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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
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    • and "negative" human being, error and mental disorder, human
    • instincts and desires into virtues, if it orders muddled thinking by the
    • working in the past also on the transformation of the physical body in order
    • ether body and astral body in order that the ego might continue to transform
    • ether body and astral body and ordered them according to itself. And the
    • because before the ego begins to create order in the human being, the drive
    • being in such a manner that they formed and ordered him such that the air
    • language had already been created, language then ordered itself according to
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
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    • and "negative" human being, error and mental disorder, human
    • expressions of a person's inner spiritual life. But in order to do this
    • in order to gain strength after a deprivation. We have seen how it is the
    • of man's striving for liberation, in order that he may not be entangled
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • and "negative" human being, error and mental disorder, human
    • had to pass through in order to reach the source of being. Above all, they
    • many spiritual beings must work together in order to engender our world,
    • may be, it has to be done. In order to bring before us inwardly the
    • had to do in order to call up the image of the black cross as a symbol of
    • Thus in order to reach intuitive knowledge we go out from ourselves and yet
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
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    • and "negative" human being, error and mental disorder, human
    • world-order but to give heart-warmingly beautiful expression in his writings
    • Faust begs in order to escape from the fetters of his companion,
    • bring. We fail to realise that our destiny is ordered by the wisdom of the
    • in order to add beauty to the
    • mystical devotion and meditation. If we wish to find God, but only in order
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • and "negative" human being, error and mental disorder, human
    • order to clarify how illness, health, death and healing stand in relation to
    • to be understood in order to recognise the apparently abnormal states as they
    • because in order to be conscious of them the reflecting qualities of the
    • In order to answer
    • learning to write. When we put pen to paper in order to express our thoughts,
    • punishments connected therewith, and so on in order to develop what we call
    • sleep in order for them to emerge as abilities or in the form of wisdom or
    • does not return to the dark lap of the earth in order to grow again the
    • harmony between the outer and the inner human being. In order for the human
    • carcass of a horse has to be beaten tender in order to create bees. Similarly
    • equally has to draw on the substances of its environment in order to develop.
    • opportunity to destroy this body in order to enable us to construct a new one
    • conclusions, but it will let the experience ripen in order gradually to
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 6: Positive and Negative Man
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    • and "negative" human being, error and mental disorder, human
    • aid in ordering the facts and events of a life, that we can rightly approach
    • of this order rises to a soul-life above the ordinary level; he immerses
    • it is that fear and sympathy make us negative. In order that we may become
    • a higher level when we have first to be negative in order to progress from a
    • must be seen as that which is intended to come before us in order to help us
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
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    • Error and Mental Disorder
    • and "negative" human being, error and mental disorder, human
    • Error and Mental Disorder
    • mental disorder are spoken of, images of deepest human suffering arise in
    • “error” and “mental disorder” we will be aware that
    • observer of a soul-life which can be described truly as mentally disordered
    • “mental disorder”.
    • which can be included under the heading of “mental disorder” when
    • borders on the pathological? If it happens beyond a certain degree it is
    • directly a symptom for mental disorder. But on the other hand, who would deny
    • disorder.
    • someone who is mentally disordered. And yet there is a thin line between this
    • healthy course into disorder of the soul.
    • how easily normal soul-life can become disordered.
    • hold an orderly conversation with anyone but would be enmeshed in a
    • was an orderly man, he had entered these 75 marks in his expenditure book and
    • sleep in order to sustain the ordinary soul-life. That is why we have to
    • the human being systematically in this way, an order of correspondence can be
    • and the irregularities which can arise will be able to recognise the disorder
    • which can occur in the soul. Disorder only occurs when there is disharmony
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 8: Human Conscience
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    • and "negative" human being, error and mental disorder, human
    • words were deeply impressive. In order to characterise the chief innovation
    • good and what is bad; what man must do in order to gain his own approval and
    • the nature and character of virtue in order to arrive at an agreed estimation
    • consciousness he had to develop inwardly in order to come to himself, and in
    • how he had disturbed and disrupted the cosmic order, and they were intended
    • man first has to work slowly upon himself in order that his ego may gradually
    • be said about correcting the distortion caused in the world-order.
    • the soul. In order that men should be able to find something of the divine
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • and "negative" human being, error and mental disorder, human
    • Homer himself. Unfortunately, works of art of the highest order are all too
    • high order had drawn them out of their souls in accordance with the same laws
    • primal act of creation, when chaos was ordered and harmonised, long before
    • wife. The woman was Helen, wife of king Menelaus of Sparta. In order to gain
    • went to this theatre? The lower orders. It was more fashionable in those days
    • stream should be brought down to lower levels in order that such vital
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • in order that man may exist in his present form. The product of this
    • in order that the Ego might further work upon them, — this
    • the eye in movement in order to receive the light that is working
    • In order, therefore, to understand the essential nature
    • written to-day is of a much lower order.
  • Title: Lecture: Prayer
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    • spiritual order but also to utter with glowing rapturous
    • begs in order to escape the fetters of his companion.
    • will that we have previously been unable to muster. In order
    • is not so. In order, however, that the Lord's Prayer should
    • prayer in order to become more perfect in ourselves, to
    • order to see that prayer, looked at in the right way, can

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