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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
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    • to gain knowledge about the things of the outside world. The seven-membered
    • bearer of human consciousness: the ability to gain knowledge of the outer
    • knowledge of the outside world by means of our senses and our brain. It has
    • members of his being of which we have knowledge today only through spiritual
  • 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
    • and then, in the light of this knowledge, we come to look on the ancient
    • years, and from this knowledge we gain the right attitude towards these
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • range of knowledge. And many people would probably agree with that opinion.
    • tempted by a certain lack of thought and psychological knowledge to assert
    • anyone else may have knowledge of it, as is the wont today, they dismiss it
    • find that it sought to reach a true knowledge of the deepest foundations of
    • where for the first time a clear knowledge of the ego is possible, and where
    • man is led out from inner life to a real knowledge of the world. If we keep
    • sought for knowledge in the way described, believed that they could find
    • through this inward knowledge that we gain assurance of the imperishable
    • the mystic raises himself to the knowledge that the inner being of the soul
    • while human knowledge of the world is achieved through a multiplicity of
    • kind that it leads the mystic to real knowledge. He will not be justified in
    • mystics, especially, we must set aside any idea that the knowledge they have
    • gained can be imparted and assimilated by other people. Mystical knowledge
    • cannot at all easily be made part of general human knowledge. But this only
    • that this way of knowledge does not simply require the student to take either
    • which his own immediate knowledge opens for him, but that he possesses
    • not remain as he is today, with his existing faculties of knowledge. Just as
    • can develop faculties of knowledge higher than those he has now.
    • this method with the mystical mode of knowledge, we must say: If we eliminate
    • science leads man through three stages of knowledge. The first stage, which
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
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    • his own soul to a knowledge of his origin, which can indeed be called
    • knowledge of God.”
    • immeasurable force of spiritual knowledge that this mystical devotion gave to
    • presence. When we have come to this knowledge through our own feelings and
    • and so to illumination and true knowledge. Anyone who looks at prayer in this
    • way will soon see that the knowledge acquired by ordinary intellectual
    • an instrument with which to gain knowledge of God when he has it within his
    • feeling for the knowledge of spiritual science, that another point of view
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • the way it affects the astral body the human being gains knowledge of the
    • knowledge because the animal does not have an individual ego. The animal
    • use its pleasure and pain, sympathy or antipathy to gain knowledge of the
    • gains in knowledge of the outside world in waking life is taken up inwardly
    • knowledge, wisdom of the world. Others transformed them into a deep wisdom,
    • knowledge of nature, had been buried — and with them the scholars who
    • had written these documents on the basis of their normal scholarly knowledge.
    • can be recognised by living knowledge. Precisely where two streams, which can
    • when they refer only to experience and a deeper knowledge of the matter, do
    • not limit our knowledge but lead us gradually into a living knowledge because
    • by a knowledge of error can truth be arrived at. It is only possible to
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 6: Positive and Negative Man
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    • sceptic with regard to life and knowledge. Another man might absorb just as
    • by the ego, so that it reflects the outer world and gains knowledge of it.
    • When we attain to this knowledge, it is a sign that the consciousness soul
    • knowledge of world secrets if we were not able to attach external experiences
    • — something which shows very clearly that only an intimate knowledge of
    • everything in mystical life and knowledge of higher worlds that we call inner
    • theoretical knowledge of Nature. But we must not be blind to the fact that
    • this theoretical knowledge gained by the systematic study of animals, plants
    • those with a knowledge of geometry may enter here”?
    • so far-ranging that knowledge can never encompass it, for this means that
    • life of the soul makes a mockery of our knowledge. We need an unbounded
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
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    • life. For anyone with some knowledge of the literature, and I am now
    • knowledge we should know the limits within which that knowledge is
    • stops short of knowledge about the essence of things and the human being,
    • knowledge of the human being can illuminate the nature of error and mental
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 8: Human Conscience
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    • situation of this kind will surely wish to consult those in whom a knowledge
    • this knowledge of what virtue is, he can learn to act virtuously.
    • of knowledge. The whole life of the soul has been described, as it reveals
    • itself to the inner eye of the seer: the eye which does not gain knowledge of
    • although the ego had no knowledge of itself, it was all the closer to those
    • The difference between the knowledge that was nurtured and put to use by the
    • facts, shall we come to knowledge of these developments. What I am saying
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • knowledge in relation to the spiritual world — what have these studies
    • from the same deep sources in the being of man as do knowledge and
    • young man he strove by all possible means to acquire knowledge of the world
    • knowledge. What he felt about this, and what his heart longed for, will
    • thing is certain: the ancient artists had as much knowledge of Nature, and as
    • highest manifestations comes from the same sources as do knowledge and
    • knowledge gained by the intellect.
    • had gained knowledge of secrets connected with the emergence of the human
    • his rich life, while he climbed from stage to stage of knowledge in his
    • knowledge. Spiritual vision withdraws more and more in proportion as the
    • spiritual world and to gain conscious knowledge of it. Moreover, having led
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • life. Those who have knowledge will be able to learn a great deal
    • knowledge of the things of the outer world. In this sense too,
    • consciousness,’ the faculty by which man acquires a knowledge
    • more than create a knowledge of the external world through the senses
    • keystone for the understanding of this is our knowledge that it was
  • Title: Lecture: Prayer
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    • man along the path of his soul to the knowledge of his
    • origin. This may, indeed, be called “knowledge of
    • forms of knowledge, designated the imaginative, the
    • what an immeasurable force of spiritual knowledge it brought
    • knowledge by our own feelings and perception, prayer becomes
    • knowledge. When we think of prayer in this way, we soon see
    • that the knowledge acquired through ordinary intelligence is
    • unfruitful compared to this other knowledge. When we come to
    • who seeks the instrument for the knowledge of God in the
    • knowledge. If we strengthen our spiritual lives by prayer, we



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