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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
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    • air.
    • working on us previous to our ego made the air serve their purpose. And the
    • work of these beings on us through air created what gives us our form as
    • air. But it is not the first time I have said that it is a misjudgement to
    • sound, what surrounds us as air is not merely the substance as shown by
    • way the outer form of our physical being by means of the air.
    • the spiritual element in the air. Goethe said very aptly with reference to
    • in another respect that the air is full of beings which were able at certain
    • being which we call the spirit of the air
    • through the influence, the configuration of the air. After the human being
    • we have called the spiritual beings of the air, in the same way that the eye
    • being fired; and when he wakes up he sees that the chair next to the bed has
    • over of the chair — is transformed into an image in the dream, into the
    • air
    • being in such a manner that they formed and ordered him such that the air
    • motion what has been created into us by the air. In the same way that we move
    • formed by the spiritual beings in the air.
    • organs which correspond to the spirit of the air and we have to
    • wait until the spirit of the air who formed the organs sounds
    • back at us the tone as an echo of our action on the air.
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
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    • own feelings and ideas. When Faust, despairing of all existence, comes near
    • Faust, after experiencing the most bitter despair, to find his way back into
    • clairvoyant observation can see how the ego withdraws the astral body from
    • body, appears to clairvoyant observation as an expansion of the astral: at
    • clairvoyantly observed when a person suffers pain or grief from some loss.
    • the air is pumped out and immediately the outside air rushes in. A kind of
    • breath of air is drawn in. In weeping the opposite occurs. We press the
    • exultation and despair. It will find itself only at the point of rest, which
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • to present-day concepts if we start with the still fairly recent forms of
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
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    • who can meet the future in this calm, relaxed way, without impairing his
    • ‘Linger’, I cry, ‘thou art so fair!’
    • impair the purity of prayer and its accompanying state of mind. If we make
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • the truly clairvoyant consciousness; the latter can see the astral body in
    • No one is burnt anymore. But those who today sit on the curule chair of
    • errs” need not, therefore, fill us with despair, for every error brings
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 6: Positive and Negative Man
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    • search for any such convenient labels is fairly useless. For if we try to
    • can never be discovered, no research can establish them and one could despair
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
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    • person had impaired vision in one eye. As a result of this it seemed to him
    • Because this impairment of the eye influenced his vision, he often felt as if
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 8: Human Conscience
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    • within the consciousness soul he develops a higher, clairvoyant form of
    • chairs and tables in the physical world: and he now takes up into a higher
    • from this clairvoyant consciousness, which is illuminated and set aglow by
    • being can further rise in his ego to clairvoyant consciousness beyond the
    • any other conclusion, even without clairvoyance, if we simply look
    • human ego, but of incomparably greater perfection. Clairvoyant insight thus
    • clairvoyant consciousness which functioned dimly and dreamily, for it was not
    • the ego. Clairvoyant consciousness entails that spiritual
    • early man, although his clairvoyance was dreamlike and he beheld the
    • stood before his clairvoyant vision. And to experience a feeling he had no
    • soul-life of man in primordial times. From out of his dreamlike clairvoyant
    • thrown on those primordial times by means of clairvoyance in the way already
    • of time, this dreamlike clairvoyance faded and man's ego came
    • being within himself, the old clairvoyance was extinguished and
    • life, and deeds once clairvoyantly beheld were mirrored in his
    • forms were beheld in dreamy clairvoyance as the counterpart of man's
    • external clairvoyant vision of the effects of his misdeeds had disappeared,
    • clairvoyant consciousness as a healing influence, showing him what he had to
    • Having previously spoken to man through a clairvoyant vision, the cosmic
    • cosmic Spirit which had formerly shown to man through clairvoyant vision the
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • human souls were endowed with a primitive dreamy clairvoyance. In times
    • have pointed out also that the ancient clairvoyance was different from the
    • trained, conscious clairvoyance that can be attained today, for this is bound
    • spiritual senses were open and with his dreamy, ego-less clairvoyance he
    • fairy-tales and legends, were born from a primeval faculty in the human soul.
    • man, with his clairvoyant consciousness, was aware of spiritual forces
    • the standpoint of a later consciousness, an echo of the clairvoyant vision
    • Homeric period that we must look for the first time when clairvoyant
    • lies open to my clairvoyant consciousness.” In Homeric times this was
    • the old clairvoyance. The ruling cosmic powers withdrew direct clairvoyant
    • compensation for the loss of ancient clairvoyance.
    • the old clairvoyance occurred in quite different ways and at different times
    • in various countries. In the East the old clairvoyance persisted up to a
    • clairvoyant faculties were less widely present. In the latter peoples, a
    • they had lost the old clairvoyance. In the proportion that the spiritual
    • of the spiritual facts underlying the world. When the old clairvoyance was
    • waning of old clairvoyant consciousness.
    • clairvoyant vision of the deeds of the gods and their effect on mankind. This
    • ancient clairvoyance had brought to men. Homer, we find, knew very well that
    • clairvoyance reproduced by poetic imagination. And whatever was preserved
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • was the medium in which they worked? It was the air. Just as we work
    • work with regard to the air. Our true human form is the result of the
    • work of these Beings upon us through the medium of the air.
    • worked upon man through the air in a far-off past. I have already
    • However strange it may appear, the air around us is not merely the
    • body through the medium of the air. That is the important thing.
    • of the spiritual element of the air. Goethe said so beautifully in
    • say that the air is permeated and ensouled by a Being who at a
    • “Spirit of the Air,” has indeed worked in and moulded the
    • etheric and physical bodies through the influences of the air, could
    • the Air” (in the same sense as the eye responds to the
    • fired, and on waking find that a chair beside the bed has fallen
    • down. The outer event and impression (the falling chair) are
    • of the air. Their plastic, artistic impression has been worked into
    • thus the air can come to expression in the human being.
    • moulded and incorporated in us through the air. Just as we set
    • elaborated from the spiritual essence of the air are set in movement;
    • and then we must wait until the spirit of the air itself sounds back
    • to us as the echo of our own “air activity,” — the
    • elaborated from out the spirit of the air. Then it must be left to
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  • Title: Lecture: Prayer
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    • that the garden may be fair, is perfect, but for their own

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