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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
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    • sentient soul as inner mirror-image, as it were, of the sentient body. Whilst
    • imagery, symbolism, and
    • they work more symbolically, in the image, rather like a dream works. A dream
    • over of the chair — is transformed into an image in the dream, into the
    • object; and our vowels and consonants are nothing but images and imitations
    • the image in the ether body, what we might call symbolism. The first elements
    • impressions only symbolically as image: we are no longer merely imitators.
    • sound or word image and is now transformed further by the infusion of the
    • is imitated. The inner sound image or the creation of the symbol is the next
    • the images and symbols connected with the ether body are transfused by the
    • an image, but it expresses the truth in this field. We observe an unconscious
    • I am dealing with artistically formed reflected images; and then I
    • round the topic as it were, we are presenting an artistic image of the
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • their source. His soul retains conceptual images of the outer world, and
    • him as a repetition, a reflected image, of outer life.
    • from the outer world, to obliterate all impressions and conceptual images
    • once we have obliterated the impressions and conceptual images of the outer
    • endlessly attractive to study him in so far as the universal human image is
    • feelings and images that the teacher can evoke in the pupil's mind and
    • opened his soul to all the feelings and images which can make the Rose Cross
    • had to do in order to call up the image of the black cross as a symbol of
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
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    • prayer are expressed better in images than in ideas. We can think, for
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow, of all the emotions, images, thoughts and
    • pleasure and pain, feelings, images, etc. We see how at night these
    • like an echo or a mirror-image. The physical body and the ether body reflect
    • from the astral body and the ego in the same way as the image which we see in
    • of an image we see indications of these significant foundations of human
    • to these depths of human soul-life in his image of Penelope and her suitors.
    • Then the moment arrives when this purely spiritual archetypal image has been
    • ether bodies what he has woven into the archetypal image; the archetype is
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 6: Positive and Negative Man
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    • world. Its conceptual images and ideas are no longer there only to control
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
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    • mental disorder are spoken of, images of deepest human suffering arise in
    • every person's soul, and images, too, of deepest human sympathy. And
    • was possible that during the conversation the image of first the illustrated
    • called forth in the subconscious of the philosopher the image of Napoleon
    • Paris. And now the image of another man appeared before him who also had a
    • Van Dyke beard, the image of Victor Emanuel of Italy; and this image led via
    • he had in his purse and, further, the image of the five marks which had then
    • been given to him as change. He recalled these two images and was now able to
    • ideas; it produces the image of the illustrated work about Paris and the
    • image of the photograph album of Rome. In the second case we see how the soul
    • that the haphazard images surface as if on a different level of
    • explains why the images occur haphazardly in the first case, whilst in the
    • images in the first place? The philosopher fails to answer that. Those who
    • did not have the strength to control the resultant sequence of images so that
    • uninteresting conversation. This gives an indication how such images occur in
    • other. But in the sentient soul the hardly noticed images follow one another:
    • standing in front of him. The images of the illustrated work on Paris and the
    • present, too, beside the compulsive images which appear because of the
    • image of the snake biting its own tail. Those who used this symbol understood
    • that they were observing themselves, as it were, in the image before
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 8: Human Conscience
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    • images of the inward promptings of conscience — somewhat as in
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • The divine powers, as they were seen at the time in the images which we have
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • most faithful image of external objects. Anything that does not
    • transformed in the dream into a sense image, the shot. The spiritual
    • in a symbolical sense, as sense-imagery, to the outer impressions.
    • transformed into sense images by the insertion of vowels. All words
    • related to the external world, as sense images.
    • question of artistic imagery. Then I will describe it from the other
    • language are really artistic imagery. If this is not realised, we



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