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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • mortal. Check the thought that passed through your head a moment ago
    • panorama of universe and humanity, which he has let pass through his
    • soul hundreds and hundreds of times, must pass through his soul anew
    • to himself and cannot suppress the desire to pass it on, his soul will
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • every woman who looks dispassionately at a man sees him as a big
    • view of the relation between intellect, feelings and passion in men
    • the intellect belongs primarily to Woman, and feelings and passion to
    • the views which ascribe to woman all the passive, the weak qualities,
    • one will see how far the latter surpasses the former. Thus it is a
    • no more right to judge than a blind person has the right to pass
    • have what we call urges, desires, passions. A plant has no inner
    • begins, where pleasure, pain, urges, desires and passions begin, one
    • the bearer of desires and passions, we must say: the astral body of
    • to himself of certain passions and desires, ‘you cannot pursue
    • passions — such as Francis of Assisi — and who has
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • such wise that he remains a passive spectator becomes a heavy
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • ideation passes over into a state of sleep. The will, however, awakes,
    • the heart of man. In the course of Earth evolution this blood passes
    • is supremely important. If what has thus come to pass through Christ
    • If this comes to pass, individuals will be able to receive and
    • pass in the natural course of development. That it will come to pass
    • Through what came to pass during those three years men have been made
    • Then will come the epoch when the Earth passes into conditions of
    • vision of the Christ, whether or not they have already passed through
    • the Christ have already passed through the gate of death when this
    • with, as pure Warmth, then it will become Light and then pass over
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • that pass like an epidemic from person to person and thus those who are
    • anyone with a healthy soul will be moved to compassion for clerical
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • embryonic life, passes through stages of development that resemble
    • that humanity has passed through many stages in its development, and
    • that as it has passed from one epoch to another, from one century to
    • the same as ours are today. Human development passes through various
    • stronger and more powerful. It is the part in us that passes through
    • that part in us that passes over into the spiritual world. At an
    • soul-spiritual seed that passes through death.
    • Human development on earth has already passed the middle part of life.
    • education strongly confirms the fact that humanity has now passed
    • itself and thereby acquire forces of knowledge surpassing those of
    • strength and intensity far surpassing that required to receive merely
    • society only if they had first passed through a spiritual development
    • himself of the cares and troubles, the passions and instincts of his
    • When the ancient Persian surpassed his ordinary state of
    • Christ passed while living in the body of Jesus brought about the
    • impulse. One who has passed through a certain soul development and
    • being can say, “The love that passes over into other souls and into
    • Jesus by regarding history with a spiritual vision that encompasses
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • be impaired by our teachings concerning Jesus Christ that encompass such a
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • life of the latter the Ego of Zarathustra passed over into him from
    • indeed have come to pass that man would have found not only sounds,
    • from former incarnations, but also how to pass over into our future
    • man who exists between birth and death but for that man who passes
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • animating every unselfish inclination within us, arousing it from passive
    • themselves instead of letting it pass through, we should feel a sort of
    • Mankind has preserved some memory of how human passion and human
    • So the Sun Spirit became the guardian of the wild, stormy passions when
    • bring the passions into disorder through Lucifer and Ahriman. But
    • Apollo shone upon the Pythia, conquered the unruly passions and she
    • were discerned in the attuning of men's passions under the power of the
    • passage from heaven to earthly activities, unite with the understanding of
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • of hallucinations and visions that a person remains passive; he
    • doesn't need to exert himself. However, as soon as we become passive
    • spiritual realm. When I pass through the gates of death, my body will
    • my being, which can live outside my body, will pass through the gates
    • develops in the soul-spiritual element that passes through the gates
    • heights united with earthly humanity. Since the time He passed through death
    • spiritual science feels to encompass what is most holy to it is simply
    • passes from life to life, is embedded. Spiritual science is in
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • in 1915 was disregarded and the challenge passed by. After World War I
    • very motion of raising his hand, is expressing his infinite compassion
    • has infinite compassion for this being, which is Ahriman. Ahriman
    • cannot bear this compassion and he writhes with pain from what the
    • are particularly suited by their karmas, pass into an extraordinary
    • in compassion. Lucifer is not supposed to be toppled by the power of
    • Frenchman has passed through the gate of death he loses his ether
    • recognize his peculiar trait; his soul, upon passing through the gate
    • passes through stages similar to those experienced by Christ, at least
    • as the appearance of the etheric Christ on earth. It will come to pass that
    • provided one judges dispassionately. Chamberlain, in his War Essays
    • passes through the gate of death loses his ether body after a short
    • has passed into the spiritual world with all of its unexpended powers,
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • antiquated superstition, able to pass muster only among those who have
    • his whole form must pass into the spiritual world. He thinks
    • and that only the spiritual passes into the super-sensible world,
    • encompass the sixth epoch of culture that civilized human beings will
    • factor of blood is not meant to encompass great communities of human
    • issued in thirteen languages because Austria encompasses thirteen
    • semblance, that the soul in very truth lives on when it has passed
    • realization that death is the passage from one form of life to
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • in connection with the ancient continent of Atlantis are allowed to pass
    • and of man. And He who has passed for their sake through the Mystery of
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Just consider the education and schooling of today, how after passing
    • floats on water, pass a tiny strip of cardboard through the equatorial plane
    • the universe outside, who has passed a gigantic pin through the nebula and is
    • which eventually becomes the earth, and as a densifying globe it passes
    • colored blossoms and finally fruit. Then we see them wither and pass away
    • retains a memory picture of the conditions passed through by the particular
    • he knows that the earth man passes through repeated earth lives, between
    • mere intellect confines it, it expands only the compass of a form of
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • wishing to pass criticism on the present time in one way or another.
    • passing through the present time asleep.
    • pass through the Spiritual Soul if he wishes to absorb in his own way
    • pass the so-called Guardian of the Threshold and learn truly to know
    • although he has passed through rather more than a fifth of the age of
    • artistic life which must pass into the evolution of humanity in future
    • Behold, the human being passes by us, and we shall not imagine that we
    • can understand him unless this that passes by us awakens in us the
    • differently. In the two thousand years which still have to pass until
    • The evolution of language has already passed its zenith. Language has
    • represent merely a wave of deepest untruthfulness now passing over the
    • Grimm, everything — even passages with which one cannot agree —
    • not pass by till men have come to this: they will no longer listen to
    • a fairly long time will pass before it gets better, for many people
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • Post-Atlantean Epoch. Four periods of it have passed by, while we are
    • no idea about the manner in which they pass one another by without in
    • have been of use to us). We should try to allow these pictures to pass
    • degrees, completely losing. They pass one another by without arousing
    • the world, but must carefully watch what is coming to pass. What, for
    • passing on to the people of the Asiatic countries — one finds an
    • national inheritance, seek to prevent the coming-to-pass in their
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • there crept over thinking the lazy passivity that is characteristic of
    • passes over from the breath into the movement of the heart and the
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • the subsensible passes over into the super-sensible. Here a kind of balance
    • teacher's warmth of enthusiasm gets passed on to him, and the child takes
    • understands — for that will disappear with the passing years, and neither
    • passes between them. This is the root of the social problem. Most people
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • elements pass into and out of the human being, but these are not in
    • penetrates into our air organism, and it underlies what there passes
    • body and feeling, goes out of the body and passes into a world with
    • being and constitution. Passing from the solid body to the fluid body
    • soul. Passing from the clear day-consciousness to the
    • its solid state up to its warmth-state, we pass out of the bodily
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • strongly when we pass into the consciousness of dreamless sleep. Thus
    • bring life with us when we pass out into the cosmos through the
    • man's constitution. To understand it we must pass from the solid
    • times when it was no longer known how the physical passes over by
    • stages into what is of the soul, how what is of the soul passes over
  • 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,
    • the other side, we try to ensure that what passes over into our deeds
    • the spiritual world. When he passes out of the spiritual world,
    • only. The truth is that matter is continually passing away in that it
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • sun. After having passed through death he is, in various places and
    • imagine that our being of the sun, the Christ, who has passed through the
    • worthiest feelings to pass through our souls. Such a festival celebration
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • soul-constitution of man has changed with the passage of time; how
    • passes through the gates of death and becomes the content of life
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • world. Let me read you a passage translated from his writings.
    • Threshold and pass the Guardian correspond exactly to inner
    • otherwise make him giddy; he passes the Guardian of the Threshold and,
    • boundaries of knowledge, boundaries man cannot pass without taking his
    • This means that in order to form a judgment we do not merely pass in
    • In deep sleep we have in a sense lost our own being; we pass through
    • might pass him, we in our day must desire earnestly to pass the
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • passing on this ancient tradition of the threefold Mystery of the Sun.
    • men to pass through the stage of believing that a globe of gas is
    • the ancient wisdom still survives but is passing into darkness. And in
    • again feel true compassion for one like Julian the Apostate who felt
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • it encompasses not only what is historical but also in part the
    • letter of the alphabet but in Latin it is just ‘A’. In passing from
    • we pass into concrete cosmic speech if we say: Man consists of the
    • Passing from grammar to rhetoric entailed the application of what
    • If, however, I presuppose that everything is a unit and now pass to
    • understand how, in passing from the Greek to the Latin culture,
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • Then when man passes through the gate of death, this ethereal-astral
    • as the passage through the world of souls and then through spirit land.
    • into a new cosmic existence, having passed through the gate of death.
    • brought with him, there Lives the ego, which, having passed through
    • organs of the lung, and with the blood vessels that pass from the lung
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • by beautiful semblance, and hence lasts only until the moment we pass
    • then pass to reality in moral acts, it begins to be a quickening,
    • passes through the gate of death. To experience goodness is, indeed,
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • should realize how, in his passions, emotions, feelings and sensibilities, he
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • organization without first passing through the astral body and
    • the ego but passing through the astral, etheric, and physical and
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • himself, substances which are not merely passive, but which are actually
    • encompasses respiration, blood circulation, the rhythmic activities of the
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • I shall have passed through the Gate of Death.
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • into all our hearts, I did not want to let pass without speaking to you at
    • We know that man passes through the Moon sphere and through the spheres
    • passes through the gate of death, and how he enters the realm of the starry
    • connection in which it is able to stand when it passes through the Beings of
    • picture passes over into the next, as though it had been painted by a
    • on the way of death. He wants to pass over already now into the super-sensible,
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • gathered of the intercourse of the Christ who had passed through
    • gave him the sure knowledge that Christ had passed through death and
    • anthroposophical spiritual science, that which surpasses the scanty
    • one, could be attained especially by those men who had passed through
    • instructed in the way indicated by me and passed on this instruction
    • rule. A god had to pass through death and he had to overcome
    • through the wisdom of death. If a god had not passed through death,
    • all had to pass through death. The original divine wisdom streams
    • teachings only after having passed through an experience, here on
    • worlds. No being of the divine worlds had passed through death
    • — Christ is the first-born who passed through death from the
    • humanity must live more forcefully if it wants to pass through death
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • upon a notebook discovered in a London library with single passages in
    • it which are supposed to correspond with certain passages in
    • flight of his fantasy, his sudden changes in the action, his passion
    • which has never been surpassed throughout the centuries.
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • passages in it which are supposed to correspond with certain
    • passages in Shakespeare's plays. But Shakespeare's own works bear
    • his passion and daring, all bear witness to a life full of
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • Several passages in the German are very obscure.
    • Several passages in the German are very obscure.
    • beings who have passed through all stages since the middle of the
    • the Form and it passes over into the seed out of which a new form will
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • space beyond the three-dimensional compass; that they reckon in terms
    • has passed through this experience must go through one still higher.
    • is not an immediately sensible one. Only when we pass over from what
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • Other souls pass him by; they do not come within his ken. He becomes
    • already passed through many Earth lives. In every Earth life a whole
    • which passes through births and deaths — this knowledge, remote
    • of lower passions. It is not the dead who arouse these passions but
    • for we immediately pass on into other conditions. If we develop
    • immediately fall asleep, losing consciousness of what has passed
    • really passed away but is still there. In physical life men have this
    • passed away the next so far as physical consciousness is concerned;
    • spiritually conceived, it has not passed away. You can look back at it
    • Suppose a man has passed through the Gate of Death and you want your
    • having prepared it, say, at noon, it passes over to the dead when you
    • sleep it passes over to him. Ordinary consciousness as a rule will
    • what has thus passed over often remains present in dreams. In the case
    • near, the moment of waking passes quickly by, and we are seldom
    • Now there is a great difference according to whether a soul passes
    • passed away, I have often said that it is not the task of
    • really a kind of compassion — no matter whether such children
    • fraught with compassion in regard to little children. The child
    • directed to all those who have passed through the Gate of Death. In
    • men think: When a human being has passed through the Gate of Death,
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  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • this same area of the brain in small children who have passed away,
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • pass over into a planetary condition in human life, becoming mobile
    • conjoined sense-activities occur when the realms of the senses pass
    • realm of the senses passes over into the realm of life. All this must
    • occurrences in human life by which feelings of fear and compassion
    • accompany fear and compassion. Through tragedy these processes are
    • sniff round things and encompass them with dialectics, but never
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • passion as a poet, but he was also a keen thinker. Goethe was not in
    • the same way a keen abstract thinker and he had less poetic passion,
    • passages. But the underlinings became fewer well before the middle,
    • passed through.
    • rest pass away unused, and so it goes on. On the other hand, I look
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • enter into our destiny only after they have passed through whatever
    • ‘After Christ had passed through the Mystery of Golgotha, He
    • within us, enabling humanity to pass over into future stages of
    • evolution, when the Earth dies away, even as we pass on to further
    • We pass as individual human beings through the gate of death into the
    • many quotations from the alchemists. In particular he cites a passage
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • passed away again with the setting Sun. Men have now quite lost the
    • to them at sunrise and passed away from them at sunset. They felt that
    • really come to pass in the life of humanity through the ages. A great
    • bloodstream which passed upwards from the heart in the direction of
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • the human ear. Passing inward through the auditory canal you come to
    • spiritual science. Passing now from within outward, that which adjoins
    • appears as a transformed knee-cap. Finally, that which passes from the
    • — are all transformed after you pass through the gate of Death
    • passes through the gate of Death. Then, when he has laid aside his
    • the spiritual World through which we passed in the pre-earthly life.
    • the Cosmic Logos, when we turn toward the Earth and pass through
    • passed through the gate of death. The middle man, to whom the
    • yourself; and through the so-called Eustachian tube, which passes from
    • yourself thus passively to the world. Spiritual science cannot be
    • When you pass through the gate of death the whole of time is within
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • possible after 18 to pass over to what is more or less in doubt. But
    • own personality. In such matters, imponderables really pass over from
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • whole course of lectures to a close before we pass on to a different
    • done, what you have achieved, passes into the very atoms and does not
    • you breathe nature into yourselves. The act of sight does not pass away
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • walking along a road and comes to a mountain. He passes into a
    • drama through which the soul passes; how there was first an
    • place of an impulse — how this passed over into feelings
    • someone is penetrating into the body and passing through the
    • world of reality, a world which is passed through between
    • spiritual world and there lose consciousness. They pass out of
    • passage through the etheric body, there arise the pictures of
    • originated in such and such a way; it has passed through a
    • beings pass in light sleep, though they know nothing of it. The
    • passes over from the light into the plant when it is developing
    • into ordinary consciousness. You pass over into a deeper sleep
    • time we pass through dreamless sleep, we live in this same
    • body. But when we pass over into the third condition of sleep
    • live in this world every night when we pass into the third
    • Middle Ages? It passed into the interior of the crystal, thence
    • within the nature of man to pass through death, thereafter to
    • have passed into it. When we speak of Christ we are speaking of
    • human being who must pass from birth to death, and from death
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • pass during this time.
    • as the passage of man through the Soul-World. And then man has
    • Kyriotetes, Dynamis, and Exusiai passes over into a still higher
    • and pass through in full reality the individual Spirits in their own
    • achieve the passage from the beholding of the spiritual realities in
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • According to the Gnosis, therefore, humanity passed
    • the region of pure Spirit while man was passing through his evolution
    • material world — passed from the spiritual into the physical
    • highly advanced personalities (who themselves had passed through
    • legends, many pictures and narratives tell of the experiences passed
    • was to show that something of great importance came to pass while the
    • of all that Jesus of Nazareth passed through — and the most
    • his innermost nature he bears the true Ego which passes from
    • when man has passed through Initiation. It was revealed to Judaism,
    • Abraham and recognise the Godhead passing on through the
    • an eternity more fundamental than the Divinity passing down through
    • he must first pass through a development of his inner life if he is
    • through which he had to pass in order that progress might take place.
    • experience, the inner rebirth of the soul, comes to pass through the
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • in the depths of the heart but do not pass over into deed. And then he
    • is aware of desires and passions which rise up and die down again
    • passages in Shakespeare's plays which gave him the impression: There
    • human heart which acts as a mediator, something that cannot pass over
    • Nifelheim and had passed into a different world, but they also knew
    • cup passed to Joseph of Arimathea who brought it to the West. After
    • body of passions. Thereby he has risen higher on the path to
    • becomes “a knower through compassion.” And the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • evolution, had passed into an earthly body and linked Himself with the
    • Philosophy, and the passage where he speaks of the place assigned by
    • pretty pass!
    • living, that it could not be passed on by writing but only from man to
    • passed on to those whose faculties of knowledge had reached the stage
    • given by Ammonius Saccas and Iamblichus must not be allowed to pass on
    • came insistently to his ears the words of a writing which passed into
    • There is no telling what would have come to pass in Europe if the
    • absolutely objective standpoint, for what comes to pass in history is
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • spheres. We are just passing through a time in which humanity is
    • passes through this crossing of the threshold in such a way that the
    • soul also tends to sleep. In a sleeping state we pass through the most
    • spiritual world which is more encompassing than the one which
    • When we pass through birth, we bring along with us into our physical-sensory
    • we carry along with us into the spiritual world when we pass through
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • that we should orient ourselves with the aid of encompassing
    • incorporated with it. When the physical body passed on from the
    • If we now pass on
    • when the human being lays aside the physical body and passes through
    • we pass through the world as thinking human beings, the Angeloi,
    • and those who cannot read (an encompassing view of things is needed
    • cooperates with our Ego that is passing through its time between
    • which such things rise out of human life and pass through a soul such
    • his epilepsy; but, in spite of this, many things passed through his
    • entirely diseased soul, things which could pass through it, because
    • different feelings than those of a soul that has never passed through
    • those who lead the usual kind of life. The human beings pass through
    • all-encompassing knowledge, one that can really be proved in every
    • completely; human beings must make up their mind not to pass through
    • themselves: Many men have passed through the sacrifice of death and
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • judgment which future times will pass upon us. In the present cycle
    • Passing now to the
    • life of the universe. The seeds of whatever comes to pass in the
    • far less importance — we know that he must have passed within a
    • ‘Place of Skulls,’ passed through death. This is the
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • civilization triumphs. The ancient civilization passes over to
    • still able to absorb the sublime spirituality that surpassed the
    • passions. This takes place in forms adapted to the different peoples
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • with the living flesh and blood. We say, he is alive. Then he passes
    • He who passes to-day through the Portals of Initiation
    • passed through the gate of death and were now dwelling in those
    • We die in Christ, when we pass through the gate of Death. Our
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • passage through Death. You have often heard me speak of this.
    • Christ passes through the Mystery of Golgotha — passes, that
    • passes through Death. The event of Golgotha is accordingly more than
    • worlds of the Gods themselves. Christ's passing through death
    • of man's “becoming” and the passage of Christ
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • occurred after the passage of an earlier phase of the evolutionary
    • to their study of a mystery of this character have long since passed
    • this too has passed away. There is no longer any direct experience of
    • died away. The time had come for man to pass into an entirely
    • passively, not by dint of their own inner activity. The urge to inner
    • metamorphosis through which they have passed since then. These beings
    • astral world into the earthly world emanate from the passionate
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • away from us when we pass through the gate of death. Hence we may
    • are Christians. For such a passage as this one by St. Paul, though it
    • arranged in a certain way; and when we pass through the gate of
    • human beings who have just passed physically through the gate of
    • the human being himself, who has passed through the gate of death.
    • us. These are due to those who were connected with us and have passed
    • period after their passage through the gate of death, are able to
    • the dead. In truth, those who have passed through the gate of death
    • from those who have passed before us through the gate of death.
    • penetrate the veil. He who has passed through the gate of death is of
    • passed through the gate of death, that he acquires this tolerance. He
    • have passed through the gate of death, and our own souls.
    • have passed through the gate of death are living as real beings. They
    • after passing through the gate of death, are in direct connection
    • easier for those who had passed through the gate of death to work in
    • refer, which can only work when man has passed through a whole
    • has passed through a spirit-year, that is to say, 30 earthly years.
    • I will describe it somewhat crudely: suppose a man had passed through
    • souls who have passed through the gate of death work down into the
    • reality, the moment they pass through the gate of death they have a
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    • only between birth and death, but which passes through birth and
    • turned the eye of the soul to that element in the soul which passes
    • is it in man that passes through the gate of death and that enters
    • of the World and passes judgment when man has gone through the gate
    • unsentimental way of regarding the Gods) to pass over to objective
    • fundamental concepts in order to pass over in the right way to our
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    • him when he has passed through the portal of death. The figures of
    • fact, expressed in the myths. Thinking gradually passed over to
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    • brought all this to pass. But there came a day when in its true, its
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    • passed by, the first post-Atlantean culture-epoch arose. This
    • body. On the one hand man's forces pass away from the earth into the
    • 15th century when the Aries-culture passes over to the Pisces (the
    • purely of passages from Goethe in which he speaks of the Fraunhofer
    • lines! But the learned gentry talk, pass judgment on the range of
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    • contain in themselves all that a man can compass.
    • is passing over.
    • subject, that is to say, who had so passed their student years and
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    • head of man can encompass with its wisdom.
    • to be passed through under certain circumstances very rapidly.
    • passes through world space — the science of the Middle Ages saw
    • Science knows and official astronomy does not yet know, should pass
    • I will read you a passage from the last lecture by Friedrich Schlegel
    • such spirits as Friedrich Schlegel, will certainly come to pass,
    • Among the fine passages
    • every kind of political idolatry.’ That is a fine passage of
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    • that the head is not merely given us quite passively but that we make
    • outwards, we pass out again in death.
    • have passed through the gate of death, even up to our next
    • forces that stream out from the earth passes through cosmic space
    • individuals, when it passes over into our civilization, when our
    • principle of patience if life of the head is to pass over into life
    • not enough to have logic. One can be wonderfully logical, pass
    • in what I say now I am passing no judgment on the value or lack of
    • and then that would pass over into the common consciousness of
    • seen has been thoroughly passed through a sieve; it is there, but
    • thoroughly passed through a sieve. And if one learns to know it, not
    • mathematically, is there; it is only passed completely through a
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    • which has then passed through the whole cosmos, only to emerge once
    • consider life as it passes through repeated incarnations. Our modern
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • significance comes to pass with the learning to walk, namely
    • human being passes over from the waking to the sleeping state. During
    • karma or destiny is shaped. A verdict is passed: ‘I am
    • When the time comes for the Earth to pass over to the Jupiter
    • passes out, during sleep, together with the soul and spirit. Astral
    • ether-body. Astral body and Ego pass out into a cosmic world during
    • days the whole panorama has passed away — into the Cosmos. We
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    • would never have been able to write the passage where Faust turns
    • Earth can I understand Man. — And many other passages can be
    • was opposed to it, and after his Italian journey he let it pass,
    • of the word — although it was inaudible — passed through
    • impossible because he did not pass on to abstract thoughts as we have
    • remained which our word ‘compassion’ (Mitleid) can
    • about it. This compassion, this love for and in all beings — in
    • saying that the oriental word for ‘compassion’ signifies
    • process of coming-into-being and passing away, but as an actual
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    • material world of sense and that at a certain point an impassable
    • tableau arises, encompassing the whole of life since birth. This,
    • through birth and whither he returns on passing through the Gate of
    • passed into you, as it were, from the external world, has become part
    • in whatever has come to pass in the universe with which his being is
    • of that force whereby the soul passes from the spiritual worlds
    • Man’s eternal core of being passes through repeated earthly
    • person who has passed with alert consciousness through the
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • developed to a height which has not been surpassed during the three
    • significant training through which the human beings had to pass, so
    • the spirit and with spiritual life, and then to pass sentence
    • encompassing world-conception and of rejecting everything connected
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    • this, I do not in any way pass judgment or appraise, for we may allow
    • this influences the instincts and the passions. There it produces the
    • undermined by unsocial instincts and passions.
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    • that cause death to pass over the earth very, very frequently, in a
    • human being passes through the portal of death, he must leave his
    • physical body to the elements of the earth. When he passes through
    • between death and a new birth; he passes through the after-death
    • an etheric body abandons a human being who has passed through the
    • until he reaches an advanced age. But when a human being passes
    • bodies of those who have passed through the portal of death in their
    • with the path trodden by man's etheric body, while he is passing
    • etheric existence, when the human being passes through the portal of
    • childhood stage, when we pass through the portal of death. We might
    • had passed by just when the van had collapsed, so that it fell on top
    • that wished to pass through the portal of death, gave orders that
    • But when an etheric body belonging to a youthful body passes through
    • threshold of death on the bloodstained battlefields, pass through
    • this portal of death in a different way than those who pass through
    • certain way, they pass through the portal of death so that they
    • fateful times passed through the portal of death in their youth; we
    • aspect, if they had not passed through a human etheric body. We may
    • when they have passed through a human being who died young, and in
    • fact that they passed through that human being. All the forces that
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    • and which proves to us that we have passed from those olden times
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • words and then to pass on to what I believe I must tell you, for it
    • their development, the Greeks had to pass through what one might call
    • his own self. The human soul of the European peoples indeed passed
    • epoch, in which most of us in some way passed through one or more
    • the earlier epochs of human evolution. We had to pass through
    • we have just passed through the age of the great egoism.
    • the food, that became he himself, as it passed through his mouth, his
    • fourth post-Atlantean epoch, in which the human beings passed through
    • passing through such a tragic destiny, was able — among other
    • passes through experiences that are also lived through by the souls
    • incarnated pass through many experiences. While we are asleep,
    • we pass with them through the fifth post-Atlantean age and through
    • Spiritually, we pass
    • the moment of falling asleep, but we pass through them in a sleeping
    • waking up, we pass through events that are connected with the descent
    • body. You see, here we have significant forces that pass over into
    • body; he passed through the experience of death, an experience
    • passing over into the development of the earth. Yet at the same time
    • of this Being highly surpass what can be experienced through the
    • pass through death. Beings that belong to the hierarchy of the
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    • here between birth and death, man passes again and again through the
    • pass into the very light itself. Objects can be seen with the help of
    • pass academic tests with flying colours — then his reasoning
    • perceived in complete passivity, and is indeed perceived only because
    • pass out of the passive experience into activity in the fullest
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    • And let us remember those who have already passed through the portal of
    • passed through the Mystery of Golgotha for the welfare of the earth
    • in human life, it reminds us of man's passage through the portal of
    • pass through births and deaths and take on a special form of
    • existence after their passage through the portal of death. In
    • life), it becomes a deep and serious event within the whole compass
    • left us in order to pass through the portal of death, chiefly as a
    • passed through the stages of Saturn, the Sun and the Moon
    • being passes through the portal of death, it becomes all the more
    • important. The time through which the human being now passes, the
    • way all that we encounter after our passage through the portal of
    • pass through the portal of death, we lay aside our physical body, as
    • passed through the portal of death. But this is not the case, in this
    • to, after we have passed through the portal of death? As stated, we
    • the other part, when we have passed through the portal of death? The
    • cannot pass through the real experience of our own birth.
    • This physical essence prepares the place through which we must pass
    • But when we pass through the portal of death, when our experiences
    • vitality which they possessed when we passed through them, during our
    • leave to us only until we pass through the portal of death. After our
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    • and then passed over, as it were, into a “pralaya”, in
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • life and passes it on to its offspring, that life cannot be
  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • remembrance of many things, of objects and experiences that we have passed
    • through? How does it come to pass that we have memory?
    • physical body is not there, that is when the body has passed through the
    • it, throws off and allows to pass before it. During the first few days after
    • death man sees everything pass before him; for the etheric has the tendency
    • man's whole life passes before him, set in motion by the vibrations of the
    • all the etheric movements reflect, as in a panorama, the life just passed on
    • that serve Ahriman are always present, they bring it to pass that when man is
    • passed through the Mystery of Golgotha, during that time when He still
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • Plants cannot be educated, but human beings can. We can pass
    • bearer of all the instincts, desires, passions, feelings, sensations
    • human being has to pass through during his Kamaloca period. Not until
    • Devachan. When man has passed through Kamaloca he begins the
    • like a memory. However, when he has passed through the waters of
    • of bliss in Devachan when the human being has passed through the
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    • passed through a long evolution, and how the whole of outside nature
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    • passions and instincts aroused in the physical world. We must look
    • might call passionate love; that is, sensual love that mingled with
    • divine-spiritual environment it now came more from the passions and
    • that is connected with the particular kind of passions and feelings
    • human beings had been separated into two sexes they passed on to
    • side of the divine-spiritual world, is passed on to their offspring
    • passes worse qualities on to his descendants than another person who
    • passion the ingredients of the two sexes combine in the human being
    • their impulses, passions and desires — combines with this
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    • the day ego described a circle, passing through the greater part of
    • describes part of a circle and then sinks down, passing through more
    • irregularities are passed on through the etheric body to the physical
    • then passed on to the physical body. This also becomes defective.
    • becomes defective first and then it passes through the etheric body
    • will, however, to pass from external phenomena to the causes behind
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    • know that on passing through the portal of death man first of all has
    • until he encompasses all things. We have mentioned the picture of his
    • know that when man has just passed through the portal of death he
    • astral body he still has. He still has the bearer of passions,
    • newcomers to anthroposophy to understand at first. Man passes through
    • his fortieth year, he will pass through all the experiences he has
    • life offered us to pass us by, so that other faculties have remained
    • qualities that can be passed down through the generations. This
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • other ancestors, and which can be passed on to our descendants, and
    • man's being which passes from life to life, from incarnation to
    • a man's being, that passes from incarnation to incarnation, is
    • animals we cannot say that an individual soul passes from incarnation
    • Devachan, pass into a new incarnation. In this new incarnation it
    • pain and joy inwardly and these would have to pass him by
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    • beginnings of our earth evolution, after it has passed through the
    • died out, having to succumb to passions, and the best souls of the
    • completely passive Negro soul entirely given up to the outer world of
    • physical existence, to the other levels of passive souls in every
    • passive, self-effacing natures in whom just this passivity expresses
    • passivity and self-effacement. The Afro-Asiatic peoples do not
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 9: Evolution, Involution and Creation out of Nothingness
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    • passes through several births. The human being is born into the
    • this covering passes into the brain and subsequently lives within it,
    • been working from outside passes into the brain, it develops under
    • itself as a sum of impulses, instincts and passions. And this
    • physical bodies, that passes from one incarnation to another. If this
    • acquired new impetus by the time man passes through the portal of
    • involved. When it comes forth it passes over to evolution, and then
    • in evolution. But when man is seen clairvoyantly passing through the
    • spiritual. Then man passes through Devachan, where he is in
    • human development. Because the plant always passes through involution
    • passed through earlier incarnations and has developed what has been
    • Saturn, Sun and Moon had passed away, Christ came to Earth as the
    • stripped off would hinder progress, and it is passed on so that
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    • Initiation, Eternity and the Passing Moment.
    • is therefore essential to regard whatever comes to pass as something
    • When a human being has passed through the Gate of Death
    • spiritual being of someone who passed through the gate of death
    • passage. Homer, by the way, was called by the Greeks the ‘blind’
    • passes for art today will in the future no longer do so. A number of
    • thought and then pass out of the body, the thought is there and we
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    • be experienced by the soul after death when passing through the
    • about the reason why the child gradually passes from the stage when
    • even though we do not always manage to do it. Before we pass through
    • passed through the gate of death becomes in the real sense a Mercury
    • sphere into which he then passes. If the lives of various human
    • difference is evident according to whether an individual passes into
    • spheres; then our being expands and we pass on from the Venus sphere
    • understanding of every human soul. Humanity was obliged to pass
    • magnificently in the Old Testament in the passage describing the
    • Those who understand this passage know that Abraham, who was destined
    • The passage which tells of the meeting of Abraham with Melchizedek
    • just quoted. What passed over from the Mystery of Golgotha into
    • gradually acquire. But the reality itself has come to pass;
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    • those hidden wishes, desires and passions which are present in the
    • passes through the gate of death. The longing for Anthroposophy,
    • becomes a hindrance only when he has passed into Devachan. Hence the
    • given to one who has passed through the gate of death. What streams
    • adopt a merely passive attitude towards those who have passed through
    • world? That is to say, can the one who has passed through the gate of
    • the sea's bed. As we pass through life we get to know external
    • a man posted on the top of each pole to pass on the appropriate
    • human beings leave the Earth, either in sleep or at death, they pass
    • astral body return to those cosmic forces and pass through the life
    • who genuinely investigates the spiritual world and then passes on the
    • results of his investigation to the world, passes it on, presumably,
    • has passed through the gate of death into the spiritual world which
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    • considerable extent, the etheric body too, passes through a life
    • passages in the Bible which, as is the case with all occult
    • withheld from him. That is the passage in the Bible where it is
    • the human being describes a circle which passes through the whole
    • until it passes into the lifeless condition and undergoes a change at
    • things from one point of view only, whereas when a human being passes
    • they observed. For example, the passage of the Great Bear or of the
    • spiritual reality connected with the passage of a constellation such
    • the passage of the Great Bear across the heavens at night they saw
    • a physical animal on the Earth. This experience of the passage of the
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    • passage of the human soul through the various regions of the Cosmos
    • of existence the soul of a man has to pass through the planetary
    • pass between death and a new birth. Like our Earth, these heavenly
    • bodies also pass through descending and ascending phases of
    • evolution. Whenever we pass into a planetary sphere after death —
    • ascent in the evolution of Mars, into whose sphere we pass between
    • too evident in that sphere. As already said, when we pass again into
    • geometric aspects? This was possible because a soul who passed
    • soar into the spiritual worlds. The souls who passed through the Mars
    • pass through a phase of being followers of Francis of Assisi and
    • thereby, indirectly, of the Buddha. But they do not pass through this
    • phase on the Earth; they pass through their monasticism — to
    • the Bringer of Compassion to the Earth, was transferred to Mars in
    • pass into incarnation on the Earth there are also the forces of the
    • pass between death and the new birth in order to enter in the right
    • will realise that before human souls pass into physical existence
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    • Ego which, basically speaking, passes through all the periods of
    • death and rebirth, passes into the Mars sphere and there undergoes an
    • too, that when an individual passes through the gate of death he
    • remains unchanged. Whether the human being is passing through the
    • ‘I’ or Ego which, basically speaking, passes through all
    • we can say that when the human being passes into physical existence
    • living in a physical body, he dies and passes into the other period
    • passes through the gate of death. He lives then within the forces of
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    • pass over more and more decisively from the external to the inner
    • Form, from those Spirits of Form who have passed through a perfectly
    • Old Saturn, Old Sun and Old Moon, they then pass to the Earth in the
    • times too — when the government of the city passed into the
    • Mystery of Golgotha. In that event there came to pass something that
    • came with human beings when they passed through death. This was
    • as soon as they had passed through the gate of death their life
    • between death and rebirth man passes through this Buddha-realm on
    • rebirth during his passage through the Mars sphere. Among other
    • the Buddha-stream through which man passes between death and rebirth.
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    • passed over from creation into existence. From the viewpoint of sleep
    • world-creation, we grasp what has passed over from creation into
    • existence, when the human being passes over from life into being.
    • death and the new birth of souls who have already passed beyond the
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    • aspect. When a man has passed through the gate of death he comes into
    • ourselves what this contact signifies for one who is passing through
    • life in the super-sensible world and passes into physical existence
    • appropriately formed brain which, on passing through birth we formed
    • In the life between death and rebirth we can pass before
    • might also pass before these Beings in such a way that, figuratively
    • may pass through that world with understanding, with awareness of
    • what these Beings are offering us, or we may pass through it without
    • which we pass through this spiritual world, which of the two ways we
    • person passes through the life between death and rebirth as if
    • the light of understanding for what is here coming to pass cannot be
    • into the spiritual life no relevant ideas and concepts, we shall pass
    • passes through the life between death and rebirth in fearful
    • indifferent to spiritual things and spiritual life passes him by as
    • and his soul, after passing through the gate of death, is an easy
    • when he passes into the life between death and rebirth. Now, he can,
    • then is such that when the human being passes into his next life on
    • themselves had been acquired because such individuals had passed
    • backwards and come to the regions through which his soul passed
    • being, in his last life between death and rebirth, passed through the
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    • earthly life. Passage through the planetary spheres. Quotation from
    • there is a description of the passage of
    • was how the Soul-World through which the soul has to pass after death
    • was described. Thereafter the soul has to pass through what is
    • given of how the soul, having passed through the gate of death, lays
    • say: When the soul passes through the gate of death, everything given
    • longing for them, the first region through which he passes in the
    • man is passing through these regions, of Burning Desires, of Flowing
    • exactly with the passage of the expanding soul into the region called
    • the passage of the soul through this region and you will see from
    • of the great macrocosmic conditions through which the soul passes.
    • the passage through the Venus sphere. It has been said that if the
    • soul is to pass in the right way through the Venus sphere it must
    • experienced by the soul in passing through the region of the Sun. So
    • until the soul has passed through the region of the Sun has it
    • the soul passes into cosmic-spiritual life and finds its place in the
    • Spiritland you will find the following passage. [See
    • this passage it is clear that when, during the life between death and
    • after the Mystery of Golgotha, Brahmanism passed over into the
    • we now pass on to consider the cosmic aspects of the second region of
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    • and others, as it passes over into the world we tried to enclose, it
    • the background. This awareness was passed on to others, and if we are
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    • appearance of Christ on Earth is connected with the passage through
    • human passion and fanaticism, untouched by the ecstasy that may
    • emphasis to her words; as though impelled by the passion of a fanatic
    • expressed? Here is human passion kindling out of the unconscious
    • the remains of it passed over into the fourth epoch. But what was
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    • also that the Zarathustra Ego passed over into the body of the other
    • the celestial Healer, is Apollo. We have seen this Being pass through
    • came to pass through the Mystery of Golgotha. For if this Mystery had
    • Golgotha had not come to pass.
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    • ‘man of earth’. And now let us pass on to the time of
    • say that Elijah went ahead of the Nathan Jesus-being, who was passing
    • preceded the Mystery of Golgotha, do we not see the Christ pass over
    • messengers of the Christ, who was passing from West to East.
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    • aware also of the deep significance of a passage such as that in St.
    • mother, Herzeleide. It was on your account that she passed from this
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    • something does nevertheless pass through the physical matter. This
    • the soul-powers of men. They stir up emotions and passions of all
    • advise them to consider carefully, just for once, this passage in
    • Lord of the Earth? He passed from the West to the East, and from the
    • environment over which passed the path of the Christ, when in higher
    • East. Let us look up and feel that the Christ passed through our
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    • evolution arose and again passed away; it possessed characteristics,
    • formed their peculiar characteristics has passed away with them and
    • passage and then conceived a special hatred of this paragraph in the law
    • man and his works pass other beings with other laws than those of
    • Human beings, passing from
    • development that one can pass through in one's etheric body,
    • passes through the etheric body, the sentient body etc., a real,
    • in the life of the Being of philosophy. So we see a Being passing
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    • steadfastly participated in whatever has come to pass in our
    • informant concerning what has come to pass in the planetary system,
    • what has come to pass in the planetary system. In this respect Saturn
    • can become luminous and pass over into the flame of freedom.
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    • were not so, we would not have to pass through a course of
    • died, so that the one who remained behind had to pass through a
    • encompassing than those which are dependent upon our existence within
    • behind in the physical world, and the one who has passed through the
    • One who has passed over into the spiritual world, has a
    • passed through the portal of death brings about this deepening
    • by the life-conditions which would have arisen had he not passed
    • behind, if we see him passing through the portal of death some time
    • experiences through which he has passed are now contained in the soul
    • passed through the portal of death. In my lectures (some of these
    • the dead person enters when passing through the threshold of death,
    • far more encompassing way between death and a new birth. When trying
    • experiences through which we would perhaps have passed during the
    • any way realise what this more encompassing form of consciousness
    • enter after passing through the portal of death.
    • connexion with the spiritual world. Man passed through the portal of
    • passed through the portal of death. From now onwards it will be
    • characteristic of human souls to pass through the portal of death in
    • which continues to live when we pass through the portal of death.
    • passes from the physical into the spiritual world, but also what we
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    • Now in the time immediately following our passage through the Gate of
    • We have often described this process of the passage through the Gate
    • after the passage of a human being through the Gate of Death always
    • spiritual world. For when the coherence is broken by our passage
    • through the Gate of Death, all our thoughts and feelings pass with
    • special conditions, yet at the same time what passes unperceived by
    • relation to us and who passed before us through the Gate of Death. As
    • for his fellow human beings does not cease with his passage through
    • time when, after passing through the Gate of Death, we have laid
    • have also passed through the Gate of Death and, after a few days,
    • passage through the Gate of Death.
    • Remember that the inspirations are always there, even if they pass
    • working beyond the time when he passes through the Gate of Death,
    • passed from the earth before them, who were related to them during
    • they have passed through the Gate of Death — for it is only
    • so after we ourselves have passed through the Gate of Death. Beside
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    • pertains to the plant, animal and human world will pass over to the
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    • man's passage through the portal of death. For only in the light of
    • that are active within us, that pass through births and deaths and
    • to assume another form of existence after their passage through the
    • life); it becomes a deep and serious event within the whole compass
    • left us in order to pass through the portal of death, chiefly as a
    • periods of development, that passed through the stages of Saturn, the
    • contemplation. But when the human being passes through the
    • which the human being now passes, the first days after his death, are
    • after our passage through the portal of death.
    • physical world) that when we pass through the portal of death we lay
    • to exist for those who have passed through the portal of death. But
    • after we have passed through the portal of death? As stated, we hand
    • other part when we have passed through the portal of death? The other
    • we, too, were born. But we cannot pass through the real experience of
    • which we must pass between death and a new birth.
    • becomes dulled and loses its vitality. But when we pass through the
    • passed through them during our earthly life. In this form they
    • of the world and which they leave to us only until we pass through
    • now pass through a time during which we can only cast off little by
    • through which we pass. We really experience only half of what takes
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    • already passed through the gate of death: —
    • Spiritual Science, who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha for the
    • larger number of our dear friends have passed through the portal of
    • passed through the portal of death who had to take part directly in
    • here to-day resound out of the many feelings which have passed
    • those who have passed through the portal of death and who were
    • united with us here before they passed through the portal of death.
    • that they can also encompass the secrets of the spiritual world. The
    • then pass over as such into other beings.
    • transitional stages through which he passes. Those parts of him which
    • pass over into warmth only after hundreds of years, indeed, even
    • though what belongs to the bone-system may pass over into warmth only
    • great, an essential, importance for the one who has passed through
    • the gate of death. He passes into the spiritual world. He leaves his
    • dead. He has the experience: — “Your body passes away
    • we pass through the gate of death, of knowingly participating in the
    • which we have just passed through.
    • it were. We can experience that part of him which he has passed
    • with our etheric bodies, which pass over into the exterior etheric
    • for one who has passed through the portal of death — they are
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    • a nation? At most it is something that passes as an attribute, a
    • earth are passing through the condition which we call the
    • were at the stage which man is now passing through, and who are the
    • formerly passed through the human stage, should now be already at the
    • civilization, which later on will pass over into the sixth age of
    • the hand to one another as it were. From epoch to epoch they pass on
    • When a certain number of ages have passed away, then a
    • evolution here, our personality passes the result of this earthly
    • end of the age he passes on his office to his successor, who again
    • passes it on to the following one, and so on. The foregoing ones are
    • very well know, that while we are ourselves passing on from epoch to
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    • and passions. The ‘ I ’ broods dully in what we
    • world which inspires me. This world has passed through my
    • and gives his orders to the Archangel, the latter passes them on to
    • of the Age severed off a portion at a given time, and then passed on
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    • are in about our twentieth year. Man must pay for this by passing the
    • life has passed away, — which on the whole belongs only to the
    • spot where a man has to pass the first years of his life; and that
    • If you now pass on further into Asia, you find a spot on
    • earth-forces not already in childhood but later when he passes from
    • a law. As all persons in their different incarnations pass through
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    • point of view, we are immediately compelled to pass on to another,
    • Malay race. We then pass on across the wide domain of Asia and in the
    • Mongolian race we find the Mars-race. We then pass over into the
    • If you now pass further over to Asia, you find there in
    • had also received the Great Spirit, passed before his eyes when a
    • Moon. From this point we shall proceed further, and pass on to
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    • had formerly gone through, he could pass comparatively quickly
    • respects passion and jealousy may easily be aroused. Hence certain
    • impulse passed over humanity, there was in Europe an intermingled
    • form. It passed from the several guiding Archangels, — who had
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    • advanced human beings passed into Indian territory and there founded
    • passed through it in a sort of twilight. Then the ‘ I ’
    • had passed through in a dull state of consciousness, without the
    • Man then passed on further from the old Atlantean epoch,
    • place, — whereas the Eastern souls passed beyond certain stages
    • with the weaving of the air he breathes in. He sees how that passes
    • passes over into what later becomes ‘Riesenheim’ (Home of
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    • say, have passed through the whole of this soul development in a
    • man by slipping into his desires, impulses and passions. Through this
    • into evil through his passions, emotions and desires. Lucifer's
    • spiritual world, can only be an intermediate state. Man must pass
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    • external and historical. After Christianity has passed through its
    • the fifth post-Atlantean age of civilization had to be passed
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    • Today we will confine our attention to what came to pass on earth in
    • Should he be sent down to the earth or be left to pass his existence in a realm
    • but a cosmic event. You will remember the passage in the book
    • significance came to pass at the end of the seventies of last century. It is an
    • nothing but opposition to them, earth-existence will pass over into chaos in
    • only a passing episode in the great sweep of cosmic evolution and will be
    • death.’ It is a tragic and moving passage. Nietzsche, of course, had no
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    • been discerned, which passes through the gate of death, goes through
    • the passage through repeated earth-lives, but is also enlightening
    • passes after death. Only it must not be thought that what appear in
    • human souls which are passing through a purely spiritual life in a
    • thus it comes to pass that the view of the world taken by spiritual
    • means of the passage in which Nathanael is spoken of. It has been
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    • into the possession of wisdom, then passing into a state of nescience
    • future evolution of the earth. Having passed to the stage of
    • could only be thought of as united with the Sun, passed into earthly
    • that a man should pass out of himself into the cosmos, the Christmas
    • when he passes out of himself and is given up to the Cosmos, but when
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    • whole of humanity in which the effective influences passing from one
    • Suppose now we pass from
    • to be nights during which human faculties pass into a sort of rest
    • of Greek sculpture had to pass through a sort of formative period in
    • were beginning to be directed outwards so that they could pass
    • light which passes from the index finger of God to that of Adam, who
    • Let us now pass to the
    • pass to the Cumaean Sybil with her opened lips and finally to the
    • transition-point had to be passed before the doctrine of reincarnation
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    • passed just before waking.
    • thing one immediately opens the way for the passing of judgments.
    • coming forward with the suggestion that difficult passages should be
    • the milieu of applied technical science we pass into an Ahrimanic
    • pass through the Mystery of Golgotha takes effect in very subtle,
    • passions and emotions when speaking.
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    • into being, passing through different stages of spiritual evolution
    • counterpart of spiritual experiences through which their souls passed
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    • against the feeling of compassion. Compassion does not only imply
    • experiencing his value. Compassion is a quality which is not greatly
    • was to be dissected; he fainted not through compassion, but through
    • weakness and egoism, because he could not bear that sight. Compassion
    • Compassion is a fundamental element in the soul life which we share
    • know that feelings, passions, etc. should be looked for in the astral
    • definite judgments which we pass on other people. No envy is
    • We know that the human soul passes through many incarnations and that
    • power that draws us down into the depths of passion.
    • It is another matter when someone is passing through an esoteric
    • This is a fundamental law passing over from one incarnation to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • When the human being passed over from the Atlantean to the
    • but as something in a constant process of growth, passing from leaf
    • were. The most encompassing, the most important and intensive facts
    • which pass through parliament, or through these representative groups
    • their egoism. Religious faiths will pass through the renewal which
    • Let us now pass over to something else. Let us try to develop a
    • people now pass in schools, from the present, to do the same thing
    • will then no longer be possible to submit passively to churches who
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    • Man passes through
    • passes over into the summer season of his personal existence;
    • safekeeping of the Spirit who passed through the Mystery of
    • become man he had to pass through the evolutions of Saturn, Sun
    • which passes through the portal of death and enters the spiritual
    • soul had, almost through natural meditation, passed through a
    • souls of certain people who have passed through an inner
    • birth to death. When passing through the portal of death we grow
    • of course, pass through the portal of death and he must pass
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    • aware theoretically that one has passed through such a spiritual life
    • characteristics. To a dispassionate view this is quite clear; men
    • earth has passed over, through a certain cosmic development, into its
    • he must pass through the rest of earth evolution in such a way as
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    • spiritual world when we have passed through the gate of death, and to
    • passes through repeated earthly lives.
    • effect a change in the physical body, but when it passes over into
    • moment when he passes beyond his own spiritual experience between
    • spiritual world, when we have passed what is spoken of as the
    • has passed through the gate of death and come again into the
    • or, having passed through many births and deaths, shall we come at
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • time. People, then, did not pass each other by with the complete
    • is a passion for dulling the consciousness and for self-deception
    • — must encounter opposition and pass through trials. We see
    • which must come to pass in the fifth post-Atlantean period.
    • lack of clear vision, in spite of an open compassionate heart. I will
    • After passing “pseudo mysticism” in review
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    • They passed over into tradition, into the historical consciousness of
    • mental picture into another. While the yogi in ancient India passed from
    • Thinking must pass over into
    • in a rose, for example, green passes over into red. Thinking vibrates
    • other hand, pass out of the physical body with our soul and unite
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    • clairvoyant faculties and gave man a knowledge far surpassing the
    • He passed through the gate of death.What this passage through the gate
    • into super-sensible worlds. For the passage through the gate of death is
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    • effective when its rays have to pass upward through the Earth.
    • effects of these forces, which pass into the plant-nature via the
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    • When we pass on to
    • warmth passes over into inner warmth — it is changed into a
    • point of passing over into the crystalline element of form and shape
    • which passes upward once more to the seed-formation; while on the
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    • shall pass on to various practical aspects, but before we can do so
    • a man of whose outer form we caught a glimpse as we passed by him in
    • its living activity, passing through the human or animal body, or
    • of the plant, or again, building the form in man, which passes away
    • becomes living oxygen the moment it passes, from the atmosphere we
    • might also say, the process only passes through the carbon).
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    • wrong to set up the formula: “Food received — Passage through
    • Passage through the organism — Excretion in the widest sense.”
    • way of the ethereal. Think, therefore: the astral, without first passing
    • the currents to pass outward are completely closed. For this reason
    • passed through an organic process in the animal's digestive, metabolic
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    • I only mention that in passing, to show you how important the mere presence
    • It must pass through the autumn and winter in this way. What you add
    • can pass a dull fellow by and he will not notice me, so too all that
    • is in the soil and above it will pass a dull plant by, and the plant
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    • thus treated by letting their seeds pass through the fire and turn to
    • Now that we are passing from plants to animals, we come to the “animal
    • is passing through Aquarius, Pisces, Aries and Gemini and on to Cancer.
    • to Aquarius. It is while passing through these regions that the Sun
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    • facts and conditions. We shall do this to-day, and pass on to-morrow
    • encompasses the free has a different plant-nature in the air and outer
    • system, is in effect all that which passes first through air
    • passing inward from outside. With all that it has become through the
    • breathing system passes over into the metabolic system. With a portion
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    • does so. Something that still comes from the sense-organism passes into
    • Moreover, the food which will pass through the stomach must be suitably
    • assimilated, passed through the stomach — must be guided into
    • to the very end. The premature brain deposit passes out through the
    • Force-radiations must pass into the body. Therefore you need a second
    • the Ego-forces on the one hand, and on the other hand assist what passes
    • we must learn what happens to it when it passes, either from the animal
    • is there between the stream that passes backwards from the head —
    • that passes forward from behind, which is mainly a streaming of substance.
    • It is a metabolic preparation, which, though it has not yet passed through
    • quite unprovided for. Some earthly substance must still be able to pass
    • it passes easily right through the digestive process, penetrates into
    • impulse, but only repeat what they have heard, go passing things an
    • result if our non-farmer friends now began to pass these things on,
    • bring to pass all that has come about in this Course. Energy, clear,
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    • brought into the world the lower desires and passions; the
    • expressed in the savage passions of the animal was brought
    • pure, passionless creation which came in all its purity
    • of desire and passion; and this corresponds with the
    • free from desires and passions, having as yet no wish of
    • whole of humanity must pass through one such incarnation,
    • personality. That which passes from one incarnation to
    • Passio
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    • that the fourth thing is to encompass ourselves. (See
    • by the skin, you will obtain this process of encompassing
    • We encompass ourselves.
    • encompass ourselves.
    • ripening; if it surpasses this point, it dries up. We may
    • take hold of himself and to encompass himself. (See
    • He encompasses himself.
    • is the self-encompassed being,
    • the people who took Cancer as the symbol for encompassing
    • its claws round its victim, thus encompassing it. This is
    • contained in the word Cancer, which encompasses man. Cancer
    • is the encompassing element. It is really the symbol of the
    • encompassing an angle of 180 degrees, you obtain a
    • time he is really repeating what he already passed through
    • head is the passenger conveyed by the remaining human being
    • — a passenger who is a spy. The head's legs are
    • passenger in man.
    • employed as a slave, for it is really he who is passing
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    • able to work in the impulses and desires and passions, and especially in
    • eyes he passes through the worlds that lie beyond the threshold of the world
    • circumstances, passed through the portal of death, were now able to send down
    • of this in a passage in my
    • have passed through the gate of death, we still carry, as you know, our ether
    • surrounds us spiritually and also for that whither we go when we pass through
    • the gate of death and whence we come when we pass through the gate of birth.
    • let me say, I am not criticizing the fact, I am not passing judgment on it.
    • and the forces too that we shall need when we pass through the gate of death.
    • death, or when we have passed through the gate of death and it is given us to
    • through this focus-point where we are alike can pass all that we communicate
    • community life. That which is different in all of us passes through what is
    • has placed us each into a different kind of life passes through our I,
    • mankind had passed the moment in the Lemurian time when it implanted into it,
    • had passed, electricity lived inside the human being. Now evolution does not
    • passed long ago in the Lemurian epoch. And mankind as a whole in that moment
    • who belong to the world of movement are passing through what is being placed
    • understand that he has to pass through the next point, which reverses
    • experienced in passing through a spiritual enduring thought. Spiritual
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    • conception, an idea or a thought, we cannot pass over at will to
    • another. Even as in the human organism we cannot pass over at will
    • from the head to any other form, but must first pass over to the
    • passed before the earth received us into the physical stream of
    • into which we enter when we pass through the portal of death.
    • is more or less passive. This courage should be intensified.
    • and enters physical life on earth or in which he lives after passing
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    • spiritual observation. He must pass the test expressed in the words,
    • of death, which passes through the spiritual world and appears again
    • existence of the spiritual world disappear when man passes through
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    • people pass judgment on one or another aspect of anthroposophy you
    • forms his mental pictures as a passive spectator. With the
    • conscious that you are not passive whilst you think, but are as
    • the middle of the fifteenth century, only it passes unnoticed when
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    • Every year at this season we pass from one division of
    • the course of time. The festival of the passing of one year into
    • other. At the time when one year is passing over into the other, the
    • thinks with its consciousness — through which we are passing as
    • simply passing through the air; I am moving through the thoughts of
    • apart through the whole year, then at the time when one year passes
    • over into another, they unite. Again they pass through the year
    • now passing, and which fills us with a deep feeling of holy awe in
    • respect of the passing of one year into the other — we turn to
    • united with — passed through — the astral
    • At that time when our inner soul-consciousness passed
    • have passed through since the founding of Christianity, we again come
    • Twelve months pass by between one union of the
    • another. Twelve thousand years pass between one cosmic New Year and
    • spoke long ago, explaining how the world passed on from one great
    • we shall be able to pass through it as those can for whom the small
    • which contains all mysteries, through which pass and re-pass the
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    • mysteries, such as the annual passing of one year into another
    • of experimental Natural Science. I look up a passage in the
    • pass over the sentence I read out to you to-day, without a smile,
    • unhappy times than we are at present passing through, if mankind does
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    • pass from the Asiatic to the European peoples, and especially to
    • Winckelmann could arise only in Middle Europe. I refer to the passage
    • If we pass to Western Europe and thence to
    • where they can become feelings and pass over into
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    • they went to sleep at night they passed into a spiritual
    • to give a general picture of what would come to pass in the
    • after they had passed through the gate of death. To every
    • shadowy existence when they passed into the world of the
    • earlier Initiates, when they passed into the spiritual world,
    • us say of the Eleusinian Mysteries — passed from this
    • thus it came to pass that man can also carry over with him
    • when he passes into the spiritual world he knows that what he
    • has issued from the spiritual world. When he passed from the
    • Golgotha, man can say when he passes from the physical into
    • God of the future. This is what will pass over into the
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    • things of life pass unheeded to-day. But one who has acquired an eye
    • earth men die; they pass through the gate of death, laying aside
    • have experienced in the physical world. After passing through the
    • them.) This meeting between those souls who have just passed through
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    • compassionate, kindly deeds and feelings of antipathy by malicious
    • 14:19 And it came to pass, while Saul talked unto the priest, that the noise that was in the host of the Philistines went on and increased: and Saul said unto the priest, Withdraw thine hand. \
    • 14:23 So the LORD saved Israel that day: and the battle passed over unto Bethaven. \
    • passes through the gate of death, he lays aside his physical and
    • with the Christ Impulse passes into Kamaloka and is called to account
    • passes over to the next incarnation. It is exactly the same with the
    • the Earth-period and human souls in their totality pass over into the
    • passed. Much of his teaching can also be expressed in symbolic forms.
    • different ego passes into his body. The greatest example of this is
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    • and abuses, strongly influencing our present life, and passing like
    • one with compassion if one bears a healthy soul in one's breast. Have
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    • to-day to pass from the scientific attitude into Anthroposophy.
    • a halt. One cannot pass on into an indefinite fourth dimension; one
    • spiritual configurations when we pass along the negative third and
    • passes from analytic to synthetic geometry — which enables us,
    • passed over into what was called Astronomy: the student integrated
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    • able to speak from the whole compass of man's being. It must
    • If we now pass
    • pass on to consider the limb-system of man, especially the lower
    • legs. One would like to hide them — to by-pass them with the
    • straight eyes. But how one represents the way the eye passes over
    • passive, but by having his own share of physical matter and, in his
    • feels: here I must only give indications; here we pass over
    • passes over into artistic creation.
    • thoroughly scientific, while we, however, pass on to what becomes, of
    • yield to a mode of cognition that does not pass over into art. The
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    • have this harp-music in between the passages of his talk. Here and
    • it may be kept safely within and not pass over into our outer
    • is forged in the centre of evil cannot pass beyond the realm of the
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    • intellectualism will never help us to pass either behind the
    • know only the passing and the past. What our intellect gives us, if
    • world in process of passing away. But we know that with the intellect
    • of that part of the world which is going down and will pass away with
    • that out there in the world are phenomena which arise and pass away,
    • centres all his attention on what is passing away, and even when he
    • Oriental in him to see everywhere, within what is passing away and
    • some time in the future cease to be. Heaven and earth will pass away.
    • then heaven and earth may pass away, but the Logos, the Christ,
    • cannot pass away. Man bears within him that which will one day be,
    • nature, only what is “setting” and passing away. In
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    • passed through death — and those of His disciples who were
    • import to earthly evolution came to pass through the
    • conviction: Christ had passed through death and in His life now,
    • the teachings of the Gods and who then passed them on to others
    • and would in time pass out of these bodies. They regarded this as
    • becomes of the soul when the human being passes though
    • pass though death and to be victorious over death.
    • Being had passed through death, the Earth would have been wholly
    • — the Divine Being who passed through death. Ahriman was
    • was that in what came to pass on Golgotha, super-earthly
    • death. We should have passed over into an age when all knowledge
    • disciples — teaching that He could only give after passing
    • Being had passed through death. Christ is the First-Born,
    • He Who passed through death, having come from the realm of the
    • pass through death and yet live. In this respect, too, death and
    • teachings. I hope that these things will not lightly be passed
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    • material substance is concerned, for this has passed over from the
    • significance. One might say that the very passage from Realism to
    • concerned. The passage from Realism to Nominalism expresses the
    • during the passage from medieval life to modern life. A chief quality
    • spiritual way of looking at things had passed. Nominalism took hold of
    • awakening, no matter how weak this may be. We must pass through the
    • more or less on ancient traditional beliefs, and then pass on to
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    • those who are now living will have to pass through great and
    • fully, the Christ who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha, so that
    • of Orleans had to pass through a kind of initiation. To-day we speak
    • that some people passed through experiences which roused their inner
    • strength, all the passionate impulses of the human soul, so that it
    • is able to receive the first earthly-physical ray of light, he passes
    • united with the souls that have passed on before us into the
    • last weeks and that belong to the wider compass of our
    • passed before and where no van was likely to pass again for a long
    • they have to pass between death and a new birth. Spiritual science
    • so that the words, freedom, brotherliness, compassion, pity,
    • in August 1914; they surpass everything in emptiness! Such empty
    • the individualities of men passing through the portal of death on the
    • gathered by the etheric forces of those who have passed through the
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    • little about them), we shall find again and again that the passages
    • encompassing wisdom and knowledge which existed in the remote past of
    • fragmentary passages. The few passages of Thales, Anaxagoras, of the
    • very interesting to see the passion with which those who brought to
    • a good thing if this bible passage were to be considered a little by
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • them dispassionately and without reservations, and to harbour
    • America together in this connection—passing then to the
    • judges sit and pass judgment on human actions — just as
    • But from the criticism Max Müller passed on Blavatsky it
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • world. Therefore he must pass through this, the document of
    • — came into being and passed away again. There at the
    • commands that which arose, arose, and that which passed away,
    • passed away again.
    • gave her orders for all these things to arise and pass away
    • passing through the ocean signify? Man can approach the
    • once more. Having undergone all these things, having passed
    • The disciple passes through a complete cycle and returns
    • since the moment when the life of Christ passed through the
    • passes through mankind's historic evolution, but of which
    • forces which as spiritual light pass from the Sun into the
    • borne by her mother, so as to pass through the Christmas
    • the birthday of Joan of Arc. Thus she passed through the very
    • necessary it is to pass through an understanding of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • passed through by the human being before he descended to his
    • Zodiac through which the Moon is passing.
    • first passes by and works upon the formation of the human
    • takes its course round the Earth, passing the constellations
    • to pass through death. For the forces in the limb-system have
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • passed through probationary tests of purity, inner freedom
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    • the whole constitution of man's soul has passed through different
    • in more ancient days pictures continually arose and passed
    • it were, passing from epoch to epoch. We can now understand the
    • that he who was to become Buddha passed through all these experiences
    • unfathomable even to the Bodhisattva. He had passed through many
    • these mysteries lie hidden beyond the region of the life that passes
    • whither we have passed from a spiritual existence. In this life we
    • existence and no desire for rebirth, passes into Nirvana. What is the
    • not pass through an existence of sickness and death but a life of
    • is the last.” And referring to Nirvana, whither he was to pass,
    • say that man passes through repeated lives on earth in order that the
    • world. He passed from plant to plant, from mineral to mineral,
    • they pass into other minds.” Schopenhauer's motto can be
    • knowledge; it is able to compass and elaborate all the facts brought
    • resignation, for it says: “We pass from life to life with the
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    • superstitions of devils and demons passing in and out of human beings
    • pass muster with those who really know the nature of materialism and
    • undergoes a partial death with every moment that passes, but it is
    • pass each other by without either having the slightest understanding
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    • our breathing-in the air. The air which we breathe in passes through
    • to earthly conditions, is reversed in a certain sense when we pass
    • for a moment, my dear friends, man passes through the gate of death.
    • passes through the gate of death. He is dwelling in a musical
    • man's going forth into the Universe after he has passed through the
    • gate of death is at the same time a passing from the earthly world
    • in its course passes a constellation of the fixed stars, there bursts
    • planet passes on from Aries to Taurus, a different world of sound
    • — Mars. Mars passing through the constellation of Taurus,
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • because the human race has passed through different conditions of
    • ancient times passed through a much more dreamlike, spiritual
    • the soul in this form: Through conception and birth I pass into
    • I pass through earthly death?” — this was the second.
    • Spirit in the stars — I shall return, when I pass through the
    • How do I pass through the portal of death?” And to begin with,
    • whither man would return after he had passed the gate of death, all
    • passed through earthly life and through death. For the death and
    • And so, this passing of the
    • this passing of the Godhead through a human body — contained
    • Nazareth passed, as all men pass, through the gate of death, but Who
    • descended upon Earth and passed through life, death and resurrection
    • Who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha; you can live in the life,
    • longer recognise in Him Who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • Why do we pass through earthly death? And in the third epoch this
    • we pass from this cosmos whose external aspect is revealed through
    • riddle of death by linking man with Christ Jesus Who had passed
    • the Christ Who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha is the Logos,
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    • you have ever allowed an electric current to pass through your
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    • certain passages to you yesterday from the beginning of the Book of Jeû.
    • passed from the nature of angel to the “Son nature”; he
    • Although the whole encompassing fullness of spiritual wisdom had been
    • afterward, when he passed through the Mystery of Golgotha, he is able
    • heard that he had passed through the experience of death, about St.
    • gentleman a post card the next day, stating that the passage could be
    • Gospels, but they do not interpret certain passages in the Gospels,
    • certain Gospel passages, that it is impossible to view the one who
    • pronounced such words as an ordinary human being. There are passages
    • body. When we pass through the portal of death, we still retain our
    • We know that human beings die; that they pass through the portal of
    • enemies and kill one another, yet those who have killed may pass
    • According to Luke: The Gospel of Compassion and Love Revealed,
  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • have gradually come to this pass; our purely intellectualistic thinking
    • Let us pass from the Will to the world of Feeling. To begin with, we
    • pass from the three-dimensional into the two-dimensional.
    • Feeling has a two-dimensional configuration, then we must pass
    • we pass from Feeling to Thinking we pass from the two dimensions to
    • the one. Thus we still do not go right out of space. We pass over
    • pass to the dimensionless point, — only then do we arrive at
    • may say, we pass from the three-dimensional to the
    • from space still more. And lastly when we pass on to the Ego, we go
    • objects whose shadows are thrown upon the screen. And when we pass
    • Then we arrive at the point, and then only do we pass over to the Ego.
    • passing from one dimension to another. This is difficult for
    • dimensions. They come to a fourth dimension. They pass from the
    • pass in reality from the third to the fourth dimension, we come into
    • already led beyond the three dimensions. We pass into the plane
    • symmetrical form. It has five rays. Of course you can pass it by
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    • then passes through the gate of death, leaving his body as a corpse, and
    • passing through the gate of death, rises from the corpse and abandons
    • mid-period of earth-evolution had already been passed ever since the
    • through processes of destruction. I need quote only a short passage
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • that we maintain a completely passive attitude towards life, so
    • become aware of these will forces when we pass through death and enter
    • life upon which we enter when we pass through the gate of death.
    • one of us, although indeed when a man has passed the age of fifty he has
    • this one can observe in the following way. One can allow to pass
    • induced by the one which went before, it means that one passes
    • Imagination. When man passes over from the sleeping condition
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    • instead of passing from that to a still larger one I should prefer to
    • passes out into the different departments of life.
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    • upon a remarkable passage, which is simply expressed and noted in his
    • observe something passing through this like a flashing-up, like a
    • the cosmic existence will confront us, when we pass from Saturn to
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    • sensation of passing through warmer and colder conditions; so
    • this experience did not arouse in the soul a passionate desire
    • the current of the mighty power of the Spirits of Time passing
    • the Sun, in order to pass on from that to the spiritual nature of the
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    • as concerned with the world of illusion. But before passing to the
    • there the opposite comes to pass. There it is the case that the
    • things fond of eating and drinking and has other masterful passions,
    • that thought will pass over to the pupil. It all depends on the
    • fact that he has in his astral body passions, emotions, and desires
    • subject to Time, which means that all arising and passing away which
    • ‘arising’ and ‘passing away.’ The whole
    • arising and passing away. It is in the highest degree remarkable;
    • so doing they passed from mortality to immortality, from a transitory
    • passed from ancient Sun to Moon, with the immortality of the
    • eyes. It is not necessary to know this; for it passes into the soul
    • study we pass on to the Moon. existence we shall see how much richer
    • must then pass on to richer conceptions still with regard to which we
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    • the Earth planet which took place in the passing from ancient Sun to
    • in those Beings who continued to evolve from the Sun and to pass over
    • sacrifice its own will, passes in a certain sense, into the being of
    • they had been able to do this what they offered would have passed
    • the earth was passing through her Moon-phase, the Spirits of Movement
    • our Soul, not necessarily to be kept to ourselves, but passed on to
    • picture-consciousness. And as we human Beings our selves passed
    • have passed, when pictures were brought to us by the activity of the
    • have already died, and shall yet die. It is as though we pass from
    • forces of which man knows nothing, which pass from one to another.
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    • then there is nothing to prevent him, when he has passed through the
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    • you will find the passage where I spoke of the social cancer
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    • rein to their passions, the emotions they create for
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    • drives, with their passions, had known that destructive
    • being and passing away of humans at the physical level. But
    • only in passing: In Paradise, too, it was a woman who
    • devil. This merely as a passing comment.
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    • if this may cause problems. A short passage in my essay
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    • see the trains passing by and suffer concussion as a result.
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    • Earth in a certain way has Sun currents passing through it;
    • these pass through easily. Let us assume another creature is
    • constructed in a different way, so that the Sun currents pass
    • actuality pass through everything; they can therefore pass
    • creatures on Earth who have only the Sun current passing
    • have the Sun current pass through them in one direction and
    • continually pass through this backbone. This creature, then,
    • of the animal's backbone, and the same Sun current passes
    • tremendous. The cosmic current which passes through the
    • animal backbone passes through the human head; the old Moon
    • passes through the human backbone. The human backbone even
    • the whole universe. For just as the currents passing through
    • limited to encompass reality. Reality is far richer than
    • ideas are too limited to encompass the reality of life. As a
    • experience. But you see, his limited ideas cannot encompass
    • are read with real passion today. People consider them most
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    • time when hereditary traits were passed on in a positive
    • have passed the fourth post-Atlantean age and are now in the
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    • people base their judgement on national passions that if one
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    • and so on, ‘what has come to pass’.
    • of what really has come to pass and, within limits, of what
    • scenes of what comes to pass at the surface level for
    • whitewash them so that no sentence was passed. They then had
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    • passes over then into the modern scientific view of the world, the
    • encompass him. The closer people came to the higher animals, so to
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • spiritual science, for these grasp the human being as he passes from
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • to innumerable passages in books on occultism or also in
    • shall mention only this well-known and very significant passage in
    • significance of such a passage is generally overlooked. What does it
    • as men pass through the world, observing its beings and its happenings,
    • 4:4 And it came to pass, as he sowed, some fell by the way side, and the fowls of the air came and devoured it up. \
    • death, that within Him is a Christ-power, a Christ-impulse that must pass
    • sleep the more do our physical and etheric bodies pass over into a
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    • direction of its stem, which is always such that it passes through
    • passes out of the human physical body and enters the spiritual
    • human being in sleep passes into the great world and in the morning
    • able to encompass nature magnificently with his spirit: Novalis. He
    • pass over into the active, the living, summer condition.
    • throughout the summer they pass through the soul of our entire
    • plant spirit, we can encompass in these words:
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    • imagine what was living in Dupuis, as an impulse that passed
    • connection between the passage of Hercules through his twelve
    • Earth depends on the Sun's passage through the twelve Signs
    • of the Zodiac, or on the passage of the Moon through the
    • passing of the Sun through the twelve Signs the Zodiac. Isis
    • is the Moon; what is narrated of her is the passage of the
    • of the Sun in its passage through the Signs of the Zodiacs.
    • passing from form to form — from one form to another.
    • pass through his mind all the religious systems that were
    • above all, for the fact that before their passage through the
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    • Age passes on to the Son of the Virgin Wisdom — to the
    • thought in your head, and the configured air that passes
    • passing throughout the world to-day.
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    • — the super-sensible Man who passes through birth to
    • Mystery which afterwards passed over into the secret of
    • passes through the Gate of Death.
    • is passed-through by man in a dreaming condition. And so it
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    • which we shall live again when we pass through the portal of
    • them out of compassion, all this demands the inclusion of our
    • passing through the portal of death, and in this connection I
    • through which we passed. Just because we have before us this last
    • because of this, everything which surrounds us as we pass through
    • which I described to you. Those who pass through the portal of
    • it after having passed through the portal of death. From the
    • again in the soul-spiritual world, after having passed through
    • worlds which we enter when we pass through the portal of
    • from birth onwards, we constantly pass through a partial process
    • before us, the experiences through which we passed since our
    • the earth passes through the death by heat, in accordance with
    • handed over to the elements, but the human being himself passes
    • will pass through the earth's portal of death when the earth no
    • longer exists; it will pass over into a new world development,
    • even as the human being passes over into a new world development
    • whenever he passes through death.
    • they pass on to new metamorphoses of earthly life. I would have
    • spiritual-scientific deepening many passages in the Gospels will
    • eternal part of the earth will continue to live and it will pass
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    • them nourishment for their souls. For a certain time, man passed
    • as an all-encompassing element, the sensory order of Nature, then
    • moral impulses as higher developed instincts and passions, but we
    • would not have passed through that intermediate period during
    • passively to observation through the senses, are now inwardly
    • kind that we feel ourselves living passively within it — in
    • thus passes through an experience which is similar to that of the
    • permeated psychically with passions, impulses and instincts,
    • passions and instincts, it becomes as pure as the transparent eye
    • body, which has become free from wishes and passions (it is not
    • know how we live when we have passed through the portal of death
    • own super-sensible human essence, when we see it pass livingly
    • also pass through the portal of death. The men of older times,
    • us to pass through death with Christ as living souls, so that we
    • which can livingly pass from the present into the future as an
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    • surpassing the ordinary perceptive capacity, but which does not
    • meditation, so we may learn to know through the WILL how to pass
    • the will only acquires a certain value when it passes over to
    • then capable of passing on to something else.
    • encompassing sense organ. I might say that the body becomes one
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    • perceived after a special training, when he has passed through a
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    • impulses, instincts, passions and temperament, and everything
    • illusion. When he passes through death, necessity imprisons him,
    • the earth and obtained thoughts which encompassed man.
    • epoch and which encompass man; for although the conceptions of
    • to the inner necessity, to his instincts, impulses, and passions.
    • danger of passing through the portal of death without taking with
    • the right way that God passed through Man in the Mystery of
    • his being must pass through a kind of resurrection.
    • must develop freedom in life. He will then pass through the
    • instincts and passions, thus falling a prey to necessity. By
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    • universe, after having passed through the different stages of
    • things, this is something quite passive. For he can form his
    • Orient the candidate of initiation had to pass through seven
    • a person who had passed through a Greek training — let us
    • myself. I have to pass through a kind of catharsis, cleanse
    • the human soul with warmth, he passed over to the pale thought of
    • encompassing existence. Nietzsche, who lived so completely in the
    • justified — but we also have a knowledge which encompasses
    • passed over from the Father to the Son. And then the following
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    • those who have already passed through the portal of death in
    • death to one another and how they can all pass through the same Gate
    • rests in his grave: the man who was led astray by Lucifer and passed
    • which reveals to us that the Being Who passed through the body of
    • passing through conception and birth, it still works for a time
    • the years which have passed since his birth. As has been said, we
    • Only when we pass through the gates of death we have to travel back
    • passed through the gates of death, and retraces his path. This
    • people passed, each one took part by rocking the child for a moment.
    • that felt a passion for movement and a desire to experience the
    • are encompassed by death. And he asks: ‘Can the thoughts of
    • saying: ‘We give up our bodies and pass out into the thought of
    • pass through the gate of death. In short, another man may say:
    • may pass Him by, as we pass by anything super-sensible if we are
    • merely equipped in a materialistic sense; but we cannot pass Him by
    • to pass away and has now to arise anew, it must since Golgotha be
    • those who have already passed through the gates of death while
    • the Spirit Who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha, that Spirit
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    • mystery of Golgotha. For them a great, encompassing symbolic thought
    • tree passes over to the generations to which Abraham also belongs, to
    • you?” He gives his age as the years that have passed since his
    • passes. Today, however, I will only touch on it, will only share it
    • beginning as they pass through the portal of death. In short, another
    • united with the earth. We can bypass the Christ, just as we can
    • bypass everything super-sensible, if we feel ourselves
    • can not bypass Christ. For this reason everything depends on our
    • Golgotha had to pass away, gradually it had to be extinguished. The
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    • that the human individuality passes, not only once, but many times
    • of the soul above their normal level so that we may pass from the
    • “Self.” Passing through that part of our being which
    • essence — the imperishable essence that passes from incarnation
    • with all the desires, passions and inner experiences of soul (which
    • battle against his lower passions, desires, and the delusive images
    • were taught that passions and desires, lying and deceit within the
    • pass along one side, we arrive at the opposite, the highest point. If
    • we pass along the other side, we also arrive at the same point. If we
    • Sun passes in summer through the light,
    • light. The signs of the Zodiac through which Ormuzd passes in the
    • of shadow through which Ahriman passes. What, then, are the
    • the Sun passes. The course of the Sun through the signs of the Zodiac
    • the inner light of Brahma, he meets with his own passions, his wild
    • mission, and fired by the passion with which he felt himself the
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    • descended upon Isis from Osiris, who had meanwhile passed into
    • passive as regards the result of our
    • substances which have now passed into the human form, whereas they
    • Egyptian therefore said: When man passes through the Portal of Death
    • and has passed the stages of preparation, he comes to Osiris. When he
    • pass in actual life through
    • first taught the secrets of his own blood. He passed through an
    • penetrate into his body he would have to pass through the
    • marvellous processes enacted by the light passing from the new Moon
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    • on passing through Stuttgart, and I should like to make this an
    • dear friends, the fact is that when we pass over from the spiritual
    • the right way, it gradually passes over into the religious. Art,
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    • fear. After the soul has passed through what we have described as a
    • and pass from the first to the second stage, the inner experience of the
    • to dispersion and pass through in a sound and healthy way what he had to
    • pass through at this time. That is to say, he was imbued with a power
    • Passing
    • in reality a cosmic experience and because he must pass through this
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    • easily pass on to the less self-evident ones which we find in
    • pass by without specially thinking about them. Then someone
    • strange that so many pass by the question as to the origin of
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    • remains behind of life passes over gradually into lifeless
    • Redi called forth such a storm of passion that he only just
    • core of man's being and what comes to pass in the course of
    • passing into death. With what we then take with us through
    • developed that which has now been described as passing on
    • events. We must learn to say in a calm and passionless way:
    • be purchased by desirelessness, equanimity and passivity
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    • his passions, etc., you will see that this astral body of man
    • passed through four successive stages of evolution —
    • the other hand are the impulses and passions of the Ego! The
    • with impulses, desires, and passions. If we have before us an
    • impulses and passions of an animal nature.
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    • but also to study personalities which have passed before us
    • formed today do not cease to be when death passes over
    • the invisible — the gate of death. Death passed him
    • brought him near death's door. Hours, days, passed by where
    • moment and let him pass through. The exceptionally powerful
    • feels himself encompassed by a spiritual world, but lacks the
    • pass on in peace. These sublime artistic creations are, like
    • actual role Mephistopheles plays. After Faust has passed
    • passion. He is therefore thrust back. That is the fate of
    • Helena, the immortal, the eternal, that passes from life to
    • informed that he has to pass through the vegetable kingdom:
    • passion, but must experience the mysteries of existence in
    • reality — pass through rebirth.
    • passes through this development: the anxiety which meets
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    • the days and the hours of the year to pass in such a way that
    • once was, passed through his stages of development in
    • evolution, as He has passed from incarnation to incarnation on
    • And others with him, fired with passionate love.
    • And now you may realise the feeling that can pass through the
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    • standpoint of time, we pass to the 16th and 17th centuries of
    • Divinity. He had collected various passages from Aristotle in
    • passages in his works, as may be verified, ”through
    • centuries which have to be bridged when we pass from the days
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    • testament. The composition of certain important passages of
    • strength which brings the assurance that, though we must pass
    • beings in the true sense of the word. When we pass in review
    • the passage of time, as least as to their nature and purpose,
    • find a passage very distinctly underlined, to the following
    • impulses and passions and other facts belonging to the
    • itself ever more intensely as it passes from soul to soul,
    • intellectuality to merge into spirituality. A passage from
    • everywhere to be found; but we pass them by unnoticed.
    • different branches of science at all points of the compass.
    • compassion and in our actions, and we are then
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    • Truth stands behind it, the same in both, but having passed
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    • life. Then she lived on. Fourteen years have passed. Perhaps
    • the teacher. He should have said, One must not pass
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    • life; when the threads are revealed which pass from certain
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    • will go on and on evolving when the Earth passes through the
    • account if he wishes to pass judgment on the questions
    • beings who have also passed through the gate of death and who
    • which man has these impulses fully developed is already passed.
    • not inherently right, but according to the passions of
    • is full of passions, and under whom those who were near her
    • begin with, passed through several other callings and had a
    • what is pursued in our Universities to-day and passes thence
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    • mineral kingdom and so on. And when he passes through the
    • loves thee,’ thereby letting a gentle thrill pass through his
    • passed through the gate of death.
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    • to pass judgment upon these writings who has not acquired
    • you something which seems to pass through your body into your
    • say that your life would have been passed in its present degree
    • our own souls we pass through repeated earth lives during which
    • ought to feel coming to pass within us for the strengthening
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    • Goethe expresses in another beautiful passage when he says:
    • thirteenth who surpasses them all in the perfection of his
    • human Self, who surpasses them all in his wide survey of human
    • externally, can pass away. And we are beautifully told how we
    • Yea, he himself his passing has predicted,
    • first to be overcome. In the passions, in those forces of
    • bestowed on mankind the fierce passion, tending chiefly towards
    • they have passed through conflicts outside these walls; they
    • The others softly in and out had passed
    • One portal only 'tis that thou hast passed:
    • Self, that he has passed through the astral world and
    • does Brother Mark, after passing through the first portal, the
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    • will pass over into the sixth cultural epoch. We also realize that
    • support each other. From epoch to epoch they pass on their mission to
    • pass from incarnation to incarnation; but we know for certain that,
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    • compassed solely by the Folk Spirits in conjunction with the Spirits
    • thought expressive of the inner life, is unsurpassed by any other
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    • is the victim of his passions and desires. The ‘I’ stirs
    • arc passionately devoted. But we must not only glow with enthusiasm
    • incarnates in that people just as man incarnates after passing
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    • reaching its present condition, had to pass through three conditions,
    • geographical region, was later passed on via inheritance, but became
    • universal law. Since all men in their different incarnations pass
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    • necessary in order to create our Earth. The Earth had to pass through
    • conditions through which our Earth has passed and those which still
    • passed through the Old Sun epoch in order, on the one hand, to lay
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    • thought which is illustrated by Cabbalism is unsurpassed precisely
    • development the Greek Archangel was able to pass relatively quickly
    • pattern. It passed from the several guiding Archangels, who had been
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    • inhabitants of ancient India had passed through in a dim state of
    • development had been deferred, whereas the Eastern peoples by-passed
    • breathing. He sees how the air he inhales passes into the blood
    • emerges after having passed through the three earlier incarnations of
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    • and he himself remained a passive instrument. His relationship to the
    • to adopt a passive attitude towards knowledge, to suppress the ego in
    • and passions. In consequence, man benefited in two ways: he was able
    • of falling into evil through his passions, emotions and desires.
    • not prepared to submit passively to random external powers, but is
    • Teutonic mythology; he felt with passionate conviction that which
    • awful grandeur of this myth, which is unsurpassed, because no other
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    • gratitude the surpassing grandeur of the primeval culture of the holy
    • Christianity has passed through its growing pains, it will develop
    • best that is in us, our sympathy and compassion, to the well being of
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    • thoughts about our work to pass through a period of development of
    • passed its prime and will bear little fruit in future. When I say
    • religious culture.’ The whole compass of intellectual
    • passages. You will calmly accept all the long passages necessitated
    • never shrink from putting long passages which may seem tedious on the
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    • Copenhagen, you can read that the human soul encompasses far more
    • that cosmic forces pass through the heads of the sitting members! We
    • passages of the two Mystery Plays
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    • emotions and passions, with its fluctuating life of feeling,
    • a man of wild passions, impetuously laying hold of everything in his
    • strong passions, sympathies and antipathies, may in certain
    • bear in our habits our passions, our enduring emotive attitudes. And
    • lasting emotions, when passion and habit pulsate through our memory.
    • lasting emotion, passion, memory. The ancient Greek was still
    • not merely a sentiment, an attitude of mind, but which passes over
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    • passages in this little book which have a bearing upon our purpose in
    • at the time when our present Earth was passing through its previous
    • the guidance of humanity, were themselves passing through their human
    • voice of the Holy Rishis will come to pass in great glory and
    • realm when man passes through the gate of death, so at the death of
    • the Earth the totality of human souls will pass over into a spiritual
    • of His three years passed in a physical body, the Christ Being
    • passes over entirely into the spiritual world, and as spirit goes
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    • human passions, human sympathies and antipathies. From this we can
    • — as is said in a passage of my Mystery Play
    • incarnation passes through his soul; it is not just drily recorded
    • of it; it would be a mistake as regards other passages too, but
    • unfragmented. The figure whom we meet in the feminine Hera has passed
    • through a different development. She has passed through a development
    • Whereas clairvoyant sight encompasses the whole world in one look,
    • intellectual vision is restricted, it has to pass from object to
    • enthusiasm from the egotistic passions — the hunger that drives
    • like intelligence passing from land to land! And, wonderfully enough,
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    • undertake work within himself, he has to allow ideas to pass through
    • usually passes unnoticed. These challenges will have to become ruder
    • developing the passion which must come into play when the soul is
    • language something that has not yet passed through the conscious
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    • able to pass safely through such trials.
    • spirit. Everything again passed over into imperceptible
    • learns that these forces have not passed through the human
    • have passed through a number of incarnations without knowing anything
    • passions, habits and mistakes, and the reborn ether body which now
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    • that the finest elements of the blood are passing over all the time
    • the human being, will encompass him to a greater and greater extent,
    • the astral current from passing through it, while it does allow the
    • etheric current to pass. I repeat — the brain as physical
    • but are held up there, are allowed to pass through the brain not at
    • and the outer astralities. The rays of the etheric body pass through
    • of the instincts, desires, passions and emotions of human nature
    • of astrality, through which the rays of the etheric body pass. That
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    • content to adopt a passive attitude towards the world, but that he
    • astral body, because they are not allowed to pass through our brain,
    • which it once passed through. This weakness, which we had to develop,
    • passions, emotions and instincts. In the course of his terrestrial
    • passions. Just as we feel the matter of our consciousness scatter and
    • this. It is not only that our impulses, desires and passions, which
    • our own impulses, desires, passions, through all that imprisons us,
    • Christ Impulse through our egotistic impulses and passions, we learn
    • from ourselves, we are seized by an infinite compassion, an endless
    • sympathy with all beings. It is this sympathy, this compassion,
    • temptation to egotism and its overcoming, to infinite compassion and
    • compassion with thought they experienced purification from all the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • were, passing through an inward development radiating forth its glory
    • agree with the following passage of Hermann Grimm: “We now see
    • populated by a passionate, tumultuous people. Noble families whose lives
    • of being a wearied people who had passed through inner and outer tumults
    • were not. The papacy had passed over into a new “heathendom”.
    • gifts inherent in this soul represents something that must have passed
    • in evolution proceeds in cycles, we see a rising in men who have passed
    • was seized with inner fire and passed through the whole tragedy of the
    • human soul that had meantime passed through a new phase. It was buried,
    • by a soul that had passed through the period of inward deepening. On
    • what was passing through his soul when he makes a somewhat tentative
    • utterance at the beginning of his books, in a passage dealing with the way
    • passed over from days of yore into our own time, we may well be aware
    • life becomes our guide as we passed through the epochs of earthly existence.
    • time must come when Raphael's work will have long since faded and passed
    • If we conclude with a passage from Grimm which expresses what I have
    • the fair young painter who surpassed all others, who was fated to die
  • Title: Lecture: About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
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    • can actually pass from soul to soul was something which modern professors
    • earth. This passes into the horse's spine and the horse is then able
    • pass through its head. The only thing that will be required is to teach
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • dispassionately will not receive the impression that human artific or
    • Beings — in Homer's poems chiefly the deeds and purposes and passions
    • and passions of men, men who like Achilles are far removed in a certain
    • sense from ordinary humanity, and again with the passions, purposes
    • are to be said to us surpass what can be accomplished with the ordinary
    • on the other hand, surpasses all that the ordinary powers of the soul
    • epics, but one is led to something which far surpasses imagination,
    • attained, but which present-day man only experiences when he passes
    • which he takes with him when he passes through the gates of death, and
    • he has passed through the gates of death. This structure of forces —
    • body pass away, was at the same time to the old clairvoyants their direct
    • is raised above birth and death, which passes with man through the whole
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    • which comes to pass all that manifests as wind and weather in the
    • within our skin, letting the outer world pass us by. On the contrary,
    • when spring passes over the earth and
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    • towards the quicksilver form and in the other passes down into the
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture III: The Easter Imagination
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    • by these waves passes through the ear-formation into the inwardness
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    • high summer, passes down to weave and flow through the depths of the
    • Imagination passes over into Inspiration.
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    • us from a descending line, summer with us passes over into
    • say: Uriel makes his descent as summer passes through autumn into
    • spring, if in autumn, when the rays of Raphael pass through the Earth,
    • we pass on to autumn,
    • how in yesterday's lecture I spoke of it all passing over from plastic
    • descend, work together in such a way that Gabriel passes up into the
    • passed on to him.
    • man and passes beyond the realm of breathing, so that it works in his
    • Gabriel passes on to Raphael the nutritive forces, to be transmuted into
    • forces of healing — in other words, he passes on his golden
    • vessel — and just as Raphael passes on his golden vessel to
    • Powers rise and descend, passing to one another golden vessels
    • and how they really do pass on to one another their own particular
    • pass out of the cosmos and assemble, as it were, in the Earth sphere.
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    • unsurpassed to this very day. The scientific exactitude of
    • thinking was raised by him to an eminence unsurpassed to this
    • will consider what has actually come to pass. This, of course,
    • surpass them in loftiness and breadth of vision. Thinking of
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture II
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    • to pass in intimate connection with their own souls, but which
    • pass into shadow, while the group-souls become radiant. All
    • Aristotle has never since been surpassed. Intellectuality
    • it passes through the Cosmos. The moon is the symbol, because
    • judge the pass to which things have come in what calls itself
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    • therefore, the Christ Being passes through a kind of embryonic
    • the passing into the spiritual world which, as we know, takes
    • Pentecost is to be compared with the life passed through
    • passes over into the spiritual world proper, in order to
    • of Pentecost onwards, the Christ Being passed through
    • passing, as does a human being, into a world of Devachan, a
    • then associate with it the feeling of what came to pass through
    • perceive how peoples and nations arise and then pass away, how
    • pass out of his body in order to undergo the necessary
    • experiences, so too, he who was to become a Sun-Hero must pass
    • many meaningless passages in this book there is also the
    • Things have come to such a pass that in the simplest matters
    • passed through death on Golgotha — a Spirit who before
    • rendering of what actually came to pass: the begetting,
    • came to pass in that earthly life of three years was that
    • whole Way of the Passion — beginning from days shortly
    • Passion — from the Baptism in the Jordan to the point
    • Way of the Passion — a Way of infinite suffering, to
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    • this concluding passage is to the effect that the events which
    • in one of the two Jesus children born at that time, had passed
    • whereby the Zarathustra-Ego had passed over into his soul,
    • perceived that many a time these demonic powers passed over
    • came to pass. It was possible for me to decipher the scene with
    • was required to pass through a year, at the very least, of
    • of grades through which he had to pass, leading to that
    • were not allowed to carry coins about with them nor to pass
    • Jesus of Nazareth could not pass through such gates without
    • Jesus of Nazareth was passing out through the gate of the main
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    • which he had passed had brought him increasing wisdom; infinite
    • earth, for the old Jews have passed away; the ancient
    • he had hitherto borne within him had passed away. He was aware
    • thirty years. He therefore passed through His first earthly
    • looking for contradictory passages in the other four
    • He passed in this way through the land, the behaviour of the
    • our trespasses as we forgive them that trespass against
    • regard these things with leniency and even with compassion
    • Humanity to-day has passed beyond the stage of believing
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    • have won pillars supporting our spiritual movement. Many have passed
    • compared with man's birth. Immediately after death man passes through
    • death, has passed through many lives, and can hope for other lives in
    • should be. If we pass through life in such a way that events work
    • been worthless for us if we pass through decades and still judge
    • about it earlier in our lives. If we pass through life in such a way,
    • evolution of the Earth. The brain is an organ which has passed
    • than we believe; we won far more during the times in which we passed
    • does not remain passive towards life, but is ready to use its
    • death, and passes through life between death and a new birth. His
    • having passed through death and a new birth.
    • up to a life of passion. We do this in the worst way when our
    • passions intoxicate us, and we are content to live in a dreaming,
    • their passions, are candidates for decadent human beings in the
    • from their passions. An immense amount can be done for the education
    • of Orléans passed through these thirteen days in a particular
    • during these thirteen days in that sleep, through which man passes
    • passed through the gate of death. If we look across to the other bank
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    • trying to encompass thinking, but it cannot succeed.
    • Yoga has passed through many phases, and the aspect to which I
    • what could be discovered in this way passed over as revelation
    • ordinary consciousness, we indulge in rather passive
    • animal. Then, with the same thinking, we pass to man, and once
    • of thinking itself to pass over from that into the image of
    • pass over in the thought itself to the image of man. I
    • to the horizontal orientation. We pass over in this way, by an
    • nature.” So long as our vital thinking does not pass on
    • submitting more or less passively, as children to heredity,
    • will, what is usually experienced rather passively. Here again
    • attain to higher knowledge who has not passed through these
    • experiences of suffering and pain. We must pass through and
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    • or sorrow of man's existence. And not a passing happiness or sorrow
    • life a passing breath, rising from physical existence and
    • overtake mental experiences when man passes through the gate of
    • unconsciously, when on waking, perhaps after passing through a
    • consciousness, we find that it has something passive about it,
    • passive surrender to the phenomena of the outside world, and to
    • we gain an image of our passage through the gate of death; we
    • passing through the gate of death, we enter once more that
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    • have passed through Goethe's mind as he said it — to
    • science gradually passes into the present complete separation
    • dispassionately, even if they spring from views opposed to
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    • wide circles of humanity for centuries. Encompassing
    • for a passing phase of history (in which we now are), to turn
    • on this particular point. I prefer to pass on the opinion
    • passive receptivity, but with a busy activity rooted in what,
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    • possibility that this development, after having passed through
    • people, a dispassionate observer of life and of the
    • turn, by passing through this, to the spiritual basis of our
    • himself gradually passing over into his heat and air
    • in which we surrender passively to the outside world. What has
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    • Only when we have passed through all these can we move, without
    • today, appear, to those who can dispassionately perceive the
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    • their fortunes passed to the general public. Remembering all
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    • as it gradually passed over into Europe, was minted by European
    • appertained to earthly life, he would, after passing through
    • man can so experience in the world as to arouse in him passions
    • What existed in the East passed over in another form to Greece
    • pass on to a consideration of the position of the individual
    • itself in Europe, combined with Christianity, passed over into
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    • drives, passions and the like, and see through them to reality.
    • these definitions of drives, lusts, passions, will and the
    • develop the further recognition that we must pass through
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    • We assume that what we try to encompass in the laws of
    • overreaching; fundamentally, it is always seeking to encompass
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • awake. But how the Will arises, and passes over into action, of this man
    • passing of self-enjoyment into the senses, nerves, and blood-circulation,
    • pass when the keenest epicures, those who have the greatest longing
    • Everything passes in cycles.
    • compassion; right in the profoundest depths of their souls; one finds
    • forms pass over into each other, and all are in harmony one with another;
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    • and passes over into action, of this man can only dream in daily
    • extinguished what was formerly a general feeling — the passing of
    • has reached a certain point. It will then come to pass that when
    • necessity of evolution. Everything passes in cycles.
    • esteem, harmony and compassion, at the profoundest depths of their
    • separate forms pass over into each other, and all are in harmony
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    • pass through the impressions of the most diverse World-Views.
    • passed through Manichaeism and Scepticism. He had taken all
    • Augustine then also passed through Scepticism, which is a quite
    • knowledge of the Truth through which St. Augustine also passed;
    • time a person to-day passes into the unconsciousness of
    • whether it does not pass into Unreality, and so what man
    • that conscious life through which man has especially to pass in
    • Christ, Who passed through the Body of Jesus of Nazareth,
    • Then men passed on, as they developed a little further, from
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    • grand encompassing cosmic connections, about the
    • what is here passed before the human soul has a very special
    • from the standpoint of today's customary culture pass judgment
    • doing that must pass beyond all knowing. No knowing occupies
    • into which we place what is most sacred for us, our compassion
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    • hree years have passed to-day
    • power of our lives. At that time there passed through our minds
    • which has since passed over Europe is enough to make anyone
    • the new conception of life which is passing through, and
    • which passed over Europe, particularly Central Europe, and had
    • brought to pass through this experience. But in many of our
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    • eternally and cannot pass away and that every age has the right to
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    • through with it, but surpass, transcend yourself. Let it become a
    • three artichokes. Such a stage of development has not passed beyond
    • which finds its expression in the passage of the Chorus
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    • passage through the great world, but in such a way that the second
    • existence, passes through the physical world and penetrates to the
    • grasp at such a time passed before Goethe, but many other things
    • When Faust lived this time had passed. Ideas then became dry and
    • honourable striving after knowledge and those limits which passed
    • rapture that passed through him at the sight of this page.
    • stage of existence. But all know what comes to pass: Faust does not
    • his passions, desires, lusts, etc., into the lower scale of
    • Hebrew, Mephiz, the spoiler, and Topel, the liar. This being passed
    • to that passage where Faust is outwardly dazzled, so that
    • passage in which the soul works itself up to the spheres of world
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    • passage, again, we hear the sounds of thousands of years
    • passage of some great words spoken thousands of years ago; words
    • He read a passage in Plutarch, where is described how the
    • must descend into this kingdom in order to bring to pass what has
    • to be brought to pass — into this kingdom where one sees what
    • this symbol and experiences its after-effects when it has passed
    • with the sense-world if we remember the previously-quoted passage
    • knows as Mephistopheles helps to spin them. So his life passes once
    • those souls have passed which have grown accustomed to the
    • the soul when it passes the gates into the spiritual world. There
  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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    • spheres. If he went downwards from his head, he passed through
    • second stage is reached when man passes from localised to
    • rhythmic memory passes over into temporal memory, when that
    • memory could pass over into temporal memory, into a remembering
    • Gospels contain a passage that recalls this kind of memory,
    • such a thing as the faculty of memory has developed, passing in
    • have to let the whole picture of this change in man's soul pass
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    • Oriental evolution this localised memory passed over into
    • Outside in the street a fire engine is passing, to put out a
    • arrive at no understanding of the evolution we are passing
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • passing through a transition into a later stage of human
    • here, for a human personality who had passed through death and
    • something of that human being as it passes over his nose and
    • man. The other, inasmuch as he had passed through but few
    • on. And when men begin to explain and speculate on what passes
    • developed in both, passed through death, through the spiritual
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    • breast, the rhythmic vibration goes downwards and passes over
    • the Earth like an atmosphere. And as to-day the air passes over
    • pass through Alexander the Great.
    • Take for instance a passage in the poem where a wonderful
    • passage.
    • eastwards over the Earth, you pass more and more into an
    • element that dries you up. You pass into the Dry.
    • Aristotle awakened in Alexander all that Gilgamesh had passed
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    • civilisations sprang) in passing from the East to the West,
    • that meets us when we pass from the ancient East to Greece. The
    • on the animals with the greatest possible compassion, they have
    • me remind you of what it was that passed over into Greece
    • things in the history of human evolution are simply passed over
    • to-morrow that it did not pass over to Rome nor to the Middle
  • Title: World History: Lecture VI: Mysteries of the Ancient Near East Enter Europe
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    • passes between death and a new birth, and looking only at its
    • Oriental world, passed through the Greek world, and then into
    • to pass on the Earth below. The Gods worked on the will of men,
    • moment we will pass by this period. Then follows the age that
    • it is as though, having passed from the Spirit-land into the
    • came to pass that were later made known to men in the Gospels
    • able to pass on to Alexander needed for its comprehension souls
    • we shall have to pass the actual hour of the anniversary
    • do not believe, my dear friends, that this can come to pass in
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • instinctively built up on such observation. But that all passed
    • further, it undergoes various changes, it passes through the
    • character. And now it passes over into the ego-organisation;
    • influences of the outer world pass through him. That is the
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • to pass that certain other divine Beings, Luciferic-Ahrimanic
    • passed through the gate of Death, the earthly nature strives as
    • fire at the Goetheanum. At the fire of the Goetheanum we passed
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    • current education provides, then the souls of men would pass
    • brought things to this pass because you have abandoned the
    • would say to him: You may pass, for you bring over the
    • pass before him in the state of sleep: Do not cross the
    • We had, it is true, to pass the tragic ruins of the Goetheanum
    • passed the ruins during the Meeting will have become aware of
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    • passed over humanity's evolution since Goethe's death —
    • we were involved. But we know too that man surrenders passively
    • it. And this passive self-surrender, assisted besides by all
    • surrender passively to the impressions of the outer world, but
    • recollections the concepts are passively formed, and contain
    • so that, instead of passive thinking, we have within an active
    • passes from this corporeal sense of the ego into what I have
    • know how the ego has already passed through the spiritual world
    • the world through which we have passed that contains not only
    • have passed through the gate of death, and have united what is
    • theoretically, merely as scientific knowledge; it passes over into
    • concepts must be allowed to pass over into artistic seeing, so
    • about it by logic. He must pass over to artistic seeing to
    • caused by the passing away of the earthly, but he knows at the
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    • existence they pass over into the next earthly existence.
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    • perceives it being dissolved, as gradually passing over into
    • is only from what passes away that men can acquire an insight
    • work and in letting pass as valid not the living
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    • beyond shadowy-clairvoyant experiences. Such a passing out
    • perceptions, then we pass over to a thoughtful consideration
    • transcend mere philosophical Idealism, and pass on to a true
    • remember something, we are conscious: we pass over with our
    • sympathy for the life of thought became dull; and then passed
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    • evolution, in man's passage from incarnation to incarnation
    • take it into himself, to take part in it, not to pass through
    • apathy which passes everything by and occasions great moral
    • each person we meet is to lose oneself passionately in the
    • through intoxicating passion we lose ourselves to the world.
    • between apathy and the passionate intoxicating devotion to
    • action, between apathy and sensuous passionate devotion. The
    • obstacle was placed in the way of sensual passion. Even today
    • what is called sensuous passion. As people were gathered
    • when it is passionately manifested; when it appears merely as
    • and more. It will come to pass that in the Anthroposophical
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    • in our day who are trying to pass the battery of final
    • Abitur. After having passed their examinations, these
    • must realize how much passed through his soul as he actually
    • experiences through which he had passed in Leipzig when he was
    • had been passed on to him as the laws of nature while he was
    • all-encompassing conformity spread over the area where he lived
    • that time a fragment of life had already passed through
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    • lets the earliest rays of the morning sun pass through a
    • Goethe passed through when he returned to Frankfurt. There,
    • it makes impressions on the physical body, they pass over
    • really passed through everything that, in another, not only
    • Faust in a strange manner. Call to mind the passage you
    • us, my friend, the ages that are passed
    • These words by Faust himself are passed over too lightly. One
    • period of life through which he was passing when he was in Rome.
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    • the full reality in this description. We can never encompass
    • man has passed through longer or shorter stages beginning with
    • passage from
    • they are not here, I will read the passage to you. Carus
    • one lecture to another does not sense it, but he passes through
    • it nonetheless. He really passes through it. Here we touch the
    • compassion for the poor fellows — excuse the expression — who
    • day, but people like Goethe pass into a state of dreaming even
    • to pass from one state into another.
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    • the cosmos, these ancient customs passed over into our present
    • prepared, and that we are now passing through the earth period
    • already come to pass in the various branches of human activity
    • his feelings and passions, in fact with all his emotions, than
    • about elemental spirits are being created which pass over into
    • of mind will enter into the factory and will pass over into the
    • permitted to come to pass lest humanity thereby fall into
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    • come to pass in spite of so-called public opinion and its hero
    • draw out of it what it has passed through in joy, sorrow,
    • developing a genuinely erotic passion, which, so this
    • years pass. She is perhaps now married in keeping with her
    • the total human life that passes through repeated lives on
    • through which we have passed, the proficiencies achieved — all
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    • splendid way, he is in a train passing over the bridge. There
    • building the bridge. As he passes over it, it collapses and he
    • in another case the person was not on the train as it passed
    • can describe this. He can show how this character passed
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    • but to evolve as the earth passes through the states of
    • inherited characteristics when they wish to pass judgment on
    • passes through a period of seven years, approximately to the
    • body then passes through its development.
    • secondary importance that are developed later may be passed
    • who have passed through the portal of death and are able to be
    • death and a new birth, passes into our bodily organization,
    • encompasses only the present life between birth and death. Here
    • coming to pass in life, but they do not possess the ability —
    • to current passions.
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    • dealing with what we call karma, the passage of the human being
    • after we have heard that passage from Faust.
    • in that scene of “Mephisto and the Student.” He did not pass
    • relationships in which it would be my desire to pass the years
    • passed beyond that, we have not, but are still deep within it
    • that of the human being. Then comes a passage that is quoted
    • agreement. I shall read this passage, and I beg you to excuse
    • philosophy today worthy of the human being. The passage
    • no one had time to consider their misfortune. Women passed by
    • passions?
    • be gratifying — that this truth passes over now even into
    • is another brief passage to which I should like to call
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    • environment. When an individual passes through the portal of
    • substitutes his angel for God passes from his angel to a
    • Christ passed through the Mystery of Golgotha. If we wish to
    • we should pass beyond the fourth century before Christ all the
    • we entered into the Egypto-Chaldean or even passed all the way
    • tremor that was a healing force to pass through his soul by
    • possessing a power far surpassing that of other words, were
    • passed through the portal of death. We must learn, however, to
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    • we survey the time through which humanity passed from the
    • community. He had passed through the portal of death and when
    • know, of course, that when a human being passes through the
    • signifies that it passes over into the spiritual worlds, into
    • ego and his astral body; the etheric body passes over into the
    • the most advanced nations pass over to monotheism at a
    • before the Mystery of Golgotha, they passed through the portal
    • passed through the portal of death they did not need to develop
    • human being passes through the portal of death as do others or
    • perhaps one person passes through the portal of death and
    • others remain here on earth. By virtue of his or her passing
    • ascending into the spiritual worlds passes through the
    • loses one who is dearly beloved. The one who has passed through
    • immediately after he has passed through the portal of death.
    • on earth as we pass beyond maya or illusion. As the Christ is
    • will be able to do this after having passed through a
    • to say that what passes through a medium in an experiment
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    • mankind's development passed at the time of the Mystery of
    • did not pass over immediately into the other. But when we
    • worked out by materialism — concepts that pass current as
    • circumference as stars, as heavenly bodies, will pass away.
    • during all those early centuries was passed through by man,
    • disappear, pass over into their image and cease to exist.
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    • reached its Venus stage, or till the Jupiter age is passing
    • you have what has meantime been passing since that
    • moments of sleep-life that otherwise would pass in
    • not only by a certain passive acceptance, but — and this
    • night just as the earth is shrouded when passing by night
    • zodiac. The passage of man through his senses is a perfect
    • the lawsuit and was therefore unable to pass sentence on the
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    • into our ego, if I may say so, during the time we pass
    • less than nothing. If we pass from fullness of space to its
    • passing from one incarnation to the next. We see the plant
    • of the parents' germ cells passes over to the children; but
    • part of this substance remains so that it can again pass over
    • pass over anew to the children. And another part of the germ
    • perception that has passed through the process of
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • then indeed those things will come to pass which people like
    • fact, the result will be that Western civilisation will pass
    • pass such a criticism on the existing generation are
    • must now be something, which passed over into the
    • grave, but passed over beyond death; and round this one
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    • to suit the kind of understanding which passes current with
    • detrimentals who have brought us to this present pass. And so
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • of us that passes away with death. We are completely taken up
    • may perhaps take years of trying, but the passing years stand
    • passing that it is not that a scientist of spirit is a
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    • certainly do not pass this judgment lightly for I am quite
    • our feeling life and our passions are related to our dream
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    • passive copies that imitate the outer world, that they do not
    • spiritual world when we have passed through the gate of death,
    • with a human soul that passed through the gate of death many
    • our knowledge does not remain purely passive (though in this
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    • passed through the most varied metamorphoses and has reappeared
    • with sense impressions are in a sense taken more passively by
    • the experience through which the soul passed in a pure world of
    • the experience of the day to pass in part vividly before the
    • accustomed to abandon itself passively to the external facts,
    • recognized how passively man accepts this external reality.
    • gain the power to pass over into objective spiritual reality
    • being has passed through the gate of death, continue their own
    • accessible to us, and passes as a stream of forces through
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    • consciousness which is encompassed by the real world.
    • continuing existence of the soul we are not therefore bypassing
    • in which he had made notes. I would like to read a passage from
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    • man has passed his life on earth in a succession of
    • re-birth. The times which man passes between death and
    • instinct along into the time we pass before our physical
    • the time we passed through in the Spiritual world, when we
    • Luciferic powers would like to bring it to pass that at a
    • the Earth, but only human beings who pass through life in a
    • that he cannot in his next incarnation pass in the right way
    • can undertake one of three things: One, to pass his life in a
    • and pass through life holding both in equilibrium, regulating
    • hand, men can decide to pass over into that super-intellectual
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1
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    • consist? It consists in the passions being so quickly aroused
    • have to say things that immediately arouse the passions of
    • pass. But when you do think of it — and what an
    • Rubicon of the modern cultural impasse. Whoever always wants
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1 (alternate translation)
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    • human body. It has passed the highest point of forward
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    • pass by means of spiritual science And that it can
    • passes on to different points in universal, in cosmic space.
    • passing over as living form into the future. Then through
    • things will be observed which today pass by entirely
    • consciousness, may come to pass in our epoch — in order
  • Title: Man and Nature: Intellect in Man and Nature Bereft of the Gods
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    • into the realm of the Ahrimanic Powers and passes with them
    • The Nature by which man is now surrounded will pass away, and
    • Nature — “will pass away but my words will not pass
    • individual human being. “Heaven and Earth will pass
    • away, but My words will not pass away” or My words in
    • human skin and is received into Christ, this will not pass
    • and our ears hear will all pass away with the Earth. Only
    • super-sensible worlds. He is encompassed by it as soon as he
    • the reverse when the human being is passing through his life
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    • passes over into another — in the sense Goethe meant when
    • he said the green leaf passes over into the colourful
    • metamorphosis, the human head passes over into the sombre,
    • setting the blue colour into movement. For every time we pass
    • essentially superphysical. Passing from the bright colours
    • just passing over into the sense of sight. Therefore he must,
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    • image, is obliged by means of compasses and lines to
    • and mysterious process is enacted in the soul that passes
    • were, and passes over into the soul of the other. This is a
    • the brain is contained pours into the spinal marrow, passes
    • Breathing, with its plastic rhythm, passes in and out of the
    • illiterate who passes through life asleep with a primer under
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • is that when wheat is used as a foodstuff, the grains of wheat pass
    • of outer Nature. The knowledge we thus acquire passes over into a different
    • by providing that this knowledge passes over into another sphere. Just
    • passes into his service and constitutes his power. Through the Spiritual
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    • evolution, in man's passage from incarnation to incarnation
    • take it into himself, to take part in it, not to pass through
    • apathy which passes everything by and occasions great moral
    • each person we meet is to lose oneself passionately in the
    • through intoxicating passion we lose ourselves to the world.
    • between apathy and the passionate intoxicating devotion to
    • action, between apathy and sensuous passionate devotion. The
    • obstacle was placed in the way of sensual passion. Even today
    • what is called sensuous passion. As people were gathered
    • when it is passionately manifested; when it appears merely as
    • and more. It will come to pass that in the Anthroposophical
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    • of higher worlds that He incarnate in an earthly body and pass
    • which distinctly passes through death, a life in which
    • provided ye are able to perceive that a God has passed through
    • fact that One of their number passed through human birth and
    • the time when the Christ, who had passed through death, taught
    • character that it will never be surpassed. This event consists
    • in the passing of a God through the human destiny of birth and
    • and death, because they themselves had not passed through birth
    • Christ, by passing through the Mystery of Golgotha, is
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    • this passes through the generations so that in a certain sense
    • abstractions, who look up passages in the books of the
    • into this ego? Christian evolution has passed through a
    • Christ Himself. And by what means must this come to pass? By a
    • Earth evolution that wisdom which passes over from the Sun to
  • Title: Eternal Soul of Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • taken seriously, if we do not pass lightly out of habit over
    • and passively experiences the thoughts of these external
    • these than the passively acquired ideas of ordinary
    • occurs in human consciousness when the familiar, passively
    • has lived in former lives on earth, and then passed through the
    • that we then live through as real when we pass through death.
    • our eternal inner being when we pass through the gate of death
    • while the images otherwise proceed, and we accept these passing
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • A person's comprehension of Truth must encompass all other
    • encompass immortality. If we understand the human soul, then
    • finds the ‘I,’ and when he widens it to encompass
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    • today's lecture no doubt reminds you of a passage in Goethe's
    • commentators usually provide curious interpretations of this passage.
    • passage, but it all amounts more or less to what is said by a
    • of the passage is that Goethe, as well as earlier writers of
    • power over him. The reason behind this passage is a strange
    • when some of our contemporaries pass judgment on spiritual
    • to pass judgment on something must be the one who has
    • more encompassing, as it included not only his own life but
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture III: The Origin of Suffering
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    • compassion for the tragic hero and sorrow that such suffering
    • and encompass the suffering of others. The poet must be able
    • himself, allowing his soul to become ever more encompassing.
    • that compassion leads to understanding of the other, whereas
    • and passions; animals also possess an astral body. In the
    • body, the bearer of pleasure and pain, cravings and passions,
    • compassionate out of his own free will, not because of some
    • consciousness, transform out of compassion the suffering of
    • widening one's consciousness to encompass other beings? It is
    • through widening our life to encompass the lives of others,
    • compassion for all creatures.
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    • themselves passed through. When a person has become
    • mission and passed over into another embodiment. A new
    • will pass over into a new embodiment, just as it has passed
    • all, it must pass through the love of self In Faust, Goethe
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    • all kinds of passions, lower as well as higher, and also of
    • encompasses a great many things. It is a time when all the
    • bodies and pass over to the child. Therefore, as long as
    • cared for. Impure thoughts and passions harm them just as
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    • person does not follow his urges and passions blindly; he has
    • just where a descending line passes over into an ascending
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    • being is still connected with the ether body, there passes,
    • first of all pass over into the condition called
    • spirit, albeit not our spirit — whereas passionate,
    • science is neither remote from life nor passive; it aims to
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    • noticed to pass across the church wall. Soon it was a topic
    • compassionate and loving.) When wisdom warms the soul, love
    • compassion unite with wisdom, no genuine help can be
    • is surrounded by people full of compassion, but without
    • wisdom transforms his compassion into action. Basic to all
    • all-encompassing love. Love will stream towards us from the
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    • in a person's existence. During that short time there passes
    • individual now passes through a condition during which he
    • which there is no water. Instincts, cravings and passions are
    • physical body. Someone who has purified his passions already
    • three extracts, a person passes into the essentially
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    • Rosicrucianism has been passed an by word of mouth to members
    • which the student passes through these preliminary stages of
    • development of the World-Soul, which passes through the three
    • cravings, passion and sensuality. The plant stretches in
    • material passes from the old plant to the new is
    • eventually be refuted. What passes over to the new plant is
    • pointed out, one's spirit must widen until it encompasses the
    • encompasses the whole universe so that he can say to it all:
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    • within the. person concerned; it has already passed over into
    • all-encompassing consciousness through which knowledge is
    • encompassed the depth of nature and spun its wisdom from
    • pass through death. Watching the plants, he felt the force of
    • in nature. These thoughts were passing through Wagner's soul
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    • not. Consequently, they could not pass judgment on something
    • with any understanding of a certain passage from the Sermon
    • attitude. The passage, when rightly translated reads:
    • and disposition of the spiritual scientist than this passage
    • spirit, is a drop from the sea of the all-encompassing
    • structure does indeed pass through innumerable evolutionary
    • passage from the Sermon an the Mount is a truly wonderful
    • pass through many stages. Before the stage of initiation was
    • the will must be passed through. As a plant must go through
    • pass through the experience which culminates with the words:
    • way the one to be initiated must from stage to stage pass
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    • develop new forms of being. Passing through death and the submergence
    • spirit, must pass a trial. Such a self-desired trial always calls
    • the next Three Kings Day passed and no
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    • of humanity, and the fact that its soul-life has passed through
    • kind of higher ape, and that from this stage he passed on to a
    • What remains from his sleep, would therefore pass over
    • ruler is the human organism, which is will, instinct, passion,
    • because they think that he followed his instincts and passions,
    • instincts and passions.
    • is driven by his instincts and passions. Why? — Because
    • the spiritual behind these instincts and passions, he can only
    • see an instinct or a passion and nothing spiritual behind
    • them. Yet when an instinct or a passion rises up in man, evil
    • passion, even behind the most brutal ones. But to-day man
    • instincts and passions. In the future this will be possible. It
    • advancing the view that instincts and passions are the driving
    • passions, instincts and desires are ghostly spectres, which
    • namely the instincts, passions, etc, such as we see them
    • passions, yet he regards with contempt the general belief in
    • in the belief in the spectres of instincts and passions, which
    • organisation, whereas impulses, instincts, desires and passions
    • his development, and even pedagogy must be encompassed within
    • being, the instincts and passions, as they are imagined to-day,
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    • the case. But a full, encompassing comprehension of this
    • his three bodies and passed over into the astral world, so that
    • individualities passed through the human stage upon the Sun
    • human conditions. Also upon the Moon a host of Beings passed
    • passed through their human stage upon the Moon, the
    • (at the LAST SUPPER the juice of grapes was passed round, not
    • Christ appeared and passed through the Mystery of Golgotha. In
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    • About this time of year we always pass over from one period
    • at that time of the year when it does not pass through any
    • living. When the old year passes over into the new year, the
    • pass through the consciousness of the earth. The earth has a
    • along over the surface of the earth, you do not only pass
    • through its atmosphere, but you pass through the thoughts of
    • throughout the year, unite when one year passes over into the
    • us now pass over from this mystery, which can fill us with a
    • transition of one annual cycle into the next, let us now pass
    • the course of human evolution we shall have to pass through the
    • such a way that our soul passed through a phase in which its
    • passes through the. mineral consciousness, so thousands
    • of years ago our soul passed through our astral body, through
    • cosmic new year! Our soul's consciousness then passed Through
    • when our inner soul-consciousness passed through the astral
    • add about 4000 years to the time which has passed since the
    • shall again pass through our astral consciousness, but
    • upon a higher stage. Our soul will again pass through our
    • Twelve months of the year pass by from the union of the earth's
    • to another union. Twelve thousands of years pass by from one
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    • after a certain time had passed, the so-called Dark Age will come to
    • regarding the passing over into the light age, and what we also must
    • The man of old passed by these plants and became sad, so that even his
    • hair becoming limp. While, when he passed — let us say, by red blooming
    • has to pass over into knowledge that is flexible. It is something dreadful
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    • us say, through a mountain pass. This pass has overhanging
    • perish, or perhaps it was only the passengers who were killed
    • mountain pass a long time before the rock fell, and they would
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    • you see, this judgment was actually passed upon Faust at
    • one time, and the context in which the man passed it does not
    • had himself become a school teacher and passed on this nonsense
    • pass judgment, you do it in a certain way. Let us take a random
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    • failed too, and others passed, but it all happened as expected.
    • Many years passed. By chance a very unusual event followed. The
    • break off the chain of causes at his birth and pass over to
    • which will pass through the gate of death — it could,
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    • world and letting it pass through us, we really do receive
    • will really come about will be that the souls now passing
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    • in the course of our passage through the Saturn, sun, moon, and
    • up this watch, but how this act of will passes through the
    • post-Atlantean humanity has to pass through various
    • just discuss a few passages in the fifteenth lecture about the
    • person passes from existence to nonexistence, a portrait of him
    • passes from the cerebral cortex into a kind of motor zone, as
    • physiology tells us. One thing passes on to the next. This is
    • selection of passages. I certainly wanted to show you that
    • denies the will, I read you the passage from “Mental
    • lets mental images pass, for they are only another word for
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    • when they have passed through the gate of death. This is of
    • it is an atavistic one. After passing through the gate of
    • observation of actual life, people pass lightly over all
    • those who have passed through the gate of death, the
    • pronounced judgment; to have judged, to pass
    • go. Then everything passes into verb form, or at least passes
    • But the important thing is that when we pass over into
    • visionaries, passionate enthusiasts, Lenins, Trotskys,
    • fanatical, visionary, passionately enthusiastic. Wills can
    • what must come to pass in the seventh period, but is even now
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    • passes unnoticed by the man of today with his abstract
    • to live when we have passed through the gate of death.
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    • we come to a very remarkable passage. He says; “A fearful destiny
    • a period of the supremacy of great wisdom succeeds that of passion and
    • wisdom succeeds that of passion and delusion.” For, as an abstract
    • Catholic men you will find, in all passages where a certain point comes
    • Catholics. In passing I should like to point out that I am not at all
    • gone on for fifteen years since when eighteen, nineteen years have passed;
    • of passion and illusion.” People should recognise, however, that
    • they must pass the Guardian of the Threshold with greater thoroughness
    • consciousness-soul man must in some measure have passed the Guardian
    • of the Threshold. He can let this happen the easy way by passing in a
    • lasts, mankind in one incarnation or another will have to pass the Guardian
    • men to pass by unconsciously or he can in freedom make the resolve to
    • listen to Spiritual Science and thus experience something in passing
    • also is something that, in the decisive moment of passing the Guardian of
    • of wisdom succeeds that of passion and delusive conceptions.” Where
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    • up outer perceptions through his senses, the soul can become passive,
    • of coming to a passive condition of the soul when reflection and sense
    • of the Cross is allowed to pass for a Church Father of authority, and
    • senses. To pass through it, the soul has to get free from itself and
    • it should give itself up passively to the will of God.
    • or unconsciously passes by the Guardian of the Threshold. There he comes
    • passing will be suppressed. What is suppressed, however, what is not
    • there. Any man passes by the Guardian, but by reason of present education
    • the passing through certain spiritual impulses may be outwardly masked
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    • as I told you that today in the natural course of evolution man passes
    • not enter consciousness at all. You can see the passage of the book,
    • say—the passing from the fifteenth to the sixteenth year, and
    • is first perceived by us when we pass into the spiritual world through
    • And even this comes to an end when we pass the gate of death. Science
    • with the world into which he will enter once he has passed through the
    • from which he comes on passing through the gate of birth. They have
    • this shadow too will pass away and men will have no thoughts at all
    • appeared with a certain shamelessness in the moment of passing over
    • to hatred, this passing from blind worship of authority to hate—all
    • pass the time of day is best for just those people who are seeking the
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    • in the way of charlatanism but seriously—that the passing over
    • men, must in this sphere, too, pass through the stage of materialism.
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    • had Christ not been crucified, had He not passed through death, it would
    • It is only when having passed
    • a gateway. “You must first pass through this”, they said
    • Greece, the northern barbaric culture still had much to pass through
    • the time that passed between Plato and Goethe, a rather long culture
    • of what happened as the eighteenth century passed into the nineteenth,
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    • century passed into the nineteenth; where does Goetheanism stand with
    • the passage over from the human to the superhuman. Thus we see Goethe
    • his passing the Guardian of the Threshold in the early nineties of the
    • after going through the region of the Threshold, after he passed the
    • Beautiful Lily as a mighty Imagination, after passing the Guardian
    • to find the passage over to the pictorial for which Goethe strove, then
    • find the path an which to pass the Guardian of the Threshold, the path
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    • worse could be said about them. However, with the passing time
    • astral world has been passed through during Kamaloka, you enter
    • type. One person may pass a picture and experience nothing
    • before the image. People pass one another, the one says of the
    • of the world of feeling thus not enabling the passing by to
    • passing away. The noblest feeling of love, creative love, must
    • either totally pass away or need an enormous length of time
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    • derived from feeling, willing, from passion, the remainder is
    • connected to the will and passion is thrown out, he finds a
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    • to our self, something which surpasses birth and death. Here we
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    • érzésünk, hogy mi látunk. Bizonyos módon ott passzív az, ami
    • itt aktív, ott viszont aktív az, ami itt passzív. Ebből
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    • the principal entrance the motive meets you, whereas here you pass it
    • one that is to meet the eye, or is to he passed by. It is the same motive,
    • and pass from the outer to the inner architecture. I believe that when
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    • Passing on to-day to the
    • we pass on to the paintings in the smaller dome, I am indeed in a peculiar
    • which humanity had to pass through at the beginning of the fifth post-Atlantean
    • Picture 7: So when we pass
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    • and then passed into folklore. This Faust still lived in the
    • transition as those in which Faust lived the old is passing
    • To fame unknown, who sought with honest passion,
    • Faust a passing whimsy:
    • which, as described by Goethe, he has passed through up to
    • Faust is passing through an inner experience. He and Wagner
    • passes through during his life, knows that reason is not
    • we shall pass through the gates of death as spiritually
    • required by man only after he had passed through animal
    • The passage must I elsewise render,
    • short passage, and we may be sure that many seeking spiritual
    • knowledge today, coming upon such a passage will say: What
    • particular passage belongs to a late period of decline.
    • For no one who really understood such things as the passage I
    • passed through the first seventh part of our culture-period,
    • that will last on into the third millennium, has passed; the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • he was all that older and had passed the great experiences,
    • events through which he had passed. We must realize,
    • Spring air of the April night just passing into May;
    • attention in passing to the fact that the first part of the
    • he has passed through:
    • occurred to no one to apportion the passages correctly. It
    • elemental. The following is a wonderful passage:
    • grown clear, and Faust is able to pass from a lower
    • Faust had to pass. He is not just a vigorous man enjoying a
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    • attention to the fact that here, in the passage of course
    • this passage it always makes me realise anew how it is taken
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    • moment that the threshold is passed everything is in constant
    • pass over into a different state of consciousness that
    • the same time, however, you have one of the passages from
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    • Now we pass on to the
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    • Before” to pass before his soul, has an opportunity to
    • picture form, and which then passes over into external
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    • While passing through the earlier stages of our evolution we
    • these earth-lives, as men we passed through earlier stages of
    • the ancient Mystery-wisdom. It is a wonderful passage in
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • passed the gate of death. It is just with such a concentrated
    • ith those who have passed through the gate of death. And
    • connection in this life, after they have passed through the
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    • example, the passage where the Dorides bring in the
    • other and remain strangers. In this passage, the relation of
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • the eye in perspective; for them it was a passing from one
    • passes away so quickly, it contains something most profound;
    • they mean, what they stand for, passes over into the
    • the purely human, the animal from passes over, merges, into
    • not in its deeply mysterious, inner aspect. The other passes
    • unperceived in its passing. We sink down into a spiritual
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • experience, without which we cannot pass beyond
    • establish ourselves in life with our will that passes over
    • our stand in life with the will that passes over into action,
    • these two feelings must find a crossing-point from a passive
    • other, more Protestant error, where a man remains passive
    • belief in Christ, by a passive feeling of being united with
    • Christ, he will be saved. This twofold passive relation to
    • — is what must take the place of passive Christianity
    • come. It is only when this coming age has passed over from a
    • Christianity that is passive to one that is active, that it
    • passages in the second part of Goethe's Faust that you can
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    • that has already passed, and one would have to leave some
    • when he must have experiences in the world which must not pass
    • away together with that which passes away with the physical
    • and more that there are unsurpassable limits and borders before
    • outer life we give ourselves over to passive observations and
    • that that which he passes by stands before him as it is out
    • And in a picture the fact of the passing through the gate of
    • passed through the gate of death. And one also gets to know the
    • themselves have passed through the gate of death. That which
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    • who bypassed the “I.” These priests stood as
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    • for the soul not only to feel compassion towards other people
    • but to have compassion for the whole of the rest of nature, and
    • words, through the passage of Christ on earth, the spiritual
  • Title: Haeckel, "The Riddle of the Universe," Theosophy
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    • movement has passed will be aware of what sharp words and what
    • development, been passing through a materialistic stage of
    • a specially important passage in the lecture Du Bois-Reymond
    • material and passes beyond the knowledge of the senses,
    • apparitions of the higher worlds pass before the spiritual eye
    • able to understand those passages, for instance, occurring in
    • through which the human soul has passed on its upward
    • passage: “We see God in the stone, in the plant, in the
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    • — when they passed through the gate of death.
    • which passes through the gate of death, not on what is
    • passed into the universal ether. And those who fought against
    • passing on the human thoughts to the cosmic ether, — did
    • the spiritual inwardness, has passed away. It must first be
    • passes through the gate of death with a contracted soul.
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    • humanity has been passing. I cannot help thinking to-day of the
    • In the years that have passed since we were last together, you
    • avail. Once and forever, man has passed into the epoch when he must
    • death and a new birth he passes through the world of stars to which
    • centuries it will pass through others, that during the day it passes
    • for example, were to pass up to the head, the head would be without
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture II: The Soul Life of Man ...
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    • and the astral body pass through from the time of falling asleep to
    • impressions made upon us by this world of sense. Now when we pass into
    • world of Spirit through which we also pass before birth and after
    • his consciousness is extinguished when he passes beyond the world of
    • When we wake from sleep we pass over into the world of animals,
    • world of sense. When we fall asleep, we pass beyond the world of
    • senses, and the senses pass away with the body. In like manner, the
    • ordinary thoughts acquired from the world of sense pass away from us.
    • connected with the material world, drift away from us when we pass
    • we pass through death.
    • love, of piety, when the time comes for the Angel to pass on to the
    • of Existence has passed, man begins gradually to long for earthly life
    • He who before his earthly life, during his second passage through the
    • automatically, and out of passions and instincts express love for our
    • permeated it with idealism. But when we have passed through the
    • When a man here, in physical life, passes through the Gate of Death,
    • being is no longer within this physical corpse. When a man passes
    • he is to pass from a decline to a real ascent, man must overcome the
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • passions, whereas up here you were merely experiencing the
    • otherwise have come to pass only in the course of centuries.
    • were held in high esteem. These were times which had long since passed
    • obstacles everywhere and takes on a more passive character. The
    • understand what comes to pass on Earth. In the external national
    • souls who pass through the gate of death from the soil of the Western
    • part of the Scandinavian peninsula who pass through death is to impart
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    • generously supplied for the young man stopped. Fichte passed his final
    • passage in the Bible, and similarly while he was living with the
    • incident was passed over, and up to the spring of 1790, that is for
    • discourse there passed also what he was. He even attempted at that
    • but the judgment at first passed upon the book was now toned down.
    • ideas now passing through the world. He was so independent a nature
    • ourselves in reciting and listening inwardly to those passages
    • August, that noble spirit, if we passed on without pointing out
    • to illustrate this I should like to read out a passage from Fichte's
    • That passage
    • Goethe and Karl August. The whole Senate of Jena University passed
    • pass on without drawing attention to the manner in which he did it.
    • Erlangen, Fichte passed the remainder of his life in this world at Berlin.
    • passed in review one by one the various epochs of history. But it
    • fist now and then; and indeed matters came to such a pass that the
    • by a passage in a letter to Fichte of 24th June, 1794, in which he
    • the following passage:
    • into the water, because he had conceived a passion for it which he felt
    • direction, lost in the mysteries of nature till the shepherd passed
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    • Christmas festival, the 25th and 26th of December, had passed and
    • such as have become customary in our time in imitation of the Passion
    • impossible to accept the Passion story at any other time but Easter.
    • were passed on by oral tradition. They were never committed to
    • We want to pass our while with singing in this space.
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    • dispassionately, perhaps even a little grotesquely.
    • this picture before us quite dispassionately, perhaps the
    • that the teacher, having spoken these words to his pupils, passes on
    • passage through the gates of death. He gives out his teaching in a
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    • enter the spiritual worlds without passing through a deep upheaval in
    • spirit is eternal and undergoes transformations, passing from
    • truth. They must have once passed through the feeling of the fleeting
    • to fix their interest on this coming forth and passing away again,
    • the path that Arjuna must take in order to pass from the everyday
    • passes from one incarnation to the next. The soul wakens to know
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    • transform one's sympathies and antipathies. To quote a passage from
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    • man has passed through many different stages. Thus, in the period of the
    • how they come into being and pass away again, but he would ask no
    • and passes before its senses. Why isn't this the case with man?
    • realize that judgments are passed that originally are quite correct
    • enabling us to consciously pass into the region of
    • Zarathustra. In the twelfth year of the child's life this soul passed
    • since passed. We experienced them long before we met them with our
    • passions and enthusiasms. In ordinary life man is so little fitted
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    • from the materialist age that is passing.
    • passes through the gates of death into the spiritual worlds.
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    • been surpassed in later times. Suppose further, having said this, he
    • Then follows all that passes into the depths of Yoga, from the third
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    • that had passed through many incarnations and reached its eminence by
    • hard work and special striving, passed over into the body of the Luke
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    • real depth, even afterward when it passes over and becomes the
    • especially true of the age just passed, from the fourteenth and
    • of which men's souls were passing on in the descending line of
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    • cannot pass through. One who can see reality can see in a
    • constitution of the soul was all passive. The world of pictures came
    • Age — rising to Brahma with passive souls.
    • passive as before — a being interwoven with the world, devoted
    • and in the following passages, to his break with the Theosophical
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    • Mysteries, whether Eastern or Western: contact with death, passage
    • nothing that our souls pass through successive human lives; we go
    • completely changed when, after our passage through the spiritual
    • shocks pass quite naturally over the soul when the whole course of
    • which we shall have to speak — to pass beyond the standpoint of
    • Death”; the second is “Passing through the Elementary
    • by this means can the Threshold be passed into those worlds through
    • which a man passes between death and a new birth. That is what I
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    • forces in his soul which far surpass those needed in ordinary life.
    • has sprung, as it were, over the abyss of the Void, to pass into the
    • he can and will meet those souls who, having passed through the Gate
    • death pass over the Earth; we see disease and pestilence. And. the
    • physical body and the etheric body into a kind of plant by passing out
    • going to sleep in the evening he passes out of his physical and
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    • feels himself united in some way with spirits who have passed through
    • the same bliss. But gradually he would pass on to the feeling which
    • of it all? I know nothing about that being who passes from incarnation
    • outside its sheaths and has passed through the “cosmic
    • etheric body after passing through the life between death and a new
    • So it was brought to pass that the Egyptian Initiate met the Cosmic
    • a person die, when one knows that he is passing out of the physical
    • God. As one feels with a person when he is passing into the spiritual
    • God took leave of the spiritual world in order to pass over into
    • in order to partake in the gradual passing away of a God who was
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    • innermost being of man; with that which passes through the various
    • the Sun and Moon as they pass through the signs of the Zodiac. (I am
    • and Moon during their passage through the signs of the Zodiac. The
    • so often torn by passion, as he is found to be by those who read his
    • are revealed in certain passages of the second part of Faust or
    • innermost depths the most deeply hidden passions and forces are
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    • in secret societies, to those who had passed through certain degrees
    • through books. We have passed from intuition into intellectualism.
    • masses. In our times, truth passes into the individual intelligence
    • forces by means of which humanity en masse passed from the
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    • The animals are crystallised passions.
    • himself from evil. But never yet has he passed through a crisis as
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    • body, the astral body — the seat of passions and desires — is
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    • science. To enter a Brotherhood he had to pass certain tests and swear
    • rainbow, according to the passion by which it is animated. Each
    • passion has its astral colour. Besides this, the astral body is, in a
    • When the Initiate has purified his astral body of all animal passions,
    • the physical body. Its forces must pass by way of the etheric body.
    • stamp of the hierophant who had imparted it. A man who had passed
    • pass into the realm of soul and it will be stillborn thought.
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    • the animal soul. By their fusion the passions are tempered,
    • passions and desires. This often happens in the case of mediums. The
    • shall be strong and that he shall be master of his passions. Yoga must
    • If it is said that compassion suffices, our answer will be: compassion
    • training. Compassion without wisdom is weak and powerless.
    • element of good. A Persian legend says that Christ once passed by the
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    • through which they passed was accomplished, in three stages: life,
    • passed through the stages of death and resurrection in initiation and
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    • Then he is ready to pass to the second stage of the Christian
    • of his inner life. He must therefore be able to remain impassive in
    • of Thorns. If this test is to be passed without danger, the powers
    • silence, to pass the zero point at which all external sound has
    • Such is the Mystic Death. When a man has passed this stage, the
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    • an end. Man comes from other-where and passes other-where.
    • scientific works there is a wonderful passage on the essence of the light
    • “The colours are acts of light — its active and passive
    • impassioned cry to the gentlest word of reason, still it is Nature
    • passing in the entire mass.” [Theory of Colours. Preface.]
    • world is that it teaches man to know himself. Feelings and passions
    • passions in the astral world he sees them as animal forms. These forms
    • learns true self knowledge in contemplating the images of his passions
    • astral body the memory of the life just passed; then the etheric body
    • slowly dissolves and the astral body passes alone into the astral
    • soul ready to pass into the spiritual world — into Devachan. Such is the
    • the essence of the experience itself is retained. The passage through
    • demonstrate and reveal the hidden truths. For humanity is passing
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    • of feelings, passions, emotions and impulses of the soul. To inner
    • the astral world; the rite becomes beauty. This came to pass
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    • connected with the body. After this, the soul passes into Devachan for
    • of the individual but upon his karma, his desires, passions and his
    • is conserved and is fit to pass into Devachan after death. Here on
    • Earth. With unbroken consciousness, he passes from earthly to heavenly
    • rebirth, are themselves determined by the passage of the Sun through
    • this symbol? It is an image of the soul passing through the kingdoms
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    • express the passage of the Sun through the Zodiacal constellations.
    • Strife and passions appear in the form of lightning and thunder. Thus
    • This has nothing in common with the passive contemplation and more or
    • the events of the world. Everything that passes through the astral
    • reverse. We know that matter can pass through the most solid to the
    • At this point, the Initiate passes to a sphere beyond the world of
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    • soul.” This passage describes the period when the gills once
    • passed into its self-created dwelling place and began to
    • been proved by man. Human intelligence cannot pass beyond this limit.
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    • passes through other conditions of consciousness. During dreamless
    • One stage further and deep sleep becomes a conscious state. Description is impossible, for this condition passes beyond the limits of comparison. All that can be said is that it exists.
    • Such are the seven states of consciousness through which man passes,
    • and he will pass through others too. There is always one central
    • human kingdoms. In each state of consciousness, therefore, man passes
    • In order to pass from one form to the other, a new spirit is
    • necessary (the action of the Holy Spirit). In order to pass from one
    • of the Son). In order to pass from one state of consciousness
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    • We know that before developing to its present stage, our Earth passed
    • This power of giving form has passed from the Gods to men, in so far
    • life of passions? — The fire which was inbreathed by the beings
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    • fluid forces emanating from the planet Mars. Before this passage of
    • that is a result of this passage; all substances containing iron such
    • forces — of constant movement — shot through by impulses and passions,
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    • Try to conceive of man without a physical body. He would not pass
    • passions, and it was there that those Spirits of Fire who had not
    • home in the animal nature of man where the passions unfold, and at the
    • same time they imbued these passions with higher qualities. They
    • capable of enthusiasm for ideas, of being passionately for them or
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    • actually around us now, passed out from us in a preceding epoch when
    • the Earth will have passed into the Devachanic condition where the
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    • wishes, passions, etc. It permeates the physical body in the
    • form of a cloud. There are colours — violent passions
    • eighth chapter. This is the passing out of the astral body
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    • physical body. This the master brings to pass. The disciple
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    • Meanwhile the consciousness of a person who has passed
    • who had raised himself up to encompass the consciousness, the
    • world with the senses. If one does not pass through an
    • i.e. the self in man that passes through all his
    • is the passage in the twelfth chapter, verse 28:
    • “All this should only have come to pass once Elias has
    • many other passages in the gospels. John asked, “Art
    • of particular value and importance. Humanity had to pass
    • birth and death was only a passing episode. But then man had
    • “God-man”, should pass through one incarnation in
    • way that the life pulsing through the elements passed through
    • broken.” You know that this reminds one of a passage in
    • back to the corresponding passages in the Books of Moses. But
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    • of printing. Previously, theosophical teaching had been passed on orally
    • The astral body is the seat of everything we know as desire, passion,
    • intense passion flashing like rays of lightning out of the astral body.
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    • desires and passions, which live in what we call the astral body. Ordinary
    • people do not see their own passions, but these may sometimes become
    • becomes clear for the first time when he passes from the astral world
    • in the battle, but the passions of the opposing armies, and these appear
    • passes before him in silhouettes and pictures, and what he sees is not
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    • hover above the physical body, inactive, like a passive image; it works
    • How does the soul pass
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    • pass from one constellation to the next, and people chose as the symbol
    • states of mind which the ancients experienced as the Sun passed on into
    • Devachan, a man is surrounded by all the passions and feelings of his
    • physical and astral organs is that physical organs are passive and allow
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    • and passions, the process of dissolution goes slowly. Sometimes the
    • substance in the passion experienced by the parents during the act of
    • impregnation, and the passional nature of the child is determined by
    • the intensity of the passion felt by the parents. After this, etheric
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • important that the subtler influences which pass over to them unconsciously
    • people who write and pass judgments are quite immature. You have to
    • passes through repeated lives on Earth, and that when a child is born,
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • and inclinations change much more slowly. A passionate child, for example,
    • or if he saw and passed by many things, but only as an onlooker, all
    • way; and this meant that many passages were not expounded but undermined.
    • to be found in a family of musicians, and is passed on from one generation
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    • who did it passes into Kamaloka, but first he has to witness the occurrence
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    • no mistakes, but the astral body makes many. The passions and desires
    • this law. The Earth, with everything that is on it, has passed through
    • shone out as Sun. The planet Sun passed through the same process and
    • man passed through the mineral kingdom; but to think of it as anything
    • passes through the various stages of his life, as child, young man or
    • it. Saturn passed through seven such Rounds or Life-conditions. In each
    • transformations, or Form-conditions, so that Saturn will have passed
    • find that our planetary system has to pass through 7 by 7 by 7, or 343
    • individualities, we find a remarkable passage. But the great Initiates
    • above all they leave some work for the human being to do. This passage,
    • body, as with planets today, could be added. Thus on Sun he passed through
    • days of the week reflect the occult doctrine of the passage of the Earth
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    • After the passing of a
    • the original seat of passions and desires — they took up their
    • and earthquakes. In the end, Lemuria was destroyed through these passionate
    • the main groups passed through Ireland and Europe to Asia; everywhere
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    • is another. In this state he is aware of pictures, dream pictures, passing
    • in the physical world; that is how impressions from higher worlds pass
    • in the astral body signify — what passions, for example, they
    • will find that a given passion is always represented for everyone by
    • man and other beings always appears as astral light. Passions appear
    • each day passes exactly like another. But he can at least pursue certain
    • of nature is rhythmical — the course of the Sun, the passage of
    • the body, is not subjected to the more grotesque passions. But as a
    • must first pass through the stage of spiritual sight and only then comes
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    • passed beyond dogmas; we hold to the inner truth only and have no use
    • it responds readily to the currents which pass from East to West, from
    • leaves to the plant. Just as man passed through the plant and animal
    • and pass on to another only by your own free choice.”
    • the pupil allows the first chapter to pass through his mind for seven
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    • on these exercises we can pass to exercises of real Imagination. Take,
    • pass out into its surroundings. The actual space occupied by the object
    • of passions.
    • when the very substance of the passions of the Fire-Earth begins to
    • rebel. Aroused by men's passions, it penetrates through the Fruit-Earth,
    • If this passion from the Fire-Earth thrusts up some of the Earth's
    • near the surface. Human passions and the “passion-substance”
    • of this layer are related; when men give rein to evil passions they
    • strengthen its passions, and that is what happened at the end of Lemurian
    • times. Through their passions the Lemurians made the Fire-Earth rebellious,
    • and firmer, but there is still this connection between human passions
    • and the passion-layer in the interior of the Earth; and it is still
    • an accumulation of evil passions and forces that gives rise to earthquakes
    • theosophical conception of the world must pass over into feeling —
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    • talk about passive prayer, passive meditation, that they must not
    • for recognizing when this stage passes over into the next. For now
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    • state behind the gestures. It is this that passes into the child's
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    • instead of the passivity that is the normal condition of
    • compassionate charity
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    • But this is not just a passive happening, something being taken in by
    • of passive reaction, or something similar. People simply do the
    • activated. It is not just some passive human process. There is
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    • arise out of today's passive thinking? How must priests and
    • remain totally passive. That is the peculiar characteristic of our
    • science are quite passive, inactive, idle. This lack of creative
    • completely submerged in the current passive science. Today human
    • one wants knowledge. With today's passive thinking one can only
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    • death. You will understand the passage of Christ from the Father to
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    • talk about passive prayer, passive meditation, that they must not
    • for recognizing when this stage passes over into the next. For now
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    • state behind the gestures. It is this that passes into the child's
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    • instead of the passivity that is the normal condition of
    • compassionate charity
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    • But this is not just a passive happening, something being taken in by
    • of passive reaction, or something similar. People simply do the
    • activated. It is not just some passive human process. There is
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    • arise out of today's passive thinking? How must priests and
    • remain totally passive. That is the peculiar characteristic of our
    • science are quite passive, inactive, idle. This lack of creative
    • completely submerged in the current passive science. Today human
    • one wants knowledge. With today's passive thinking one can only
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    • death. You will understand the passage of Christ from the Father to
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture I
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    • sensible passes over directly into the supersensible, into pure
    • old had known that our earth, after having passed through its
    • Beings who have passed through the evolutions of Saturn, Sun and
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    • scientific knowledge we call to mind what it was that, after its passage
    • the outward expression, the expression made by its passage through
    • feel the form it makes, just as the tone of the violin bow, passed
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    • passed through a kind of cosmic night, the whole formation appeared
    • cosmic musing there then came to pass a separation of gaseous from
    • separation constitutes what comes to pass on the third
    • the initiate passes a certain stage, and feels himself in the
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    • Then we pass on to
    • When we pass on to
    • is organised when we pass across the plate the bow of a violin, and
    • way. There is a passage in the Genesis account which has been a
    • passed over to these Beings the task of carrying out in detail what
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    • the passage in which the words ring forth And God (the
    • also? If you read the relevant passages in my
    • something akin to what is intended in Genesis in the passage where
    • our passions — in short, all that happens through the
    • this passage faithfully with a real sense of the associations which
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture VI
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    • must pass over into our flesh and blood, that in clinging to external
    • of which we can say that it has passed through an existence in pure
    • passed through their lower stages of evolution in a long distant
    • passes into the condition of sleep. Suppose that the last thought he
    • with it? We pass beyond and above matter into the spiritual. Anyone
    • “day” of creation with the appearance of man, if we pass
    • century make of this? It says: “We find in one passage the name
    • Elohim, in another the name Jahve. Clearly the two passages derive
    • were to say: “Of course, if we compare the passage where Ariel
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    • and many other pictures pass through the soul ofJohannes Thomasius.
    • man has to pass through a stage in the course of his esoteric
    • cosmos had assumed the form it now has, encompassing the earth, that
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    • account confirms this. In the passage on the fourth day of creation,
    • the Luciferic element, hence became more violent, more passionate,
    • passage of that book we come to a description of the Luciferic
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    • when man has passed through his evolution upon it. Thus we can say
    • These are the depths beneath that passage in the Bible which says
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    • describe the being of man? Wonderfully! The passage is a model of
    • passes over into Atlantis, one would have to say: “And the man
    • speaks of the descendants of Noah. Thus this passage must be
    • other passages — tol'doth), and should assume a third
    • the corresponding passages in the Bible. If one works
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    • far surpassing the knowledge that present-day science can offer. And
    • life, He passed through the gate of death. What this passage through
    • look into super-sensible worlds. For the passage through the gate of
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    • of human beings realise that unless a wave of spiritual revival passes
    • perception of the divine and spiritual passed over into the views that
    • nationalistic passions and false forms of socialism; until they learn
    • “In Christo morimur” — In Christ we pass
    • passes through the gate of death and in which he will sojourn between
    • nationalistic passions as people are swayed to-day is completely
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    • soul. Just as material culture encompasses the whole body of the
    • harmonisation of all passions and desires, of all human, personal
    • uttered words of impassioned wrath. This is evidence to us that he
    • — we call Christ. But a name cannot encompass the Divine Spirit
    • into which man will pass after death is expressed in this saying.
    • entered upon the path of His Passion. Only when having passed through
    • Divine Impulse came down to the earth, passed through death
    • When the individual personal element had passed through death, had
    • Christ was within Jesus and passed through the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • Christianity, it is a matter of realising what actually came to pass
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    • It would be foolishness to believe that because Christ passed through
    • Resurrection. Then we shall be able, in the right way, to pass from
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    • with birth and death because its existence is wholly passed in the
    • incarnate in an earthly body and with His own divine soul pass through
    • You see, therefore, that what came to pass in the Mystery of
    • divine Being resolved to pass through human destiny on the earth in
    • is inevitable that modern humanity should pass through the stage of
    • Christ Who had passed through the Mystery of Golgotha and then, in a
    •  “that a god has passed through the Mystery of Golgotha.
    •  “in the Mystery of Golgotha there came to pass something
    • through the fact that One from among them passed through human birth
    • mankind has passed through that period in evolution which as it were
    • founding of a new religion. With the Event of a god passing through
    • surpassed. To one who understands the nature of its founding it is
    • matter. But in that Christ has passed through the Mystery of Golgotha,
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    • reach and compass than the sphere of religion as we normally
    • and astral body have passed out of them and all the impressions of the
    • waking life of soul passes away, and in the present cycle of human
    • bodies, the world into which he passed was not a world of darkness and
    • ancient Greece. Then, having passed from the scene for a time, we find
    • into the physical body, and having already passed the middle point of
    • physical life is the one and only reality. Now he passes into the next
    • men if, before passing again into the spiritual worlds, they fail to
    • in the spirit. And men would come to this pass if, with the loosening
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    • wisdom was ready to pass into Nirvana, he made his way to a steep
    • by pointing to the passages
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    • from earthly, physical existence, to pass beyond earthly incarnations,
    • every day that passes we grow into the spiritual world. So too, death
    • not encompass with love. So too, if Christ is with us, “not to
    • understand and accept what has come to pass as fact, as reality.
    • will understand, not only the Christ Who has passed through death, but
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    • must now be spoken of.) When a man has passed through the gate of
    • experience, or have passed through the gate of death. Those who have
    • passed through will still have the right understanding of the
    • thoughtlessly passed by this third great forewarning to mankind given
    • pass through an incarnation without the living warmth that love alone
    • appointed time will come to pass.
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    • at first the external world should pass this by, or even treat it as
    • this one day, he passed through the gate of death. Thus for the
    • dream-experiences. Another thing is the knowledge that passing through
    • naturally continue even when the gate of death has been passed. We can
    • the dead and with all other spiritual beings, was going to pass away.
    • the Mystery of Golgotha came to pass; and the Gospels have evoked
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    • And for those who in consequence of these events have already passed
    • on to the Earth and passed thro' earthly Death for the salvation of
    • the human being passes when he forsakes this earthly body. We are
    • repeated earth-lives, and that the time which we pass here between
    • we pass in the spiritual world between death and rebirth. From many
    • man has to pass between death and rebirth is much, much longer than
    • this being has previously passed a long time in the spiritual world
    • it suddenly came back to him who he was. The interval was passed quite
    • are passed in the manner we have often described. Immediately after
    • separates from the body should, during the whole time we pass in the
    • — the preceding life; this we call the passage of the human soul
    • death and rebirth. You already know that we pass our physical life
    • this, and learn more and more of the life which man passes here in
    • whole Cosmic-ordering, that you pass your life at definite times in
    • the last night passed here in life, passing to the preceding one, and
    • especially in our present time, how many relatively young men pass
    • incarnate. Among these then, live such souls as pass through the gate
    • But if he has passed this thirty-fifth year then it is quite
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    • existence, and who, in spite of their passage through the gate of
    • Thus we are encompassed by a spiritual environment of pure being, of
    • he has to deal with; he knows he must be active or passive, according
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    • the individual successive earth-lives through which man passes. We
    • the shot, was intended for the earth existence. It has not passed into
    • passes through between death and rebirth. Those men who have thus gone
    • through death so pass through the intervening stage, between death and
    • spiritual world in a different fashion. We say that those who pass
    • certain sense, passive in our innermost being, and if we wish to raise
    • which makes existence of value. Into that world to which men pass
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    • he passes here, while incarnated in a physical body. We must
    • world and passes through the gates of death, at first there remains to
    • have experienced. But since he passed away from us through the gates
    • spiritual world, but that the consciousness of those who have passed
    • active in so doing: but it may remain more passive in reference to a
    • will realise that after the soul has passed through the gates of death
    • from the souls whom they can contemplate more passively than those
    • We then look back at our external world here, which is encompassed by our Ego.
    • into the compass of what we can designate as the
    • persons who have a sort of longing, a sort of passion to order their
    • all that is enclosed in the human skin. When at a certain age we pass
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    • the egg, that which we shall be after we have passed through the gate
    • and especially after his conviction. Let me read the passage:
    • creaked slightly, the sound passing across the room from the door to
    • passing a group of legal officials who were engaged in heated
    • to again take up these documents, but in passing a corridor where
    • to pass. Finally, he overhears a conversation, whereby he learns that
    • later, after he had been dragged by passion into crime, he had
    • time which immediately follows the passage through the gates of death,
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    • legendary person, passed the thirteen days between Christmas and the
    • world through which he had to pass, and from and beyond which he must
    • man has passed through a condition which now causes him to find his
    • traversed the land while the snow fell, and passed through the country
    • passivity as regards the ‘limitations of our knowledge,’
    • centuries passed; that which was formerly carried on below in the
    • Passion week and the solemnity of that Sunday accompany us through
    • read you the passage, for one cannot relate it as beautifully as it is
    • any instruction about the Christmas Festival. They had to pass
    • And for those who in consequence of these events have already passed
    • on to the Earth and passed thro' earthly Death for the salvation of
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    • nerves situated? For the principal nerve-cord passes through
    • being must pass through the experiences of these twelve stages. He
    • he has already passed through he will also retain within him. The
    • the Christ passed. This can be recognised in the thirteenth chapter of
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    • sorrow, emanates from his astral body. Love, passion, joy, pain,
    • to activity. What has been changed into rhythm passes over into the
    • has no need to pass through Devachan. This is called the renunciation
    • by someone whose instincts have passed through catharsis. In the
    • All western nations have developed activity, passionate desires. An
    • karma, passes over into wisdom. Wisdom is the daughter of karma. All
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    • passage, then the tympanum, and in the inner ear the little auditory
    • complement to the passive sense of hearing. What in the plant is
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    • primeval rocks out of plants. The plant kingdom gradually passes over
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    • seven planes. Relationship between the passive and active organs: ear
    • develop no warmth are also without passion. At higher levels man must
    • again achieve this passionless condition, because he has his life on
    • from warmth: passions, impulses, instincts, desires, wishes and so on,
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    • him, can lead him upward to his higher self. Passion should not be
    • higher stage. This purifying of passion, this leading upwards of its
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    • divinity, who on the Old Moon passed through physical development.
    • the thought passes outwards through the larynx. The next stage will be
    • that feeling, warmth, passes outwards. Then the word will be the
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    • developed. Here one no longer perceives a picture. Warmth is a passing
    • senses goes over from the passive to the active. The passively
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    • for the entire content of the soul; for passions, emotions, impulses,
    • different and changing. Green shows sympathy and compassion for one's
    • passions.
    • be manifested, the Earth must pass over into an astral condition in
    • which forms can develop. The Earth then passes over into a Mental
    • passages from H.P. Blavatsky, the ether. In this Ether-Earth
    • are only a few months old. After this the Earth passes over into its
    • passionless. Whoever therefore reads only in the Astral Light, for him
    • strong and passionate emotions in regard to the actions of the great
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    • physical world around him, then all impulses, passions, changes of
    • pass on from the reflected impressions of the senses and allow an
    • of the Masters of Wisdom to pass through our souls — through
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    • body. Man enters into life filled with desires, impulses and passions.
    • In so far as he masters these impulses, desires and passions, he is
    • passing away, but a return to the ‘Wesen’ (being) out of which the
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    • way by Dionysius to his pupils, who then passed it on further. These
    • This teaching about the Gods, as given by Dionysius, encompasses three
    • During the time he is passing through Kamaloka and the lower
    • elapse before the sun passes from one constellation of the
    • passions approached him in the form of auric pictures in which lived
    • sphere the experiences pass through an involutionary process so that
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    • the dead as to the one who has survived him. He who has passed over
    • to pass over to the next Globe, he will depart with the slag and
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    • Then the purely personal, individual Karma passes over into the
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    • achieved great skill. It is necessary for man to pass through the
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    • sorrow, passions are actually present, just as physical objects are on
    • far as not to be at the mercy of his passions — our civilisation
    • the thought is connected with an intense impulse of passion, it has a
    • Thus people who are still very undeveloped but very passionate create
    • But through the strongly passionate thoughts of human beings there
    • when he ennobles his passions and desires to an ever-greater degree.
    • passions are hindrances and act in a retrograde way. Everything
    • The substance in astral space which is pressed together by passionate
    • passions, meditate, creating strong thought forms, they conjure up
    • spiritual predecessors stand occultly bound up with the passions and
    • the one side striving to purify the passions, the other side striving
    • passion-filled human thoughts are one kind of astral beings. They are
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    • passions and so on. Now everything which is of a higher nature lifts
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    • artistic activity in theosophical life. The passage through the Astral
    • astral plane. It is only when feeling passes over into action that it
    • kingdom. A silent, unobtrusive, passionless stone possesses for
    • and passions. There is usually only one area where they have pure
    • passions are usually very little involved. Because the majority of
    • with their instincts and passions they are involved in their ideas in
    • clear, passionless thinking, needs no other opinion.
    • the ground; the Vedanta wisdom ascends in passionless purity and
    • to introduce these passion-free thoughts; still more so in the drama
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    • transformation. Then he would pass over consciously from one world
    • into the other. This passing over would be no death for him, and for
    • animals and so on, the animal instincts and passions, were still
    • instincts and passions had first to be ejected. Thus through the
    • much denser astral body, with wilder instincts, impulses and passions.
    • replaces passions with ideals, instincts with duties, and develops
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    • passed over in the seed condition, went through a Pralaya and then
    • wild and passionate. On the Earth he had still to purify himself in
    • passed through is: Old Saturn, Old Sun, Old Moon, Earth. When the Sun
    • They passed over to the Moon. There also they had the possibility of
    • pass through as many incarnations as are necessary in order to bring
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    • the end of its evolution. It again passes over into an etheric Earth,
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    • complexity as it passes through the seven Globes. The lesser forces
    • astral and passed over to the following Round.
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    • Planet we must consider seven Rounds. The passing through a Round may
    • models. They were put together from outside. The whole then passes
    • He could also do nothing about the lower passions coming over to him
    • to develop in astral substance his passion for premature spirituality.
    • other planets: new passions, less vehement but conceived on the basis
    • Gold, silver, platinum and so on all pass through certain conditions.
    • pass over once more into the seed condition.
    • passing through a Kingdom represents a condition of life.
    • this sheds its light into the next Round when man will have passed
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    • of the Godhead to pass through him and illuminate objects. The human
    • light to make the solid objects visible. Because the light passed
    • through him, man himself was formed. Before the light had passed
    • condition when man let the light pass through himself. Then a complete
    • actual fact man has been built up by having passed through the
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    • under, how the World which preceded our Earth passed away. On the Old
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    • the Earth, salt and so on. In his food therefore he passed through the
    • civilisation passed through in regard to nourishment. Firstly came the
    • Then the entire human being will again be etheric. It will pass over
    • not bring it about. For this he must first pass over to the
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    • expression. It has merely passed through the ancient Greek
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    • characteristics he then passes on to his progeny. The human being thus
    • of earthly lives and this is but a special case of an all-encompassing
    • destroyed, it leaves nothing of its form that could be passed on to
    • here preserved and passed on.
    • passions, desires, and of the ever-changing content of sensation and
    • solution of this riddle. Only when one seeks to encompass reality in
    • appropriate reaction. Impassivity must be directed toward the right
    • but rather seek it out; through compassion they redirect their
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    • far surpasses what man is able to produce in the way of intelligence!
    • bestowed upon him by heredity and cannot be passed on by the man
    • the soul life of the animal passing into death, all that the animal
    • can experience through its species also passes into death. Everything
    • passes its existence do give rise to experiences in its life of soul.
    • displays passions that are in keeping with its organs, the human
    • being unfolds passions which are possibly far more injurious and are
    • of a core of being in man which passes on from life to life, because
    • inherits is dissolved by death can pass into another spiritual
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    • penetrate to the finer psychological influences passing from man to
    • see when, passing from the gesture expressed in movement, we turn
    • In all the most important passages in it, it is clear that what
    • movement, expressed also in animal instincts, passions and so on —
    • bodily organization, and the soul passes its life in accordance with
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    • conceiving whither the soul and spirit pass when, at the moment of
    • through which they had passed, they had entered into a definite
    • individuals were wont to pass into a mediumistic condition, and when,
    • longer passionately eager for knowledge; we are merely inquisitive and
    • look at it merely passively, but fixes his gaze upon its yellow
    • solar element passed through a lunar metamorphosis. Today the riddles
    • surrounding space is made free for the passage of those souls who must
    • more, passing in their descent through the sphere of the moon, and
    • body, it passes out into this purely material universe.” On the
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    • our solar system, had long since passed away, that the space it
    • outer corporeality of what passed away with the Moon-existence or was
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    • disappears when we pass into yonder world. And whereas we behold many
    • When man is passing through these stages after death, or also in the
    • then becomes part of himself when he again passes into physical
    • passes through the gate of death. He beholds the life of instinct, of
    • cosmos. The moment when, passing through the gate of death or through
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    • unthinkable within the compass of earthly existence. It is thinkable
    • an astral atmosphere which encompasses the earth. The plants
    • have different forms is due to the fact that the moon passes through
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    • what the years that have since passed have also told us.
    • historian, Herman Grimm, who, as you know, has since passed into
    • pass historically before my soul.” Even the complications that
    • us. The soul that is in each one of us, the soul that has passed
    • us in this age in order to absorb objectively and dispassionately what
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    • ideas as eternity and the passing moment, the light of the spirit and
    • the highest aims of his endeavour. The passing moment always brings
    • necessity to search in this passing moment of our lives for what is
    • the passing moment. “Tarry yet, thou art so fair!” and
    • passing moment, “Tarry yet, thou art so fair,” it must
    • passing moment the basic mystery of his greatest poem. It seems then
    • that what we live in — the passing moment — is in opposition
    • the universe; one thing passes over into another, the later being
    • from the mysteries and initiation centres pass over into the general
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    • initiation or by passing through the gate of death. A clairvoyant then
    • comes this feeling: In passing through various earthly cultures. I
    • point we shall pass beyond the Guardian of the Threshold, and try to
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    • passing is made through the gate of death. To the occultist these
    • passed through during the ascent into spiritual worlds are akin to the
    • disillusion, and so on. Were we to envisage the whole compass of what
    • impulses, desires and passions, in his feelings, ideas, and the
    • must lay aside his egoism in order to pass over selflessly into the
    • nothing, can pass over into the spiritual world. We thereby prepare
    • When a man passes through death, he has not the identical forces he
    • I have passed through the gate of death? How does my soul live
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    • that, after crossing the threshold, after passing the Guardian of the
    • time — time experienced in the passing moment — with the
    • physical world, so the eternal is hidden behind the passing moment.
    • passing moment, in accordance with its quality, is permeated by
    • guaranteed eternity in the passing moment; in every moment it is
    • existence — the passing moment and eternity — is everywhere
    • it that eternity sometimes appears as the passing moment, that the
    • temporal, the transitory, the passing moment and eternity on the one
    • eternal; I live in the passing moment and crave for eternity.” In
    • long for the passing moment.” If you now turn to the book,
    • since man passed through a transition out of a state of spiritual
    • evolution passed over at that time from the spiritual into the
    • been preserved, namely, a longing for the passing moment and for all
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    • passing moment to eternity, and the relation of the darkness in life
    • un-revealed, to fix the eternal in the passing moment. Hence it is
    • we may call the manifestation of the eternal in the passing moment.
    • give the passing moment back to eternity, that is in Ahriman's power.
    • would preserve each passing moment for eternity. Many men, as soon as
    • they have passed the gateway into the super-sensible world, find in
    • destined for the temporal and the passing moment. Because the urge is
    • one to carry into eternity what is held in the passing moment?”
    • preservation of the passing moment in eternity, and cannot
    • into man's physical life as two poles. Man as a soul passes through
    • between birth and death to something happily passed through and yet
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    • demand that we should dispassionately grasp and understand what is
    • in the world nowadays by judgements born purely out of passion and
    • case. Say that someone wishing to pass through the stages of
    • with the passing moment and has no wish to raise itself to the light
    • passing moment into eternity. But it is not willingly admitted that
    • on the walls between each window. As you pass the first mirror you see
    • steps toward initiation, it is in truth as if you passed before all
    • If through initiation he passes from earthly existence to cosmic
    • that the spiritual vision can be directed to the passing of the Buddha
    • will see how, as a Bodhisattva, he passed through many incarnations.
    • pass through the gates into super-sensible worlds. I wanted to evoke a
    • because, were the human soul to pass into super-sensible worlds before
    • twentieth century, a super-sensible event will come to pass in the
    • of man, into what passes from human soul to human soul. There,
    • disguised fear and dread of truth. This is said quite dispassionately,
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    • they are the emotions and passions of criminal natures hostile to
    • In passing from perception to
    • But when we pass to our feeling
    • something so subjective, it cannot directly pass over into the object
    • to what we will, with respect to what passes into our actions through
    • motion — in order that this can come to pass, the whole
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    • have passed since our childhood, back as far as our memory extends,
    • from his body he is really able to enter into the realms we pass
    • passed out of his body by returning into the life which he had
    • previously lived in the spirit, he has thereby passed out of space.
    • And with respect to what we have just described as the passing of the
    • Anyone who passes out of his body
    • that when one has passed over the point which we have still to
    • describe, midway between death and rebirth, when one has passed that
    • we have passed through the period between birth and death. During the
    • much power into us, that, when we pass through the portal of death,
    • rebirth and the life we afterwards pass in the physical body. We then
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    • the past; and to regain this knowledge we must pass beyond the veil
    • experienced the perceptions which pass into it from Imaginations,
    • we have passed the portal of death, to shape a new life for ourselves
    • When we pass on to our will, to
    • beings. From this we know that what has come to pass through a
    • knowledge we must pass beyond the veil of sense-perception.
    • gradually became dim and dark. Had this not come to pass, man would
    • passed through the Mystery of Golgotha. Into Christ we let sink the
    • and when we pass through the portal of death, our unborn feeling
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    • passive experience, the wisdom and the law that Nature contains.
    • or by passing through the portal of death, we enter into the
    • the case in which we have passed through an illness. When in physical
    • In the physical world we may pass by objects and observe them in such
    • other hand, we may pass stupidly by and ask nothing at all. We shall
    • opportunities. Thus we pass by objects and events without answering
    • have to pass on; we have to enter into our next incarnation. The
    • of it, so that we shall not pass by the next time when the same
    • question is asked. This is how things come to pass.
    • effects that there is a Christ. Christ exists and can pass by human
    • passing through the portal of death. We provide ourselves with the
    • right impulses to pass through the portal of death, when we find the
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    • only know about ourselves. In the physical world desire is passive,
    • When a person passes the portal
    • the point of view taken by the dead person when he has passed through
    • himself who has passed through the portal of death, something is
    • rebirth commences, we might say that the person who has passed the
    • like a bowl, there are the stars, over it pass the sun and moon. Man
    • globe as a firmament above us. Now when a person has passed the
    • this idea, which passes through the human soul at this point is Maya;
    • somewhat as follows: The one who has passed the portal of death is
    • This period passes. The period
    • enjoy and suffer, we live in our passions and we develop impulses of
    • passed the portal of death and that we have left someone behind on
    • have passed the portal of death we have left behind one whom we have
    • When we have gradually worked out of the condition we must first pass
    • passed the portal of death they are unity. The creative soul-force
    • those who have passed the portal of death as our companions in the
    • that whereas in the physical world longing is the most passive force
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    • lecture before the last, this will pass into the instinctive life of
    • Hour of existence has passed he can use this to strengthen his
    • suffers a certain loss in the spiritual world. When he has passed
    • knowledge of them only up to the time when he passed through death.
    • may begin to have vision of these souls, until they have passed the
    • better it is for these souls to pass first through this period of
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    • pass?” Let us not forget that we are living in the age when the
    • Christ was once present in the man Jesus and passed through the
    • Christ passed through the Mystery of Golgotha, but the real
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    • the experiences we shall encounter when we have passed through the
    • simply pass on from birth to death, as most people do to-day, we
    • feel a fraternal interest for what is passing in another's soul.
    • own initiative, and will not fade away with the passing of youth.
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    • of the many things that have passed through our souls in the course
    • needs as a consumer, shall continually pass over into the spiritual
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    • all this, in order clearly to describe the point at which we pass,
    • Goethe. Only where we pass on from kinematics to mechanics can we
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    • of light, passing along here, is caught on the opposite wall. We now
    • apparatus, pass through the water-prism. If you now look at the wall,
    • below. If therefore we cause such a cylinder of light to pass through
    • again the cylinder of light passing through space, impinging on the
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    • induced especially by the passage of a cylinder of light through a
    • If we let light pass
    • passing over into yellow, and at the upper edge a blue passing over
    • IIIa). If I now made a cylinder of light pass through this double
    • through; it therefore passes through more easily and retains more of
    • light, due to the aperture through which we caused the light to pass.
    • the eye it first passes through the transparent cornea, then through
    • to pass, we find it very like any ordinary liquid taken from the
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    • passing through the prism, the light gets darkened. The moment we
    • contained as specific substances in the light. Passing the light
    • criss-cross through the other, how can this simply pass
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    • so as to let the light pass through the oil while you look at it from
    • object passes through, by the time t. This therefore is the
    • the distance s the body passes through, and the time
    • (if I may say this in passing), people are still too much obsessed
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    • When the light passes from a more tenuous into a denser medium, to
    • crystal cube can exist by virtue of what it is within the compass of
    • is really electro-magnetic rays passing through space.
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    • on this passage.) He also recommended chemical and photographic
    • complicated, forever coming into being and passing away again. It
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    • electric currents are passed through them. So that in fact, that
    • out, evacuated. The electric current, therefore, is made to pass
    • and let it pass a magnet, — it will naturally be diverted So
    • when in Nature we pass on from the phenomena of light, sound and
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    • phenomena produced by the passage of electricity through tubes in
    • content in the matter through which it passes.
    • generate the electric current; we pass it through this tube in
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    • sorrow, of happiness and suffering, of passions, impulses, desires,
    • pain; I have these impulses, desires, or passions.’ But surely we
    • sufferings, behind our joys, behind our passions? Are we able to make
    • inner world, behind the world of our passions, impulses and
    • which we pass within 24 hours.
    • man passes into a state in which he no longer knows anything about the
    • and his astral body have passed and in which he has forgotten all the
    • Thus through forgetting his own existence on going to sleep man passes
    • out into the Macrocosm. Every night he passes over from his
    • he passes into the Macrocosm. That is why it has always been said in
    • forgetfulness man passes into the Great World, when on going to sleep
    • he passes out of the Microcosm into the Macrocosm. So we can say that
    • Macrocosm, means that at the moment of passing out of the Microcosm
    • into the Macrocosm, he must pass through the stream of forgetfulness.
    • interior of the etheric body. What the mystic experiences in passing
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    • exerted from the world into which man passes at night; it is the
    • into dreamless sleep, an influence from the world into which he passes
    • us remain cold and impassive but fills us with certain feelings. So
    • passing over to deeds, then we are given over to the
    • passing out of the realm of the Mind-Soul into that of the
    • system we can pass on to contemplate the great spiritual
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    • Today, too, we shall take our start from familiar experiences and pass
    • oneself fit for the experience and passing through it consciously.
    • passions or desires! All through his life he is engaged in ruining
    • passions and various forms of enjoyment. Activity destructive to the
    • is about to pass into the spiritual world. He must pass this Being who
    • pass this Being who deflects his inward-turned gaze to the external
    • first Being who must be passed by one who desires to penetrate into
    • he could pass on to experience a feeling of winter, intensified into a
    • and allowed only the Sun's spiritual forces to pass through. But
    • without falling into bewilderment pass this spiritual Being who also
    • Great World when we have passed the Greater Guardian of the Threshold.
    • him as active workings when he passes through the one or the other
    • portal, when he passes the Lesser and the Greater Guardians of the
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    • passes either the Lesser or the Greater Guardian of the Threshold.
    • man when, after passing the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold, he
    • force themselves upon us. We must train ourselves to be able to pass
    • that we pass the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold.
    • What is it that we see if we pass through the portal leading into our
    • Thus on waking the human soul feels insignificant after passing the
    • been described, having passed the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold, we
    • which we pass at the moment of waking. We realise too that we need
    • passed the Guardian of the Threshold we feel it working on within us,
    • But a man who has passed the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold realises
    • will pass when you wake in the morning? Nobody who has not in the
    • desires, impulses, urges, passions, and so on — are transformed
    • These are the feelings that stream through us when we pass the
    • pass the Guardian of the Threshold.
    • feeling, we say to ourselves: The march of world-evolution will pass
    • evolution pass us by because we have contributed nothing towards it
    • to the Earth and the forces which pass us by, are tearing our true
    • being asunder. In this moment of passing the Lesser Guardian of the
    • the moment we are passing the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold: These
    • fettering us, and there is still reason for cosmic evolution to pass
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    • idea of what it means to pass the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold. In
    • intelligible. — When we come into existence, having passed
    • Thus man learns to move in the regions through which he passed before
    • fashioned from the spiritual world through which the man had passed
    • pass into the state of sleep — and also, for a short time, what
    • But then the main part of the etheric body passes away from him like a
    • and his next birth. What there passes over as a second corpse into the
    • has passed backwards spiritually to the point where he arrives at the
    • Thus during his Initiation the pupil passed through a cycle leading
    • up to the teacher, the pupil is then able to pass back through the
    • because we take mineral substances into ourselves and let them pass
    • for us to pass through our first physical embodiment because we were
    • through long periods of time, during which man has been passing
    • body we come upon the mineral kingdom and pass into it. Not indeed
    • man passed through his first incarnation and when the mineral kingdom
    • sleep and then pass on to speak of the macrocosmic spheres into which
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    • passing into the Macrocosm, for a man would lose hold of himself and
    • first world through which he passed was the one that would be revealed
    • a very faint reflection of the feeling a man has when he passes the
    • indicating that the inner man is passing out into the Macrocosm. Such
    • therefore, losing consciousness while passing into sleep —
    • qualities, his desires and passions, his sense of truth or the reverse
    • when he enters the Elementary World and to be safeguarded from passing
    • Initiation passes into a world in which there are spiritual beings
    • to pass in the World of Spirit. Accordingly, whatever has reference to
    • Hierarchies and pass on to their deeds which come to expression
    • differently. An impression of the world that is reached after passing
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    • It was said yesterday that when a man passes into the Macrocosm he
    • melancholic to the element of earth. When a man passes into the
    • pass the “Greater Guardian of the Threshold.” It is this
    • which cannot be entered in the right way without passing that mighty
    • pass into the Macrocosm. Whoever has not sufficient strength of will
    • pass from there into a still higher world and of this we will speak
    • briefly. As human beings we pass from incarnation to incarnation. If
    • When we pass from the World of Spirit into the World of Reason we meet
    • analogies do not take us very far; we must pass on to the Beings
    • worlds unless with clairvoyant consciousness we were to pass on to the
    • higher world, whence come the forces which enable us actually to pass
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
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    • constitution. When man wakes from sleep his whole being passes out of
    • place on waking; it contracts more and more and then passes into the
    • reason is that when the Ego is passing out of the Macrocosm into the
    • and allow certain others to pass through — these latter being
    • the passage of the Sun through the twelve constellations of the
    • him. Just as the Sun's passage through the constellations of the
    • built up by the World of Spirit. At the point where the nerves pass
    • which would otherwise simply pass through him. He must himself create
    • expression of impulses, appetites and passions; because man is endowed
    • passions of man. With his red blood man exists as a being who, in
    • lotus-flowers and is conscious of having attained it, now passes on to
    • in order to pass from the symbol itself to the activity which created
    • into or passing out of the World of Spirit when he goes to sleep or
    • The successive epochs change and man is constantly passing through new
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    • personal opinions, wishes, desires and passions from his higher life,
    • logical thinking and then discard it in order to pass over to thinking
    • outside. On passing the Guardian of the Threshold the Ego is
    • Just as the Sun passes through the twelve constellations and has in
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    • passing through the evolutionary stage of intellectual thinking in
    • the past. Through memory, man passes out of the present into the past.
    • life there is no need for him to be constantly passing into his higher
    • were move from one event to another, pass from one entity to another.
    • a kind of space; we must pass along this line as if it were a line in
    • passes from ordinary memory to the higher form of memory possessed by
    • the immediately present moment — which has even now already passed
    • inscribed at all, for there Time becomes Space; we pass from one point
    • logic of the heart; at the present time he is passing through the
    • through dispassionate, intellectual reflection but by a direct
    • extinguished and then passes into a new phase.
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    • the Earth passes through successive incarnations, just as the human
    • being passes from one incarnation to another.
    • lying in the bed, while the astral body and the Ego pass out into a
    • Now let us think of a man passing over into the state of sleep. He can
    • begins to lose its power, plant-life passes into a kind of quiescence.
    • this individuality who passes from one incarnation to another. We can
    • into the future. Man passes on into his following incarnations with
    • dispassionate, intellectual knowledge we feel warmed in soul to such a
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    • encompassed in the simple, unequivocal but significant
    • passing before his soul according to certain laws. These
    • the gate of death is passed through. In the spiritual world we
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    • who just lets it pass him by, or at the most approaches it with
    • body. In a sense, the soul is by-passed. This brings
    • son had passed over and that his soul was helped on the other
    • — could never come to pass in this
    • passages where the opposite view is proved. But this is
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    • but instead of passing over into the dullness of
    • unconsciousness we pass into another world, which we then
    • passes through the gates of death. What happens to the human
    • soul when it passes through the gates of death is similar to
    • being will all disappear, decline and pass away like the
    • the wonderful words of Christ: Heaven and earth will pass away,
    • — will not pass away. We can say that
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    • passed through the gate of death. I will give you an actual
    • seer found a man who had passed through the gate of death, leaving behind
    • little time after he had passed through the gate of death, this man said
    • Science, at the same time feeling that one or more who have passed
    • are many who believe that it is only necessary to have passed through the
    • force which otherwise would pass into the pulsation of the blood. It is easy
    • to realise that the inner life of the ‘I’ can pass over into
    • the soul-force is passing over into the pulsing of the blood. If the
    • water, air, etc., pass away; the forms of the Akasha-substance
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    • the name of Jehovah, before the Mystery of Golgotha had come to pass.
    • bears the name of Christ passed through the Mystery of Golgotha and
    • Golgotha without considering the fact that the Christ passed through
    • the super-sensible worlds after death. The moment he passes through
    • as Christ should be able to pass through death, He must first have
    • Christ, in that this Being passed through death in order to share
    • Mystery of Golgotha. When we look back we remember what came to pass
    • passed through a death similar to that of human beings. When He again
    • more, as men passed into the spiritual worlds through the gate of
    • by materialistic human souls who had passed through the gate of
    • passed through death, confronted Christ?
    • incorporated into Him might pass into the earth, so are we able to
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    • certainty and knowledge. From the communications passed on to him, he
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    • He experienced the other two in connection with the four compass
    • come to pass within our movement. Anything that goes wrong in this
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    • comes down to this: Research and science pass through various
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    • Nevertheless, mankind had to pass through an age that took its course
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    • reached by outer nature — because they even surpass this final
    • My dear friends, you need not have insights that surpass ordinary
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    • follows the tortoise that he passes through each point that the
    • tortoise passes through. Ideally this is so; in reality he does
    • He does not pass through each point of the path of the tortoise. We
    • a description: here I have a ball which will pass through this
    • thinking “Achilles must pass over every point covered by the
    • The moment we pass over from kinematics to mechanics where force and
    • reversible. We cannot pass from the present state of the earth to
    • not agree with the calculation. The latter passes over reality. It
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    • demonstrable fact of the outer world. When matter passes into the
    • the substances on the earth and with the passage to the solid
    • Now if we ask ourselves how it can come about that with the passage
    • properties that takes place in the passage from the solid through the
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    • vaporized by passing through the boiling point, I cannot keep it in an
    • are at this point (a) you can reach c by passing along the line.
    • You can pass back again and again reach the point a. In brief, if I
    • without leaving this dimension and likewise one cannot pass through
    • can I represent that? I can pass over from the line to the surface,
    • conceive of the heat condition passing along a rod as confined
    • can pass back again to the boiling point and get a liquid from the
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    • produced here in this vessel passes through into this second vessel.
    • are not familiar with it. What people know, they pass their own
    • realm of physics. If we pass by the elementary things in our basic
    • pass over from the mechanical realm into the realm where heat is
    • passive concepts through which we apprehend the world, are closely
    • consciousness is enabled to take up the passive concept world.
    • properly considered, awake only in the passive conceptual realm. What
    • border of the real inner when we tried, as it were, to pass from the
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    • increase and its reappearance when the whole body has passed into the
    • own passive concepts, by which we represent the world, are really a
    • activity passes over into another. Especially is this difficult when
    • produced passed over in all directions on its surroundings.
    • And again, when we pass on from the fluid to the gaseous, we come to
    • point we pass from the terrestrial condition of the solid body where
    • when we study these phenomena we cannot avoid passing from the
    • the fourth dimension, thus passing out of space altogether? Let us at
    • to pass over into the spiritual when we enter the imaginative realm,
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    • and pass it through the air, you are continually cutting the air and
    • this observation, for we see that when we simply pass the pencil
    • contributed by the nature of the air itself when the pencil passes
    • vessel closed on all sides. In passing from the liquid to the gas we
    • solid planet. In passing from the solid to the gaseous planet, we go
    • that as we pass through the material states, we actually come to a
    • a solid to a gaseous planet we pass through a null-point? Below we
    • see that in passing from the solid to the fluid we go through a
    • When I pass from the fluid to the gas, I have the diffusion, the
    • it is necessary to pass through the sphere. Moreover, all the form
    • into its negative only by passing through the spherical as a
    • passing through the zero point into the negative. That is to say, when
    • between the gaseous and X, you must in a similar way seek to pass from
    • processes, time and the passage of time, will thus be drawn into
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    • the passage of it into the condensation water are related to the
    • Thus if we pass over the liquid state and seek to find in the gas what
    • And now we pass to the realm next adjacent to the gaseous. Just as the
    • passing over heat, just as we passed over the fluid state below. If
    • and further you finally pass entirely out of the realm of the
    • spiritual-becoming. When you pass over the heat realm into the X realm
    • a certain way. Holding in mind this passage from solid to fluid and
    • the condensation and rarefaction in gases you pass to a region of
    • pass through the heat realm we actually enter a realm which is in a
    • pass from solids through fluids to gases. Or, liquefaction and
    • Passage through the heat realm, however, where matter becomes, so to
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    • manifesting as form. We then pass through the intermediate
    • conditions. When we pass through the warmth realm into X realm, we see
    • active in fluids. Now we can pass here to a realm U, below the solid,
    • phenomena, apparently related to the passage of light through systems
    • a passage from the condition of high temperature to a condition of low
    • consider light merely as ether vibrations. A person thus passes from
    • But now we have to consider the fact that when we pass through the
    • heat realm to the X, Y and Z realms, we have to pass out into infinity
    • pass from solids to the U region and beyond, but as we do this we also
    • imagine that we pass through first the fluid and then the solid
    • passed. That is to say, while I pass from the solid to the U region,
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    • light by allowing a beam to pass through this opening, and into this
    • passes into it, but cannot pass through. What happens we will indicate
    • cylinder of energy, let us say, passing into the sphere reveals its
    • case we have to assume also that heat passes into the sphere, causes
    • originally heat passed through, but under the influence of the alum
    • permit the light to pass through. Let us keep this firmly in mind.
    • light-heat mercury that the light passes on and the heat is separated
    • ice lens of the heat passing through it.
    • assume materialization and dematerialization, pass then to a Y and a
    • form, pass out of space when they enter man.
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    • mention it in passing. If I place an alum solution in the path of the
    • alum, to speak precisely, hinders its passage. Soon you will see the
    • matter becomes more and more rarefied, the light does pass through.
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    • virtue of its inner molecular properties passes light through, and an
    • activity, light, heat, and what takes place in addition when we pass
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    • in the path of a light cylinder made into a spectrum by passage
    • light cylinder passing through the esculin solution. The action is
    • now, these pictured pictures are really present with light passes
    • for instance) passing back again into fluid or gas, etc. In brief, we
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    • obtaining in regard to the heat state when we pass from X to
    • passing into the earth in all directions from the cosmos, a tendency
    • we pass outwards from the center of the earth toward the surface of
    • conditions? For we have passed beyond the formed, beyond what is
    • condition of space to the opposite condition. We must learn to pass
    • imponderable and have to pass through the realm of heat as we go, we
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    • pass only within the psychic and spiritual spheres. The man who
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    • can call heredity passes on in a continuous process from the physical
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    • cell, and unconsciously it sees the event of death as a passing over
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    • soul of man passes a later period of its pre-earthly existence. It no
    • the world-ether, is an experience foreign to earth, for it is passed
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    • human soul has passed in its pre-earthly existence, learns also to
    • man had passed his pre-earthly life. By combining the experience of
    • with certain knowledge of its living passage through them. For
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    • passing through not-thinking and arriving at imagining, one
    • pass through death and to become ready once more to help in a future
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    • THE life of the soul in its earthly existence is passed in the facts
    • been removed. The picture of his life on earth just passed through
    • physical life. To thought-life which is passed in reflex pictures is
    • but in a moral-natural one. The chief feeling passing through the soul
    • through which man passes after his death, the ‘Soul-world’.
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    • brain into which it subsequently passes, so, too, had Christ previously
    • upon the body from outside and was subsequently able Himself to pass
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    • a true brotherhood of men. From epoch to epoch wisdom has passed through
    • plant. The form must pass over from progenitor to offspring in the case
    • lily nothing passes over to the flower bed or flower pot in which the
    • transition to the animal kingdom. The form alone is passed on through the
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    • that pass between individuals. As a man's activity of soul is constantly
    • sheen streams out from this orb and passes into the human being. When,
    • the ego. We know that desires, urges and passions are rooted in the
    • life passes like a panorama before the human being. What is the explanation
    • body. He has now laid aside two corpses, and then he passes into the
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    • body and ego bearer pass out of the physical body and the tableau of
    • in the case of all passions.
    • clairvoyant. To begin with he sees his own urges and passions streaming
    • his urges and passions and has not been transformed and spiritualized
    • physical weapons. He would see the passions of the fighters arrayed in
    • those involved in the battle, how passion is hurled against passion. Like
    • states of warmth. It is into this world that a man passes. During this
    • rise to a feeling of blessedness in a human being as he passes through
    • incarnations and passes through Devachan ever and again. The earth reveals
    • body then does not pass in its entirety into the physical body, but
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    • are related to the spiritual world through which man passes between
    • spiritual relationships that a human being finds again when he passes
    • the other again, even when one of them passes into Devachan before the
    • has an effect upon the passion, the feeling of love. The astral passion
    • remembrance and foresight. But when the etheric body passes into the
    • Theosophy should teach us that wisdom must pass into deed, into social deed
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    • of human destiny, however, we will pass in review lengthy periods in
    • and passions. Why is the physical body the more perfect? Think of man's
    • Beginnings, or Spirits of Personality. They passed through their
    • zenith and the ebb. Thereafter, the whole planet passes through a pralaya.
    • who passed through their “human” epoch on the Sun, namely, the
    • Old Sun now passes again
    • passes away again. The process is one of the forming and disappearance
    • passing away again; thus, a liver or lung was formed in the human body and
    • The beings who had passed
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    • is something that comes into being and subsequently passes away again.
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    • passions that would not have been his lot if the higher beings alone
    • because he knows that what is intended to come to pass through theosophy
    • must come to pass for the further progress of humanity on the path to
    • passed through death during the epoch of Greco-Latin culture, the spiritual
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    • earthly events: the Christ passed into the earth's aura as the Spirit
    • what could be seen there later on, when Christ Jesus had passed through
    • aura would change, and that has now come to pass.” Then Saul became
    • contemplating the Gospel of St. John or the passages in the Old and
    • that has ever come to pass in evolution.
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    • lion this astrality passes back again to the astral plane. The group
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    • conviction brought it to pass, that in the olden times, down to the
    • to the laws of passions and desires, wishes and instincts; he was now
    • passions and desires, is a land inserted between our Spirit and our
    • Spirit passes from the unknown spheres. The innermost of man came
    • across the River of passions and desires — and when he goes
    • forces with what flows in the River, their passions would throw up
    • cultivates (frohmen) his passions, the River throws up great waves.
    • passed through the stage of selflessness. He throws it back into the
    • and the beautiful because it is no longer misled by passion, when we
    • no longer throw our wisdom into the River, but reward our passions
    • passage in the words “If the eye were not sensitive to the Sun
    • shall have come to pass, that is, that the Temple shall no longer be
    • may pass to and fro. That will be a time when all men will have made
    • It will have raised itself above the river of passions, and the
    • forces of passion will have become so pure and noble that the highest
    • above the stream of passions and desires. To this end it is necessary
    • There is a passage during the conversation in the Temple which we
    • could only pass across the River in two ways. The one was when at
    • lower world full of passions. In such noon-tide moments the elect of
    • the Spirit can pass across from the shore of the sense-life to the
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    • senses. The passage is as follows:
    • human instincts, desires and passions. When wisdom is introduced into
    • into the uncleansed passions, they become fanatical; and a man then
    • already passed in and out of this, and had sensed that mysterious
    • pass from the world of sense to the super-sensible world and vice
    • throws his shadow across the River so that the wanderer can pass over
    • on it. Besides this the way is also passable when at the noonday hour
    • rude physical development along which man must necessarily pass. In
    • passes him by, the giant takes from her one cabbage, one onion, and
    • not yet mature, is killed by the Lily. All the dead that have passed
    • Mystic. The Youth too had first to pass through these stages, and he
    • living, pass over the bridge that arches across the river. Wanderers
    • rejuvenated; old age has passed away and everything has become new.
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    • briefly recapitulate what it has previously passed through. Thus, the
    • consisted of the passions that drag man down to earth, symbolized by
    • earlier periods, and man must once again pass through briefly the way
    • something that passes. It is not a memorial festival commemorating
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    • “Nature! By her we are encompassed and enfolded, unable to withdraw
    • desires and passions.
    • human passions, instincts and the human intellect.
    • passions, instincts, desires and particularly in the human intellect.
    • against rhythmless chaos. Just think how much human passion and the
    • desire for enjoyment trespass against the rhythms of the body! I have
    • that is, thinking untouched by passions, drives and instincts.
    • these passions, drives and instincts will have been purified and
    • the level of development at which logical, passionless thinking stands
    • passed through the stage of chaos upon which mankind stands today. The
    • truthful soul, is sunk in the depth of the life of passions and
    • “Nature! We are encompassed and enfolded! ...” we may be clear about
    • science, pass over into life itself. This will happen if men practice
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    • always the messengers who pass to and fro between the two worlds and
    • encompassed an entire tribe. Thus the Christ was called "the Lion of
    • the Tribe of David." A man whose consciousness encompassed a whole
    • passed through the soul of the pupil of the Mysteries who knew
    • nature is represented by the tree in Paradise that encompassed all
    • enter. The Archangel guarding the portal let him pass. This is a sign
    • Who is to be." This points to the entity that passes through all
    • of the Cross that shows us life passing into death, but which at the
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    • physical world all that we can encompass with our thoughts in so far
    • suggestions of physical impulses and passions, but also according to
    • physical principle of growth, merely pass from below upwards, but come
    • next lecture we shall pass on to the description of the third and
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    • our desires, wishes and passions. Thus, if we disregard the higher
    • can follow the sun as it passes over the heavens from morning till
    • could be discovered about the laws of nature by studying the passage
    • planet does outside in space when it passes on its way in cosmic
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    • he would, simply by means of his Will, immediately have to pass over
    • will, does pass over into a different state of consciousness in his
    • if he is to pass over into another form of consciousness. For
    • inner life is revelation, and it immediately passes over into the
    • more the occultly developing student can bring himself to be passive
    • own, we can nevertheless understand him, because he has passed through
    • certain troubles which we similarly ourselves have passed through;
    • you poured from it a second time, so that again something passed over
    • we allow our vision to sweep over passing time, that the different
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    • the feelings and perceptions mentioned yesterday, can he pass over to
    • cause us to detach ourselves from ourselves and to pass over into the
    • the being of the Second Hierarchy then passes on into another inner
    • does not pass away, as in the case of a being of the Third Hierarchy.
    • form, how it passes from the form of the root to the form of the leaf,
    • at this stage very little can really be gained. He must pass on —
    • — he must pass over to the plants. The animals can be left out,
    • nature. Flowing Wisdom passes full of life through all beings, through
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    • foreign being as our self. We must completely pass out of ourselves
    • suffering. It has passed through the battles and victories of life,
    • Wisdom. Now let us follow the planet further. It passes through space;
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    • substance. Just as the forces of the normal Spirits of Form pass
    • through with a card; then a needle is passed through from pole to
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    • by the occult-esoteric methods we will now pass on to this external
    • of which has recently passed through the gate of death. Although these
    • being, passes into the condition in which the planetary system is when
    • If we describe man — the microcosm — as he passes before us,
    • know, realities, which pass out into the astral world and continue to
    • passing through it, that its track crosses the system. Physical
    • away, pass through our system and again disappear; follow a very long
    • more and more of this around it, as it passes through the planetary
    • passage of a comet through the planetary system an effort is made to
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    • condition, and passing from this into the ordinary condition of
    • that the old condition of our earth might pass over into our present
    • disclose to her the place where it lay. You see, this passage is given
    • the physical world. We will now pass over to the animal world. If we
    • evident directly a man passes through the gates of death. His physical
    • at the moment of passing at night from the waking-condition to that of
    • bodies of the plants and the group-egos of the animals. We must pass
    • again to the celebrated passage, written by an Initiate: “All
    • Such passages as this, in the writings based on occult vision, are as
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    • We will now pass on to show more in detail what all this really means.
    • group-ego which dwells on a planet pass through cosmic space in front
    • aspect, let us pass to the plant-kingdom. In that kingdom we see that
    • earth and encompasses wider spheres than do the individual Spirits of
    • clear that it is the same Sun which passes through all the signs of
    • the Zodiac; but that there are different planets, which pass through
    • speak of the Christ, who passes through the spheres of the different
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    • regard to the mineral kingdom, if we pass from the etheric body to the
    • etheric streams also pass down from the sun as such to the earth.
    • etheric substance passes down from the planets, and is only compressed
    • nucleus and a sort of comet's tail, which passed out into cosmic
    • prophetically. Hence in St. John's Gospel we come across a passage
    • Christ, prophetically announced. This passage, in which Jehovah is
    • influence over us, result in our being drawn away from the passions,
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    • shall pass away as your divine nature in your children, grandchildren
    • nothing here. If you do not recognize Me as your God, I shall pass away as
    • be passed on to your son so that what will live on in him through the
    • heightened while the ego power is by-passed. What is divine in man is
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    • were spoken, more than three thousand years had passed since the
    • were beset by wild and tempestuous passions could only be subdued when
    • says, “He who develops compassion and mercy shall find compassion in
    • directly into himself. So it came to pass that the God-man Christ
    • passed, some people will, with full ego consciousness, experience the
    • thousand years had passed there was the first compensation for it. In
    • already passed through death. If he has gained an understanding for it
    • effects of the event of Golgotha will pass him by without a trace
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    • lead to Osiris; the soul must first have passed the portal of death to
    • he can have something from a teacher who has passed from incarnation
    • lives they could not come to Osiris; that they must first pass through
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    • them, before the passage of one hundred years after their deaths.
    • personality of the first order until one hundred years have passed
    • Rosicrucian community until one hundred years have passed after his
    • death. Then what he has given has already passed over into humanity,
    • be pointed out a hundred years after he has passed from the physical
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    • being passes through this threefoldness in an age like the springtime
    • certain plastic activity in the brain. One might say that it passes
    • are there at work when the child passes over from the creeping to the
    • Archai. Everything through which the human being has passed in the
    • waking state. When man passes over from the waking state to the state
    • complete stillness, he passes through the quieting of his activity
    • good will into these words, a good mood that passes over into the soul
    • of the other person, which does not pass by the other person but
    • will, it is this that, when astral body and ego have passed over into
    • determinative significance when we pass through the portal of death.
    • every thought passes over into our whole spiritual human nature. We
    • in popular language. When the human being passes through the portal of
    • manifestation in his learning to walk. When he has passed through the
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    • that in these ancient times the human souls, as they passed through
    • things do not occur all at once but pass through a preparation, pass
    • the human being can pass only outside the physical body, and had come
    • did not need to pass through birth and death, for whom birth and death
    • are only a metamorphosis, had descended and passed through birth and
    • with the sun, and that He had descended to the earth and passed on
    • could no longer make anything out of this; the time had passed, the
    • connection through their relation to Christ, who had passed through
    • gradually passed over into the dead state. Suess says in regard to an
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    • pass by other human beings and cannot understand them. This too
    • is felt to grow near, in soul, to other human beings. Everyone passes
    • to you in this older generation. Men passed each other by. And in
    • observation and experiment quite logically; who does not pass from
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    • Christ away from Jesus pass as the greatest theologians today. Quite
    • there, although it was still possible for father to pass on to son
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    • happened when a man of earlier times passed with his soul into sleep?
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    • the following only from this point of view as I read you a passage
    • passage is characteristic of the attitude of most of the civilized
    • illuminate both Nature and his own life — this had passed away.
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    • passes over gradually into the life of soul, the life of soul into
    • possible with passive powers of the past, but only with the strongest
    • will. You can carry out experiments and think: it does not pass right
    • beings inwardly experienced a dead thinking once puberty was passed.
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    • To pass our days in such a way that we go to sleep at night simply
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    • you only give yourself up to that passive thinking so specially loved today,
    • only able to think passively, finding active thinking impossible. But
    • eyes; he was asked by a passer-by: “Why are you so sad?”
    • its passive form. This, however, is only head-thinking in which the
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    • suppose that a three-year-old child were to resolve not to pass
    • birds — birds of passage (Wandervögel).
    • must look at life, not at theories, when one seeks to encompass the
    • which always remains passive, but the will which stirs thinking into
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    • this in passing.
    • without thinking. Everything just passes before them. They can remain
    • perfectly passive.
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    • of taste when the milk has passed our throat. People ought to ask why
    • so today, after the change of teeth, we must simply pass over to a
    • everything the human being has passed through in the way of destiny
    • against what alone can work from man to man. Human beings pass one
    • together! Human beings pass one another by because only what plays
    • dare not experience the other human being. Thus men pass one another
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    • something is passed on from outside, something established
    • that has come to pass during the last few centuries, reaching its
    • But foodstuffs as they pass through the digestive system are
    • has been killed. And not until the foodstuffs pass into the lymph
    • shows us that what is material on earth does not merely pass through
    • pass into man's memory. These libraries contained what cannot
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    • will pass to further, more advanced stages. Secondly, you know that if
    • These beings, on their part, also pass through an evolution which we
    • for example, the following: You know that we human beings have passed
    • already passed beyond the stages which we human beings conceive of as
    • our evolutionary stages of the future. They have already passed beyond
    • two spheres: the sphere which we entered by passing through the
    • entirely of those forces within us which strive to pass beyond our
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    • After mankind's evolution had passed through the Saturn, Sun
    • Christ Being passed through the death of Jesus of Nazareth and united
    • The time of preparation has passed. Michael himself, in the
    • through the nervous system just when the latter passes through a phase
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    • Creator Beings when the Earth has passed through three further stages
    • that the Christ has passed through the Mystery of Golgotha and has
    • development has passed beyond the middle point of Earth evolution.
    • physical passes over into the spiritual evolution. For as soon as the
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    • today pass an opinion on scholasticism cannot do it justice because
    • of our human nature? The Christ impulse, that which passed over
    • ancient culture. And in our modern age, the human being passed through
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    • the fact that we have already passed beyond the pinnacle of Earth
    • Ahrimanic spirits and thus contain something which far surpasses their
    • longer pass by these things. They are not convenient. For it has
    • strongly passive in regard to their consciousness, that other
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    • going back to Yoga culture; that has passed. For the breathing process
    • how the activity of the senses delicately mingles with the passivity,
    • to prevent the people whom the train passes from getting concussion of
    • the time has passed in which we might have been allowed to indulge in
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    • which we pass as the sleep state extends into our day life; we are
    • nothing about the world in which he lives, through which he passes
    • and passes over to him. I am conscious of the fact that I speak. I am
    • waking up. They are of short duration and pass so quickly that we pay
    • they pass him by quickly and the tumult of waking life drowns them
    • him with certain personalities who have now passed through the portal
    • from a sense of duty, are little suited to pass over to the dead at
    • suited to pass over to the dead. If we remember the dead person in
    • at all, my dear friends. People pass one another in our time and know
    • do not bind us to the being who has passed through death before us. In
    • and pass through the portal of death, and if one learns to know how
    • The consciousness of these young people that have passed through the
    • passed through death's door, do not lose the souls of the living in
    • a pain of compassion; it is in reality the pain or sorrow of the child
    • themselves, but it is a compassionate grief. Do not misunderstand me,
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    • a deeper understanding of events that now pass unnoticed, that do not
    • time. People pass by the events as though asleep, and it can be said
    • body from outside; he sees the transition it passes through; he sees
    • takes place, and the one who has passed through the portal of death
    • — If one reads the most important passage of this book to people,
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    • passed a long time before. Breuer could easily hypnotize a
    • [The following quotations are translations of passages from C. G. Jung's
    • was rescued by passersby, and returned to her party, being thus
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    • [see the above quotations that are translations of passages from C. G. Jung's
    • to read you a passage.
    • so-called science. But one may catch them in any such passage,
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    • anthroposophical spiritual science. But passive waiting becomes
    • passage of time, but today we shall have to enlarge the scope
    • where she was rescued by passers-by, brought back to the house
    • founded upon passages taken from my books. In a very neat
    • passage in his book, permits us to take account of his
    • That these three activities, which before passing
    • far beyond the individual. For this all-encompassing
    • pass unchallenged. That is only a sample of absolutizing.
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    • passive reflector in the case of the body, but with something
    • let us pass through without resistance, but if we encounter
    • desires, there was a constant antipathy, even a passion against
    • passed over to her nearest students, and has been dragged
    • remain, that we pass through the hidden depths of our
    • the passage of time, simply because time so torments us through
    • unjust; so that the just, passing through Devachan, have there
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    • someone has lost a friend whose ego has passed through the gate
    • When the human being has passed through the gate of death the
    • atavistic clairvoyance. When the human being has passed through
    • taken along when a human being passes through the gate of
    • extend in flattening circles, or a current of air passes
    • passing through his eye, shows him how the forces act which
    • he passes through the gate of death. Just as we enter our own
    • helplessness of the former consciousness passes over into a
    • delicate magic, and when the human being has passed through the
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    • have already heard from me. When the human being passes
    • pass over, this time not into the shape of the head, but into
    • feeling or passion is also connected with what is reflected
    • detour through the metabolic and limb system, passes over
    • then, after the Midnight Hour of Being, passes over into an
    • the ego passes over into what the old Mysteries called the
    • passes through impregnation. There the two poles of
    • discern the passage through the incarnations. In just the
    • pass away, but my words shall not pass away. All that
    • inner forces of our organism which pass over into our next
    • shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away. These
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    • slowly passes over into the other, and long before one such epoch has
    • certain passage in the so-called Egyptian Gospel. One comprehends such
    • passages out of anthroposophical wisdom.*
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    • passed on to that body which was born at the beginning of our era. To
    • numerous as the stars in heaven.... Whereas in truth, the passage
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    • Now we pass to the third sentence. What does it signify? Here one must
    • arises — Virgin; then it passes to Balance. If we have initiation
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    • Augustine had to pass through the impressions of the most
    • Above all, St. Augustine passed through Manichaeism and
    • Augustine then also passed through Scepticism, which is a quite
    • knowledge of the Truth through which St. Augustine also passed;
    • time a person to-day passes into the unconsciousness of sleep,
    • does not pass into Unreality, and so what man apparently
    • conscious life through which man has especially to pass in the
    • Christ, Who passed through the Body of Jesus of Nazareth,
    • Then men passed on, as they developed. a little further, from
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    • incarnation for the next; from this earthly existence they pass
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    • be able to show you that the esotericist can pass through three stages
    • have passed through all that our earth has passed through. One of the
    • If we pass on to the higher Manas, we find that it has a similar
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    • dispassionate science of knowledge did not exist. It first emerged at
    • which this dispassionate, dry wisdom separated itself from the
    • all-embracing primeval wisdom. In the eighth century B.C., the passage
    • experienced as the repetition of an earlier passage through the same
    • that it has already passed through the Ram many times. The last time
    • it had passed through the Ram, man was in possession of a knowledge
    • taught that the Beings who made use of the dry, dispassionate human
    • passed through the sign of the Ram on the occasion before the last.
    • A dispassionate, cold intelligence, which is objective, is introduced
    • attained without purification of the passions, the forces of
    • wrecked. To save himself he had to pass through a whirlpool. Then he
    • and was shown the events which humanity had to pass through between
    • passions became so distorted under the influence of the forces of
    • by the passage between Scylla and Charybdis. What is it which now
    • To-day Manas has taken hold of the physical brain. We have to pass
    • Charybdis-Kama. The passage of Odysseus is a picture of this. There is
    • passions into which man can fall; on the other hand there is the
    • the dangers of the passage, and has nevertheless kept his footing,
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    • northern world. None of the currents which passed over the Flame-race,
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    • pass over gradually from the priestly outlook to that of the world. A
    • impulse did not yet pass through the thinking mind. But in the fifth
    • the rulership is able to pass over to worldly kings, who however still
    • will pass it on to the leaders of those who will develop: man further.
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    • thinking; one must not draw arbitrary conclusions and pass judgments.
    • development that it has passed through in the course of time. We know
    • one. The old Sun was encompassed by its mighty astral sheath, which
    • following his passions, you must say of him that he stands lower than
    • body. Certain passions he has so understood that he says to himself,
    • Certain urges and passions he fashions to more refined
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    • Atlantean epoch passed over into the post-Atlantean epoch? At first,
    • body in the Moon period was full of raging passions. Only later, when
    • form that the human body passed through on Saturn. Because the bee is
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    • lamp in Pisa. Step by step we follow the passage of time up to the
    • be passed before this happens. Such ancient occult principles are of
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    • in the fourth seal with its rock, sea and columns. What passes as
    • world of passions, sensual appetites and instincts. This it is at
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    • low, these when they leave the world and pass through the gates of
    • after we have found the key to it, we shall pass on to further
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    • pass it through heat to the point of melting so that it can flow,
    • through which we may pass from the outer into the inner. In all
    • spiritual science says we pass in ascending order from earth to
    • water, from air to fire, and then to light, we pass thus from the
    • which was in the warmth and has passed into the smoke, which being
    • impressed on his physical eye. Something is always passing from the
    • elementals passes continually into the man, from morning till night.
    • comfortably, merely passes through the world, but he does not work on
    • the world. Then these elemental spirits pass into him and remain
    • fact of having passed from the outer world into man. Let us take
    • death. When the man passes through death a differentiation takes
    • place between those elemental beings which have simply passed into
    • anything from their passage from the outer world into him, but others
    • transition for these elemental beings. When he has passed through the
    • flock into him again when he passes through the portals of his new
    • smoke had passed into man, spoke thus: ‘If thou leavest that
    • idleness or during those of active work. When we pass through the
    • come to pass certain spirits must be fettered to winter-time, must be
    • Now we know for the first time what this passage in the Bhagavad Gita
    • importance for all that comes to pass in the macrocosm. An increase
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    • things when we go back into more ancient times. Just as man passes
    • the beings in the universe pass through reincarnations, from the
    • planetary being — passes through reincarnation. Our earth did
    • not appear at first as earth; it passed through a different
    • once upon a time and then passed through a spiritual state called
    • Pralaya, in the same way as man passes through a spiritual condition
    • not the case in the former conditions it has passed through. Man has
    • former planetary conditions, which the earth has passed through had a
    • once men and had once passed through the human stage. A dangerous
    • higher than the Archangels, when they pass through their normal
    • above man. These three degrees of spiritual beings have all passed
    • their human stage. The Archangels passed through their human stage on
    • kingdom, the human kingdom, and then we pass into the invisible, into
    • Saturn on which the Archai or Spirits of Personality passed through
    • Spirits of Personality, passed through their human stage in quite
    • Saturn evolution is that it gradually passed from this inner warmth,
    • Spirits of Personality having now self-consciousness passed to it
    • no longer required to pass through any similar condition to that
    • which they had already passed through: they had breathed out certain
    • themselves had brought to pass. What happened when the Spirits of
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    • relation to that most significant and incisive passage of the divine
    • passed through their human stage on the ancient Sun; that there the
    • passed through their human evolution so very long ago, that on the
    • on the fact, that we pass from taking, to giving. You have an analogy
    • inhabitants, otherwise called Archangels, passing out into Universal
    • days why the Zodiac has passed through this transformation. High
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    • They have to pass through yet another condition, that of Jupiter. But
    • they have already passed through their solar system evolution and
    • our solar system has to pass through, namely Saturn, Sun, Moon,
    • had to pass through a certain development, before they could be
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    • First we have the Angels or Angeloi. They passed through their human
    • being watches, who has a consciousness which passes from one
    • Now, we pass on to the next group of Beings, to the Archangels —
    • end, humanity may pass in the right manner through a Pralaya and find
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    • others; there he passed through transformations, just as the masses
    • some among the Lemurians, who passed among the mass of humanity in
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    • We shall pass over the disappearance or dissolving of Saturn; we
    • shall now describe how its evolution progressed after it had passed
    • And now we pass on to the earth, this is the fourth evolutionary
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    • Spirits of Personality were passing through their human stage of
    • were passing through their human stage; during the Moon evolution the
    • Angels, and on the earth Man, is passing through his human existence.
    • by an astral body; but it was already so organised that after passing
    • passing away of worlds, in the broadest sense of the word, is nothing
    • they themselves became Creators, that they were enabled to pass from
    • time passed through their development in other world systems, and had
    • he has passed through Kama-Loka; that shell dissolves in the astral
    • as an astral body, it had bad desires and evil passions. Thus we can
    • extract of it remains. The man passes through. Kama-Loka, and the
    • He can say: ‘Because with my “I,” I have passed
    • pass them on to others. You now see, that there are individualities
    • perfection to which they have attained, they pass on to other
    • astral body, and who later passed it over to Hermes, could say to
    • Now if we look back at the many things which have passed before our
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    • place after it has passed through other dimensions. You cannot grasp
    • beings we call Angels. The Angels were passing through their human
    • pass it by, we do not want to plunge into it, we want to remain above
    • this was, that as the Moon development passed on into that of the
    • lived. It was passed over to them. They could not follow at all with
    • expression in his lower passions. That through which he succumbs to
    • cycle is passed, something new is added to the world's
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    • Nature know that the higher spiritual law is bound to bring to pass
    • small things, through feeling and realisation, what will come to pass
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    • things. In other words, we shall allow Western wisdom to pass before
    • passions, which still remain with us as the result of our former
    • accomplishment. The inclinations, instinct and passions for much that
    • in which a person was sitting must have been passing that way. I
    • expression of the carriage which has passed there and in which a
    • person was sitting. I have not seen the person who passed there, but
    • which passed there. In fire we have only an outer expression. Behind
    • experience which is then gone through, is called the passage through
    • when one has passed through the meeting with the Guardian of the
    • only begins again after this moment has been passed. When, however, a
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    • being and passing away. Look where we will in the physical world we
    • passions, or cultivates thoughts of different nature according to the
    • break from one incarnation to another, must pass through the
    • or passions in confused outlines. At the time when a man is doing an
    • to pass in the world if it leaves spiritual facts out of sight in
    • Earth itself has passed through other incarnations, that of Saturn,
    • two bodies united again after a time, passed through an intermediate
    • during the Earth period. — Certain beings pass through their
    • separation of the sun and moon from the earth came to pass, but also
    • fallen a prey to death if the Christ event had not come to pass.
    • looks towards that which will come to pass in the future. What the
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    • involved in what has come to pass in the human, animal, vegetable and
    • result of which that progress came to pass. We have first to consider
    • passed through the same stage on Old Saturn as the Sun spirits had
    • those who have passed through previous incarnations, and what they
    • that is ripe to pass over into another condition, in the same way as
    • Saturn, Old Sun and Old Moon passed over to the Earth condition.
    • now pass on to another consideration. Suppose we take this being
    • of forty if we took his appearance at the age of ten; he has passed
    • certainly is not; Indra has passed through an evolution since the
    • remarkable with regard to Indra comes to pass. In order to have a
    • a prophetic heralding of Christ. Indra himself passed to a higher
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    • of humanity should pass from old Atlantis over the regions of Europe
    • fecundation the fertilising substances of one plant must pass over to
    • more suffice to bring about what is to come to pass, than would the
    • one stream but two, passing from old Atlantis towards the East. It
    • Passing through the gate of death; Osiris is the god who cannot live
    • immortal, permanent human principle which passes from incarnation to
    • which, passing through the Cosmos on mighty pinions, created and
    • greater perfection, and so the individual souls passing from one
    • grotesque image of his lower passions. From this we may judge why
    • Lucifer's kingdom. In this way will come to pass the mutual
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    • and passing from old Atlantis towards the East. We saw the difference in
    • himself the task of passing through his incarnations in such a way as
    • lower gods. Those who had passed through a certain degree of
    • passed through the early degrees of initiation; but in this period it
    • is it therefore that comes to pass in human evolution? Christ and
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    • had to come to pass before those who surrounded the Christ could say
    • to react. The etheric body must, after it has passed through the
    • this alone would not suffice. By passing through the Christ
    • instead of a destructive one. Man has to pass through the Christ
    • had been seen clairvoyantly from coming to pass. The son was sent
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    • was not possible for them to do. It therefore came to pass that these
    • which actually came to pass at an earlier epoch would have come to
    • pass later. These Moon-gods would have slowly ripened the souls of
    • is very important to realise that we should never try to encompass
    • such an integral part of Astro-physics. It came to pass also that
    • we will pass on to the next post-Atlantean civilisation, to the
    • passed through the veil of soul-life into a world of sub-human or
    • passes on into Egypt, absorbs that which comes from within and unites
    • pass from the later back to the earlier, as from child to father. On
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    • and Vulcan. Because human civilisations pass through seven
    • encompass all that exists side by side in space, will enter social
    • which arises and passes away within our earth existence. That which
    • on. Planetary existence arises and passes away, but the Zodiac is
    • active. That can only happen by a division as it were coming to pass
    • permanent, eternal, having nothing to do with time) passes into time,
    • Bodhisattva is a Being who passes through all civilisations, who can
    • region. Nothing was known of that which passes through many
    • that Josaphat one day went out of the palace and passed in succession
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    • light to pass through it, that is, how it is colored. An object that
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    • we have considered three senses, passing outward from within, and the
    • We pass to the sense of smell. The reason for not
    • I must pass rapidly over certain matters and utter many a paradox. In
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    • pass over into the vertical, can the upright position come about and
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    • is because those beings that left the Moon and passed over with the
    • Man must have passed through earlier stages in which he possessed a
    • forms we passed through in former periods, such as the Lemurian. That
    • biogenetic law. According to this, man in his germinal states passes
    • really passed through these forms that thus appear in the germ state.
    • passed through these forms would be the same as to imagine that the
    • earth? In animals the current of the group soul passes through the
    • called for a current passing outward from within; this current had to
    • the act of perception has passed. The repetition of an action
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    • soul life that we call attention, memory, passions, emotions.
    • of means for passing the time and how these, in turn, affect the soul
    • mind, so that it is immaterial whether we pass judgment or not
    • will show you that we do not pass by the outer world in such a way
    • phenomena. Passing through a landscape you see cloud-capped mountain
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    • point out worthless passages. There is a strong proclivity nowadays
    • power over him, that his knowledge cannot compass at the outset. Had
    • when you wished to be stimulated by it, it passed you by, leaving no
    • continues to pass, but because no impressions reach him from without,
    • is actually subject to the outer passing of time or — which is
    • of an animal cease, the passing of time ceases as well.
    • no longer let them enter our soul worlds, yet the external passing of
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    • Even thought itself can compass not the soul,
    • encompassed by the soul life, let us suppose a man faces an object;
    • cannot pass the boundary where either it is hurled back or it remains
    • quickly forget the conception. It is possible to encompass a
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    • unconscious conceptions passing through the soul life can become
    • spiritual. When the ego passes judgment based upon outer impressions,
    • fills itself out the spirit is encompassed by reasoning.
    • from without and is then encompassed by a verdict, so something in
    • out of the spiritual world and encompass it with a verdict. “Red”
    • when it can be encompassed by a judgment; when, just as in the case
    • encompassed by a verdict in the same way as can something coming from
    • of languages. All sciences would come to a similar impasse unless
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • when we like something, we want (will) it. But in passing from the
    • itself and passes over to willing. Advancing from mere emotions to
    • Passing on to something else, we find exactly what
    • be when soul and body pass through the portal of death. On the
    • individual human being, it passes over into the spiritual world. It
    • consistently along Aristotle's line of reasoning, in passing over, it
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • passion or curiosity, instead of in the right frame of mind. Such
    • unthinkable that after death he should pass to an imperfect state.
    • referred to. They have unconsciously passed over into the feeling of
    • says that we pass through the portal of death and take with us our
    • one part would be encompassed and bound by the body and the other
    • earthly misery, consigned to the toils, passions, temptations and
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: III. Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment; Intuition--Conscience.
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    • passed judgment. Only when I try to form the proposition do I know
    • the soul, and that something more is needed if we are to pass from
    • passions such as are imprinted in us by a world that after all must
    • dreamed of the experience. The whole event passed your consciousness
    • fluctuate and pass. An imagination of that sort does enter the
    • motivated by a desire, a passion, an urge, that is, that element
    • takes place in the realm of reality that we can call a passing over
    • When anyone gets practice in passing from such dreams to
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • man's spirit passes through repeated earth lives, and at the end of
    • way of exalted human passions and impulses, might well resent the
    • agreeable experiences, he encounters his various passions and
    • symbolizing his passions seem loathsome, this world appears in most
    • and when he passes into the imaginative world this feeling, his
    • for man to pass through in a certain way what he himself is, in this
    • life of visualizations to transmute it into something he passes
    • the soul when he passes through the portal of death. The
    • passage in Goethe's writings. He is seated on a mountain-top that
    • the earth passes from one form to another, but that something in the
    • passes through his various incarnations, that is, when he receives
    • virtue of its inherent impulses, divinity passed through many
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • common to Nature and to the human being. I refer to that passage in
    • penetrated into the dark world of desires, impulses and passions.
    • the great rhythms of Nature. If we think of all that encompasses the
    • that is not connected with his feelings, his desires and his passions,
    • Compare with this the irregularity, the chaos of man's passions and
    • human body are outraged by man's passions and cravings! Those who have
    • thinking upon which human passions, impulses and instincts no longer
    • impinge. Wherever passions and instincts mingle with thinking, men
    • chaos. When, however, impulses, instincts and passions have been
    • when they have developed to the level at which logical, dispassionate
    • to-day as the ruling Spirits of the universe also passed through a
    • science, shall pass over into life itself.
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    • again; everywhere they are the messengers who pass hither and thither
    • fiery sword, allow him to pass. This is a sign of Initiation. In
    • in other words, that which passes through all incarnations, the power
    • which is a symbol of life that passes into death and yet has within it
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • showed him what must still come to pass before the Christ Spirit could
    • have first to prepare what is to come to pass when the time is
    • although what had actually come to pass in the event indicated
    • began to pass through their incarnations on the earth. This soul
    • man believes that the seed of the plant passes through a yearly cycle,
    • man has no notion that the human soul too passes through such a cycle.
    • passed through incarnations which have been under the influence of the
    • passing through its most crucial period in the depths below, the human
    • soul is passing through its deepest experiences. The soul gazes at a
  • Title: Lecture: Christmas at a Time of Grievous Destiny
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    • apprehending the full compass of the Christ Being from the reflections
    • of the Christ which died away as Christianity passed through the Roman
    • in fragments which passed over to a later consciousness as the Hertha
    • Mystery-customs fell into decay. They passed over into isolated,
    • "And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from
    • was to awaken, that the holy Mystery-power of ancient days had passed
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • passes across the sky, and is present on the hills in the soma juice.
    • through which we passed in the spiritual world before conception,
    • experience what finally passes through the gate of death to become the
    • bring knowledge of what is coming to pass within the earth itself. In
    • the voice of the Angel made known to them what had come to pass.
    • necessary that humanity should pass through this phase. When our
    • scientists are making their cold, dispassionate researches in
  • Title: Lecture: On The Three Magi
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    • desire, or passion. Before that time there had been no
    • manifesting as earthly Kama (that is to say, earthly passion or
  • Title: Lecture: The Revelation of the Cosmic Christ
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    • great mystery of human life and death by saying: When the soul passes
    • that had come to pass.
    • It is true that the human being passes through the gate of death into
    • Mysteries, indications were given of what must come to pass in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ Within Us
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    • human beings passing from incarnation to incarnation attain greater
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • passes through certain stages and then reaches a certain
    • indescribable, spiritual currents which passed from the teacher to his
    • passed over from him to the pupil. The latter, having in particular
    • understand the spoken word, men had to pass through the subsequent
    • the teaching of compassion and love contained in the eightfold path.
    • human teaching of compassion and love. Why did this Bodhisattva, who
    • Compassion and Love. Other teachers of humanity would have other
    • Compassion, was first introduced by Buddha, and its vibrations still
    • into decadence, but when a music full of enchantment passed through
    • described, he was not, of course, encompassed in the physical
    • another journey. On his way from death to a new birth he first passes
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • conditions which pass over from one life into another, that there is
    • billiards, when a passing waiter bumped into the one who was just
    • these things can pass over into and become part of life's daily round;
    • then pass on to the spiritual understanding of the nature of illness.
    • lost. They pass over into the next incarnation and the injured organ
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • Spiritual Science, passes through various crises; it reaches an
    • collective development of the earth. The earth passed through the
    • was, he passed through it more materially. The effect of this was that
    • Let us pass on to the etheric body, which is the builder of the
    • developing the most egotistical passions. As long as the ego is still
    • the sentient soul, but as compassion, a true compassion for the
    • come about and pass unobserved if people do not cultivate the
    • can be understood; in that case it will pass humanity by
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 4: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • control and purify his inner passions and desires and to bring them
    • passions, desires and impulses of this astral body — would of
    • who ‘balance’ their passions desires and emotions (not make
    • that through the taming and purifying of his impulses and passions man
    • on another form. ‘He will pass through the world with his
    • already passed through the Portal and stand in the life between death
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • a thing, did not completely pass from the earlier form into the normal
    • understood Spiritual Science aright. We must pass through the test
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    • saying: There once was a time when, in the course of my passage
    • encompassed his soul on all sides. There was nothing of the nature of
    • which it absorbed this Impulse, and then gradually passed into our
    • development of the human soul. The content itself passes away! Only
    • is concerned they pass away, like many another thing in the
    • exist. But what the souls have acquired will pass over with them into
    • Here we come to an extremely important point; those men passed over to
    • passions, — and speaks there like a voice from God, urging man to
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • but the passing from one form of work, from an activity stimulated by
    • who have also now passed over into the Spiritual realm, let us in
    • pass a placarding column without seeing notices of a lecture entitled,
    • an individual man having really passed through suffering, death and
    • Society, who has also now passed into the spiritual world. Let us
    • it as a seed in the age through which we are now passing? What will be
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    • that the events of the spiritual world may pass before us. In our
    • place before entering that realm, because once we have passed the
    • will make a brief review of what has been said here, and then pass on
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    • have passed on can live with us only out of this connection. It is
    • passed on can reach us most easily if they can find thoughts and
    • unconsciousness earlier experiences it more rapidly. Time passes at a
    • passions, who lives strongly in what we might call his animal nature,
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    • passions, no pain or suffering — for if pain becomes so intense
    • mental pictures, emotions, passions, sufferings, and so on —
    • does the child pass out of the ego-filled ideas and mental pictures?
    • every morning. The ego and the astral body pass into the physical and
    • Having passed through the gate of death he grows stage by stage out
    • difference, and it becomes evident when the men in question pass into
    • sphere he has passed. But a soul with a moral disposition, a soul
    • of human evolution that all forces eventually pass away and must be
    • may be to a particular people, with all this we pass into the
    • astral body. There is only one sphere through which we pass without
    • for the rebuilding of this etheric body, he passes through the Sun
    • like this, but when it is a question of passing on to practical
    • and rebirth, we pass into the spheres of the planets and of the Sun.
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    • then wait patiently to see how things come to pass. This calmness of
    • life in kamaloca to forego passions and longings. The sojourn in the
    • developed qualities of compassion and love — qualities that are
    • particular passage became fully clear only during recent occult
    • the passage in which Homer calls the realm after death, “the
    • are not truly great will not be singled out. Passing greatness will
    • transforms itself in the passage from Mars to Jupiter as orchestral
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    • that judgments are passed by people who may have heard a few
    • This actually happens as we pass through the gate of death. Our being
    • us consider a man who passed through the gate of death with an
    • immoral attitude and one who passed through the gate of death with a
    • after having passed through the Mercury sphere, which in the occult
    • them, or whether we are compelled to pass them by as hermits. Whether
    • are to pass through the Sun sphere in the right way.
    • pass through the different spheres down to the Venus sphere, contact
    • person passes through the gate of death he dies under a certain
    • An attempt has been made to express this feeling in a passage of
    • changed. If, bearing this in mind, one now reads the passages in
    • allegory. Picture the lower members of the human being more passive,
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    • passed somewhat earlier through the gate of death. Both are in
    • that human beings passing through the gate of death who out of
    • observed that human beings pass through the gate of death who
    • our wishes, desires and passions are present in our upper
    • death a sphere of wishes in which a passionate longing for spiritual
    • limited space of existence encompassed only by the physical world. A
    • who has passed through the gate of death. This shows how very
    • were working towards one another. They passed on another by, and yet
    • feeling in that we are more or less compassionate or hardhearted,
    • death causes us to pass through a certain period more rapidly. We
    • pass the more quickly through the spiritual world the more asleep we
    • world will pass rapidly and he will return comparatively soon to a
    • significant. One who is capable of love and compassion lives through
    • compassion. These come before the soul as his environment. Pictures
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    • sphere, he will find all his earthly emotions and passions inscribed
    • urges and passions, will not easily find in the Moon sphere the
    • passionately, however, even if it were only physically, will
    • forces that we bring with us. Our emotions, urges, passions, sensual
    • particular passage, I had to say to myself that the Greeks called
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    • have spoken on earth. It is only later, during the passage into
    • one loses the connection. That is the moment when the dead passes
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    • sunshine, and the seer who was acquainted with him before he passed
    • that fills the souls who have passed through the gate of death, knows
    • sensations, passions, desires within us. Then we pass through the
    • passionate fondness for conducting battles by the fact that when his
    • shows clearly that certain faculties are passed from generation to
    • he had passed through the period between death and rebirth in order
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    • and a new birth, passes by those beings from whom he should receive
    • radiating peace and compassion. That was his last earthly hour. And
    • kindling the compassionate, silvery moral light of Buddha on Mars at
    • earth can also receive what streams from the Buddha in his passage
    • influences they received from Buddha through their passage in the
    • life in the spiritual world as he passes through the Mars sphere. For
    • existence so that we do not pass them by and are able to receive
    • death and rebirth may pass through the Mars sphere without entering
    • the earth, are continually passing through the earth sphere. The
    • between death and a new life but yet is different, they pass through
    • are continually passing through our earth sphere. Human beings are
    • from other planets as they pass through the earth sphere? One would
    • concentration or to let such thoughts pass through his soul. One
    • could happen does not come to pass. In life we consider the external
    • possible event passes us by, this marks a special moment for us.
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    • period after death the emotions, passions and feelings that affected
    • he is passing through the region of existence between death and a new
    • existence after passing through the Moon sphere, kamaloca is not yet
    • become but had not become when he passed through the gate of death —
    • human being passes through the gate of death he himself becomes an
    • When I was here last I said certain things about the passage through
    • to speak about certain aspects of the passage through the Mars
    • sphere. When a man passes from the Sun sphere into the Mars sphere,
    • battling with each other. As an individual was passing through the
    • attributed to his passage through the Mars sphere.
    • wanderers are passing through the earth sphere. They are beings who
    • through whose sphere of life we also pass between death and a new
    • birth. When we are passing through the Mars sphere, for example, we
    • are ghosts, specters, for the Mars dwellers. We pass through their
    • certain stage of their existence, are condemned to pass through our
    • time in life between death and a new birth we pass through the Mars
    • When a soul passed through the Mars sphere in times before the Buddha
    • Nevertheless, between death and rebirth the soul is able to pass
    • during the passage through the Mars sphere, every human soul has the
    • The passage through the Mars sphere can therefore be of great
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    • Why is this? For this is not the case with all who pass through the
    • loneliness. Loneliness comes to pass if he has not developed any
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    • one who has passed on as we do so. We should not be miserly in this
    • person whom one has loved passes on.
    • gospel passage. So you see that a “child” can be a highly
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  • Title: Lecture I: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • passes over into “thought”.
    • philosophy. There is a possibility of passing beyond the boundary,
    • “general thought” by passing constantly from one form
    • metamorphoses of its mobility during its passage through the
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    • one must let that which corresponds to it pass over into movement —
    • does not pass over into “two”. It must always be taken as
    • “one”. Not even in thought can we pass over into two, or
    • standpoint only, and they more easily reach the point where they pass
    • by the Copernican conception of the universe — passes through
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    • variety holds the best key. If we let these twelve varieties pass
    • now so well acquainted. As the sun apparently passes through the
    • possible for the human soul to pass through a mental circle which
    • of the Zodiac, so can the Gnosis pass through the twelve
    • of Spiritism; for Gnosis is a “planet” which passes
    • Idealism, for it, too, can pass through all the constellations. It is
    • something that passes like a planet through the twelve zodiacal
    • can once more be regarded as a planet which passes through all twelve
    • “gnostically”. They were in a position to pass behind the
    • rest can arise from the fact that the corresponding planets pass
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    • stood in the sign of Idealism, this will pass over into another
    • different when in this way its world-outlook-mood has passed over
    • will come into Mathematism. It would then pass over to a
    • configuration passed over into “Sun in the sign of Taurus”,
    • accomplish. So it comes to pass that not only the tiny little
    • thought out by one category of the Hierarchies, then I am passed on —
    • as a human thought is passed on from teacher to pupil — from
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    • passes over into “thought”.
    • philosophy. There is a possibility of passing beyond the boundary,
    • “general thought” by passing constantly from one form
    • metamorphoses of its mobility during its passage through the
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    • one must let that which corresponds to it pass over into movement —
    • does not pass over into “two”. It must always be taken as
    • “one”. Not even in thought can we pass over into two, or
    • standpoint only, and they more easily reach the point where they pass
    • by the Copernican conception of the universe — passes through
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    • variety holds the best key. If we let these twelve varieties pass
    • now so well acquainted. As the sun apparently passes through the
    • possible for the human soul to pass through a mental circle which
    • of the Zodiac, so can the Gnosis pass through the twelve
    • of Spiritism; for Gnosis is a “planet” which passes
    • Idealism, for it, too, can pass through all the constellations. It is
    • something that passes like a planet through the twelve zodiacal
    • can once more be regarded as a planet which passes through all twelve
    • “gnostically”. They were in a position to pass behind the
    • rest can arise from the fact that the corresponding planets pass
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    • stood in the sign of Idealism, this will pass over into another
    • different when in this way its world-outlook-mood has passed over
    • will come into Mathematism. It would then pass over to a
    • configuration passed over into “Sun in the sign of Taurus”,
    • accomplish. So it comes to pass that not only the tiny little
    • thought out by one category of the Hierarchies, then I am passed on —
    • as a human thought is passed on from teacher to pupil — from
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Suffering
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    • caricature. No-one will deny that just as through tragic compassion
    • and passion which man has in common with the animal. And then we see
    • the bearer of likes and dislikes, of desires and passions —
    • unconsciously; he is a compassionate man out of freedom and not
    • compassion is born when we transform the sufferings of others in our
    • life, then love, compassion with all creatures, is born in us out of
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Evil
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    • passes over in an ascending one, in such a way that the poison
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
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    • few years would pass quietly, though about his twenty-fourth year it
    • after he has passed through such a trouble in his twenty-fifth year,
    • trial, because he felt that only by passing through it would he win
    • such and such a thing had not come to pass when it did.
    • earlier and what came to pass later — but this is also a
    • The next appearance of the comet will be [was] in 1986. Its periodic visitations occur at intervals of about 76 years, and have been recorded since 240 BC. During its last visit, it passed directly between the Earth and the Sun, the Earth actually passing through the tail of the cornet. It is interesting to note that this series of lectures were being given as the comet was at its closest to the Earth, May 1910. (Ed.)
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    • passes through the gate of death and lives a particular life in the
    • passed through the gate of death is not the same in the animal
    • happened if the Sun had not split away from the Earth, and passed over
    • you must endure it. Having received suffering we have passed it on to
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma in Relation to Disease and Health
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    • and passion. Sides are taken by the laity quite as much as by certain
    • into a kind of passion when they feel called upon, and rightly too, to
    • less the passions already so excited at the present time.
    • Spiritual Science leads us. Then we may pass from the consideration of
    • If we now pass on from animals to man, a new element arises. Man does
    • Let us now remember what takes place when a human being passes through
    • remains. When a certain length of time has passed after death, a time
    • let us pass over to what on the whole does not come to consciousness,
    • passing over to a new birth. On the whole, the etheric body of man
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • part of the human-soul individuality, and during the passage through
    • influence of his passions, he will in the kamaloca period live through
    • the emotions and passions.
    • passions and desires, than he would have done if the luciferic
    • of Lucifer which work from the passions and emotions of his astral
    • life. When, on the other hand, he passes through the portal of death,
    • passing through death.
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Natural and Accidental Illness in Relationship to Karma
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    • out that this sinking down is most thorough when we have passed
    • passions, temper, and so forth, we are driven thereto by luciferic
    • the physical plane, it will be made use of when we pass through the
    • lacking, those conditions and passions, emotional crises, continual
    • If we now see the karmic thread passing from one incarnation to
    • the Church, but Luther passed to the spiritual enjoyment of the Bible
    • found in temper, desire, or passion, but in our superficial
    • almost the whole compass of our literature we find very little of
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Relationships Between Karma and Accidents
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    • impressions pass by him in this life, simply for the reason that he
    • life do not pass by him in the same way, because he has organs so
    • pain, passions, imaginations, and so forth, sink down into the
    • dangerous in the highest degree. If the person were today to pass over
    • and all the passions, the desires, the greed, and the egotism of which
    • passion, desire and greed, but rather that which streams into them as
    • since passed. If you consider the facts of every-day life but a
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • so that they find expression in our egotistical greeds and passions,
    • passions born of Lucifer, we should never be able to free ourselves
    • we can fall a prey not only to egotistical passions, urges, greeds,
    • unless the hearer has previously passed through the sphere of absolute
    • impulses, greeds and passions, but which on the other hand will be an
    • man passes through the period between death and a new birth, and
    • the passage: ‘In sorrow thou shalt bring forth children,’ we
    • explanation of this or that passage from occult records before having
    • We know that upon the ancient Moon dwelt beings who passed that time
    • through their human stage, as we are now passing through it in the
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma of the Higher Beings
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    • expressions of feelings, impulses and passions, which in a certain way
    • He who in a certain incarnation passes through such an experience as
    • that of persecution mania will, when again passing through the gate of
    • circuitous passage from one incarnation to another, namely, through
    • corresponding impulses and passions. One may be most learned, may have
    • passions that dwell within the astral body. One may indeed know a
    • instance, those worlds through which we pass in the interim between
    • provoke the opposite process. It then happens that passing through
    • had passed through an experience whereby through karmic action he had
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Individual and Human Karma. Karma of the Higher Beings.
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    • civilisation. Various legends about heroes who from Greece passed over
    • been acquired had to pass over to another, and there be perfected
    • same thing happen. Then we see the passing over of the Eastern wisdom
    • because every man, when he has passed through the gates of death, in
    • passions may play a part in it. Nowhere does Lucifer play a greater
    • mere abstract knowledge, but so that they should pass over into our
    • such pass over into the world. And the world will gradually see that
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    • highly serious self-knowledge that comes to pass in the course of
    • place, yet until this experience, they had passed before the inner
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    • which the soul must pass when it wants to leave one world and enter
    • Our conduct when passing over this
    • Ahriman has to regulate the passage of the human brain towards decay,
    • being passes through the gate of death. Ahriman has the tendency,
    • about to pass into the stream wherein man himself will journey
    • life of the emotions, passions, impulses and desires. Lucifer is lord
    • impulses, passions and desires, and these impulses become perverse.
    • following would take place. We shall see that the soul in passing the
    • perception, feeling, and passion that the soul must necessarily
    • experienced disturbing passions, disturbing desires, it would have
    • feeling and passion belonging to the sense world. Something further
    • course be able to control my passions. As a matter of fact, it is
    • soul mood, mastering within itself all the emotions and passions that
    • deal particularly with what is experienced in passing back and forth
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    • a person's soul that in passing through the sense world, he should
    • passing so easily as waking here passes into sleep. After one has
    • passive; they allow themselves to be connected and separated, to be
    • to deal with thoughts that are passive. If someone really succeeds in
    • our consciousness than we do with the passive thoughts of the
    • these active, lively, no longer passive thoughts. In the physical
    • with these passive thoughts, wishing rather to hold fast to the
    • consciousness, passing back and forth from one world to the other,
    • involved. At the moment we pass over the threshold into the spiritual
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    • region, which the human being passes through between death and a new
    • covered over by the passion of love.
    • do not put up with everything quite passively; we plunge our
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    • and then passes away. Writing is different. A thought can be put into
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    • a thought-language passes between one being and another, and where
    • been mentioned so often, for Lucifer. The human soul, in passing out
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    • crossing the threshold in its ascent, first passes through the
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    • far as the Guardian of the Threshold. However, he has not passed the
    • In order to pass the Guardian of the Threshold in the
    • was involved pass before my inner eye. I will deliberately disregard
    • physical world, the capacity for love, for sympathy and compassion,
    • to develop love and compassion in the physical world. Ascending into
    • up into higher worlds in the form of an unloving lack of compassion
    • truly genuine love and thoughtful, honest compassion are the right
    • is to acquire true compassion and the true capacity for love in this
    • passed through the portal of death and live in the world that is
    • body passes through during the whole kamaloka time. We observe how
    • as the passage of the soul through the soul world.
    • us when we pass through the gate of death; one can call it our past,
    • Word of cosmic realms. These things were not intended merely to pass
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    • decay and pass away. Some remain indeed throughout the year, some for
    • also pass away at last, disappear and sink down into that which, in
    • course of time, and we know for certain that they will one day pass
    • What is the meaning of it all? Ever an arising, ever a passing away
    • all around us! What is the meaning of this arising and this passing
    • made to pass by in succession before man’s eyes, were called,
    • with man, absolutely leave the earth; they move round it, they pass
    • they rise and pass out into the cosmos. He does not see them move to
    • the Flood. We passed through, as the first great post-Atlantean
    • which we can describe by saying: A Being has passed through many
    • Buddha, however, is given to many, because they passed through many
    • already there.” Let us suppose that the father has passed
    • world, the achievements of those who have passed through the gates of
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    • Now we pass to the other question, which also in a certain way
    • minds before going on. We shall now pass on to an apparently
    • that it would not die out spiritually, for its soul would pass over
    • passes over into man. This is most evident to clairvoyant vision when
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    • “immortal part” the element of man's soul that passes
    • stand before us and we watch them pass. They show themselves to us in
    • Indeed it was no longer there. Instead, the Roman needed passions and
    • means that, as the fourth post-Atlantean age was passing over into the
    • legal-political coloring. What thus passed over into the blood of the
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    • not come to pass. Why?
    • his inner soul, “that I do not know how it comes to pass in
    • “I declare before God that I do not know how it comes to pass in
    • to quote here a passage that will serve to show how he feels himself
    • declare before God, I myself do not know how it comes to pass in
    • that are less calculated to arouse passions and emotions. Let me
    • an idea and Jesus is passed by. This is a life of Jesus that is no
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    • time has passed since America has been discovered. Otherwise, if
    • within national boundaries, which would become impassable in the
    • people would pass one another by, each brooding inwardly over himself
    • in a rich life of soul. They would pass each other without even
    • seven years all had come to pass that has been striven for, if the
    • merely pass over us. Rather, let us preserve it all in our hearts. In
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    • also read. Here, we pass on from mere observation and
    • humanity changes considerably as time passes. The man of the tenth or
    • had to pass through a period of development in which he was shut off
    • spiritual threads or currents pass every moment from soul to soul in
    • antipathy. We must pass through their souls in the realm of
    • realm where all interpenetrates, we must pass through the souls of
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    • sight as being so passive a faculty as we consider it in the fifth
    • succeeded the Great Spirit passed over to the East, to Asia, as it
    • just because the purely external onslaught did not come to pass, or
    • knowledge and what then passes into the sphere of the social life.
    • soul passes over as soul from father and mother to the child, or
    • to pass in Christ Himself. Impulses for life are sought in the
    • came to pass in old Atlantis. In the middle period of Atlantean
    • sin. It is necessary for these things to pass into the life of man.
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    • through gold. This grew in him to be the immense passion that has
    • When a passion is so strong as avarice was in Philip the Fair, it
    • passionate desire to make himself master of all the then available
    • said that such a passion, aroused in such a materialistic way and
    • could look into the Christian impulses passing through the historical
    • been drawn into souls. I will read you a passage from the poem
    • other glossary in order to decipher a word or passage — and so
    • will read again today the passage I read years ago as proof of the
    • Once more it came to pass, that in his ploughing
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    • to pass under what we may call the Locke-Voltaire influence! How many
    • united with him when he passes with his soul through the gate of
    • came to pass as Philip the Fair had foreseen; in his own way he had a
    • described. It came to pass that a great number of Knights admitted, in
    • Souls thus passed through the gates of death who had not only looked
    • earth, we actually pass in space through the spot where the sun has
    • time, he moves down and passes under the traces of the sun. What can
    • crosses the sun's path, he is passing through the place where the sun
    • they knew that the earth is passing through the point the sun has
    • bring to light what can be experienced when one passes through the
    • connections passed into a state of sleep. Thus a sleep regarding the
    • will bear the traces of our having passed through the centuries since
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    • Let us now pass briefly before our spiritual vision these three
    • the real origin of this spiritual life, we must pass through certain
    • still more weakened as it passed into our modern life of education. In
    • way, but very much changed, transformed after having passed through
    • Rights, and which passed through Rome. In it we find the origin of our
    • the Roman world. Hence, in our civilization, that which passed into
    • passage through the Roman world? It became that great System of Law
    • Light, then passing down into Politics and Economics. Here, in the
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    • came to pass in the last third of the nineteenth century, the event
    • the Ahriman incarnation, so that when this comes to pass we may know
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    • we pass through physical death.
    • passed through the gates of death, is dependent upon our having left
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    • come to pass in full power, if we have first tested our forces, if we
    • Cosmic Year which is passing away, may contact itself with the dawning
    • But the passing Cosmic Year will still send many an after-effect into
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    • course of time, to recall some passages from essays which I wrote more
    • passages from one of these essays entitled “The Spiritual Mark of
    • the Present Day”. These passages refer to what was taking place
    • followers believe that only by passing through a transitory social
    • that prevent us from passing by sleepily and heedlessly, what is
    • themselves out of full compassion, out of compassion for that which is
    • here or there. It is well, therefore, to read the following passage in
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    • an element of will at work in the process. Then passing to the other
    • is sought to pass through those portals which lead into the
    • passes unnoticed in the ordinary everyday thought-life, and pay less
    • imaginative knowledge is the first and necessary stage we must pass
    • then gives it out; I must pass through the full experiences, through
    • activity, through which I had to pass before I had gained that
    • knowledge of man's passing through the gate of death.
    • of the passing through the gate of death to immortality.
    • impression. Whereas in those exercises whereby we pass from one event
    • kind of picture, passing backwards from the evening to the morning.
    • come to pass into the super-sensible world from yet another side. This
    • raise our arm; that will-process by means of which we pass from
    • picture of the moment of death and we pass in conscious experience out
    • that once we have reached this stage after passing through Imagination
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    • may ask why is it that in this age humanity has had to pass through a
    • is by passing through this dead and abstract thought that humanity has
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. The first human being to pass through
    • ego becomes too strong, was St. Paul at Damascus. The passage in the
    • forces of the ego and to pass through initiation in the right way.
    • that freedom he finds this deep and troubling experience, as he passes
    • sees that through the passing of that Divine Being, the CHRIST —
    • in the evolution of humanity upon the earth. We know that He passed
    • passes through death and conquers it, and that because the god
    • were destined to pass. Therefore it was decided between the gods, not
    • themselves, that a god should pass through the mystery of death on
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    • processes of outer nature. This appears in him as instinct, passion,
    • passions, as bestial lusts, animal instincts; and he perceives what
    • the future, all this is seen to pass over again into the great
    • Dragon was predominant, active in the passions and instincts, in the
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    • an actual retrospect of prenatal experiences man had passed through as
    • lily is really expecting something. It says to itself: Men will pass
    • present abodes. This they can only accomplish by passing through man.
    • stream of existence passed through man in a normal, orderly way, as it
    • human evolution will not come to pass, yet on the other hand we
    • involves finding the way to abandon the prevalent passivity in
    • cannot be acquired through any form of passivity, not even through
    • passive prayer, but only through man's making himself the instrument
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    • human beings the dream remains an experience that does not pass over
    • physical and etheric bodies, passes over into the experiences of the
    • we pass out into the surrounding cosmos. But he refuses to apply this
    • has for present-day mankind in general. We will not even pass by the
    • Only one who had passed through a certain training could make sense of
    • passage of food transformed by digestion and taken into the blood. And
    • was the spirit of the sun's annual passage through the zodiac. In this
    • our cognition pass from the earth out into cosmic space: instead of
    • example, in its passage across the zodiac. Reading in the cosmos, you
    • seen heavenly bodies as they pass through the zodiac. What the
    • and all that forms around the vowels when the planets pass the
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    • But these spiritual beings are passing through a life: they are in a
    • Like all super-sensible observation, all this passes over into
    • inner spirituality. This spirituality, these elemental beings, pass
    • breathing of the earth is a spiritual process — the passing out
    • But then, when summer passes into autumn, and winter approaches,
    • that is what is meant by “passing out of one's own inner
    • this resurrection — in order that the soul may then pass through
    • able to pass through the portal of death in full alertness, I must
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    • dominoes or such like, in order, as is frequently said, to pass the
    • When, however, he passes on to the experience in memory,
    • not remain passive, showing the yellow or red colours which they have
    • passes on from the experience of thinking to the experience of
    • Now when man passes from
    • and if we pass from the experience of thinking to all that the
    • certain colouring, but something is expressed which has passed over
    • which remains in the soul as the result of the power of memory passes
    • That which passes inwardly into man in this way can also
    • pass over gradually from the memory-experience to the experience of
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    • impulses pass over into his bodily substance, I called in yesterday's
    • of the moon, as it were. Now the point is that when man passes
    • already considered how, after having passed through earthly
    • of it is robust, and gradually on the passage between death and
    • psychically blind to those human souls who have passed through the
    • to the severest judgment which man can suffer after he has passed
    • Having passed through the gate of death he now enters
    • of death comes into the vicinity of Ahrimanic forms. This passage
    • effects of the sun thus passed over into the Athenian boys. The
    • again passes through the moon-sphere, then, according to the
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    • out by our astral body when we pass over into the condition of sleep.
    • and you can say: “When I pass you by in the daytime I see you
    • physiognomy and gesture pass over into the inner being of nature.
    • is such that we can say: When we pass over livingly into nature the
    • therefore how the day changes in the course of the year. If you pass
    • impression from the day to pass over from vivid inner experiences of
    • waves of these words his own experiences which have already passed
    • the head pass over into the whole body. They first fill the body and
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    • has experienced in its passage through Saturn, Sun and Moon. We must
    • of the metals begins to develop cosmic poesy, when it passes over
    • how, if ever a higher temperature is developed they pass over into
    • super-homeopathic part of the lead which passes over continually into
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    • plant-world is something which arises and passes away in the
    • with the phenomenon of the arising and passing away of the green, we
    • living, which arise and pass away. If you then take the description
    • earth passed over into the moral impression. For each metal tells us
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    • say: Man feels essentially his head as encompassing the whole
    • earth passed over from one level as it were to another. Let us
    • became green and then passed away. All this was perceived by man as
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    • this had passed through his soul, to cling, as it were, with his
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    • and passing away, and the changing, metamorphosing itself of the
    • over in Palestine, the wonderful events came to pass which we
    • surroundings, while these wonderful events came to pass in Palestine,
    • Mysteries. And that which came to pass in actual fact in Palestine,
    • the island of Hibernia, while the Mystery of Golgotha came to pass
    • brain through which they have passed, and behind them the grandiose
    • soul, and one passes into a state of soul-bewilderment. One has to
    • being cannot passively penetrate them, cannot passively gaze into
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    • natural science to the East to extend it eastward. That then passed
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    • undertaken in order to find the other side of the compass in addition
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    • If we were to pass over to the East, the Orient —
    • the earth: humanity had first to pass through a transitional period
    • and then came a middle epoch, which passed away in the first
    • pass through a kind of death, a kind of killing of the pride of
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    • passed over into quite a different one, in which as it were all
    • glycerin working there passes into the lungs, and into the air that
    • really had passed away, Alchemy still existed; and intercourse with
    • sounds, which then pass over into harmonies and melodies, and in
    • make themselves felt, and all this then passes over into forms of
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    • organism, he could follow the planet in its passage through the
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    • compassion. A sort of participation in the patient's disease,
    • visible to him, a world encompassing a kind of spiritual cosmos
    • cognition in order, let us say, to pass from the cell to the
    • regions encompassed by modern material empiricism. I wish to
    • right after I first passed the bank and may have just returned.
    • looks at the needle of a compass, finds it pointing from South
    • today. A physicist brings the needle of the compass into
    • the compass.
    • ancestors, pass on to the present generation, and then to the
    • from ordinary neurophysiology and try to pass to an
    • substances as they pass from the tongue to the point where they
    • be followed in detail by Intuition; the will passes down into
    • the metabolic processes — encompass fundamentally every
    • pass to the warmth realm in the human being. Try to realize
    • Inspiration to Intuition as we pass from the brain to the other
    • passes from the intestines into the lymphatic vessels. What
    • passing from the kidneys to the liver, for example, we find
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    • digestion in the narrower sense, I would pass on to discussion
    • pass on to therapy.
    • man's physical organization, this encompasses everything in the
    • laboratory. We encompass all this when we speak about the
    • complete when the intestinal tract has been passed, and that
    • processes in the moment when it is passing from the intestines
    • for the animal. The substances that pass into the body of the
    • that when the chyle passes through the intestinal wall, it has
    • chyle passes from the intestines into the heart-lung
    • exist without providing its own life. In a more encompassing
    • spring and passes through its yearly cycle. Now relate these
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    • encompass the radiations in the human organism that originate
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    • from the outset that the plant covering of our earth is passing
    • the poisoning. Thus we pass through the rhythm of a mild
    • what passes into the organism through the blood from returning
    • astral forces are not passing in the right way into the rest of
    • the organism. If they are congested above, they do not pass
    • Then, simply due to what passes from the digestive tract into
    • deal passes by us completely, especially many things we can
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    • will become evident that the normal simply passes in transition into the
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    • The soul-spiritual then flows out without being encompassed in the
    • encompassed by the trunk, while the digestive system encompasses the
    • If we thus wish to encompass the entire nature of the human being, we
    • organism cannot be encompassed with static, abstract mental images, as
    • modern physiology and pathology would like to encompass it today; it
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    • head system, bypassing the rhythmic system; when this happens an
    • hemophilia passes through the woman. This points us to the
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    • domains of knowledge, including that of medicine. When we pass out
    • order, let us say, to pass from the cell to the human being, so do we
    • have been sent out on quite a journey directly after I first passed
    • a man looks at the needle of a compass, finds it pointing from South
    • the needle of the compass into connection with what is called
    • needle in the compass.
    • pass on to the present generation and then to the progeny, both in
    • ordinary brain-physiology and try to pass to an understanding of the
    • Think of the breathing process and of what passes into
    • by the substances as they pass from the tongue to the point where
    • influence and pass into the breath-rhythm but constantly withdraw. In
    • will passes down into the innermost being of the organism. The act of
    • now let us pass to the warmth in the human being. Try to realise that
    • need to exercise Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition as we pass
    • organism further than the point where the chyle passes from the
    • functions? If we then follow the functions still further, passing
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    • canal concerned with digestion in the narrower sense, I should pass
    • upon the results of empirical research, one would be able to pass on
    • still not quite complete when the intestinal tract has been passed,
    • outer physical processes in the moment when it is passing as chyle
    • products of excretion. The substances that pass into the body of
    • organisation has advanced so far that when the chyle passes through
    • passes from the intestines into the sphere of the activity of heart
    • to pass as a result of the absorption of oxygen in the breath.
    • have told you that oxygen passes into the etheric organisation
    • spring and passes through its yearly cycle. And now relate the
    • larval stage the cockchafer passes through, devouring the plant with
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    • the outset that the plant-covering of our earth is passing through
    • we pass through the rhythm of a mild poisoning and its elimination
    • and not to allow what passes into the organism through the blood to
    • forces are not passing rightly into the rest of the organism. If they
    • are congested above, they do not pass into the other parts of the
    • account of what passes from the digestive tract into the system of
    • passes us completely by, especially many things we can learn by
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    • one-sided. And then something extremely remarkable came to pass.
    • capital, development of economic power, surpassing everything in this
    • the passions of men. And thus it becomes ever more evident that the
    • element is everywhere at work, but it passes unnoticed as yet. Anyone
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    • passions, and to close our eyes to realities. The idea of the
    • economic process at the moment it passes out of my possession into
    • in question is that at the moment my capital passes into the economic
    • sphere of party passions into that of true thought, resulting from
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    • another, have become dependent on economic matters passes quite
    • other. That is, democratic resolutions can only be passed when
    • interests, majorities can always be found to pass resolutions
    • Parliament, which passes for a democratic institution, has often been
    • develop an interest in man as man. It must come to pass that even the
    • will now show how the sphere of justice passes over from the actual
    • decision passes from the purely legal to the cultural domain. Here is
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    • center. The second kind of nerves, the so-called motor nerves, pass
    • nerves. While the other sensitive nerves pass from the sense organs
    • like the following passage:
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    • the business shall pass to a highly capable successor, able to carry
    • brought to pass. Today we are absolutely convinced that the means of
    • of passion, or impelled by motives and emotions which often underlie
    • rise in one person or in one aristocratic group, passed on to the
    • trading system strives to pass, especially in the domain of economic
    • absorbs from his spiritual vision passes immediately into every
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    • poles of a magnetic compass are related to one another. These two
    • in order that the productivity of a people may be able to pass on
    • lead ad absurdum; and the fact that this actually came to pass was
    • world, to pass judgments on political situations, and similar
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    • soil. We must not overlook this fact, especially when we pass from
    • and pass over to the fully free position (for so they called it) of
    • complicated relations of today — it has gradually come to pass
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    • factor is human Labour, transforming a Nature-product so as to pass it
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    • value — as he expends on those that pass into general
    • all. All that he produces by his labour is passed on to other men, and
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    • cart — the fructification which has thus resulted — may pass
    • “borrowed” Capital — passes over into the second
    • passes over into the division of Labour, the thing that is there in
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    • Spirit. Then the existence of Capital as such. Capital passes over
    • comes to an end, passing over into devaluation. Here there arises a
    • amount should pass on, so that Nature may be elaborated once more.
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    • Passing into this region, therefore (see
    • here once more we must pass from the ordinary, everyday conception to
    • and passes on to other spiritual producers. This is what works as a
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    • cover the facts). It passes — under the conditions that obtain
    • pass whatever it may be that you intend, without considering this
    • interplay of legal Rights and Economics. Why, the moment you pass from
    • at the social organism as a whole, if we pass from purely economic
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    • by Capital; and Capital eventually emancipates itself and passes over
    • objects passing in exchange — the one in one direction and the
    • of consuming them myself, have passed them into circulation, myself
    • no matter in what sphere of thought, that we should pass from the mere
    • and pepsin, passes it through the stomach, through the intestines. No
    • necessary is for the food that is thus passed through the organism to
    • and called to life again within ourselves. That which passes
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture XI
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    • economies gradually passed over into national economies,*
    • — gradually passes over into the hands of government departments,
    • organisation. We see the economic passing over into the life of the
    • in effect it happened that the single private economies passed
    • remarkable process — this passage from world-trade into
    • pleas. Yet we shall have to pass into a real world-economy and a
    • duration, we always have to do with goods which pass away in time.
    • their work really provide whatever passes over directly into human
    • pass on. It is here that the concept of “free gift”
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    • consumed and the function of being passed from hand to hand. For this
    • Lastly we must pass from loaned money to the third kind of money which
    • economic process. In fact, we must now pass on from loaned money to
    • that after a certain time all that is loaned money passes over into
    • must gradually pass over entirely into gift-money. Loaned money must
    • Loaned money, therefore, passes over into gift-money. So it must be in
    • already been transformed (i.e., that has already passed into the
    • its new year-number and passes into the hands of those who are dealing
    • beginning to pass into the sphere of Labour. For here it is pure
    • entering into the economic process or passing over from one form of
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    • tailors and cobblers a passion for his novels. In that case no doubt
    • from the one side and Spiritual work from the other are passing to and
    • because we are only passing slowly into a world-economy — we must
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    • in another place. In actual practice the thing is done by passing
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    • had their source in initiation wisdom passed into the hands of
    • descended to Earth — that is the event that came to pass in the
    • and passed through death, and His body had been laid in the Earth,
    • knew that the Christ, Whom we think of today as the Being Who passed
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    • man passes when he has gone through the gate of death to advance into
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    • connection with external earthly substances, when he passes over into
    • which we pass. First comes the sphere where the I and the astral body
    • But no sooner have you passed over into the condition of sleep than
    • the morning, having passed again on your return through the sphere of
    • have first to pass through the Earth. For it makes a great difference
    • the Christ willed to become for the Earth in that He passed through
    • place with us during sleep. As we have seen, when we have passed
    • passing over into death. For the fact is, we overcome death, until
    • he passes on to spirit-land, and here he feels and knows that he is
    • awaken within them a memory of the time we pass through before we
    • time has gone by since the soul passed through the gate of death, he
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    • man passes from day-consciousness into sleep-consciousness —
    • The man of olden time passed into the group-soul when he fell asleep;
    • quite well that he had come down from the spiritual world, had passed
    • Saturn when he was passing through the world of the stars, on his way
    • look with the consciousness of Inspiration upon the time we pass
    • way back to Earth, passing — now with more, now again with
    • as we relate ourselves to the starry spheres through which we pass,
    • forth from the world that is purely spiritual, we pass first through
    • that will come in the next lecture. Then we pass through the spheres
    • the spiritual world and passes, on his way to Earth, through the
    • antipathy with which he passes through the one or other sphere, so
    • now, in addition to passing through the sphere of the Moon, the soul
    • determines whether the soul is to become man or woman, by its passage
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    • physical nature in our instincts and our passions. These are of
    • instincts and urges and passions, has again — this time we have
    • look within and perceive ourselves in our instincts and passions,
    • assume form and shape, then again it will dissolve and pass away. The
    • and passions. You must not however think of them as belonging first
    • the Ahrimanic powers. He is completely given up to his passions and
    • a karma that their instincts and passions have prepared for them,
    • as it is by nature before man’s passions and desires begin to
    • and contaminated by passion and desire.
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    • who has passed through the Gate of Death, the Moon is transformed, as
    • after death we have passed the sphere of Saturn, we become ripe to
    • this moment is described as the passage from the soul-world into
    • your passage from the soul-world into Spirit-land.
    • unfoldment of our destiny, our Karma. It is while passing through the
    • That will be when the Earth herself will have passed into quite new
    • not be utterly absorbed in earthly things, but should pass over, ever
    • will come to pass when mankind truly comprehends the leadership
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    • had their source in initiation wisdom passed into the hands of
    • descended to Earth — that is the event that came to pass in the
    • and passed through death, and His body had been laid in the Earth,
    • knew that the Christ, Whom we think of today as the Being Who passed
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    • man passes when he has gone through the gate of death to advance into
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    • connection with external earthly substances, when he passes over into
    • which we pass. First comes the sphere where the I and the astral body
    • But no sooner have you passed over into the condition of sleep than
    • the morning, having passed again on your return through the sphere of
    • have first to pass through the Earth. For it makes a great difference
    • the Christ willed to become for the Earth in that He passed through
    • place with us during sleep. As we have seen, when we have passed
    • passing over into death, For the fact is, we overcome death, until
    • he passes on to spirit-land, and here he feels and knows that he is
    • awaken within them a memory of the time we pass through before we
    • time has gone by since the soul passed through the gate of death, he
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    • man passes from day-consciousness into sleep-consciousness —
    • The man of olden time passed into the group-soul when he fell asleep;
    • quite well that he had come down from the spiritual world, had passed
    • Saturn when he was passing through the world of the stars, on his way
    • look with the consciousness of Inspiration upon the time we pass
    • way back to Earth, passing — now with more, now again with
    • as we relate ourselves to the starry spheres through which we pass,
    • forth from the world that is purely spiritual, we pass first through
    • that will come in the next lecture. Then we pass through the spheres
    • the spiritual world and passes, on his way to Earth, through the
    • antipathy with which he passes through the one or other sphere, so
    • now, in addition to passing through the sphere of the Moon, the soul
    • determines whether the soul is to become man or woman, by its passage
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    • physical nature in our instincts and our passions. These are of
    • instincts and urges and passions, has again — this time we have
    • look within and perceive ourselves in our instincts and passions,
    • assume form and shape, then again it will dissolve and pass away. The
    • and passions. You must not however think of them as belonging first
    • the Ahrimanic powers. He is completely given up to his passions and
    • a karma that their instincts and passions have prepared for them,
    • as it is by nature before man’s passions and desires begin to
    • and contaminated by passion and desire.
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    • who has passed through the Gate of Death, the Moon is transformed, as
    • after death we have passed the sphere of Saturn, we become ripe to
    • this moment is described as the passage from the soul-world into
    • your passage from the soul-world into Spirit-land.
    • unfoldment of our destiny, our Karma. It is while passing through the
    • That will be when the Earth herself will have passed into quite new
    • not be utterly absorbed in earthly things, but should pass over, ever
    • will come to pass when mankind truly comprehends the leadership
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • repeated passing through life? As a rule, this is answered by saying
    • was a human being. When evening came, however, and one passed into
    • soul has passed from incarnation to incarnation. At first it was
    • was always taken into consideration that our incarnations have passed
    • was essential for this time, which had already witnessed the passing
    • event would have passed by them unnoticed. Then human souls would
    • earth could have been overlooked by everyone, just as it passed
    • in a muddled fashion. This epoch could pass by humanity without
    • It could easily happen that this great event might pass
    • opportunity offered in this period. To let it pass unheeded would be
    • wish to prevent humanity from letting this event pass by unnoticed
    • cognition what is actually there but that may pass human beings by
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    • when the human being has passed through death and out of one earthly
    • to pass through a spiritual life between death and a new birth. When
    • has passed in the course of different periods of time. First, there
    • deny that he has passed through his youth. This age was designated as
    • transition. Please do not say that such a leap, such a passage as
    • from the eyes of those who are alive, and they may pass people by
    • leaving not a trace as it passed completely unnoticed by millions of
    • passage in one of his works, described the Christians as a secret and
    • whole of human evolution, passed without a trace, unnoticed by a vast
    • today to see to it that this transitional event may not pass us by
    • return of Christ thus will come to pass for humanity through the fact
    • birth will also be passed differently if human souls have experienced
    • will already have passed through the portal of death and will be
    • task by seeing to it that a sublime event such as this not pass
    • humanity by, leaving no trace behind. If it were to pass without
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    • years have passed since the Mystery of Golgotha, the Christ impulse
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IV: Mysteries of the Universe: Comets and the Moon
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    • wither in the least when he learns to grasp what is really passing
    • — and another has passed beyond this point. A time will come
    • how it surpasses all general feelings of sublimity — to
    • more out of passion, out of feeling, is related to the dry,
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture V: The Reappearance of Christ in the Etheric
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    • times, during which we shall slowly pass into the third millennium.
    • relatively soon as we pass into the renewal of the age of Abraham.
    • pass by unnoticed.
    • him if he has already passed through the portal of death at the time
    • feeling of human beings to pass themselves off as the Christ. There
    • disastrous if human beings should fail to pass the spiritual test.
    • Those will pass it who know that human faculties go through a further
    • come to pass for humanity if we interpret in the right sense the omen
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    • When these words were spoken, more than 3,000 years had passed since
    • wild and tempestuous passions and impulses could be subdued only when
    • develops compassion and mercy shall find compassion in others.”
    • receive the Christ impulse directly into himself So it came to pass
    • twentieth century has passed, some people will, with full
    • spiritual world. After the first millennium of Kali Yuga had passed,
    • world here on earth or has already passed through death: if he has
    • the effects of the event of Golgotha will pass him by without a trace
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    • controlled by an understanding bound to the brain, should not pass by
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    • heart of man. In the course of earthly evolution, this blood passed
    • thus come to pass through Christ Jesus had not taken place, man's
    • this comes to pass, individuals will be able to comprehend the event
    • pass; it is an event of nature. That it will come to pass is as true
    • visible to physical eyes. Through what came to pass during those
    • Then will come the time when the earth passes into
    • comes to behold Christ, whether or not they have already passed
    • understanding of the Christ have already passed through the portal of
    • pass over into the spiritual world. The residue left behind by the
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture X: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 1
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    • ourselves to life. If later, when we have passed through death, we
    • passes through the portal of death, he takes with him the conditions
    • of those souls — and this must be said with compassion —
    • pass over into the spiritual world after death, souls who wished to
    • pass through the portal of death in such a way that they can be
    • have passed through the portal of death. Let us assume that the realm
    • sphere, strive for the Christ to pass unnoticed through the twentieth
    • human beings away from Christ, Who passed through the Mystery of
    • brotherhoods in the place of Christ, Who is to pass by unobserved.
    • interest in the true Christ, Who has passed through the Mystery of
    • Christ as individuality, as He is intended to pass over the earth,
    • impulses of extremely conscious spirituality are passing from all
    • who no longer belong to the physical plane but have passed through
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XI: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 2
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    • will no longer be able to encompass the full reality. Only when these
    • which is the true reality, will they be able to encompass the full
    • encompass the future and to show the need to have these things
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    • morning and are interrupted during the day; the cosmic stream passes
    • wish to bypass the Mystery of Golgotha, it is a matter of exploiting
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • dreams. Passions, emotions, feelings are in truth only dreamt; they
    • whom he was especially related who have passed through the portal of
    • imprisoned in it. One must have compassion for such human souls
    • that, that one is united with loved ones who have already passed on.
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    • Passages from two lectures given in Berlin, 30th
    • spirit in another form, spirit that has passed into another form as
    • processes through which the substances he consumes pass. We breathe,
    • solidifying, salting element, passing through everything which comes
    • he perceives, but passes everything by, develops less warmth of his
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    • evolution further. And it came to pass in the following manner.
    • form of Light, shadow also comes to pass. What is shadow? It is Air.
    • pass.
    • today has reprinted a passage from the writings of Basilius
    • in this passage is a fragment of embryology, expressed in pictures.
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture II: Hidden Centres of the Mysteries in the Middle Ages
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    • was a cave, through which they passed to deep, inner clefts, going
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture III: The Time of Transition
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    • great deal of knowledge that passed over into the literature of
    • knowledge! And that which comes to pass externally in such a person
    • who does not know how much was brought to pass in those days through
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    • Earth events and pass along the ways of Earth evolution, sharing the
    • earlier times was life and at the same time knowledge that could pass
    • the rulership passed over to the unrighteous lords of the world (the
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture V: Occult Schools in the 18th and First Half of the 19th Century
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    • became clear to him that currents pass, like electro-magnetic
    • then it passes over into the whole human being.
    • attention was given in this school to the passage of the Moon through
    • phases. They watched out in the Cosmos the passage of the Moon
    • see that in the course of its passage into the eye it is divided into
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    • pass over into sleep in highest purity and after intimate
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    • Here you have an example of how the true iron passes over into art,
    • must always pass over into art, since with abstract concepts one
    • cannot compass the whole of reality. And this is the admonition to our
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    • souls, they tried to pass over into sleep in highest purity and after
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    • period of evolution that is now passed, the super-sensible Beings were
    • can say of him that he is a man of compassion, or that he has done
    • to pass on to active thinking; it is for these that Michael will work,
    • remember, that which really passes over into the being of the soul;
    • of those of the nature of the Archangels, passes over into the nature
    • of the Archai. He will gradually pass over into a Guiding Being, he
    • carry it out. From this point we will pass on in our next lecture to
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas Vb: The Michael Impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha (Part II)
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    • is a matter that should not be lightly passed over. For when we speak
    • they do not know death, they never pass through death. Just as we are
    • Buddha passed through. The puerile objections which are now being made
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    • in his feelings while he is alive, this will also enable him to pass
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas VIII: The Michael Path to the Christ (Extract)
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    • came to pass in the last third of the nineteenth century, the event
  • Title: Poetry/Fairy Tales: Lecture 1: The Poetry of Fairy Tales
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    • evolution of the world our earth has passed through certain stages as
    • that the human ego passes through the various phases of its
    • science, according to whether it is passing through Aries, or Taurus,
    • passage through the constellations, we become aware of its
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    • As he passed a king's palace, the king was looking out and seeing
    • someone passing who had something written on his back, he sent his
    • in the outer world that have passed away but can still be perceived
    • people here, there, and everywhere, but he would pass by the wife he
    • answer is no, we do not. We have passed through very different forms
  • Title: Lecture: Festivals and The Mysteries. The Adonis Mystery. The Easter Thought
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    • centre of the Christian consciousness, passes through death. Good
    • the passage through death may come before your souls, that you may not
    • are to remember another thing. Remember how man passes through the
    • experiences only what is transient. But when he has passed from the
    • Spirit-land, three days after passing through the gate of death.”
    • passes through the gate of death.
    • and passing in their souls through death, rising into the Sun-sphere
    • human soul was aware how the man who in the earthly sense passes
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    • physical man — he escapes when he passes through the gate of
    • maintains the human being when he passes through the gate of death
    • Christos. Hence he who had passed beyond the three Degrees
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    • has passed through the time between death and a new birth. He has
    • lead man to remember, not how they passed through death into the
    • Passing thus from earthly secrets to cosmic secrets, from earthly
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    • spiritual life that passed through the world and evolved through
    • true inner freedom and are ripe to pass on to what should follow the
    • number of human beings have passed through incarnations in which the
    • pre-earthly life which we pass through as we approach the Earth once
    • wisdom had passed through these Temple spaces! Now that the flames
    • Passivity (or Suffering)
    • Space, Time, Position, Activity, Passivity, you will learn to read in
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture I: A Convulsive Element in Humanity in the Nineteenth Century
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    • passes from one body to another. When a Dalai-Lama dies, a new
    • flames at the moment when the Dalai-Lama is passing by with his
    • analysed its underlying idea and intention. The passages in French
    • spheres in order to make my child a poet. — One passage in
    • asks: Is it then possible that one who has passed through death
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture II: Ancient Occult Magic. The Ahasver Mystery.
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    • souls be kept from falling into despair. When the Ego which passes
    • pass into the spiritual world without finding in themselves a point
    • the moment when they pass from this world into the other world. But
    • individuality whom they believed should pass from one body into
    • far surpassing all the theories of evolution, the physics, chemistry
    • guided and what came to pass in the process of his guidance was
    • confined themselves to purely historical Christianity was passing
    • what is unknown; it is not so much the blindness of those who pass
    • impelled to give expression to what has come to pass. And now that we
    • have let these pictures pass through our souls, let me remind you of
    • of humanity passes by. He, however, rejects the ideas of the Leader
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture III: The Tragic Wrestling with Knowledge. The Secrets of the Future Sixth Cultural Period.
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    • passed through all the throes of the wrestling for knowledge in the
    • it passes with its fixed forms into the physical body, will assert
    • pass if materialism continues as at present. And if no remedial
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    • we once had (for we have all passed through lives in ancient India);
    • growth of spirit, and pass over from antiquated needs to the truly modern
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    • satisfied, one could never inject into nature something which surpasses
    • aware that, when a man has passed through an earth life, he lays aside
    • body must ask: How can I pass through the impurity of the animals in
    • order to escape from earthly regions? How pass through the plant element
    • to living amid earthly plant-condensed light — pass out into far
    • dissolve them through body-juices, pass beyond the soul-impeding minerals
    • passing through the portal of death.
    • we look in the opposite direction, toward birth, toward man's passage
    • physical filling out; only with a force relationship which can pass
    • how what has passed through the heavens to become head on earth (out
    • human being brings with him, in a certain sense, what has been passed
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    • approach a step nearer the spaceless, we pass from sculpture to painting,
    • this maneuvre. Now let three weeks pass, at which time I bring before
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    • from anthroposophical contemplation that, to pass this door, to enter
    • this door is called passing the Guardian of the Threshold. If real knowledge
    • passing the gate to the spiritual world. On the other hand, it stresses
    • enough, it surpassed human forces, even Goethe's. We must say, therefore,
    • Tieck had passed through the rationalistic “free spirit” training
    • of cognition, through which, of necessity, men must pass. Tieck shows
    • free, his passage into a purely material civilization was an historical
    • to the evening glow had passed; we must now search with all our might
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    • had not been kept. What remains is whatever in speech-formation passes
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    • of the painter. Seizing what passes in a moment, he relates it to the
    • of God, without a face so transfigured it had passed beyond the ordinary
    • of passing into the formlessness of pure wisdom. If one attains the
    • danger of passing beyond the beautiful, there where he reaches the abyss
    • subjects appear side by side. Painting lost meaning when it passed from
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    • create; must pass over to art. Ideas alone simply cannot present the
    • thinking of the realms through which we passed before descending to
    • as it were, in the wheel of life as one passes from the dead back to
    • comprehension of world and man passes over into artistic feeling and
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    • essential to realize that, having passed through materialism, it is
    • As the age of the fifth passed over into that of the third man began
    • arts — to pass from the naturalistic to the spiritual element.
    • desires and passion are crossed by paths of destiny, of karma, active
    • It is one thing if with my left eye I see somebody walk by, passing,
  • Title: Kingdom of Childhood: Lecture 1
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    • views, are confronted with a complete impasse, for everything
    • conventions to some extent and not allow all naughtiness to pass
    • passionate desire for knowledge of the external life was not ours
    • Then later, when the child has passed through the change of teeth and
  • Title: Kingdom of Childhood: Lecture 2
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    • a picture of it. From it something passes over into the entire
    • yourself passes over into the child and pursues its way within him.
    • passes over into the age of imagination and fantasy. It is not the
    • passed through in the history of civilisation.
    • arise out of these, and then you can pass over to reading.
    • the children have to pass from your Independent School into public
    • the remaining parts impassive should be taught as late as possible.
    • quality in life. A very great deal passes over from teacher to child
    • teacher to child, whereas it is so often untruth that passes between
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    • for the period between the change of teeth and puberty, passing on in
    • when the child has passed his ninth or tenth year we must introduce
    • that passes backwards into the head, into the skull.
    • were to draw the olfactory nerve of a dog, which passes through his
    • He once noticed that his pupils were passing notes under the desk.
    • passing them under their desks to their neighbours who then wrote
    • This is always the judgment that is passed by the subconscious nature
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    • one must have the gift of letting a great many things pass
    • wanted to pass on to something else and to relax the tension (which
    • whole group of his children with all their peculiarities pass before
    • them, I must try to pass from one impression to the next even more
    • pass over to the next figure (see drawing d.). I make the curved
    • pass over to a conception of how an object is reflected; if this, let
    • gone sufficiently far with that subject we pass on to another. So
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    • can pass on and say: “Look, you can find the number two
    • four you will easily be able, with the hand, to pass over to five
    • the head passes on the work to the body, for it is the body which
    • is important to pass on and not merely take counting by adding one
    • general culture of mankind pass unnoticed. Nowadays no one is
    • letting their thoughts pass from the whole to the parts.
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    • of breathing, passing along the nerve fibres, right into the physical
    • present. The cow digests her food, the digested foodstuffs pass over
    • him passes over into the strings through his bow.
    • one must feel this first of all. You will not of course pass on to
    • Only then can you pass on to what a noun, a verb or an
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    • this, but pass over to all kinds of intellectual things when the
    • you have done this with a few different minerals you can pass on to
    • and from this pass on to equilibrium and balance, and to the
    • principle. “Aliveness” in the teacher must pass over to
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    • without regard to their having passed any State examination or not. I
    • do not mean that everyone who has passed a State examination is
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    • the upper sphere and do not pass into the lower organic currents
    • done in the case of Neurasthenia and Hysteria. Then we can pass on to
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    • the medical man must pass Nature's examination. But it cannot be
    • in Nature itself, so that we can pass Nature's examination and thus
    • here indicated has been made impassable by the natural scientific
    • passed through the professional curriculum of today, will not only
    • observe in plants and lower forms of animals, passing on from these to
    • should come to perceive, in passing downwards from plant to mineral,
    • healing. Here we can really pass Nature's examination, for we see how
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    • speak, in a tangible form, the passing of plastic activity from out of
    • must pass from the general definitions just given, to the particular
    • Now pass from the reasons compelling us to combat the intestinal flora
    • region where you have to pass from serotherapy through vegetable
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    • that today passes for science.) If all “saline substances” behave in
    • these the earth itself is, so to speak, the support and matrix. Pass
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    • what happens as you pass between the trees, enveloped in the scent of
    • something that passes from the etheric body to the astral, for
    • surface of man. Our task today is to pass beyond the abstract,
    • Now you are fully aware that in nature every process tends to pass
    • passes into evacuation, and be the polar counterpart of
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    • scientific than what passes for science today. The bladder is mainly
    • regulating of respiration passes over into regulation of the other
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    • comparatively slightly modified in their passage as far down as the
    • stomach. They are then further altered by the intestines, pass into
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    • to pass through stages of development only possible because certain
    • has a fortune and wastes it recklessly until he passes the zero point,
    • opposite effects. Passing the second zero, you will come to a higher
    • being taken in as food; this is consumed, and passed on, though
    • oyster shell. In that process, we pass from the resultant of combining
    • and man. Let us pass downwards through the watery zone round the
    • passes beyond the formation of the oyster's shell, and has just as
    • follow a way passing from outside the body inward, beginning with the
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    • borderline where Natural Science passes over Spiritual Science. For,
    • quite definite statements to this effect, in some passages. This,
    • that we knock against something and cannot pass beyond the bodily
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    • formation of a tumour provides an easy passage for all manner of
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    • protective instinct, the instinctive awareness of injury passes over
    • would be wholly wrong to suppose that the passage of sugar out of the
    • alcohol. But that is only all initial “touch” which may pass off and
    • it superfluous to pass on to a matter which should be very useful in
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    • The interplay of activity and passivity is much impaired in all
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    • interaction between the forces passing into the plant from the earth,
    • But this tendency, which expresses Cosmic forces passing into the
    • work upwards into the plant, passing from the earth to the plant's
    • passes from the material process to that of the spirit. But beneath
    • separate unity in themselves. It may come to pass that owing to a
    • unity in themselves. It may come to pass that owing to a weakness of
    • matter for us is to be able to cure. So tomorrow I propose to pass
    • life of the individual, man passes through something of which the
    • more dependent on activities working chemically, then passes on to
    • shall go further into this in the next lecture, passing from the
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    • where the foodstuffs are passed from the intestinal process to the
    • we pass naturally to the study of the external world as revealed, for
    • Now follow further these ammoniacal salts; and note that if they pass
    • these substances in the formation of blood and lymph, pass the
    • this change. They cannot pass over the boundary between the activity
    • much passes through from the first digestive area into the region of
    • which pass upwards from below. The other essential metallic processes
    • too much digestive matter should pass into the blood, and which are
    • nature one ascends to the narrowing of the compass of a medicinal
    • avoid drifting into materialism; for we have come to such a pass today
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    • reflection of higher permanent soul life which passes through
    • permanent soul-life is behind; it makes its descent and passes
    • the body a human being has who has passed through the change of
    • The body changes with each year that passes. We are perpetually
    • the seventh and fourteenth years every human being passes through a
    • has passed his twenty-first year, an abnormality appears in the liver
    • world; and this would mean that when they passed afterwards through
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    • here from their foundations, in order then to pass on afterwards to
    • his tragedies, which stimulate fear and compassion in the spectators
    • patient's being unable to pass from intention to deed, had to be
    • now, before we can pass on to consider the practical side in detail,
    • own energy to evoke in his soul a deep compassion with the child's
    • composure as an objective picture for which nothing but compassion is
    • quite well be that the person who is now passing his life in complete
    • from that moment on no contact with the world. He passed then through
    • come in through a rather twisted and contorted passage of entry! And
    • would find its fulfilment only when the child had passed through the
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    • let us pass on to the astral body. The astral body is also connected
    • to do is to pass on then to the way in which the element of soul
    • passage; it holds fast the ego and astral body — that is to
    • passes over into pathological unconsciousness. The human being wakes
    • to pass from the more educational treatment to the more medical.
    • same time to the point where epileptic phenomena pass over quite
    • think, not of passing temporary symptoms, but of permanent symptoms.
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    • the organ that does not pass over into consciousness, if there is
    • must face quite dispassionately — unless we want to go through
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    • the stimulation is not passed on to the ether body, least of all to
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    • at first he would pass people by with indifference, he now recognises
    • respectable city family to have to put their boy to a trade! To pass
    • a year and a half had passed, the boy had progressed so far as to be
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    • occur. The fits pass and he jumps up all right. In 1924 a puncture
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    • excited. That will pass. You will see, a reaction will come, and a
    • now we must pass on to another boy who sees everything in colours. He
    • rainbow pass over from one into another, slowly, the child following
    • passage of history. For the remarkable thing is that in his next life
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    • ourselves over quite passively to the world. Indeed, Science
    • we go beyond this passivity we are only led into dreams and
    • account so soon as we pass out into universal space.
    • filled, we gaze into that world where we passed a life of soul
    • consciousness. The passing-over into this state is connected
    • into physical existence, just as at death he passes from the
    • atrophies; and thus we pass out of the physiological sphere
    • this way we pass beyond the point of mere experiment and
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    • force up into the rhythmic system, then it passes into the
    • it passes into the digestive tract. The second way is by
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    • Every day we observe the human being passing from that
    • and Ego-organisation pass entirely out of the physical and
    • human organisation, to pass from the realm of pathology to an
    • physical body. The way in which the nerves pass inwards from
    • astral body and the Ego pass out and the physical-etheric part
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    • quite passively to the world. Indeed, Science itself demands
    • passivity we are only led into dreams and fantastic notions.
    • account so soon as we pass out into universal space.
    • has become filled, we gaze into that world where we passed a
    • for you are living in an empty consciousness. The passing-over
    • existence, just as at death he passes from the physical world
    • the organ becomes disturbed, or atrophies; and thus we pass out
    • pass beyond the point of mere experiment and test in order to
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    • observe the human being passing from that condition wherein he
    • in sleep the astral body and Ego-organisation pass entirely out
    • organisation, to pass from the realm of pathology to an
    • way in which the nerves pass inwards from the senses and are
    • asleep, the astral body and the Ego pass out and the
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    • Before we pass on from the pathological to the therapeutical —
    • portion of the tree. Too little physical substance passes through it,
    • its etheric element is excessive. The excess of the etheric passes
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    • the material substance itself, passes through it and affects the
    • Before we pass on from the pathological to the therapeutical —
    • portion of the tree. Too little physical substance passes through it,
    • its etheric element is excessive. The excess of the etheric passes
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    • passed over into acts, into a reformation of that spiritual
    • passed over into the hands of Trusts, or similar Combines. This
    • when the old aristocratic forms of society passed over into its
    • of production are in no way commodities, but must pass from man
    • in the light of what has actually come to pass, that one may
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    • cast off, the astral body still contains all the passions,
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    • components, as well as the ego, which it encompasses. What
    • centuries. There are people today who look up passages in
    • enter into the ego? Christian evolution has passed through a
    • earth the very wisdom that passes from the Sun to the earth.
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    • This is mentioned in passing to fortify those who have to
    • and Germany, so that he had soon encompassed the total of the
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    • is the same impulse that passed through the entire
    • activated within us when we let our thoughts pass through our
    • everything that passes through our nervous system. And just
    • passes through our nervous system, a thought would flash up
    • that we must pass from a human to a universal life through
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    • must pass to find the Savior — the Savior who has
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    • nothing to do with His ego; it passed into the spiritual
    • in a state of the highest degree of passive devotion. All
    • questioning ego. Today, any soul that accepts passively what
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    • from which it emerges every morning so that it can pass into
    • an individual in ancient India. When it passed through death
    • the worlds through which a human being must pass. The moment
    • human evolution comes to pass slowly and gradually, and
    • world. This is reflected in that passage of the New Testament
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    • to pass through stages of intellectual insights, and we can
    • passed flashed up before him:
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    • quality of our present-day consciousness has passed through a process
    • knowledge, even sometimes their reflections, never pass beyond what
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    • by passing through the Mystery of Golgotha, was to bring into man's
    • work particularly on the head and implant in the human being a passing
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    • when he passes through Initiation to experience entry into a sphere of
    • many ways, even things which passed unnoticed at the time. The times,
    • casually in passing, or your eye has caught it as you were reading. In
    • have passed — goes more intensively into our feelings. Ordinarily
    • astral body have experienced is passed on to the etheric and physical
    • passed over into man's inner being. To take one example: when a man
    • of observation and experiment, cease to be valid as soon as we pass
    • penetrate with modern methods into these things and to pass through
    • passes through Initiation, to experience entry into a sphere of being
    • rather that their dreams will be dulled. Just as man has passed since
    • — that as soon as the spiritual comes into action, we pass at
    • meaning we have to develop a new faculty; we have to pass with right
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    • among Earth men. These are the Beings who passed over into the figures
    • These are the Beings who passed over into the figures of myths and
    • the Cosmos, until at a later stage he passes over to dwell with the
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    • When we go to sleep at night the thoughts and ideas which have passed
    • have passed into a sort of nothingness, and they can only think of
    • difference of experience when we have passed through so-called death
    • when a spiritual being is looking at us. When we pass through the
    • In a sense what is passive here is active there, and what is active
    • here is passive there. From this you can see, my dear friends, that we
    • greater events, such as the passage of the human soul through death
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    • Strange as it may sound, w hen we have passed the middle of our
    • instincts and passions in man's nature. In no other way is one brought
    • age in a human being when the passions (and often the lowest and
    • have to pass, if we wish to bring Spiritual Science into the world.
    • words; so that something of what I have been allowed to say may pass
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    • front of it to pass through it. Because the Earth is a mirror of the
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    • Only when He passed through the Resurrection did He appear again to
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    • autumn Michael festival something that would pass over into men's
    • If instead of the passive members of the Anthroposophical Society,
    • is coming to pass. They may perhaps focus the contemplative forces of
    • souls does not become united with what is passing through the time as
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    • season of change which he passed through in moving on from
    • the mother's body the human being passes through the animal forms one
    • everything passively, wants to set himself down in front of the world
    • “reminder.” Both elements seem to apply in this passage.
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    • however, is constantly changing, passing out and in. And this “breath
    • that has now passed into the head becomes strong, and the feet wither.
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    • that a wagon has passed and made the two ruts with the wheels, and a
    • cannot pass this line; all he can do is to send his arrows of feeling
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    • person who owed them three marks. I was filled with compassion and at
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    • blood-circulation. With this passage from above downwards is thrust
    • passage is an extract from the “First Eclogues” in Book
    • live’s bondage, yet may disburden a passion
    • Now a passage from the Kalevala: and we will try,
    • a passage from Swinburne’s “Tristram of Lyonesse
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    • Two passages, taken from the German and the
    • pass over the stage.)
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    • Her image had passed into his soul for ever and
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    • short passages we shall now compare the two versions of
    • And finally, a short passage of alliterative
    • Passus IX, 152-191:
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    • works like his “Achilleis”, from which a passage will
    • recited a passage from Goethe’s “Achilleis”.
    • flies as high as a passage
    • following passage (Book VI, 189-214):
    • personal experience passes over into a lyrical experience. Here we
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    • we pass through the period in which man traversed the great,
    • left under the necessity of passing
    • suited to such a passing-beyond-the-content and approach to the
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    • mode. And while declamation, as stemming from the blood, passes
    • should be apparent upon hearing a passage from the
    • ballad-style; and lastly a short passage from Goethe’s German
    • passe,
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    • Or any cunning compass its fall,
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    • element of Spirit, which can encompass something that belongs to all
    • pictures which the Gospels give of the compassionate life of Jesus.
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    • to remain with the Guardian of the Threshold and not to pass beyond
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    • passes over in a heightened form to the Christ. Occult clairvoyant
    • picture has to be given of the world a man enters on passing through
    • etheric body after death. We know that on passing through the gate of
    • passes over into the Kamaloka region for the period of purification
    • passes over to Christ Jesus, and man will ever more and more meet
    • office of Karmic Judge passes over to Christ Jesus in the higher
    • come to pass, an event which works into the Christ-development of
    • passes through all these incarnations — the human individuality
    • Nazareth, preparing that body, pass out with the
    • such a life-thread as our human one had passed into a physical human
    • passed in a much more perfect condition from incarnation to
    • who, as man, did not surpass other men. This personality had
    • surpassed them before he was thirty years of age — but no
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    • From such a passage
    • came to pass for the world's evolution through Christianity.
    • this is something that passes like a magic breath through the first
    • thirst for knowledge, with a passion for gaining as quickly as
    • eyes. Should he wish at the same time to understand another passage,
    • Today there is really more need for a certain passive attitude
    • ought to stream towards them in a certain passive way. For we must be
    • this inward passivity have developed feelings of whole-hearted
    • soul of Richard Wagner had not ripened in a certain passive way, if
    • We can discern this in the passages where he refers to the
    • reference is made to some passage do we take into account the
    • passage must be read. Every tradition which rests only upon the
    • This can be shown in numberless passages. As an example let us take
    • can say, too, that the last transcriber or translator of this passage
    • that the last conclusion, the imparting of the mystery, does not pass
    • has passed between teacher and pupil.
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    • which passes as the fundamentally eternal in us from incarnation to
    • when he has passed through the gate of death. And we can fully
    • consciousness, which had passed over from Buddha to his followers.
    • passes over into the new incarnation.
    • off the human form entirely on passing through death, as he was on
    • seems to say that the physical body passes over into the elements of
    • sadly the Greek sees pass away, and the Ego-consciousness. We meet
    • that when we pass through the gate of death we retain at least the
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    • To see how important this is, we need only recall a passage in the
    • take these important words seriously, we cannot simply pass them over
    • And now let us pass
    • minute particulars, as we have just seen in the passage read to you.
    • But this passage includes one detail that calls for particular
    • individual passes through the gate of death, Paul says: ‘With
    • cherished by the Greeks, was lost for ever in passing through the
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    • in the case of every human being, even of the highest Adept, passes
    • is to pass it by? Is there no other way?’
    • It has become something that falls to pieces when he passes through
    • hidden connection exists between what has come to pass through the
    • the physical body — that is, through the Form — can pass
    • forces preponderate. It came to pass that one man, who was the bearer
    • had passed through the gate of death, and had gone through the period
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    • individuality passed over into his three-fold being.
    • earth-evolution has passed from incarnation to incarnation. This
    • individuality of Zarathustra passed over from the Solomon Jesus-child
    • individuality of Zarathustra passed into him. We know also that this
    • passing over is intimated in the scene of the twelve-year-old Jesus
    • Zarathustra passed over into this twelve-year-old child. From the
    • twelve-year-old Jesus in the Temple, there is a passage: ‘And
    • man’. (Luke II:52). In truth this passage stands as follows
    • that pours itself into external beauty of form. In this passage,
    • just this that had passed out of the threefold bodily nature of Jesus
    • can say that it would have dissolved and passed over, not into the
    • in the passage where Christ Jesus wishes to explain to his
    • to pass over into men’. That is what Christ wished to say when
    • other body that is embalmed, it came to pass that after the burial
    • the material parts quickly volatilised and passed over into the
    • passes over into all people. Paul himself is convinced that it was
    • also appeared to them, as he says in the following passage:
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    • you the passage — that he would have to tear up his whole
    • spirit, had to continue as a vital fact. And this came to pass
    • pass over gradually into one another, and what was formerly right
    • will gradually pass over into something else when people are ready
    • ceremonies will change, and that which formerly came to pass through
    • whence something substantial passed over into the soul. They were not
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    • and bear my fate resignedly, as it comes to pass. For had it not come
    • to pass as it has done, as I have experienced it, I should not have
    • were pursuing. He could have passed by, so to speak, far above the
    • when it is not a confession of passive, easy-going resignation, but
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    • to passion and desire in the world of sense. Where did these Luciferic
    • passions inciting him to crave for what is to be found only on earth
    • would have arisen in him. The passions, urges and desires of man were
    • balance; the one does not outweigh the other — so many passions and
    • soon as he actually did. His passion and craving for the world of
    • sensuous passions that are becoming increasingly prevalent on earth —
    • animals, will sink into animal impulses, animal passions. And in many
    • case that what comes to pass reveals itself in its effect, beforehand;
    • world through which man passes between death and a new birth
    • the spiritual world, was ensnared in desires and passions under the
    • existence; inasmuch as the passions and desires contained in the
    • the human being when he passes through the gate of death. The modern
    • The reference is to a passage in The Secret Doctrine, by H. P.
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    • revealed in the scene of the “Passage to the Mothers”, where
    • passions, no desires would have arisen from his sense-perceptions; he
    • instincts, passions and desires which arose in the human astral body
    • But because man had passed through this evolution, a different
    • illusion. When a man's desires and passions flow along evil paths and
    • consequences come to pass inevitably. Since the second half of the
    • forces, comparable only with the passions, the inner urges and
    • and men who can unfold passions, this third stratum — just as the
    • those we know as human and animal passions and impulses. The fourth or
    • understand the mysterious connections of what has come to pass on the
    • of the passions of men. The same fire that is now below was then
    • air and water which, again by way of the passions of men, led to the
    • compassion in the fullest measure. It must be absolutely clear to an
    • of karma must necessarily lead to compassion; our compassion for the
    • emanating from the foes of mankind and trespassing deeply into human
    • question demands. Spiritual science may pass through many destinies;
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    • began to pass through incarnations as an individual, as well as the
    • man. In the middle is the real man. This enduring entity which passes
    • passed and which have become invisible to him, of which he is no
    • in this passage of the Letter to the Community of Ephesus which stands
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    • significant passages in the Apocalypse and you will find that what is
    • to pass after our own Root Race, for example, during the sixth and
    • passed away, are immediately present. This means, therefore, that at
    • enacted on the great stage of outer world-existence. What came to pass
    • in Palestine, came to pass as actual, historic fact, following in
    • has passed beyond the heights of Christian astral vision? The Mystical
    • ready to pass over into that world and to attain the stage of
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    • realise that the way of the Passion, the Death, the Resurrection, the
    • Initiates, was the Passion, Dying and Resurrection of the “Son of
    • Mysteries the Initiate beheld the Passion, the Dying and the
    • to the Christian Mystery. Light will then be thrown on many a passage.
    • passed through the stages of evolution which man will attain only in
    • to pass, namely that in the course of the Fifth Root Race, men
    • Beings. Thus the guidance and leadership of mankind passes over from
    • Other passages, too, indicate that the Word was an Angel, but
    • Something very significant comes to pass. In order to understand it
    • Again something of particular significance comes to pass in evolution.
    • Passion, Death, Resurrection and Ascension. The seven seals belong to
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    • strictly dispassionate and objective; art is said to have nothing in
    • the laws of Nature, we must pass over into the realm of art. A heresy
    • intellectuality must here be allowed to pass over into the domain of
    • when the kind of thinking that otherwise gives itself up passively,
    • observation of outer events, to allow thoughts passively to follow
    • thinking ought to be passive, and then they fall asleep because they
    • disrupted the very being of man. To pass from the state of disruption
    • passed over and were embodied in ritual and cult.
    • shown how man must regain a knowledge that passes by way of art to
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    • nay even thousands of years, these souls have passed. The attempt
    • East. It was a conviction which passed over into Greek culture, for
    • humanity and we must then pass on to the answers that may be given by
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    • the child passes its seventh year — and this, too, was known in
    • have been passed, the period during which human nature rises up most
    • puberty. The human being passed in dimmed consciousness through this
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    • civilization has to offer, that can be passed on to the child in its
    • ‘objective,’ as passive and calm as possible, in short to
    • be a passive reflection of the outer world and a mere handmaiden of
    • They must not only be received by the child who sits passively, but
    • they must move his arms and hands and guide him when he passes out
    • thought. Theoretical observation passes over into artistic feeling
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    • forces work and, arrested by the gums, pass over into speech. If at
    • passed over into Roman culture, becoming more and more shadowy, until
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    • enacted by the human organism as it passes from the horizontal to the
    • passes into the brain, where it becomes the impulse of speech.
    • work in the child. All that comes to him from his environment passes
    • on the senses; it simply passes unnoticed by the child. Everything
    • intellectual leaves the child unaffected, he passes it by. What, then,
    • imagination in which his early years are passed. For if we allow his
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    • then, must understand that when the child has passed his seventh year and
    • The pictorial and artistic tends of itself to pass into the more
    • though the impulse does not pass into action.
    • longs to pass from abstract words into the rhythms of poetry; the
    • life are passed by unperceived by the materialist. True observation of
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    • fundamental form is firmly in his mind, we pass on to the
    • always be living and vital. We shall find that when he has passed the
    • the child a mental picture of the plant in its cosmic setting, we pass on
    • point of view it is easy to pass on to the different plants. For instance,
    • been given living ideas of the growth of the plants, we can pass on
    • pass on to consider the series of bones in the spinal column and the
    • threefold nature of his being. Passing to the animals, we explain how
    • can pass on to study man himself. This should be when the child is
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    • from these studies passes out of the physical and etheric bodies into
    • which pass out of the physical and etheric bodies during sleep. But
    • another. Eventually, of course, we can pass on to the ordinary 1, 2,
    • must not pass on to addition in a lifeless, mechanical way merely adding
    • pass on to the separate parts; later, we find our way to the ordinary
    • Then for perhaps five or six weeks we pass on to another subject, but
    • That may safely be left to them! Everything depends on what has so passed
    • minuend, the product and thence pass on to the parts.
    • that is swallowed and passes into the stomach. Just as we would never
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    • concepts and even dead feelings will pass with a withering effect
    • we must pass on from physics and chemistry to various forms of practical
    • expression — as a finer kind of habit which passes into the
    • passes from the stage of consciousness to that of self-consciousness.
    • mind that the child only begins to pass from consciousness to
    • age of nine or ten before we pass to the New Testament as such. In
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    • from the outer world immediately engages his attention but passes away
    • foundation and what then passes over from the body into the soul.
    • song, but we must pass on as soon as possible to an understanding of
    • concepts and ideas have to pass into pictures. Any plastic skill that
    • develops from out of a vital principle passes back into
    • the dawn gates of beauty canst thou pass into the realm of
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    • required of it; otherwise the first train that passes over it
    • that people pass one another by in life, that they have no
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    • prepare what will then pass through the gate of death and live
    • certain time must pass when, as it were, his karma makes a
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    • But surely the question arises as to whether dying, the passing
    • this passes over into the blood organisation of the child, and
    • change of teeth the child's interest passes over from gesture
    • well-founded reasons for or against it. This passes over the
    • order to pass through the different stages of life.
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    • age before passing over from a pictorial presentation to one
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    • Latin; on the other hand he did not pass muster for the
    • were writing letters and passing them round. Now what did he do
    • has passed his examination than at another who through his
    • someone has passed examinations; he can undoubtedly still be an
    • passed examinations.
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    • time has been imaginative and pictorial must pass over, for
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    • relationship to souls who have passed through death and are
    • into a passion of anger, they become over-emotional. Naturally
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    • important and to pass lightly over the unimportant.
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    • let us pass on to the Roman civilisation. There the whole man
    • remained when culture passed over into mediaeval times.
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    • speak so precisely; the situation has passed over into a more
    • came the examination. The results were passable. However, in
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • for that is when writing first arose. Later the process passed
    • showing its original source, we compass the whole being and
    • all, in principle — and must, in spite of it, pass on,
    • learnt like this from isolated instances, we pass on — no
    • activity of the eye passes mysteriously over into the entire
    • continue, in fact, throughout our teaching to pass like this
    • grow as if of himself into what we desire to pass on to him,
    • the right experiences pass from his head into his limbs:
    • what we impart to him, comes to meet us, then this is passing
    • must not understand what just passes from ear to ear, but what
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    • between waking and sleeping which is passed in a day, we have
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    • quite wise gradually to pass from the purely abstract art which
    • pass in a flow of recitative and the rhyme be sung like an aria.
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    • respect, for the grown-up, it is important to pass on to
    • like this is the time ripe for passing on to the first elements
    • putting reading passages before him: let us teach him to read
    • grammar, into the knowledge of grammar? We pass with our pupil
    • certain passages in novels. In fact, this is quite atavistic
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    • try to pass with the child from the whole of the word to the
    • the kind I have described. Then civilization passed over to the
    • (and here you pass on to small letters) there grew this sign,
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    • in reading, in the reading of a given passage. In order to
    • is given a reading passage, and the investigation is now
    • reading passage, that is, first to introduce the person
    • concerned to the meaning of such a reading passage. Then, after
    • called “passive comprehension.” After having dealt
    • supposed to be passively comprehended. For through this passive
    • assimilation of a reading passage there should occur what is
    • in scheme or plan and then passively assimilated. And then
    • a reading passage, then of passive assimilation, then of
    • reading passage is most effectively grasped, read, and
    • like this: You can remember a reading passage better when you
    • passage if you want to learn it easily. And here I must make
    • for himself that a reading passage can be remembered better
    • greatly when the children are passed every year to a fresh
    • are people who can remember great passages of prose in contrast
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    • just when the children have passed their ninth year. We shall
    • way you compass the whole human being, not merely the
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    • come to the tenth year we pass at some point the phase which I
    • reading and later go on to arithmetic; but I shall only pass on
    • refracted, how they then pass through the vitreous humour and
    • dash is T, and so on. In this way we can read off what passes
    • closed by a wire passed from the first station to the second,
    • produced by wires which pass to and fro and into which the
    • Theory of Professor Einstein. I only say this as a passing
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    • question with your children. You will select reading passages,
    • and begin by calling on the children to read these passages
    • if you do not at first have the passages translated into their
    • reading passage, with accurate pronunciation, etc. Then it is a
    • reading passages. Simply let the child tell in his own words
    • the story of the passage; pay careful attention to any omission
    • there, of course, who can reproduce the passage very well; that
    • form conclusions in everyday life and then pass on to
    • language, of first taking a reading passage through, and then
    • language, in conversation, to take reading passages as I have
    • pass the usual college entrance examinations. And we teach the
    • have the reading-passage retold and thoughts about it formed
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    • or other memorized reading passages they have previously
    • repeat a reading passage verbatim or to recite a poem, but to
    • simply give them for homework to read in their book the passage
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    • perfectly well be studied. Accordingly, you now pass on to some
    • the Rhine. Then continue the line over the Arlberg Pass, etc.,
    • pass from every imaginable subject to geography. You will not
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    • to the business letter. And no child should pass the age of
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    • have far surpassed them, but in the intermediate stage it might
    • them. But we do not adapt reading-passages which do not fire
    • the fantasy; we use, wherever possible, reading-passages which
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    • to his own being as he passes through the gate of death, to preserve
    • world oblige him to pass over into another form of existence. He
    • self-education will pass over to the child. The less we think of
    • observe the human being when, having passed through the existence
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    • with death on the one side, and will passes over beyond it.
    • wanting to pass over from its material condition and become spiritual.
    • passed through the gate of death, and our future life is expressed in
    • be found in the spinal marrow; for instance, when one nerve passes in
    • towards the posterior horn of the spinal marrow and another passes out
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    • not so much the passive element, it is the activity, i.e. how we meet
    • But let us pass on to consider the mineral and plant world. Here we
    • quite unfruitful for the earth if man did not absorb them and pass
    • Thus on the one hand we look into a world which encompasses ourselves
    • reality be so transformed that it will pass away and another thing
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    • use the plural number because at the moment in which a man passes
    • the Archangels, who enter into a man immediately he passes through the
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    • passing over to judgments and conclusions — in all this there
    • pass through the world feeling himself continually in an atmosphere of
    • longer express himself, the moment in which he passes through the
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    • purpose if we pass straight over from the psychical to the physical,
    • is when you pass the judgment “a man is good,” where you are
    • in our consciousness. Now it is just the same with all that passes
    • knowledge. With our physical body we can pass through the world in
    • pass through these world forces if this ego were to give itself up
    • when the ego in the morning passes over into the waking condition, it
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    • has already passed over from feeling-willing to feeling-thinking or
    • it passes into your full waking consciousness. Whilst you are
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    • form judgments and then pass on from them and continue on our way, we
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    • that we may get a complete survey of man, and may be able to pass on
    • back; but towards the front it passes over into the soul element. The
    • with its projections through which the spinal cord passes. Now Goethe
    • What is in the head takes its rise in the head. What passes through
    • to rest in the soul, and through this begin to pass over into tones.
    • child passes into a feeling which hallows all the varied aspects of
    • such feelings they pass over to the children by underground ways.
    • as we have discussed to-day, then an underground current will pass
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    • the body's structure and growth. Thus, before we pass on in the
    • earlier years we have no direct bridge. No stream passes over from the
    • the will. We can only do this by passing over to intellectual
    • do as follows: At the beginning of the school year he must pass his
    • period, he must pass them once more in review and see what changes
    • their school life; why it is such a mad arrangement to pass the
    • does so by twice passing the children in review, as I have explained.
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    • has passed beyond the form which the animal world has developed. Man
    • has passed through the animal world, as it were, in relation to this,
    • does warmth act when passing from a cooler place to a warmer, and vice
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    • passes through man as a stream, as a current.
    • pathways of its own making. For spirit and soul cannot pass through
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    • nose and nasal passages and the lung nature. This nose is rather like
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    • souls will have to go through after passing the portal of death. And
    • should be able to discover for each time of life, not only the passive
    • teacher, but must pass into him, become part of his being — going
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    • does, Mind can make the motions of spirit. But mind is passive. If
    • Mind, Intellect, is copy, reflection, passivity itself: — that
    • understand the world. Mind has to be passive so that the
    • continually alter and impinge upon the world. Mind is the passive
    • must endeavour to pass from the unproductive passive to the productive
    • experience of desire and passion — these belong to the soul. But
    • itself hidden. I perceive the effect in passions, in sympathy, etc. I
    • breath passes over our whole organ-ism. The thrust of the breath is
    • In intellectuality we have passive, not active spirit. Nowadays, since
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    • If we can compass all life within the confines of our own ego —
    • this new way can only be achieved by looking away from the passing
    • until I had passed my fiftieth year that I ventured to publish these
    • And when the child has passed the age of puberty he enters upon the
    • must know what processes accompany children's passions, children's
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    • “fish” we pass to f (F), and from the form of the fish we
    • shape of the lips as form, then you will be able to pass over
    • Thus what comes to pass in the child's soul by working with numbers
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    • the blood circulation and breathing system begin to develop and pass
    • system passes over into the bone system, into the whole skeleton. Up
    • dynamic which is independent of the human being passes into the
    • feels inwardly cramped if impressions do not quickly pass and give way
    • educational writings passim.]
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    • enough advanced to be able to pass into any college or university
    • passing out into life.
    • noticeable when the education passes over from the more psychic domain
    • contain boys and girls of 16 and 17, we pass on to the teaching of
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    • When men seek entry into Heaven and must pass the examination of
    • pass out into the air and be heard. Here you have the original
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    • reached puberty — a child who has just passed through that stage
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    • of what one says to them, everything passes them by — in this
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    • in the encompassing gesture of the 0-movement in eurythmy. Precisely
    • as part of the whole evolution of mankind we have already surpassed
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    • actual intestinal space through which the food passes. When we consider
    • the outer wall of the intestine, however, where the chyme passes through
    • the passing of urine. When it is necessary to animate this — for
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    • human being passes, for example, are bound up with his entire constitution;
    • whole thing with an E movement with the arms. Run so that you pass by
    • accord with the feeling of veneration. It encompasses all that which
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    • although they encompass all that I have said about such rays previously
    • he passed over in silence — as people naturally make all possible
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    • means, something entirely different is achieved than when I pass over
    • I set out in Dornach that have been passed on to you.
    • to books related to passages in the text
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    • in order to pass over into speech.
    • or less passively, or whether there is a conscious tension in the
    • passivity is transformed into movement. Their very form reveals the
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    • already passed through the intestines. The professor was in a terrible
    • from it: before it passes out, it lies there in the intestines and
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    • they would certainly eat them. But they always pass them by.
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    • is the case with all the arts except music. The other arts must pass
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    • to Schopenhauer, there is one possibility of bypassing the mental
    • ordinary human being passes through these three worlds time after
    • When he awakens each morning, man actually has passed through an
    • between sleeping and waking, man continuously passes from the
    • physical world, and in this way man passes continuously from one
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    • means that which passes from space into time.
    • were particularly developed in the Bernoulli family and passed from
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    • inhale passes through the canal of the spinal cord, and the impact of
    • passing from imaginative cognition to cognition through inspiration —
    • how man passes through the portal of death. Soon he leaves the
    • few days after man passes through the portal of death. He dwells, in
    • I have explained to you, when man has passed through the portal of
    • death, he passes at the same time from the earthly world into the
    • planet passes a constellation of fixed stars, not just one tone but a
    • body; and the stream of breath, which does not pass into solid,
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    • music can pass into that of dance. Man's metabolic system,
    • physical, at first bypassing the astral and etheric. Later, from
    • pass over to the directly experienced “I,” in that we
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    • feeling. Now, feeling passes into thinking [Vorstellen].
    • [In the following passages, Vorstellen, the forming
    • middle; on the one hand we have the feeling that passes into
    • thinking, on the other hand we have the feeling that passes into
    • which comes down from spiritual worlds, incarnates, and then passes
    • such, executed by the eurthymist. Then, however, that which passes
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    • thoughts are passed on to the Archai, the primal beginnings, how what
    • fact that the task of the Exusiai passed on to the Archai.
    • their individuality. As the world of thoughts passes from the form
    • before which the dominion over thoughts passed from the form beings
    • event, passes on to the “era of thirds” and the
    • surpasses one octave:
    • it is not an abstract description of how humanity once passed through
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    • You know from many passages in the Lecture-Courses that the evolution
    • influence, must pass into the hands of small groups who will wield
    • epoch, will become known to men and also pass into the sphere of the
    • passed through death in a normal way and then have further experiences
    • feelings of compassion, however natural and justifiable they may be. A
    • souls who have passed through the Gate of Death normally, feel a
    • who had passed through death in the normal way would have had
    • who passed through the Gate of Death in the normal way and are
    • important task devolving upon a number of human beings now passing
    • to pass into the consciousness of humanity in the Fifth Post-Atlantean
    • pass on the Earth during this Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch. There are
    • pass of the kind that has several times come to pass in the course of
    • must come to pass, into the right paths. This, of course, should never
    • to pass here, on the physical plane, and in our time present a truly
    • work like this; in their state of dream they let reality pass them by.
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    • by the feeling of compassion for those who need these ideas at the
    • whom one comes into contact — compassion for men who need these
    • consider themselves qualified to pass judgment on such matters, regard
    • was to come to pass through the Mystery of Golgotha has been, and is,
    • passing through the Gate of Death. For souls born before the year 1879
    • and those born afterwards pass into the spiritual world in different
    • advocate it; all that is necessary is compassion for men who need
    • into which we pass between death and a new birth, so too the life of
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture One
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    • physical world who, let us say, passes in front of you in the
    • the case of many a man whom you pass by (to mention this one example
    • having passed through the stage of Imagination; it is hardly possible
    • Imaginative pictures, and there were others who, having passed over
    • registered whatever has at any time come to pass in the evolution of
    • he passes through incarnations. Thus if you observe a human being now
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Two
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    • Compassion. The Missions of the Bodhisattvas and of the
    • the principle of love, compassion and innocence — in a certain sense,
    • A wonderful passage
    • religion of love and compassion, as a great world-conception, and
    • pass through this stage in order to regain clairvoyant knowledge in
    • certain incarnation passes through his existence on Earth with little
    • insight into what is moral, and little compassion for his
    • Another passes through life with very slightly developed intellectual
    • moral strength, namely the consciousness that he must have compassion
    • compassion is the very highest virtue but that without love humanity
    • he would never have understood by himself that compassion and love
    • in human forms. Revelations of the power of compassion and love came
    • through their own powers as the lofty virtues of compassion and
    • and compassion in times when men themselves did not yet realize the
    • Teacher of love and compassion. He was the Teacher throughout the
    • which drag man's instincts and passions to a lower level. Through
    • passions, sensuality, consuming egoism. The vestiges of clairvoyance
    • lower human passions. Whoever is able to see into the spiritual
    • astral forces underlying the unbridled passions of men, their
    • him of all the wild, degrading passions of men. Whoever can read the
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    • yesterday we spoke of Buddhism as the purest teaching of compassion
    • love and compassion streamed into the whole spiritual evolution of
    • the Earth. The gospel of love and compassion lives in the true
    • Buddhistic love and compassion in the fullest sense of the words; but
    • more than this all-embracing love and compassion. It might be
    • described as the translation of love and compassion into deed.
    • Compassion in the highest sense of the word is the ideal of the
    • abstain from passing judgment, to do more than is done to us, to
    • tells them. But long, long ages will have to pass before all men are
    • mankind — namely, the lofty doctrine of compassion and love. Buddha's
    • passed completely into the physical body, there were organs which it
    • what the physical body transmitted. All this passed through the soul
    • forth, affects his senses, he would pass through the world without
    • this unites with the extract of the etheric body which passes on from
    • of love and compassion, there dawned in him when he became Buddha,
    • The old knowledge has passed away from the world; men can no longer
    • being on Earth. A power that can pass over into all men is then
    • comes to pass in the future in this respect, until the principles of
    • of compassion and love, the forces developed through the principles
    • Buddha, saw a Brahman passing by and resolved to sacrifice himself in
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    • material world. Spiritual science tells us that humanity passed
    • development — were passing through incarnations, through
    • outer form and passed through a spiritual world in order then to
    • sublime conceptions taught by Buddha needed to pass through a
    • and did not pass on to the descendants. Thus after the Fall, certain
    • detached, to pass over to it the forces it needed in order to
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    • developed as compassion and love by men individually, through their
    • parents were unaffected by passion and desire. There again, profound
    • (1:40 And entered into the house of Zacharias, and saluted Elisabeth.1:41 And it came to passLuke I, 39–44).
    • part in the Feast of the Passover, and the child went with them, as
    • passes into his bodily constitution. Such a change occurs in other
    • passed into the body of the Nathan Jesus who then appeared as one
    • passed into him. This child, now so changed that his parents did not
    • Zarathustra-Ego had now passed was orphaned on the mother's side. As
    • ‘Now when all the people were baptized, it came to pass that Jesus
    • do well to turn to the passage in the next
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    • capable of discovering within himself the teaching of compassion and
    • destined to assimilate. Would an ordinary human being who had passed
    • to pass in Asia Minor and this made it necessary that the development
    • battle between these two Beings that passions rage in man. There was as
    • by passing on his etheric body to Moses and his astral body to
    • as ecstatic personalities whose utterances far surpass anything that might
    • a man understands the world of suffering, he can feel compassion, can
    • however, find the thread passing from the one to the other, for that is
    • The Being who subsequently passed into the body of the Nathan Jesus
    • sisters, and passed into the body of the Nathan Jesus. Then the
    • passed into another body — that of the Nathan Jesus. This Being
    • do well to turn to the passage in the this lecture
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    • House of David. At about his twelfth year there passed into the body
    • the Ego of Zarathustra passed into the body of the Nathan Jesus in
    • the Zarathustra-Ego was such that a further passage through Devachan
    • come to pass until the right time had arrived. That Christ is a
    • incorporate into humanity the principle of compassion and love.
    • the Earth the teaching of compassion and love, the other Bodhisattvas
    • meaning of the passage where it is said that when, as a result of the
    • individual character, however, ceases immediately we pass from
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Eight
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    • point of closest union has now already been passed. Comparing the
    • another — an effect which could then pass over to the physical
    • can kindle the fire of wonder in our souls at what has come to pass
    • the first to proclaim and establish the great teaching of compassion
    • of love and compassion as a token for coming generations of human
    • these are described in the passage in St. Luke's Gospel telling of
    • come to a passage that would be quite incomprehensible to
    • as a whole, that influences are continually passing from one human
    • know the facts. In the following passage from the eighth chapter of
    • “And it came to pass,
    • who had suffered from a certain illness for twelve years, passed
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Nine
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    • Buddha's Teaching of Compassion and Love. The Wheel of the Law. Christ
    • advances from leaf to flower; another when its life passes from the
    • 12:55 And when ye see the south wind blow, ye say, There will be heat; and it cometh to pass. \
    • Christ meant. Translators of this passage have for centuries confused
    • Buddha brought to mankind the great teaching of compassion and love.
    • great teaching of compassion and love brought by Buddha is given
    • compassion, and when we succeed in making the whole astral body a
    • enabled humanity to have knowledge of the teaching of compassion and
    • the wisdom of compassion and love.
    • have become capable of knowing the doctrine of compassion and love.
    • embody it in very life. Not only to know about compassion and love,
    • will have revealed to them the content of the doctrine of compassion
    • passed into the body of the Nathan Jesus and had there united with
    • passages about love contained in the Gospel of St. Luke:
    • Bible this passage is rendered: ‘His mouth overflows whose heart is
    • most important passages in the Gospel has remained hidden from
    • different form. When he became Buddha at that time, he passed over
    • Just as the teaching of compassion and love had first to be kindled
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    • of compassion and love and the synthesis of this in the Eightfold
    • that these souls should have passed through earlier incarnations,
    • Zarathustra passed this Ego-Being alone could bring to fulfilment
    • 7:13 And when the Lord saw her, he had compassion on her, and said unto her, Weep not. \
    • pass through the seed but comes from the realm of the Divine. He
    • entirely cut off from the outer world, passed through the spiritual
    • would also have had to pass through a condition similar to death.
    • the old form of Initiation. The wonderful passage in the Gospel of
    • 9:33 And it came to pass, as they departed from him, Peter said unto Jesus, Master, it is good for us to be here: and let us make three tabernacles; one for thee, and one for Moses, and one for Elias: not knowing what he said. \
    • The results of all these processes have passed into the faculties
    • prepared but men who in spite of having passed through many incarnations,
    • ‘wisdom’ was now to pass into humanity as inner strength, inner
    • conception of what came to pass on Golgotha. When Earth evolution
    • through them. As men pass through incarnation after incarnation, the
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture One: The Homeless Souls
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    • Other souls, who may pass patiently through childhood —
    • Having passed through their Wagnerian metamorphosis, they were
    • unbelievable passages which never ceased to amaze, because the book
    • Of course some strange people also passed through Weimar. There
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Three: The Opposition to Spiritual Revelations
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    • ancient Greeks who experienced the Oedipus problem. It passed down
    • generations, but encompasses a true understanding of cosmic
    • rejection of our opponents' position — compassion. It is
    • necessary to have compassion in spite of everything, because the
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Four: Spiritual Truths and the Physical World
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    • except that their passion for cards is even stronger. At least that
    • this we should emphasize her compassion for mankind — she
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Five: The Decline of the Theosophical Society
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    • nonsense simply to say that we pass through kamaloka as if our
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Six: The Emergence of the Anthroposophic Movement
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    • transmit something which, although passed down by traditional means,
    • calculated the passage of souls through various incarnations.
    • body decomposes, a single atom remains, passes through the time
    • That is the permanent atom which passes through incarnations.
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    • pass over these things lightly with the argument that not only are
    • all-encompassing phenomenon which naturally affected the
    • the Anthroposophical Society passed through this period without in
    • forgotten that all the feelings which passed through people's minds
    • passed through two phases in the way I have described, there is
    • to grow with every passing day. If it does so, there can be no doubt
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Eight: Responsibility to Anthroposophy
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    • Phenomena may pass, but the laws are immutable. In the sense that
    • a voyage to India. It was a rough passage; many people on board
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • dispassionately, from a more detached angle.
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    • imaginary passage of the Sun round the Earth, that is to say,
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Three: Form and Substantiality of the Mineral Kingdom in Relation to the Levels of Consciousness in Man
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    • encompasses us, we are still within the realm of stars. The Earth,
    • the body, we are then able to follow a person who has passed through
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Four: The Secret of Investigation into Other Realms through the Metamorphosis of Consciousness
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    • methods. The human organism has changed radically with the passage of
    • knowledge have changed with the passage of time. As I said in the
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • soul which has recently passed through the gates of death.
    • environment gradually encompasses us. A new world arises, the world
    • the world through which he passes between death and a new
    • impassivity, our phlegm, is determined by our experiences
    • diseases. The one passes over into the other.
    • which he has passed in previous incarnations. Let us suppose that the
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
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    • stage through which man passes in ordinary life is that of dreamless
    • passions that threaten to destroy everything, the intuitives are
    • Initiation we see into Time. One has the impression that the passage
    • question, you must have passed your forty-second year at least and
    • forty-two, but we must have passed our forty-second year, we must be
    • ages of twenty and forty-two, the period when we pass from early
    • sphere, we have passed through all that the Beings of the planetary
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Seven: Knowledge of the World of Stars. Differentiation of the Historical Epochs of Mankind and their Spiritual Background
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    • animals and man, we trespass into the realm where we meet with
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    • When, therefore, we follow the dead after they have passed through
    • are. Something of this intelligence passes over to their progeny, the
    • accompany the dead we pass through vast areas where such beings
    • constituted. The spinal canal passes upwards and terminates in the
    • unloaded somewhere or other and then passes into the soul. The
    • grows so lethargic that his body becomes wholly passive and
    • learn that just as the belladonna trespasses into an alien world and
    • trespasses into the world we inhabit between birth and death. And
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    • normal consciousness passes over from the waking state into sleep, he
    • elementary beings and work upon human beings who have passed through
    • become influenced by suggestion. Just as thought passes from
    • way into the etheric body, otherwise the normal passes over into the
    • on himself in order to preserve full consciousness as he passes
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    • their tender passion by the light of the Moon, but also sages have a
    • of the Sun which illumines objects from without. The moment we pass
    • passive condition of sleep, then this second man concealed within the
    • enter into the sphere of Mercury influences these Imaginations pass
    • Imaginations pass over to the beings corresponding to them.
    • influences in that our world of visions passes over into a world in
    • are rooted in reality. We pass from the Earth through the influences
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    • through which he passes between death and rebirth only in dreamless
    • indefinite. The thought that is imbued with feeling passes down into
    • of passing in an intensely minor mood from the dissonances of
    • pass that one day the realm of music shall echo the teachings of
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    • dispassionately, from a more detached angle.
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    • imaginary passage of the Sun round the Earth, that is to say,
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    • encompasses us, we are still within the realm of stars. The Earth,
    • the body, we are then able to follow a person who has passed through
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    • methods. The human organism has changed radically with the passage of
    • knowledge have changed with the passage of time. As I said in the
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    • soul which has recently passed through the gates of death.
    • environment gradually encompasses us. A new world arises, the world
    • the world through which he passes between death and a new
    • impassivity, our phlegm, is determined by our experiences
    • diseases. The one passes over into the other.
    • which he has passed in previous incarnations. Let us suppose that the
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    • stage through which man passes in ordinary life is that of dreamless
    • passions that threaten to destroy everything, the intuitives are
    • Initiation we see into Time. One has the impression that the passage
    • question, you must have passed your forty-second year at least and
    • forty-two, but we must have passed our forty-second year, we must be
    • ages of twenty and forty-two, the period when we pass from early
    • sphere, we have passed through all that the Beings of the planetary
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    • inhabitants of the Moon sphere, are to be found beings of surpassing
    • animals and man, we trespass into the realm where we meet with
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    • When, therefore, we follow the dead after they have passed through
    • are. Something of this intelligence passes over to their progeny, the
    • accompany the dead we pass through vast areas where such beings
    • constituted. The spinal canal passes upwards and terminates in the
    • unloaded somewhere or other and then passes into the soul. The
    • grows so lethargic that his body becomes wholly passive and
    • learn that just as the belladonna trespasses into an alien world and
    • trespasses into the world we inhabit between birth and death. And
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    • normal consciousness passes over from the waking state into sleep, he
    • elementary beings and work upon human beings who have passed through
    • become influenced by suggestion. Just as thought passes from
    • way into the etheric body, otherwise the normal passes over into the
    • on himself in order to preserve full consciousness as he passes
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    • their tender passion by the light of the Moon, but also sages have a
    • of the Sun which illumines objects from without. The moment we pass
    • passive condition of sleep, then this second man concealed within the
    • enter into the sphere of Mercury influences these Imaginations pass
    • Imaginations pass over to the beings corresponding to them.
    • influences in that our world of visions passes over into a world in
    • are rooted in reality. We pass from the Earth through the influences
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    • through which he passes between death and rebirth only in dreamless
    • indefinite. The thought that is imbued with feeling passes down into
    • of passing in an intensely minor mood from the dissonances of
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    • first steps in the life of initiation will pass differently
    • against these influences. Therefore, never within the compass
    • which spirit could easily pass, and when their daytime work
    • saying that they want to smooth out difficult passages for
    • mere acceptance in thought passes over into seeing and really
    • factories near him or trains passing by if he can possibly
    • depends on such subtleties; we must not pass them by. On the
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    • followed by the act of lifting the hand, passes over to the
    • astral body; there an impulse arises and passes over from the
    • the etheric body and then passed on to the physical body are
    • relevant passage in my book Theosophy you will see that there
    • religious part of humanity felt that by passing over into the
    • disappears in the flood of materialistic views and passes out
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    • pass on to sculpture. Yesterday we saw that the laws of
    • pass on to painting. We know that painting comes about when
    • privations, painful loneliness as they are passed through one
    • again after you have lost yourself. This is the passage
    • the awful passage through all the forces which are not
    • dreadful passage through the forces of evil, together with
    • represent throughout the cosmos. And finally man passes
    • through which the soul passes are infinite. In
    • passes through on the path to initiation is consciously
    • this is the passage through initiation. A picture of this is
    • the astral body as passion and desire. Unchastity is not yet
    • if we happen to pass by the picture of Ahriman and look at it
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    • That had passed through his soul
    • And no one may pass o'er the bridge
    • I passed o'er the Gjallar Bridge
    • As I passed o'er the Gjallar Bridge
    • comes to meet us in some of its passages. I would like to
    • refer to a passage from the second Book of Moses, chapter 33,
    • said, ‘I will make all my goodness pass before thee,
    • come to pass, while my glory passeth by, that I shall put
    • while I pass by:
    • science and then approach this passage, you can have the
    • from this passage. I would like to take this opportunity to
    • it. That is how we relate to the sense world. We are passive
    • spiritual world wishes to favour you and have compassion on
    • and death, but only after you have passed through death. No
    • the cave of the spiritual world. The spiritual world passes
    • said, ‘I will make all my goodness pass before thee,
    • come to pass, while my glory passeth by, that I shall put
    • while I pass by:
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    • passive. Souls must be stimulated again by a power from
    • previous tones of the scale, we experience danger as we pass
    • with. It was an absolute passion with him, and not long
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    • passes from one incarnation to another, and there is also an
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    • very changeable and will pass through further changes in the
    • what man passes through in the embryonic period when these
    • what we lose when our thought passes away can only be
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    • these rings expanding so that the hole the marrow passes
    • The concept of the form can pass from one form to the other,
    • of why he should not have it can again be found in a passage
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    • the mouth into the stomach must pass through all manner of
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    • passivity: we would then have to breathe in something like egg white
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    • first we pass over a stretch of land, then we travel over the
    • liquid if it is to pass into the human body. Just think! You make
    • remains, the rest passes away. And so it is the next day, and the
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    • conferred and then passed on from one generation to another. In China
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    • It didn't occur to them that it had already passed through the
    • does get something from it: before it passes out, it lies there in
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    • always pass them by.
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    • are fluid but because they emit air which then passes into us through
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    • conditions through which the earth also passes. When we understand
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    • passing in front of the sun. One can see what the sun's halo looks
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    • the peasants from concussion of the brain when the trains passed! You
    • is not completely digested by the digestive organs, but it passes
    • was about to cross the earth's orbit and would pass quite near to the
    • showed that when the comet would be passing the earth it would still
    • found? It goes into the air, is passed from the air into the water,
    • plant into the food on our tables. From there it passes into our
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    • What you ate went into the blood and nerves and passed through the
    • excreted passes through a rapid process. If we lived only on what we
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    • rely on traditions passed down through ancient records or by word of mouth.
    • morning and passed across the heavens, just as it does today. That which
    • If we pass on to
    • those that must be believed because they are passed down by tradition, are
    • justified for that period, for the time had passed when certain mathematical
    • to pass out of existence at death, but that besides the physical part of his
    • members, we penetrate into the realm where faith passes over into knowledge.
    • believe blindly in those who pass themselves off as spiritual investigators,
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    • before us a lifeless human being. When a human being has passed through the
    • pain, of urges, desires and passions — of everything we associate with
    • does not live once only but passes through repeated lives on earth; every
    • joy and sorrow, of instinct, desire and passion. Let us look at a person on a
    • and passions have been transmuted into moral ideals, ethical judgments. From
    • this central point, we should be merged passively with the outer world. Our
    • Theosophy might say: Yes, a man must overcome his passions; he must cleanse
    • cast off his passionate self by evading it. We cannot sacrifice something
    • today how the Ego is educated through the purification of a passion. In the
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    • purifies the instincts, inclinations, desires and passions of the astral
    • the love of truth should enter into our striving for it. If passions,
    • viewpoint. In the search for truth, the only passion that must not be
    • men have curbed their passions and desires and kept them out of the way. Why
    • about Nature is only a passive image; in our thinking it has lost its power.
    • secrets. His eyes are shining, as though to encompass everything around him
    • knowing where to search for enjoyment. Prometheus cannot pass on to his son
    • pass. This is represented by Goethe with splendid realism in the figure of
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    • outer world and to pass them on inwardly. It is also the vehicle of such
    • impressions. All human emotions, all desires, instincts and passions arise
    • When the human soul seeks to encompass with feeling some other thing, we call
    • Soul and the Intellectual Soul by overcoming anger and other passions and by
    • of the folded hands, having passed through the heart and flowed into the
    • around us, beyond our compass, or whether we look up to our invisible God, in
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    • One, in pursuit of passions' crude delights,
    • passage shows clearly how unhappy Faust feels in that period under the
    • feelings, instincts, concepts, passions and ideals, but has three distinct
    • and griefs, his urges, desires and passions, his perceptions and concepts,
    • life passes into an unconscious or subconscious condition. What has
    • desires and passions. Yes, but these are precisely the experiences that sink
    • now. Thus we can say that when the soul passes back from sleep into waking
    • because human beings pass repeatedly through the condition of sleep. In daily
    • bodies waiting for us. At death we lay them aside and pass through the gate
    • itself. But the Ego does not stand apart from the urges, desires and passions
    • our desires, instincts, passions and so on into relation with the impressions
    • which embraces all the instincts, desires, passions — in short,
    • the heart. They are men who speak with passion and are not concerned with
    • objective judgment. Here we have the passionate character who lives entirely
    • Sentient Soul, where they are fired with enthusiasm and passion and with what
    • single life-time. But the ardent passion for high moral ideals that a
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    • are, but how man can surpass the bounds that exist at any given period by
    • way, it shows how man can surpass the cognitive faculties that have been
    • passing beyond the ordinary bounds of knowledge, we must take care not to
    • and passion. In addition we have a fourth part, one which makes man the crown
    • is permeated with instincts, desires and passions which may bring him into
    • Then we can pass
    • lord and master of the instincts, passions and cravings which surge around,
    • give our souls over to passive expectation, something will then flow into our
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    • and deceive us into passing casually over them.
    • This passage is
    • he follows all the urges, desires and passions that come from his astral
    • characteristics, as indicated by the Ego; but they can also pass on things
    • who understands these things to see how some people pass indifferently by the
    • from approaching the world with living insight, passes over into the blood,
    • the Philistines have acquired the sole right to pass judgment on
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    • significance of the immortal, eternal element in human nature which passes
    • with the composite form that is man, which passes from one earth-life
    • to another. Is it the hands and head and legs that pass from one earth-life
    • that what passes from one incarnation to another are the name and form of the
    • in order to show how only its effects pass over into the next life on
    • no right to speak in any true sense of a coherent Ego which passes on from
    • incarnation in this world. The passionate desire to pass from the spiritual
    • passes beyond everything he encounters in the outer sense-world.
    • raises himself above the passions is blessed. He who can live in loneliness
    • But as in the course of evolution man passed from life to life, he was
    • six more centuries have passed a symbol is raised which will be understood
    • suffering, from suffering to terror, from passion to pain.
    • his Faust a striving character who passes from desire to satisfaction and
    • illuminate our life becomes his passion. He does not stand and wait until the
    • words: “Not in aeons will the trace of my days on earth pass
    • admit, that the closing passage, when the redeemed soul is borne aloft, was
    • “Not in aeons will the trace of my days on earth pass
    • if only its fruits are rightly grasped — can never pass away. When,
    • existence, is in the world as something that can never pass away but must
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    • element which permeates man's outer body and during sleep passes as astral
    • how man's inner being, as he passes from one incarnation to the next, must
    • passes through conditions which recall an earlier state of the earth. The
    • which were present while the earth was passing through earlier conditions of
    • of intimate words pass between man and moon; and then, because the soul has
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    • which pass through our soul, can be expressed only poorly and inadequately in
    • pain, joy and sorrow, of instincts, desires and passions; this is just as
    • human being has thus passed through four stages of development. First there
    • precursor of our ego, which then passed on to the ego the physical body,
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    • If we pass from
    • task. Hence we need give only a passing glance now at the being of man as
    • contentment then pass over into its astral and etheric bodies.
    • passed on in the first place to the astral body, and the corresponding facial
    • ego, and the effect on the ego passes over into the astral body. Since in
    • inherited qualities are blended with those which pass from one incarnation to
    • remember the passage in the Old Testament which tells how man was raised to
    • have described comes to pass, though on a lower level. If someone tickles
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    • had to pass through in order to reach the source of being. Above all, they
    • experience. For it belongs to the nature of our soul-life that we pass from
    • individual mystical experience passed through by the soul as its most
    • If we pass on from
    • speaking of the same thing — but they will have passed through
    • himself on his way towards becoming man, passions, impulses and desires which
    • attribute to it any desires, passions or impulses which could divert it from
    • passions and impulses which drag him down.
    • tries to drag him down to evil; that he purifies and refines his passions and
    • will no longer be the expression of any passions, but only of his inner
    • egotism can be overcome if the ego is constrained to pass outside itself and
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    • — you will come upon remarkable descriptions of all sorts of passions
    • form of temptations and passions. But as soon as the soul, after having
    • of itself, turns away from the narrow, selfish ego, and the storms of passion
    • which allows us to look beyond the passing moment to eternity, and links
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    • expression of the instincts, desires, passions, thoughts and feelings which
    • desires, passions, joy and sorrow, pleasure and pain. Thus it can be said
    • instincts, desires, passions, of the surging imagination, perceptions, ideas
    • passing by them. Impassively they neglected to turn the events into
    • opportunities someone might have to pass through experiences which could
    • existence. When we pass through the gates of death we take with us what we
    • passing through.
    • means waking up from a state of sleep which encompasses the physical and
    • destroy our physical and ether bodies, were the physical body unable to pass
    • equilibrium and harmony only by passing through stages of disharmony. This is
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    • apply them to real life we have to say: A man of strong passions and
    • have allowed all sorts of good and bad examples to pass him by without
    • passes by one work of art after another, at most consulting his Baedeker to
    • it, and so it is with the next picture and the next. Thus he passes along
    • soul passing from one stage of evolution to the next, and, if we are speaking
    • passions, impulses, wishes and desires and simply pursue every wish, every
    • self-conscious kernel of the human soul, dwells in a surging sea of passions,
    • the passions, for at this stage the entire inner life of the soul is guided
    • will then be impelled by definite urges, passions and desires, while his
    • qualities, so that he passes them all by and may be unable to form a
    • quite passively, in a negative frame of mind; he will need no positive
    • so far-ranging that knowledge can never encompass it, for this means that
    • everything we comprehend today we shall be able to surpass tomorrow and thus
    • continually surpass the positive and rise from step to step. It is precisely
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    • accustoms himself to proceed in the way of thinking which has passed before
    • lowest soul member which contains our desires and passions to which we are
    • passing states. For the least disturbance of our soul-life occurs when the
    • the causes affecting the soul such that it passes from mere error to mental
    • we are powerless and can go no further, we pass muddled and distorted
    • When we pass through the gate of death the physical body with all the good
    • expand our thinking to encompass the greater context; for seeking to pursue
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    • could not be surpassed. And if Fichte was the philosopher who laid the
    • over to the desires, passions and instinctive urges that arise from his
    • passions — how do they function? Are we not doing all we can to
    • his sentient soul by his passions, as though in a surging boundless sea.
    • unsleeping watch over it and passes judgment where the ego could not yet
    • Now we will pass
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    • antagonism generated by the passions, desires and ideas which stem from the
    • passions flare up in this way, and why did all the events described by
    • divine-spiritual powers which stand behind the interplay of human passions
    • merely a human conflict. Zeus and Apollo intervene where human passions are
    • Furies. Yes, that is still Homer: things do not pass away so quickly.
    • pass on from Dante to Shakespeare. Let us try to compare Dante and
    • this passes away, he is granted imagination, which creates for him a kind of
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    • having passed through such an incarnation become evident early
    • degree what we can call capacity of the heart, compassion for
    • the Solomon-Jesus died soon after the passing over of the
    • inner capacity, provided by the passing over of the
    • Thus he attained to the unlimited compassion he had always felt
    • An immense compassion engulfed him. He felt
    • which passed over from him to his stepmother and his soul gave
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    • were it to be ground to porridge by our teeth and pass through
    • threefold compassion for humanity from his twelfth to his
    • that if one were to pass by the closed house of heaven, one
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    • some degree of nobility having been conferred, it can be passed on
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    • worlds, one sees also how they can pass on to man what is fitted for him.
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    • the full. Now it passes into the earth development, but only as a
    • the Sun-development; they do not really pass out of it to the earth.
    • the course of the Sun's revolution, has not actually passed over to
    • it continually passes over into the whole body of the bee; without it
    • From the head they pass into the whole body. When you look for
    • man's inner organisation passes through the stage of being wax. The
    • melts it and it evaporates, then the wax passes into the same
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    • Bienenzeitung” March 1923). (Certain passages from this
    • to pass from the head into the whole body, if you no longer have the
    • this Sign till April 20, then it passes on into the Sign of the Ram.
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    • in that it passes through the Zodiac, has the greater influence. But the
    • scattering of the seed, can he very much affected by the passage of the
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    • intestines and has passed into the lymphatic vessels. It is a
    • always passed through as a living together with the plants.
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    • slowly, minute crystals are precipitated everywhere, and pass into
    • heaps of earth, and these heaps have many passages within them, a
    • whole labyrinth of passages along which the ants then carry all they
    • more especially the ants, must first allow these flower juices to pass
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    • ant-hills are innumerable passages, along which the ants move in
    • passages with their exits. Then perhaps, they heap up a little earth,
    • make one passage, then another, then a third and so on, and within
    • these passages are all inter-connected.
    • notices. From here they make passages into the kitchen, into the
    • real source only comes to light when the passages are traced. Here
    • top, like the crater of a volcano; within are the many passages with
    • the same thing would happen that would also come to pass in the propagation
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    • The wood-bee comes along and first of all bores a sloping passage from
    • outside. When it has got inside, when it has bored out a kind of passage,
    • able to fly out through the passage. The skill employed has enabled
    • the fully formed insect to fly out through the passage that was first
    • has gone into the stomach; from there it finally passes into the
    • being changed into formic acid, this formic acid passes with the
    • streams to pass through the towns. Naturally, the formic acid is
    • longer accomplish this, death takes place. Man passes into the
    • that a man dies at a given moment. Along time then passes, and he
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    • passages. I mean of course, that a good novel can do this
    • only at definite passages, not from the beginning to the end.
    • writing notes and passing them to each other. This teacher
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    • the tone of voice we pass on to the topic of how one ought to
    • economic life in a certain way, and one would have to pass on
    • pass on to you. They are mostly of a kind that, by their
    • and now it passes more into the sounds,
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    • listening, at times he won't follow certain passages. He
    • Heinze.” Now, no doubt, such a thing can pass. But it
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    • pass on in the next lecture more into the realm of the esoteric connections
    • passed away. The nobles and the military class, nay even the priesthood,
    • neither de Maistre himself nor those who listened to his impassioned
    • This stage too has passed away. The transition must now be made to a
    • until his death, passes through certain processes and phases in his
    • more and more decisive as the centuries pass, until, in the nineteenth
    • Apostate, in the year 363, marks the passing of one who strove with might
    • influence, and how the remnants of its thought pass over to the Roman
    • to pass.
    • he is even passing through the phase of despising the world of sense
    • environment, but it is already decadent, has passed into its period
    • And so the prayer passes
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    • passed away, and this worship was in no way based upon abstract ideas,
    • a certain living experience passes over into an experience through symbol
    • Christianity that Augustine experienced had passed through the culture of
    • as for example Augustine, then he passed on from the study of grammar
    • gradually the passing over of the Church into the external institution.
    • doctrine passed over their heads, and one can see that everywhere in
    • the organism it showed itself in clairvoyant dreams which passed by word
    • culture which passed over their heads, but who were in a certain way
    • passing over the heads of men.
    • thought. And the thoughts of such a spiritual science will pass over
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    • But as time passes we strengthen ourselves inwardly with all
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    • to when we let light pass through a small hole in a wall and
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    • with each passing year we have actually become a slightly
    • otherwise runs its course passively.
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    • analysis, there is a point at which we reach an impasse when
    • one can pass judgment on present-day science from an
    • have learned entitle them to pass judgment on what has been
    • rhythmic system, encompassing primarily the processes of
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    • telling what has become of your experience by its passing
    • sense the outer experience passes over into our organism, and
    • organism right into the physical condition. In a way we pass
    • encompassing the eye another organ is encompassed, and that
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    • developments in the nineteenth century to pass before the mind's
    • life. Our concepts become clear, but their compass becomes diminished,
    • pass in review, feelings come and go, impulses of will flash through
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    • passes over onto Stirner's side of the scale. Then one despises this
    • regular triangles, but they cannot enter our head, and thus we pass
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    • entire compass of so-called analytical mechanics.
    • not only in that we see objects pass and our view of the external world
    • passes over into something far more comprehensive. It becomes something
    • receded with the passage of time, after having been present earlier to a
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    • passes over into the actual realm of the spirit. Then one's immediate
    • onward with my thinking lest I pass into a region where sense-free thinking
    • One must have the courage to pass through the instinctive ego Stirner
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    • I shall speak about this at greater length. One passes over into another
    • if one wishes to pass over these phenomena only half-consciously or
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    • of a more encompassing ego. Now the ego is recognized to be more
    • encompassing. When one has transformed memory, which contains the power
    • a true knowledge of man. One surpasses all that anatomy, physiology,
    • beings strove to understand in concepts has passed over into frightful
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    • man might very easily pass out of his body into the outer world without
    • did not pass unaccompanied into the spiritual world and fall prey to
    • leading to Inspiration one bypasses in a certain sense the path via
    • passages, we do not get to the heart of Buddhism's actual significance.
    • ways and means of understanding what came to pass through the Mystery
    • content, passes down into the organism, and the ego with its pure thought
    • No — this world of Imagination, because we have passed into the
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    • that otherwise only pass away when we race from sensation to sensation,
    • our changing relationship to other objects we pass. We have an actual
    • spirituality of the outer air, engenders in us something that passes
    • abstractly, formally, and passively, so that inwardly, in his soul-spirit,
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    • the “rhythmic man” (which encompasses the
    • pass on to consider the second member of the human organism,
    • to encompass the human being, blending everything present in
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    • say that here the etheric can pass through the head (
    • disturbed in its passage in any way and can penetrate into
    • restrained before it passes through the gate by which it
    • food in the abdomen, passing it on to the head, etc. —
    • the earth. For the entire earth does not pass through day and
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    • passed over into the workings of the organism. Sorrows and
    • elimination is the rhythmic system fully encompassed.
    • influenced if I pass electric currents through the patient
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    • dreadful to one who has passed through the educational system
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    • contrary, in space it disappears continually, passing out of
    • ego activity, but sense impressions from outside pass into
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    • is also rich in fatty oils. Fatty oils, when passing through
    • has passed through the stomach and has reached the
    • change in passing into the plant process and continuing its
    • activity, passing over to the astral. The effect is that
    • all-encompassing breathing embracing all the blood vessels
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    • which one object passes directly into the other, so that it
    • terminate in an individual gradually passing into nothingness
    • Now, when we express this process in reverse, passing from
    • or passing away of the earth, and as a result they develop
    • radiation, destroying the earthly and passing into cosmic
    • now passes over entirely into the astral
    • than by leaving it behind at the right point and passing into
    • whole muscle formation has not yet passed into the
    • and ear and passing into the domain of taste and smell, we
    • Thus in passing over to these sense activities, one can keep
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    • peach-blossom colour or blue figures are passing; in each of the three
    • We pass on to the third; we look at the blue figures in the green
    • of this ensouling as passing into his physical bodily form, he can
    • We have now passed on to another colour. We endeavour to keep
    • We now pass on to the third colour, blue, and say: We cannot in the
    • Let us now pass on to black or darkness. We see that we can
    • to colour. To green it is immaterial whether we pass by and stare at
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    • spectrum as being connected with the future, we pass over from the
    • passionate natures as Schopenhauer. In short, we penetrate from the
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    • awaking, we say: In going to sleep, man passes out from the field of
    • according to his passage through his stellar sphere, his longing for
    • live in the earth-weight. But first he passes through the sphere of
    • on a joyful mood. Man passes through the sphere of Mars. Mar's weight
    • the joyful longing is expressed with intensity. Man passes also
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    • because in sleep he passes the time in the outer world with the things
    • surrender ourselves to the truth of things, we must pass our existence
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    • Thus, having passed beyond dead thought, one really arrives at the
    • But the important thing is that after passing through materialism
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    • Wednesday evening last, many of our number either passed by
    • have no firmer foundation. Suppose someone had passed by the
    • described in this passage, we see that the human soul stands
    • act in accordance with what the reason brings to pass, with
    • merely on the surface. In this regard it is of surpassing
    • undergone the cares and manifold coarsenings of life and pass
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    • it was with clairvoyance, passes over to a different kind of
    • Italian culture passes over into French culture but in such a
    • everybody wants to pass judgment on everything ignoring, of
    • passed, so that the remarkable way of judging which has come
    • great and unsurpassable as a spectator, an observer of the
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    • Athens is surpassed in every respect by Paris. I boldly
    • so can one survey, calmly and dispassionately, what is taking
    • passage quoted above stands there for all the world to
    • motif, when you see how it passes over from the third pillar
    • that has brought us to the pass we have already reached.
    • Here is a passage which from the standpoint of the author is
    • nations have a right to make war on each other. The passage
    • of the passage is correct, but the thought behind it as a
    • passage? Most certainly not! A statesman is obliged to act as
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    • consciously: “I have now passed from the lying position
    • themselves conscious, but it is an experience to pass from
    • is experienced by the man who passes from repose into the
    • To pass from
    • passes through the Building from West to East will have in
    • will be portrayed at the points of the compass: Atlantean
    • pass because Christianity became part of the hearts and souls
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    • can never produce anything that surpasses Nature; we cannot
    • understanding of colour, which, as it passes over into the
    • will, passes from incarnation to incarnation, born in one
    • the description refers to the passage of the heavenly bodies
    • present form will pass away) — until you hearken to My
    • and Earth will pass away, but My words will not pass
    • remind us of the words: “Heaven and Earth will pass
    • away, but My words will not pass away.”
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    • own student days in Vienna were passed during the time when
    • lines and forms which passed over into artistic creation. It
    • seats with spectators; certain human beings are now to pass
    • then passes round inside the circle; others are sitting in
    • in a circle and the actors passed around in a procession.
    • feature of Mesopotamian art and it passed over into Greek art
    • see in this decorative motif a reproduction that had passed
    • painted Doric palmette would thus pass over into the
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    • People pass in and out without in any way growing into their
    • that what passes from mouth to ear can create peace and
    • the Gods of nature. And now let us pass on to the forms of
    • particular arises within us when we pass from the Greek
    • Temple. When we pass to the pillars of Gothic architecture
    • pass over what came next, for it really amounted to a revival
    • the essential thing. And when we pass around inside our
    • (Dr. Steiner here read a passage from a book) ... The author is
    • conception we have our own which passes over from what is
    • the earth with her plant kingdom. We must, however, pass away
    • themselves seem to pass away. The designs must express how we
    • earthly forces and forms arise and pass away in the course of
    • souls arise and pass away in the spiritual evolution of the
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    • Passing to the
    • environment has passed into the architectural forms and rises
    • pass again in our times and that this is only possible if the
    • above all when we pass from a purely mathematical conception
    • will easily be able to pass on to other things that follow
    • correspondence. Passing from the entrance at the West and
    • simplicity of the thought is no longer there when we pass to
    • all the hierarchies as he passes through the course of his
    • place in childhood but as man passes through seven life
    • of different forces which pass upwards. So that when we have
    • have passed the fiftieth year of life — we have added
    • makes our etheric skull-covering more secure. Man passes
    • souls pass through different, successive incarnations? Not
    • may pass through re-birth, re-naissance, again and again, but
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    • support is added to man's being. When he has passed through
    • that when we pass through the building from the West towards
    • a swarm of spiritual beings passing from one heavenly body to
    • the fact that here we have to do with hosts of beings passing
    • passing from a certain “chamber” of the Sun to
    • these beings always return to the Sun after having passed
    • delight in forms that are truly artistic? We are passing out
    • unfit was exterminated. The fit passes down through heredity,
    • astral body, pass into the dimmer consciousness of the astral
    • passionate, fiery. Colour is changed into flowing perception
    • when this old clairvoyance gradually passed away; man entered
    • his way into the spiritual world, when he must pass over from
    • can pass over to the new.
    • revealed each day that passes, will work in such a way
    • impulses of this Spiritual Science can pass over into
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    • Blue has an element that seems to pass away from us, to leave
    • colour if one cannot immediately pass over from repose into
    • of spirituality passes through the form. If you colour a form
    • not know how to live with colour because it seems to pass
    • pass away. We feel red as something which we want to ward
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    • Nature. What thousands observe and pass by is then observed by
    • fruitful seeds planted by Goethe were passed over
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    • position among the writers on Æsthetics: he is unsurpassed
    • ever remained concealed;’ or, in another passage: ‘He to whom
    • Goethe's we find most definitely stated in a passage in the
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    • only at definite passages, not from the beginning to the end.
    • writing notes and passing them to each other. This teacher
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    • economic life in a certain way, and one would have to pass on
    • pass on to you. They are mostly of a kind that, by their
    • and now it passes more into the sounds,
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    • Heinze.” Now, no doubt, such a thing can pass. But it
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    • to come to pass through our own hearts and souls!
    • longer take any account of judgments passed on the cycles by
    • someone, however learned in other spheres, to pass a judgment
    • have to add a passage here stating that special meetings
    • encompasses every group, including each national group. The
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    • The Classes will encompass all the Sections. Let me make a
    • but I hope it encompasses the whole earth in the same way.
    • residing here. One Section will encompass what in France is called
    • Another will encompass the spoken arts and music together
    • with eurythmy. A third Section will encompass the plastic
    • arts. A fourth Section is to encompass medicine. A fifth is
    • to encompass mathematics and astronomy. And the last, for the
    • encompasses the whole of his activity as a human being; it
    • after all, encompass everything. On the one hand in practical
    • point out that actually two decades have passed since the
    • passage shown here within quotation marks expresses the view
    • passage in the discussion, the word ‘same’
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    • impossible to encompass everything in a moment. We ought to
    • allowed to pass without any reference at all to the financial
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    • lower level the various rooms, with a passage-way in between
    • meet and converse in all kinds of ways. And this passage-way
    • a passage-way from which the different rooms are reached, and
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    • experienced it all for themselves. They will pass on anything
    • encompassed a good deal of this.
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    • who have not yet collected their passes from House Friedwart
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    • historical task of passing by the Guardian of the Threshold
    • the concepts passed on to them by today's schools, today's
    • of what is traditionally passed down by civilization, then
    • sleep would become ordinary life. Human souls would pass
    • You may pass, for you are bringing with you into the
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    • was conferred on man? Well, you know that when man passes through the
    • constant passing over of this kind going on, with the concretely
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    • world. You can judge from certain passages in my book,
    • rather passive. This human spirit devotes itself to outer
    • just a passive noting of phenomena and of the consistency — or
    • to emerge from the phenomena and passively occupy one's soul. In
    • strikes into the otherwise passive realm of thought, stirring it
    • world in passive thoughts was, on a higher level, that of a person
    • moment of awakening that one has been lying passively in bed, letting
    • passivity to activity, though of course on a higher level. He should
    • formerly passive thoughts. What, one asks, is this element that has
    • only considering passive thoughts, thinking remains just a
    • suffuses this passive thinking with inner activity, he lights upon
    • and can begin to see what its passivity resembled. He comes to the
    • realization that this passive thinking of his was exactly the same
    • confronting his own passive thinking resembles someone who has never
    • formerly passive thinking, so one can advance on the opposite side by
    • of drives, instincts and passions. But none of them belong to the
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    • us if we passed one another by without hearing resounding in the
    • That is the part of the cosmos he passes through from the midnight
    • passed, it changed, all unaware, into a truly anthroposophical
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    • its elders passed on to it.
    • of his two failures to pass his teacher's examinations, Mendel was
    • with their hearts on fire with enthusiasm for ideals that encompassed
    • Tuesday passed, and by Tuesday evening a point was reached where one
    • always, though; nothing can be set up for eternity. As time passes we
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    • of genuine spiritual research. Anyone who looks dispassionately at
    • was passed. So he gave his report on a later occasion.
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    • first half of the nineteenth century was, passed and people
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    • the Berlin Group we should look back for a little at what has passed
    • that everyone, without having passed through any clairvoyant
    • human individuals this is because of his having passed through so
    • from egoism!” But when these words are about to pass a
    • man's lips he should pause, he should not allow them to pass,
    • group, so that from here it may pass out into the general culture of
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    • spiritual man, that we pass through repeated earthly lives, and so
    • pass on to its interpretation, when we not only receive the facts it
    • what is passing in a man's soul, so the changing face of the
    • smell a substance when we pass it by, and though we do not come in
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    • evolution that has passed since the Atlantean catastrophe. We have
    • have also shown that two further epochs will pass, before the coming
    • epoch. We have passed through all the earlier ages in former
    • incarnations, and will pass through all the later ages in later ones.
    • receive our first teeth, because our ancestors pass them on to us
    • memory plays a main part in the passing on of knowledge. When a
    • passing on of knowledge depends really very largely on memory.
    • communicated it at the moment he passed it on to others. In former
    • what passed in a living way from one soul to another should not be
    • passed on the knowledge they possessed from soul to soul when
    • begins to decay when we have passed the first half of our life. Our
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    • In studying pre-Christian ages we find that many persons passed
    • Mysteries. They knew what men had to pass through before it was
    • the different stages formerly passed through during
    • the setting of it openly on the plane of history, might come to pass.
    • been taken to translate important passages in a comprehensible way.
    • peculiar quality of the language of that day is also passed on to us.
    • I will start with this important passage from the prophecies of
    • Isaiah, wherein he tries to show what is to come to pass through the
    • is not felt then the meaning of the whole passage is lost. Spiritual
    • full validity of the ego. What is most important in this passage is
    • self-consciousness, had to pass into an unconscious condition; he had
    • clairvoyance, my ego also will cease to pass out of me in the way it
    • which all passed through who sought at that time the path to
    • was to come to pass in human nature. With holy reverence and deep
    • and more power. Yes, this will come to pass! And it is the Christ who
    • reached its goal when the earth perishes and man passes on to still
    • if we translate this passage so that it means something, and if at
    • the twelve stages through which he had to pass to attain to this were
    • The training that John the Baptist had passed through had made it
    • the initiation passed through by John, and was therefore of a higher
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    • evolution of mankind has passed. I have always impressed on you
    • evolutions; now it is passing through the Earth-evolution.
    • of the instincts, desires and passions that have accumulated in him
    • permitting us to pass through the door and enter into our own being.
    • personality find when through temptation it passes down through the
    • we learn of the different stages he attained in the passage through
    • that Buddha even beheld his own archetype, that which had passed down
    • herd of cows and oxen would pass over him and trample him to death.
    • and bore it away, so that the rest of the herd might pass by; it then
    • physical body and etheric body it then passes through the evolution I
    • stands before the door through which we would have to pass. This is
    • only to encompass ourselves with greater inward strength, we can then
    • far surpassing, what they can picture to themselves as their own
    • Zarathustra really passed through great dangers in his early years,
    • other, which took a more northerly course, passed through Europe and
    • that has come to pass as a result of this is comprised in our
    • describes the kind of temptation Christ had to pass through when He
    • individuals as are passing on from the evolution of a Bodhisattva to
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    • a remarkable passage similar in every way to what we are told in the
    • the Gospel of Mark. This passage tells how Jesus Christ, after He had
    • received baptism in Jordan and passed through the experiences met
    • passage is generally translated as follows: — “And they
    • into the meaning of this important passage, it leads us a step
    • super-sensible worlds pass beyond the sphere of Archangels to still
    • had preserved and then passed on — compared with this what
    • pass through many incarnations, only then to rise again to what he
    • receive her hack again by passing through an initiation. This he now
    • underworld,” it means an initiation, so he had to pass through
    • connection with the Macrocosm. This does not pass over into his
    • events came to pass which later led to the Events of Palestine.
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    • passion, or desire, has not thoughts capable of grasping the result
    • from instincts, desires, passions, etc., and the reflected images of
    • thoughts surpass the measure of our deeds.
    • like, it can be proved ethnographically. Pass through and observe the
    • describe as feelings of sympathy or compassion. Here it is clearly
    • seen that a magic activity passes from soul to soul, from spirit to
    • then inwardly intensified; for compassion and sympathy are
    • reality is required before our ego can rise to compassion.
    • to be strengthened through compassion this is best done when we are
    • actually confronted with the fact that moves us to compassion. On the
    • other was by passing out into the life of the Macrocosm or great
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    • Christ Being as he developed out of the Hebrew people. When we pass
    • ourselves passed through in recent years we sketched out a certain
    • Christ-Impulse as this passed through the ancient Hebrew people.
    • from our astral body it must first pass into our etheric body and
    • our own. Every impulse we feel in our souls must pass through these
    • ideas longer periods of time are necessary, but these always pass in
    • found in the other Gospels. But one passage found in this Gospel is
    • passage is especially remarkable because commentators have said some
    • This passage is not
    • passage refers in a most outstanding way to our own day. The fate
    • that those things will come to pass in the future which are described
    • following passage: —
    • full development; and so it came to pass that the most ancient
    • this way we have to understand this passage that meets us in all the
    • because the seed of everything that is to come to pass in the future
    • to pass in the further course of human evolution, everything that is
    • the following passage is understood we shall connect it with our age
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    • passed, often mentioned by me as the great incisive moment of the
    • can feel the passing over of the reflection of Christ into Jehova, or
    • — overpassing the Christ-Impulse as it were-ideas which had
    • overpassing Christianity, would re-emerge at a later day. This did
    • some-thing inexplicable passed through the souls of the people of
    • how these elements of the Buddha-stream must pass into the spiritual
    • strange concatenation of circumstances it has come to pass that a
    • “Bodhisattva.” Budasaph passes directly over into
    • and passing on the Bodhisattva crown to his successor the
    • — it has passed through the Saturn epoch, the Sun epoch and the
    • Moon epoch — now it is passing through the Earth epoch. It was
    • passing of a fish from the water into the air; the fish has first to
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    • southern city I passed northwards to Copenhagen, where, in a recent
    • would surely return. The passage I am about to read was written in
    • premature to conclude from this that it is a passing phenomenon
    • preparing what has come to pass since the end of the nineteenth
    • explained the different stages of development the soul passes
    • development. You know that something dwells within us that passes
    • lectures on spiritual science, but they heard rhapsodists who passed
    • know how his own passions, anger and so on, are connected with his
    • surging passions. At that time they said: — The dragon-mother
    • individuality passes from incarnation to incarnation, but that by
    • earth, death falls away from him. This means he passes through death
    • implanted in humanity passes on from epoch to epoch. And in this way
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    • only to take up everything in oneself. If anybody passes sentence without
    • that he has to learn for years only and to let a long period pass. Today
    • the eternal in the human being what we see being passed on or transforming
    • itself? Or do we find it outside? The single flower blossoms and passes,
    • state has passed, what presented itself as a leading idea has remained.
    • face, temperament, also passions go back to the ancestors. I owe the
    • for temperament, inclinations, and passions. We cannot search for that
    • his passions, as the remaining preserved; only the actually individual
    • it. What has descended from physical causes passes with our personality
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    • It is that which helps us along, that which we can never encompass.
    • We will never be able to encompass it. If, however, we admit that we
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    • sages. However, in the founder of Christianity the higher compassion lived to
    • hear in the Gospel that Christ passed a blind-born man. And those who were around
    • Gospels, but has come down in another way. Jesus with his disciples passed a
    • is a testimony that the human being feels the word living in himself if he passes
    • and to sink in everything that is there and cannot pass anything apparently
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    • that which became Kantianism later. I read up a passage of the book that was
    • however, as long as everything is good.” Then another passage: “Indeed,
    • purple take place. The effect of the outer object has to pass the lens and the
    • about themselves in the way of images — images which pass without anything
    • existing that they pass; which are connected with images to images. Images which
    • it is generated like any other. Dreams pass me, illusions pass me — this
    • of Critique of Pure Reason he says at a passage: “I had to cancel
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    • pass objects round ourselves. The objects make their impressions on us. They
    • in the human being passing these objects. The colour of an object has an effect
    • they have passed on to them, so that they can be active. A life is determined
    • that this soul of Mozart encompasses a big range of ideas with one look which
    • the imperfect soul cannot encompass, but it can only get them bit by bit. It
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    • without interest, without interference of passion and desire, without interference
    • being to themselves day by day, hour for hour. These passions, these contents
    • to him. The purification of passions, of desire and harm, of fear and hope was
    • field sees in the eye of pure objective mathematics: without passion, without
    • with his whole soul. One called the change of the passions and desires metamorphosis.
    • functioning mind, with correctly active reason to pass between the things and
    • free of desire and grief. If the human being has developed so far that his passions
    • and desires are silent in him and loves this state without passion and desire
    • — I do not even want to say of our desires and passions, then we let our
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    • of knowledge and of the clear consciousness to an encompassing one, so that
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    • pass through the dream consciousness irregularly.
    • of soldiers passing outside your window and hear the clatter of the horses exactly.
    • symbolised itself to the scatter of the horses of a passing cavalry regiment.
    • impulses, our desires, our passions, our feelings. In this astral body the human
    • astral body. But it also passes on the real sensory perception. You can never
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    • the most violent passions are aroused straight away. I would like to ask those
    • natural sciences of his time. He encompassed them. Nobody has a right to attack
    • is passed on from the parents to the children. — One thought that at one
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    • it today. Sometimes these are only oral traditions which were passed on from
    • these matters with passion, but also see at the same time how in those days
    • that with it encompassing cosmic forces have no harmful effects, then you have
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    • the external experience that they come into being and pass. We can say this
    • also of the human being. He comes into being and passes if we look at him as
    • — you find everywhere in this world: coming into being and passing; or
    • phenomena, in the processes of originating and passing, in birth and death.
    • being and passes, but any figure already contains the seed and the germ of a
    • and pass; what appears, however, again and again what is there with every new
    • it flowing through the originating and passing figures with your spiritual eye.
    • also the most wonderful works which are created pass. If we ask ourselves, however:
    • activity passed him without a trace?
    • shows us that sympathy and antipathy must originate and also pass, even if their
    • pass what clings to the soul. As well as the action was, the imprint exists
    • of desire into love, has led to the foundation of the Theosophical Society encompassing
    • that birth and death are not the only one, but that in this transient, passing
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