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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
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    • the human being is able to transform the content of his soul into sounds in
    • particular combination of sounds which form a word or sentence and that which
    • example, that language was originally formed by an inner ability of our
    • formation is called onomatopoeic, an imitation of the sound. This was held by
    • formation. Of course the question how the human being came to name beings
    • consists of the ego working on the transformation of the other three members
    • transformed these three members in such a way that nothing will remain of
    • thread of logic, then a part of the astral body has become transformed. It
    • has become transformed from a product in which the ego takes no part into a
    • astral body which has been consciously transformed by the ego the
    • ether body transformed by the ego the “life-spirit”, or, with a
    • future — that it transforms the physical body and regulates its laws
    • already transforming these three members of its being on the basis of a still
    • together: the astral body and the transformed astral body or sentient soul,
    • transformation of the ether body by the ego. And finally, the ego has been
    • working in the past also on the transformation of the physical body in order
    • to enable the existence of the human being in his present form. The result of
    • that transformation is the consciousness soul, which permits the human being
    • more complex than that part alone which the ego has transformed into the
    • consciousness soul and which can be called the physical form of the
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
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    • something frightening approaches? This means that the bond formed by the ego
    • latter's substances in the form of tears. What, then, are these
    • sort of compensation for the stricken ego. The ego had formerly felt itself
    • reason is that although an ego from a former incarnation is living in the
    • transform body and soul. During its early days, the child shows only its
    • science, the enduring element that informs the species is called the
    • that someone makes calculated use of this form of human expression. Consider
    • forms of appeal can thus be grossly misused, because pain and grief, mockery
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • give any idea of mysticism if we go by those old forms of mystical
    • to present-day concepts if we start with the still fairly recent forms of
    • form a kind of veil through which human cognition cannot penetrate in its
    • soul, however, form a much thinner veil, and it is possible to penetrate
    • mystic to feel that he must overcome and kill all his former experiences;
    • reproduce in a modern sense what the mystic reveals except in the form of
    • standpoint of these lectures we can form a clear picture of the
    • inner experience of individuals takes various forms, so that the experiences
    • forms of mysticism. Just because mystical experience is so intimate and
    • path immediately. The modern form of spiritual scientific research is
    • many such examples and is best given in the form of a dialogue between master
    • the world in a new way. Thus he has not remained as he formerly was, but has
    • sufficiently free and independent of ourselves, so that we are unable to form
    • outer world, and fundamentally this is only a subtle, refined form of
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
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    • In the lecture on mysticism, we spoke of the particular form
    • forms of cognition, which we called Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition.
    • when it is permeated by some form of egotism. In this lecture we shall try to
    • that is greater than anything we have employed to form ourselves in the past.
    • If we transform this realisation into a feeling, we shall be able to look
    • is the outcome of a contemplation of the past, transformed into perceptive
    • describing a definite form of it — humbleness to whatever the future
    • desire when a misguided form of theosophy asserts that if only we turn aside
    • forth the mystical frame of mind, and it can be the subject of higher forms
    • form of temptations and passions. But as soon as the soul, after having
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • environment which take their form from the physical and chemical forces
    • in normal life we observe the former internally, but the physical body
    • between the astral body and the physical body, forming a link between outside
    • “outward” and an “inward” human being, the former
    • death. Experiences are transformed initially into abilities of the soul which
    • that they are transformed into abilities and also into wisdom.
    • insight into how this transformation takes place if we take a look at the
    • knowledge, wisdom of the world. Others transformed them into a deep wisdom,
    • transformed in the soul into ability and wisdom? They are transformed by
    • being taken in their immediate form into our sleep each night, into those
    • necessary to transform these experiences in periods of sleep. For example, a
    • sleep in order for them to emerge as abilities or in the form of wisdom or
    • transformed to such an extent that they can emerge as wisdom, as abilities,
    • daytime experiences catching fire in his soul and being transformed into
    • inner structures and forms of the physical and ether bodies cannot be altered
    • physical and etheric formation of his ear did not permit him to establish the
    • being to be whole, all the members of his being have to form a unity, to be
    • is drawn each morning by the structure and form of the internal organs. These
    • if the organ is not formed in a suitable way then this is prevented. Those
    • transformation between birth and death.
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 6: Positive and Negative Man
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    • affecting his habits. He will have formed certain ideas and concepts about
    • transformed as time goes on. Compared with the other, “positive”
    • individual between birth and death as following always a uniform course. For
    • these we called the sentient soul. Its primal form is best seen in men at a
    • and elucidate the outer world in its true form. Thus we can infuse our inner
    • lecture on mysticism, we can rise to a higher form of soul-life by cutting
    • be made easier if we avoid the hampering influence that particular forms of
    • qualities, so that he passes them all by and may be unable to form a
    • spiritual world are given in a strictly logical form, a form well recognised
    • There are even people who are highly mistrustful of information about the
    • and minerals and embodied as laws of Nature in the form of concepts and ideas
    • For if anyone realises how much positive work has gone into formulating a
    • us in such a way that our fear and pity are purified; they are transformed
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
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    • something must have formed and prepared our ether body which is similar to
    • disharmony can arise between our consciousness soul, which forms the basis of
    • all different forms.
    • yet able to express himself properly about the subject, who cannot yet form
    • bodily mis-formation with the light of a healthy willing, a healthy feeling
    • transform disbelief into belief, into true strong spirituality. The belief in
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 8: Human Conscience
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    • Art was to become a necessary element in every form of human existence worthy
    • concerns, who has not formed some idea of what conscience is. Everyone feels
    • and that to form some kind of opinion about it is relatively easy.
    • into an inward form. Here we have an extreme example of this kind of
    • insist that virtue can be learnt. Socrates, indeed, says that if a man forms
    • leave alone”, long before we learn to form ideas concerning good and
    • evil and thus begin to formulate moral precepts. Moreover, conscience brings
    • within the consciousness soul he develops a higher, clairvoyant form of
    • physical body; we look on it as having been formed out of the spiritual world
    • the wisdom inherent in the formation of the external physical body. And
    • not think of this formative power as having the character of an immeasurably
    • forms were beheld in dreamy clairvoyance as the counterpart of man's
    • transferred to his soul in the form of a reflected picture. When the ego
    • cosmic Spirit which had formerly shown to man through clairvoyant vision the
    • external form. Apollo had approved the deed; but there is something higher.
    • dreamlike, clairvoyant pictures that have not yet been transformed into
    • freedom and independence. Whereas man had formerly felt himself entirely
    • form the concept of conscience. He strives to give this new form of
    • transferred to the inner life most intensively, and in the form of conscience
    • or for its presence in embryonic form.
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • who sought to find a uniform substance in all the phenomena of life. Spinoza's
    • the gods, found in various forms in different countries, were the product
    • consciousness of mankind. In Homer we find presented in metrical form, from
    • in the soul and could endow it with formative power. Poetic imagination is
    • especially to visionary symbols in picture form.
    • Aeschylus is still aware that the gods were once visible in picture form, but
    • ego. This emergence took a particular form in regions where the Orphic
    • devotees cultivated the older form of ode, the hymn, addressed to the
    • truths living on in another form in art, and the achievements of ancient
    • heights, but applies itself to the world in the form of mere shrewdness and
    • for what comes directly from their souls in the form of thinking, feeling and
    • public that these plays were first performed, although many people today
    • poetic transformation of what Goethe had experienced in his own soul. While
    • ever-advancing forms. From the imperishable spiritual world resounds the
    • form in the perishable creations of human genius. Out of the imperishable
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • imagined, for instance, that speech-formation took its start from the
    • sound and calls the dog ‘bow-wow.’ Word-formation of this
    • word formation, — at least so it was stated by those who
    • working, from his Ego outwards, as it were, at the transformation of
    • in a far-off future the human Ego will have transformed these three
    • transformed. Whereas formerly it was not worked upon by the Ego, it
    • consciously transformed from out of the Ego, ‘Spirit Self,’
    • for them even to-day. Man will only begin consciously to transform
    • consciousness, the dim activity of the Ego has already transformed
    • transformed astral body, or sentient soul, belong together in the
    • memory, is connected with a subconscious process of transformation of
    • past ages already worked at the transformation of the physical body
    • in order that man may exist in his present form. The product of this
    • transformed into the vehicle of so-called ‘human
    • spiritual activity has been at work on our sheaths, imparting form,
    • Group-Soul similarly transformed, developed and regulated the three
    • what is inwardly working there correspondingly forms and transforms
    • soul, intellectual soul and sentient soul, he is also transforming
    • if it lays hold of the whole soul, has a transforming effect on the
    • influence, man's form was so moulded that it has become, on the
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  • Title: Lecture: Prayer
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    • recent lecture on mysticism I spoke of the particular form of
    • forms of knowledge, designated the imaginative, the
    • misunderstood than when it is permeated with some form of
    • within us greater than all that we have employed to form
    • transformed into a feeling, we shall be able to observe what
    • transformed into feeling and perception.
    • future, when we transform it into feeling and perception?
    • the form of a judgment of rejection, of regret or shame, but
    • thus easier in this case to transform the idea into a
    • transform into a right feeling what comes so surely to us
    • one of two forms of prayer that lead to an intimacy with God.
    • why it has failed so to form itself that it can approve of
    • definite form, an acceptance of what the future can bring
    • ideal form it would be the sort of soul attitude that would
    • result of this second form of prayer that is directed to the
    • it in our words and ideas is the second form of prayer, the
    • soul. Impulses of will and ideals formerly strange to us rise
    • counterforce that assails us with greater vigor in the form
    • Silesius, which form a fitting conclusion to our



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