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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
    • the bearer of pain and pleasure, of joy and sorrow, of all the surging power
    • — in the blood, the beings which preceded the ego formed in a powerful
    • creative power of language”. In this sense spiritual science will have
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
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    • a waste of energy and mental power. The only satisfying thing is to raise
    • powers of development it has brought from previous lives, works unceasingly
    • further strengthen its powers. No wonder, then, that among the great sources
    • with the world, and if then a power rises up in the soul which impels the ego
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • powerful light which outshines and blots out the finer experiences of the
    • path, but since we are to develop new powers of cognition, we take neither
    • the little spark but a new power of cognition which enables him to look at
    • 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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    • there but is outshone by the external experiences that work so powerfully on
    • it can be fanned into a powerful flame which will illuminate the sources and
    • realise the power and depth that resides in this medieval mysticism, and the
    • ourselves through our individual powers. If there were not something
    • that something greater than all our will-power dwells within us. And thus we
    • of a power from the past which is playing into the present but which is
    • engendered by the past, it will begin to wish that the power it had left
    • reality. Then the soul can say to itself. If this power were within me, I
    • active strength and energy, will be able to develop the powers of his soul
    • Hence one could also say: It is for the power to pray that
    • of a power that seeks to transcend what our ego is at the moment? And if the
    • ego is seized by this striving, it already has the power to develop itself.
    • us, becomes a powerful force, enriching the soul and carrying our development
    • can be an effective power within us, The prayer that springs from looking
    • prevented the more powerful element in us, the ego conscious of itself, from
    • tranquillity. This is what prevented the stronger divine power within us from
    • by my feelings and perceptions, from all the ideals set up by my will-power
    • have this power. The depth of wisdom in a prayer is shown by its
    • truly develop itself under the influence of this power, it must also be said
    • power to raise him higher. But, however high a stage we may have reached, we
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • completely powerless, then, to transfuse into his physical and ether bodies
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 6: Positive and Negative Man
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    • 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
    • power. These mediums, who do not know what they are saying and who say more
    • least a half-conscious state and evidently possessed by some other power?
    • foresee but which he, driven by his impulses, is powerless to avert? We are
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
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    • and value, the power of human self-consciousness is revealed most. And then,
    • we are powerless and can go no further, we pass muddled and distorted
    • power to change our ether body, that it is saturated and imbued with the same
    • science gives us the healing power to do this. It therefore always emphasises
    • theorise about the spirit, but we learn to turn it into a healing power
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 8: Human Conscience
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    • individual's breast which determines with irresistible power what is
    • conscience was spoken of, it was always said to be a power in the human soul
    • underneath this power of the soul there is something else, something of finer
    • element in the soul which, if it is heeded, declares with unmistakable power
    • strongest emphasis on the power and significance of the human ego, it is
    • virtuously. Conscience speaks with elemental power in the human soul and is
    • can be learnt, a doctrine not in keeping with the primitive, elemental, power
    • that so pre-eminent and powerful a person as Socrates is not aware of the
    • little power against them. In the intellectual soul the ego gains some
    • of the dark spiritual powers of the world, was it then less perfect, by
    • not think of this formative power as having the character of an immeasurably
    • other. Thus we look back to a primordial past where a spiritual power endowed
    • evil deed? They were pictures whereby the spiritual powers around him showed
    • make good, so, later on, it was the same cosmic Spirit that powerfully
    • judge. Behind the weak ego stands something like a reflection of the powerful
    • powerfully shown how the old clairvoyance awakens in Orestes and how the
    • power to do so. In the same way, there could be no power to grasp and
    • side conscience ensures our connection with the primordial power of the world
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • so that they come to full expression in the soul's creative powers.
    • soul with convincing power and permeate our feeling with a conviction of
    • are powerless.
    • to indicate that he is indebted to a higher power for his verses, and we need
    • power was not a symbol but a real, objective Being. If this invocation to the
    • powers of the human soul have changed. In the far-distant past, beyond the
    • in the primal past. Powerful pictures, like dream-pictures, of the forces
    • spiritual world. He felt that spiritual powers were active in his thinking,
    • and that when he accomplished anything, divine-spiritual powers had poured
    • himself to be a vessel through which spiritual powers expressed
    • realm, where the gods and their powers are set against one another.”
    • The divine powers, as they were seen at the time in the images which we have
    • the old clairvoyance. The ruling cosmic powers withdrew direct clairvoyant
    • in the soul and could endow it with formative power. Poetic imagination is
    • strong ego-feeling came to the fore while other soul-powers and faculties
    • chant were born, addressed to powers which could not now be seen after the
    • divine-spiritual powers. This intermingling of the two streams in Greek
    • before us as a personality who was certainly not open to the full power of
    • Eastern vision, the convincing power we find in Homer as an echo of the old
    • divine-spiritual powers which stand behind the interplay of human passions
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • ANTHROPOSOPHY] an aspect of man’s power of
    • is a kind of tyrant that exercises its power over the inner life. We
    • the tyranny and power of the community. But when we realise how our
    • sound-essence of the object calls forth in the soul the power to
    • the spiritual powers existing in Nature, have made of them.
    • single languages may be, artistic power has been at work in them all.
    • reveals no indication of the nature of artistic power. If it were
  • Title: Lecture: Prayer
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    • work so powerfully on man from without. Thus, it generally
    • kindling of the power that seeks to pass beyond what our ego
    • striving, it already has this power of development. When the
    • and fill us with its power. When we have reached this
    • seems to make us small, is a powerful force carrying us
    • more powerful ego from coming to the surface. We are given
    • forth the power to raise him ever higher. But whatever height
    • world the power we have thus won, we find that we are in a
    • have sought the power of prayer in the soul and have found it
    • his powers to help his fellow men with one who withdraws
    • worked so powerfully on his soul. In fact, following this



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