of
    • we perceive him with all his organs and structures has been created
    • Very briefly expressed, the Spirit unfolds like an organism.
    • relate his organisation to the various substances of Nature
    • theories lose sight of the human being as such, and want to organise
    • observing the different organs, or the various processes which are
    • although efforts have been made to find the causes in other organic
    • organism.
    • disease has its source in disturbances of the organs, in
    • enlargements and contractions of the organs in man. A so-called
    • in an organ, in the heart, the liver, the lungs and so on. A
    • a healthy organism, have come into contact with defective
    • organs, with a diseased instead of a healthy liver, for example.
    • time before the moment when the defect becomes organically
    • psychical disease is invariably connected with some organic
    • mental or psychical diseases lies in the organic system of the
    • organology when the Spirit can be traced in the most minute parts of
    • organism, when they really understand the connection between the
    • organism and the soul that is sick, and when they know how the
    • organism. Spiritual Science teaches, moreover, that one cannot get to
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    • constructed and organised out of the very element of spoken sound and
    • organism as it stands before us here on earth, we know that it is
    • Nor is this confined by any means to the organs of speech and song
    • alone. These organs only represent the highest culmination of what is
    • part in the process. The process that goes on in the organ of speech
    • when we perceive the human organism as the harmony of all consonants,
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    • of the earth and its living organisms?
    • originating, according to present-day concepts, from organic beings
    • as the remains of prehistoric organic beings. Nor is it difficult to
    • were quite tiny beings today, standing within a human organism: if,
    • within it — like parasites of the entire living earth-organism,
    • living organism of our earth segregates out of its system as our
    • living organism segregates the hard parts, the bones from the soft
    • segregates from its organism the substances which today, as
    • not those which appertain to the animal, plant, or human organism.
    • process of the organism. Therefore we can say: As we live our waking
    • mighty organism which the earth once was. And when the earth
    • matter. Into that organism into which formerly were worked not only
    • organisms, but also the substances which today constitute our
    • earth-massif – into this organism flowed the effects of all
    • found in organic bodies.
    • spiritual science leads us back to the earth as an organism —
    • on the contrary, the earth was originally a mighty organism. From the
    • organism. Similarly, all rock-material is a product of segregation in
    • the earth-organism, and processes of spirit-and-soul forces —
    • producing such segregations in the organism of the earth. And were we
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    • only an automatic continuation of movement in those organs in which
    • view of his head organisation. He surveys the tapestry of the senses.
    • through our eyes, through our senses, but through our whole organism.
    • as human beings, take our head-organisation and the rest of the organisation
    • of the organism itself, by nourishment present in the organism. In
    • hunger with what rises up, out of our own organism.
    • we turn our attention to the head organisation it is extraordinarily
    • matter coming from the rest of the organism. By means of his thinking
    • developed as Intuition. Organised as he is at the present day, man
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    • Aber es ist nur ein automatisches Fortbewegen der Organe, in die sich
    • ist durch unseren Organismus. Und dasjenige, was wir als Mensch
    • unsere Hauptesorganisation als Menschen nehmen und die andere
    • Organisation, die daran hängt, so ist es in der Tat so: Wir
    • Organismus, aus der vorhandenen Nahrung heraus gesättigt; das
    • in uns bilden, mit Sättigung aus, die aus unserem Organismus
    • Kopforganisation ins Auge fassen, wie wir aus unserem übrigen
    • Organismus heraus durch die Löcher, die da entstehen, durch
    • Organisation zu schwach, um dann bewußt zu sein, wenn er
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    • not die. They are merely members of one great organism, just as a
    • to perish, it is in reality only severed from this great organism,
    • just as the piece of finger-nail is severed from our organism when we
    • has no life in itself, but only in the great organism of which it is
    • — not of one great organism, like the mineral — but of
    • the whole organism of the earth. To occult observation there would be
    • no sense in speaking of individual plant-organisms, only of the
    • organism of the earth of which the plants everywhere form part. And
    • organism that is identical with the whole earth, and that is an
    • organism which falls asleep in spring, sending forth the plants as
    • its organ towards the Sun; and in Autumn it takes them back into
    • considering the plants as independent, for the whole earth organism
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    • principles on which their whole organization is based. The
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    • more of a growing, sprouting organism. It then started to
    • of organic life forms in the realm of the earth. Basing
    • organization. We do still incarnate, but no longer in order
    • to take care of our own organization. This organization
    • will invent a vaccine to influence the organism as early as
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    • organs which are normally called the organs of his lower
    • organized in such a way that candidates with intuitive and
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    • a few more tons of organic matter perish in the Fields of
    • battle! What are a few tons of organic matter compared to
    • applied to the dead, inorganic mineral world. If philosophers
    • inorganic world. The concepts developed in modern science
    • apply only to the inorganic world, but people are all the
    • temporal reality of so and so many tons of organic matter;
    • as much as the whole inorganic world taken together!
    • organism. This is the kind of thing people do when they use
    • organism and individual citizens as the cells in this
    • organism. Hermann Bahr — I have spoken of him before
    • organism, with the individual citizens as its cells. We do,
    • cells function in an organism, and about the laws which
    • pertain in an organism, and this transfers quite prettily to
    • about the State as an organism did seem entirely unrealistic
    • were to compare States to organisms, we should at least try
    • cut bits off one organism and give them to a neighbouring
    • organism. This is something people should realize, but they
    • Kjellen's case the State and the organism. Things must always
    • exists, and the organism, too, exists. Neither of them can be
    • certainly be compared to an organism. The political events on
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    • what does it matter if so and so many more tons of organic
    • philosophy of ‘tons of organic matter’ is
    • taking note of how its organs gradually change, or partly
    • change, and calculate how much these human organs change over
    • out how much these organs change over a period of centuries.
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    • ascending line, with organic evolution raised above mere
    • spirit. Goethe may only have made a start with organic evolution
    • organic life if you give yourself up to impulses which came
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    • organic evolution taking its course without involving
    • organic development certain parts lose their original
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    • insect would die. If they ate away any vital organ, the insect could
    • all the vital organs and eat only what the host insect can do without
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    • vertikale, av det oppreiste, er hele organismen slik innrettet
    • legemlige organer, strupehode, lunge, svelg, osv. ja selv de
    • dypere liggende organer, som hjertet, osv. forsåvidt som
    • foregar i organismen som legemlige prosesser: talen ville
    • gjennemtrengte det menneskelige legemes organer slik at
    • nu påny for annen gang de organer i det menneskelige
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    • seize our organism when we incarnate on earth, are the forces of
    • thoughts makes us grow and forms our organs. Thus, when the
    • entire organism. When the organism gradually grows firmer and harder,
    • organism, but only the air element and the fire or warmth element.
    • of thinking abandons the firmer parts of the physical organism for the
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    • sense-organs, upon intellect and intelligence — all these
    • organically connected with our whole Movement.
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    • organisms’ — independent entities, ‘cells,’
    • their crude parts and organs, now attention was directed to how
    • complete human organism. It is impossible, therefore, to speak about
    • by considering it in connection with an entire human organism. By
    • consider only as belonging to a complete human organism. The plant
    • finger or piece of bone or the brain forms a whole with our organism.
    • his skin, of his sense organs, and the like. In other words, we may
    • first separates itself out of the organism, so we have to look at the
    • being, of the earth organism.
    • consider this earth organism from a spiritual scientific viewpoint,
    • the earth organism as such?
    • organism we know that alternations of different conditions are
    • revealed. The human and animal organ isms reveal a waking and a
    • the earth, the earth organism? To outer consideration, what follows
    • that winter and summer in the earth organism correspond to waking
    • and sleeping in the organisms around us. It is simply that the earth
    • does not sleep in time in the same way as other organisms but is
    • of its being where there is winter. Thus the whole earth organism con
    • other organisms.
    • of the earth organism consists of a very specific relationship of the
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    • Earth in reality is a mighty spiritual organism. We live not
    • live within the mighty spiritual organism, Earth. This
    • spiritual organism has, in a certain sense, an ascending and
    • organ of smell. To be clever, in the sense of Physical
    • transmuted organ of smell. For it is so indeed: The one part
    • in their subsequent evolution, the organs of man took on a
    • cannot but be bound to the transmuted organs of smell. It
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    • those most ancient times, he had an organ with which to
    • truth that the cosmos is a self-contained organism — in
    • which organism we, as Man, do live and move and have our
    • the heaven of the fixed stars. Those organs on the other hand
    • human organism corresponds to all that is connected with the
    • parcel of the organism as a whole. Man was really able to
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • organs. By making the thought and will exercises of which I have
    • spoken, we endow the soul itself with organs. This soul element,
    • body acquire plastic form in the senses and in the organs of
    • use this paradoxical expression) soul-spiritual sense organs, the
    • physical world (when it uses the physical and etheric organs of
    • remaining organism through nutrition. For in the same measure in
    • nervous system appears as that organ which transmits this
    • human organism. Throughout the whole time after death, we can
    • vision, when super-sensible vision arises through the organ of the
    • arise? Through the fact that in your organism certain processes
    • processes remained behind in your organism and these summon up in
    • of the simplest organic beings up to the highest animals, and if
    • organic in world development really came to an inner development
    • human embryo how the limbs develop out of organs which at first
    • remaining organism with comparative independence. And we come to
    • is set upon the remaining organism. This remaining organism is
    • organs is raised above the force of gravity, so that it does not
    • for instance, the human organ of hearing depends upon an etheric
    • fertilization a special element enters the fertilized organism,
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    • divine spiritual powers were active in his bodily organization
    • inwards, so that they vibrated through the human organism; what
    • whole human organism shared in the strength and power of these
    • his organism, in a super-sensible form.
    • organization, of the connection existing between the child's
    • natural organism and the older human beings; they also try to
    • connected with the human organism.
    • much dependent on man's natural organization? If this or that
    • whole organization and nervous system, and a certain perfecting
    • the human physical body, if that had not been organized in an
    • of freedom. The human organism has acquired a greater
    • blood during infancy, that vibrates in the organs, is poured out
    • organizations and which come to our aid so that we do not need to
    • is organized in such a way that he is predisposed to truth, and
    • organism. A modern man must aim at the will itself. What the
    • instance, the human eye: what makes it really be our organ of
    • asserts itself in the eye. In certain parts of its organ, the eye
    • if I may use this paradox — a soul-spiritual sense organ.
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    • shows us what it means to dive down into the physical organism
    • indicates that in certain organs he discovers an inner state of
    • certain organs, thus producing certain effects in the soul, which
    • rooted in the human organism, desires rooted in a part of the
    • physical human organism which flares up, comes, so to speak to a
    • these become emancipated from the human organization, even as our
    • and that he can really experience the organism of feeling and of
    • of the physical organism in the same way in which we ordinarily
    • as the eye is an organ of sight through the fact that it can
    • organism with his feeling and with his will and how he returns
    • encompassing sense organ. I might say that the body becomes one
    • organ; this alone may suffice that the soul-spiritual being of a
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    • envisage, to begin with, his physical organization and his
    • then we speak of the astral body and of the Ego organization. But
    • appear in ordinary life induces us to say: A sense organ
    • eye or organ of touch able to feel into the earth, without our
    • see its inside, we would have to have a sense organ able to see
    • without the need of digging holes into the earth, an organ for
    • other organs, for the kidneys perceive in a definite image all
    • reality, every human organ is a sense organ, and although we use
    • sense organ. During our earthly life, we simply use our organs
    • organ. The human being is in every way a great sense organ, and
    • as such, he has differentiated, specified sense organs in the
    • single organs of his body.
    • being is asleep, his astral body and his Ego organization are
    • such a way that every human organ is seized by the imaginative
    • heart, but every other organ. I have told you that the heart
    • astral body and the Ego organization acquire, near the heart, the
    • physical organ, but the astral body, perceives.
    • whole Ego organization must enable the parts corresponding to
    • every human organ to perceive. That is to say, the human being is
    • and the organs is interrupted somewhere in man's being, or even
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    • a knowledge of the inner constitution of the human organism by
    • life and his organic life, or the activity of the single organs;
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    • looked upon as a living organism. I might say: True insight into
    • great, living organism, and its lifeless part, for example, the
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    • were organised chiefly by the Christian Churches for believers in
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    • had taught that man was not so organised as to enable him to seek
    • avoided, for the organisation of the Indians was such that they only
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    • organs in order to perceive the physical world, yet in days gone by
    • according to which the State organisation was regulated, justice
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    • and remains in it. It has some organs, has reached the light, and now
    • sense organs. Such things are made evident in the case of certain
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    • Spiritual Relationships in the Human Organism,
    • Menschlichen Organismus.
    • body we carry our organs — lung, heart, brain, and so on. In
    • normal health we have no conscious perception of our internal organs. We
    • We can never say that we have knowledge of an organ by looking directly
    • living organ. We can never say that we have the same view of an internal
    • organ that we have of an external object. It is characteristic of
    • organisation — we call up into the present what unites us to the
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    • organismo y, a diferencia de nuestros pensamientos, no reflejan la
    • organismo.
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    • Spiritual Relationships in the Human Organism.
    • Geistiger Zusammenhaenge in der Gestaltung des Menschlichen Organismus.
    • Spiritual Relationships in the Human Organism.
    • Menschlichen Organismus.
    • organic life predominates as such and during such time allows no ideas
    • the physical organism of the human being, and it does so most of all
    • it were like a wave in a great sea, a wave that is organised within
    • deal is going on at the same time unconsciously in your organism. This
    • our whole organism is refreshed. The refreshment is due to the
    • organism, then he had to acquire that power on the previous day during
    • a reviving and refreshing force streams into the organism for the new
    • physical organism is refreshed for the next day.
    • whole of the organism, they require the stimulation that is given by the
    • organism.
    • organism are Moon forces; that is to say, they are what corresponds in
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    • belief in the origin of living organisms by spontaneous
    • that all the organic beings that have ever lived on earth are
    • explanation for the evolution of organisms; others look on
    • inorganic forms. Our hiatus in the evolution of nature has been
    • faith.” Once upon a time inorganic particles of matter by
    • this activity now flows to other organs. Animals change their
    • split up and multiplied, grouped themselves so as to form organs
    • inorganic nature physical and chemical elements and forces do
    • to the organic and organic-spiritual forces. The human soul as a
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    • death of the tissue in an organism, and it is expressly
    • merely as a life-process in the organism through artificial
    • breathing, the organism would still continue to live in the
    • For no one would be able to call the life of an organism
    • This life in the smallest organisms was looked upon as a
    • organism of the smallest, most complicated living creature.
    • the young organism — it must make itself secure by
    • itself, since it takes up inorganic lifeless matter. This can
    • organisms to generate from putrefying river-mud or from
    • decaying organic matter. This was believed of worms and
    • that a new living organism of a certain kind can only
    • originate because a former living organism leaves behind it a
    • environment of the developing organism, but should really
    • organism which was developing within this environment. This
    • organism, will deny that the conclusions just drawn are correct.
    • products: inorganic bark surrounds the tree.” In the
    • and form organs according as it required them, while now in
    • occasioned through the organism nor through the life-process,
    • its organs. Thus, when a living being carries out work by
    • means of it consciousness, the organs concerned becomes
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    • from an anatomical point of view, the wonderful organization
    • interpenetrate. All the instruments of the senses, all organs
    • however, remain merely within his sense-organs; but while the
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    • we need an organ of perception. And just as a blind man
    • the soul of the Homunculus, with its newly organized body,
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    • see it already laid out in the organism of the child. Wherever
    • — in the childlike organism. And just as it appears in
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    • to the common spiritual living organism of our age; —
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    • between the head of man and the remainder of his organism. The
    • from the remainder of the organism (by virtue of the part it
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • natural science, man is undoubtedly so organised that at the
    • goes into our bodily organisation, making it the image of our
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    • souls that are organised here in the body and those that have
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • men, nothing that so organizes men that they feel themselves
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    • which are organs of this Spirit as we can distinguish the Swiss Folk
    • Thus we are familiar with three members of the human organism which
    • were developed in past epochs, the organism in which we are at
    • We know that we must think of the ego itself as inwardly organized.
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    • this aura, i.e. a living, organizing principle, can exert an
    • domain, cannot, as yet, penetrate into it and organize it. Therefore
    • with the power to transform the larynx and the organs of speech in
    • such a way that these organs could manifest physically as speech.
    • from their psychic organization, they work into the physical body and
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    • his organic life. Now the Archangel, it is true, feels everything to
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    • it is clear that man's present organization could only have
    • behind in order to be able to participate in the organization of man
    • of the ego-organization. And this implies that their chief interest
    • organizations begin to disintegrate. Life therefore is divided into
    • the human organism so that man becomes dependent upon the soil of a
    • the forces which determine his physical organism, the terrestrial
    • forces concentrated within the youthful organism must be allowed to
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    • first, no organs that would enable him to see what lies beyond these
    • forces of light, which we call the Spirits of Form, no organs with
    • inner being of organic life. To this Hierarchy belongs, in the first
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    • systems, which are part of man's organic system, but are
    • through the respiratory system. The unconscious organism is deeply
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    • normal and abnormal Spirits of Form they cooperate to organize the
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    • organs which transform the air into words and speech corresponds to
    • lives in us and organizes our speech — that is to say, in the
    • organization of speech in man finds its parallel in the macrocosm in
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    • invaded the human organism. Man would see the world differently if he
    • is organized for activity in the external world; hence he has his
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    • members of an organism, and belonging to the unity of the organism.
    • Persian Folk Soul had not developed so far; its organ of perception
    • organ of perception was the Sentient Soul; and the characteristic of
    • not an abstract, but an organic unity. Solovieff already recognizes
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    • found in whom the organs of the etheric body are so far developed
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    • organised this year is meant to be a direct expression of this
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    • eyes, my brain, my organism, and are active in me, these very same
    • organisation.’ Thus Atlantean man feels that he too has his
    • from this that the human organism, the entire bodily constitution,
    • its organisation of muscle and bone, is substantially denser, more
    • faculty of clairvoyance. And because this organism of ours has become
    • For even in the earlier postAtlantean times the human organisation
    • Pluto work in man's own organism. We must be able to blot out
    • organisation of the human body, they had to become less active; man
    • the withdrawal of Demeter from the bodily organisation in the course
    • itself. In primeval times this ether body was so organised that the
    • Demeter. There is in our organisation this threefold development
    • wonders in the genesis of the human organisation is expressed in this
    • upon the human organism. The endowment of one aspect of the threefold
    • of pictures, work in the human organisation in a threefold way. They
    • to physical organs. But because, after the old Hebrew civilisation
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    • human organism. He no longer experiences the important fact that what
    • flash up, and felt that they were the same forces which organised the
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    • We go about among men, but with organs of perception for the outer
    • can only contemplate its manifestation through the organs of the
    • the human organism, the highest and the lowest, show a very
    • physical organism as maya — that is to say, it is not
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    • organisation in general, for knowledge, or let us say to begin with,
    • organisation. What becomes evident through the work of the brain is
    • human organisation. The mirror of the brain is needed in order that
    • organisation. If, as an earthly being today, man had not this
    • reflecting bodily organism, primarily the brain, he would still think
    • diagram to represent the human physical bodily organisation. When we wish
    • external physical organism; it all takes place in the adjacent
    • environment of this our physical bodily organisation. That is how we
    • physical bodily organism, without man's having any direct
    • organism is undoubtedly from the Earth, since it consists of the
    • bodily organism into a mirror of our spiritual life.
    • gentle trial; it is very slight, and since the organisation of
    • penetrate at all into what we are as physical bodily organism; it is
    • does not penetrate into his physical organisation because his
    • organisation. The Mysteries could not confine man within the limits
    • human organism. That one speaks of ‘Dichtung’ in German
    • his external bodily organisation, the pupil must divest himself of
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    • can best be illustrated in a particular organic system of the human
    • being in man's physical organism his blood circulation with its
    • We have been describing a particular organic system which from the
    • have an inherent tendency to condense to this physical organic
    • Moon condensed to such an organic system, not only that what was in
    • systems of organs in Earth evolution an impulse entered whereby what
    • etheric forces have condensed to a system of organs they are not
    • organs have reached the point of greatest densification in earthly
    • of the organic system, so that what was there before and had
    • gradually lapsed into this organic condition, now emerges from it
    • substance of such an organic system. For clairvoyant sight something
    • physical brain-organ respond in harmony with these etheric currents
    • organisation unscathed, that they do not leave the heart in the same
    • at a relatively subordinate stage of world-organisation, but the
    • from which our bodily organisation, has also sprung, derives from the
    • from two sides. Our organisation as a whole, with all that is
    • organisation. Something would have to stream into us from without,
    • resurrection, a revivification of what had first organised us and
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    • densification of the body is taking place in the human organisation.
    • knowledge of what takes place within our own organisation. I tried to
    • our own bodily organisation could find expression through the
    • constitute it as an organism in which we are embedded.
    • outwards laid hold of the human organisation. They are the same
    • organisation. The complex human form has come into existence because
    • forms which underlay them were not organised in the same way as the
    • organised that they always waited for the right moment, that they
    • human organisation to which normal human consciousness no longer
    • instrument is an organ in which part of the current which comes from
    • organically the place where through the instrument of the blood the
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    • that it experiences what its own organisation is. Under modern
    • been added to its organisation on the Earth. What it received on the
    • the brain was the last human organ to be developed; the rest of the
    • human organisation was worked into man earlier by the Spirits of the
    • continues to work on the organisation of the brain; that is something
    • the organ of speech lies in the third convolution of the brain, and
    • that this organ must be in order if a man is to understand the sounds
    • developed in the brain from out of the macrocosm. The organ of speech
    • comes from speaking, not speaking from the speech-organ. That is what
    • into the sphere of our own organisation, with the Christ we penetrate
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    • life of mankind, like a limb in a great organism. This is especially
    • in a whole organism. We may here recall an utterance once made by Goethe
    • of Christianity unites in this sense into an organic whole with what
    • centuries but his creations form one organic whole with all preceding
    • organs in those days, the spirituaul mysteries of existence simultaneously
    • to which the development of lower organisms proceeded until finally
    • to come, because humanity is one complete organism. Thus Raphael's creations
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    • In the case of man there is a kind of connection between this organ
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    • view of the growth of humanity, of the growth of the organism as would
    • organic world up to man. For spiritual science, the humanity of today
    • of man with other organisms on the earth; but in spiritual science,
    • this threefold organisation is born from super-sensible, creative powers;
    • so that what formerly existed as matter is organised into man, and man
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    • organs, as we may call them. Compared with the sense-world, this
    • organism, but in a different guise. And so it is a fact that these
    • occurs during high summer is a permeation of the organism by that
    • process in the human organism. We can see how, on the one hand, man
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    • the organic realm, of course, everything
    • is different from the processes we observe in their coarse inorganic
    • formation of the human organism.
    • the human organism. You will indeed have gathered this from the
    • Moon-forces which chiefly influence the female organism at that time.
    • Sun-activities are taken up by the human organism through the heart
    • and from there spread out over the whole organism. But directly a
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    • man in his whole organism would become more and more like the living
    • limestone. He would blend the living limestone with his organism and
    • the lower parts of the human organism would be
    • into ears, organs of hearing, which again would be connected with the
    • bound up with wings and ears in one organic whole.
    • organism. For Ahriman hardens man, while Lucifer wishes to dissolve
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    • though with organ and trumpet tones:
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    • in the human organism, whereby oxygen is taken up by carbon, is then
    • organism. Anyone who speaks of this peculiar combination of
    • within the human organism.
    • within the human organism takes place in the same way as in outer
    • human organism when carbon unites with oxygen there — a process
    • They do not reside in the other systems of the human organism; these
    • human organism is interwoven with the secret of breathing, it becomes
    • healing forces in the human organism lie between the thoughts
    • breathing organ remains active, but then it has to be
    • within his skin, with his organs embedded in his body, feels
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    • we use those organs of our physical and ethereal bodies which are so
    • to speak the most perfect in our earthly life — those organs
    • understood by more or less perfect organs. Take on the one hand our
    • brain. The brain is not the most perfect organ, but we can still call
    • it more perfect than other organs, for it has needed longer for its
    • still accompanied by the physical organ. The skull has now covered
    • evolution of the Earth. The brain is an organ which has passed
    • brain. Thus there are organs which are more perfect, and have evolved
    • The most perfect organs are used for what we achieve in wisdom. Our
    • how a man who has become especially wise stretches out the organs of
    • but the spiritual organs stretch far out, and man is under the tree,
    • us, or at least belongs to the most spiritual, for the organs are
    • judgment, or decide something wisely, the organs remain at rest,
    • strength is no longer used upon the physical organ. We are there more
    • spiritual; those organs which we use on the physical plane for the
    • within the spirit without any effort by the physical organs, we are
    • through specific organs. These organs, to which the physical and
    • wisdom. These organs are on the way to alter, and will indeed become
    • the other part for the organs which are the instrument for this
    • virtue. They are organs for which we have still to use part of the
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    • organization, it cannot also fall within the natural
    • the human organism? And to this, if we stand impartially and
    • of the inorganic sciences and of biology, and who wishes to
    • operates unconsciously in the healthy human organism. There
    • impulse enters our organism; but it also goes via the spinal
    • his thoughts permeated his organism in the same way as did the
    • made sense only within my organism. In some such way as this,
    • also subdued by putting the external physical organism into
    • inhibit the healthy human organism in which we are born into
    • this life on earth, where our aim is to enable this organism to
    • be effective in ordinary life. The healthy organism is
    • who had damped down this organism, did in fact gain pure
    • organism suited for the life between birth and death is
    • organism, from the effect they had on the people of earlier
    • away from the organism to which it is actually connected, we
    • ourselves an internal image of how the organs of the animal are
    • transform all its other organs. Thought becomes vital simply
    • “sense-organ,” or rather a spirit-organ, just as
    • authenticated by the soul-organ or spirit-organ which as a
    • into the organic world. We need a way of looking as exact as
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    • into our body; we inform our organs of will with it and become
    • organism. On reflection, however, we cannot help
    • thought or concept flows down into our organism, however, how
    • show us, the human eye or some other sense-organ, there remains
    • the organism is unknown to us just when it is creative; it is
    • spiritual world, just as with the ordinary sense-organs it can
    • organism; the same is true of mediumism. None of these have
    • dead organism suddenly come to life. And although this vital
    • at the same time take their places organically within the human
    • man and see how the spiritual informs the bodily organs.
    • highest form can be experienced only in the human organism
    • “sense-organ” (to speak loosely) or a spiritual
    • organ (to speak exactly) of vision, so that we not only look at
    • When the soul becomes a spiritual organ in this way,
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    • organize their lives in a conscious manner. Instinctive living
    • In the human organism itself, which is such a richly
    • which the organism expresses itself. In the same way, we must
    • held fast by our organism.
    • anything except make of ourselves an organ to which the
    • separated from our physical organism, so too in Greek
    • inorganic world, we find that all their materials and
    • organism from within, as I described the day before
    • for the inorganic world, then the totality of the world simply
    • from inorganic to organic science until we transpose abstract
    • self may become a sense-organ or spiritual organ; and we
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    • the spiritual is observed concretely by the spirit-organ we
    • worlds — how in its particulars our physical organism is
    • other organs only as outer objects; but when we can see the
    • of this spiritual world exist in our own organs. We come to
    • our organic functioning there is in fact a replica of what we
    • physical organs. We are entirely in agreement with what exact
    • observe nature. His organs were finely attuned to its
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    • physical and spiritual organism in the shape of cognitive
    • difficulty into the organic realm; if it could advance as far
    • organic process, and then appears again in an altered form.
    • reflected. Our organism, our human essence must behave
    • extent that the whole man becomes a kind of sense-organ, or
    • rather spirit-organ — becomes, that is, as transparent in
    • to act as the organ of sight. If the eye were to fill with
    • spirit-organ that is our self, into the outside world as a
    • our lungs, heart and other organs. The spirituality of the
    • individual organs in man's total substance. Gradually, we learn
    • these organs.
    • something produced by an organic activity. He doesn't know
    • processes of our organic being beat like waves upon the other
    • the surge of inner organic processes. Wonderful mystical
    • the outside — man's inner organism — is a
    • when we really come to know this inner organism, this is what
    • our comprehensive inner organism, and learn how its individual
    • lungs, our heart, the whole of the rest of our organism, looked
    • the self-knowledge that sees in each of our internal organs
    • comprehend that the human organism has a continuous
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    • from organic processes and had its roots instinctively in the
    • only into inorganic, lifeless nature, but also into the forms
    • have in our present-day social pattern an inorganic combination
    • sense-organ, similar to what I have called a
    • “spirit-organ,” but at a more material level. Its
    • instinct did, to make social organisms possible for the first
    • the spiritual organism or “sense-organ” he becomes
    • the spirit? It seeks to act as a social organism in the life of
    • organization that will enable the earth's gifts to flow
    • certainty how social configurations should be organized, if
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    • organization (directly determined by the conversion of world
    • a prophet of social reorganization. On this occasion, I am not
    • social organization such as only a Central European temperament
    • be regarded as the ideal organization of human society as a
    • in a sense, the ideal economic and political organization
    • plant was eaten, the effect upon their organism was such that
    • organization that is trying to establish itself in Eastern
    • soul, even in its organic functions, and felt the soul to
    • antennae towards the physical organs. The attitude to the soul
    • social organization based principally on the cultivation
    • its social organization only within the political and
    • life cries out for independent organization, for vital
    • social organization. We can say, therefore: It is true that we
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    • social organism. He also manages to regard as an ideal social
    • organism one in which only members of a certain caste enjoy the
    • accepted into the organization. Much else might be said, too,
    • socially organized rite, so that man's approach to the divine
    • certainly has an organic connection. Looking back once more at
    • supply, which with us forms part of the social organization, is
    • the entire social organization of humanity took on a different
    • in social organization, only an interest in the strongly
    • human organism, the human body; he must know how the exercise
    • simply one whose organism has deviated further in one direction
    • organism, taking account of the fact that everything men do,
    • rôle in the social organism, but with our own personal
    • articulated into the social organization of mankind. Whereas
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    • tend to be formed in these circles are indeed organized on the
    • contemplating his inner organism, not as does the modern
    • that the parts of the organism can be inwardly experienced.
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    • organization of society that multitudes of people have
    • and that what is true of man's natural organism is also true of
    • the social organism.
    • organism. We can never say that the human organism — or,
    • an upward development. If organisms are to flourish and to
    • human organism in detail finds that this atrophying is going on
    • these forces of decomposition in the human organism. He must
    • seek, everywhere in the human organ, ism, the points at which
    • organization. And he will find that the development of
    • matter. We can only understand the human organism by
    • discover in the social organism too. It is true that the social
    • organism does not die, and to this extent it differs from the
    • human organism; but it changes, and forces of
    • comprehend the social organism when you know that, even if you
    • admit that the social organism contains forces of dissolution
    • social reorganization is the complicated economic pattern which
    • the social organism — spiritual life, where all that is
    • and over again — the social organism, whether small or
    • organism.
    • development, to the unitary social organism. It is precisely
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    • I have just described, the life within ones own sense-organs and blood
    • is in general but a finer development of the organic life, a refinement
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    • have just described, the life within ones own sense organs and
    • development of the organic life, a refinement of what a man
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    • impressions on our other Sense-organs, are really so
    • appears, when one shuts one's Sense organs to it. That is the
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    • can organize factories in the right way. But that demands
    • workers organizations. For this also see the portrayal of F.
    • all of Russia. In the fall of 1905 the socialistically organized
    • organisations de la societi europtenne (1814)
    • (The Reorganization of European Society);
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    • Stilformen des Organisch-Lebendigen
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    • ascend from the simple organism, step by step to the more complex,
    • organism — as we shall to-day and the day after to-morrow,
    • development and growth of inner organs of perception, because thus
    • it is possible for man to awake in himself spiritual organs in
    • of the senses: but through every sense organ there is revealed to
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    • things; he observes the world with his sense-organs, takes in
    • organs and our capacity for knowledge and that we ourselves are, as
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    • organism. Nitrogen, which we think of to-day as contained in
    • living and organic in such a way as to prepare it to receive a
    • soul sets itself free from the organism and lives among the
    • organisation. To-morrow we will consider more in detail
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    • more important organisation than itself, namely, the astral
    • body and the Ego-organisation. You, of course, are familiar
    • in reality a kind of sense-organ for the Earth and could take
    • organisms, and out of that which was, so to speak, ‘imagined’
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    • laws than when attached to the human organism. And as a finger
    • is only a finger in unison with the organism, so in the same
    • Cosmos, then he must become in his whole being a sense-organ,
    • organism. Thus at the level of his throat, his speech-organs,
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    • his physical organism. That is absolutely the experience of
    • part of his organism. What movement there is in our whole being
    • marvellous way in which the fusing metal of the organ-pipes and
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    • example, iron is present in the human organism, in
    • the human organism, and such metals as are present in external
    • organism. The men of these earlier times said: Man is a
    • serves to maintain his physical organism, or rather his whole
    • human organism throughout.
    • and through other portions of the organism. And the medieval
    • human organism, such as, for example, lead, and which man
    • is taken up and received into the organism.
    • etheric body, astral body and ego, or ego-organisation. Well
    • basis everywhere of the organism, whether it be of plant,
    • the germ of a new plant, animal or human organism. From a
    • organism, and the substance of the germ is albumen. In these
    • contained in the body is still to some extent organised, but
    • complete disorganisation. The substances that are contained in
    • really present in all organs that are upright, — and
    • single organs, how they are placed in the whole cosmic system.
    • to work upon it in its disorganised condition. New albumen
    • disorganisation, the breaking down of the albumen cannot go far
    • forces work in all the organs of the human being. But
    • of the Universe. Then we have also certain organs that are
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    • human organism, for all that pulsates as air within this body
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    • lectures in Germany organised by the Wolff Bureau. They
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    • heart-action, disturbances in the organism, are
    • of the organism itself?
    • organization — which are really very similar to
    • organism, is the after-effect, the imitation, of the
    • all that is active in the inner organization of our being; one
    • not enough. The whole human organization must be placed in the
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    • nature outside him as presented to his sense-organs is a strong
    • establish such organisations as should cause the position of man on
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    • organism, We shall never grasp the working of consciousness
    • Only when the individuality in the human organism gains
    • contending with the building-up processes in the organism.
    • organism. That is the swing of life's pendulum — that
    • destroys what mere nature creates in the human organism; and
    • permeate the physical organic life only, no consciousness
    • processes It is an inner working at one's own organism and,
    • into the living organism as an inserted element of death
    • about in man's physical organism by using it as an
    • organism of the earth, let us be conscious that we can carry
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    • his head. And again, the organs of the lower body and the
    • attained by raising the spirit-soul nature of the organ of
    • these organs distinguishes itself inwardly and significantly
    • “HEAD-CLAIRVOYANCE”. The up-lifting of the material heart-organ
    • it is then worked over in our organism, one has then not
    • digestive organs rise up especially out of the organs of
    • digestion. Then, while your stomach and the other organs
    • other bodily process transpiring in the spiritual organs of
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    • organism nothing is isolated or stands alone. Everything is
    • connected with the whole organism, and although many people
    • are divine thoughts. They act upon the whole organism in such
    • Golgotha. We know that at that time a human organism
    • organic structure. When people build their actions into this
    • great organism, and through their own deeds form their
    • of the whole organism of the world.”
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    • and grew up. The life about him was not narrowly organized and
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    • expressed in life by his organism.
    • to the fact that his organism was consumed by his mighty,
    • a natural phenomenon in the organism. However, we never learn to
    • Goethe was also organized like this, but another force now
    • natural occurrences affecting his organism, such as the illness
    • you establish a connection between this organic structure of
    • because of this organization he gains, I might say, only an
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    • vivid activity in the rest of the human organization. It is,
    • organization is subjected to a far stronger influence of the
    • organism during sleep. We can, therefore, rightly compare the
    • the rest of our organism when it is night for our sensory
    • reciprocally, it is night for the rest of our organism when it
    • is day for our head; that is, the rest of our organism is more
    • fact that the nervous system of the physical organism is a
    • unified organization, and it is really sheer nonsense,
    • sensory and motor. They are organized as a unity and all have
    • organism. It is not the function of a motor nerve to cause my
    • spiritual members of our organism.
    • entire organization of the etheric body. Obviously, additional
    • of the organism really developed later than the head, has only
    • head organism. When we say that relative to his physical body,
    • life that is developed during sleep, and that has its organic
    • waking life between his soul-spiritual and his organic-physical
    • seemingly true that the organism is distinct from the external
    • of his special organization, is able to perceive more of this
    • Because of his organization, he can perceive more than they,
    • her organs, and not just in an ordinary way. In normal life, a
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    • development. There outside of men is the organism, the
    • being has been liberated from the external, inorganic world
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    • between the head and the rest of man's organism. His body is
    • rest of the organism, in accord with the role that it plays in
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    • death and a new birth, passes into our bodily organization,
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    • above the assumption of a spiritual-psychic organism in the
    • conclude, from the absence of organized cults, that religion is
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    • organized in their bodies and also those who have already
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    • if I am not mistaken, organized all
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    • possible keeping people in ignorance of it. The organisation
    • human organisation, with the human kingdom. It is literally
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    • it is organized as it is because certain formative principles
    • the organs that principally serve the out-breathing there
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    • And it is just because man is so organised that his head can
    • physical man the organs are differentiated, here the
    • and try to see the man why stretches out his organs into
    • head and his extremities organism too are simply
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    • Morgan-Combine; so that they had first to buy them back again
    • the sort of thing which the Morgan-Combine did in 1907. They
    • of soul are possible; Such a thing as was done by the Morgan
    • measures, as was done in the case of the Morgan-Combine;
    • whole living organism work one into the other, and combine
    • in the human organism. In the human organism, we distinguish
    • organism, and of recognising that they find expression in
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    • organised’ from above downwards, where, instead
    • of ‘organisation,’ there is
    • to widen out the organisation of the ‘Kommender Tag,’ so that
    • concrete economic activities with the organisation of these
    • "Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus," of which the
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    • audible, for it is a long way off, the sound of a barrel organ,
    • and this barrel organ is playing the very tune to which I first
    • the book I knew nothing about a barrel organ playing, it simply
    • of the barrel organ, for then we only arrive at what it is that
    • as the sound of the barrel organ, and turn to something that
    • something like a barrel organ. But basically, the whole of our
    • of the barrel organ. It is true that we are fully conscious of
    • as remote as possible from the barrel organ. For the barrel
    • organ introduced a kind of unknown quantity into the soul life,
    • evolution to the human organism, as the latter appears to our
    • organism), the more central organism connected with the breast
    • of his head organism cannot be explained by this idea of
    • than the rest of the organism. We can see in this peculiar
    • organism, we are not concerned with one straight line of
    • certain unstable equilibrium. In our organism we have only a
    • middle organism is concerned, and respecting our head,
    • middle organisms, we never arrive at a concept of the
    • an independent position in the organism can be perceived,
    • emerges out of our organism. And we have learned to recognize
    • us look at the organism belonging to our extremities,
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    • social conditions are organized in a military structure, we see
    • remains unconscious, that slips into the human organization and
    • forms the organism. We penetrate below the thresh-hold of
    • our bodily organism. We are already withdrawn from our
    • bodily organism. At that time in Asia and India the soul-spirit
    • overdevelopment of the sexual organism something that
    • unites with our physical organism and that comes down from the
    • unites with our bodily organism, that flows out of inspiration
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    • a bodily instrument, the physical organism, is necessary in
    • the bodily organism is necessary, because our thinking is
    • upon the physical organism than any theoretical materialist
    • organism, the latter makes something possible that could
    • could not have were there no physical organism. I hope I may be
    • organism is necessary in order that memory of our thinking is
    • released from the physical organism — only not the kind
    • the physical organism.
    • physical organism, that his soul, inasfar as it moves in
    • thoughts, has left his bodily organism, and that he is no
    • really more bound to the physical organism of the body than the
    • with the bodily organism we face the danger of not being able
    • physical, organic life to a standstill. In sleep we achieve
    • enables us to suppress our organic activity also enables us in
    • what exists through heredity and impress our own organization
    • a new sense organ, which Goethe calls the “spirit
    • the same nature as our physical organism, in the spiritual
    • to the physical organism.
    • world of the senses and to the physical organs, but which now
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    • impulses of will, received indeed by the organic, bodily
    • of the human organism, through which they try to show that man
    • in a sense we look back on our own physical organism and regard
    • is bound to our physical organism. Hence we say, “I
    • and stream down into his physical organism. A man who suffers
    • physical organism than he is upon external sense
    • This is a second, supersensory organism. It cannot be reached
    • organism. But in ordinary life we experience what this will is,
    • down into our organism, how it stimulates the muscles and takes
    • organism, is completely unknown to the ordinary
    • organism, through this very fact serves for our seeing. In
    • ordinary life, our whole physical organism is comparable to a
    • entire organism is made transparent. This is not done in any
    • our organism in a sense entirely transparent for the soul, we
    • Just as the eye is not in the organism for its own sake, the
    • whole physical organism is no longer there when these exercises
    • And just as it is the physical organism which catches up our
    • organic processes, — in the same way everything now
    • thus forming our entire physical organism into a transparent
    • sense organ, we have now raised to a higher level a power of
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    • Das Werden der Organismen. Eine Widerlegung von Darwins
    • chaotically out of depths of the organism that are not
    • organism. How wonderful, even compared with the latest
    • What we recall out of the total organism of our spirit, soul
    • arise in the physical organism in the physical eye. We know
    • adherents of various religious organizations against the
    • remarkable way in his book Das Werden der Organismen. Eine
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    • are made in the larynx and the other organs of speech when a
    • is the function of the larynx and the other organs of speech
    • organs of speech is interpreted by one individual or by
    • organic metamorphosis — for he expanded the range of his
    • conception to cover all organisms — can be applied to
    • organic functions and development and then transformed into
    • in a single group of organs — such as the larynx, and
    • other organs of speech — into movements carried out by
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    • Earth; to make the Earth a great organic being endowed with
    • organisation of man himself which are the forces of
    • above all through those forces which can draw our organism to
    • themselves between birth and death, and permeate our organism
    • become — no longer one great organism with unified common
    • caricature of the Old Moon, to turn it into a great organism
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    • a healthy educational organisation. It is one of the most
    • point, that is organic thinking in contradistinction to
    • Organisation”. This attitude is unfortunately widely
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    • Healing of the Social Organism,
    • Heilfaktoren Fuer den Sozialen Organismus.
    • Healing of the Social Organism,
    • Heilfaktoren Fuer den Sozialen Organismus.
    • within the organs — if I may use this expression. The
    • inner organisation of man. This will constitute the future.
    • indwelling his very organism. This thought would he condemned
    • living force. The driving force in the human organisation is
    • being are merely emanations from the organs — emanations which
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    • of the organism another whole, and that one is the
    • more developed form contains the entire human organism,. The
    • when the head is transformed into the whole organism,
    • sclerotic condition. If we let the rest of the organism work
    • her several parts, all that she organises, in such a way that
    • the resting surface of the human organism in movement through
    • wells up from the human organism. Every effect of light wants
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    • no element whatever of the bodily organisation. Then comes
    • physical sense into the bodily organism; but to endeavour
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    • from the structure and nature of the rest of his organism. The head
    • He has his head, and the other part of his organism. After death we
    • between birth and death whereby our organism will be transformed after
    • our organism into a head during the period lying between death and a
    • form after death and to transform our organism. Everything that is acquired
    • our organism—everything, that is to say, with the exception
    • of the human organism was very largely due to the limited area of the
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    • organism nothing is isolated or stands alone. Everything is
    • connected with the whole organism, and although many people
    • are divine thoughts. They act upon the whole organism in such
    • Golgotha. We know that at that time a human organism
    • organic structure. When people build their actions into this
    • great organism, and through their own deeds form their
    • of the whole organism of the world.”
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    • organs. And these beings communicated the mighty secrets of
    • organism to take on an etheric mode of existence these poisons
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    • into a Christ-receptive organ. This ego must now rediscover the
    • concern should now be that the organ within man be opened, so
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    • in the switching on of the sense organs. To a certain extent
    • this goes on in our entire organism, our entire organism is
    • world through our organism. And by what we experience because
    • human organic functions. That which is acquired here
    • the pulse of organic forces. You experience the reality of
    • the organism. So by focusing on this
    • entire organism; usually that which is a voluntary action
    • a sense organ, but a spiritually developed sense organ.
    • soul organs. So something else other than the mere head, which
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    • organs from one organic being could be transplanted into
    • organism the old morality that they want to eradicate. Even
    • other words, we have access to a world only if we have organs
    • individuals today who have developed spiritual organs. They
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    • destroyer within the organism. This blue-red blood, by
    • penetrates all parts of the organism has the task to absorb
    • the lower organism. blood is for the human being as a
    • ontogeny or the development of an individual organism.
    • points out that blood is the last to develop in an organism.
    • accomplish what was necessary in the human organism. When as
    • is the principle that calls inorganic matter into life and,
    • necessary organs, we will perceive, among other things, the
    • common with the whole inorganic nature, that is, that which
    • composed, are to be found outside in inorganic nature. If the
    • transforms inorganic substances into living fluids; the
    • what has developed in a lower animal: inorganic matter is
    • inorganic substance, living substance, and nerve substance
    • laws of inorganic nature. (A crystal can be formed only
    • branches out and sends threads to the various organs, the
    • cord extended to the organs, through which contact was
    • established with the outer world. Once their organisms had
    • evolutionary level. The reorganization of the astral body
    • through its reorganization became permeated with the astral
    • within the blood, whereas when they, by means of sense organs
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    • inorganic organizing itself within the living creatures.
    • inorganic nature, but we also know that it is called into
    • spiritual science has always maintained, namely, that organic
    • and inorganic substances do not differ as far as the actual
    • fact that organic substances are more complex in their
    • taken life-giving substances to the organs, it carries away
    • consciousness. We see the organs serving consciousness
    • sensation, and to organs like the eye and ear. You may have
    • do you become aware of your inner organs? You go through life
    • none of your organs as long as they are sound. You only know
    • that you possess this or that organ when it hurts, when you
    • organization. Certain thoughts and feelings will call up
    • certain acts of will. The human organism must function
    • and willing. If an organ connected with the will is impaired,
    • organs connected with feeling and will must undergo division.
    • organism of an initiate is different from that of a
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    • organism that is considerably more delicate and refined than
    • maternal organism, from which they become independent only
    • embryonic stage must be enveloped by the maternal organism,
    • essential physical organs are gradually developing and the
    • the organs, it is of utmost importance that what surrounds
    • of its physical organs. It makes a difference whether the
    • Happiness and joy build sound organs, and lay the foundation
    • details. The developing organs must be treated in ways that
    • imagination, and that induces movement in the inner organs
    • through imagination, so its inner organs are condemned to
    • joy that influenced the forming of the Organs; from seven to
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    • consider a person's physical organism, we must be aware of
    • physical principle works on the physical organism, but only
    • muscles, that is, of those organs that support and make him a
    • strictly speaking, only these organs that come into being
    • be added the organs that are comparable to physical
    • What is significant is that these organs are built up by the
    • first principle, whereas all the organs connected with
    • Only the organs
    • In contemplating the human organism from the
    • externally visible aspect of a person's organism. The four
    • organism between birth and the change of teeth. During this
    • maternal organism work on the embryo. From the age of seven
    • begins to influence the human organism. Then at the age of
    • freed and works on the physical organs up to puberty. At this
    • maturity in the organs connected with propagation. In the
    • physical organs and causes the senses to function. When
    • extended human organism, and a person's being as an extract
    • certain laws; in a person's healthy or sick organism
    • every human organ. If we could extract an essence of the
    • absorbed by our life processes to build up the organism
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    • an organism without life. Second, we have everything
    • too are the organs of propagation, the nervous system and the
    • the rest of a person's organism. Normally we are only
    • hand the physical organs are too mobile so that they fail to
    • abstract logic — and our bodily organs are concentrated
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    • not first created them. Out of an originally lower organism
    • an organ, a tool; and self-knowledge becomes ever greater the
    • organs are lacking through which satisfaction can be
    • body is fully born. The organs could develop before birth
    • guiding its structural development. The organs grow larger,
    • that coaxes the inner organs to develop their inherent form.
    • joints and also the softer organs have consolidated. The
    • Organs; they become strong, as a muscle becomes strong when
    • its organs. A bad environment at this time in the child's
    • life does more to harm the organs than anything else. The
    • organs should now become stronger and increase in size.
    • formed the organs, but now our task is to instill into these
    • organs, as they grow larger, all the attributes related to
    • did the physical organs while still surrounded by the
    • future organ and body-building forces; later they participate
    • be able to wait until the organs that are necessary in a
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    • The people of ancient India were inwardly organized
    • thought-organism. Thought is not added to thought, each grows
    • organically from the preceding one, like growth occurs in an
    • organism. The thoughts must necessarily develop in like
    • organs, which bear the seeds through which the plant
    • strives towards the sun, corresponds to the reproductive organs
    • the organs that the plant chastely turns upward to the light.
    • beings turn their reproductive organs towards the centre of
    • reproductive organs stretching towards the beam of the sun.
    • purity and chastity the reproductive organs towards the
    • desires permeate the lower organs, a person will become as
    • He purifies his being until he develops organs of which there
    • organ will then have developed; the calyx will arise on a
    • place in an organ he will then possess, of which physiology
    • enticed the organs of sight out of the organism. As Goethe
    • organism.
    • discovers that each organ has its own color and tone.
    • attained by immersing oneself in the organs. It is true that
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    • perfect structure of the human organism. A person's physical
    • organs, through sight and hearing, and grasped things through
    • bladder-like organ. The human being could receive a soul only
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    • determined by organic laws. Some of them, upon which the spirit
    • [organic growth of the plant – integrated into
    • the stone. organisches Wachstum der Pflanze —
    • occult societies and their heretofore possible organizations with
    • organizations. The office of Conservator will be served by Miss
    • coordinate requires work very soon. In order for the organization to
    • will be organized so that by next
    • organically moving forms, warmed and waved by the human hands
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    • metabolic organs and the extremities do not become separated so
    • body and into its metabolic organs. We should not think that
    • should be so drawn that if the physical organs and the
    • we find that when the human being was asleep, the organs of
    • circulation of the blood and penetrated into the organic
    • possible, because the whole human organisation was
    • that the physical part of his physical organism, the psychic
    • traits. The whole sense-organisation has changed in the course
    • spoken, the organisation of the senses did not prevent man from
    • surrendering to that which came from his organism when he was
    • Gradually, man's sense-organs changed; his senses
    • organisation has changed, and this would no longer have a
    • were they still to use his head-organisation as a field
    • body and prematurely age his organism.
    • gradually developed the sense organisation which he now
    • has, adding it to the nerve organisation, which still remained
    • sense-organisation, with the strange result that among the
    • to speak, drawn into the sense organisation. I might
    • ruler is the human organism, which is will, instinct, passion,
    • and thought is only the executive organ.
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    • could then transform his organism more and more. He could lift
    • heart is the most powerful organ, when Christ lives in man. The
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    • an-organic earth, upon everything which constitutes the
    • pertaining to our so-called lifeless, an-organic, purely
    • permeate all the more the remaining parts of our organism.
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    • have to distinguish in him the physical organism. We have this physical
    • organism penetrated by the etheric organism, and with this system which
    • is formed by physical and etheric organism we have joined the astral
    • organism and the ego. From the way that man goes into the sleeping state
    • side the physical and etheric organism are connected more closely and
    • on the other side ego and astral organism. Though in waking state these
    • other side physical and etheric organism. So that the astral and etheric
    • organism do not unite as strongly as, for example, ego and astral organism,
    • or physical and etheric organism.
    • it might look as if the effect on the physical organism is that which
    • organism. I will indicate this by mingling the eye with this (yellow
    • diagram) as the ego (naturally, it then goes farther into the organism)
    • and with this “red” as the astral organism. We have to be
    • seeing, are the processes in the ego and in the astral organism.
    • organism of man.
    • organism. With the eye, there comes into consideration (just see for
    • physical organism of man and has in itself parts that are solid. You
    • through the whole organism; among others, it also goes up to the eye.
    • it were, radiates from the kidney system into the whole organism and
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    • up into his own organism what we call substances from nature, from the
    • change inside his organism. The first one is that when we take up food
    • and the air must undergo powerful changes inside our organism, so that
    • they can satisfy and become human, so to say, inside our organism.
    • our organism. We can work at the substances, that present our food in
    • though originally it might come out of the organic has been driven so
    • organism from the animal or plant kingdom, has to be thoroughly killed,
    • organs — essentially all has been driven out what they are externally
    • gets to the glandular organs, which transmit the articles of food from
    • We cannot tolerate in our human organism a continuation of that kind
    • the food. We can at most take up the inorganic nature so that it presents
    • way from the intestinal organisation through the vessels toward the
    • by the whole organism; but in such a way that also the astral organism
    • taken up, but leads the remaining into the whole organism on paths which
    • over the whole organism and radiates everywhere, so that this' astral
    • This astral organism in
    • heart, will be formed now into the special organs. We would not have
    • firm organs if only mouth, stomach, intestines, heart and lung were
    • there. But the stomach itself would have to be a dissolving organ movable
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    • the phenomenon that a person experienced the decay of his organs in
    • relation his human organization had to the spot on earth on which he
    • quantity of light into their organism. We know that children who at
    • a certain way the physical human organism still continued to be seen
    • as under the influence of the etheric organism. Only in more recent
    • there in nature, it will stay basically the same inside the human organism.
    • entirely different in the human organism. The human organism changes
    • it completely. One knew that the human physical organism “is not
    • inner organism, through inner organic functions, overcome the illness.
    • outer world, this will injure his inner organism and he must by all
    • organism has to fester it out, or if I bring something into my stomach,
    • which must not be allowed to stay that way, and my organism has to go
    • organism is not of this earth, and that it can sustain itself on this
    • his organism after seven years. But I also mentioned last time how this
    • Take an organ such as the
    • for his organization, that the rays from the kidney system burst forth
    • has not yet been removed sufficiently and the organ expands, or tries
    • of the heart to what it is as a finished organ. It is not so much the
    • question of looking at what the finished organ is, since it simply is
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    • supersensible world, permeates ours — is not organized in
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    • interacting organically. Freedom and necessity always
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    • which nowadays lives only in the I, entered the organic
    • into the organism, into the astral body. Why is it often
    • body and throughout the whole organism. Things have only been
    • their own organism. They will consider it a superstition that
    • find it.” Down in the organism is where the will is
    • recovered from the organic aftereffects. He gets a hangover.
    • and to introduce them into people's mental organization
    • kind of inwardly inorganic, disordered state we call a
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    • spiritual organisation. The life of Inspiration which will
    • of the human organism. Fuss (foot) is a German word
    • that part of the human organism; pied is the setting
    • relating to some single organ or other is not experienced by
    • relation of the word to the single organ in question. In its
    • life of the Spirit, the life in the spiritual organism:
    • things with which we are related through our organism: we
    • the social organism, if it is to be sound must be threefold.
    • It must have the spiritual organization because it is into
    • life before birth; it must have the economic organization
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    • man and animal. This is outwardly expressed by the organisation of the
    • life and organisation of the body. The bodily organisation in the animal
    • animals have in them organs filled with blood (take as example, the
    • relation between the inner eye and the entire organisation: whereas
    • the human eye has no such organisation, being much more independent.
    • senses from the organisation as a whole, is something that only arises
    • If we take the threefold organism, the organs of the extremities, breast,
    • organism, this the breast organism and this the organism of the extremities
    • earth, the earth is under the head organism in all animals, approximately
    • his own breast organism and extremities organism. In man the breast
    • organism is under the head organism, as in the primal the earth is under
    • the head organism; man stands with his heed on his own earth. In the
    • animal there is a separation between the will-organism that is, the
    • extremities organism, the rear extremities, and the head. In man the
    • will, the will-organism, is inserted directly into the head and the
    • connection between the organisation of the senses and the organism as
    • of nature, when its organisation is looked at in relation to the ordering
    • was in existence, in regard to outer organisation there was still no
    • up, as it were, during the Moon evolution. Its organisation does not fit
    • animal in the form of its organisation? Nature becomes sick and the
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    • plant nature where their inner organisation is concerned, and having
    • back with him. The structure of the human organism was still such that
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    • physical body and its organs. The life during the state of sleep is
    • we experience through the organs of our body. What we experience in
    • we experience through the organs of our body has of this strength only
    • softened down form from our body and its organs, because we should be
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    • in playing her part in this organisation during the last weeks of her
    • of the human organism, the human being, a constitution no longer existing.
    • The Mystery Ceremonies, the organisation of the Mysteries in their various
    • was organised by men, by personalities, who really had not grown out
    • nothing of the placing side by side of the organic being, as in the
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    • sense organs perceive the Higher Worlds will be brought out in
    • Worlds is withdrawn because we haven't developed the organs
    • beings who have as their lowest member of their organism the
    • perceived with outer but with inner spiritual organs of the
    • everything as lively form organised by higher beings who are
    • organs, here the astral plane starts. Where then begins the
    • desires but no longer the physical organs to satisfy them. Thus
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    • aware when using physical organs, and make observations on the
    • physical organs, thus taken up into the physical and ether
    • from morning to night, using physical organs — how do we
    • through use of the physical organs and living amongst
    • “I” is served by the organs of the ether-body, the
    • life-body — the composition of this fine organism with
    • organises everything, until he gets news that he needs to take
    • whole organism. The finger doesn't create the illusion that it
    • finger. If it could walk around our organism then it could
    • give, like us, the illusion that it is an independent organism.
    • being. The human being is a member of the earth organism, the
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    • structure forms, and to discover organic ones. Of course those people
    • this introducing the forms of architecture into organic forms. All these
    • of a living organism. No one will understand what I mean by this, unless
    • and allows himself to be carried into a really organic-artistic, a feeling
    • way of thinking. This does not imply that the form of an organic being
    • order to understand an organic being we must realise that a quite special
    • no suspicion. It may be said that in nature there are organic forms.
    • Structural forms are made, more or less modelled on some such organic
    • expression of the organic forms of nature. But nothing of that kind
    • an organism is a very different thing. For when a man really understands
    • a natural organism, he then possesses a kind of thinking which is able
    • to find organic structural forms quite independently of nature. But
    • of the organic. What then is the nature of the organic? Well, take as
    • an example the most complicated organism, man, and then take merely
    • so on. And this must be so in every single form in this organically
    • a hand is to the human organism.
    • those organic motives to which we have been referring. If you take the
    • you will find that they are always formed in accordance with the organic
    • organs of the blossom develop from the leaf. It is again a metamorphosis
    • out of another; although there has been no copying of what is organic.
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    • organic body is felt to be in the place determined by an inner necessity
    • of the organism. You can see that everything that is included within
    • included in the Building itself is in organic union with its spiritual
    • the organ left (photographed as you see from the model) which will show
    • that also here the organ is built in full harmony with the rest of the
    • but that it is a part of the whole form, as if the organ had actually
    • it becomes apparent to you what is organic and growing and in this way
    • most perfect result in the development of the organic creation and that
    • a human organ — say the eye — we find that the human eye
    • eyes of certain lower organisms are much more complicated. They grow
    • organs like the sword appendix; the fan of lower organic beings which
    • In man these organs have
    • organic beings is developed physically. Just in the same way as (see
    • organism, or, if you like it better, the human larynx and its neighbouring
    • organs is an organic repetition of the whole man. Only that everything
    • is put together in its own place out of an inner organic necessity.
    • is linked in organic connection with the building and also that which
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    • for the purpose of thinking to penetrate our whole organism we should
    • to life in the rest of our organism. That is, I may say briefly and
    • importance even for the study of human physical organism, if we discarded
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    • introduced into the organism. It is a whole world that the
    • and the rest of the cow's organism as a large sphere growing
    • of the sense organs. So that what in the animal forms a whole
    • organs. That is why the sense-process in man is as great as
    • cosmos what is going on in his sense organs.
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    • life man first gains, through his bodily organism, the
    • own bodily organisation, becomes capable of achieving self
    • organisation, that organisation that is itself derived from
    • organisation to go through a period of sound, all-round
    • his bodily organisation in a very different way, in order
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    • Greek world Goethe acquired the feeling that anyone organised
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    • to others because they were less finely organized. Goethe's
    • organization was such that while looking into things thus his
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    • the organism. And then again, only in a more refined way, in
    • rooted in the human organism. But they are paralysed, if I
    • earth of which our organism is composed. Certainly we are
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    • inner organs being shown to us symbolically in the dream.
    • them. Then one will find that there is hardly an organ or an
    • when something organic is not in order, but one does not look
    • unified spiritual organisation — but living in time, not
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    • which acts as the organising principle in these living
    • organisms known to us as the Darwinian theory — all these
    • man than man himself is from the one-celled organism. Huxley
    • controversy upon the general question of organic evolution,
    • creature to the most complicated, from the simplest organism to
    • transformation of organic forms by a study of his works. We
    • “see red,” to hear the tones of the organ, to
    • until organs, of which the scientist can know nothing if he
    • it is possible for organs — spiritual eyes — to
    • sense-organs of the body, the eyes and ears, have been
    • developed; and once these new organs are developed, higher
    • organs of cognition? But still, something is there
    • expression is given within the human, or animal organism, the
    • trace back the organism of the physical body into the dim
    • backwards, arriving by this course at organisms of a less and
    • transforming of the organs has since been directing its whole
    • his organs of sense. On the contrary, the “soul” of
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    • the base in order to provide for the articulation of other organs and
    • an organic metamorphosis.
    • whereas the zodiacal forces to which the chest-organisation of man is
    • in the chest-organisation which only contains the human figure in an
    • find the head-organisation; at the other, the limb-organisation.
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    • structure of the human head and the organs connected with it, are
    • Gemini, Cancer. The structure of the human chest-organisation is
    • organ of thought, if life were as rampant there as it is in the
    • towards self-extinction, and some in which strong, intense organic
    • the will operates in the organism. We know as little about that as
    • on through his organs of speech.
    • impulses he develops an over-fervid, organic, animal-like love for
    • which permeate our physical organs of thinking in the coming earthly
    • Earth, lays hold of the limb-and-metabolic organism. When we enter
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    • skin, but as a cell lives in my bodily organism so do I live in the
    • organism of the earth. The earth is asleep in summer and awake in
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    • have been working at man's organism as constructive forces.
    • organism just as constructive forces work in his nervous system
    • delicate organ has been formed which was not there before. Even
    • forehead a delicate organ has developed, and the forces building it
    • building up the organ needed to allow spiritual knowledge to take its
    • former cycles of evolution, the finer organ in the frontal cavity.
    • process of the human organism. In this we see clairvoyance described
    • from those worlds into the human organism. A sum of forces, in fact,
    • Gabriel force was at work on man's organism, and because of this the
    • organism. Here we have a living instance of the way people march
    • reality the laws derived purely from the living organism are also
    • in the cyclic interchange by one in which the organ of
    • organism, preparing it for a later time when it would be capable of
    • organism, to make man capable — from the seventh and eighth
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    • the latter presuppose eyes and ears, that is, sense organs. In the
    • higher worlds, however, we do not perceive by means of sense organs
    • but by soul organs.
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    • forth the animal organism are not so far perfected as those at work
    • in the organism of man. In our waking life the latter are inactive,
    • organism again in sleep, then it will treat these forces as does a
    • the regeneration of his organism as he sleeps. Now these forces are
    • human organism is permeated by an awareness of the forces afterward
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    • tamas food because man's organism has changed, even as far as his
    • physical world is a sattwa man. In the inorganic world a sattwa
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    • something akin to organs is built up, and he can discern that together
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    • organism, the ego and the astral body, must be worked upon and
    • towards the human organism forsaken by its ego and astral body. And
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    • King Arthur's Round Table. Something in the human organism is now
    • dead in contrast with the life of the organism that surrounds it. And
    • the organism which has been withdrawn from the sovereignty of the
    • of the human organism that had become dead.
    • independent and innermost of the soul-organs, the Intellectual or
    • of the organism that has died. The part that has remained alive can be
    • the inner organisation. Those who know the secrets of human
    • vital forces necessary for the human organism are worn away. And when
    • are required for properly building up the human organism. The
    • and of the organism must be overcome through a strong permeation of
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    • parasitic elements in the organism. The Druids and the Skalds knew of
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    • to physical life — organs which have now become useless,
    • rudimentary organisms of which the naturalist can make nothing. Such
    • are the motor organs of the ear and eye which function no longer, the
    • pineal gland is the surviving remnant of an organ of great
    • significance in primitive man, an organ of perception which served
    • simultaneously as antenna, eye and ear. This organ existed in man
    • guiding his way by means of this organ. His perceptions were of a
    • But with the mineralisation of the Earth, other organs of sense made
    • It is a law of evolution that certain organs atrophy, subsequently to
    • lymphatic system. In olden times this gland was the organ of
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    • fluidic. Instead of organs there are currents of diverse colours, the
    • the etheric body is the builder of every living organism. In the
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    • alcohol. Alcohol has a peculiarly potent effect on the human organism,
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    • between the organs and the activities of soul. In the lunatic, the
    • is not bounded by the skin; it is united with the great organism of
    • would die, for it is but a tiny organ of the Earth and the air. That
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    • by means of another organ.
    • break free from the forces of the physical organs and acquire a new
    • organism for existence in the astral world.
    • to enter spiritually into the inner conditions of diseased organs and
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    • seer knows that the faculties which may be transmuted into organs of
    • The astral organs of perception are called in occultism, the
    • organs. Transformation of the organs constitutes man's evolution. The
    • divided: the lower part producing the sexual (physical) organism and
    • In days of yore, the sexual organs (the procreative forces) and the
    • organ of the voice (the word creative) were united. Two poles have
    • organ. The negative pole (animal) and the positive pole (divine) were
    • of the nose. As yet it is an undeveloped astral organ which will one
    • Viewed from above downwards, head and sexual organ, man is synthetic
    • The heart will be the brain of the chest — an organ of knowledge.
    • indeed make use of three auxiliary organs, namely the two wings
    • developed from the two-petalled lotus which will be the motive organ
    • of his will, and for the rest, the organ arising by a metamorphosis of
    • the left half of the chest, and the left hand. Such will be the organs
    • The present organs of reproduction will atrophy as well as the right
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    • which constitutes man's organ of astral-spiritual perception has
    • beneath and its organs of generation above, turned towards the Sun.
    • The animal is at the intermediary stage, its organism lying, generally
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    • find rudimentary human forms, breathing not through the nasal organs
    • but through organs more like gills.
    • In the course of human evolution, organs are perpetually being
    • element surrounding him was made possible by an organ which enabled
    • himself on solid earth, this organ changed into the lungs, the gills
    • but around him. We reach a point when the sense-organs existed only in
    • the pineal gland — an organ of cardinal importance in those times —
    • and then penetrated within this body, having prepared the organs of
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    • only his finger. It could have no conception whatever of the organism
    • physical world we evolve ideas simply by means of the sense organs and
    • the outer realities with which these organs put us into touch. In the
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    • organism is unable really to behold life. The occultist, on the other
    • of physical organs, equally delicate and complicated. The ear is like
    • may be said of every sense-organ.
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    • alchemy capable of transforming, little by little, the organism and
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    • the sense-organs. Lucifer has lived in us for as long as Jehovah.
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    • body. Currents and organs of wonderful variety and splendour
    • are active in it. The etheric body contains the same organs
    • represent the forces which formed the corresponding organs.
    • physical organs through the densifying of the etheric organs.
    • because one has no astral sense organs. They must gradually
    • astral body acquires organs he begins to see the astral world
    • lectures will know that there are seven such organs. They are
    • these organs are gradually developed one becomes clairvoyant
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    • that he no longer needs physical organs. Thus we have to
    • preparation. Our work here prepares the organs for a higher
    • lifeless inorganic forces. Man cannot oblige a plant to grow,
    • organism. He will have them until he has spiritualised
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    • first of all see through our sense-organs what Theosophy calls the physical
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    • more delicately organised, the archetypes of life are added: everything
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    • we are parted from all our physical organs, from everything that normally
    • for the appropriate organs are absent. And this applies to all kinds
    • and the soul has to suffer this burning thirst because it has no organ
    • and violent as it is with the suicide, whose whole organism is still
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    • had formerly nourished their eyes were diverted to another organ which
    • the organs of the body are built up by the creative forces of the universe.
    • had created the organ of understanding
    • earthly world with his organs to a certain extent perfected. During the
    • organs immediately emerge. These are the seven lotus-flowers, the
    • These astral organs are
    • physical and astral organs is that physical organs are passive and allow
    • until light or sound brings them a message. Spiritual organs, on the
    • the astral organs are dimmed. It is only when the astral corpse has been
    • Devachan — that these astral sense-organs wake to full activity; and
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    • before birth it is part of the maternal organism. During the whole period
    • his sense-organs. All the impressions they receive from the outer world
    • terms of his sense-organs. The sense-organs, however, are not influenced
    • a child's sense-organs. He will see with his eyes how people round
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    • — but one which has suitable physical organs. This fits in very
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    • are related to certain physical organs. For instance, no being can have
    • be seen that the physical organs must be in proper condition if the higher
    • to take possession of the physical body, but the organism at its disposal
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    • contain the female reproductive organs and the stamens, the male. In all
    • innocence the plant stretches out its reproductive organs to the Sun, for
    • organs out to the wide spaces of the world, while its head is attracted
    • at the top of his body, and below are the organs which the plant spreads
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    • and this led to the development of an organ of sight, for light is truly
    • organs. The forms of animals and plants were increasingly densified
    • organism; he had deposited in himself a backbone, at first cartilaginous
    • transformed into organs of hearing. With the development of lungs, man
    • lower and the digestive organs were much more powerful. The etheric
    • they exercised a powerful influence over nature. Their sense-organs
    • airships which were not propelled by inorganic forces, such as coal,
    • but by the use of the organic, germinating power of plants.
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    • as the organs of sight degenerate in animals when they go to live in dark
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    • like the hands of a clock from left to right. These are the sense-organs
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    • The body of the Oriental is even nowadays more delicately organised;
    • He will prepare the necessary oxygen in his own organs, unite it with
    • deprive his breath of the capacity to kill, and must organise his breathing
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    • Now it is impossible for certain organs to arise in a being which has,
    • body, and warm blood to the Ego. In fact every one of man's organs,
    • organ on which he concentrates his attention. This method has become
    • himself into the organ he is contemplating — for example, the
    • the mental picture of the external organ and thinks only of that to which
    • of the organ and so out into the Macrocosm. He then feels his body
    • evil is prepared and organised there. Quarrelsome people are so constituted
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    • participate. And so the course has been organized by the Medical
    • forces are active through the physical organism. In contrast, when
    • organism as a spiritual process. For all processes in the human
    • organism are spiritual. For diagnosing, and still more for treatment,
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    • the physical organism in the first seven years of human life are the
    • stage, and even to a certain degree of the ego organization that
    • entire human being and in the forms of the single organs.
    • to understand is the ego organization. For this one needs to grasp
    • the ego organization penetrates the human physical body. You can see
    • organization. In waking life these four members of the human
    • organization are in close connection. In sleep the physical body and
    • 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.
    • these four members of the human 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,
    • 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 person is unable to push the astral body and ego organization
    • if the rest of the organism is as just described.
    • the sense organs and the nerve substance. They will find, although
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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
    • certain sense, against the physical organization. The conscious
    • development, it proceeds in the following way: the ego organization,
    • the etheric body has been raised out by the ego organization and
    • organism; then the spiritual world penetrates the pain, streams
    • to it. The person has no experience in the lower organs and is led
    • in the physical organs and providing them with its nourishing,
    • organization, astral body, and etheric body. Such a path as I
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    • organization, one is not in a position to understand their
    • have their physical organism. The most striking phenomenon in the
    • physical organism is that in the first period of life they have what
    • up to the change of teeth, the astral body and ego organization
    • organization and ego organization. Then in the second life period
    • and replaced. Also in the rest of the organism certain parts need a
    • process at a much slower tempo than the rest of the organism, so far
    • before the other parts of the organism — for the reason that
    • subject to the same laws as many other parts of the human organism,
    • other parts of the organism were subject to the same laws as the
    • are active in our organism in the first seven years of life with the
    • moment. Certainly when the parts of our organism that can be renewed
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    • individuals, we find that as a first stage the ego organization
    • separates from the rest of the human organism. It then draws the
    • physical-etheric organism. This is in the waking state. What is the
    • draws it down too strongly into the rest of the organism —
    • organism. Such persons, if one asks them a question, show a certain
    • body draws the ego organization in, there comes about a kind of power
    • almost completely lost the faculty of the ego organization that
    • astrality in the organs; it cannot unite properly with them. This
    • second stage, the drawing down of the ego and astral organization by
    • astral body, and etheric body into the physical organism, and the
    • physical organism is not able to receive them into its single organs.
    • Every possible organ has excess astrality that could not unite
    • properly with the organ. Now we have the pathological mirror-picture
    • organs, it takes hold of the physical organism. And conditions appear
    • that always appear when a physical or etheric organ is flooded by the
    • astral body and ego organization and they cannot unite so that it
    • organs from the higher members of the organism. What in the other
    • wanting to seize a physical organ. In the former situation there was
    • organ, manifesting in so-called “seizures,” all the
    • snapping down of the ego and astral organization too strongly into
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    • death, and could thus examine the physical organism. They were
    • perfect physical organism doesn't sin. A person sins if there is some
    • of the organism. In earlier times the healers worked to remove a host
    • organization. There lies the impulse one brings with one as talent.
    • physical body. For in the physical organization of the head we have
    • organization of the rhythmic system we have the after-effect of the
    • of course half inward, but which also works in the lower organs in
    • their physical-etheric organism; they sink down into their physical
    • lower organism. Again one needs only to look at a few general
    • investigate the concrete details of the total human organism, how its
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    • is inorganic, lifeless, while within a human being we have a
    • not continue in the same way within the human organism. Externally,
    • go in thought from the inorganic fire processes of this present age
    • to similar processes in this age in the human organism, although
    • organism with physical processes that can be investigated externally
    • other organic processes carbon dioxide is, in a certain sense,
    • body is first and foremost within the human organism; therefore for
    • physical organism; the macrocosmic astrality is all the more active
    • enters our organism to do this for us. Here you have an important
    • When we examine the human lung region, when we study the organization
    • the entire human organism), we come to a finer breathing process that
    • into the organism.
    • following process: The cosmic warmth enters the human organism by way
    • inhalation of warmth into the human organism. The element of warmth
    • the human organism that tends toward solidity.
    • itself out. It is not carried farther by the human organism; it can
    • spread out as light. We carry within us a pure light organism, a
    • light organism that thinks.
    • chemical organism in us that feels.
    • organism that wills. Thus thinking, feeling, and willing come
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    • in the organs, the perceptions that had become dim or had vanished
    • tinted with tone; through the organ of warmth, thought is tinted with
    • other side. Karma goes out at that place in the organism where the
    • the human organism.
    • organism not a state of unspirituality but a state of
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    • activity of the astral body and ego. In the human organism we find
    • organization are down in the physical body, as is the normal
    • organism, and then we have the inner cause for an illness.
    • suited to the human organism; they need to be balanced by the astral
    • really originate in the human organism. For they are fundamentally
    • that has an affinity to the sick organ, the ego-force that the organ
    • lacked is brought into the organ. This is the principle underlying
    • our search in inorganic nature around us for medicinal remedies for
    • person experiences a sick organ inwardly — sick because it
    • describe their sick organ, they will also describe the medicinal
    • sick organ. But now, from what they had perceived of that soul while
    • work in this organ if it were healthy. Upon returning again to the
    • sick organ, they knew what the situation would be under healthy
    • organism, how they sit normally within it. The priests learned to
    • long as sick people speak of what is going on in their organs, their
    • materialism will not be describing sick inner organs; they have
    • broken free of their organism; they want to describe the external
    • organs. Now sometimes a process that properly should have taken hold
    • of a person's inner organism pushes through the organism to the
    • organism. For they do not do so immediately in the ordinary way. We
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    • earthly organism. We also breathe our etheric body out into the
    • continually active in our organism that it maintains a balance
    • within the human organism of which we are quite unaware. We carry
    • summer, we carry within us what our organism experienced in the
    • nerve-sense organization. Everything of a summer nature, everything
    • a play of cosmic rhythm in the human organism. We can say that winter
    • into the human organism is another example of the initiatic medicine
    • organization of the human head. Let us suppose that we collect
    • calculating of rhythms to a view of the organization of the world in
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    • entity in the physical-etheric organism. There is, then, this
    • into the physical organism than they should in ordinary waking life,
    • physical-etheric organism do we live in the natural world. The moment
    • human being is organized on earth in such a way that one is able to
    • organs and then what in outer nature corresponds to them and will
  • Title: Broken Vessels: Lecture 1
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    • participate. And so the course has been organized by the Medical
    • forces are active through the physical organism. In contrast, when
    • organism as a spiritual process. For all processes in the human
    • organism are spiritual. For diagnosing, and still more for treatment,
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    • the physical organism in the first seven years of human life are the
    • stage, and even to a certain degree of the ego organization that
    • entire human being and in the forms of the single organs.
    • to understand is the ego organization. For this one needs to grasp
    • the ego organization penetrates the human physical body. You can see
    • organization. In waking life these four members of the human
    • organization are in close connection. In sleep the physical body and
    • 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
    • members of the human 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,
    • 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 person is unable to push the astral body and ego organization
    • if the rest of the organism is as just described.
    • the sense organs and the nerve substance. They will find, although
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
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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
    • certain sense, against the physical organization. The conscious
    • development, it proceeds in the following way: the ego organization,
    • the etheric body has been raised out by the ego organization and
    • organism; then the spiritual world penetrates the pain, streams
    • to it. The person has no experience in the lower organs and is led
    • in the physical organs and providing them with its nourishing,
    • organization, astral body, and etheric body. Such a path as I
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    • organization, one is not in a position to understand their
    • have their physical organism. The most striking phenomenon in the
    • physical organism is that in the first period of life they have what
    • up to the change of teeth, the astral body and ego organization
    • organization and ego organization. Then in the second life period
    • and replaced. Also in the rest of the organism certain parts need a
    • process at a much slower tempo than the rest of the organism, so far
    • before the other parts of the organism — for the reason that
    • subject to the same laws as many other parts of the human organism,
    • other parts of the organism were subject to the same laws as the
    • are active in our organism in the first seven years of life with the
    • moment. Certainly when the parts of our organism that can be renewed
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    • individuals, we find that as a first stage the ego organization
    • separates from the rest of the human organism. It then draws the
    • physical-etheric organism. This is in the waking state. What is the
    • draws it down too strongly into the rest of the organism —
    • organism. Such persons, if one asks them a question, show a certain
    • body draws the ego organization in, there comes about a kind of power
    • almost completely lost the faculty of the ego organization that
    • astrality in the organs; it cannot unite properly with them. This
    • second stage, the drawing down of the ego and astral organization by
    • astral body, and etheric body into the physical organism, and the
    • physical organism is not able to receive them into its single organs.
    • Every possible organ has excess astrality that could not unite
    • properly with the organ. Now we have the pathological mirror-picture
    • organs, it takes hold of the physical organism. And conditions appear
    • that always appear when a physical or etheric organ is flooded by the
    • astral body and ego organization and they cannot unite so that it
    • organs from the higher members of the organism. What in the other
    • wanting to seize a physical organ. In the former situation there was
    • organ, manifesting in so-called “seizures,” all the
    • snapping down of the ego and astral organization too strongly into
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
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    • death, and could thus examine the physical organism. They were
    • perfect physical organism doesn't sin. A person sins if there is some
    • of the organism. In earlier times the healers worked to remove a host
    • organization. There lies the impulse one brings with one as talent.
    • physical body. For in the physical organization of the head we have
    • organization of the rhythmic system we have the after-effect of the
    • of course half inward, but which also works in the lower organs in
    • their physical-etheric organism; they sink down into their physical
    • lower organism. Again one needs only to look at a few general
    • investigate the concrete details of the total human organism, how its
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    • is inorganic, lifeless, while within a human being we have a
    • not continue in the same way within the human organism. Externally,
    • go in thought from the inorganic fire processes of this present age
    • to similar processes in this age in the human organism, although
    • organism with physical processes that can be investigated externally
    • other organic processes carbon dioxide is, in a certain sense,
    • body is first and foremost within the human organism; therefore for
    • physical organism; the macrocosmic astrality is all the more active
    • enters our organism to do this for us. Here you have an important
    • When we examine the human lung region, when we study the organization
    • the entire human organism), we come to a finer breathing process that
    • into the organism.
    • following process: The cosmic warmth enters the human organism by way
    • inhalation of warmth into the human organism. The element of warmth
    • the human organism that tends toward solidity.
    • itself out. It is not carried farther by the human organism; it can
    • spread out as light. We carry within us a pure light organism, a
    • light organism that thinks.
    • chemical organism in us that feels.
    • organism that wills. Thus thinking, feeling, and willing come
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    • in the organs, the perceptions that had become dim or had vanished
    • tinted with tone; through the organ of warmth, thought is tinted with
    • other side. Karma goes out at that place in the organism where the
    • the human organism.
    • organism not a state of unspirituality but a state of
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    • activity of the astral body and ego. In the human organism we find
    • organization are down in the physical body, as is the normal
    • organism, and then we have the inner cause for an illness.
    • suited to the human organism; they need to be balanced by the astral
    • really originate in the human organism. For they are fundamentally
    • that has an affinity to the sick organ, the ego-force that the organ
    • lacked is brought into the organ. This is the principle underlying
    • our search in inorganic nature around us for medicinal remedies for
    • person experiences a sick organ inwardly — sick because it
    • describe their sick organ, they will also describe the medicinal
    • sick organ. But now, from what they had perceived of that soul while
    • work in this organ if it were healthy. Upon returning again to the
    • sick organ, they knew what the situation would be under healthy
    • organism, how they sit normally within it. The priests learned to
    • long as sick people speak of what is going on in their organs, their
    • materialism will not be describing sick inner organs; they have
    • broken free of their organism; they want to describe the external
    • organs. Now sometimes a process that properly should have taken hold
    • of a person's inner organism pushes through the organism to the
    • organism. For they do not do so immediately in the ordinary way. We
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    • earthly organism. We also breathe our etheric body out into the
    • continually active in our organism that it maintains a balance
    • within the human organism of which we are quite unaware. We carry
    • summer, we carry within us what our organism experienced in the
    • nerve-sense organization. Everything of a summer nature, everything
    • a play of cosmic rhythm in the human organism. We can say that winter
    • into the human organism is another example of the initiatic medicine
    • organization of the human head. Let us suppose that we collect
    • calculating of rhythms to a view of the organization of the world in
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    • entity in the physical-etheric organism. There is, then, this
    • into the physical organism than they should in ordinary waking life,
    • physical-etheric organism do we live in the natural world. The moment
    • human being is organized on earth in such a way that one is able to
    • organs and then what in outer nature corresponds to them and will
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    • body, he looks with spiritual organs into the spiritual worlds? If he
    • — pictures harmoniously arranged, organic pictures, pictures
    • were, using their own soul-spiritual forces to organise cosmic bodies
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    • call man, with his own peculiar organisation, into existence, that is
    • functions are in his trunk and his limbs, and that the organ of his
    • chemical combinations, the organisation of substances such as we can
    • organises matter just as the tone produced by the bow of a violin
    • organises the Chladni sound-figures. But into this condition brought
    • idea of this finer etheric element permeating the organising
    • light which organised the surging of the elementary part, the
    • the power which organises the human form? There can be no human form
    • unless it be organised by forces emanating from the brain. Our own
    • form is organised by the highest spiritual forces streaming out from
    • our own spiritual part. The lower is always organised by the higher.
    • lower part, was organised by their higher bodily part, the
    • possession of what has been cast out, and organises it, and we can
    • wabohu was organised, raised out of the disorder of the
    • trunk and limbs, organised through the power of the head, then you
    • whole cosmos. And out of the spiritual organs in haschamayim
    • he organises himself. When we think of all the streams of energy
    • we may venture to picture it as a macrocosmic man organising
    • would have to feel itself inwardly organised in such a way that it
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    • organs of sense such as we have today have followed what we are told
    • organised the complicated differentiations within it, were the very
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    • substances as an organising principle, causing chemical combinations
    • spiritual sound organises material existence according to number and
    • looks for the forces which organise matter into the solid state, it
    • states, must consist in the fact that the organising, tonic or
    • find? We should expect the sound-ether to set to work to organise
    • is organised when we pass across the plate the bow of a violin, and
    • tonic or sound-ether set to work to organise matter in a certain
    • elementary matter and organises it, just as sound takes hold of the
    • organised, so the elementary mass is organised through the radiation
    • to work to organise it. As the powder is organised in the case of the
    • light and organising sound had poured in. There should be some phrase
    • is not merely an organising, a creative activity within the sphere of
    • and organising, and they are at work too in the earth evolution.
    • higher organising powers had brought light into existence, they then
    • confusion; and there followed boker, organisation.”
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    • world has been organised, we find that each age has a number of
    • Beings were the organising powers.
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    • group, and later become directed out of a unified organism. This real
    • unity, in which the Elohim act as the organs of a body, the Bible
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    • The Work of Elementary Beings on Human Organs
    • The Work of Elementary Beings on Human Organs
    • do not express real spiritual Beings, but a kind of organic
    • organic consciousness, a projection outwards into space of
    • one's own inner being. Such an organic consciousness was quite
    • be taken quite seriously. All man's organs have been formed by
    • the organs of vision. During the Moon period, the main task of the
    • construction of our organs. First these organs have to be built up;
    • is due to the fact that organs have first been formed for it. The
    • sense organs, as purely physical organs, had already been formed on
    • period the organs acquired an inner life. Thus on Saturn the eye was
    • transformed into an organ of perception, an organ of consciousness.
    • organs were, so to say, drawn forth from the Beings. During the earth
    • it drew forth our organs; and what was perceived by man at that time
    • was this work upon his own organs. He perceived it in the form of
    • the work of elementary existence upon the human organs. During the
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    • organisation. Let us look at the human being for a moment. Today we
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    • life which ran in a parallelism between the physical organisation and
    • the organisation of soul and spirit. Then, in relation to earthly
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    • cognise the divine and spiritual through an organism still
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    • On other occasions I have said that the head-organisation of man
    • the life-forces in the rest of the organism. The moment the forces of
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    • could be apprehended only by spiritual organs. Momentous secrets of
    • animal-like organisation — was at a higher level than the animal;
    • parts of the organism, by the brain and the rhythmic system, and is no
    • human organism. This irradiates the thinking and produces what we find
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    • organised as they are now for life on the physical plane, are unable
    • present-day organisation that men know nothing of their connection
    • is to happen then; but the ordinary earthly organisation of man cannot
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    • those forces which we require for the purpose of organising this body
    • and into these substances and groups or organs, we must pour that
    • it — even as we must have the necessary organs and also must have
    • ourselves to all the different organs which form our body physically.
    • eyes, but we see individually. For the external organs this is least
    • general organs, and fashion them individually. We must learn to know
    • have to organise it inwardly. And all these spiritual-psychic
    • fourteenth to the twenty-first year there is fashioned and organised
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    • knowledge of the inner human organisation which is concealed in his
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    • then guides him to organise his life, and to create beforehand the
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    • at the destruction of the human organism, a destruction which finally
    • dying, through our so developing our organism in our life between
    • Cosmic elements, we are enabled to create the organ by means of which
    • collection of sense organs. And in Mauthner's opinion man might have
    • not only organs of sight, hearing, touch, taste, but quite different
    • number of persons will organise their lives — in whatever
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    • corresponding function in man. For example he perceived which organ of
    • in man. It is part of the organism. There is actually a common
    • spiritual organism which perceives, sees, hears and so on through the
    • organism. Everything which we have around us is a body for this common
    • investigation of the different parts of his organism, but we can also
    • part of the world each single one of his organs belongs. The old
    • will separate off his organs. He will have to control consciously from
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    • physical and spiritual organs, illness, reincarnation, and much more.
    • sensitive organs of touch, in order to find their way about. The
    • not work in it through his organs. What man experiences in his astral
    • An inner connection exists between man's activity and his organs. He
    • needs his organs both for the lowest and the highest impulses. He also
    • everything from the world, he has no further use for his organs.
    • through his organs. After death what he is thus accustomed to must
    • slowly be put aside. If he still wishes to make use of his organs to
    • perceive through the organs, which however are no longer there. If
    • his organs, Kamaloka would no longer exist for him. In Devachan
    • everything which man formerly perceived around him with his organs, is
    • there perceived from within — without organs.
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    • physical and spiritual organs, illness, reincarnation, and much more.
    • The plant world as sense organ of the Earth. The organ of orientation
    • in the root of the plant and the corresponding organ of orientation in
    • world through them. Let us take our start from the sense organs of the
    • dealing with the sense organs of the single plants, but with beings in
    • organ. This is for a plant the sense of gravity. This sense belongs
    • depends upon these little bones bringing the other organs into
    • its roots into the earth and directs its sexual organs upward towards
    • In the plant the organ of direction lies in the root-tips. In man it
    • consciousness depends upon the same organ with which the plant is made
    • organ of hearing is an inhabitant of the mental plane. This is why we
    • in the organ of hearing the old residue of the sense of direction. He
    • Each of the sense organs has a consciousness of its own. These
    • integration man would fall apart into the consciousness of his organs.
    • higher consciousness first developed the organs.
    • Then the separate organs are conscious and the person begins to see
    • of the organs. The lowest consciousness is that of the minerals. A
    • organs being saturated, impregnated with understanding (Manas). The
    • Organ-consciousness by itself can recognise the objective, but does
    • The organic consciousness possessed by the organs.
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    • physical and spiritual organs, illness, reincarnation, and much more.
    • nature. Man's organs have an organ-consciousness; this consciousness
    • organs have undergone metamorphosis. At first the hands were also
    • organs of movement. Then they became organs for the spiritual. In the
    • future only three organs will remain; the heart as Buddhi-organ, the
    • organ of movement. This future state is also related to Blavatsky's
    • pituitary gland organise a second spinal column which later unites
    • knew in what relationship they stood to man and his organs. For
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    • physical and spiritual organs, illness, reincarnation, and much more.
    • seven planes. Relationship between the passive and active organs: ear
    • an active warmth-organ, the epiphysis to an active organ of vision.
    • receptive organ; speech is the organ which produces sound. These two,
    • arithmetically organised produces sound. Here we have an example of
    • Karma arises. Just as the parallel organ to the ear is the organ of
    • speech, so the parallel organ to the warmth of the heart is the
    • corresponding organ which we must have, in order to be able to produce
    • achieved, the heart will have become the organ it was intended to be.
    • Somewhat deeper in evolution than the warmth organ stands the organ of
    • sight. In the course of evolution the organs of hearing, warmth and
    • sight, follow in sequence; the organ of sight is only at the stage of
    • rays outwards. There is an organ which will also become the active
    • organ of vision. This is today germinally present in the pineal gland,
    • the Epiphysis, the organ which will give reality to the images which
    • today are produced by the eye. These two organs, the pineal gland and
    • the pituitary gland as active organs, must develop into the organ of
    • vision (eye) and the organ of warmth (heart). Today fantasy is the
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    • In the beginning he himself created his own organism. For this he now
    • Now we can add the question: What kind of organ is it which has made
    • twelve-petalled lotus flower. Not all the physical organs have an
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    • physical and spiritual organs, illness, reincarnation, and much more.
    • sheath of the lower forces and organs.
    • of the organs. It can happen that when a person who, through his
    • which these principles organise around themselves. They work on the
    • The voice is the future organ of reproduction. In ancient
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    • cosmic organism. In the times in which great changes take place in the
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    • apparatus with the etheric body. It then became a living organism.
    • rudiments of the organ are present. It fashions a nervous system into
    • animals. In earlier times his organism was still somewhat similar to
    • astral body working within it. This organic transformation is
    • 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
    • for it, and spinal cord and brain appear as organs in the service of
    • The spinal cord and brain are the organ of the ego.
    • The warm blood and the heart are the organ of Kama (astral body).
    • The Solar plexus is the organ of the etheric body.
    • certain organ. This is most aptly expressed in the Buddha legend. It
    • the organ of consciousness. That means the paths he had previously
    • Organisation. This is the four-fold man, which contains the ego as the
    • by means of the driving, organising power of the astral body.
    • although he no longer has organs bringing him into connection with
    • them. The desire remains but the organs are lacking. In Kamaloka he
    • satisfy his wishes, because he no longer has organs for the physical
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    • physical and spiritual organs, illness, reincarnation, and much more.
    • The basis of the Organisation of the Church goes back also to the same
    • magnificent Organisation would have come into being. At that time the
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    • of devachanic organs on Earth through spiritual activity and soul
    • that man in his present epoch is endowed with organs enabling him to
    • perceive the physical world but not with organs that enable him to
    • powerful means of developing devachanic organs. In no way can
    • devachanic organs be more easily developed at present than by such
    • relationships do organs of vision develop in him for Devachan. So that
    • means of awakening the organs for Devachan exists other than spiritual
    • us as devachanic sense organs for the devachanic world. As preparation
    • higher organs than by implanting the seeds for these organs on the
    • But ever more and more spiritual organs are being formed in the Mental
    • the Earth, man will have completely fashioned the organs of the
    • the organising tendencies
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    • physical and spiritual organs, illness, reincarnation, and much more.
    • life for the development of the organs of the higher bodies. When we
    • will one day become active as spiritual organs.
    • future work formatively upon the organs. It was said to the pupils:
    • and Power, then in your higher bodies you will develop those organs
    • building would create in him an organ for the future. All such works
    • These develop the organs of the higher man.’
    • Organisation. When a mason, for instance, has worked on the building
    • reciprocal attraction between them. What has an organ-creating
    • Leonardo da Vinci or the smallest piece of work, forms an organ in the
    • done, taken together, is called Sanskara or the organising tendency
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    • organs in the etheric body. By this means they could enter into
    • two organs now used for work, the hands, were then turned backwards
    • and formed additional organs of movement, so that he went on four
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    • particular organ this induces in him an increase in power.
    • sink ourselves into our own ego organisation, to desire always more
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    • organising force; in any case an artist of distinction as, for
    • organised activity in the sphere of beauty. It therefore happens that
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    • physical and spiritual organs, illness, reincarnation, and much more.
    • now a membered organism. The undifferentiated astral mass has become
    • differentiated into the different organs, the heart and so on. To
    • comprehensive organism, which is an image of the entire environment.
    • the Monad. After the four-fold organism has come into being the Monad
    • originally undifferentiated mass divided itself into organs, after the
    • body developed. Every such physical kernel, out of which the organs
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    • its organs of reproduction, stamens and pistil, into the air (plant).
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    • appeared physically, but organised in such a way that he could take
    • there will arise the faculty of organising oneself from within
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    • astral plane. With the tiger the organ for this is in front of the
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    • If we study our sense organs as they are usually studied, we see that
    • itself. The organ of taste is not connected with matter itself, but
    • various organs in their relationships with the world. This is the way
    • heart. Through concentration on a particular organ, corresponding
    • Let us consider the undifferentiated human organism before the
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    • evolve as it is now. The animal beings then developed the organs of
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    • be concentrated in special organs of living beings.
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    • which held that living organisms could arise from nonliving
    • member of the human organization, becomes master over the others. As a
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    • organism is inconceivable without the existence of an etheric or life
    • organically formative. In an animal the sense organs, the functions
    • of the animal soul, arise out of the inner organization itself.
    • animal organization itself, as an activity of the astral body. But of
    • organism we see a certain conclusion, we see the spirit confined
    • in the animal organism.
    • very organism the spiritual activity which is made manifest in all
    • from the animal organization itself; the intelligence which I
    • spirit that is working in the animal organization. Observing the
    • activity of this spirit in the animal organization — no matter
    • the animal organization, this inwardness of the spirit in the animal,
    • organism with full vigour of life. But as people generally go the
    • creative in the organism itself, and creates from out of the
    • organism. The spiritual investigator speaks of the astral body when
    • there are present in the organism, organs which, through their
    • in the animal organism. This inner working of the spirit in an
    • organism, this experiencing of the spirit in its activity, is what we
    • the animal is born, natural forces abound in its organism and it
    • whole organization of animals and also of plants makes it obvious
    • when the organization of the being in question has already been in
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    • organization; and what the animal can experience in its soul appears
    • arrangement of its organs. Thus it must be said: the animal's
    • life of soul is determined by the fashion of its organization, and in
    • being emancipated to a high degree from the immediate organism, and
    • relatively only — independently of the bodily organization he
    • connected with its organs and experienced in its soul have been
    • emancipates himself from his bodily organism. But because in the
    • life, we have a direct activity of the spirit in the organic bodily
    • nature. The organic body in which the animal experiences its life of
    • is important. In the animal form and organization the spirit works as
    • definite organizing forces through his self-conscious ego. For,
    • naturally, no one will doubt that changes in the organization are
    • man could achieve anything without organs. So we must be clear that
    • everything working into man changes his organization. If we
    • investigate the human organization closely, we see that this
    • organization is actually changed by forces coming from without, which
    • organization, the organization of its structure, we find that the
    • animal is so organized that a certain balance is imprinted into it
    • anatomy of all the individual organs is concerned, it would be
    • organization there lies a predetermined balance, to human beings the
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    • The human organism has undergone many changes. Anyone, therefore, who
    • is, nevertheless, the lunar element in the human organism that
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    • The Relation of the Planets to the Human Organism
    • [The Relation of the Planets to the Human Organism
    • Moon-forces is that they instill into man the organic configuration
    • his organism.
    • a single organ only. In such a case these ancient initiates asked
    • therefore, the fluids in his organism were not under sufficient
    • the solid constituents of his organism, the ancient initiates found
    • warmth in man's organism is greater than the warmth of his
    • human organism. And this is brought about through the presence of iron
    • The Jupiter- and Saturn-forces are not present in the human organism
    • chemical make-up of the organism. And this characteristic again is due
    • elements in man's organism: solid, fluid aeriform. The planets distant
    • organism. Between the two groups of planets is the Sun itself. The
    • hold of the aeriform constituents in his organism but also live as an
    • in the aeriform organism because he is better able to take hold of it
    • the organism again into harmonious balance, so that what ought not to
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    • organism. The Venus-forces enable him to take hold of the fluids in
    • his organism. The moment we reverse this whole conception, all these
    • organism. The Saturn-existence viewed from outside, in its aspect of
    • actually bound up with the human organism. What is born with a man,
    • instincts from the whole organism is of the nature of Saturn; what
    • is bound up with the organism, is of the nature of Mars.
    • phantasy; also in those of memory — not the organic
    • the man bears them into the organism he receives through heredity. You
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    • earth into one organism. Indeed, we must see the relation of the
    • organisation of the world together are the forces that radiate from
    • his etheric body. His organisation as a whole is based on a
    • the human organism are due, for example, to over-exuberance of the
    • its organic life and its nature of soul-and-spirit.
    • lime-formation are also to be found in every detail of organic life.
    • organism as well. There are, if I may say so, people who are richer or
    • Man has carbon working in his organism in manifold ways. Carbon is
    • this represents the human organism. (A sketch is made on the
    • nitrogen, in his organism, ensures that the laws governing the
    • organism keep, as it were, within their confines everywhere; along
    • of the whole cosmos into me. If my organism had no nitrogen-content, I
    • space, could exert its full force on the human organism, it would work
    • his own organisation in face of the force which, through the medium of
    • the human organism opposes and balances it. So that in many different
    • self-contained human organism, and that this is constantly challenged
    • able to see how the lime element acts on the inner organisation of
    • human organism. In answer to that the old Initiate would have told
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    • organs, nor must he gain knowledge of this world or any other world
    • organs of perception, though of a higher kind, just as the physical
    • body has eyes and cars and other organs of perception and
    • understanding. “One who can see worlds without using the organs
    • illustrate this life outside the sensory body in a higher organisation
    • organism will not suffer anything normally connected with it to be
    • It is different in the case of other organs of the human etheric body
    • and the corresponding physical sense organs. These things are quite
    • is done by the corresponding etheric organs is only manifest in a
    • and their movements, these etheric organs in the etheric body are true
    • spiritual organs. The etheric organs expressed in the hands and their
    • organs man bears within him because as soon as he begins to bestir
    • The spiritual activities connected with the organs underlying the
    • observation. These organs can lead into the super-sensible world and
    • by saying that the human brain is a most clumsy organ for research in
    • hands, are far more interesting and significant organs for gaining
    • knowledge of the world, and are certainly far more skilful organs than
    • important organ. But the etheric basis of the hands is connected with
    • build up the organism that, at the stage at which physical man now
    • super-sensible world through the etheric organs underlying the hands
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    • into the true cause of such being the case with some particular organ,
    • the perfect or imperfect development of man's higher organism —
    • organ crippled from birth, while the corresponding etheric organ may
    • when the corresponding physical organ is thus crippled or deformed.
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    • call our sense organs, through which the world of light and colour,
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    • and that the other physical organs have been attached to it.
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    • sense organs and the intellect connected with his brain and nervous
    • confront the physical world and have our sense-organs open, we always
    • organism as they wish to do through sense perception, the result
    • so organised that the Imaginations hidden within the
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    • they were used to organise the physical body and all appertaining to
    • have given birth, which we have ourselves organised, for we have
    • body, as the power which organises life and consciousness. We dare
    • our physical body of the power which has to organise it. But when we
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    • to be transformed into organising forces, but there is something also
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    • Rudolf Steiner suggested new ways to organize society and engage with
    • to organize society in an arbitrary way; society ought to reflect the
    • social organism, wherein the activity of the gods in other men can be
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    • Rudolf Steiner suggested new ways to organize society and engage with
    • to organize society in an arbitrary way; society ought to reflect the
    • the social organism. I say always “strive towards”
    • “limb” of the social organism we should recognise, but in
    • organism, in the sense of spiritual science. It is the realm
    • organism presents itself in the light of spiritual science. Its
    • organism be itself “three-membered,” if it is to serve as
    • social organism must have a threefold structure, and that if
    • the whole of humanity. Humanity is trying to organise itself under
    • believe that the healthy human organism can have other than a divine
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    • Rudolf Steiner suggested new ways to organize society and engage with
    • to organize society in an arbitrary way; society ought to reflect the
    • reality, and then planted in the social organism. It is not merely a
    • sooner will the social organism be restored to health. What must be
    • different organisation from ours, so that this being has never
    • threefolding of the social organism — to the middle member,
    • should therefore never try to organise spiritual-cultural life except
    • organism. Most certainly, no one can reach this point of view unless
    • become more and more obvious that a healthy social organism must be
    • disease, a carcinoma of the social organism. This
    • healthy social organism, and the necessity of working towards this
    • threefold ordering of the social organism! There is no question here
    • of asking: What is the best way of arranging the social organism? We
    • organism and be able to work together for what is right and just?
    • organised. This way of thinking makes its appeal to actual human
    • this is how you should organise private property as a means of
    • social organism; then the operations of capital will be regulated
    • this into the social organism. The question then is simply —
    • Not on the organisation of economic life, but on the fact that the
    • organism as a whole. It all turns on perceiving everywhere what is
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    • understand even organic phenomena in terms of potentials, of centric
    • to Mechanics, and again what the leap is from external, inorganic
    • from external inorganic Nature into living Nature, and we must
    • on the other hand — even in inorganic Nature — can never
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    • physical matter. Thus in our brain the etheric organisms in some
    • forces and functionings of the physical organisation overwhelm those
    • way than in the rest of our physical organization. Let this be the
    • part of the physical organization in a muscle, and this the physical
    • organization of the eye. To describe it we must say: our astral body
    • and the physical organization in the eye. In the one instance, grey
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    • clear that the eye is an active organism.
    • organs, not from within outward; whilst from within the vitreous body
    • more living, a more vital organ, namely the vitreous body. Notably in
    • organic is. The whole working of it depends on this. First the
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    • century conceived this strange idea of universal, inorganic, lifeless
    • out of your living organism as a whole, so too this so-called
    • inorganic Nature cannot exist without the whole of Nature —
    • so-called inorganic Nature, treating it then as something
    • self-contained. This “inorganic Nature” only exists
    • What we are wont to call “inorganic” in Nature herself,
    • really inorganic things are our machines, and even these are only so
    • inorganic. Whatever else we may call inorganic only exists by
    • through our organs of hearing. The vibrations of the air beat on our
    • organ of hearing, and when they do so we perceive the sound. Now the
    • eye too is a sense-organ and through it we perceive the colours; so
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    • warmth the whole of me is, so to speak, the sense-organ. For
    • state-of-warmth, brought about by your own organic process. Far
    • warmth-organism which really swims in the warmth of your
    • tension, a relaxation, for the whole of our organic system beneath
    • thus relieve the organic system beneath the diaphragm, the
    • breathing process. In that my bodily organism partakes in these
    • what may itself be described as an organism of vibrations, highly
    • is this inner organism of vibrations which in our ear we bring to
    • functioning as an airy body. You, as a living organism of air, live
    • therefore have in us a localized organ — the eye — with
    • we have no such specialized organ as the eye; the whole of us, we
    • ourselves in some way, become the sense-organ. And we dive down
    • Apollo”, in this rhythmic play of our whole organism, of
    • sense-organs. They follow what they learn from the psychologists.
    • “sense” or “sense-organ” in general
    • prove to be totally diverse organs. This surely is significant and
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    • should have the eye as one sense-organ, the ear — another. We
    • larynx and adjoining organs when we are speaking. There is the act
    • — the aqueous humour. What kind of organ would that
    • represent? It would be an organ, my dear Friends, which I could
    • falciform process, (blood-bearing organs, continued into the eye in
    • are equally sense-organs, we shall be no less mistaken in our
    • together which are assigned to seemingly distinct organs of the
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    • inorganic realm. But we have something else as well, if once again
    • reproduced by purely inorganic methods, making electric currents by
    • which he observed is there in every organism and appears
    • no sense-organ for electricity in man.” The light has built
    • for itself in man the eye — a sense-organ with which to see
    • warmth-organ is built into man. For electricity, they say, there is
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    • organ in the metabolism. Our geometrical ideas above all spring
    • inorganic Nature there are many features like the theory of Kant
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    • is the arrangement and organisation of the physical body. By taking
    • this wonderful physical organism by yielding to his desires, urges,
    • As the blood flows in living circulation from the heart to the organs
    • and from the organs back again to the heart, so did the Sun reveal
    • shows us how insignificant we are and that we must develop new organs
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    • the inner Organisation of his astral body if he could, on waking,
    • through our organism. When we ascend far enough into the spiritual
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    • Now these different members of man's organism and constitution have
    • eye owes its existence to the light. Out of indifferent animal organs
    • the light produces an organ to correspond to itself; and so the eye is
    • out of an organism which at first had no eyes. Behind the light there
    • organs have been formed by something that underlies everything we see
    • been made into an organ of thinking for the physical world by the
    • World and the World of Spirit existed, man's organ of intelligence
    • lofty world but the forces which have formed the physical organ of
    • human intellect. The architects and builders of our organ of intellect
    • consciousness. If we ask: how is the organ evolved which enables
    • only for as long as the organ for it is not formed by forces from a
    • existence of a world from which emanate the forces enabling the organ
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    • builders of man's organ of intelligence.
    • Imagination. We shall show that the forces which form the organs in
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    • organs hold back part of the fire or warmth; what is not held back,
    • physical organism of the eye, for example. We hold back certain forces
    • At the inner “wall” of our organ of sight there is a kind of
    • organised from the Heaven World.
    • Elementary World in our sense-organs and in becoming aware of the
    • It is only possible for us to have physical sense-organs — eyes,
    • brain is formed. If higher organs are to be formed, it must be
    • create for himself higher organs. He must bring a world that is higher
    • Spirit, his sense-organs out of the Elementary World. He himself
    • builds organs higher than the brain, organs which are not outwardly
    • spiritual organs are formed and moulded, organs which gradually enable
    • organs simply represent a development and continuation of the activity
    • carried out at a lower stage. These higher organs of perception appear
    • In anyone who practises such exercises, new organs may actually become
    • two-petalled lotus-flower; it is a spiritual sense-organ. Just as a
    • physical sense-organ exists in order to bring to our consciousness the
    • world around us, so do the spiritual sense-organs exist in order to
    • A second organ of this kind may be formed in the region of the larynx,
    • another near the heart, and so on. These spiritual sense-organs —
    • — these spiritual sense-organs can be cultivated by the patient
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    • Organs of Spiritual Perception.
    • ORGANS OF SPIRITUAL PERCEPTION.
    • First of all the organs of spiritual perception would have to be
    • the organs of higher perception referred to yesterday as the
    • organs make real experience of the spiritual world possible, with some
    • with the spiritual organs underlying the brain; but it is generally
    • mean the physical heart but the spiritual organ that develops in the
    • organ becomes a kind of organ of thinking in one who achieves inner
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    • Physical Organs.
    • ORGANS.
    • degree the physical organ for the thinking of the heart as is the
    • by means of the organs of the brain and spine. Brain and spine were
    • World of Spirit. Thus the heart is revealed as an organ indicating the
    • foundation which existed in man before the organ of thinking
    • conception of man's external bodily nature. The several organs are not
    • the heart is the older organ and had to be elaborated in a certain
    • organ does not cease to evolve when another is in existence. When the
    • development, but only by conceiving it as the older organ of the two,
    • the trap. It does not know that different organs must be differently
    • we are without a science of anatomy which studies the various organs
    • possible from outside to detect which organ is older or which younger;
    • back. The human physical organism can be understood only when
    • developed a new organ. Just as the brain now lies above the heart, the
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    • and he assumes that the human soul is organised, not for error and
    • ancient organ. In an entirely different form it was already in
    • Are there organs in the human body which already today point
    • prophetically to the future? There are indeed such organs. True, they
    • perfection and after the decline of other organs will belong to man in
    • a higher form when he becomes the future Jupiter-man. One such organ
    • of the words; so that we possess in our larynx an organ through which,
    • itself through the medium of song. The larynx is an organ which brings
    • investigator as an organ through which man is membered into a
    • must call the formation of a germinal organ which will be transformed
    • Microcosm, we grow into an organism of which the heart is the centre;
    • but this organism, this bodily constitution, is unceasingly maintained
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    • such as Oskar Hertwig's Das Werden der Organismen,
    • We are not intimately organized enough, as it were, to be able
    • organs, just as the ordinary scientist is led into the bodily
    • organization when he proceeds from hunger to non-physical
    • ego is linked to them and we find a complete ego-organism. This
    • organically, where it performs its transformation of spirit,
    • organization and this is linked to the rest of the spirit
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    • with our physical eyes and ears and the other sense organs,
    • leaves the body. But because he lacks the necessary organs to
    • organic physical processes take place in it. For
    • happens in the human organism when certain abnormal phenomena
    • the organism, which then blot out the proper functioning
    • sense organs, but rather by the inner organs. If certain organs
    • of the body without the diseased organs. Then instead of using
    • being mediated by the soul because a particular organ of the
    • infection of the sense organs with judgments of the
    • that what remains unconscious in a normal organism rises
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    • organization, his form of life on the earth and so on, we do
    • is manifested, how certain organs or parts of organs only need
    • whole human organization by means of abstract laws or
    • order of the social organism.
    • division of the social organism.
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    • beings organised and constituted as men are on the earth. What has
    • acquired by means of the senses, which needs the organ of the
    • the present epoch of human life a delicate organ is being developed in
    • as an anatomical structure. This rudimentary organ is situated in the
    • brain, near the organ of speech.
    • development of this organ in the convolutions of the brain is not the result
    • a future incarnation this organ will be possessed by human beings who at
    • are now in sympathy with it. This organ will in future time be the physical
    • of the soul; just as, for example, Broca's organ in the third
    • convolution of the brain is the organ of the human faculty of
    • this new organ has developed it may either be used rightly by mankind, or
    • the present one. For this physical organ will be the physical means
    • physical organ, but this knowledge can become the common property of
    • mankind only when a physical organ through which it can be acquired
    • reincarnated souls must, however, be able to use this organ in the
    • their next incarnation, with the above-mentioned organ for the
    • organ that will be developed in human beings of the future, the organ
    • this organ — which is developing in man whether he wishes it or
    • not. In the future there will be men who are able to use this organ
    • physical bodies of an organ which they are unable to use. To have an
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    • knowledge, to involve himself in organizing social life. Thus Cusanus
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    • organism, take place from front to back. The orientation of these
    • I tried to explain the human organization in a way
    • corresponding to modern thinking. I divided the human organization
    • the chest system naturally extend into the head organization, and so
    • with, let us look at the third member of the human organization, that
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    • a sort of brain or sense organ of God. Newton had torn nature asunder into
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    • conceived the thought: in any living organism, the interplay of the
    • organs (in lower organisms, the interaction of the parts) must be
    • the organism lives. But in examining the organism itself, in
    • no equivalent for the fact that the organism must die. If one only
    • observes the organism, so Weismann said, one finds nothing that will
    • explain death. In the living organism, there is absolutely nothing
    • that leads to the idea that the organism must die. For Weismann, the
    • only thing that demonstrates that an organism must die is the
    • gained from the living organism. No feature, no characteristic, found
    • in it indicates that dying is a part of the organism. It is only when
    • organism, that we know the organism possesses the ability to die.
    • But, says Weismann, there is a class of organisms where corpses are
    • never found. These are the unicellular organisms. They only divide
    • were these organisms considered immortal? Because they never produce
    • the organic realm as long as there are no corpses. Where there is no
    • experiences. His concept of an organism is no longer such that the
    • organism is only viewed from outside, if one cannot experience what
    • is in it, then indeed one cannot find death in the organism and an
    • the division of unicellular organisms? He would have said: First I
    • organisms cast off by the first unicellular being were for the moment
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    • build up the spatial element within our own organism, as we do with
    • I tried to show how man's soul — spirit organization does
    • abstract relationships in inorganic nature. It could not develop an
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    • and the I-organization. I need not go into detail about this
    • certain disintegration of the organism. This in turn tears the
    • experience of the physical organism — man forgets it. What
    • etheric body, in this subtle organism? Man experiences quite a bit in
    • organism, the same thing was experienced as what was observed
    • -Ego Organization
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    • and the ego organization. As I pointed out yesterday, there existed
    • bodily fluids of the human organism. These too were inwardly
    • human organism, which in turn was permeated by the etheric body.
    • organization were also experienced differently than in later
    • organization. This gradually became a very meager experience. The way
    • inwardly experienced. We are not only solid organic formations, not
    • aspects from his organization, we can also say that he sucked in the
    • and call the astral body and ego-organization the “upper
    • organs with sharply defined contours. Of course, from a certain
    • tenth of man's organization. It is more accurate to say that
    • contoured organs swim. Laymen see the pictures and have the
    • organism actually functions, because only the sharply outlined organs
    • completely penetrate the body and be assimilated by his organs. But
    • false view was held concerning the fluid organization of man. Here
    • and brings about the processes of organic chemistry in man.
    • only through the interplay of solidly contoured organs. Out of the
    • their own. They never dreamed that the heart is only a sense organ
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    • organization that we can describe as solid and sharply defined. On
    • at work. Finally, the ego organization is active in everything that
    • human organization is in close interaction, in constant interplay. We
    • human organization has been experienced in different ways in the
    • organization, but in the course of time he cast it all out of
    • dies, life goes out of him, the dead organism remains. When I begin
    • to me that once it was a living organism. The moment you realize that
    • through his physical organism, and you must understand that in man
    • and especially in his physical and etheric organizations — the
    • body (his lower organization) even more dead than before.
    • already today in the higher organization of man, where astral body
    • human organism; namely, in the head organization and in part of the
    • rhythmic organization, mainly that of breathing. We must look at our
    • human organism and are accessible to precise study.
    • organ. The spleen itself is in turn an excretion of the functions in
    • a person is dying and one sees the living organism turn into a
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture I
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    • part and the subjective determination, where our own organization
    • of temperature by my organism and by a thermometer, or do I deceive
    • bringing this being of heat into relation with the human organism
    • the bearing of these things on the human organism, I may call your
    • measure the temperature of this organism, as for instance, when it is
    • unknown being of heat to the human organism has considerable
    • toward the relation of the unknown being of heat to the human organism
    • organism cannot, however, be attained on the basis of a mechanical
    • that the various organs are quite different in their sensitiveness to
    • react to heat of the several organs of the body escapes attention.
    • Today we are in no position to apply to the organic world the physical
    • organism, too, depend on the fact that we do not perceive
    • to experience subjectively everything that goes on in your organism.
    • things that take place in our organism. Among these things is that we
    • organ or the sense organ through which we perceive it is our entire
    • case of light. There is no isolated organ, we respond with our whole
    • eye therefore is an isolated organ and functions as such to objectify
    • heat organs in our entirety. On this account, however, the external
    • objectified within our organism. We cannot perceive heat in an
    • is an isolated organ, such differences you do not perceive at all in
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    • to consider in external nature even lifeless inorganic nature, a being
    • organ. This organ is simply inserted into our body and we cannot,
    • organism, but our relation to it concerns a part of us only. Likewise
    • portion of our organism, namely the organ of hearing. To the being of
    • heat we are related through our entire organism. This fact, however,
    • with our entire organism. And when we look more closely, when we try,
    • the heat condition by means of your organism, that you can do it with
    • with other parts of your organism: with the lobes of your ears, let us
    • organism. But there is something else you can perceive with your
    • entire organism. You can perceive anything exerting pressure. And here
    • and color perception to a certain member of your entire organism. If
    • back now to our own organism and find an inner kinship between our
    • that we have certain organs within our bodies by means of which we
    • for sound, the organ of taste for certain chemical processes, etc. We
    • have spread over our entire organism, as it were, the undifferentiated
    • heat organ, and the undifferentiated pressure organ.
    • other things of which we are aware but for which we have no organs.
    • immediate perception we have no organ. There are aspects of nature,
    • thus, for which we have organs and aspects of nature for which we do
    • not have organs. So it is said.
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    • organ for these entities. We say, indeed, that so far as electrical
    • an organ placed in a certain part of our make-up, that appears
    • activities working simultaneously in our organism. We are dealing with
    • examine your soul organism without prejudice and with care, you will
    • little finger as an organism. It would die at once. It only has
    • meaning as an organism if it is considered in its relation to the
    • whole organism. The meaning that the solid has in itself, can
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    • yourselves on the earth as a carbonaceous organism, you are among the
    • cosmic body, being so organized that we could exist on such a body. We
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    • physiological work involved in the human organism in the two cases.
    • clothes, but into my organism. This organism must be considered as a
    • organism is to the small activity of being pricked with the needle.
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    • the human organism by Julius Robert Mayer. Julius Robert Mayer, who
    • human organization. You see that it has only to become warmer and the
    • in which comes from man himself, which has to do with his own organic
    • to the organ of hearing. We must not feel it necessary to identify
    • organs. Concepts formed in this way about physical phenomena are
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    • wonder, my friends, that we need heat for an organism. We need heat in
    • our organism simply to change continuously the spatially-extended into
    • human organism to be inserted into the form relationships of the
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    • One who has the organ to perceive these things finds something very
    • one when the attempt is made to apply the science of the inorganic to
    • the inorganic. They simply do not apply. What has been the result of
    • this? On the one hand there are thinkers who say: “The organic
    • inorganic.” But with this view alone one can never enter the
    • reality of the living. Other thinkers like Prayer, regard the organic
    • as the source of the inorganic and come nearer the truth. They think
    • of the earth as originally a living body and what is today inorganic
    • the organic. But these people do not make us an entirely satisfactory
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    • psychic-spiritual organization is just as accurately defined as a
    • mathematical problem. The point is that at first this organization is
    • on that preparation which is in his ‘spiritual organs’. If
    • his ‘science’ has its being in these organs, he can make use
    • human organism which cannot be appreciated by the senses. This is the
    • physical body. Man can use the organization of this etheric body just
    • organization, whereas in the Soul is internal life; so we have
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture II: Exercises of Thought, Feeling and Volition
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    • the incorporation of the human physical organism in its course.
    • activity which is reproduced in the physical organism. But at the same
    • time we are conscious only of what the physical organism allows us to
    • physical organism by meditation, and the soul then experiences the
    • etheric organism is the background of the soul's experience. We have a
    • organism as its powers of growth, and also as the very powers which
    • etheric human organism, and with our own etheric organism we live in
    • the etheric Cosmos. There is between the etheric organism and the
    • human astral organization. We attain to the vision of how this astral
    • organism has its place in the spiritual Cosmos outside the life on
    • earth, and how it takes on the cloak of the physical organism through
    • organism because we experience an existence outside our bodies in the
    • organism; and we can translate this knowledge into human speech in the
    • sleep. In this condition the physical and etheric organisms require
    • etheric organisms; and the astral organisms and the Ego then take
    • will-power from the physical and etheric organism. We bind the will to
    • the astral organism and to the true form of the Ego and consciously
    • possibility of thinking through the physical organism, though such
    • conducted through the physical organism. In this thought, which
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    • organization what in meditation appears as a process.
    • in the etheric organism. The thought-experience receives a new form.
    • own human organism. This must in no wise occur. Our own
    • physical and etheric organism must remain completely untouched by
    • physical and etheric organism. We have the etheric experience; and our
    • organism itself attains to a personal experience of a relationship
    • with a relative objectivity. We look at it (our organism) and in the
    • physical organism, and are not taken up into his etheric being. He
    • Cosmos just as we live an inner life in the physical organism. But we
    • of these cosmic essences. The physical organism of man now becomes
    • an organization which for him excludes such Yoga-exercises. He
    • would never through them get quite away from his organism, and so
    • etheric organism. Such practices corresponded with a period of
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    • organisms of the ancestors to the physical organisms of posterity. But
    • for the facts of the etheric organism. This fresh effect from the
    • the astral and Ego-organization covers itself with an etheric
    • organization which comes from the etheric Cosmos, and with a physical
    • the human organism is from the forces which work in the corpse. We
    • in the physical organism, the baby does to the old man on his
    • physical and etheric organism. He experiences what existence is after
    • only outside the physical and etheric organism.
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    • organization; and during sleep the experience of the soul is outside
    • organization. The experiences of sleep reveal themselves only to
    • that of the waking condition. The physical and etheric organisms
    • conditioned by the physical and etheric organisms. The soul lives
    • and etheric organisms are subjected to the effect of the
    • of the Twin Stars. As the bodily organs are sensed in waking, so a
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    • During the state of sleep the physical and etheric organisms of man
    • these two organisms over into the sleeping state. As shown in the last
    • human organism as belonging to him, as he does in sleep. But he
    • cell of the physical organism, which at some future time he will put
    • growing organism. The spiritual organism on the other hand which man
    • which is the spiritual germ of his future physical organism, and this
    • the other life of the cosmos, as does later his physical organism.
    • spirit-cell of his future physical organism. He himself prepares for
    • this organism by working in the spirit world on the spirit-cell
    • existence he perceives his physical organism being built in spirit;
    • But in its course of sleep the physical organism exists as an
    • recognition of the growth of the future earth-organism becomes
    • will result in a true Cosmology. For here the physical human organism
    • the growth of the physical organism which man at first experienced
    • consciously, is dropped by the organs of his soul, but it is
    • the physical human organism.
    • forms her etheric organism. Thus man gets used to his etheric organism
    • before his physical organism receives him on earth. The events
    • organism to physical cell-formation. With this the human soul which
    • meanwhile has taken over her etheric organism, can unite. She can
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    • physical organism appeared out of order, for they had to assume that
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    • the etheric organism previously unknown to this consciousness. The
    • experience through his physical organism of the outer world, whereas
    • etheric organism has effected in the physical organism.
    • physical organism must always be capable of being brought into
    • ego into the physical organism than is the case in the ordinary
    • ‘stepping-out’ from the physical organism, and the ordinary
    • physical organism.
    • but that part which before was conscious in the physical organism
    • mirrored by the physical organism. And the substantial part of this
    • imagining is the etheric organism which is manifest in the development
    • the universe underlies the etheric organism just as this underlies the
    • activity a conceptual form by grasping the physical organism. It dives
    • experiences with its etheric organism. This latter, however, the soul
    • does not experience in its activity. This etheric organism is itself
    • organism. As long as the soul merely ‘imagines’ it lives
    • unconsciously in the astral organism, and both the physical and
    • etheric organisms are contemplated; as soon as the soul attains
    • ‘inspired’ knowledge the astral organism is also brought
    • organism.
    • organisms grow out of the spiritual world. But it can also observe the
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    • 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
    • physical organisms. Through thinking the sense-perceptions are
    • experienced by the etheric organisms. But in this experience it is not
    • consciousness by the physical organism.
    • reflective activity of thinking in the physical organism, it can only
    • thoughts. These unperceived happenings in the physical organism are
    • activities of the etheric and astral organism and of the ego. In his
    • organism as a psycho-spiritual being. There is in the etheric organism
    • organism. In the astral organism there exists a copy of the
    • In the etheric organism the outer world is active in man. In the
    • astral organism continues to be active whatever man has experienced in
    • physical organism. In the waking state it is similar. The inner
    • head-organization of man strives continually to be changed from a
    • tendency during earthly existence. The physical organization resists
    • it. Precisely at the moment at which the astral organism in its
    • head-organization would have to cease as a physical one, the state of
    • sleep intervenes. It replenishes the inner head-organization with
    • strength from the rest of the physical organization by means of which
    • This strength lies in the etheric organism, which grows less and less
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    • the astral organism at work which is more loosely connected with the
    • physical organism than the part which corresponds with feeling. And
    • already this part of the astral organism corresponding with feeling is
    • more loosely connected with the physical organism than is the part
    • organism of the will the true nature of the Ego. While something
    • of the physical organism corresponds with feeling, the will-part of
    • the soul continually permeates the metabolic organism and the
    • organization of the limbs. But it is only actively connected with
    • head-organization is a surrender of the psychic-spiritual to the
    • organization is an alternate surrender and drawing-back. But the
    • limb-organization, the will-part is stimulated to surrender itself to
    • the physical and etheric organization and to be active in it. The
    • physical organism. During the making of thoughts this destruction
    • extends only to the head-organization. When the will ordains something
    • the destructive activity of metabolism and of the limb-organization
    • takes charge. The thought-activity flows into the organization of
    • physical organism takes place. This stimulates the will-part of the
    • organic activity with a constructive one.
    • suitable to the human organization which has reached the present
    • moment of earthly development. The human organism is now so
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    • there as the complicated etheric organism.
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    • cannot realize that the nails belong to and are part of an organism.
    • organism of the earth. But where is the being of which these rocks are
    • single plants; the whole organism of the earth feels them, just as when
    • to the whole organism. If you want to understand what pain is in the
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    • slightly to the left; the corresponding organ in the etheric body is
    • ego have no organs that would make this awareness possible. Man as he
    • is at present can perceive only by means of physical organs. There are
    • around man as many worlds as he has organs to perceive them. If he has
    • one organ more, a new world reveals itself to him. His astral body,
    • if he has not yet become clairvoyant, has no organs, hence during the
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    • how the relevant organs are formed.
    • physical world? The fact that light comes to him and forms the organ
    • degenerate, and other organs, for instance, the organs of touch that
    • are essential there, develop greater sensitivity. The organ of perception
    • would be no eye; the light has produced the eye. Our organism is a product
    • by the surrounding world. Similarly, in Devachan the spiritual organs
    • the elements around him builds for himself a kind of spirit organism.
    • in whom member after member of his spirit organism is coming to birth.
    • organs of intelligence properly. Some cases of idiocy are due to this,
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    • in that spiritual realm he has no physical organs. But everything in
    • organic texture that is necessary if the human individuality is to use
    • integrated unity originates from the fact that the smallest organ is in
    • keeping with the organism as a whole, that is to say, even the smallest
    • members of the maternal organism. During the period just before birth,
    • effect upon his finer members and organs. All external factors have
    • to use your hands, they would atrophy. The same applies to all organs;
    • red, for example, upon the finer organs in the hurnan being, is different
    • that is around the child. While there is activity, the organs develop.
    • before birth. The same applies to the other organs before physical birth.
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    • through life against attacks! The same applies to all the other organs
    • or a being was always organically linked with what each was to express.
    • kingdoms for his organic structure; in that period of ancient Saturn
    • account of certain organic conditions this made such an impression that
    • beings on Old Moon; organs take shape, for example, the liver, but it
    • of organs, an experience of figures and rhythms. The bodies present
    • appearing like an aerial mirage, like a Fata Morgana. On Old Moon,
    • Organic members involved in a process of inner metamorphosis were brought
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    • as organs in a plant grow and subsequently die, so did this half-living
    • substance on Old Moon. The Old Moon was like a great organism, living
    • of what the organs in the head were at that time is the place at the
    • organ during the Old Moon embodiment. It was a kind of sense organ that
    • Through this organ, which was a delicate, luminous body, man's astral
    • gland at that time was a kind of warmth organ, emitting powerful, luminous
    • of this organ was to show him the direction he must take. Man's perception
    • visible in his organ of warmth. It gleamed and was luminous when he
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    • mineral element, the inorganic, and therewith the magical powers vanished
    • magicians, working only with what is inorganic; on the other side, there
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    • of evolution, so too physical man and his organs. We know that man's
    • physical body contains organs that today no longer function. They are
    • organs of the past, the remnants of which we still bear within us. We
    • also have within us the foundations for organs of the future, organs
    • foremost of these organs is the human heart, which contains striated
    • because it is an involuntary organ that consists of smooth as well as
    • striated muscle, which is to be found in all voluntary organs in man.
    • In point of fact, unsuspected by science, it is an organ of the future
    • and is on the way to becoming a voluntary organ in the human being.
    • an organ of the future, connected with the deep mystery of procreation.
    • his offspring into existence, for the larynx will become a creative organ.
    • sleep at night has no astral sense organs. Hence, it is impossible for
    • the average individual reveals itself to be, is organized in such a way
    • that it gradually begins to develop organs and can then have perceptions
    • during the night. In normal life man is not yet able to form organs
    • world are not suitable for developing organs in the astral body. But
    • your astral body thereby, generating organs in it. These mental pictures
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    • organized for a higher life. These three bodies form, according to
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    • life forces are organized, or how the rhythmic system must struggle
    • construction of this organ. Such a person must then come to realize
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    • awakened spirit organs, the spiritual light within them. This holy
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    • organisation of the eyes, begins to see colors. The whole world would
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    • in time, is organized by spiritual beings which collectively belong to
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    • differently organized, particularly with respect to these qualities.
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    • The organizing of the planet in such a way that it does not follow an
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    • nothing for the liver, takes no part in the inner organisation of the
    • in the organisation and structure of the liver. The different organs
    • heart, the ego has its essential part, whilst in the organisation of
    • — not to mention the other organs. Thus, when we consider the
    • formulae, we have in its various organs, things, beings of quite
    • spleen are very different organs; the astral body has, in a very
    • materialistic descriptions of the organs of men, animals and plants,
    • body, but were to form it into some sort of organ, and by a certain
    • permeated by life, and is a living organism. Indeed a continual stream
    • in the heart; or as plant-life is centered in the various organs which
    • organized into beings; for there is astral substance, even in the
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    • organize himself up to these beings next above him; must, as it were,
    • longer rightly organized for the understanding of these old facts. To
    • earth-organism feels pain resembling that which we feel when a hair is
    • organism of our earth who have the same feelings as our own astral
    • inorganic, devoid of life; on the other hand, we have its etheric body
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    • encounters us formed, organized, in such a manner that we perceive
    • planetary system. Just as the human or animal organism separates off
    • in the principal substances of the earth's organism. Thus we have
    • certain mineral main substances of the earth's organism of which we
    • which externalize as etheric streams in the organism of the earth.
    • have also so referred the principal substances of our earth-organism
    • earth-organism, bears a still greater resemblance to the planet
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    • depended on how they organized things and established institutions.
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    • his whole organization and on the nature of the forces in him) begins
    • force which it really has because of its organization for the whole
    • the growing man and view the deeper forces of his organization. These
    • organization, man is really ripe to develop an Ego out of himself only
    • his inner organization, as this has developed; for the
    • but the organization for the Ego first appears in the 20th or
    • cleavage between external organization and inner experience, of sorrow
    • and pain in life because (by reason of his organization) certain
    • far beyond his organization: all this leads back to the fact that the
    • men; An external man who is organized to develop his egohood in the
    • organization. Emancipation of the Ego-consciousness from the outer
    • organization takes place in childhood. We go through something in our
    • soul which proceeds independently of our outer organization and which
    • can even come into sharp contradiction with our outer organization. We
    • no attention to our organization, to what is below in our bodies. In
    • development of our organization goes from the first to the seventh
    • fact. We come to see that sickness, frailty of the human organization,
    • really a duality. We die because we are organized in a certain way and
    • in our organization pay no attention to our Ego-development. That with
    • organization, this is brought home to us when this organization, in
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    • egoistic I and the totality of his organization — if that
    • the Luciferic principle, and our organization. Death, after all, is
    • education which will adapt us to our organization. We suffer in
    • divinely-permeated organization. Our organization falls away from
    • progressing divine organization. This question, however, cannot be
    • Luciferic principle, and the progressive human organization. Men felt
    • organization of mankind, after the Mystery of Golgotha, of necessity
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    • meant the church turning into a worldly organisation, then we
    • was introduced which worked against the external organisation
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • the arms and the right placing of the human organism in a posture
    • human being acquires in the mobility of his organism there proceeds
    • etheric, astral organs of breathing, proceeds further exerting a
    • beyond into those organs which, out of the inner human being, bring
    • animal. When the flame of the organic being works horizontally, it
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    • no body, no organism, in the pre-earthly life, as we still possessed
    • and we simply draw them out of the world. Our organic system is only
    • our physical organism, but that they are the residue of living forces
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    • to work inwardly upon our organism are active within us only during
    • in the organism and human beings were aware of them. They felt
    • physical head-organization, it remains unfruitful for the development
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    • there before birth. The physical organism is the tomb of the living
    • since that time that an inorganic natural science could arise,
    • because the human being began to grasp purely inorganic laws. Now for
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    • tiredness, I called it. In ordinary life organic existence requires
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    • soul-spiritual Beings descending into the human organism communicated
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    • sluggishness in the organism and the physical organism becomes
    • less noticeable. But with the present human organization man receives
    • earlier times men were not free in their organization, destined as
    • his organic development. He often dreams that he does this or that
    • permeated the physical organism with what fills it with
    • Activity you have the feeling that it is an organism, one member
    • then the necessary organs are not there. Therefore he must tell his
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    • the organism. The life of the rest of the organism remains dull,
    • heart and the rest of his organism is concerned, as if he had nothing
    • these other parts of the organism develop wish, will, capacity for
    • more capacity for intensely desiring with the rest of his organism to
    • the organism; to learn to think not only with the head but with the
    • child, however, tastes with its entire organism and therefore with
    • its stomach. The infant is all sense-organ. There is nothing in him
    • that is not sense-organ. The infant tastes with his whole being.
    • only one, for that is enough. If we have to organize a school we
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    • an organ for perceiving these subtleties if we want to develop any
    • example, about the State and about organizations to make the State
    • quantity of each into his organism. From the physiological point of
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    • can see if one penetrates the being of man that in the human organic
    • completely destroyed and then created anew. In the human organism we
    • within the human organism can be newly created. Matter is continually
    • organism. The establishment of the law of the conservation of matter
    • only in the machine, but also in our social organism, is rightly
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    • organic, vital connection of the head with the rest of the organism.
    • shooting up from the rest of the organism into the head and you may
    • have stated above that we have here only an image. Organically, what
    • to the rest of the organism.
    • sphere, permeates our earth and our organism with the exception of our
    • play a certain role in our human organism but which are the universal
    • organically driven into phantasms. The bones may spread their nature
    • over the rest of the organism. Then the human being becomes ossified,
    • age. Then he carries the death-dealing element in his organism,
    • the concept of the threefold nature of the human organism or the human
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    • organism. This latter part of the human body could be further divided,
    • bodily aspect, in as far as this head formation contains the organism
    • organic conditions in the cosmos, through some conditions of
    • the human organism is that with respect to the outer spatial size of
    • man the rest of the human organism is larger than the head. The truth,
    • which has been added to the head as the rest of the human organism has
    • animal form. But the rest of our organism we received as an organic
    • In a certain respect our head has become our organ of thinking. Our
    • organ of thinking is that part of us which, if we may use the
    • of the head organs you will recognize them as transformed animal
    • organs.
    • the organic processes that take place in the head through the forces
    • organism. The head owes to the rest of the organism its participation
    • in the general life of the organism. If the head were simply to rely
    • upon those forces for which it is organized, namely the forces of
    • head, in our nervous system and its connection with the sense organs,
    • retrogressive evolution is going on there and the organic processes
    • there may be compared with the processes of organic growth. This is
    • organic, the material, must first be broken down, must first be
    • destroyed; then above the organic process of destruction the thinking
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    • as is the rest of our organism. Seen from the organic aspect, Lucifer
    • in making the human head as living as is the rest of the organism.
    • the life forces out of the rest of our organism into our head.
    • organism, exclusive of the head, is fashioned; this organism is full
    • organism is still in the ascending evolution. If we believe that
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    • is an organism that develops continuously. Just as in the case of the
    • single organism we have puberty, and also later epochal transitions,
    • of mankind as of an organism, as I have just indicated, should not be
    • heart organization and the human rhythmical system (read what I saw
    • shows us the nature and needs of that sphere of our organism which
    • — only those human beings are atheists in whose organism
    • something is organically disturbed. To be sure, this may lie in very
    • For, if our organism is completely healthy, the harmonious functioning
    • if we possess a completely sound organism; that it is a misfortune if
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    • the soul. But in the present state of the constantly changing organism
    • stating it simply, has its instrument in our head organism. And we
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    • distinguish the various members of the human organism and to realize
    • organization and that which constitutes the rest of the human
    • organization. As you know, the rest of the human organization consists
    • organization of the rest of man is primarily important.
    • organizations are, at the outset, pictures for us, pictures created by
    • organization in this evolution from that of the rest of the human
    • organization. Everything connected with the head organization, which
    • Indian culture. We may say: the human head organism of that time was
    • different from our present head organism to a great degree and the
    • We have, through our head organization, an incomplete nature
    • our inner organization, through the organization of the rest of man,
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    • organism? We know what we think about willing, but willing
    • world. We have no bodily organs for feeling and willing; we do have
    • bodily organs for perception and thinking. Many physiologists believe
    • that organs for feeling and willing exist; this shows that they do not
    • fact that the speech proceeds from my soul, through my speech organs,
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    • human being then beholds the relinquishing of his organism to the
    • organism is treated by the bullet shot as if it were an inorganic,
    • lifeless body; it is completely relegated to the inorganic world.
    • human organism, be it in the form of a bullet or in any other form. In
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    • organism is seized by the tumult of feeling. This happens in
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    • powers and the complex connections between psychological and organic,
    • instruments, his organs of sense, his nervous system? In what
    • way does he use his bodily organs in order to exist in his
    • that our inner corporeality, our sense organs or brain, bring
    • or the sense organs produce the content of your soul-life. Both
    • It is necessary for our ordinary organization that we be
    • facts which next confront him. The higher sense organs, if we
    • organs in a healthy way, he forms an unhealthy part in his
    • organism. Thus not only our physical limitations, but our moral
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    • powers and the complex connections between psychological and organic,
    • have considered what may be called the human organization from
    • organs and the nervous system, which we may call the tools of
    • this consciousness — the sense organs chiefly, but also
    • organism is so constituted that changes are not ordinarily
    • less by our whole organism. (See diagram b–c.) To all this,
    • is not necessary for the effect upon our own inner organism as
    • is produced upon the general human organism. There are certain
    • body, affect the organism beneficially, or obstruct the entire
    • enlivening, creative, into his organism.
    • speak, any other parts of his organism except the
    • only of his organism. What he has injured is most
    • factual reality of his organism by descending from the level of
    • thereby in his entire organism.
    • the organism. But when he has for a time learned to know
    • forces in our organism. Such an observation of our own
    • of all this upon his own organism. When he has this image
    • being sees his own inner organ. He has entered the region (see
    • the clairvoyant in observing his own physical organization.
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    • Connections Between Organic Processes and the Mental Life of Man
    • powers and the complex connections between psychological and organic,
    • Connections Between Organic Processes and the
    • of the physical body, the physical organization. We have the
    • limb organization, which we consider as one because man's
    • movements are intimately and organically connected with
    • organism, and if we consider what we possess as a
    • organism can read them directly from it. But the present trend
    • regards them as organs of equal value, since both consist of
    • these things, and two organic systems which are as different
    • knowledge of the organs. We learn really to recognize our inner
    • organization. While our outer perception is more and more
    • become acquainted with each single organ. He learns to know the
    • differentiated human organism. We attain to the spiritual world
    • concrete knowledge of the inner organs.
    • organization; and the world of will is adjusted to the
    • organism in its entirety. Take the lung organism, the liver
    • organism, and so forth. Looking at them within, you reach a
    • organs, naturally by means of spiritual sight. What exactly is
    • this surface of the organs? It is nothing less than a
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    • born in a body, which as a body, through its physical organisation,
    • reincarnated such a high psychic-spiritual organisation, that he could
    • this soul could be born in a perfect physical organisation, which was
    • What was thus worked out as a perfectly adapted physical organisation
    • organisation of the physical brain must be inherited from Abraham by
    • organic structure of this people developing from age to age, an image
    • organs, and the so-called ancient clairvoyant organs. And now comes
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    • Man employed his astral body as organ of knowledge, but he lost more
    • and more the possibility of developing an organ of knowledge in his
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    • impressions on our other Sense-organs, are really so
    • appears, when one shuts one's Sense organs to it, That is the
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    • external nature outside him as presented to his sense-organs in
    • endeavoured to establish such organisations as should cause the
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    • chained to the inorganic forces.
    • intelligence, the power of Manas is applied to the inorganic, to the
    • have a specific relationship with his organs. Sometime I will explain
    • have a specific relationship with the organs of the human body.
    • the structure of the digestive organs, represented by the stomach. If
    • it has, then the human digestive organs, including the stomach, would
    • organ through which man is severed from his nature-basis. There is an
    • does not yet belong to the earth, who has not yet evolved the organs
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    • external physical sense-organ to that of seeing with the physical eye.
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    • organ of the heart”, (see p.185).
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    • will become visible, not to the physical eye, but to finer organs of
    • organized the planets into their relationships. What you see spread
    • herewith the proportions of a normally organized human body are
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    • could be compared with a Fata Morgana, so light and fleeting were
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    • occurs when a being that has many organs so forms itself that nothing
    • of these organs remains visible, so that they contract to a tiny
    • we can determine with our present organs, the present planetary
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    • the human organism something of the same, even though it is there in
    • organism. In order to understand this rightly it is, of course,
    • when something is introduced into the relationships of an organism,
    • way that the forces of the organism did not determine its structure
    • determined by the harmonious relation with other organs. Just this
    • head developed, and it will continue developing. Men also have organs
    • times to come it will be transformed into a spiritualized organ of
    • forerunners of mankind, the gods, were gifted with an organ with
    • and his larynx will become his generative organ. What the human being
    • the other, which unites with this generative organ. It will be an
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    • principles in him, therefore all his parts are organised within him.
    • beings of Venus and of Mercury are their organs of execution, the
    • composed of separate organs. On the Moon, man was still a being like
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    • contained the germs of all the future organs. At the point where the
    • formed the germ of that organ of the human body which, when its
    • organ by which, when it ceases to beat, the whole physical body and
    • Thus also have all the other foundations or germs of the human organs
    • organised into man, so that he received his first consciousness. The
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    • solar system has arisen organised itself into ancient Saturn, the
    • by an astral body; but it was already so organised that after passing
    • gradually was this physical body organised during the ancient Saturn
    • of Aries; the foundation of our organ of speech, when Saturn stood
    • of the human organs.
    • personalities of later days have woven into them, organised into
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    • as the organisation of his astral body, that is to
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    • The organs and
    • unorganised and lacking organs of perception when they withdraw from
    • and ego of the clairvoyant investigator organs have been similarly
    • organs are of a different kind. Thus the first task which the person
    • that of building into his hitherto unorganised astral body, and ego,
    • necessary to develop these spiritual organs. But that is not the only
    • an ordinary person since he would have an organised astral body. He
    • on sealing-wax. Real, conscious clairvoyance begins when the organs,
    • their own organs. The astral body and ego are delicate soul-beings;
    • produce a different organisation of the astral body. It is a great
    • sphere to building organs in our physical body which could not hear
    • astral body and his ego; and he would, instead of receiving organs
    • and enrich him with the mysteries if he has cultivated his organs in
    • within himself the right organs of perception, and a world of ruin
    • Organisation, and it is therefore imperative to bear this continually
    • free from the physical sense-organs and free from the brain, the
    • astral body is changed in such a way that it receives organs, is also
    • first experience, which occurs through the organisation of the astral
    • organs they are, how complete in themselves, how perfect as
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    • and an organised one which has been influenced by the Spiritual
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    • elementary organs of the plant, the leaves, and later, the calyx,
    • healthy air develops his organs correspondingly, and the same thing
    • happens to the spiritual organism of a man who absorbs one or another
    • kind of spiritual life and culture. Since the bodily organism is a
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    • change took place in the whole human organisation. A change, it is
    • upon the changes which this organisation undergoes. There is no such
    • organisation.
    • for the organisation of the physical body reside, all those forces
    • of the human Organisation would clairvoyant consciousness have
    • which the etheric body is organised. And this in its turn is
    • of a corresponding change in the human Organisation. It was a change
    • physical body; the time will come when the human Organisation will
    • constituent parts of his Organisation. Now everything within us is
    • our physical organisation. At the time when the etheric body was
    • physical organs as instruments. It was therefore necessary that the
    • worlds through its etheric organs. Therefore at a certain epoch it is
    • future incarnations lives in organisms wherein the etheric body is to
    • Organisation must again be influenced from two sides. The old Indian
    • was in a certain sense differently organised, his outlook was
    • so organised, that be was not only aware of that which is felt by the
    • came to perceive light as a fluid pouring into his Organisation from
    • Indian organisation was permeated by what lives as soul within the
    • etheric body goes forth out of him and that he can use the organs of
    • human organisation has already progressed so far that it is no longer
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    • could make use of this etheric body and of its organs if he gave
    • eyes or hear with ears, or think with the physical organ of
    • understanding; I make use of the organ of the etheric body.’
    • proceeding from the divine world. With his etheric organs he saw the
    • so organised that right thoughts coalesced of themselves, we should
    • Persians were the organs which originally formed part of what today
    • the old Indian period the etheric body and its organs were developed;
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    • implies the ability to see with the organs of this higher self. The
    • perfection. If today we wish to understand a member or an organ of
    • gradually did these organs assume their present form, one being
    • developed and incorporated earlier, another later. Some organs we can
    • actually designate Sun-organs, as having first appeared during the
    • Sun evolution, others Moon-organs, and so on. If we would understand
    • potentiality it is one of the oldest human organs. During the period
    • organs, the heart comprises a Sun element, a Moon element, a second
    • elements within the organ in question while their cosmic counterparts
    • recognize the different elements in each organ. That will suffice to
    • the organism; we perceive these as we do a color or a tone. We are
    • totters and falls over. The human body contains a delicate organ
    • matter that penetrates the organs of the mucous membrane of the nose.
    • any significance. True, the skin can be called the organ of the
    • temperature sense — the same skin that serves also as the organ
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    • substrata of the human organism. This method of spiritual-scientific
    • even merely blinking, the astral current in the organism moves in the
    • marvelous organs, the semi-circular canals of the ear. Such spreading
    • These formations that signify a human sense organ were promptly
    • compared with certain organs in the plant kingdom; in certain plants
    • sense organs can be applied quite as logically to the mousetrap as to
    • the human organism with the light of theosophy, it will not be able
    • understand the entire structure of the human organism
    • sense of smell. Here the human organism is taken in hand and affected
    • of special organs. The consciousness soul not only effects an
    • expansion and rarefaction at a certain place in the organism, but
    • causes the astral body to extend its impulses beyond the organism. In
    • the nose, the astral substance presses outward, leaves the organism,
    • pours its astral currents outward through the organ of taste, sending
    • creation of the particular expression of the human organism as
    • organism makes a different impression, according to the way in which
    • consecutive syllables. A certain basic organization results. A member
    • the Folk Spirit infuses into the individual organism in connection
    • which the Virgin is addressed actually affects in the human organism
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    • Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
    • and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
    • languages, which vibrates into the human organism, are the Folk
    • the mysterious work upon the fluids, that vibrates into our organism
    • spiritual organs of perception come into being. When the astral
    • astral tentacles, man develops other spiritual organs. As his ability
    • to thrust out astral substance increases, he forms a second organ in
    • heart the third organ develops, the twelve-petal lotus flower, the
    • are these organs not seen, but they do not even enter consciousness.
    • entire life of feeling is an activity of the inspirational organ
    • organs are developed.
    • criss-crossing of the currents that the threefold organization of man
    • forms its organ.
    • spirit works on the form of the human body. It evokes all the organs
    • into being the organs of the consciousness soul, the intellectual
    • developed their organs. Through the intellectual soul, for example,
    • Now let us assume that such an organ is to come into
    • intellectual soul has no part, an organ independent of the work of
    • an organ in which an impression received from the astral body is
    • would be the nature of an organ in which these four currents work
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    • Supersensible Currents in the Human and Animal Organizations.
    • in the Human and Animal Organizations.
    • currents that shape the human organism and give it form in a manner
    • explain a certain significant phenomenon in the human organism, that
    • in addition to the asymmetrical organs (heart, liver, stomach, etc.)
    • my description could at a pinch be accepted if the whole organism
    • symmetrical organs. This objection, however, can be cleared away,
    • body sends its forces into the human organism from the front
    • proceed to build the human organism?
    • the human organism and build divers organs into what was already
    • there. At the same time the sentient soul works in the organism from
    • dammed by the physical organism and bore their way in. In this way
    • sentient body boring their way in. They form the sense organs. In the
    • openings represent the eyes, ears, organs of smell, etc., and the
    • sentient body had, so to speak, bored the holes for the sense organs
    • relation of human thought to the outer world. With our sense organs
    • we can perceive outer objects, and if these organs are healthy they
    • dim clairvoyance, and again it is the human physical organization
    • organs needed to give the impulse for bringing about speech, but the
    • up in man's own organism. Man had to move toward a current that could
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    • the organization of the nature of man as body, soul, and spirit, from
    • nerves. Those that run from the sense organs to the brain or the
    • when an object is seen, the message of the sense organ is first
    • through our sense organs we take into our soul, in a way, and there
    • sense organs. We have posted sentinels, as it were, at the boundaries
    • we experience through our sense organs. What is represented within
    • object makes an impression upon the sense organs and induces an
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    • impression, by the sense organs, the physical body.
    • bodily-physical sense organs are opposed, in the other, the currents
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    • organization of man (body, soul and spirit), as did the catholicizing
    • such a way that the organization of man was permitted to comprise
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    • because the nature of his organization is such as to cause him to
    • our soul life as organized in this way, we should have to observe
    • organs, nothing that enters us through our eyes or ears. We are
    • body during sleep. For this reason, as far as the total organism is
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    • that is grand and mighty. I have bodily organs to convey all this
    • our outer world and our bodies with their organs, but great indeed is
    • would be if we could make proper use of our entire organism. We
    • employment of our bodily organization, our corporeality, while awake.
    • as the hand feels itself to be a member of the organism, and he would
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    • organs of outer perception must turn away from the phenomena of the
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    • earth-organism, which was a living organism only until the middle of
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    • ever different organisations; only in our fifth Post-Atlantean epoch
    • period; it must gradually form the physical organisation of man into
    • again, and at last it was born into a body possessing an organisation
    • otherwise organised, still had to be used as an instrument to observe
    • organisation. There were such Beings also in the later Persian and in
    • organisation. They were not wholly contained within it. For that
    • organisation; for we can do our work by carrying down to men what they
    • having had to use everything in this human organisation. It had not
    • destinies of the human organisation within an earthly body which he
    • Buddha repeated a human organisation belonging to earlier times,
    • into the organisation of man. He, as a single individual, could not,
    • be organised into man in the fourth epoch; conscious, pure thinking
    • organisation; he transcended that which walks the earth as physical
    • possessed by a human organisation in the fourth post-Atlantean period.
    • individuality organised only for the intellectual soul. Hence,
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    • The etheric and astral bodies are organised for the purpose of
    • our organism, yet it has, none the less, grown stronger. We desired to
    • lost. They pass over into the next incarnation and the injured organ
    • then able to build up the particular organ that brought us a premature
    • therefore, say that if any one organ is particularly strong, this
    • points to a preceding life in which that organ was once ailing and we
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    • body, or rather of the human organism of Jesus of Nazareth had to be
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    • arrangements organised by the various civilisations will no longer
    • separate citizen, but a member of the organism of Athens, Sparta, or
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    • organs. To perceive objects we must move about in the world. To
    • world through his sense organs. After death he lives in a world of
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    • interests, and inasmuch as they are dependent on physical organs, and
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    • organization, with the climate and with the formation of the larynx.
    • Yet plants do not have a soul element. The sleeping human organism is
    • ego. There the ego has to work on the sleeping organism as the sun
    • draw death forces within our organism. They accumulate and because of
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    • ear is inherited. The organs are transformed according to the
    • birth. The first instrument on which man plays is his own organism,
    • the several organs are still undeveloped, and we are endowed with
    • wisdom during childhood in order to “plan-in” the organs,
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    • period where man begins to prepare so that his physical organism may
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    • be even less able in a following life to prepare organs for himself.
    • with talents and abilities which prepare his organs so that
    • special organism on earth between life and death. Apart from an
    • we develop the organs to behold them. But between death and rebirth
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    • necessary inner physical organs to take an interest even in its
    • organization to be so affected by his surroundings that he goes
    • predestined through the physical organization. When such a soul again
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    • our organism. These are our organs and that world is we, ourselves.
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    • organs. The intellect, which is bound to the brain, also ceases to
    • we experience depends on the functions of our sense organs but also
    • and it lives on the activity of our organs. After death the part that
    • surface. Our organs are within us, whereas the starry heavens are
    • spiritual that belongs to the Moon becomes an organ within him. It
    • human beings. Each planetary body becomes an organ for us after death
    • embryonic evolution, all the organs have formed; They are
    • simultaneously present. After death we acquire these organs little by
    • organs successively. We may, for example, compare the organ we
    • discarded, and the spiritual part of the cosmic organ is now inside
    • world, what we have experienced by means of our organs that make us
    • these organs.
    • physical organs. For such a radical atheist the world after death is
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    • ideas with one another. As when in looking at an organism one comes
    • can lay hold of into a great concept-organism — a logical
    • concept-organism. Hegel was simply able to seek out everything in the
    • thought, and to make an organism of it — Logicism! One can
    • other, and then waits to see what happens to one's organism.
    • from this or that plant, works upon the organism, affecting
    • particularly this or that organ. And so to be a Mystic of Materialism
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    • built into the human organism, according to its inner configuration.
    • organism were not so prepared that it provides a basis for this daily
    • their little engravings, so must our whole organism be built up from
    • organism so that he inclines to Idealism. In like manner are the
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    • ideas with one another. As when in looking at an organism one comes
    • can lay hold of into a great concept-organism — a logical
    • concept-organism. Hegel was simply able to seek out everything in the
    • thought, and to make an organism of it — Logicism! One can
    • other, and then waits to see what happens to one's organism.
    • from this or that plant, works upon the organism, affecting
    • particularly this or that organ. And so to be a Mystic of Materialism
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    • built into the human organism, according to its inner configuration.
    • organism were not so prepared that it provides a basis for this daily
    • their little engravings, so must our whole organism be built up from
    • organism so that he inclines to Idealism. In like manner are the
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    • the bodily organs, then it carries the life-destroying forces up
    • various experiences of pain develop to the organs of consciousness.
    • feel certain interior organs of your organism? You go through life
    • organs as long as they are sound. You feel them only when they give
    • you pain, and you really know that you have this or that organ only
    • the physical organisation of man. Certain acts of will appear after
    • organism must function in the right way if these three forces are to
    • willing. If the organs of will are crippled a man is unable to
    • from one another. The organs of will and feeling must suffer a
    • division, and therefore the physical organism of an initiate is
    • harden, crystallize in physical things and organisms up to man, and
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    • physical organism we must be aware that within this physical organism
    • architects. But the formative principle of the physical organism
    • sense-organs, where we have to do with physical contrivances —
    • organs are built from. They are built by the first principle. On the
    • other hand all the organs connected with growth, propagation,
    • permeates the physical organs as well. Only the structure
    • have to do with a human organism, it is plain to us that even within
    • the physical organism these four members are blended in a man like
    • These things which jointly compose the human organism have quite
    • principle in the human organism. This work is accomplished in the
    • birth of a child, the forces and substances of the mother's organism
    • outer world to begin having its effect on the human organism. The
    • the physical organs up to the time of puberty, when a sheath, the
    • activity in man by bringing him his sex maturity, with its organs and
    • hard organs, whereby the etheric body, the principle of growth,
    • that outside things actually form and build the physical organs. When
    • explanation of the human organism, and a man is like an extract
    • with Paracelsus we may say: In this plant is an organism conforming
    • sick organism, corresponds to this plant. Hence Paracelsus calls a
    • each of man's organs and what is around him in nature; we need only
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    • the sacrificial priests. The whole organisation of the Eastern State
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    • do nevertheless work as soul in the animal organisation. It is indeed
    • into being what we call his higher human organisation. In order that
    • organisation, certain forces were necessary, and these are the same
    • Why had man to turn towards an inner organisation the special forces
    • Because only by acquiring this inner organisation could man become the
    • incarnation to incarnation. No other organisation could have become
    • organisation were not suited to the Ego-individuality. Everything
    • contributed to making this organisation thus suitable, and to this end
    • human organisation had not progressed far enough for it to become the
    • which had the task of embodying the Ego in this organisation. But this
    • included the ancestors of the human organisation making one unity. It
    • have been burnt up!’ But these beings were so organised that at
    • speed that it would have been impossible for the human organisation to
    • organisation, and enabling it to take up an Ego, and to be the bearer
    • The human organisation as it exists to-day was produced from the
    • combination that the human organisation would have been able to
    • human organisation is to be produced, a special arrangement is
    • that one says: The human organisation is not a simple thing; it
    • organisation would have died. These three processes had to take place
    • because of man's threefold organisation.
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    • the spiritual organs of perception, it will always — when dealing
    • healing power which the plant has in its inner organisation. In the
    • animals — to the tritons. If we cut off certain organs from such
    • organs quickly grow again, and the animal soon looks as it did before.
    • form a complete organism. The etheric body of a triton still acts in
    • form and organises the forces of physical nature, these forces react
    • builder of an entirely new organisation at a new birth, all this now
    • organism that which it brings with it from previous incarnations. We
    • a great difference on our inner organisation between the reaction of
    • when working into the deeper human organisation; but if the impression
    • impressions which act very strongly upon the human organisation and
    • themselves so that they work deeply into the organisation of the
    • appear in the constitution of our whole organisation in a new life.
    • express themselves in a weak organisation in the new life. (The
    • ‘weak organisation’ here refers to the being, and not to the
    • organisation can be traced back karmically to egotism in a previous
    • a deeper organisation of the soul; for if a person only follows what
    • bring with him into the next life not only a weak organisation but
    • — so Spiritual Science shows us — an organisation which is
    • inner organs in the finer organisation. Something is there which does
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    • self-healing powers and to draw them forth from his organism. The
    • forces came out of the organism, until after a time the fever subsided
    • develops, and how the healing powers spring forth from the organism
    • particular case called forth the healing powers from his organism, but
    • the whole organisation of the physical body, the etheric body and
    • Ego is stimulated into action in opposition to the organisation of the
    • opportunity whereby in the next incarnation his threefold organism
    • being, into that which, after kamaloca, organises the next existence
    • physicians, the influence of these healers on the human organism will
    • in the life before him, owing to his other organism and his remaining
    • organisation with the stronger forces it has gained by overcoming
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    • not go deeply into the foundation of the human organism. And we have
    • a law which influences the deeper lying forces of the human organism.
    • organism. And this barrier against the penetration by our acts and
    • thoughts into the deeper forces of our organism, consists in the fact
    • our organism.
    • penetrate in a definite way into our inner organism and there
    • co-operate with the formative forces of our organism. And we are able
    • continues to be active within our living organism, forming, as it
    • were, an alliance with the deeper forces of our organism, and thereby
    • influencing our organism itself. As we see, a complex of conceptions,
    • our being before they can intervene in our organism. We then pointed
    • transformed into forces which now develop an organising activity, and
    • organism when man enters existence through birth, and in so far as the
    • things stand in an intimate relationship to our organism, but if we
    • The result of all this is that when we are dealing with an organism
    • organism so that through the conquest of the illness in question it
    • of the complexity of the causes we are forced to leave our organism
    • that part of our organism that has achieved a certain cure, if we
    • thinking continually about the sickly part of our organism, we bring
    • continually force their way into that part of the organism which is
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    • life do not pass by him in the same way, because he has organs so
    • the suitable organs. Thus if someone has received a great many musical
    • in the whole of the human organism will result from this. For what man
    • and Lucifer transformed into organising forces which, in a new life
    • organism. What happens when such disorders are brought about? When the
    • organism when the astral body goes beyond its bounds, but also
    • body and the physical body in the human organism. We have here the
    • statement that a person only knows that he possesses an organ when it
    • has the organ in question. In many of the popular sayings there is
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • incarnation, and how the beneficent forces add pain to the organic
    • organism to such an extent as to develop organs through which we can
    • pain, damage that renders useless the organ which it attacks.
    • organ has been attacked by Ahriman; in other words, the etheric body
    • has entered this organ more deeply than it should — more deeply
    • organ, the man is even more open to temptations of error which are the
    • work of Ahriman upon earth. By means of the organ which owes its
    • without the defective organ.
    • spiritual world, in that moment the organ is destroyed; it will either
    • destruction takes place. Thus if we see an organ approaching
    • the organ is taken from us so that we may find our way back into the
    • forces do in fact destroy our organs or weaken them so that we may not
    • disorder in the liver. If this organ had not been taken from him, the
    • expressed it. Of this the liver is a very good example. It is an organ
    • physical illusory world, and at the same time the liver is the organ
    • which incapacitate our organs when we fall a prey to ahrimanic
    • describe as the normal? When our present solar system organised itself
    • destruction of an organ the beneficent activity of spiritual powers,
    • destroy organs in order to assist the beneficent effect of the ancient
    • to an organ, so that we may escape the effect of Maya, and yet, on the
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    • Thus we can carry within our deep organism the karmic effects of an
    • is present in a certain part of the organism, as in our etheric body
    • a deeper intervention in our organism than can be achieved in one
    • formative forces of the organism, and even the most delicate and
    • subtle parts of the organism will be stirred thereby. If what is
    • forces, we shape our new organism so that it must have a tendency
    • this consciousness will not only conduce to a certain organisation of
    • inner organisation, these two halves of life differ in every respect
    • as karmic result, and will develop inner forces in his organism. We can
    • we can take precautions by which these characteristics in his organism,
    • a way that the effect that is expressed in the external organism as a
    • will not be cleansed of all uncharitableness, but only the external organ
    • within his inner organism until a future incarnation. Let us suppose that
    • organic expression of uncharitableness is killed in the most complete
    • person whose organism has been so transformed, something also for the
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    • incorporated within his organism. He may, for instance, be driven to a
    • case, for instance, with smallpox which is the organ of
    • bodily organism. That which is psychically and emotionally the
    • enter more profoundly into the organism, and to impregnate it far more
    • have a stronger tendency to affect the organism, to modify the
    • organism more closely in the future. Thus woman's life absorbs the
    • tendency towards deeper intervention in the organism by means of the
    • the organism itself in the next incarnation. A deep working into and
    • working through the organism will bring forth a male organism. A male
    • organism appears when the forces of the soul desire to be more deeply
    • experiences in one incarnation results in a male organism in the next
    • states ‘Man is woman's karma.’ The male organism of a later
    • before. In man's organism the inner man has penetrated thoroughly into
    • penetrate less deeply into the organism in the next incarnation. He
    • incarnation the organism is less impregnated. So comes the inclination
    • incarnation will be an organising force for our body in the next. And
    • organism, and, conversely, through man's experiences a female
    • organism. Only in rare cases will an incarnation in the same sex be
    • however, that every male organism will in the following incarnation
    • to penetrate far more deeply into the organism, into the material part
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    • incarnations, that the human organisation is not what it might be. If
    • organism through the soul. In the three kingdoms around us, therefore,
    • beneficially affects this or the other organ. It has often been said
    • that the organism has within it the forces with which to help itself.
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    • is a necessary part of its organization, for otherwise the beings in
    • away from the sense organism and make it independent, permeated with
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    • organic; people speak more and more a book language. This is the
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    • these are organised in such and such a way and run in so many
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    • find them within other beings which are more highly organised; beings
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    • organism, thereby causing the organism also to live on imaginations.
    • because it comes from his organism and not from his soul!
    • effect, positively responsible for the external organization of human
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    • petal again from the leaf and the organs of the fruit from the petal.
    • The progress of human evolution is just as organic as individual human
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    • state organization. Thus do Ahriman and Lucifer play into each other's
    • of having cut into the living organism with such consummate skill, and
    • if one were to describe an organism by suggesting that it develops
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    • showing how the leaf changes into the blossom, how an organ appears in
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    • This is a direct historical consequence of the callous organization of
    • is incorporated into our organism. Humanity could only become
    • their thinking and reflecting, and also in their social organizations,
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    • Three-fold Division of the Social Organism. By this means the eyes of
    • organize it and give it form.
    • political shaping of the social organism, then down to economy and
    • Egyptian source, that Wisdom which gives the power to organize human
    • the social organization of England and America. I shall speak of this
    • The periodical, The Threefold Social Organism, recently
    • of the whole organization, must in all earnestness, out of the depths
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    • the right way. Now under the State organization of Milan, the abbot of
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    • organization, we are continually dying; in every moment we die. We
    • only live because the rest of our organization works against this
    • nervous system, to our sense-organization in our life between birth
    • centred in the rest of his organism. That which comes into existence
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    • somewhat dormant, and publishes at Dusseldorf, as its official organ,
    • “Threefold Social Organism”. You see what Spirit of truth
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    • organization, but will perish in it. Only an understanding of
    • Sozialen Orgaeismus (The Threefold Social Organism) it is boasted
    • sentence, “The weekly paper, The Threefold Social Organism
    • organization. Something new must be stamped upon human evolution.
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    • The ordinary physical human being may be described as an ‘organism in
    • space’; we see the different organs spread out in space, so to speak,
    • of imaginative thought, however, is better described as ‘an organism
    • time-organisms. We have come to experience what in the modern science
    • works within and builds up the physical organism of man; to know that
    • physical organs, our minds, the circulation of our blood, even in our
    • of our organism stage by stage. In the space-organism of the physical
    • organism as a super-sensible thing brings us to the stage of the exact
    • organism and outside it. It is thinking purely through the forces of
    • thinking, which does not make use of the physical organism, we cannot
    • organ, in the heart, the liver and so forth, of the physical organism,
    • plant and animal and every organ of man, in them the moon- and
    • in every human organ there is a kind of balance between the sun-force
    • of being which are at work permeating every single organ, are
    • becomes possible to exercise a healing influence on this or that organ
    • soul the whole of our organism must be made transparent so that we
    • learn to look on our physical organism in a physical sense and in a
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    • called yesterday his ‘time organism’ — the formative force body
    • exists independently of his physical bodily organism, and as it
    • representing only lifeless nature; they will be able to create organic
    • proceeded from the organism of his physical body, for he knew it was a
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    • dependent upon the head but upon the rhythmic organism of man. The air
    • the physical organization of his Gemüt, man is not
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    • down into his physical organization, affecting his health. Much of
    • even into the physical organization; and we can say that if we
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    • Autumn Festival, Druid and Mythric Mysteries, Organization of the Heart
    • Autumn Festival, Druid and Mythric Mysteries, Organization of the Heart
    • conditions of the human organism and transform these into pictures
    • between dream symbols and our inner organic states and processes. Or
    • into the outer organization; whereas in the case of a medium
    • subconscious sense organ: subconsciously the head perceives through
    • the eye, so the human heart is in reality a sense organ in its
    • organism. The heart is the sense organ for perceiving all this in the
    • Now, to raise this heart as a sense organ to a certain degree of
    • etc., in the human organism. The upper man, the headman, had to sense
    • say, Now the metabolism in my organism is of this nature, now it is of
    • that. Actually, the processes within the human organism seem the same
    • in January from September, and in what way the heart as a sense organ
    • human limb-metabolic organism. The Mithras disciple was taught to
    • heart organization, his heart-science, which transmitted to him the
    • ability to make his entire being into an organ of perception, to
    • develop his capacity for feeling into an organ capable of gleaning
    • was an organic force in man, related to growth, and other forces. It
    • on the human physical organism; to observe how the ether forces,
    • organic life as well as our social life is interwoven — an
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    • all the individual organs of the body. So the body in a sense
    • consist in man’s concentrating inwardly on certain organs of
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    • but as physical earth man he belongs to the earth in its organic
    • cosmic sense-organ of the earth.
    • my organism; the moment I cut it off from my organism it is no longer
    • the rest of his organism. If the finger could walk about on the rest
    • earth, apparently play no part in the human organism, according to
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    • follows: it had a very large eye-like organ surrounded by a sort of
    • upon a physical organic foundation, has only gradually developed, and
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    • sense-organs of the head, or of the sense-organs in general you would
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    • permeated the organism and caused the head to grow out of the
    • organism. An extraordinarily powerful impression was made on the
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    • nevertheless in his sense organs. He felt his being in his eyes, he
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    • completely a sense-organ.
    • it were, his own organism as a kind of mineral thing, that is to say,
    • himself organized in this half-soft mass, and he felt the
    • organization of the whole planet streaming out from his own
    • organization.
    • through the mouth, the air also goes its way through the organs of
    • product. And if you stretched out such an organ as you had at that
    • man's own organization was felt as only a piece of the whole
    • a condition of the Moon-organization at a particular time. There were
    • certain epochs in the Old Moon-organization when within the
    • one saw it had been formed organically. Today we should not speak of
    • horn is what it is through organic agency. Similarly with deer or the
    • organic life.
    • vivifying element, enabling him to feel his organization right into
    • heat pour on to your body and into your organism, then you will feel
    • as if each individual organ felt slightly different from before. You
    • interior of the human organism. Today corpses are dissected and from
    • through touch feel the form of an object. And so if one organ in your
    • organism is made sensitive to another through attention to light, you
    • may describe the internal organs so that at least you can get
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    • as part of his organization. He also carries other metals within him,
    • worked. They knew that our sense organs, especially the organ of the
    • such an inner Organisation, which will gradually lead them to
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    • to an entire human organism, and if we observe the tip of the index
    • part of a complete organism.
    • something which came from himself. He felt his expiration as an organ
    • that which lives, for instance, in the human organism in breath and
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    • man's organism, especially in that part of the organism which
    • embraces the organs of digestion, the liver and the spleen. Thus when
    • you consider a human organism, where we have the digestive tract, we
    • Now that goes on in such a way that the human organism
    • mean that his etheric body would have no basis in his organism. If
    • body would have no basis in his organism. Man requires for his
    • requires that activity in his organism which consists in the
    • “The human organism under certain conditions, if one simply
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    • affected by that which, for the organism, constitutes the breath of
    • human organism it has a quite special effect on the organism of man.
    • Gold has a quite special relation with the human organism when, as we
    • bring about any change in his organism. Man's thinking has become
    • ego-organization, and gold inserted in the right dose into the human
    • organism can bring back power into thinking. It restores to thinking
    • In regard to the human organism, in its several members,
    • 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
    • Now what gold is for the human organism is connected
    • organism, he could follow the planet in its passage through the
    • various organs of the body. We find here a confirmation of
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    • organs and of human functions, were thoughts about the
    • much a part of human nature as colors, forms, and inorganic
    • of the human organism, in the black and yellow gall, in the
    • organized substance to the highly intricate human organism. If
    • cell as the simplest thing in the organism. Viewed in the light
    • that what exists at a particular place in the organism must be
    • that the whole organism can be explained by a process of simple
    • that by virtue of its very position in the organism the
    • organic life today, the relationship of the organic to the
    • to ask whether under certain conditions in the human organism
    • relate the human organs to the universe!” In the way in
    • indeed, correspond in a marvelous way with the organization of
    • super-sensible organ of soul can do by way of conceptual
    • these you will not come to something similar in the organism,
    • expression in the human organism for what is contained in the
    • physical organs, as you were able to for the conceptual life in
    • there is no adequate expression in the human organism, in the
    • organism.
    • the material nature of the physical organism.
    • the innermost being of the organism. The act of will enters
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    • organism. I would feel bound to begin with a kind of
    • arranged in the human organism, a vista that would be needed in
    • world, consists of a physically organized system, an
    • etherically organized system, an astrally organized system, and
    • what characterizes him as an ego organization. You do not need
    • general organic activity rays out in a certain sense, at least
    • animal organization. Though of course there are exceptions, the
    • animal organization is such that sexual maturity represents a
    • in. This organic deterioration may not begin in a very radical
    • certain organic culmination. On the other hand, the physical
    • physical, etheric, astral, and ego organizations. This
    • side of philosophy. We take the functions of the human organism
    • man's physical organization, this encompasses everything in the
    • human organism that can be dealt with by the same methods we
    • physical organization of the human being.
    • human etheric organization, however, which is incorporated into
    • think of the etheric organization of the human being as
    • that I sketched earlier) that the etheric organization as a
    • organization. You need only think of this as a structure of
    • itself to what is solid in the human organization, to the solid
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    • As we begin to view the human organism
    • head, though of course this head organization really extends
    • of the skin, and also those within the human organization, must
    • conception of the modes of activity in the human organism
    • nerve-sense system from the rest of the organization as a
    • certain regulative factors found in the organism. As a second
    • member of the human organization, then, we have the rhythmic
    • human being, and, as a third member, the metabolic organism, in
    • which I include the limb organism, because the functional
    • organization described in the last lecture as being mainly
    • are related to the astral organization of the human being. In
    • and thereby also to the individual organ systems, as I showed
    • human being, the rhythmic organization of man.
    • organization of the human being is very frequently
    • the measure of health and disease in the human organism. What
    • nerve-sense organization for the growth of the human being.
    • human organization works into the second, and this expresses
    • encompass the radiations in the human organism that originate
    • in the head and skin organizations on the other (everything
    • depths of the human organization. We can picture the building
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    • organism in its states of health and disease — or, to say
    • processes within the human organism are different from those
    • being himself; indeed the human organism could not exist
    • the organism, we have to do with an ascending curve, a curve
    • ascending from the essentially inorganic, as it were, to the
    • organization. When we speak of working through our nourishment
    • up to the point where it is received into the astral organism,
    • occurs in the plant. In all the peripheral organs of the plant,
    • inorganic substance — which is still, however, on the
    • borderline of the organic, of the living. It is exceptionally
    • important to realize what we are bringing into our organism
    • organism.
    • what unfolds in the human organism as a tendency to call forth
    • must admit that all food introduced into the human organism is
    • something that this organism must utterly transform, reverse.
    • introduced into the organism. That is why it is nonsense to be
    • organism that is more foreign to this organism than what we
    • understanding of the human organism is necessary before we can
    • estimate the value of an external remedy for this organism. Let
    • human organism as a remedy — the iron in the blood. The
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    • diseased organism, what can we look for except natural processes also
    • organism, falling out of the causal connections of the healthy organism in
    • on the organic out of the inorganic, to delineate properly the concept of
    • recognize in both organizations a process occurring in accordance with
    • extreme case within the diseased human organism, one that presents
    • even to microscopic investigation as something organic, or at least as
    • something that looks organic; and it appears in the ordinary organism in
    • such a way that it gradually destroys the life of the rest of the organism.
    • bodily aspect of the human organism; this seems to ascend from
    • We can also go to the other extreme of the pathological organism. We can
    • organism and develops it excessively into something abnormal. And then
    • we consider a human organism as abnormal. I do not want to dwell
    • When we encounter the normal human organization, we see that in the
    • reach the point of picturing an organism that functions too strongly, for
    • longer have the slightest idea what to do with it. If the human organism
    • through feeling. Such a human organism would appear to be burdened
    • human organism we therefore see something arising that appears to flood
    • the organism with forces of organization that incline toward sense
    • which the organizing force of nature appears within the organism,
    • organization inserts itself into the organism. In the pathological
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    • importance in the human organization, something as important for the
    • the physical-etheric organism at the time of the change of teeth, what
    • the human being therefore has within the physical-etheric organism
    • simply sits in our organism; what we know from age seven on simply
    • sits within our organism in an organizing way. It creates there, but
    • nature; we see it creating within our own organism. Thus if a child
    • of organization, and we can perceive them, as it were, through
    • forces that permeate the organism in an organizing way in the first
    • we definitely still retain in us the organizing forces. We have
    • thereby from the organization. We have taken memory from its latent
    • human development, this organizing force, this growth force, must be
    • Let us assume, now, that too much of this organizing force active in
    • picture a development in which insufficient forces of organization
    • remain stuck below in the organism; they are not carried properly into
    • through the organism between falling asleep and awakening.
    • forces in the human organism[,] that should actually enter the
    • below in the physical organization. Then what I spoke to you about
    • yesterday occurs. If the normal degree of organization-forces is
    • proper degree of forces in the organism to organize this organism in
    • this, however, if we have transformed too little, then the organizing
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    • soul-spiritual stands within the human process of organization; this
    • organ, as it should, thus wreaking havoc in it. When this happens we
    • the organism .
    • hold of the physical organism, whereupon certain parts of the physical
    • organism are abandoned, not to processes taken hold of by the human
    • organization but to subordinate processes of natural existence. In this
    • way organs “physicalize” — if I may use such a word —
    • today: this is the view of the threefold nature of the human organism.
    • constitution of the human organism must not be understood merely
    • remaining organism as such. We may thus say that when we speak here
    • the system of functions in the human organism (for we are concerned
    • within our organism.
    • Thus you can see that in the human organism we have three different
    • that could lead organically over into therapy; it must be studied
    • tissue of the human organism, not in the dead way that is customary
    • A mobile image of the human organism can thus be pictured. The human
    • organism cannot be encompassed with static, abstract mental images, as
    • of organs situated at rest in relation to one another.
    • We thus can see that within the human organism there is basically a
    • processes. The human organization cannot be grasped without this
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    • the human organism consists of the nerve-sense system — the head
    • organism work in a thoroughly opposite way, they also work upon one
    • system will take place in the abdominal organs. Of course it will take
    • organization of human nature, we can see in the phenomenon I have just
    • human organization only if one is able to penetrate the human being in
    • be introduced into the human organism by administering the appropriate
    • improperly among the three systems of the human organism.
    • this is the case, the human being is organized in the normal way, as
    • ego-activity in the organism. We find that the actual carrier of this
    • force-organization lying at the basis of the ego-activity in a certain
    • way, it could be possible for this force-organization to become
    • able to fulfill in the human organism is excessively enhanced. Those
    • that the manifestation of rickets in the human organism is a process
    • organism. These phosphorus processes in the brain, however, must be
    • is balanced from the other side, from the other pole of the organism;
    • organism itself. It follows the same direction as the growth in the
    • small doses are administered to the human organism, they work in the
    • rest of the organism as small doses able to restrain the rickets
    • sketched under the red, is freed within the organism, as a result of
    • human being with outer, inorganic nature becomes transparent. What I
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    • conceptions of the form of man, of his organs and organic functions,
    • colours, forms and inorganic forces now seem to us part and parcel of
    • Galen saw in his four elements of the human organism, in the black
    • what most resembles purely physically organised substance to the
    • highly intricate organism of man. If we seriously pursue Spiritual
    • complex, and the cell as the simplest thing in the organism. Viewed
    • in the organism, must also be studied in reference to its
    • the whole organism can be explained by a process of simple fission
    • very position in the organism the relation of a liver-cell to
    • the study of organic life to-day, its relations to the universe are
    • to relate the human organs to the Cosmos!’ In the way in which
    • theories are too limited to grapple with the intricate organism of
    • correspond in a marvelous way with the organisation of our life of
    • organ of soul can do by way of conceptual activity. Down to its very
    • — let us consider a different function of the human organism,
    • we try to find an expression in the organism of man of what is
    • of the physical organs. The breathing process is something for which
    • there is no adequate expression in the human organism, in the same
    • human organism.
    • organism.
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    • various functions in the organism of man. I should feel bound to
    • study would gradually open up a vista of the human organism, leading
    • physical organisation, an etheric organisation, an astral
    • 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
    • sets in. This organic deterioration may not begin in a very radical
    • etheric, astral and Ego organisations. The objection has in fact
    • organism, distinguish between them, and — since distinctions do
    • we speak of the physical organisation of man, this includes
    • everything in the organism that can be dealt with by the same methods
    • physical organisation of man. In regard to the etheric
    • organisation that is woven into the physical, however, our mode
    • laboratory. Whatever we may think of the etheric organisation of man
    • organisation as a whole is involved — functionally — in
    • everything of a fluid, watery nature in the human organism.
    • to what is solid in the organism, to the solid structures and
    • aggregations of matter. We understand the organism of man aright only
    • inorganic world to the solid parts of man's being, whereas we
    • think not only of the cells — the smallest organisms present in
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    • we begin more and more to view the human organism in the way which I
    • the threefold organisation of the physical being of man. Yet a
    • right understanding of this threefold organisation is of the
    • threefold organisation of physical man, the system of nerves and
    • only of course in this sense the head-organisation really extends
    • and also those within the organism, must be included. We
    • activity in the organism unless — theoretically in the first
    • the rest of the organism as a whole.
    • regulative factors which are present in the organism. As a second
    • member of the human organisation, then, we have the rhythmic system;
    • and, as a third member, the metabolic organism, in which I include
    • organisation described in the last lecture as being mainly connected
    • the kidney system, are related to the astral organisation of the
    • to the several organic systems — as I showed yesterday. But
    • rhythmic organisation is very frequently misunderstood in respect of
    • expression of the measure of health and disease in the organism. Now,
    • one, continues in the organism as a whole. We have again a ratio of
    • proceeds from the metabolism in the general organic processes to all
    • embrace the radiations in the human organism which originate in the
    • head and skin organisations on the other. This is an exceedingly
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    • human organism in health and in disease — or rather in its
    • here we must always take account of the fact that the human organism
    • organism could not exist without it. Now it must be clear to us from
    • organism of man. When we speak of a process of vitalisation along the
    • path traversed by the foodstuffs in the organism — that is to
    • say of a curve ascending, as it were, from the essentially inorganic
    • bearer of the Ego-organisation — when we speak of the
    • into the astral organism (the bearer of feeling), we are describing a
    • reverse occurs in the plant. In all the peripheral organs of the
    • over into the realm of the most delicate inorganic substance —
    • which is still, however, on the borderline of the organic. It is
    • organism when we introduce plant-substances. The plant is engaged in
    • the opposite process from that which occurs in the organism of man.
    • which unfolds in the human organism as a tendency to generate this or
    • all foodstuff introduced into the organism is something which this
    • organism has utterly to transform. Fundamentally speaking, all
    • intensity when a remedy is introduced into the organism. That is why
    • the organism that will give rise to a process more foreign to this
    • organism than ordinary digestion?
    • very profound understanding of the human organism is necessary before
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    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • part of it, for instance a country, is organized. And to anyone who
    • social organism. To anyone who observes attentively the manner in
    • which the individual worker plays his part in the social organism, it
    • property, and money conditions figure in the social organism is so
    • the social organism. What has been here stated with so much insight
    • capable of molding human life within the social organism.
    • organization of economic life, and this, again, in its present
    • new social organism, we find hardly any answer, only a few measures
    • economic organizations. We ask: how can we attain to a state of
    • economic organization is compared, as I have described it, by Woodrow
    • body has long since outgrown. The growth of the economic organization
    • beyond the old cultural and political organizations was always
    • the cultural and the political organization. The cultural life has
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture II: The Organization of a Practical Economic Life on the Associative Basis
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    • The Organization of a Practical Economic Life on the Associative Basis.
    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • ORGANIZATION OF A PRACTICAL ECONOMIC LIFE
    • Three-Membered Social Organism set forth in my book, The Threefold
    • Organism should be so understood. But I will particularly endeavor in
    • membering of the social organism. This idea is a result of the
    • organism so that there will be an independent cultural life,
    • impulse for bringing into existence the social organism consisting of
    • production. The idea of the Threefold Social Organism starts from
    • the idea of the Threefold Order of the Social Organism is to detach
    • first hearing of the Three-Membered Social Organism, instead of
    • institution as the Three-Membered Social Organism. But then come the
    • lectures in showing that what is sought for in the Threefold Organism
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture III: The Task and Limitations of of Democracy, Public and Criminal Law
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    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • their life together, organize the social conditions and the
    • arisen in the structure of the social organism. In the first two
    • view this element of anarchy in the social organism. But within this
    • organize legal conditions or a system of culture suitable to himself.
    • organized legal and cultural institutions would result. Under the
    • social organism. For conditions of equity can only develop in a
    • human evolution itself as a kind of organism. But the modern method
    • the human organism which is manifested at the age of puberty? We must
    • forming a definite social organism adopt resolutions approved by
    • interests. The impulse for the organization of the Threefold Order
    • this is true. But the idea of the Threefold Social Organism does not
    • Threefold Social Organism. Real unity comes into an economic
    • Social Organism by the preparation of an independent basis for
    • within the same social organism as themselves, in which they can
    • might be attained. In the Threefold Social Organism there is (a) the
    • independent economic organization described yesterday; (b) the
    • interplay with the other members of the organism. But there is also
    • only be effected when there are men in the social organism possessing
    • for the means of restoring health to the social organism must look
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    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • concerned with human life), one set, leading from the sense organs to
    • the central organ, is the sensory nerves, which are stimulated by
    • nerves. While the other sensitive nerves pass from the sense organs
    • to the central organ, so that the outer sense-perceptions may be
    • through the organs out to the surface. From the first year of school,
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    • state, and the spiritual organization should be independently
    • administered in freedom. (c) The economic organization, separated
    • always raised that such an arrangement of the social organism denies
    • individual within the social organism, should endeavor to attain to
    • attempt were made to split the social organism into three parts.
    • organism; yet this value gives the appearance of a unity bound to the
    • conditions be given a place in the economic organizations? And why
    • special value. That which the threefold order of the social organism
    • must be said that the threefold order of the social organism is not
    • into the social organism. The first thing we see is that the really
    • dependent on the economic, legal-political organizations is by no
    • religious conviction tore itself away from the economic organization
    • economic organization, were the whole of spiritual life to be drawn
    • of the economic and the political organizations. What is this
    • organization has completely merged itself in the course of recent
    • the legal and economic organization. The whole of economic life is to
    • system, the whole social organism will be thrown into disorder. The
    • impulse of the threefold social organism takes cognizance of these
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    • National and International Life in the Threefold Social Organism.
    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • AND INTERNATIONAL LIFE IN THE THREEFOLD SOCIAL ORGANISM
    • be called and an organization founded in order that the commodity in
    • organism, should be put together and utilized in order that it
    • of the social organism, with the manner in which men must live and
    • work together within that social organism, in order to bring about
    • organizations, of a source from which unselfish love for the various
    • and intellectual organizations do not dominate the individual forms
    • world — in reality out of many organisms — one uniform
    • organism may arise. In no other way can this uniform organism be
    • built up, this uniform organism which must be such that, in
    • accordance with social demands all over the world, a true organic
    • single social organism, such as the state, and for the social
    • organism of the world, are the truly practical workers. They must
    • structure of the social organism from the most varied points of view,
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    • living organism — as to its weight, for example, through the
    • is not all. They are changed in a different way in each organ: it is a
    • The organism is differentiated and the conditions are different for
    • each substance in each single organ. We have a perpetual change of
    • quality along with the change from organ to organ.
    • organism. For it is evident that this devaluation of money is
    • understanding of the social organism. Yet all the systems of Political
    • organisms. They do not realise that, even if one is only using an
    • or full-grown organism, such as the human being, for instance, in this
    • organisms, sticking to one another in this way: and yet with elaborate
    • and full-grown organisms there is no such thing. But with the separate
    • States and Countries, this is the case. Living organisms require an
    • living organisms. You could at most compare the single States with the
    • cells of the organism. It is only the whole Earth which, as a body
    • economic, can truly be compared with a living organism. This ought
    • The whole Earth, considered as an economic organism, is the social
    • organism.
    • what we really need is an understanding of the social organism in
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    • admit: The sparrow and the swallow are organised precisely in such a
    • part and parcel of their organisation: it belongs to them, no less
    • consumed in the human organism by the Labour, is a colossal piece of
    • economic organism as a whole. Consider the finer constitution of a
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    • the religious organisations in which they had hitherto been more or
    • less closely merged. I mean, of course, religious organisations in the
    • selfish; if there is a religious organisation (and these, be it noted,
    • organise the various social institutions altruistically; while, in
    • In fact, he simply cannot be giving as much to the social organism as
    • in the main his work is of the type that is organised by the Spirit,
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    • way. You must learn to envisage the social organism in its totality.
    • is now organised, divided and so forth by the Spirit.
    • is to say, the qualitative, organic division — of Labour.
    • economic value. But the moment the human Spirit organises Labour
    • organises, that is to say, Labour as such (for, after
    • The other side is this. Whatever in human Labour is organised by
    • of the Labour which he organises to Nature may be a matter of complete
    • you will inevitably find the organised division of human Labour
    • things are always fluctuating. So long as the organisation due to the
    • of the Labour which is thus organised will be a matter of indifference
    • to him. He is only concerned in organising, no matter what kind of
    • of the human Labour which was originally organised. The further
    • Spirit to enter into the economic organism in the division of Labour.
    • Spirit to enter in and play its part in the economic organism which
    • organism. It is so indeed. Once more then: Money must be created in
    • organisation of Labour; but we are now at a second stage, and if at
    • this circulation is part and parcel of a social organic activity, just
    • as you have the blood in a human or animal organic activity, when it
    • healthy economic organisation, he will be up here, while the clever
    • those who are united together in the social organism which produce
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    • is, as it were, caught up by Capital, which divides and organises it,
    • we should be dealing not with an organic process but with one that
    • organising of Labour by the Spirit and with it the rise of Capital,
    • for Capital is a concomitant of the organising of Labour by the
    • from the Spirit which organised the Labour. The Capital becomes
    • organic process, an organic process in which the Spirit presently
    • intervenes. For it is of the essence of a living organism that
    • organism there must be a continual production and consumption, and
    • this must be so in the economic organism too. There must be a constant
    • organic process — an organic process in which Spirit constantly
    • processes in the organism are in fact connected with the error in
    • instance, how digestive and similar troubles in our peripheral organs
    • with us. The process only becomes organic through the fact that things
    • get used up, just as the Labour which has been organised by Capital
    • “self-regulator” in the human organism. The human
    • organism, at any rate when it is functioning normally, manages to
    • principle at work in all parts of the human organism. The cause of
    • has to be digested. It is just the same in the social organism, when
    • would otherwise unite with Nature in an inorganic way must be used up.
    • among the several branches of Labour in a given social organism.
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    • — that is to say, Labour — is organised. The organising work
    • of thinking begins the very moment Labour itself is organised and
    • and turn our attention to the economic organism as a whole — and
    • organism, namely, the young and the very old. Up to a certain age, the
    • from this. You can, of course, conceive a social organism becoming
    • organic way with loan and gift, since one or the other is being
    • productive. Imagine the free spiritual life in the social organism
    • organism. For the free spirits have the peculiar property of loosening
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    • use of the conditions present in the social organism and by his own
    • social organism in which there is division of Labour. This tendency is
    • vice versa. And so it is in the economic organism. For example, if it
    • agriculture of a social organism forms of its own nature a single
    • events in the social organism, that some product which someone has
    • look at the factors operative in the economic organism. We took our
    • seen, gives rise to elaborated Nature, organised or articulated
    • living organism wherein ascending and descending processes must
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    • indicates whether or not the economic organism is in good order. It
    • order wherein money is abolished. Instead, I organise a system of
    • at the social organism as a whole, if we pass from purely economic
    • placed into the organic process which we described provisionally when
    • organised by the Spirit — we have now placed into this whole
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    • also realise that many things can occur in the economic organism, the
    • organism, a business, does business within itself — exchanges
    • economic organisms on a very large scale. Then, for example, you will
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    • object of economic value. In the further course, as we saw, organised
    • economic organism, and you will soon see: Those who desire to
    • with any human or animal organism. The human or animal organism
    • necessary is for the food that is thus passed through the organism to
    • we have in our intestinal organs is sucked up by the lymphatic glands
    • intestinal organs and our arteries, such a sum total of
    • social organism. Here the domain of economics borders on the social
    • touches on that which needs to be conceived for the social organism as
    • organism must stand in the right relation to one another, so that they
    • organism with inherent intelligence, just as the nerves-and-senses
    • example, work together in the natural organism of man. That is the
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    • Similarly we may say that the lowest organic forms now living are
    • organisms. Only, in the economic life it is infinitely more
    • the other members of the social organism. It has its own
    • organisation. We see the economic passing over into the life of the
    • and spiritual organism of the State. The State, as such, has grown
    • have the same characteristic as every living organism. Namely, their
    • Now in a social organism subject to division of Labour, having
    • all; he can withdraw his entire labour-power from the social organism
    • in the economic organism. How can we get a picture-thought of some
    • Thereafter Labour itself is organised. We come to the class of men who
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    • organised or divided, and finally, that Capital only receives a value
    • organism there is no such thing as “money as such,” there
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    • Labour. There is the Nature-product. In an economic organisation based
    • Spirit is the inner “work” of the human organism
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    • GA 218 Spiritual Relationships in the Human Organism,
    • Geistiger Zusammenhaenge in der Gestaltung des Menschlichen Organismus.
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    • GA 218 Spiritual Relationships in the Human Organism,
    • Geistiger Zusammenhaenge in der Gestaltung des Menschlichen Organismus.
    • death and new birth, do you regard the Sun and Moon as your organs, —
    • your earthly organs.
    • throughout the human being, permeating all the organs; so too it is
    • to make for himself even the forms of his organs. I will give an
    • Moon-organ, shrinking. And thereupon, something detaches itself from
    • the 4th century of our era an actual organization, a specific body of
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    • Geistiger Zusammenhaenge in der Gestaltung des Menschlichen Organismus.
    • breath into the organism of man. What man perceives with his senses
    • utterly dependent the human organism is on what it receives in the
    • throw our whole organism into disorder. And this applies not only to
    • life to the solar plexus, and to the whole limb organisation of man.
    • arms and legs is now the organ of perception, and with the aid of
    • this organ man begins to feel the forces in his astral body that come
    • an organ of perception that can rightly be called a Sun-eye. And
    • experience of the mysteries of birth and death. The organ for this
    • With this organ, man experiences every night how he came down as soul
    • are your organism, your cosmic organism by means of which you
    • the organs of speech. It becomes the kind of language of which I
    • begin ourselves to speak, instead of with speech organs, with that
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    • Geistiger Zusammenhaenge in der Gestaltung des Menschlichen Organismus.
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    • Geistiger Zusammenhaenge in der Gestaltung des Menschlichen Organismus.
    • eyes, in the ears, — in short, in the sense organs of man. So
    • organs of man's body, Saturn, Jupiter and Mars work on man's
    • exterior, work in his sense organs. The influences, for example,
    • inserted into the human organism and that remain at its surface,
    • extend inwards into the organism. Saturn gives the senses,
    • to pour the surface of man's organism right through him, to make him
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    • GA 218 Spiritual Relationships in the Human Organism,
    • Geistiger Zusammenhaenge in der Gestaltung des Menschlichen Organismus.
    • and then the other organs. More outwardly, towards the surface
    • that you did with your organs of speech, rightly or wrongly, while
    • for the region of the speech-organs we have to work at our future
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    • death and new birth, do you regard the Sun and Moon as your organs, —
    • your earthly organs.
    • throughout the human being, permeating all the organs; so too it is
    • to make for himself even the forms of his organs. I will give an
    • Moon-organ, shrinking. And thereupon, something detaches itself from
    • the 4th century of our era an actual organization, a specific body of
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    • breath into the organism of man. What man perceives with his senses
    • utterly dependent the human organism is on what it receives in the
    • throw our whole organism into disorder. And this applies not only to
    • life to the solar plexus, and to the whole limb organisation of man.
    • arms and legs is now the organ of perception, and with the aid of
    • this organ man begins to feel the forces in his astral body that come
    • an organ of perception that can rightly be called a Sun-eye. And
    • experience of the mysteries of birth and death. The organ for this
    • With this organ, man experiences every night how he came down as soul
    • are your organism, your cosmic organism by means of which you
    • the organs of speech. It becomes the kind of language of which I
    • begin ourselves to speak, instead of with speech organs, with that
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    • eyes, in the ears, — in short, in the sense organs of man. So
    • organs of man's body, Saturn, Jupiter and Mars work on man's
    • exterior, work in his sense organs. The influences, for example,
    • inserted into the human organism and that remain at its surface,
    • extend inwards into the organism. Saturn gives the senses,
    • to pour the surface of man's organism right through him, to make him
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    • and then the other organs. More outwardly, towards the surface
    • that you did with your organs of speech, rightly or wrongly, while
    • for the region of the speech-organs we have to work at our future
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    • into him because the organs capable of admitting them were not yet
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    • system? Yes, there is. In the human organism — the whole
    • organism, bodily and spiritual — it occurs between all that
    • expresses itself externally in the organ of the head and all that
    • expresses itself externally in the organs of movement, the hands and
    • between the head and the organs of movement corresponds to the
    • what we call the organs of movement.
    • feminine organism. Lunar existence is the counterpart of masculine
    • organism are, of course, beside one another, and the ordinary
    • when the whole human organism will be studied along these lines; only
    • evolution, and the organs in the human body are only to be understood
    • bodies of man in such a way that they actually create organs,
    • delicate organs that are suitable for the further development of the
    • from stage to stage, receives physical and etheric organs it can use.
    • corresponding organization to be present in the physical and etheric
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    • special degree that organization of the physical brain through which
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    • the wisdom-filled organization of an anthill. There the whole has a
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    • into this wonderful structure, this organization of the
    • etheric body, astral body, and I — are organically and actively
    • of your organism. Try to picture your daily life, and you will see
    • organism from outside, and invigorates it. We feel strengthened in
    • the morning because what has penetrated into our organism is of the
    • around the organ known in anatomy as the pineal gland.
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    • as a whole organism. The earth is not at all the being described by
    • however, not only consists of skeleton but is a living organism, and
    • the earth are something that belong to the life organism of the
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    • earth must essentially be regarded as an organism from within which
    • earthly organism. It was said that humanity was once cast out of
    • characteristics of the earthly organism in a definite territory. Then
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    • the will plays into his bodily organism, in the same way that he
    • across the threshold he feels himself organized, as it were, as a
    • from below. Whereas here our I is sunk into the physical organism so
    • anything spiritual, purely programmatic organizations throughout the
    • making of laws and the forming of political organizations, because it
    • suggested today. Only then will an international organization have
    • Imagine what all those organizations (created, I grant you, out of
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    • the connections between the mighty organism of the earth and its
    • organism substances from the external world. Solid materials, which
    • are transformed into liquids, are taken into the human organism and
    • thereby altered. Man’s organism consists indeed of all possible
    • Thus with the rhythmic processes which go on in our own organism we
    • but is expressed in our daily activity and the life of our organism.
    • with, and works upon, the human organism, the nation-spirit vibrates
    • rest of the organism have their distinct activities. The influence
    • works only upon the remainder of the organism, outside the head; and
    • of the organism, there arises what is expressed in the national
    • organism. Thus what the inhabitant of Italy breathes in through the
    • the rest of the organism, outside the head — with this, for
    • different. What lives in the organism as rhythm is a
    • particular rhythm for the organism as a whole, and a special one for
    • influence of the fluid element in the organism. Thus the national
    • salt and its compounds in the organism. What is solid is the
    • into the organism through air and nourishment. This produces the
    • there is rhythm both in the rest of the organism and in the head, so
    • too there is digestion, metabolism, both in the rest of the organism
    • with the salting element in the organism, and this brings about the
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    • an ensouled and spiritually permeated organism — and the
    • earth-organism shows itself outwardly otherwise in its eastern half,
    • as an organism, shining out into the cosmos: blue-violet, with the
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    • physical organisation. He felt how his blood flowed, he felt every
    • he was made aware of all the single organs of his human organisation
    • human organism. Down there in the depths he felt the forces of the
    • Earth — how they are organised and how they circulate within
    • whole man, concentrated in the organs of speech; the secret and
    • human being, by diving down, as it were, from the speech organs into
    • the whole organism of the human being; and then in the Cosmos, for
    • the whole human organism is to be explained and understood out of the
    • a deep cleft of the Earth, emerged like a kind of Fata Morgana, came
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    • being of the human organisation itself.
    • legs upwards, these four lines came to view in the human organism
    • human organism itself writes into space these two intersecting
    • making their own organism into these symbols; for only so can symbols
    • his organism what takes place in the great structure of the
    • the whole organism, they saw a copy of the streams that the Moon
    • a copy of the same; there, in the front of the head-organism he has
    • attention was directed to the following. The organisation of the
    • brain twelve nerves go out to the various parts of the organism, the
    • organisation, is a microcosm, in respect, namely, of the relationship
    • of nerves and spinal marrow is imitated, so in the organ of smell the
    • makes use of the organ that is really an organ of smell raised up
    • taught as follows. — If you use your head-organ, then you learn
    • experience their Substance in the organ of the head. The two
    • Substance once more by means of the organ of the head, the
    • organ of the head — this time the two are very near together.
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    • spiritual organs; but these organs also require a basis of
    • Graeco-Latin period, the visions were like a Fata Morgana in the air.
    • Morgana of their own spiritual visions through the resistance of the
    • expression in writing, did not enter the human being's organism. Man
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    • human organism when cravings, wishes, emotions and so on come welling
    • human organism, stirs up his desire-nature, stirs up his emotions. We
    • organism, in the inner part of our human nature. Then we shall have
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    • with the spiritual organs, but these organs also require a basis of
    • Graeco-Latin period, the visions were there like a Fata Morgana in
    • Morgana of their own spiritual visions through the resistance of the
    • expression in writing, did not enter the human organism. Man only
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    • whole way in which they are organised will in future incarnations be
    • organs in him which he cannot use, then he falls ill.
    • organised to remember, but only those who have something to remember
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    • Michael” means that we should not organise our life merely out of
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    • organism. What lies in that further process, after our pleasure in
    • nutritive substances circulating through the organism, the soul needs
    • like a Fata Morgana but they do not yield themselves up to him
    • substances of a purely physical body. The soul needs this organism in
    • physical organism, and just as we have a need for something to
    • use by the whole organism. It is tempting to search in these
    • happenings, for example, when the highest animal organisms were the
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    • their physical organs of perception but behind that world is the
    • fleeting forms of our astral organization. When we recall the
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    • the eyes, the ears, the whole skin as an organ of touch, of warmth,
    • the organ of smell, and so forth — all these together were called
    • discovering how man is organised in his organs of Thinking, Feeling
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    • ignorant of the nature of our own organism, do not know what to do with
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    • We eat, and the foods entering our organism are products of nature,
    • natural substances and forces. Because they are foreign to us, our organism
    • That part of the human organism which was not head during one earth-life
    • inheres in all parts of our physical organism below the head (whether
    • so forth. The whole organism below the head has no form relationship
    • member of the human threefoldness, namely, to the organism devoted to
    • organization, minus head, had not transformed itself into his present
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    • result of an effective imagination. And inasmuch as our eye is an organ
    • put his organism at the disposal of the upper divine-spiritual beings
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    • that with the word, created out of their organisms' innermost secret,
    • located not in his earthly organism, but out where the stars were circling
    • but in planetary space. He did not say: In the human organism millions
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    • we see light directly; it is how we are organized. Even if born blind,
    • man is organized for the light, and the hindrance to ego energy present
    • human organism is of far greater sublimity. And when it is metamorphosed
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    • tender age the brain, and indeed the whole of his organism, is still,
    • his own organism the child is inwardly the most significant sculptor.
    • elaborates his organism. The child is a superb sculptor whose plastic
    • the organism.
    • and in the marvelous inner configuratons of the organism as created
    • has advanced to a point in the elaborating of his own organism when
    • manipulate their speech organism. But the right method is to bring order
    • into the speech organism by listening to one's own rhythmically spoken
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    • organism; some parts, even more important than the teeth, undergo
    • Thus certain hard organs
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    • In first epoch of life child is wholly sense-organ. Nature of child's
    • seven years a second life organism is gradually built up in the
    • organism. This second organism is, we may say, completed at the
    • spiritual pre-earthly world is weak, then this second life organism
    • “sense-organ.” You must take this quite literally: wholly
    • sense-organ.
    • sense-organ? The characteristic thing is that the sense-organ is
    • so in the first seven years, and according to this the organism
    • This is the essential point. The child is wholly sense-organ, and
    • his childish organism into spirit, soul and body. Health for the
    • really entirely sense-organ.
    • the change of teeth is complete the child is no longer a sense-organ
    • whole body for he is also an organ of sense with regard to taste. He
    • early years are wholly sense-organ, though life is not easy for such.
    • only with those organs with which one generally approaches food, but
    • an organ of taste. The remarkable thing is that in his ninth or tenth
    • further in his will organs at a later age.
    • sense-organ now enables him to develop above all the gift of fantasy
    • have a diseased organ which leaves traces of illness on the face;
    • seven so wholly into a sense-organ now becomes more inward; it enters
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    • same way as the hair belongs to the organism of the human being. And
    • plants, for the earth is an organism and the plants are like the hair
    • of this organism. The child must be able to see that the earth and
    • unity, and by looking upon the earth as an organism and the plant as
    • something that grows with this organism.
    • with all his other organs you can find that man, even in his external
    • metamorphosed, transformed olfactory nerve, and with this organ we
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    • peculiar organ this human head really is, and how useless for our
    • and the rest of his organism, then later on the limbs lose their
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    • Anatomy by modelling the organs. Teaching of Physiology (nine to
    • occur in the human organism, and consequently know what kind of forms
    • organism. It is therefore of real importance for the teacher to try
    • knowledge of the organs, of the lung for instance. For as you know
    • the organism with its own particular form, and if you mould it
    • it is with other organs.
    • the organs, so that you can then get the children to model or to
    • impulse to make forms that are related to the inner human organism.
    • forms of the human organs exactly in wax or plasticine — even,
    • within the human organism. But whilst the etheric body between birth
    • of other organs, breast organs and so on, that the astral body has
    • all the organs, and if we may put it somewhat crudely, it unites
    • itself chemically with the organism, with all the tissues of the
    • nerves, crawls along the nerves towards the central organs, towards
    • very special in the human organism. As teacher and educator one
    • really call forth a feeling for music in his whole organism, and you
    • guided. The human being feels how his whole organism is being
    • enlarged. Processes which are otherwise only within the organism are
    • different. You say of that organ that sits up there: that is the
    • organs of the cows in the meadow when they are digesting their food.
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    • change of teeth you will find it is specially the head-organisation,
    • the nerve-senses organisation that is at work. [Dr.
    • Steiner is here speaking of the process of organic development, not
    • If I have to walk far, which is an exertion for my limb organism, I
    • also tire. The head, or the nerve-senses organism, and the
    • metabolic-limb organism can get tired. But the rhythmic organism can
    • the indications I wanted to give you for the practical organisation
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    • what position any limb of the organism must be placed in order that
    • having a sense for what renders the organism skilled, light and
    • on the organism, so that you will know what movements to teach. Then
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    • process and in the organisation; and that sickness consists in the
    • functional deficiency of the organs caused by such changes. But you
    • fluids which co-operate in the human organism. They pointed out that
    • these fluids bore a certain ratio to one another in a normal organism,
    • human organism must therefore function by means of the correct
    • human organism for the moment, excluding animals from consideration.)
    • extra-telluric forces, so also these ingredients of the organism were
    • also, in its action within the human organism, qualities appertaining
    • held that the fluids of the human body carried into the organism
    • they wrote. They talked of the four elements of the human organism,
    • for the activity of the organic “humours” in man; and his followers
    • Man possesses a physical organism
    • out of the sphere of the earth; and also an etheric organism
    • organism of our Earth. Our etheric body — like the Archaeus of
    • his physical organisation. Stahl and his followers talk as though the
    • “vital forces” which were supposed to work in the human organism,
    • of disease upon the organism. Post-mortem dissections were regarded as
    • typical effects could be studied in certain organs, and the changes of
    • the organs by disease were studied from the autopsy. With Morgagni,
    • combination of the study of organic change, with a belief in the
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    • governing the human organism. Yesterday we found ourselves obliged to
    • regarded as a kind of Pump, to send the blood into the various organs.
    • all the organic activities centering round nutrition, digestion,
    • and the air absorbed into the organism by breathing. This process is
    • heart. The heart originates as a “damming up” organ
    • (Stauorgan) between the lower activities of the organism, the intake
    • respiratory. A damming up organ is inserted and its action is
    • must be considered a dam-like organ. Schmidt compares cardiac action
    • is the heart after all? It is a sense organ, and even if its sensory
    • The heart is an organ for inner perception.
    • and nervous activity form one pole of the human organism. Nutrition,
    • our organisation. The heart is primarily that organ whose perceptible
    • sub-conscious) it is the perceptive organ that mediates between these
    • two poles of the total human organisation. Anatomy, physiology,
    • light is thrown, and only thus, upon the human organisation. As long
    • the healthy organism, an actual close contact between upper and lower
    • spheres. In a healthy organism this contact is so close, that any
    • key to the process of disease: there immediately arises an organic
    • functioning organism, (in which the upper spheres correspond
    • harmoniously with the lower) to the diseased organism. In describing a
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    • misconception of the functions of that system of the human organism
    • directly — with the rhythmic processes of the organism. The Natural
    • on in the organism below the nervous system as in hysteria for
    • detached all the rest of the human organism from the life of the soul,
    • between the soul and the human organism. The soul-forces are only
    • human organism as a whole. Or, alternatively, motor nerves are
    • inquiring into the causes within the organism. In this connection, it
    • but which must obviously have been deep-seated and organic. And this
    • deep-seated organic cause had already — on the previous day — made
    • We have three kinds of influence upon the human organism in its normal
    • external world of nature — and the human organism. Undoubtedly the
    • external world and the human organism, are those affecting the nervous
    • of medicine a sheer aggregate instead of an organic connection.
    • introduction of arsenic or tin into the human organism. But, first and
    • metamorphoses of growth in the human organism, and in external
    • developed organ.
    • becomes an organ of support. The leaves are dwarfed; the stem twists
    • round, becomes a supporting organ, and finds its base. These are
    • revealed among lower organisms in an interesting way.
    • bulk of the mutilated organism replaces the amputated portion by
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    • with the connection between specific remedies and specific organs, for
    • particular organs.
    • surrounded with organic structures whose essential nature consists of
    • present in the human organism, but that it is essential to the
    • organism to arrest this formation, to keep it, as it were, in a
    • termed the lower human organism. We deposit the carbon and, begin, as
    • urge of our upper organism. We cancel the plant formation by opposing
    • physical weight of our organism, but within the buoyancy which is the
    • bridge between the human organism in disease and remedies drawn from
    • fauna found there and elsewhere in the human organism — as anything
    • of the botany and zoology of the human organisms, but as regards the
    • form of disease is present, the human organism thus affected offers
    • or animal micro-organism. They mean this and nothing more.
    • part of the body is organised, those functions are pushed backwards.
    • reversal of organic processes from and through the lower sphere into
    • moment that you have thoughts about any organ of your bodies, or to
    • express it better, thoughts that are connected with any organ, there
    • these organic phenomena.
    • organic phenomena appear concurrently; the two processes run parallel.
    • organs. If you have thoughts synchronising with a glandular secretion,
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    • bodies to the higher members of the human organisation, to what we
    • organic system.
    • lazy. For what I here define as the opposite of inertia is the organic
    • organisation. And if the physician who has to treat an isolated case
    • and his bodily organism is, so to speak too complete. The same
    • organo-therapy. Let us be clear, first of all, as to the actual basis
    • remedy is subjected within the organism to a homeopathic process and
    • methods, by the homeopathic processes of the organism under treatment.
    • considerable difference, according to whether we relieve the organism
    • the organism has no curative interaction with the substances of the
    • in which it is impossible to relieve the organism of this homeopathic
    • our organism.
    • and physical bodies, have an organic hunger or thirst for salt; that
    • between the human organism and external nature. We may conclude that
    • our human nature has inherent in it an organic need to reverse certain
    • organic sphere is striving somehow for liberation from the too potent
    • cause this activity to flow towards the upper organic sphere.
    • within the realm of organic life.
    • and abdomen, in relation to the upper organs, by studying the oyster:
    • conducted outwards with its actual organic growth, it would become a
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    • chemistry and its whole system of organic life. Just as what is
    • one meets the most important fact, that the human organism has to be
    • organic system is inserted into the whole process of the universe, and
    • the human heart is not merely an organ pertaining to his organism, but
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    • child, adult and old man, and is so organised that these three
    • this functional content becomes fitted into the organism, so that
    • later on it can really work with the supple and plastic organic
    • organic manifestations, are linked up with the unaccustomed effort and
    • the human organism with a special eye to our convenience, so that we
    • necessary. But the human organism has not been made with a view to
    • sphere, swings over to the opposite half and works into other organs
    • enters the human organisation in order to oppose the hydrocephalous
    • significance. The whole organic process, as it were, advances against
    • organ acting as a dam. This organic pressure on the heart takes place
    • man's being. He has, to begin with, his physical organisation; then
    • his etheric organisation, which takes such great trouble to work its
    • way into the physical organism between the seventh and fourteenth
    • becomes intensified. Therefore every organic disturbance occasions
    • in the organisation is impeded! How differently does the ego carry out
    • manifold human organisation. The confusions that have arisen in
    • Moon's counterpart, the lunar influence on all organic life, starts
    • from the earth, and from there acts on the human organisation. This
    • life. Actually we wage a ceaseless war in our organism against the
    • organism as an aggregate of cells. Whereas, in truth, man is a whole
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    • ramifications in your olfactory organs. Turning your conscious thought
    • taking place in your olfactory organs. The fragrance flowing from the
    • with a process in our taste organ in contrast to that of smell. You
    • organic and internal process than smell. Smelling is far more a
    • organic processes of solidification, is disclosed if we taste the
    • located more on the surface of our organism,
    • a transformed tasting, metamorphosed because the organic processes of
    • what our organism brings to meet the outer world and what the outer
    • world brings to meet our organism. We must look at the inner process
    • where the organism works into the eye. This process is more pronounced
    • pecten and the xiphoid processes as well. Now the latter are organs of
    • inwardly free. But by means of the blood, our whole organism works
    • external organ, built in accordance with the external world. Now we
    • process of taste downwards into the depths of the organism. Here we
    • corresponds to digestion, of what digestion is an organic
    • possible to understand the more intimate activities of our organism,
    • continuation of the process of taste downwards into the organism is
    • faculty in us which lives in our soul, but is bound to the organism,
    • representations, resembles smell in its internal organic formation.
    • organism. So its polar opposite will be a process that does not in any
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    • human organism to the external world. One can see in the interplay
    • science to co-ordinate remedial methods and human organic processes,
    • functions of the organism and are missing in the morbid state. One
    • within, the human organism.
    • concealed in the depths of our organisation. At the risk of offending
    • transmuted into the most secluded of his organic processes.
    • But we have also organs that open in a way our human organism from
    • meteorological world, in our organism. This distinction, to be sure,
    • organs which open to the meteorological sphere are those farthest from
    • understand this fact. And indeed all these organs are associated with
    • an organ of traction or suction; I might say that its operation is
    • function really depends on our organism being hollowed out in this
    • very region; its action on the rest of the organism is exactly that of
    • human organism. This is why the essential functions of the bladder are
    • organic processes and you will find that “change of air” (whether by
    • Most important is the third organ, the liver, which is linked up with
    • apparently secluded within the organism, the liver is in a high degree
    • organs which, as lungs, liver, bladder and heart, open themselves to
    • illness in any of this organic group should therefore be sought by
    • more. Indeed those organs situated above the lungs are often helped in
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    • general effect of aniseed (Anisum Vulgare) on the human organism.
    • an antidote to digestive weakness but also to weakness in the organs
    • organs of the head but especially of the throat and chest, and the
    • situated in the extractive substances are drawn into the organs of
    • salts, are drawn by natural affinity into the organs related to the
    • through the bloodstream and beyond it, into the peripheral organs
    • divisions of the human organism.” Such are the experiments of Nature
    • eaten; and in this case the organisation of the eater masks as it were
    • the forces in the lower organic sphere which are deflected from their
    • action of the periphery in our organism. Then, as this peripheral
    • of our human organism. Thus nature gives us, in single examples such
    • case the human organism is much more stimulated and requires greater
    • organism stops at this point,
    • he must lead himself to the necessary point. So the organism has to
    • if not used they recoil, as it were, into the organism, and are active
    • human organisms among us today that cannot tolerate purely vegetable
    • which must be performed by the organism itself in the case of raw
    • something which his organism should do. Moreover man is so
    • organ of the whole cosmos. It implies an interaction and integration
    • to earth. There is a distinct cleavage in the human organism between
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    • earth — as indeed must be the case — is an organism, with a function
    • To introduce vegetable carbon into the human organism, is, therefore,
    • organism actually produces primary light. In our upper man we really
    • defensive organs against complete animalisation which are necessary to
    • organism of substances in general, and curative substances in
    • modified in our organism, and re-absorbed eventually so that we carry
    • and the carbon within our organism. But this theory is mistaken. For
    • there is within the human organism the potentiality of completely
    • of how substances die and are re-born, within our human organism. This
    • upper organic sphere is designed so as to enable external light and
    • related organs situated above the kidneys. We approach the renal
    • on the human organism. All alkaline substances (of the nature of lye)
    • operate towards the interior of the organism, affecting the processes
    • liver, we come to another human organ — no other than the lungs.
    • of course, the organs of respiration. But however strange this may
    • sound, they are organs of respiration only in what I might term their
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    • previously latent sicknesses to which the individual organism has a
    • at present known to us, and active in the human organism; and you will
    • with other substances within the human organism: as a rule we find
    • organism; and they act as the only elements operating in their pure
    • them in the human organic sphere. So there is not only great
    • within the human organism; we must also follow up the manner of their
    • the human organism, matter acquires special affinities to other forms
    • substance into the organism which already contains a certain other
    • organisms are alike based on proteins, on albuminous substances.
    • case. A closer and more exact study of our human organism recognises
    • appears as albumen in the animal organism or especially in that of
    • man, and what appears as the same substance in the organism of plants?
    • processes by the four organic systems, bladder, kidneys, liver, lungs,
    • and their complement, the heart. Those four organic groups are most
    • These four organic systems are nothing less than the creators of the
    • structure as the resultant of forces emanating from these four organic
    • question, we look for and find in the organic systems of the human
    • unless it is under the influence of these four organic systems. In
    • it seems, not controlled by any analogous group of organs, but it is
    • are individualised in the human organism through the four main groups.
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    • within the physical organism.
    • order to show how the etheric body acts within the organism. It is
    • organs. All that I can take as already familiar to you. But the
    • healthy etheric body acts throughout the organism and permeates it in
    • etheric body in regard to a system of organs in which its activity has
    • sense of sprouting on the actual soil of the organism, i.e., on its boundary,
    • tendencies of the straight course taken by the organic forces, and to
    • organic forces is opposed. Let us try to elucidate this by means of a
    • mistletoe against the straight-lined organising forces, by its effect
    • straight course of the organic process. And that is its most
    • of organic forces. But quite the same tendency of opposition is to be
    • also, mistletoe works “against the stream” in the organism of man. And
    • hand the human organism becomes physically mad, i.e., in formation.
    • specialising according to the requirements of this or that organ; and
    • their anti-tendency against the normal tendencies of the human organism,
    • expression is disturbed by the bodily organism, as distinct from a
    • organic sphere, always in the lower. The primary factors always lie in
    • the organs belonging to the four main groups or systems, the liver,
    • organic chemism. Even what is commonly known as “softening of the
    • diseases, the primary cause lies in the organic system, although this
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    • moulding the physical organism, yet entirely inaccessible to external
    • bodily organism; a delicate, weblike scaffolding. This scaffolding in
    • us through our ego-organisation; its structure is most delicate, and
    • ego “timbers” into the organism of man is actually in some sense a
    • night during sleep, the human organism seeks to tear down this
    • organism, is the secret and permanent source of inflammatory
    • the human organism is of great importance, as is the realisation of
    • the constant organic defensive reaction against it as a “foreign
    • organisation. You will arrive at a visualisation which helps your
    • judgment if you study psycho-physiologically the organisation of the
    • in the organism by the mere fact of sight, and the other phantom which
    • is the result of the ego's activity in the organism.
    • into the organism: and the other ego-structure lies a little deeper
    • study the organisation of the eye in any human being you will have the
    • individual etheric body, than by attentive study of the organisation
    • of the organ of vision. Having once grasped this, you will find that
    • the effects of the eye-organisation to the contemplation of the
    • organisation is continuous, and it is the normal form of a process
    • to happen in the human organism, in order that the eyes shall be
    • formative process of the human eye in the human organism. You are
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    • blackbird devours a spider? The spider is in its whole organisation
    • share more to the interior of its organism. When the bird swallows the
    • 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
    • to the periphery of the organism and develops strong intellectual
    • inner recesses of the organism especially those regions in which
    • middle organisation takes place. And the feebleness or apathy of the
    • tendency arises if the ego excludes itself from the inner organic
    • excitements provoke their characteristic organic processes. Strictly
    • stirring the feeling life — their organic counter-processes; but
    • sphere causes the ego to work upon its own central organisation —
    • interior; and the organs which the animal possesses and the plant
    • organisation. It takes place more in the region between digestion,
    • human organism there takes place continually a process of de-salting,
    • the human organism in different directions. The bark containing the
    • in the human organism.
    • easily takes its place; therefore the spleen is an organ most easily
    • other organs of the human abdomen. The spleen is but little associated
    • in a more spiritual or psychological way in man. Like all our organs
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    • functions in the human organism. These functions must be regarded as
    • regard the spleen as an organ of minor importance. This error may
    • the very reason that it is a highly spiritualised organ; and also
    • because other organs may be called in to help do its work.
    • suitable food and sounder and more beneficial organic habits;. Note
    • difficult to define these delicate workings of our organism in the
    • organism. What precisely are these conscious functions of the human
    • organism? All those processes in the organism whose nature involves
    • are toxic activities in the organism. This must not be overlooked. The
    • organism poisons itself continually precisely through its conceptual
    • we perceive an excessive inner organic activity caused by toxic
    • considerably alters the activity of that organ. Of course, there is a
    • “but”; all that concerns the organic processes under discussion has
    • internal, draw attention to the relationship between those organs of
    • And to massage successfully, one must know the human organism well.
    • human organism is most clearly revealed in these indirect and
    • above downwards, we find that the organs above the centre benefit
    • influences respiration; if we go farther down, the organs of the
    • effect on the upper organs, and strangely enough, massage treatment of
    • limbs of the human body. This interaction of upper and lower organs,
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    • — is also closely associated with the general process of organisation
    • world, nutritive processes are eliminated and a piece of inorganic
    • pole of the organisation at which the extremity of the tooth develops,
    • the internal organisation cannot contribute very much to the formative
    • process. But we must not forget that this internal organisation is
    • in the interior of the whole organism before the second teeth appear.
    • organism; through the enamel, through the saliva, through the pulp or
    • of our organism being so constructed as to master and perform the
    • etheric body which is freed from the physical organisation or only
    • observed, forms as it were a constant etheric movement of organising
    • around the jaws. Such a free organisation does not exist in the lower
    • physical organic activity, and thence arise the phenomena to which I
    • body's activity from the physical organisation, e.g., during
    • pregnancy, immediately at the opposite pole of the organism,
    • organisation, and destructive processes come into operation. For all
    • things which increase organic activities — as for instance in the
    • organism, and is continued and extended inwards. This internal
    • complexity of the human organism requires us to supplement education
    • prophylactic influences upon the organism, and it is very interesting
    • an internal organising effect. In Æsculin there is a force which
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    • by invading the human organism. Of course it is very easy to refute
    • arguments and objections against the invasion of micro-organisms, for
    • micro-organisms really exist. And since they have different
    • diseases linked with specific types of micro-organisms.
    • as are the result of any foreign body in the organism, and that from
    • micro-organisms. Attention is thus drawn away from the true origin of
    • the disease, for whenever lower organisms find suitable soil in the
    • centralised, in the human organism itself. By virtue of its lungs the
    • human organism is a genuine earth in miniature, and all the pulmonary
    • organisation. All that comes to meet the inner metabolism of the
    • Now there is a special requirement of the human organism: all that is
    • focused from out of the organism, in the heart's action, must be held
    • apart from the forces that organise and concentrate themselves in the
    • mineralisation may become excessive even in the organism of man.
    • of the organism which should not exist. In this region the affected
    • organs are embedded as in an etheric sphere, and this favours the
    • multiplication of what should not multiply in our organism, namely the
    • throughout the whole organism. If it does so, it sustains the life of
    • the whole organism. If it works only within a small enclosure, it
    • upper organic sphere.
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    • path taken within the human organism by substances external to man,
    • existence, what he owes to earth-forces; whereas the female organism
    • demands on the man; the earth organises his forces. Earth is the cause
    • the internal processes of her organisation. This contrast may remind
    • result. In woman, the organism includes internal tendencies which wage
    • organism, and not in the terms of life and the seed. This contest
    • the organs which serve the functions of reproduction. Thus woman
    • continually withdraws her organisation from the inherent forces of
    • reproduction; the organs surrounding the reproductive tract are
    • through the maternal organism. Thus a community which gives thought
    • were, their earthly accumulator solely in the organism of a woman.
    • general judgment of the human bodily organisation; this organisation
    • antimonising and albuminising forces in the human organism. In my
    • animal organism, in order to supply its actual substance. And the
    • which builds the organs its form.
    • organising forces of the organs. Please take as a concrete example,
    • one organ, the alimentary canal. It is of course internally organised.
    • in the abstract the internal processes of the organ and those that
    • the organ itself, the antimonising force works in man. For man is
    • organic formative force must not be overloaded with the antimonising
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    • organism, in both sickness and health, with the forces, substances and
    • organic in its manifestations the lower its evolutionary grade. So
    • organism. The adherent of current natural science will say that salts
    • interior of the organism. This continued process of taste is at the
    • organism. That is the essence of what happens. All the processes in
    • urge to roundness, to completion, to organising and shaping. This is
    • gist of what must happen within the organism. But man must always be
    • called into action, with the secretion of the upper organs instead of
    • the dissolution in the lower. That is the path in the human organism;
    • in which, as it were, inorganic matter is kindled. Then one has the
    • activity developed in the opposite group of organs, that is to say in
    • the human organism. They soon, therefore, become wholly external,
    • within of this process of fluorine formation which the whole organism
    • organism. The replacement can be supplied in a certain way, but we
    • human organism. It may be said that whenever the intestinal
    • fluorine in the human organism. So it will be necessary, in cases
    • effect. There is a real reversal of all human organic activity under
    • regions of the human organism which have as their proper office the
    • liquefaction and dissolution are changed into a kind of sense organ,
    • drinking to perceive his own interior. For his own organism now
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    • of their effects on the different organs. These lectures constitute one
    • repeated incarnations and is seated in organisation of body. Head
    • with separated organs is basis of will. Body changes in seven year
    • part of earth maturity. In child physical organs and corresponding
    • human organism in spiritual world. Knowledge of the earth world
    • organ or nexus of organs may be faultily inserted into what comes
    • answer is: It has its seat in the organisation of the body. How is
    • head and works thence into the whole organism. The nerves-and-senses
    • organism. In the head is contained, in a sense, the whole human
    • separated from the other organs, from kidneys, stomach and so on. But
    • synthesizer of everything that is going on in the organism. And the
    • rest of the organism, and especially in the metabolism-and-limbs
    • organism the several activities are held apart. In the head, however,
    • there organs which are separate one from another and have each their
    • analytically built-up organs that lie at the basis of the whole life
    • the basis of thinking. Whatever we have in us in the way of organs is
    • twentieth year. It has already taken form in the organs which are now
    • structure of the organs, and is conditioned by the whole development
    • or in some other organ, this organ is by then so much “on its
    • independent; the organs already have a definite direction, and the
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    • their effects on the different organs. These lectures constitute one of
    • and organisation of the brain; and then we saw how behind expressions
    • of will is an analytical activity which underlies the organs —
    • organs separate and distinct one from another.
    • thoughts really are. Thoughts, as we know, enter the organism of the
    • years), we find nothing at all in the human organisation that could
    • that which is the building and organising force in man, are the
    • our brain — forming it into an organ of demolition, an organ
    • organisation. All sense of its mystery — in fact, any real
    • interest in the organisation of man — is completely lacking in
    • that owing to the predetermined conditions some of the organs are not
    • were able to take possession of the several organs quietly.
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    • their effects on the different organs. These lectures constitute one of
    • ego organisation enters directly into physical forces (gravity) and
    • conditions an organ (e.g. liver) may restrict this activity and
    • body, astral body and ego organisation, and of different ways in
    • organisation or a real astral body. The existence even of the etheric
    • of the organic and etheric. I will not stress names but when some
    • 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
    • being wakes up, his astral body and ego organisation go straight over
    • astral body does certainly come in, the ego organisation also comes
    • organisation, entering in, proceed to lay hold of the physical and
    • first the ego organisation. When, at the moment of awaking, the ego
    • organisation returns, it does not lay hold merely of the etheric body
    • consciousness — for my ego, for my ego organisation which has
    • also its physical expression in the warmth organism — gravity
    • ego organisation, right into the actual gravity of the earth; and you
    • body lives in the buoyancy. But when we with our ego organisation
    • Our human organisation stands, in fact, in connection with all the
    • us follow this out in more detail. Our ego organisation is connected,
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    • their effects on the different organs. These lectures constitute one of
    • Congestion of astral and ego forces in an organ connected with
    • consciousness leads to fits. Congestion in an organ which hinders
    • consciousness leads to pain. Conversely, an organ may allow ego and
    • organisation. What conclusion did we come to as regards all those
    • 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
    • you have an organ with its ether body within it. For each single
    • organ there is a definite relationship that should obtain between
    • familiar with the fact that in inorganic external Nature, substances
    • we have abnormality, a state of illness; in some organ astral body
    • and ego organisation will be present, but in such a way that they
    • organisation to come forth again out of an organ, out of the physical
    • way in some organ, then there is too much astral body, too much ego
    • in that organ; there is not the proper amount, there is a surplus —
    • with the result that the organ cannot help feeling the
    • astrality. If the organ has in it the right and proper amount, it
    • presence of astrality within it. But if there is in an organ an
    • activity of astral body and ego organisation that does not belong
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    • their effects on the different organs. These lectures constitute one of
    • organism, in its totality.
    • draw the ego organisation red, then the astral organisation
    • purple, the etheric organisation yellow, and lastly, the
    • physical organisation white. And now let us be quite clear and
    • accurately as possible. For the human organisation is not of such a
    • nature that we can say: There is the ego organisation, there
    • the astral organisation, there the etheric organisation,
    • to yourselves a being (see circles above, in the middle) organised in
    • organisation (red); then, further inwards, the astral organisation
    • You will have thus a being who shows his ego organisation outside,
    • while he drives the astral organisation farther in, the etheric still
    • farther in and the physical organisation farthest in of all.
    • will draw a different arrangement, where we have the ego organisation
    • right inside (red), the astral organisation, as it were, raying
    • outwards (purple); then, farther out, the etheric organisation
    • (yellow), and still farther out, the physical organisation (white).
    • organisation, into which plays also the etheric organisation, whilst
    • the astral and ego organisations tend to disappear within. But now,
    • Here the physical organisation (white)
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    • their effects on the different organs. These lectures constitute one of
    • Case history of a boy in whom the head organization has failed to
    • weakness in the upper part of the organisation. Observe now how the
    • (in the front) you have that part of the whole head organisation
    • which has its substance supplied to it from the rest of the organism.
    • reflected in the nerves-and-senses organism, and since at that early
    • organism. When the boy wakes up, the astral body and the I
    • organisation cannot dive down into the organism as they should. They
    • inpouring of the astral body and I organisation into the physical
    • organization does not come off as it should. The reason is to be
    • muscles; and the ability of the astral body and I organisation to
    • be done in this way in the direction of rendering the organism more
    • is what the boy's organism needs: to be made pliant and supple, so
    • look with clarity and discernment into the bodily organisation of the
    • in this boy the astral body and the I organisation do not penetrate
    • organisation. How can we strengthen the nervous system? What can we
    • from the head to the lower organism. This stream of forces is
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    • their effects on the different organs. These lectures constitute one of
    • boy of eleven. Astral organization cannot properly enter body,
    • the organism having become hardened, the astral body does not
    • organisation. The head is rather too big, though scarcely enough to
    • which the physical organisation ought to be particularly active —
    • just in this period the physical organisation has in his case been
    • organisation in the first period of life — that it is the
    • inherited organism. So you see, it is an inherited organism
    • lived. The I (ego) organisation is now beginning to come forward, but
    • physical organism. For it is the ether body that is active now, and
    • weak astral body and a weak ego organization, which cannot make
    • headway against the inherited organism. And we have also to note that
    • this inherited organism has itself remained small. Now there is room
    • purely animal instincts of the physical organism. He was greedy, and
    • 2nd March, 1924.] I spoke of how the entire human organisation
    • of the head as its organ of support, originates in a disintegration
    • physical organism. For as he does so, forces of growth will begin at
    • organism. We must therefore choose for him exercises in Curative
    • own physical organism. E (Eh, as in gate) is particularly helpful
    • here, for in Eh man touches himself in his own organism; also U (as
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    • their effects on the different organs. These lectures constitute one of
    • for it provides the first clear evidence that the ego organisation
    • receive into him the astral body and ego organisation. In the child
    • weakness of the nerves-and-senses organisation. From September
    • 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
    • has to go by before it is extended over the whole organism. The
    • connection with the air has its influence upon the organism
    • establishment of the connection throughout the organism is a gradual
    • any such devastation as can show itself in the organism later on, if
    • organisation is simply retained and continued.
    • feature of the embryo organisation is, as you know, that we have
    • there to do with an immense head organisation and a small body. The
    • head organisation owes its origin entirely to the co-operation of
    • organisation in the embryo condition is to be regarded as a work of
    • forces. You must think of the mother's womb as a bodily organ that
    • organisation goes forward.
    • organisation begins to let itself be orientated into these forces. In
    • organisation of the legs will grow weak at once; for just the most
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    • their effects on the different organs. These lectures constitute one of
    • solely within the organisation of man and where human beings are
    • the organs of the will are deformed at the side. Consequently,
    • spread out in the organism, reaching the periphery with a lighter
    • very work we have to set ourselves to do in the organism is bound at
    • of bringing into the organism the principle of disintegration. We
    • me describe to you how lead takes effect in the organism. Lead has,
    • the organism. The cosmos, as we know, gives itself time to work;
    • matter ever to deal with an organ therapeutically.
    • 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
    • bears the stamp of the ego organisation. These beings inspire us;
    • developed the I organisation. And one of the first things that
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    • their effects on the different organs. These lectures constitute one of
    • Uranus and Neptune. In albinism organisation resists iron and drives
    • physical organisation. He was given into your care comparatively
    • ability, he was able to do the sum. All the members of his organism
    • the head organisation; they cannot make their way down into the rest
    • the head organisation to the metabolism-and limbs organisation, and
    • rest of the organism, try getting them to touch their feet with their
    • has to go forward in the whole organism. The fact that the boy
    • organism; and the sole significance that castration possesses for the
    • organisation is the main thing; everything else is produced from it.
    • organism of man, they are peculiarly adapted to restore harmony
    • cases where we perceive a disturbance due to the ego organisation
    • organisation, but to a special resistance put up by the ether body.
    • we can see quite clearly that the astral organisation has made very
    • weak connection with the organism as a whole. The girl is obviously
    • One notices at once that the astral organisation is far too weak to
    • and then the part it plays in the head organisation is continued in the
    • organism in itself, sitting up there on the top of the human being,
    • an organism whose limbs are dwarfed and have — in process of
    • deformation has, you see, made its appearance in the upper organism.
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    • their effects on the different organs. These lectures constitute one of
    • organism is clear evidence of the fact that the ether body is not
    • properly at home in the organism — the reason being that its
    • this kind occurs, which finds expression in the soul organism, then
    • organisation of the body; for the coarser, cruder organisation cannot
    • higher organisation of man is, naturally, more easily noticed than in
    • the lower organisation. In this child, owing to a defective astral
    • the organisation. What we have to do, therefore, if we are to help
    • proper organic relation between physical body and ether body; astral
    • part is not properly organised, then what is left there of the
    • order to bring it about that the higher organisation — I and
    • the lower organisation — ether body and physical body.
    • you, is the sound that places the whole organism into the
    • out-breathing, and so the astral organisation will there meet the
    • that his I and astral body are incapable of bringing his organs into
    • centrifugally and drives the substantiality of the organism to the
    • hypophysis, the tendency to build up the human organism out of
    • and then in the hypophysis cerebri you will have the organising
    • principle that tends to encourage organic growth.
    • world; consequently his I organisation is perpetually pushing at
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    • their effects on the different organs. These lectures constitute one of
    • writings. He describes, for example, how some organ in a plant, which
    • far as to produce from itself organs that would normally be situated
    • only changed their field of action within the organisation. For up to
    • they migrate within the human organisation, moving up a stage higher.
    • only the physical and etheric organisation. Hence the harmful effect
    • the place on the map where a child with a particular organisation
    • that a human being, instead of having the organisation that properly
    • belongs to him, is organised on the pattern of that animal, then that
    • would be for one an indication of a type of organisation that
    • organisation; but the man of our time carries his I, his Ego, in his
    • organism heart and kidneys must work together if the organism as a
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    • education. We have founded schools, which are organised on the
    • childlike soul and bodily organism those capacities which have
    • It is, at the same time, that which builds up our organism out
    • matter organises itself so that the nervous system can become
    • every single organ, wherever there is an upbuilding process
    • one of the organs, it may be the liver, or the lungs, or the
    • some organ or other may have its correct degree of anabolism in
    • growth becomes rampant. Or contrariwise, some organ may have a
    • anabolism, in which case the organ becomes disturbed, or
    • Suppose we take for example a human organ that is disturbed by
    • organs. Thus, we can discover — when we make use of these
    • kidneys. And so we can proceed with all the organs. Once we
    • beneficial or not. We can look into the human organism in
    • respect of the relative balance of the organs themselves; we
    • — that is, for the human organs in respect of the
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    • proceeding in the human organism and how, on the other hand,
    • physical organisation which is perceptible by means of the
    • (integrate) the human organisation.
    • the human organisation we have a progressive,
    • exists in the human organisation an activity of
    • nervous organisation merely in order that the nerves may, in
    • as regards the actual Ego-organisation, by means of which man
    • on the Earth. The Ego-organisation is essentially bound up with
    • the human organism, we see that in every single organ there is
    • construction, integration (whereby the organ ministers to
    • human organ, can be disturbed. The upbuilding process can
    • study each individual organ as
    • organs and so find it possible to obtain a conception of the
    • processes, the balance of an organ is upset, then we have to do
    • in the human organism.
    • human organism stands in relation to the three kingdoms of
    • within the human organism.
    • organism. When we investigate the manifestations of warmth
    • into things. If we, in our organisation, were to be penetrated
    • only when, through the forces and quality of our organisation
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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
    • physical organisation during sleep, we come to something else,
    • possible to divide the whole organisation of man into three
    • Ego-organisation. Now the constitution of man is very
    • and Ego-organisation pass entirely out of the physical and
    • etheric bodies. It can so happen that the organism of nerves
    • Ego-organisation. These have only left the head. Hence
    • of the organism functions as in waking life. What I have here
    • Ego-organisation from the head, can be brought about by the
    • we look deeply into the human organisation in its relation to
    • us when we examine how the head-organisation works upon the
    • whole man, when we study how the organism builds itself up. We
    • we find that that part of the organism which shows us, first by
    • gradually come to know what tasks the Ego-organisation and
    • fluid organisation, stream out from his head. Now if the astral
    • body and the Ego-organisation work too strongly in the head,
    • is what we see in the ageing organisation, when a
    • organism. We have therefore an excessively strong working of
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    • education. We have founded schools, which are organised on the
    • bodily organism those capacities which have been brought into
    • same time, that which builds up our organism out of outer
    • brain and nervous system and that this matter organises itself
    • within a polar antithesis, Everywhere, in every single organ,
    • organs, it may be the liver, or the lungs, or the heart, we see
    • disturbed to such an extent that some organ or other may have
    • contrariwise, some organ may have a normal process of
    • the organ becomes disturbed, or atrophies; and thus we pass out
    • for example a human organ that is disturbed by reason of too
    • organs. Thus, we can discover — when we make use of these
    • kidneys. And so we can proceed with all the organs. Once we
    • can look into the human organism in respect of the relative
    • balance of the organs themselves; we can penetratingly survey
    • into a healing factor — that is, for the human organs in
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    • human organism and how, on the other hand, there is a constant
    • physical organisation which is perceptible by means of the
    • serve to build up (integrate) the human organisation. The
    • or life body. In these two members of the human organisation we
    • human organisation an activity of soul-and-spirit.
    • nervous organisation merely in order that the nerves may, in
    • Ego-organisation, by means of which man is raised above all the
    • Ego-organisation is essentially bound up with katabolism; it is
    • into this wonderful form of the human organism, we see that in
    • every single organ there is construction, integration (whereby
    • the organ ministers to growth and progressive development), and
    • in a particular way in every human organ, can be disturbed. The
    • disintegration, but really study each individual organ as
    • organs and so find it possible to obtain a conception of the
    • processes, the balance of an organ is upset, then we have to do
    • with something that is unhealthy in the human organism.
    • must discover how this human organism stands in relation to the
    • human organism.
    • unchanged when it is once within the human organism. When we
    • organisation, were to be penetrated in the same way by warmth
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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
    • organisation during sleep, we come to something else, namely,
    • the whole organisation of man into three systems: (1) the
    • body, ether body, astral body and Ego-organisation. Now the
    • in sleep the astral body and Ego-organisation pass entirely out
    • organism of nerves-and-senses is only partially forsaken by the
    • astral body and Ego-organisation. These have only left the
    • while the rest of the organism functions as in waking life.
    • of the astral body and Ego-organisation from the head, can be
    • head. Here we look deeply into the human organisation in its
    • how the head-organisation works upon the whole man, when we
    • study how the organism builds itself up. We see all the hard
    • that part of the organism which shows us, first by its outer
    • gradually come to know what tasks the Ego-organisation and
    • fluid organisation, stream out from his head. Now if the astral
    • body and the Ego-organisation work too strongly in the head,
    • is what we see in the ageing organisation, when a tendency to
    • organism. We have therefore an excessively strong working of
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    • organism without our co-operation, whereas we must ourselves
    • develop the organs of spiritual sight.
    • relative weight of things, but that part of the human organism which
    • scale of organic life than the plants. The plant has its etheric body;
    • human organism — the astral.
    • Animals also possess this astral organism. In man it bestows the
    • member of the human organisation.
    • When the organic forces that underlie the latter gain the upper hand,
    • astral body a continuous destruction of the organic processes in the
    • That is the secret of the human organism.
    • If we go no further than the consideration of the organisation of the
    • 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
    • structures, and which proceed as nerve fibres to the sense organs
    • — a most complicated organisation which, for those who can
    • the human organisation. With regard to man, naturally, the
    • is organised for these metabolic functions by the Ego-organisation
    • organised out of what otherwise is in a state of
    • the entire organism.
    • 1 The “Ego-organisation” denotes the whole of those
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    • organism without our co-operation, whereas we must ourselves
    • develop the organs of spiritual sight.
    • relative weight of things, but that part of the human organism which
    • scale of organic life than the plants. The plant has its etheric body;
    • human organism — the astral.
    • Animals also possess this astral organism. In man it bestows the
    • member of the human organisation.
    • When the organic forces that underlie the latter gain the upper hand,
    • astral body a continuous destruction of the organic processes in the
    • That is the secret of the human organism.
    • If we go no further than the consideration of the organisation of the
    • 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
    • structures, and which proceed as nerve fibres to the sense organs
    • — a most complicated organisation which, for those who can
    • the human organisation. With regard to man, naturally, the
    • is organised for these metabolic functions by the Ego-organisation
    • organised out of what otherwise is in a state of
    • the entire organism.
    • 1 The “Ego-organisation” denotes the whole of those
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    • division of the body social into those three organic systems,
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    • the inner organ would now have to open itself to its human
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    • look at the physical organism of the Atlantean individual. It
    • at that point an organ, the development of which will restore
    • that they perceived with a kind of inner organ. According to
    • the world with external sense organs before the middle of the
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    • because their minds were bound to their sense organs, and the
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    • themselves, via the soul, into our organism, how the soul arouses the
    • our organism has somehow recuperated and refreshed itself. We perceive
    • organism where, as though in sleep, it passes over into activity and
    • organism. There was a third condition which no longer occurs in human
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    • past, and his eyes are now specially organized to see only the
    • reached his head — the organ he had developed to so high a level
    • his physical body, particularly with his eyes, which were organized in
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    • Our perceptions are, as you know, taken up into our astral organism
    • 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
    • within our organism when we consume them in the ordinary course of
    • of the organic laws within which man has his being. Dreams are much
    • feelings, takes three or four days to be imprinted on our organism.
    • neglect; it occurs because an organism is coming into being within man
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    • forces of inner organization.
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    • that appertains to it; and especially in all which enables that organ
    • the present day they are so largely used in constructing man's organ
    • organ of speech, and releases that from the larynx; if he is gradually
    • forces of his speech-organ which are capable of being used for the
    • organ of thought. Thinking is, of course, not actually accomplished by
    • organised in the humanity of ancient Greece in the fifth or sixth
    • organs of speech. Certain forces, which as a rule are not noticed,
    • organs of speech, and which, if kept back, enable him to see into his
    • their organs.
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    • being. They experienced the course of the year as an organic life
    • accomplished by all of today's organizations and plans for reform;
    • soul, in the whole human organism of man to be akin to the yellowing
    • the “three” is organized, how the spiritual and the
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    • evolution, for example, that out of lower animal organisms higher more
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    • totality works as if it were a kind of organ of perception; but we
    • the ether-body that is the real organ of perception, The physical body
    • sense-organ which perceives a world of weaving, moving pictures and
    • breathing and the functioning of his organism as a whole must be
    • claims on the organism than the organism can meet, then it is possible
    • with the breath into the organism.
    • wither. But because the organization and functions of the physical
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    • processes in the organism is like a spirit-being who moves about under
    • double. How is it that these organs are symmetrically disposed? How is
    • Man is really coarsely organized; we can sometimes find evidence of
    • crudely organized as we are, we never discover that we have two! It is
    • to us in the middle, where we have to play our part. Our organism does
    • your organism, all the processes that take place between Lucifer and
    • that are comparable with what takes place in the organism of man. Our
    • in the plane, not in the spatial organism at all.
    • the human organism, and it is interesting to observe its gradation.
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    • foundation of our physical organism — and embedded at the same time
    • in the whole etheric world — lies this etheric organism, in perpetual
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    • voice in connection with the human organism – even for this
    • withdraws, so that other powers make use of my speech-organism;
    • divine-spiritual powers make use of this speech-organism in order
    • when she makes use of the human organism, begins to speak through
    • the human organism, to vibrate musically; our attention is directed
    • involves the entire human organism.
    • manner in which a human being is able to bring his organism into
    • organism. One must learn to trace this working of the spirit in the
    • human organism when the art of poetry is expressed through
    • organism can be, when it is tuned in the most various ways. In
    • organization from which gaiety, satire and humour emanate. Only
    • human organization when this serves as the instrument for poetry
    • organization itself furnishes the instrument of artistic
    • and the human organization. I will take as. a
    • being is organized into the system of nerves and senses – the
    • number of pulse-beats per minute, in a healthy human organism, is
    • represent the course of the breath in the human organism, and how
    • he brought his whole inner organization, his rhythmic organization,
    • human organism – which forms this human organism so that it
    • perception of the human organism, and what it does when it employs
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    • interpenetrate each other in the human organism something of which
    • presses, so to speak, against the organs of mental representation,
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    • was taken up into more exalted regions of organic life: into the
    • of the organism: this is because no-one is any longer able to live
    • Organs, but leave Objects untouch’d.
    • unmediated by bodily organs. Only for someone unable to rouse these
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    • artistic creativity and sensitivity are the organs for a genuine
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    • blood-circulation, as of the occult workings of the human organism.
    • German classical period) – and those include the human organs
    • organ situated in the breast, as known to external sight; the heart
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    • do in terminal rhyme and organization in stanzas. If we go back to
    • innocence with a chanting of end-rhymes and strophic organization,
    • through terminal rhyme and stanzaic organization.
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    • and work up in our physical organism the materials and forces of the
    • comes to expression in the human organism, as an inviolable sanctuary
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    • for itself, but for all mankind. Humanity is a great organism, and
    • organism.
    • a great organism.
    • organs, but for looking into the spiritual, not the physical, world.
    • relationships in our own organism with the feeling of love, to
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    • normal human organism, not in any sense the organism of an Adept, but
    • the organism of a simple man, a weak man. And now the objective event
    • threefold organism. In this organism the Christ-Being lived from the
    • organization. We must go back to the ancient Lemurian time, into the
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    • what has been given us of bones, skin and sense-organs is to have an
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    • when a man stands before us, it is as an organised assembly of
    • the bearer of a visible, earthly organism.
    • human organism, so that there stood before us physical, etheric and
    • organism, as otherwise the Ego would have done. What now
    • into a visible body; and, within this organism, the Christ-Being.
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    • during life on earth, our physical body, with its brain organisation,
    • physical body. But into the human organisation, in so far as it
    • disorganisation of the Phantom of the physical body. As we shall see,
    • Fall. Death was indeed the result of the disorganisation of the
    • the disorganisation of the Phantom — is not countered by
    • have penetrated ever more deeply into the human bodily organism, and
    • Golgotha. It is possible for man to receive into his organism those
    • organism at the beginning of the earth evolution, as a consequence of
    • the Luciferic forces, he received the organism of Adam.
    • of the physical body, except in so far as the inner organism impinges
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    • but could do so in a youthful, child-like and yet powerful organism.
    • Jesus-child — or, better, his three-fold bodily organisation
    • organism not touched by the contamination which has affected the
    • organism of Jesus of Nazareth. His human nature, still free, as it
    • means the bodily instrument, the entire organism, of the Nathan Jesus
    • organism was not developed.
    • taken into the bodily organism. Throughout the three years from the
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    • it spreads itself out in his organism, and so pervades him that he
    • the human organism must understand, accept, permeate itself with the
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    • issued as a kind of extract from the primordial fire is the inorganic,
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    • through the etheric earth, and his organs too, were etheric. He was an
    • in which he can behold those earlier stages of evolution. Other organs
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    • resolve of those who organized it, for I think it may be taken as
    • achieved by man, having proceeded from a kind of Fata Morgana, will
    • Fata Morgana and must so remain! Yet the human being cannot endure
    • organism be healed.
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    • rapid transition, and that for the sake of the organization of our
    • human organism from what he regards as its divine manifestation in
    • physical organism when it reached the knee, for instance, must
    • outwardly through the larynx and its related organs. It was known
    • song, was drawn from the healthy organism trained in the right way
    • organism, in short the development of power to be able freely to
    • walking encyclopaedias but assisted the trained organs of the
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    • organism is such that it brings the first teeth with it as an
    • organization. This event is of the most extraordinary importance in
    • another in the child's organization; they form a unity up to the
    • seventh year. While the human being is developing his organs, his
    • clarity.) If the same organic forces which we bear within us up to
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    • thinking into thinking full of character — primitive, inorganic
    • which the spirit may be connected with a definite organ in the human
    • knows that the teeth are the most important of all organs of thought.
    • constitute the organ of thought. As thinking arises spontaneously in
    • and second teeth has been present in the whole organism of the child
    • out from the organism of the child do not work again as physical
    • organs. It worked in the physical organism, forced out the teeth,
    • way we obtain, as it were, a natural conception of the human organism
    • in so far as the organism is physical. Similarly, through Imaginative
    • organizes the plants, brings them into relation with the
    • physical body. There from within, it organizes the physical body; it
    • child during the time when the teeth are the organs of thought; it is
    • in other parts of the human organism.
    • have a strong physical connection with the secretions of the organs,
    • reveals the change which lifts thinking out of the physical organism,
    • and the breathing system, the seat of the organic rhythmic activity,
    • physical organism and, at the fourteenth or fifteenth year, becomes
    • soul and spirit which lies hidden in the depths of the organism up to
    • from the organs of speech, is of extraordinary significance.
    • organic activity! When the seven-year-old child utters the labial
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    • will really remains bound up with the organism longest of all. Until
    • largely dependent on organic activity. This organic activity is
    • fire or warmth thus engendered in the organism, takes hold of the
    • organism play over into movement. The teacher especially must cherish
    • will release itself from the organism in the same way as feeling
    • sexual organs — their development in the case of the boy, the
    • through the human organism from below upwards, a force which did not
    • of life. The whole process of bodily organization during this period
    • has its start in the head-organism. Up to the seventh year the head
    • feet to the head are only organized in the course of the first two
    • when the fourteenth or fifteenth year has been reached do the organs
    • independent in the organs of movement. The forces flowing from below
    • is freed as a result of the inner processes in the organs of movement
    • must see the will at work in the organs of movement, in the quite
    • feeling is connected with that which comes from the chest organs and
    • see in the highly significant organism of the palate which bounds the
    • shoulders). The word did not only live in the organs of speech but in
    • the whole of man's organism of movement. But humanity has forgotten
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    • child is one great sense-organ. The scope of this truth is not
    • not the case. Taste then works throughout the whole organism; the
    • tongue, extend over the whole organism in the young child who lives,
    • child experiences the functions of its bodily organism. All these
    • and ear, also extend over the whole organism of the child. Think of
    • over the whole organism in the child. In the child there is no
    • arms and hands. The whole organism finds its orientation. Learning to
    • walk means to set the whole organism in a right orientation with the
    • orientation must inhere in the organism itself; the organism is
    • organism itself.
    • nature free, and to act only as helpers, then we injure the organism
    • the child is a most delicately balanced organ of sense, he is not only
    • how the child's organism adjusts itself to attain the upright
    • enacted by the human organism as it passes from the horizontal to the
    • arises from the entire motor-organism of the human being. How the
    • the mysterious processes of the human organism to the head, and
    • of speech is bound up with organic movement; life to begin with is
    • human organism. With every step that is taken, the body follows the
    • fact that to begin with the whole organism is active when the child is
    • element of truth in speech is taken into the whole bodily organism. A
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    • is organizing and moulding his whole being. All that has been present
    • prepare his physical organism to be the bearer of moral and spiritual
    • the teacher in an organic bodily sense. And so a pictorial,
    • rhythmic system that predominates in the child's organic nature during
    • to think for himself, forcing him to think? Certain organic forces that
    • indeed an out-streaming of will-impulses into the organism of
    • is transformed into action by the human will sets up a certain organic
    • burn up something in my organism, only this inner process of burning
    • candle. In the human organization the processes of outer Nature are
    • our organism that sleep alone can rectify. In a certain sense we should
    • the whole organism, whereas otherwise it would confine itself
    • to the organs of movement.
    • combustion which the human organism is no longer capable of
    • the body begins to stir in the organism. Art creates a real hunger
    • of the inner organic processes called up by the artistic work in the
    • waking life can thus cause a right life of sleep in which all the organic
    • finer processes of the human organism, as to how, for example, an
    • organism itself? No artistic feeling is brought to bear on the
    • of view of the needs of the human organism, as they were in Greece,
    • education not based on the inner needs of the organism sets up an
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    • the human organism, the child must be taught to write before he
    • and the intellect are engaged, and in a truly organic system of
    • organism. If we educate in this sense, the child's life of feeling
    • will unfold itself organically and naturally in a form suited to the
    • of the organism, if we teach him to write mechanically, making him
    • into the physical organism with health-giving power.
    • no quality of growth. Now the human being must grow as his organism
    • just as our limbs and the whole of our organism have changed.
    • with a living, growing physical organism and this alone can lead to a
    • learn to think of it as the offspring of a living earth-organism, so
    • organization. First, there is the head. A hard shell encloses the
    • system which includes the organs of breathing and circulation of the
    • member, the system of metabolism and limbs. As organs of movement,
    • intelligible to the child as a primitive head-organization.
    • organization corresponding to the human head. In the animal species
    • human chest-organization, and the system comprising the limbs and
    • The organs of
    • structure of the organs of movement, or the digestive organs.
    • is strongly and powerfully developed. A study of the organization of
    • essentially to the digestive organs, to the stomach and intestines.
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    • however, he has an inner organization, perceptible only to
    • organization perceptible only to Inspiration, the next stage of
    • organization remains with the physical body lying there in bed. When
    • man sleeps, the astral body and Ego-organization leave the physical
    • work only upon the astral body and Ego-organization. What results
    • history or the being of man works on his organization of soul and
    • the astral body and Ego-organization.
    • affects the astral body and Ego-organization, those higher members
    • organically vibrant. He will be full of life and vitality. This can,
    • that corresponds to the organic needs of the child's being. A
    • or even by counting deadens something in the human organism. To start
    • deaden the organism of man. But if we first awaken a conception of
    • the organism is vitalised. This must be borne in mind even when the
    • drawing upon the astral body and Ego-organization with their
    • the earth and the earth itself as an organism, when he can see in the
    • on the part of the teacher. Obviously, therefore, the organization of the
    • rooted in his organism: “Why should I learn all these things?
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    • to some element in the air, for instance, which the organism cannot
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    • and Ego-organization are working in unison. The way in which the
    • outer life penetrates deeply into the physical organism of man.
    • in the child's diet, he will be able to use this bodily organ as a
    • organic system is made to act in accordance with an activity in his soul.
    • second exercises quickly, one after the other. The organism is
    • organism, and how movement of the fingers of the left hand works upon
    • organism. We must know too how walking on the toes or walking on the
    • use. Since the movements are derived from laws of the human organism
    • balance the inorganic, lifeless elements in nature-study by leading
    • Indeed the origin of the animal form is the structure of organs
    • which, in man, become the organs of speech and song. That is the
    • origin of the organic forms and structure of the animal. The animal
    • and sound arises. That which in the organism of speech and song
    • if we realize that it develops, musically as it were, from organs
    • organic structures connected with the element of music.
    • only comprehend the inorganic constituents of man's being. If at the right
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    • connected with this business and organises it according to his
    • with unorganised, undirected movements. We follow day by day,
    • model, for in his own organisation he was aware of the forces
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    • hold of him and enter deeply into his organism. He does not
    • with an organisation of this kind live beyond the 35th year? It
    • organism. Why is this? It is because with the change of teeth
    • the organisation of the head is brought to a certain
    • organisation, body, soul and spirit. And if — with our
    • the rest of the organism. Walking and using the hands make it
    • organised, for up to a point it is already formed in the
    • organisation, is the rhythmic system of man. If people
    • physical organ, the brain, must bring about a state of balance,
    • rightly organised for this purpose, must be active in the
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    • entire human organisation.
    • man we have, to begin with, the actual physical organism which
    • distinguish between his physical organism and his etheric
    • organism. The latter he has in common only with the plant
    • etheric organism could never experience feeling, never attain
    • organism, which he has in common with the animal world. It
    • might appear that this is an external organisation, but in the
    • addition to this man still has his ego-organisation, which is
    • primarily dependent on his physical organism. The physical
    • organism must gradually adapt itself to the outer world, but
    • of the physical organism growing into the outer world is
    • organism completes the process of growing into the world.
    • During this time, however, in which the organisation is chiefly
    • organism speech develops out of movement in all its
    • organism.
    • constitution of the physical, soul and spiritual organism of
    • life, this the child has also in his physical organism. If
    • this passes over into the blood organisation of the child, and
    • blood circulation. The child's physical body is organised
    • organised accordingly. Whoever studies the whole course of a
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    • between birth and the change of teeth, the organisation of the
    • predispositions are incorporated into the organism which I
    • seventh year of life the child is so organised that he is
    • his fourteenth and twenty-first year he is so organised that he
    • into the speech organism. Although the child has already
    • forces; it models the wonderful forms of the organs, heart,
    • sensation, tends in its organisation towards the musical nature
    • organism to which the plants belong. This is actually what it
    • organism. And this it actually is and when it begins to become
    • represents some part of the human being, a human organ, or an
    • organic system, which is developed in a one-sided way. You need
    • and so on. And when you take the inner organs, for instance
    • second main epoch the child is so organised that he responds
    • working actively in the human organs. Such knowledge can only
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    • this school is organised it can at the same time serve as an
    • matters of school organisation, with the drawing up of the
    • there is still the ego-organisation which is bound up with the
    • human being, so that one has the three organisations —
    • etheric body, astral body, ego-organisation and must pay heed
    • ego-organisation, it follows that only someone who is
    • assessed by observing the physical organisation of the child,
    • organisation.
    • not healthy in the physical organism of the person in question.
    • has learned to know a sick organism from various points of
    • hold of the organism when it has something special to
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    • organisation, namely, the temperaments. The children come to
    • from eating potatoes, because the organisation of children
    • come from the digestive organs and rise up into the brain. This
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    • organisation, then the finer ether or life-body which contains
    • ego-organisation. These four members we have to distinguish
    • impinges on and affects the whole organisation in which man
    • understanding of the ego-organisation it is essential to master
    • out of the soul's participation in the whole organism of the
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    • a clumsy way, the movement goes up into the whole organism and
    • don't) on their attenuated little organ. Our present day
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    • an immense amount of hard work for the organisers. And we
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    • antipathy-organs, to ward things off. If we spoke only in
    • Being whose organs form the planetary system.” If you
    • organized that with rightly directed feeling he can himself
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    • and not through human abstract organization. Only imagine what
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    • organize things uniformly. In the same way the attempt was made
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    • time in the second week. The human organism conforms as closely
    • as this to a rhythm. But not only the external organism, but
    • the whole being, is rhythmically organized. For this reason,
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    • that the limbs are “fixed into” the human organism.
    • sexual organs, which are simply a continuation, in an inward
    • children that the limbs are affixed to the organism from
    • organic system of the whole being. If you then suggest to the
    • child that he has the respiratory organs in the chest and
    • through his tongue, through his taste-organ. Again, the human
    • does so, can adjust itself to light. Because the taste-organs
    • through its limb-organs than through its body.
    • that, after all, the lamb is so organized that its limbs serve
    • its body, and the horse, when it lives wild, is organized so
    • teeth, which are, of course, also organs appended to the rest
    • of the organism, that they are designed to enable the body of
    • the head is their most perfect organ. The head is indeed very
    • by nature with refined organs chiefly for the satisfaction of
    • as man, from the point of view of the inter-organization of the
    • build him up from all other organisms and activities of nature.
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    • which we feel to be organically inconsistent we can correct it
    • You may talk to the child before this about the organization of
    • a human sense-organ. If you want to do this you must already
    • to the organs of man himself, because only then does the child
    • physical impulses of nature in the human organism. The essence
    • Naturally, the further organization of physics-teaching can
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    • must carefully take into account, when we organize our school,
    • order to organize this course of lectures as an experiment the
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    • organize the lessons inwardly according to the principles of
    • badly organized in this respect, of course, are (in Germany)
    • elementary school teaching is not suitably organized. For the
    • organization.
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    • attention to all that rightly organises the breathing process into the
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    • antipathy meet. Cosmic relations of threefold organism of man.
    • organisation. While the nervous system is being formed in the body all
    • our organism, in the head, in the chest and in the lower body, there
    • notice that this division into organised systems can very easily be
    • organs are in the head, we have the sense of touch and the sense of
    • cognition in the physical organism.
    • organ for freedom because it has been pushed out by the cosmos. We do
    • included the sexual organs. Our limb system is incorporated in the
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    • to speak in general of the spiritual branch of the social organism.
    • body. Leib denotes a living body, i.e. an organism penetrated
    • in the senses. But our lower sense organism, which clearly shows its
    • all those organisations which range from the bone system to the nerve
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    • The beaver makes his dam by means of the organisation of his body. He
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    • embodied in the human organ. Today we will use this knowledge of man's
    • enter into the activity of a sense organ you discover the elements of
    • being. In certain animals you will even find organs which are given up
    • hearing, but we do not notice it, and the more the sense organ is
    • is almost completely separated from the rest of the organism. And the
    • of an organic connection with the activity of the whole organism than
    • sight has. There are numerous organs within the ear which are quite
    • true picture of what is at work in the whole organism. Therefore the
    • different organisms — not to speak of the organisation of the
    • activity of the ear, the activity of the organ of smell, etc. Then we
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    • and organism of your body. Just think of what you would have to learn
    • when we look at the nature of willing in our own organism. What we
    • how the forces brought to your organism by your food are used up in
    • rest on the body, otherwise it could not be the organ of
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    • air; this streams on to our sense organ and stimulates it. People
    • not make it comprehensible. For through the sense organ the stimulus
    • constituted that at the surface of the body and in his central organs
    • during his life between birth and death. Now what are the organs that
    • Those organs, especially in the head, that we call nerves, the nerve
    • peculiar relationship to the spirit. It is a system of organs which
    • constantly leaving the human organisation, by not being present within
    • physiology you find the following put forward; the organ that acts as
    • should be asleep. For the nerves would then act like those organs
    • of spiritual science. The physiologists say that the organs of
    • themselves off from the human organisation and thereby allowing
    • nerve organ, no independent processes are developed such as that in
    • processes which are dependent on the eye, the ear, the organs which
    • the Threefold Organism of the State, which springs entirely out of
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    • The organ of seeing is open to our sight, but nature does not make it
    • so easy for a man to see the organ which perceives the ego. But we
    • the word “to see” for the perception of colour. The organ
    • for the perception of colour is external to man; the organ for the
    • not talk about this “organ for perceiving the ego.” And this
    • organ for perceiving the ego” is a different thing from
    • organ of the ego sense. Thus this organ for the perception of the ego
    • is organised in such a way that it apprehends the ego of another in a
    • fall over. If the organ of our sense of balance is destroyed, we do
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    • him organically. But you must connect everything with man. In the
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    • mean? Muscles and blood are the organic instrument of the will, as we
    • bones are transformed vertebrae. Imagine some organs puffed out and
    • the organs of the head do not take part in the outer movements, they
    • a later age. And the organs we human beings received last of all are
    • organs, they are added later. The animal organs were formed
    • the human organs were later formed independently and united with the
    • from the animals, whereas actually the breast organs and the limb
    • organisation were only added later. By hiding from man the nature of
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    • beginning, from birth, the chest is an organism both of body and soul.
    • child in his early years, we see clearly that the chest organs, as
    • contrasted with the head organs, are much more awake and more living.
    • the vocal organs through these first words will penetrate the sleeping
    • producing organs can be said to be a continuation of the limbs,
    • organisation. Thus you are called upon to be the comrade of Nature,
    • for Nature is developing the child through his chest organisation,
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    • Relation of human organs to outer world. Head the oldest formation. It
    • organs which belong to it. We perceive the breathing, we perceive the
    • processes of nourishment. We see how, the organs are built up out of
    • science. We perceive brain and nerves, the sense organs. We have now
    • to co-ordinate these various organs of the human being and their
    • closely linked with the sense organs. This part of the human
    • organisation shows the longest earthly evolution behind it, so that it
    • head, the chest organs and the limb organs. We should answer the
    • of this animal nature, the remaining organism struggles against
    • Carbon is in the organism from the transformed foodstuffs. This carbon
    • it consists of. From this it builds up its whole organism. The plant
    • in the human organism; for instance when a man eats unripe fruit. The
    • does such a warmth process act in the human organism when this
    • organism is placed into it? Man finds an interplay of air and water in
    • the sense organs, the brain, the nerve fibres, etc. In order to
    • ought to use this decaying matter, which is in the sense organs, in
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    • perishes and decays within the living organism. Hence nerve is decayed
    • matter within the living organism: life gets jammed, as it were, gets
    • what has organic life.
    • Now, how can you picture the organic, the living element? You can
    • that you can get a kind of definition for the living-organic element
    • material-mineral element as a whole. For the living-organic element is
    • and that in him which is more animal, more of a living organism, and
    • spirit to produce the forms which shape the organism.
    • activity and by the continual decay and dying of organic matter. When
    • we are too active in spirit and soul we have decayed organic matter
    • decayed organic matter in us by the evening, This works on in us, and
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    • towards puberty in sex organs which are coarsened limb nature. Inner
    • constantly to be consuming us. Our organism slips continuously into
    • similar to that done by his body in pushing up into his organism the
    • of the limb organisation, is a coarsened limb nature. The outer world
    • world is built into the human organism through the sense organs —
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    • organiser of this conference, in particular, and to the whole
    • to social organisation and social institutions less tragic than those
    • entirely sense-organ (i.e. a child up to the seventh year). His blood
    • our sense-organs, for example the eye, depends on Blood preponderates
    • For the development of the organism of the senses in man is a
    • entirely sense-organ. Because it could not otherwise endure the dazzle
    • the dazzling sunlight, so must this sense-organ: child — for the
    • child is entirely sense-organ — shut itself off against the
    • lively in this great organ of sense, the child. Thus a child lives in
    • organisation of the head. It lies, that is, in a cavity apart, so that
    • who is all sense-organ? This we cannot do. This we can only hope to
    • sense-organ, but he is given up to a more psychical element than that
    • being sense-organ the child has become all soul. Not spirit as yet
    • environment to experience in soul. The sense organs have now become
    • illness should say to himself: What is going on in the organism are
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    • the moulding of the brain, in the shaping of the whole organism,
    • according as we form the sound with one organ or another — with
    • guiding the breath stream through the vocal organs in a particular
    • organism which are connected with the brain through the nervous
    • breath passes over our whole organ-ism. The thrust of the breath is
    • we are differently organised, we cannot copy this Yoga process, nor
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    • something for itself — so to speak — the moment the organic
    • it were, make our whole organism into an eye. We must now make our
    • whole organism transparent — not physically as in the case of the
    • Certainly I do not mean to say that our physical organism as it stands
    • physical organism is quite right as it is, it is quite normal. It has
    • our organism cannot be an “eye” in ordinary life, how it
    • organism just because it is non-transparent, and because we do not
    • normal for our organism to be non-transparent. But one can know
    • possible for the whole organism to perceive the spiritual world
    • surrounding it when we make the organism transparent in this way.
    • physical organism we can attain by taking in hand our own soul's
    • comparatively easy to come to see what the final member of organic
    • evolution is. We begin with the simplest organism and see how it has
    • final member of organic development. But we know man only as the end
    • product of organic development. We do not see into man himself. We do
    • human organism. And with this the will is immediately bound up. Every
    • the child is entirely Sense Organ, namely, entirely Head; as I have
    • already explained the child is entirely SENSE ORGAN. (Note by
    • The organ of taste is diffused throughout the organism. It tastes with
    • organism. The child at its mother's breast is wholly permeated by
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    • educational question: how can we best develop the physical organism in
    • the physical organism may seem to be a fundamental contradiction. The
    • organism, his feeling is bound up with the rhythmic system,
    • repeatedly stated — the child is entirely sense organ, entirely
    • The nerve-senses system permeates the whole organism; and all
    • impressions of the outside world affect the whole organism, work right
    • organism. In a child it is as if every little blood corpuscle were
    • arrest at the surface of our bodies, in the sense organs, — while
    • whole organism. He absorbs the paleness of the long sad face of the
    • since the spirit is still working into the child's whole organism, his
    • whole organism will be permeated in such a manner as to build up his
    • organs in accordance with the physical effects which he has taken up
    • into himself. Thus the very condition of the child's organism will
    • It is entirely given up to what its organism has absorbed from the
    • because the teeth are hard organs, is taking place throughout the
    • organism. When we are born into the world we bear within us an
    • inherited organism. In the course of the first seven years of our life
    • we model a new organism over it. The whole process is physical. But
    • the organism. We must therefore know what spiritual and psychic
    • healthy organism in the stead of the inherited organism. We must know
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    • spiritual organism of which I have already spoken. Hence, in education
    • child's organism really means. It is just as if we habituated the
    • not fit and which therefore damage his organism. Nowadays when
    • damage is done to the organism by the mere fact of introducing reading
    • organism, than what is crammed into it.
    • hair only arises in connection with an organism and cannot be
    • understood apart from the organism. Therefore: In the teaching of
    • realisation of the earth as a living organism, beginning naturally
    • first give him a vivid realisation of the earth as a living organism
    • to the child as a living thing, as an organism — beginning with a
    • quite inorganic. For actually one could almost say: It is sheer chance
    • whereas in man they are at the service of the whole organism. In
    • another animal the sense organs, or one particular sense organ, is
    • being are the chest organs, the heart organ. The cow shows a one-sided
    • conditions of the physical organs will be prone to arise, more
    • spiritually speaking — because its organism spontaneously rejects
    • = | =| = | and so on, that is, when I have an organic whole (a whole
    • numbers as belonging to the whole, and proceeding organically from the
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    • melancholy is due to an intense depositing of salt in the organism.
    • in his physical organism. For a melancholic child to raise a leg or an
    • organism.
    • etheric body prevents the processes of man's organic functions, his
    • organism functions through interplay with the outer world.
    • head into the rest of his organism. The physical organism of his head
    • head to the rest of his organism. What is learned gets stuck, as it
    • organism. An artist in educating will instinctively keep such a thing
    • circulation system of the other part of the organism wants to suck
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    • Lecture VII: The Organisation of the Waldorf School
    • THE ORGANISATION OF THE WALDORF SCHOOL
    • When we speak of organisation to-day we commonly imply that something
    • is to be organised, to be arranged. But in speaking of the
    • organisation of the Waldorf School I do not and cannot mean it in this
    • sense, for really one can only organise something which has a
    • mechanical nature. One can organise the arrangements in a factory
    • into it. The whole exists and one must accept it as an organism. It
    • organism, as an organisation.
    • A school such as the Waldorf School is an organism in this sense, as a
    • matter of course, — but it cannot be organised, as I said before
    • organism.
    • individual teacher as it is, in the human organism, to understand the
    • intimately. Thus it is the fundamental principle of the organisation
    • This arrangement to run parallel with the organisation of ordinary
    • construction, not an organisation, — but it is truly a case of
    • studying week by week the organism that is there. Then an observer of
    • under observation because the human being is an organism, so much the
    • more in such an organism as a school must one make a continuous study.
    • Thus the heart of the Waldorf School, if I speak of its organisation,
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    • The teacher must have a complete vision of the child organism; and it
    • must be a vision of the organism enabling him to judge physical
    • organism of the children and what one could observe in it, and I told
    • and the growth and development of its physical organism.
    • One should not say: the physical organism is a thing of little
    • thing as the physical organism. This physical organism has been put
    • infinitely important organ, and it is an organ which resembles a
    • sense-organ much more closely than one would imagine. For, the purpose
    • organisation differs from that of other organs. In other organs a
    • affects his organism. The liver is an extraordinarily fine barometer
    • to chlorosis, to anaemia, in the whole developing organism. The blood
    • in the girl's organism becomes poor; she becomes pale, anaemic. This
    • spiritual nature is separated out from the total organism; and this
    • organism participates in the activity which is engaging the inmost
    • have given a spiritual nurture to this human physical organism, —
    • produces activity and movement in certain organs; this same movement
    • which is inherent m the larynx and other speech organs is capable of
    • speech organs the movements are arrested and repressed. For instance,
    • Just as there are different forms of the larynx and other organs for A
    • organism. Thus the art of eurhythmy is really composed of the
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    • the human being whether a certain organic phenomenon appears at one
    • external world affect the female organism more intensely between the
    • 10th and 12th year than they do the male organ-ism. In a certain sense
    • the female organism between the 10th and 12th year partakes even
    • or the 13th and 14th, the female organism qua organism begins
    • the boy's whole organism. In the female organism, this rounding off of
    • quickened growing, there has been a preparation in the organism, which
    • of development which includes the organic changes I have alluded to
    • these deposits are only removed from the organism when a man sleeps or
    • antipathy arises; man's inner organism sets itself against abstract
    • him at most as the latest of the organisms. But a knowledge of the
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    • must be adjudged correct for the development of the human organism as
    • processes forming the human organism — in order to apply the
    • come to know the other vocal organs of man precisely through the course
    • the human organization in general. There is much too strong a tendency
    • to regard each human organ as a thing unto itself. That isn't the case,
    • however. That is not how a human organ is. Every human organ is a member
    • of the organization as a whole and, at the same time, a metamorphic
    • variation of certain other organs. Basically, every self-contained human
    • organ is a metamorphosis of other self-contained human organs.
    • Nevertheless, the case is that certain human organs and groups of organs
    • organ where one can penetrate through that one organ into the essence
    • of the human organism solely through a properly understood metamorphosis
    • to this Goetheanistic contemplation of the organs involved to which
    • of the human organism; from another place, another piece of the human
    • organization turned around. Picture to yourself the back of the human
    • then, this less clearly defined — system of organs that I have
    • of these parts of the human organism, then you have the metamorphosis
    • man is organized to use it as an additional organ of thought related more
    • call it that) lives as speech or song, then that whole system of organs
    • experiences its reflexes in the organization of the larynx. So we must
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    • distinctly from within, but is organically conditioned. It must be
    • organically caused.
    • way a proper little animal, and in whom the condition has an organic
    • to be introduced into the school it will be necessary to organize the
    • possibilities of organically determined inner movement in the middle
    • — even when the organic form is carried out inwardly — that
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    • the most inclusive sound; one would like to run after the speech organism
    • organs; if we compare once again the respective movements we will arrive
    • three organizational principles — the vowel colouring,
    • that make him greedy, which organize him according to animal nature:
    • other two parts of the human organism are connected with the head and
    • established in the organism, because it lies in the unconscious; hence
    • out throughout the whole human organism. You can study this touching
    • organism, this special organism. There these formative tendencies —
    • in opposition to the specialization of the human organization in the
    • speech organism another specialization, the specialization in the
    • will-organism. The whole human being is indeed an expression of his
    • insofar as he is metabolic and limb organism throughout. One can move
    • a certain sense limb-organism. That can be demonstrated by those people
    • the organization of the head. The whole human being is in this respect
    • itself particularly in the organic side effects of the evolution of
    • in the finer human organism. Civilized mankind suffers chronically today
    • that the accompanying organic side effects express themselves as a very
    • thoroughly organic manner into the course of therapy as a whole.
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    • always work more or less directly on the rhythmic organism. With the
    • organism is, of course, also affected, this is accomplished by way of
    • the speech organism — which takes up the movement in the course
    • metabolic activity as it works back upon the entire human organism. In
    • organism. This threefold order of the human organism sheds light in
    • the human organism one will not attain to any clarity in them. It was
    • physiology and anatomy of the organism alone — as it is at least
    • effect on the third member of the threefold organism.
    • when you have the patient speak the vowel, entone it, the organism as
    • organism. It is particularly interesting to see how the movement, which
    • also be used pedagogically as the whole human organism is a unity and
    • organism of the child.
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    • however, but in relation to the organism. In fighting shortness of breath
    • could designate that as follows: the whole organism is brought into
    • the feeling of veneration actually effects in the organism. The effect
    • on the human organism of the feeling of veneration, when it is habitual,
    • is to make the organism as such actually more durable, more sturdy.
    • within their organism. That is why everything which brings children
    • of will, hope, love, what we have shown in respect to certain organic
    • human being is gripped through them in the innermost part of his organic
    • stiff; nor for the organic functions is it good. When one has the exercises
    • to do with the organisation of the organism insofar as that is racially
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    • however, cannot contribute to his growth since the human organism is,
    • the fully-grown person the inner organism presents too great a resistance
    • to the outer organism for us to be able to make him grow. Nevertheless,
    • crash against the resistance of organism and metamorphose; that means
    • the inner organs. They stimulate the plastic force of the inner organs
    • and these inner organs learn to breathe better and to better digest.
    • They are encouraged to fulfil the necessary activity of the human organism
    • of the organization.
    • of the organs, their plastic force, and that as a result the human being
    • a person who has his whole organism more within his own discretion.
    • themselves in the figure. If, however, one sees the human organism itself
    • is how the matter is specialized. In this way in particular those organs
    • inward digestion. These organs are strengthened; in them the appeal
    • forces which have their resistance within the organization of the fully
    • organs in particular.
    • — which go out in ordinary sleep — remain within the organism.
    • consciousness is not so organized that one can dream. Dreams come into
    • organism of the head. (violet). Therefore you may notice an
    • through the organism of the head.
    • is plastically at work in the organization of the head. The plastic
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    • they are present as the forces that build up the organs plastically,
    • propelling the organs out of the spiritual-etheric world into the
    • the organs of the soul-spiritual, to the sense-organs, we find that
    • process which leads to the formation of. the organs (please refer to
    • of this you will gather that what is active in the human organism in
    • here, then we begin to understand the organs and their functions. This
    • is an indication of how to understand the organs and their functions.
    • permeation of the organism, as I said yesterday. Yesterday's lecture
    • is distinctly retarded, with no organic findings other than worms;
    • are insufficent, that the plastic forces in the organs are running
    • the inner breathing of the organs orientated from without inwards and
    • outside in the consonants. Man becomes a shining being in these organs,
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    • transforming in a certain direction what takes place in the human organism
    • it is possible for the human astral organism to stream into what is
    • of the human organism, we see that speech comes into being through an
    • the entire human organism: one strengthens one component, the will or
    • from the human organism through sensible-super-sensible vision; which
    • proceeds from the human organism with the same lawfulness as speech
    • and astral organisms which mediate this alertfulness, are directed to
    • organism. Ordinary artistic eurythmy has no other physiological
    • consequences for the human organism other than that this artistic
    • human organism.
    • in the organism. This sentence was repeated for six pages in the most
    • exceedingly intimate knowledge of the human organism.
    • which takes place in relative isolation from the human organism so that
    • as a result speech is released from the organism.) all of what is shaped
    • through curative eurythmy is thrown back into the organism, and one
    • the repetition pours into the inner processes of the human organism. By
    • in the human organism that implies a mutual activity of the metabolic-man
    • the entire functioning of the human organism is carried along with the
    • path into the middle part of the human organism, and then, however,
    • certain artistic grasp of the human organism how the upper teeth will
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    • human organisation.
    • organs of speech and song, when vocalised and given form by means of
    • otherwise carried out by the organs connected with speech and music.
    • expressive part of the whole human organism.
    • These movements are held back and become concentrated in the organs of
    • speech; and these organs of speech are in themselves an image of that
    • human organisation in just as natural a way as speech itself.
    • amplified by movements of the other parts of the organism — the
    • of Eurythmy do actually proceed out of the inner organisation of man.
    • his whole organisation — that these movements should be adapted
    • than the means whereby the human organism can find healthy outlet
    • movement will react upon a certain organ with beneficial results.
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    • organs themselves. He needs a stomach, intestines, kidneys, and a
    • liver, and he must build up these digestive organs himself. Now the
    • interesting fact is this: to build up his digestive organs he needs
    • organs. But cast an eye up at the plum and apples, at the fruits
    • organism, in which case the intestines cannot destroy the fruits. Then
    • stomach for you, nourishes all your digestive organs in your lower
    • protein particularly on the abdominal organs. The head has no special
    • Protein: abdominal organs
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    • Actually, we are saved by the organization of our body so that when we
    • this: A human being is constituted throughout his organism so that he
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    • knows in addition to the will. It is like a Fata Morgana, a misty
    • inner soul organs of man can also be awakened in order that he might
    • organization that come into being as man's “I”
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    • like a Fata Morgana within him; it is a kind of reflection called
    • an eternally changing, eternally shifting Fata Morgana for man. We
    • originates through a combination of the Fata Morgana outside us and
    • concerning the various members of the human organization but that the
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    • comprehend how the human being is organized, we must look at the
    • organization is the “I,” which is active from within.
    • is thus one of the oldest organs and the larynx one of the youngest.
    • between all other organs. The ear itself reverberates; it is like a
    • the other sense organs, like the eye, for example, alter the
    • a physical organ that stands at the highest level of development.
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    • earthly organism — does not yet contain the faculty of walking
    • of this relationship directs us to the inner organization of man,
    • we observe the human organization as it is manifested on earth, it is
    • speech and song, he expresses his whole organization of body, soul
    • whole organism is actually involved, and what takes place in the song
    • or speech organ is only the final culmination of what goes on within
    • the entire human being. The form of the human organism could be
    • sculptural form of the human organization. Not speaking symbolically
    • at all, one can say that the human organism is expressed sculpturally
    • what is this human organization? Viewed from an artistic standpoint,
    • all consonants represents the sculptural form of the human organism.
    • extent, the soul makes use of the brain, the head-nerve organism,
    • what takes place in the human head-nerve organism.
    • red dotted lines indicate the head-nerve organism. They therefore
    • we see the human organism as the harmony of the consonants,
    • soul element. Why is that? The human organism while here on earth
    • organism; loosen it, as it were, from the solid imprint, which it has
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    • air. The ear is the organ that first separates the air element from
    • only a reflecting organ; the ear does not actually bring man into
    • direct sense organ but instead as transmitter to man's inner
    • as a sense organ but only as a reflecting organ.
    • three-fold organization and find that we must say: nerve man,
    • sense being, and his ear also has significance as a sense organ, but
    • relation to his own physical organization. For the first time, man
    • within the human organism, the “I” connects itself again
    • head, where the physical body becomes the organ of the “I.”
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    • is in motion outside his physical organization. He paces the seven
    • his physical organization through the experience of the fifth.
    • organism; man experiences the interval of the third inwardly. In the
    • being into the structure of his own organization. In between lies the
    • right at the border, as it were, of the human organism. The human
    • gives you the chest, the central organ of the spirit; and the ability
    • organization.
    • of the human organization. The element of harmony contains the center
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    • appropriately developed sense organs in the physical and etheric
    • similarly developed soul-spiritual organs in his astral body and “I”
    • that would serve as super-sensible sense organs — to coin a
    • in the waking state, we turn our eyes or other sense organs in the
    • soul-spiritual organs, these experiences do not reach ordinary
    • that dwell in all things. Our organ of thinking is simply something
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    • managed all this also organised corresponding conditions here, on the
    • to organise the appropriate “mirror events.” Certain events
    • of this kind — if only a few — have actually been organised
    • organism, which must arise during the Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch.
    • There was nothing amateurish about the methods of the organisation
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    • changes have taken place so far as the external, physical organism is
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    • organs of the etheric body. When a man is able to use the organs of
    • passed completely into the physical body, there were organs which it
    • use the organs of the etheric body! They were obliged to make use of
    • the external organs of the physical body only, experiencing in the
    • to himself: ‘Men have lost the capacity to use the organs of their
    • organ of thought’. This organ of thought comprises the sum-total of
    • being of man a kind of inner organ of thought formed from Samskara,
    • in him, from within outwards, Manas and the five sense-organs, the
    • so-called ‘six organs’.
    • ‘contact’ with it. The forming of the ‘six organs’
    • use the organs of the etheric body. But a new knowledge is now
    • and with the help of what his outer sense-organs enable him to
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    • were organized in such a way that one might be called the ‘Mars
    • to them was organized in such a way that at the appropriate point of
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    • organs’ of which we have spoken, namely, the five sense-organs and
    • had not brought the eye to birth from out of the organism. Goethe
    • is a profound truth. The light formed the eye out of neutral organs once
    • organized, to begin with, out of divine-spiritual forces. Hence for every
    • creators and moulders of the organs of the human being. Zarathustra
    • showed that behind the human sense-organs stand the Creators of man;
    • order to work at the inner organization of his bodily nature. Here
    • organizing empires and institutions in keeping with the progress of
    • members of the human organism in the third week, but does not come
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    • that for the first time there existed a human organism into which the
    • within his human organism and that something spiritual must work from
    • conditions other than those pertaining to a human organism of
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    • fully understood unless the organization indicated in my book
    • their organ in the sound-ether; our thoughts underlie our words;
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    • into the physical organism. The soul still had an actual effect upon
    • against the present human organism they are constantly repelled and
    • effect penetrates into his physical organism. This is not
    • power to work right into the physical organism. Thus in future time
    • organism. This possibility was much rarer among the ancient Persians,
    • extent and to have less and less power over the external organism,
    • many people to-day the physical organism is not influenced. On the
    • certain physical organisms it may temporarily upset them, is no
    • loosened to a certain extent and whose whole organism was amenable to
    • organisms far more deeply sunk in physical matter. He Himself would
    • have had to descend into a physical organism in which the powerful
    • in India? Indeed he would not, for a physical organism in which he
    • Man's physical organism has undergone continual changes in the course
    • time when it was possible for him to use an organism enabling him to
    • lotus-flower, which will be one of the chief organs used by men in
    • future time. But when this organ has been developed a certain mastery
    • upon the whole physical organism. This had to be demonstrated as a
    • severed from the rest of the organism. So too, if he would
    • know that in respect of his physical organism he belongs to humanity
    • organism. This must be especially borne in mind when we are
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    • question might be asked: As the stream of Buddhism is organically
    • organs through which that world is perceived. Those who were to be
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    • physical life, and above all in the human organism. When these two
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    • organized in advance, which was not laid out in advance; a longing
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    • movement in Munich many homeless souls were already organized in the
    • held lectures while my wife organized the whole Anthroposophical Society,
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    • Of course programmes and similar things had to be organized to
    • he is engaged in organizing certain singular commercial undertakings
    • organized his dyeworks
    • organized and know very well what they are doing. As you know, I have
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    • Microscopes allowed the investigation of micro-organisms and the
    • are active and organized, then the right impulse is clearly absent.
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    • factual study of specific organs in man, animals and plants, or of
    • develops into a human embryo, how the various organs evolve step by
    • step and how, from the tiny peripheral organs the complex heart and
    • follow the organic growth of the plant from root to blossom and seed
    • being whose organs can only apprehend the world of the Great Illusion
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    • tooth, indicating some organic disturbance, is symbolized in a
    • something that is actually situated within our organism.
    • the organism; we become aware of it, but not immediately, as we would
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    • organ.
    • when you were conscious of the whole laryngeal organization, you
    • could dispense with your brain and sense organs, you would never be
    • to pain from which other organs are free. Let me take this point a
    • organ with delicate powers of perception; he perceives things that we
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    • physical organization of man was differently constituted. In
    • to be found in the different constitution of the physical organism,
    • approach. With the development of his physical organism man's whole
    • such change is reflected in disturbances of the digestive organs, in
    • the metabolic-limb system — in disturbances of the organs
    • of nutrients. Every such disturbance in the human organization
    • the significance of organic disease? I said yesterday that for the
    • organs, but they always remain in the subconscious. The region of the
    • neighbourhood of the digestive organs shares the same time-scale as
    • methods. The human organism has changed radically with the passage of
    • and of living organisms are c1assffied today under nature, natural
    • and inner constitution of the organs of plants, animals and man
    • within you, that all organic activity, all the changes and chances of
    • the organ of life's mysteries, Cora-Persephone will enter into
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    • we should be without eyes and ears, without sense organs. The world
    • organs; we should be blind and deaf. Our sense organs could not be
    • world. He realized that his sense organs were a gift from this
    • our sense organs to our connection with this second world, this
    • elements, the sense organs would never come into being, for they are
    • knew how man's external vehicle with its sense organs was built
    • organs and that behind this reality there must exist all that I have
    • been endowed only with sense organs, with the eye and its optic
    • must be silenced. It is an organ that interferes with higher
    • peripheral organs, such as the eye and the ear, are continuously in
    • the sense organs. Since their brain is not developed, the animals
    • the human organism is the function of the medical practitioner. And
    • beings, we recognize that organs such as the brain have been built up
    • out of the physical world. We have also built up many other organs
    • organs that are essential to physical life.
    • many organs — I have already spoken of the sense organs —
    • absorbs more than the normal quantity of mercury, his organism
    • endeavours to neutralize all those organs which have been built up
    • stimulated, as it were, to call upon only those organs that have been
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    • The etheric body or body of formative forces is a delicate organization,
    • whose whole organization is more independent.
    • organization that is imperceptible to the senses; neither can it be
    • member of the human organization is the Ego itself. We perceive the
    • astral body and the Ego should always remain without organs, without
    • spoken in my books, it is possible to awaken these spiritual organs
    • Initiate has first developed these inner astral organs, clairvoyance
    • digestive organs. There is always a spiritual element in the dream
    • the digestive organs or of the blood vessels in the head. We must
    • Ego-organization. The after-vibrations and reminiscences from
    • organs, he cannot perceive anything. Darkness surrounds him; he is
    • living in his astral body and Ego, but without organs of perception.
    • Ego-organization. Then man begins to behold the spiritual plenitude
    • he must first learn to organize effectively his inner life which is
    • in all ages men endeavoured to develop the human organization in such
    • so fashion his astral body and Ego-organization that he is able to
    • eye, but through the spiritual eye, the new organ of vision. Through
    • In this world the life periods become differentiated organs
    • at that age, we have developed other organs. The life-periods create
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    • develops the corresponding organs for perception of the spiritual.
    • who is eager to learn, and when he perceives with the organ of this
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    • see the organic life of the plant sprouting everywhere out of the
    • organisation we have something that is much lighter than its real
    • is our organ of vision for the external world. The optic nerve,
    • and sight are associated with the sense organs. In the proximate area
    • will-organisation, that is to say, the nerves that govern the
    • regions of the human organisation. These elementary beings penetrate
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    • certain extent also in his physical organism.
    • have withdrawn in some abnormal way from an organ, or from the whole
    • organism, and have been replaced by other spiritual
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    • sense-organs with the sunlight stored within us, then we would soon
    • vitality of our organism by directing the stored-up sunlight from
    • sense-organs.
    • with metabolism, peristalsis, the stomach and other organs, and makes
    • perception of the external form of a human organ — the lung,
    • the liver, or some other organ — is transformed into an
    • imaginative apprehension of this organ, when he gradually begins to
    • be able to see the human organisation in Imaginations.
    • possible therefore when we are able to study the organs of man which
    • knowledge into spiritual penetration into the human organisation. In
    • human organs which we apprehend and perceive directly through a
    • that when a human organ is apprehended spiritually in this way by a
    • perception of his organs. Because these organs are seen spiritually,
    • the complete man, but a being who consists of the single organs
    • special way in every organ, most strongly in the liver, relatively
    • spiritual structure of each organ, we penetrate into the Jupiter
    • sphere and come to recognize that every organ is in effect the
    • organs man bears within him the images of divine-spiritual
    • appearing as the sum-total, as the inner-organic, cooperative
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    • place, for example, we investigate the world of the human organs as I
    • consideration, but only the separate organs in the manner described
    • knowledge of the organs acquired in the course of Initiation we are
    • In the light of this knowledge of the organs, birth and death have
    • who dies, not his separate organs. The lungs, for example, cannot
    • died, his single organs can be animated to a certain extent.
    • organs do not die. The individual organs take their path into that
    • beneath the earth, every organ finds its way into the Cosmos through
    • animal the organs die, whereas in man they are dissolved into the
    • cremation the faster. We can follow the individual organs as they
    • the organs with Initiate-consciousness, we see what really befalls
    • the organs at death, namely, this streaming out of the organs
    • the several organs, in order to be able to recognize once more,
    • becomes evil through his individual organs; in his organs lies the
    • come to recognize the relationship of the organs to their respective
    • a knowledge of his organization reveals his relationship to the
    • organology. For it was as Cosmic Man that Christ came from the Sun.
    • and death and of the relationship of the human organism to the
    • that through knowledge of the organs the Cosmic Man returns, that
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • factual study of specific organs in man, animals and plants, or of
    • develops into a human embryo, how the various organs evolve step by
    • step and how, from the tiny peripheral organs the complex heart and
    • follow the organic growth of the plant from root to blossom and seed
    • being whose organs can only apprehend the world of the Great Illusion
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    • tooth, indicating some organic disturbance, is symbolized in a
    • something that is actually situated within our organism.
    • the organism; we become aware of it, but not immediately, as we would
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    • organ.
    • when you were conscious of the whole laryngeal organization, you
    • could dispense with your brain and sense organs, you would never be
    • to pain from which other organs are free. Let me take this point a
    • organ with delicate powers of perception; he perceives things that we
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    • physical organization of man was differently constituted. In
    • to be found in the different constitution of the physical organism,
    • approach. With the development of his physical organism man's whole
    • such change is reflected in disturbances of the digestive organs, in
    • the metabolic-limb system — in disturbances of the organs
    • of nutrients. Every such disturbance in the human organization
    • the significance of organic disease? I said yesterday that for the
    • organs, but they always remain in the subconscious. The region of the
    • neighbourhood of the digestive organs shares the same time-scale as
    • methods. The human organism has changed radically with the passage of
    • and of living organisms are c1assffied today under nature, natural
    • and inner constitution of the organs of plants, animals and man
    • within you, that all organic activity, all the changes and chances of
    • the organ of life's mysteries, Cora-Persephone will enter into
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    • we should be without eyes and ears, without sense organs. The world
    • organs; we should be blind and deaf. Our sense organs could not be
    • world. He realized that his sense organs were a gift from this
    • our sense organs to our connection with this second world, this
    • elements, the sense organs would never come into being, for they are
    • knew how man's external vehicle with its sense organs was built
    • organs and that behind this reality there must exist all that I have
    • been endowed only with sense organs, with the eye and its optic
    • must be silenced. It is an organ that interferes with higher
    • peripheral organs, such as the eye and the ear, are continuously in
    • the sense organs. Since their brain is not developed, the animals
    • the human organism is the function of the medical practitioner. And
    • beings, we recognize that organs such as the brain have been built up
    • out of the physical world. We have also built up many other organs
    • organs that are essential to physical life.
    • many organs — I have already spoken of the sense organs —
    • absorbs more than the normal quantity of mercury, his organism
    • endeavours to neutralize all those organs which have been built up
    • stimulated, as it were, to call upon only those organs that have been
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    • The etheric body or body of formative forces is a delicate organization,
    • whose whole organization is more independent.
    • organization that is imperceptible to the senses; neither can it be
    • member of the human organization is the Ego itself. We perceive the
    • astral body and the Ego should always remain without organs, without
    • spoken in my books, it is possible to awaken these spiritual organs
    • Initiate has first developed these inner astral organs, clairvoyance
    • digestive organs. There is always a spiritual element in the dream
    • the digestive organs or of the blood vessels in the head. We must
    • Ego-organization. The after-vibrations and reminiscences from
    • organs, he cannot perceive anything. Darkness surrounds him; he is
    • living in his astral body and Ego, but without organs of perception.
    • Ego-organization. Then man begins to behold the spiritual plenitude
    • he must first learn to organize effectively his inner life which is
    • in all ages men endeavoured to develop the human organization in such
    • so fashion his astral body and Ego-organization that he is able to
    • eye, but through the spiritual eye, the new organ of vision. Through
    • In this world the life periods become differentiated organs
    • at that age, we have developed other organs. The life-periods create
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    • develops the corresponding organs for perception of the spiritual.
    • who is eager to learn, and when he perceives with the organ of this
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    • see the organic life of the plant sprouting everywhere out of the
    • organisation we have something that is much lighter than its real
    • is our organ of vision for the external world. The optic nerve,
    • and sight are associated with the sense organs. In the proximate area
    • will-organisation, that is to say, the nerves that govern the
    • regions of the human organisation. These elementary beings penetrate
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    • certain extent also in his physical organism.
    • have withdrawn in some abnormal way from an organ, or from the whole
    • organism, and have been replaced by other spiritual
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    • sense-organs with the sunlight stored within us, then we would soon
    • vitality of our organism by directing the stored-up sunlight from
    • sense-organs.
    • with metabolism, peristalsis, the stomach and other organs, and makes
    • perception of the external form of a human organ — the lung,
    • the liver, or some other organ — is transformed into an
    • imaginative apprehension of this organ, when he gradually begins to
    • be able to see the human organisation in Imaginations.
    • possible therefore when we are able to study the organs of man which
    • knowledge into spiritual penetration into the human organisation. In
    • human organs which we apprehend and perceive directly through a
    • that when a human organ is apprehended spiritually in this way by a
    • perception of his organs. Because these organs are seen spiritually,
    • the complete man, but a being who consists of the single organs
    • special way in every organ, most strongly in the liver, relatively
    • spiritual structure of each organ, we penetrate into the Jupiter
    • sphere and come to recognize that every organ is in effect the
    • organs man bears within him the images of divine-spiritual
    • appearing as the sum-total, as the inner-organic, cooperative
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    • place, for example, we investigate the world of the human organs as I
    • consideration, but only the separate organs in the manner described
    • knowledge of the organs acquired in the course of Initiation we are
    • In the light of this knowledge of the organs, birth and death have
    • who dies, not his separate organs. The lungs, for example, cannot
    • died, his single organs can be animated to a certain extent.
    • organs do not die. The individual organs take their path into that
    • beneath the earth, every organ finds its way into the Cosmos through
    • animal the organs die, whereas in man they are dissolved into the
    • cremation the faster. We can follow the individual organs as they
    • the organs with Initiate-consciousness, we see what really befalls
    • the organs at death, namely, this streaming out of the organs
    • the several organs, in order to be able to recognize once more,
    • becomes evil through his individual organs; in his organs lies the
    • come to recognize the relationship of the organs to their respective
    • a knowledge of his organization reveals his relationship to the
    • organology. For it was as Cosmic Man that Christ came from the Sun.
    • and death and of the relationship of the human organism to the
    • that through knowledge of the organs the Cosmic Man returns, that
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    • organism. With regard to the whole effect on the human being
    • organisation.
    • bringing back into his own organism the results, as it were,
    • which influence our human organism of spirit, soul and body.
    • human organism and human life, provides the connection for
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    • space body or described as an organisation in space. But the
    • equilibrium. In the life of our organism we are continually
    • world, and if we organise matter according to this system,
    • organisation, which has been impressed by the etheric body on
    • the human body. When we project the specific organisation of
    • and stream within the organisation of the astral body.
    • order to do so we must realise that the organisation of man's
    • sevenfold in its nature and that it is an organism of inner
    • astral body, with its sevenfold organisation, individual
    • human organism for a man to feel inwardly — though more
    • you will find that your human organisation permits this to
    • organism more exactly we find it contains nine members, we
    • body in our whole human organisation. If you look up the
    • life-giving forces in the human organism, all that streams
    • three threefold organisations
    • understanding of the human organisation, it is impossible to
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    • he becomes symbolically what his larynx is as a single organ,
    • better we shall be as true members of that great organism
    • known to us as spiritual science, an organism which is small
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    • was due to the fact that the human being was so organised at
    • kept so sacred, because whilst man's organism was still
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    • organism is becoming involved, and as if we have to call on
    • organism — the world of soul within the series of
    • world appears to be filled with spirit, when our organs are
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    • organisms.
    • in the external world is reflected in man's organs. The basic
    • to anything organically connected with the Goetheanum, for if
    • not organically, and so on. But today I wanted to discuss the
    • For although this experiencing of a person's own sense organs
    • just a more refined development of organic life, a further
    • organs which are remote, as it were, or at least relatively
    • a thought as it were, an organ of the higher hierarchies,
    • just as our thoughts are organs of our souls. To be thought
    • organisation, causing fragments of pythian and prophetic
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    • takes place in the female organism that is connected with the
    • eggshell; he must be organized differently. He must take up the
    • processes in the mother's organism that belong to the uterus before
    • processes in the female organism, what is pushed out in the monthly
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    • with the present sense organs, one would have seemed to be inside a
    • were also no lungs as we know them now. Organs are formed entirely
    • that an organ is simply not there if it is not needed. And so lungs
    • further, we must say: They were especially organized in the parts of
    • environment was absorbed. These organs were not used for flying;
    • formed in such a way that one can even perceive what had been organic
    • organization, people no longer have the right idea. They think today
    • does not go all the way to the sense organs, the head, or the skin,
    • in the human organism.
    • with the consequence that they became almost entirely sense organs.
    • Just as we have silicic acid to thank for our sense organs, so at
    • abdomen with clumsy limbs. The birds above were finely organized,
    • were almost entirely sense organs. And indeed they were sense organs
    • perceived everything through these sense organs that were in the air,
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    • easy. Of present man, for instance, with his organism of soft
    • organs able to draw in an albuminous atmosphere like that. Today, of
    • sort of lung-organ have evolved, up nearer to the mouth? Anything can
    • head, when instead of the regularly developed organs he has all sorts
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    • organized everything on the earth in accordance with what appeared
    • their kingdom was organized so as to be an image of the heavens. It
    • system; with them everything was organized as in a family. Within a
    • human beings are conscious of their bodies only in those organs that
    • healthy organs; they knew how the stomach, how the liver felt. When
    • it; then he can examine the condition of the individual organs
    • draw all his organs. With an Indian, however, if you had asked him to
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    • nurture the digestive organs themselves. He needs a stomach,
    • digestive organs himself. Now the interesting fact is this: to build
    • up his digestive organs he needs protein for food, the protein that
    • that maintains our chest organs. But cast an eye up at the plums and
    • much — unless we have a weak organism, in which case the
    • you, nourishes all your digestive organs in your lower body.
    • veins, and protein particularly on the abdominal organs. The head has
    • Protein: abdominal organs
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    • it. It is this: A human being is constituted throughout his organism
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    • human beings of those ancient times devised and organized out of
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    • organ of smell, our nose. We can't smell a liquid as liquid, we can
    • connected with the rest of the dog's organism. Behind its nose, in
    • its brain the dog has a very interesting organ of smell. Its nose is
    • only one part. The larger part of a dog's organ of smell is situated
    • Now let us compare the dog's organ of smell with that of
    • smelling, a brain that becomes an organ of smell. In the human being
    • understand them because at the place where the dog has his organ of
    • smell, we have that organ transformed. Our organ of intelligence is a
    • transformed organ of smell. In us there is only a tiny remnant left
    • but he was a man and his organ of smell had become an organ of
    • found to be emitting all kinds of different smells if organs of smell
    • we can say that plants are the delicate organs of smell that belong
    • organ in man that looks at things: his eyes, but in man it's a weak
    • organ. Poor human being! He has everything that the beings of outer
    • reasoning brain. It is the same with his organ of taste. Most animals
    • the organs of its brain have not yet been metamorphosed into organs
    • mastery over these blunted remains of sense organs. And so a child
    • which are nerves of perception in the more delicate organs have been
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    • organ of smell. I said that this is connected with the planets, that
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    • another connection, which have more delicate noses, finer organs in
    • so coarsely organized in this respect that they are not aware of the
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    • is not completely digested by the digestive organs, but it passes
    • way that the head itself must also serve as a digestive organ for the
    • forces used up inwardly in our organism are not the ones we use in
    • become a digestive organ.
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    • there? Because his eyes are so organized that he is able to see it.
    • his organs of excretion, the urine, feces, sweat, but in other ways
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    • around us but cannot be directly known until the appropriate spiritual organs
    • the human organism is the foundation on which we have to build. Man has an
    • of the human organism can now be distinguished: the vehicle of pleasure and
    • the human organism.
    • soul-organ that we call the Consciousness Soul. For Spiritual Science, the
    • the organs whereby it is enabled to go out from itself and to connect its
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    • reverence. These are the organs whereby the Ego, and above all the higher
    • find its way into our organism. Knees which have not learnt to bend in
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    • Organisation of his inner and outer nature certain determining
    • Ego works on the organs of the soul, the Sentient Soul, Intellectual Soul and
    • member of his organism. This character extends into the soul and even into
    • this centre holds the members of the human organism together. Even in the
    • organism together as a unity, is lost, and the limbs, each going its own way,
    • point which holds together the members of his bodily organism. And if we
    • observe a gesture related to the organ which serves the Intellectual Soul as
    • we see a gesture bearing on the organ which gives the Consciousness Soul its
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    • bodily organism. Of course it is not easy to determine how far a given
    • you to leave the soul as it is and to weaken the bodily organism, the effect
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    • be an organ for elements in Nature which would otherwise remain forever
    • If we consider any sense-organ
    • all-pervading light worked on the human organism so as to fashion the
    • sense-organ which is now able to look on the light. We can discern in the
    • the human organism draws its form and substance. How painful it is for anyone
    • organism. Cut it off, and in three weeks it will quite certainly no longer be
    • developed the appropriate organs in himself, is aware of the spiritual behind
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    • instrument. Thus in the living human organism we have parts which in
    • human organism not as a separate unit, but as embraced by a real, unified
    • accomplishes. That which animates the parts of his organism and lives in them
    • of the outer world is an illusion, but that is because his organs are so
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    • speech organs. This imitated those things which were heard outwardly as sound
    • organ and connected with the other vocal and speech organs, was created from
    • sculpted, as it were, our eyes from undefined organs in the far distant past.
    • times to create in the human being the intricate organ of the larynx and all
    • stage is a further development of his speech organs, as it
    • were. The speech organs are something decisive for the
    • that the human being had internally already developed his speech organs by
    • organs, because they developed the astral body, ether body and physical body
    • had become capable of having within him an organ which corresponded to what
    • light in, our ego within us sets in motion those organs which have been
    • We set the organs in motion by the ego; we activate the
    • organs which correspond to the spirit of the air and we have to
    • wait until the spirit of the air who formed the organs sounds
    • develops activity by the use of those organs which have been created from the
    • produced the organs.
    • physical body rests on the speech organs imitating those things which are
    • environment with our organs which were formed from elements of the air. That
    • comes about initially by the speech organs simply imitating the outward
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    • on the infant organism and modifies the inherited elements. Thus the
    • between some other organs. We must look for man's essential
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    • organs and observations.
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    • outside. The external physical sense organs can observe the physical body.
    • With the thinking which is tied to these organs, the thinking which is tied
    • is drawn each morning by the structure and form of the internal organs. These
    • the soul in our current normal life has to find expression in an organ; and
    • if the organ is not formed in a suitable way then this is prevented. Those
    • sculpting within the organs, are precisely the things which are incapable of
    • life of the soul, but the organs of the physical body and the ether body are
    • disorganisation of the physical body, as the appearance of sickness, caused
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    • to perceive when the appropriate organ has unfolded within us, but we shall
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    • person who can recognise the threads running through this intricate organism
    • which at present is only content if our soul participates in the organisation
    • Similarly all the unhappy aspects of a particular organ appear when that
    • organ is particularly prominent in our physical body. When the organs of our
    • attributable to the special prominence of the one or the other organ. For
    • when all the organs of the physical body are working together normally it
    • organ gains special prominence, for then resistance is encountered, but if
    • organs to some extent on lower levels, but requires them less and less the
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    • activities because we have acquired a new organ of perception for
    • — are related to the members of his bodily organisation —
    • organisation? Are we to regard it as less perfect, compared with the ego we
    • undermine inwardly the wisdom-filled organisation of our body? Indeed, if we
    • consider without prejudice the marvel of our physical organisation, we have
    • light, no eyes would ever have developed in the human organism. The eyes are
    • Christianity had first created the organ for receiving it. Here we see
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    • its instruments were an organ for revealing the feelings that went into the
    • it. And just as man today can feel in his bodily organism the inflow and
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    • like a fata morgana, and very, very far away. And words came as
    • though spoken by this fata morgana. They sensed them to be:
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    • organism, and it makes no sense to consider the plant in
    • as an independent being outside the earth organism than it is
    • process and are carried through the organism as the blood is.
    • clairvoyantly? Because you haven't developed the organs in
    • the organs which you have, only cannot yet use. It was possible
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    • on are the helpers of the sun. They organized everything on earth in
    • was organized in such a way that it was an image of the heavens. It
    • organs that are sick. Those men of more ancient times, the Indians,
    • felt when a man's organs were sound; they knew how the stomach or the
    • organs inside. No one today knows what a liver looks like unless they
    • all his organs. In the case of an Indian, however, who had been
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    • ancient times devised and organized out of their imaginative
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    • the life of the hive is extraordinarily wisely organised no one who has
    • realm of the soul; and further, through the fact that certain organs of
    • the body are worked upon by forces of the soul, these organs become able
    • work with his soul upon the organs of his body. In the honey the bee
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    • to this the bee, by means of its bodily structure and organisation, can
    • the bee-colony — of this organism — Nature reveals
    • forces which have hitherto been organic in the hive will be
    • man's inner organisation passes through the stage of being wax. The
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    • one can say is this, — that through the sense-organs (once more,
    • produced if the eyes of the ants are varnished) that through the sense-organs
    • shining on the appearance of a self-luminous organism.
    • for, for young bees have not yet the organ of the sting as they have
    • not fully developed their whole inner organisation. This comes only
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    • working of honey on the human organism.”
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    • greatly disturbs its inner organism in the honey-producing process.
    • that are totally foreign to them; bees in their whole organic nature
    • are forced to try and adapt themselves, to make their organisation as
    • the bee does, for its organisation is not adapted to this. But when, by
    • when its whole organism is active in the right way. It must therefore
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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
    • organism, for it must have the same force of circulation that man has
    • 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
    • strengthening of the ego-organisation, but in applying them it is
    • organ with extraordinary powers of resistance, it can hardly be seriously
    • his meals, then the ego-organisation is over-stimulated, and the
    • does not depend only on the organisation, but on what has been
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    • organ, an eye, or to do with the heart or with the digestion, were
    • upon any vital organ, but by eating only those organs which can be
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    • body, in all its organs, especially in the spleen, formic acid must
    • things into a man's body, but that one knows what the organism can
    • acid into the organism, it says; — “This is not for me; I
    • let us say some human or animal tissue, some animal abdominal organ