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  • Title: Michelangelo
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    • itself. Historical facts on the other hand are unique; we can recount
    • having to go out in order to enter space, to manifest itself in
    • world that strives to reveal itself. This is true also of the larger
    • from some self-evident quality of genius. Through having his
    • means; he made himself sensitive to what was inward in outer nature.
    • from Rome to Florence we can see a remarkable drama unfolding itself.
    • himself, had to fall back on what he could get from his anatomical
    • heart of nature as she showed herself in his times, from one point of
    • phase and puts himself quite realistically in the same space in which
    • then that Michelangelo sets himself the task, supported to begin with
    • who loved to compare himself to St. Paul, seemed the mighty
    • incorporation of his age; he was, and seemed to himself to be, the
    • done a good deal of painting, he did not feel himself really to be a
    • painter; nor did he regard himself as sufficiently prepared for his
    • the task which, as he said himself, was outside his own sphere but
    • has to tell us himself out of the depth of a sorrowing heart about
    • to apply himself. Of them we need not say anything here; but we
    • Christian impulses which flowed into his work. While he felt himself
    • himself in the Medici Chapel, working in the night alone till he was
    • himself the marks of the age in which we are living, yet he could not
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • religious life generally. One will convince himself gradually
    • being as he is, and the human being takes himself, as he is to
    • cognition if he understands himself in such a way, as he is,
    • it is that the human being takes himself for the usual science
    • as he is, it is also true that he only must transform himself
    • being must transform himself only, so that the slumbering
    • itself in our soul; this you keep in your soul life. Who passes
    • know in a great measure how his self-consciousness, his ego has
    • himself in the spiritual area as the chemist prepares his
    • self-chosen point in the inner experience of the soul. That
    • has chosen himself. Then just those soul forces gain strength
    • immediate experience, I experience myself independent of my
    • spiritual-mental is because I experience myself in the
    • expresses itself, otherwise, in our thinking and imagining, and
    • other words, as you experience yourself in the usual life
    • within your body, you experience yourself beyond your body if
    • you apply the spiritual-scientific methods to yourself. You
    • experience yourself beyond your brain if you apply these
    • A Way to Human Self-knowledge
    • he says to himself: what wants to reveal itself to you from the
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • of this evening justifies itself which shall explain the
    • self in the usual self that is equipped with higher senses that
    • and the longing of any self-conscious soul to find the point in
    • its own self where it is rooted in the divine-spiritual
    • appropriate the full clearness of self-awareness, of
    • self-consciousness only appears only at a certain turning point
    • of our childhood. What presents itself in the sense of
    • tools of the self-conscious being. Because all soul forces are
    • that could deliver a clear self-consciousness anyhow in the
    • itself for the construction of the organic being can be only
    • self-consciousness because all soul forces go through as the
    • the soul life reflects in itself; and the self-reflective soul
    • life that experiences itself in itself is the emerging
    • self-consciousness. This constitutes our real human experience
    • immerse himself with the full consciousness in that which he
    • complete development of the clear self-consciousness. In this
    • self-consciousness. The spiritual researcher can penetrate into
    • of it within the life on earth that he has educated himself to
    • self-consciousness, and then he penetrates into that region
    • with this self-consciousness which one experiences, otherwise,
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and Denomination
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    • human beings the “true science,” must free himself
    • himself, one can squeeze nothing out of all that what the human
    • keep itself completely separate from any invasion of science
    • self-purified life in itself, then that appears internally what
    • itself.
    • divine if he abandons himself impartially to that what lives in
    • itself as something new in the human development. It would be
    • nature or at least wants to go, places itself in life that
    • of its whole predisposition and nature to get itself into
    • the human soul is able to transform itself and outgrow the
    • experiences itself and the world, it gets observations that do
    • spiritual researcher transports himself by the specified
    • itself appears like from the sea of the inside being and is at
    • the spiritual world reveals itself. As you look at the outer
    • spiritual researcher is able to transport itself. Indeed, a
    • that his own spiritual self has become independent of all
    • Since one has to say, if you want to place yourself into
    • this worldview. Thus the human being himself is as it were a
    • piece of this world process, feels, experiences himself, and
    • justifies itself. If the human being faces the outside world
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IV: On Death
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    • the matters of human immortality; he himself is ensouled by a
    • his senses and his reason that binds itself to the senses. The
    • survive, but sacrifices itself on the altar of general
    • himself: what is the most valuable?
    • on which it cannot only express itself as a phrase, but as an
    • spiritual-mental activity in myself which does not have the
    • bodily as an object like an outer object beside himself, then
    • mysteries. Someone who would like to inform himself more
    • Way to Human Self-Knowledge, I
    • the human being attains if he opens himself to meditation and
    • yourself with this experience by means of the strengthened
    • inner soul forces, and you say to yourself now, I know what can
    • outer knowledge learning this or that, you get yourself into
    • You gain for yourself by working what you should
    • himself. However, this work has another aim, another character
    • itself. Preparation —
    • connect sense with the words: I experience myself as a
    • sense and feel his self. However, if the human being sees
    • himself in the mirror, he knows that not the mirror is the
    • that perceives itself like in a reflection if it submerges in
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture V: The Meaning of Immortality of the Human Soul
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    • He says to himself that the single soul
    • life can position itself in the course of the historical
    • You can now ask yourself, what has our
    • what presents itself to the spiritual researcher in the real
    • mental experience. He opens himself to the exercises informed
    • the soul itself has drawn itself out of the physical and has
    • physical body beside or before itself and experiences it in
    • itself in perpetual organic activity, so that consciousness can
    • before myself; it is strange that it lets my picture emerge
    • human being appears before himself. However, from that ensues
    • researcher has this body beside himself, does not use it as
    • and about which you say to yourself, I have experienced it, and
    • like an outer vision, like a Fata Morgana before yourself. You
    • that at this moment this inside presents itself like an
    • risk that your own self, the self of thoughts, dissolves in the
    • it were would lose itself, the physical body asserts its
    • you ask yourself, what causes the length of the period in which
    • opens himself to life without falling asleep without having to
    • past life lasts longer or shorter which presents itself like a
    • from the spiritual-mental, and you must say to yourself that
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • and contemplating on one side to convince yourself completely
    • has the human being to behave who wants to position himself in
    • human being who endeavoured to position himself in the universe
    • the human being is capable to position himself in the world in
    • complete clarity can be clouded, can deafen itself as it were,
    • himself to the evil compared with these
    • himself, if the human being has to strive after the ideal of
    • because of its weakness, the good limits itself; and one does
    • thinking briefly. He says to himself that one cannot deny the
    • position myself to the evil in terms of the educational idea?
    • recognise their true being and value self-consciously.
    • and how one had to confess to oneself repeatedly that these
    • inside. He tried then to make clear to himself how one has to
    • conception of itself. One would like to say, this activity had
    • being becomes aware of himself generally only in the physical
    • expresses himself in many turns, it confronts its
    • activity flowing into the infinite in itself. It has to become
    • different in itself, must create an opposition to itself in a
    • creates its opponent, so that it can become aware of itself. By
    • aware of itself. There one cannot yet speak of the evil, but
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • crystal form how this law expresses itself in the outside
    • yourself just in this fact, the more you recognise that here
    • being positions himself in this worldview with all his
    • positions itself in the human life in such a way that it gives
    • contrast to that what the single person does only for himself.
    • himself and no one else, avoid a perjury that is only caused by
    • from mutilating himself out of certain empathy? Briefly, and I
    • a sense with the words: I experience myself in my
    • would have to say if it could experience itself: I experience
    • myself beyond the oxygen. Persevering soul exercises are
    • connecting a meaning with the words: I experience myself in the
    • for sure that he himself has put them, then everything is
    • you recognise yourself beyond the body, as usually the outer
    • objects were outside of you. Our time will force itself to
    • that the human being lifts out himself from the physical-bodily
    • and experiences himself in such a way that he obtains a
    • illusion and hallucination. You experience yourself beyond your
    • does not perceive himself if he looks into a mirror, but
    • find the possibility to develop his self. However, I simply
    • what he takes in his self if he has seen it in the outside
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VIII: Voltaire
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    • builds itself up one after the other, what the souls gain from
    • shows him in such a way as he can grasp himself if he turns
    • self-awareness of the human being, the purest ego-consciousness
    • experiences if he said to himself, it flashes, it is
    • life in nature. For it, however, that he felt himself still as
    • being became a riddle to himself, while he started now feeling
    • position myself to the work of nature from which no longer
    • around to asking itself for the position of natural sciences to
    • human soul presents itself compared with the modern view of
    • in itself, that means to arrive at that what it extracted from
    • itself, and everything points to the modern spiritual science,
    • experiencing itself in a spiritual world
    • lived in his sentient soul recognised himself as a piece of the
    • itself still in the intellectual or mind soul, did not yet feel
    • himself in the consciousness soul. However, his soul knows
    • itself separated from nature, since it must get an idea of it
    • strengthen itself to conjure up the wealth of spiritual
    • experiences from itself, which can return to that assurance
    • itself in the development of the consciousness soul since the
    • that the human soul conjures up from itself will be able to
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IX: Between Death and Rebirth of the Human Being
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    • forces more than sixty years behind itself, more than half a
    • everything from the start that presents itself just to the
    • results need another mind-set saying to himself: in order to
    • as it were your usual self if you exert all forces to prepare
    • yourself to receive truth worthily. You feel as unworthy if one
    • that one says to himself, I still wait, rather I am patient and
    • arises from that how the soul must outgrow itself as it must be
    • body is outside like an outer object, and experiences itself in
    • thinking, of feeling and willing in itself. This division of
    • feels the thoughts detached from himself that they are as it
    • memories, but like one which has made itself independent, and
    • someone who can exert himself to maintain his forces longer
    • human being knows himself connected with that what I have
    • disappeared thoughts forms a part of the self-consciousness
    • kind of self-consciousness plays.
    • part of the self-consciousness. This gives an infinitely more
    • with them. I have to express myself always figuratively. After
    • learn to experience our self-consciousness is unimportant for
    • leave yourself and you enter a spiritual world. You enter a
    • life on earth in yourself, like an inner soul force. This gives
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture X: Homunculus
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    • science wants to position itself in the spiritual life of the
    • oneself: this or that —
    • than the view, which positions itself on these natural
    • the “spirit” repeatedly, restricts himself to this
    • yourself in the soul so that you experience and recognise that
    • it adapts itself to the inherited forces of father and mother.
    • descends to a new embodiment on earth, must wrap itself during
    • wants then to embody himself physically within the line of
    • intermediate link puts itself between the completely spiritual
    • the forces in himself which are like an essence of the whole
    • which the human being wraps himself up before he descends to
    • of Paris and Helen. Faust himself gets the desire to behold
    • himself gets this desire.
    • himself beside Faust as the spiritual being that wants to keep
    • has to embody herself, and Faust must be able to face Helen as
    • So Goethe said to himself tying on
    • Homunculus wants to embody himself, but he
    • human being has it as forces in himself. There Homunculus loses
    • one does not turn to the soul itself.-
    • seriously and says to himself, the human beings have not only
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture XI: Spiritual Science as a Treasure for Life
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    • researcher cannot take himself in such a way as he is. With the
    • soul transforms itself into another instrument of knowledge and
    • withdraw it from the outer world to further yourself; now you
    • the other side, one dedicates himself to a certain dogmatism of
    • bring yourself to an understanding that is not kept tied to the
    • almost say, the modern soul is not able to bring itself to
    • himself to experience truth in such a way, spiritual science is
    • more we settle in the future. Life itself requires these
    • However, truth itself must thereby become
    • only this or that remedy, but that it presents itself, above
    • the human being, which he has not yet in himself, either by
    • treasure for life strikes us for the life of the soul itself; I
    • abstract knowledge. This also expresses itself in the fact that
    • itself in the world or to deal with the world. One could
    • orient himself in life. If one recognises that those forces
    • can put himself in life in such a way that he understands the
    • of truth in itself that the human being needs in the more
    • because this is its task as an oven. It does it by itself if we
    • experience will show that nobody who penetrates himself with
    • fields; but it will work, while it incorporates itself in the
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  • Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
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    • was going towards an ever clearer and clearer self-aware human
    • humanity is enabled to insert itself in full clarity in the
    • itself; and this deadening happens if a human being allows
    • ideal before Stoicism. And that which inserts itself as wisdom
    • Always, when the question surfaces: how does the human self
    • position itself in the whole structure of the cosmic order?
    • embed itself into the cosmic order) to unite firstly with that
    • called divine providence. How did a Stoic find himself then,
    • science itself, but only go up to the doors to the same). This
    • removed: but if he/she can drag himself out of it, but it must
    • negation of good. So Augustine said to himself: goodness is
    • philosopher, who had trained himself in depth about the
    • before the issue of evil. He said to himself: evil does not try
    • by doing so won for himself the teaching of the best of all
    • kind of Theosophy rising up in himself, as a kind of vision of
    • himself, how wickedness and evil are to be pursued into the
    • to his way of expressing himself — one must enter
    • grasp its own self. This activity must, one would like to say,
    • being is only self-aware in the physical world, in that he hits
    • against its “yes” for itself. It must limit its
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