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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
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    • a tyrant, a force which exercises power over our inner life. We can feel how
    • which we are placed forces us into specific modes of thinking. Everyone must
    • what nature, or the spiritual forces which are active in nature, has made of
    • overall expression of what those forces made of the human being. These beings
    • spiritual forces working on the human being in the far distant past through
    • chemistry, but spiritual beings and spiritual forces are active in it. And in
    • why these spiritual forces could only work on the physical body in such a
    • into consideration if we regard the work of the spiritual forces occurring
    • ego takes over this activity. Thus the forces in existence previous to the
    • participate in the creative act which was undertaken by the forces creating
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
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    • force of knowledge and understanding. In such a case we have to set up a sort
    • forces away from it we become conscious of them, while we enhance our own
    • penetrates more deeply into all the forces of the physical body and contracts
    • itself the forces it has lost. Because it feels impoverished, it tries to
    • stimulate the soul-forces that find expression in laughter and
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • inner world, but it works as a force. If we place it before our souls in
    • inner being: we see it lighting up as a powerful force of cognition, and
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
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    • inner soul-forces under conscious control, so that they can rise to higher
    • immeasurable force of spiritual knowledge that this mystical devotion gave to
    • scientist is to develop the little spark through his own inner forces. The
    • is convinced that we must use our capacities and forces, placed by the wisdom
    • hinders his development, hampers the free unfolding of his soul-forces.
    • far. If we understand this, we shall find in every prayer a force that leads
    • perceptions, we can number prayer among the forces that will aid the
    • us, becomes a powerful force, enriching the soul and carrying our development
    • works directly as a force in the soul. Prayer is thus preparatory to mystical
    • soul turns into a counter-force and storms out all the more strongly in the
    • we want to recognise a force, we must look for it where it is. Today we have
    • realm of the spirit, will know that not only material forces, following
    • under the influence of the forces which prayer poured into his soul. Forces
    • are made evident by their effects. It is easy to deny the existence of forces
    • looked for it? We can learn to recognise a force which works in and through
    • which the forces of all the participants flow together, has a heightened
    • man who quietly withdraws into himself and works on the forces of his soul
    • understand the whole life of man, an understanding is necessary of the force
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • environment which take their form from the physical and chemical forces
    • outside. The forces, the inner experiences of the astral body initially have
    • body and the ether body on the other. The forces which are at work here are
    • the forces of the astral body and the ego. For under no circumstances could
    • out of itself and neither could the ether body. The reflecting forces come
    • reflected in the mirror. Thus all the forces which cause our soul-life lie in
    • soul. That we do with the forces of the astral body. But we also exhaust
    • these forces and cannot replenish them out of our waking life. We can only
    • night and fetching from the spiritual world the forces which we use during
    • spiritual forces, he is dealing with purely spiritual substance. He takes
    • on, and the forces which he brought with him from the spiritual world in the
    • human being will gradually learn to recognise and grasp with the forces which
    • harm with his inner forces, to ban it from his life. This applies whether it
    • therefore something which strengthens us as far as the forces which we
    • be achieved with the forces which we have assimilated inwardly.
    • forces and experiences which can only mature during that time.
    • beyond his limits. And the forces to construct his body anew would be given
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 6: Positive and Negative Man
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    • character, temperament, capacities, forces and so on. One significant
    • life can readily convince himself that his forces are enhanced by adopting a
    • certainly, will be the good spiritual powers and forces which we first learn
    • be open also to the evil spiritual powers and forces around us just as if we
    • him to bad spiritual forces of every kind, through the negativity that goes
    • world-outlook, which makes no claim except to arouse the forces sleeping in
    • calls forth its hidden forces, so that they may permeate all the saps and
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
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    • conversation between the two people occurs; and the necessity of being forced
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 8: Human Conscience
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    • merely by the action of natural forces. One assumption is as true as the
    • soul-life, too, was different, for it was much closer to the soul-forces from
    • true conception of conscience. The force now active in conscience was active
    • force became internalised; but before it could be inwardly experienced, the
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • in the primal past. Powerful pictures, like dream-pictures, of the forces
    • man, with his clairvoyant consciousness, was aware of spiritual forces
    • forces of the great world; and he could say: “When something takes
    • open to forces from the beings who come before my inward sight. By sending
    • their forces into me, they stimulate me to think and feel and will.
    • possession of Helen, Paris had to abduct her by force. In revenge for this
    • author of the Homeric epics felt the same divine forces holding sway in his
    • how, solely through immersing himself in his own soul, developing the forces
    • only — pictures of the soul-forces which have to be overcome. Such are
    • those lower forces of the sentient soul, the intellectual soul and the
    • development. The good, opposite forces were already indicated by Plato:
    • development which enlists these good forces, it comes gradually to higher
    • forces which hinder inner development, he describes how he ascends into the
    • himself the forces which lead into the spiritual world. With him, poetry
    • his soul, knows that the forces which will lead him into the spiritual world
    • forces deeply rooted in the human soul. Gottlieb Friedrich Klopstock
    • by developing his inner forces until the spiritual world stands open to him
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • up, because the force of the middle sentence must depend on what has
    • remained of the force in the first, and this must in turn pass over
    • of the plastic forces of speech. In this sense Spiritual Science will
  • Title: Lecture: Prayer
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    • these inner soul forces, so that they can rise to higher
    • what an immeasurable force of spiritual knowledge it brought
    • then be able to realize the depth and force of this medieval
    • the mystics spoke through its own inner forces. They believed
    • must use the capacities and forces that are placed under our
    • ourselves by our will, consciousness and individual forces.
    • all the capacities and forces that might have flowed to us,
    • soul forces. Nothing so obstructs this development as anxiety
    • from suffering in any way, is able to develop his soul forces
    • find in every prayer the force to lead us beyond ourselves.
    • seems to make us small, is a powerful force carrying us
    • see prayer as an active force within us. We can also see in
    • what we may call a force of warmth and light — light
    • is this that prevented the higher and stronger divine force
    • a force. Prayer in this light is preliminary to mysticism,
    • counterforce that assails us with greater vigor in the form
    • that cannot be altered. When we want to locate a force,
    • also know that material forces are not the only forces
    • even though the effects of these forces and beings are not
    • external world who has not first recognized the force of
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