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- Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 3: The Inner Path Followed by the Mystic. Experience of the Cycle of the Year.
- assemble the ideas and conceptions needed for the knowledge of the
- knowledge of the two members of our being into which we descend on
- place in the world would in humility acknowledge its indebtedness to
- spiritual knowledge who was to take the opposite path to that of the
- This knowledge can be given today in the place of experiences which
- super-sensible world we form in the soul! It is the spiritual knowledge
- We are confronted there not by knowledge only. And that is another
- point of importance. Until now I have been speaking only of knowledge
- built out of data of knowledge; it must be built out of forces.
- Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 4: Faculties of the Human Soul and Their Development
- with knowledge of life realises that it is possible even for the
- knowledge which he has not allowed to remain mere theory but which had
- present with his earlier appearance and perceiving how the knowledge
- physical bodies on waking, a man can acquire a certain knowledge of
- knowledge of these bodies into which we descend on waking is only
- itself akin. The knowledge acquired on descending into the physical
- knowledge that what confronts us as the mighty Macrocosm was once like
- knowledge that certain forces in the Macrocosm are beginning to be
- becoming exhausted. This knowledge is the source from which Spiritual
- self-knowledge. What we have become on account of our sins of omission
- a new content, in keeping with true and effective self-knowledge; a
- self-knowledge, for there stands before us an image of what we have
- become; this self-knowledge is a stimulus for our whole future life.
- and only help at this stage is self-knowledge. Hitherto the Cosmic
- development. This knowledge alone makes it possible for the future
- self-knowledge, and therein lies its value. Error would begin only if
- self-knowledge. As soon as a man descends into his own inner being he
- Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
- knowledge. It may also be added that our study today will in no way
- these subjects. We shall therefore be dealing with knowledge possessed
- one who has acquired some knowledge of what is contained in the book
- Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment
- Chapter V. Knowledge of Higher Worlds. Concerning Initiation,
- spiritual knowledge. Accordingly a different path to knowledge is
- wishes to tread his path of knowledge in the fullest possible freedom.
- knowledge. This is the true path of modern times. It did not exist in
- the Initiation which brings knowledge of these Mysteries, but the path
- attempt to progress independently along his own path of knowledge but
- The lecture yesterday described what is meant by acquiring knowledge
- his own he cannot attain knowledge of his preceding incarnation. In
- knowledge of his physical body from within, man comes to a point where
- Thus we have seen that by descending into and acquiring knowledge of
- knowledge leading into the higher worlds.
- Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 7: The Four Spheres of the Higher Worlds
- Elementary World. He also acquires knowledge of something else,
- clairvoyance, for very exact self-knowledge is necessary before it is
- self-knowledge impels him to divert his attention from the things with
- Spiritual Science, true self-knowledge. This self-knowledge
- is by no means easy. It is relatively easy to acquire knowledge of
- certain store of spiritual-scientific knowledge protects us from
- with a knowledge of human nature may often be able to call the
- acknowledge that they are imperfect beings, but usually they do not
- set a limit to his knowledge which he believes he is unable to
- true human knowledge. At no moment of life should it be said that
- limits of knowledge shows himself to be a person who is incapable of
- grasping even the conception of self-knowledge, for otherwise he would
- able to acquire knowledge corresponding to the measure of our
- That is the necessary counterpart to self-knowledge. We must acquire
- self-knowledge, but it would remain a sterile achievement unless it
- present much greater hindrances. The call for self-knowledge must also
- To reach a certain stage of knowledge it is always necessary to
- first stage of higher knowledge and the spiritual World of Archetypal
- Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
- his normal consciousness he has very little knowledge of the
- Science, starting from Imaginative Knowledge, creates such an
- If he desires to attain higher knowledge he must do something to
- A pupil who aspires to be led to higher stages of knowledge would be
- All this would be made clear to an aspirant for higher knowledge. The
- If with the object of acquiring knowledge we take stock of our inner
- knowledge does not advance as far as a child advances through what he
- attained Imaginative Knowledge through the development of the
- and Beings in that world. Whereas the previous stage of knowledge,
- Inspiration (Knowledge through Inspiration), this further stage, when
- We have now described a path of knowledge differing somewhat from the
- Imaginative and Inspired Knowledge into the World of Spirit into which
- Knowledge, he can also grow into the Elementary World in such a way as
- Intuitive Knowledge only then does everything acquire colour
- Knowledge that these things can be described.
- our way to the stage of Imaginative Knowledge, we already stand in the
- Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment
- those books on the subject of the path to higher knowledge.
- Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
- of soul, man rises to Imaginative Knowledge, Knowledge through
- Inspiration and Intuitive Knowledge. If there were at his disposal
- degree of vision. When Imaginative Knowledge is actually attained, it
- reflection reaches what is called knowledge. It is
- knowledge and upon perceptions made either directly through the senses
- intellect in connection with knowledge of the higher
- knowledge must pay heed to the following facts. Materialism has
- of which he has exceptional knowledge; if he had confined himself to a
- Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 10: Transformation of Soul-forces and Stages in the Evolution of Physical Organs. Reading in the Akasha Chronicle.
- In these lectures I have tried to present items of knowledge which for
- this knowledge from the angle of more direct experience and we may
- Knowledge of the Higher Worlds,
- yesterday, when progress in spiritual knowledge has been made the
- ancient times man looked back into the past and his direct knowledge
- knowledge is to be attained.
- mode of thinking if he desires to attain knowledge of higher worlds.
- Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 11: Man and Planetary Evolution
- knowledge shall be presented as concisely as possible but that stimuli
- spiritual knowledge, that everything brought down from the higher
- data of spiritual-scientific knowledge and we may each say to
- one who communicates spiritual knowledge cannot always take it for
- flower in the future. The faculty of acquiring knowledge through the
- deepest knowledge, will recognise and accept the truths brought down
- derived only from the very highest attainable knowledge and the utmost
- knowledge becomes prayer. Instructions in these profound matters
- knowledge, can scale. The ultimate outcome of Spiritual Science is
- knowledge. Those who feel this to be a natural matter of course will
- test in the quest of spiritual knowledge. Anyone who professes to have
- knowledge of the spirit and remains indifferent in his feeling and
- will has not been rightly affected by this knowledge. Spiritual
- knowledge must be received into the will. When we absorb spiritual
- knowledge in its true meaning, something works within our soul like a
- But because the facts revealed by spiritual knowledge must be received
- civilisation by way of communion between human beings. Other knowledge
- feels himself drawn to other hearts. Spiritual knowledge is a bond of
- significance for our age, for modern spiritual life. Knowledge brought
- been. In spreading such knowledge we not only spread wisdom of the
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