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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • into the depths of the life of soul. They believe that evidence of
    • again because this is necessary for a healthy life of soul. But deep
    • in later life in a different form. Many a man believes that in
    • present in any healthy life of soul and which forms a boundary
    • faculties of cognition operating in ordinary life and ordinary
    • it takes its start from faculties of ordinary life, but transforms
    • involuntarily or at will, pictures of our life since birth, or rather
    • it possesses in ordinary life and in ordinary science.
    • many unconscious impressions received from life which would have
    • ordinary life and ordinary science. Pure thought begins gradually to
    • be lit by a picture-content, warmed through by glowing life, as real
    • kind of thinking that is usual in ordinary life and science, this
    • ordinary life and science is abstract. Only those thoughts which
    • glowing life and teeming content in what is, at first, a purely
    • the marvellous organ it eventually becomes in the course of life. It
    • we try to meet the demands of every-day life, and to make progress in
    • furrowed in the life of soul-and-spirit just like the physical brain
    • tableau arises, encompassing the whole of life since birth. This,
    • own inner life since birth is presented in a tableau of which
    • actuality and to inner experiences. In everyday life the human being
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  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • where he stands in ordinary life and in ordinary science; from there
    • The kind of thinking to which we are accustomed in ordinary life and
    • the whole life of our soul, with all our power of concentration. Our
    • some fantastic way out of the reminiscences of our life.
    • thinking which is used in ordinary life and in ordinary science,
    • moral life. There it has its roots. The Philosophy of Spiritual
    • this direction, a first step which anyone can make in ordinary life.
    • thinking in our ordinary sound conditions of life, and in ordinary
    • health and a sound development of soul-life, a very great deal
    • who have a continuous memory in their waking-life condition, a memory
    • elements that have built up our whole life from our earthly birth
    • picture of their past life; we do not however, see it as a
    • memory-picture, we do not look upon the small details of life, but we
    • not merely set before us the ordinary thinking life of the soul, but
    • that inner life which works upon the physical organism from the
    • of the conception of life, of what I call the etheric body, or body
    • psychical-bodily life of man.
    • should be applied to the soul-life, by observing it in a concrete
    • whole way of thinking, its whole life of representation and feeling,
    • in fact the whole life of the soul, undergoes a complete change.
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  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • bodies during sleep, there is a dull twilight life, and we only
    • learn to know why we have an unconscious life during our ordinary
    • dive down into our etheric or life body; that is to say, into our
    • ordinary life, man's true inner being, woven out of feeling and
    • life, even though we are not aware of it, a world in which we
    • detail from single examples in life. We should note, for
    • How conscious we are of the fact that our inner life grows cold,
    • that in life itself feeling and will must first be drawn into the
    • than is the case in ordinary life, during the ordinary state of
    • Our inner life
    • penetrate more intensively into the life of the external world.
    • life. But this does not render these worlds less objective. On
    • world we look back into our last earthly life through death,
    • earthly life as a firm resistance which mirrors everything, just
    • rising up in a far more intensive life than the one which we
    • otherwise, in this earthly life — it undoubtedly arises in
    • free, soul-spiritual life. Everything in our environment with
    • during his earthly life the human being constantly takes in
    • sustain his whole life. We absorb substances from the animal and
    • the end of life, as a moment in life, as an experience in itself.
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  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • for they embrace every question dealing with science and life and
    • the things connected with the great life problems of human
    • firm standpoint in life, we must first obtain a conception of our
    • of a person's life. It is quite indifferent whether we call this
    • this), but from completely normal conditions of human life, which
    • require above all an intensive observation of normal life; we
    • require above all an intensive observation of normal life; we
    • people who only wish to apply words to things in ordinary life.
    • modern scientific truths, of modern ethical life, and to develop
    • life and in science. One must, of course, have an understanding
    • problems. Although they form part of ordinary life, one easily
    • During our life,
    • life, swaying between the conditions of waking and sleeping. The
    • completely normal questions of life cannot be approached with the
    • experiences of our ordinary earthly life since our birth. Through
    • and that our soul life is soundly connected with the external
    • memory in ordinary life. When we remember something, we always
    • learn to know the material importance of that life which
    • constitutes the ordinary life of memory. We then no longer
    • ordinary life only with the soul, which we never do otherwise. In
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  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • The Central Question of Economic Life
    • Karl Marx. Spiritual life, economic life. Merchandize on the one hand,
    • through formation of economic associations. Life of rights. The
    • Central Question of Economic Life.
    • engage with practical life and actually doesn't just want to
    • life. From this I have gained the view that our social question
    • real life, not in theory, as a question which throughout
    • not even be able - as life is richer than theories and ideas
    • to a great extent alienates himself from life and from economic
    • life in particular by what he thinks and what he makes his
    • questions, the comprehension of really practical economic life,
    • life millions of human beings belong to this proletariat of
    • life in this proletariat. The proletarian worker is in his
    • value. He is interested in the development of the economic life
    • historic life, and he actually speaks of a theoretical region
    • economic life again results from a theoretical way of looking
    • conditions of economic life as such, but works towards the
    • purely human interests from the interests of practical life
    • our economic life has become more complicated has caused a kind
    • complicated areas of economic life with that which one
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • question dealing with science and life, every problem of
    • life-problems of human existence which transcend the knowledge
    • gain a foundation and a firm standpoint in life, we must first
    • person's life. It is a matter of indifference whether we call
    • completely normal conditions of human life, which appear
    • intensive observation of normal life, we must become quite
    • things to which they are applied in ordinary life. To an
    • life, and develops these very things more intensively, so that
    • less intensely in ordinary life and in science. One must of
    • ordinary life, one easily fails to see their enigmatic
    • During our life, we continually change over from the condition
    • of this pendulum of life, swaying between the conditions of
    • this problem. Even such completely normal questions of life
    • earthly life since our birth. Through memory, the picture of
    • some real event stands before the soul, and that our soul-life
    • also know what constitutes memory in ordinary life. When we
    • the material importance of that life which constitutes the
    • ordinary life of memory. We then no longer ascribe the contents
    • ordinary life only with the soul, which we never do otherwise.
    • I n ordinary life we perceive through our senses, we abstract
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • spiritual life are simply approached experimentally, and the
    • lifeless, can be filled with inner life, with light and power,
    • the capacities with which he ordinarily judges life in general.
    • closely related with our physical life on earth are those which
    • not know our own inner being during our physical life on earth.
    • Our physical life on earth is something which darkens our
    • earthly life, not the closest, nearest things, but we first
    • leading us back to a past life on earth.
    • pre-existent condition is limited by a past earthly life which
    • from a pre-existent, pre-natal life. Within the mother's body
    • condition of life, the part which man thus incorporates into
    • Whereas in the ordinary course of life man's
    • normal life and even the human being himself, they go out, as
    • normal life continue to swing in the universal cosmic ether,
    • individual life (individual life requires thinking forces which
    • death in a preceding life. As described in my Theosophy
    • this perception of our pre-existent, pre-natal life, enables us
    • distinctions. Everything which comes from a preceding life lies
    • mighty super-sensible tableau of pre-existent life which
    • observed in its course of development during the physical life
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • the etheric bodies during sleep, there is a dull twilight-life,
    • But we also learn to know why we have an unconscious life
    • the same way we dive down into our etheric or life-body, that
    • formative forces. In ordinary life, man's true inner being,
    • world which always surrounds us, even in our ordinary life,
    • examples in life. We should note, for instance, how
    • conscious we are of the fact that our inner life grows cold,
    • so we recognise that in life itself feeling and will must first
    • a different way from how we speak in ordinary life, in ordinary
    • inner life acquires greater intensity through super-sensible
    • knowledge. We penetrate more intensively into the life of the
    • accustomed to hear in ordinary life. But this does not render
    • which we have passed, into our last earthly life. Just because
    • we have before us this last earthly life as a firm resistance
    • more intensive life than the one which we learned to know here
    • connected by destiny, or otherwise, in this earthly life
    • soul-spiritual life. Everything in our environment with which
    • there one can see that during his earthly life man constantly
    • and to sustain his whole life. We certainly absorb substances
    • confronts us as the end of life, as a moment in life, as an
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  • Title: Renewal of Culture
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    • varied spheres of life many of our contemporaries feel that something must
    • penetrate into our spiritual life and into the other branches of human life,
    • searching souls in many fields of artistic life. Who has not noticed these
    • the sphere of ethical-religious life we come across such seeking souls.
    • consider social life, then the course of the world's events and all that
    • life?
    • true foundation. We shall have to look into many depths of human soul-life;
    • survey these earlier times of spiritual life in the Occident, we find that
    • our social life, in the way in which we face our fellowman, in the
    • conditions of human life which are interrelated: inwardly, intellectualism
    • on a cold, prosaic life-nuance, and in reality it can only develop in the
    • longer directly bring into our own inner being the whole external life of
    • great expanse of Nature's life: namely, man's being, which greatly transcends
    • during recent centuries. External life reflects this in every way. Far more
    • than we think, external life reflects the forces which came to the fore in
    • the spiritual life of humanity during its more recent course of development,
    • into the seeking life of modern times, by setting out from such aspects, we
    • connected with a definite age of human life.
    • that time of his life when he is ready to work in the external world. But
    • life the soul's configuration must differ from its later configuration. The
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