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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
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    • to describe an object, an event, a process. What is the link between a
    • the human being, when faced with some object or event in the outside world,
    • object or event?
    • called a correspondence of outer events, outer facts, and
    • to an outer event. Of course the child does not enquire
    • expression of that inner event unites for him with something
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
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    • embrace the source of the event. And the ego can also have the experience of
    • physiological facts, they will wonderfully illuminate an event which is
    • event.
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • resurrection of Christ. Thus he sees the Christ-event taking place in his
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
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    • intrusion of future events, although they have not yet happened, After all,
    • relevant events have not yet occurred; only the feelings connected with them
    • capabilities; we see how our shortcomings have prevented us from responding
    • toward approaching events.
    • directed towards the future and the wisdom-filled course of events therein.
    • prevented the more powerful element in us, the ego conscious of itself, from
    • tranquillity. This is what prevented the stronger divine power within us from
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • the normal course of development of the human being. For we see the events
    • development? We can only reach a clear conception of these events if here,
    • period between 1770 and 1815. A significant historical event took place
    • event. How did they respond to it? Some of them did not notice the events
    • passing by them. Impassively they neglected to turn the events into
    • again, initially still as repetition; but eventually they will have been
    • life. What would someone have to do if he wanted to prevent a series of
    • woven into a fabric. Now what would someone have to do to prevent a series of
    • preventing the nightly natural process which turns our experience into
    • only our time, which is thus prevented from entering into the depths of human
    • if the organ is not formed in a suitable way then this is prevented. Those
    • the events and experiences which he has taken into his astral body and ego?
    • enters the spiritual world at night he would take the events of the day with
    • A tragic event took place here. But that precisely demonstrated the
    • example, leave an area if such an event is imminent. That is a well-known
    • wisdom as far as those future events are concerned than human wisdom today.
    • events. As soon as the intelligence lays something down which appears
    • the real outward events and then the outer events break down around it. For
    • disharmonious with the outside world and can be broken on events in the outer
    • soul came about. Such disharmony occurs not only when momentous events happen
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 6: Positive and Negative Man
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    • aid in ordering the facts and events of a life, that we can rightly approach
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
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    • be asked: does such an event not prompt us to investigate human soul-life
    • understand the most important events in human life. Those, who for reasons of
    • to prevent attention from wandering from the conversation in this case causes
    • prevents the thought from coming to expression fully, so that the thought
    • various stages of the human being's development those events always
    • There it says that the child up to the seventh year of age primarily feels
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 8: Human Conscience
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    • Spirit, and this made it possible for them to gain understanding of the event
    • voice of God within themselves. For this event brought to mankind the impulse
    • evolution of humanity as an external historical-event. If the Christ, a
    • and the greatest event in the evolution of mankind, the Christ-Event. Hence
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • he saw his gods, he saw the actions and events that were played out among
    • events described in their mythologies were realities. Myths, sagas, even
    • passions flare up in this way, and why did all the events described by
    • Homer's Muse take place? Were they merely physical events in the human
    • involved, and their influence is apparent in the course of events. The gods
    • but also the spiritual events that everyone can experience if he opens his
    • follow the same path as man, entering eventually into his self-awareness, as
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • down. The outer event and impression (the falling chair) are
    • that the outer happening or event has been imitated by the organs of
  • Title: Lecture: Prayer
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    • the approach of the events of the future. It is, after all,
    • easy to say that the events of the future do not yet exist,
    • thus preventing us from saying that what will happen tomorrow
    • events before they happen. There is, for example, such a
    • only after the event. In relation to the future, however, we
    • joy, but the actual events to which these feelings refer are
    • events, means that anyone who can thus calmly and quietly
    • meet the future and can yet prevent his energy and activity
    • this feeling of acceptance of the events that approach from
    • future and the course of events, pervaded by wisdom, within
    • it. To give ourselves up to the divine wisdom of events, to
    • coming events with fear and anxiety. These only restrict our
    • ourselves, just as in the past they prevented the unknown and
    • is this that prevented the higher and stronger divine force

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