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  • Title: The Ego: Lecture 3
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    • principle of life (as it were) was prepared, in which the
    • life, new force. But one must say: Our modern speech can only find
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: I: A Retrospect
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    • documents containing the fruits (Errungenschaften) of oriental life.
    • spiritual life of the West, and it is only when we realise what these
    • life within which he lives. From another point of view it is
    • advance in spiritual life. Incidentally, everything has been done in
    • beyond it, the truths concerning life and death: all such questions
    • to what is highest in the life of the soul! Is it not natural that
    • life. How many say light-heartedly: — “People speak here
    • in the spiritual world” can order his life, his thoughts,
    • anthroposophical life?” Just as much remains to him as he has
    • individual life must he gained on the physical plane, and in forms
    • the life after death through leading a spiritual life, but a man
    • might easily desire something egoistic for this life on the
    • stupid blunders in life. Then his spiritual development begins. While
    • spiritual world. In physical life our organism shields us from
    • down) there is something also in spiritual life by which he can
    • progress is not required of us in ordinary life for this reason, that
    • in ordinary life our innermost being is embedded in our physical and
    • is spiritual — must form the preparation for spiritual life.
    • such vengeance as in the domain of spiritual life. It were better for
    • of spiritual life we speak of these as they are right for every soul.
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: II: Some Practical Points of View
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    • who do not know that in spiritual life an object, being, or event,
    • with in daily life fade away, just as villages and towns vanish when
    • what emerges in daily life as characteristic human feelings, ideas,
    • of the value of these truths for human life. But every soul, are
    • confined to life between birth and death, that we bear within us a
    • and experiences, and can participate in spiritual life in a similar
    • words suited to ordinary life. Although, as was stated in the last
    • as the facial expression of the living, weaving life of the spirit.
    • regards the greater part of what people think in daily life. We are
    • ordinary life is seen when we carefully investigate how much ordinary
    • desires, impulses, feelings, etc. Only, in life as it is to-day, man
    • are directed altogether to our personal life. What then must happen
    • from within. The interest a man takes in his inner life is infinitely
    • themselves to be deceived in daily life. Something in that case would
    • be out of harmony with external life. This would not help them, truth
    • ordinary things of life are what men long for in the life beyond
    • regarding the life beyond birth and death if they are to have any
    • reincarnation and human immortality so as to have something for life,
    • ripe for what life requires of us, when we accept a truth and devote
    • our life to its service. What is the necessary counterpart to the
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  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture I
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    • life.
    • the life of a man have been described as follows: — The first
    • distinguish a second period of life, that from the change of teeth
    • ages in the life of a man. In this life, as you know well, only that
    • three periods of a man's life do not occur later; neither is
    • various post-Atlantean periods and that of the ages in the life of
    • changing them into something lifeless, in order that later they might
    • age of development in the life of a man began, and it is best
    • well he likened to the first part of the life of a man — that
    • teaching that comes to him in the second part of his life, can be
    • life-period of a man. While in the second life-period he learns; he
    • period in the life of a man — that period in which the ego
    • man evolves as ideas, between perceptions as an inner life, and that
    • ideas they use are void of spiritual life. It is a significant sign
    • have now reached a point where external science must receive new life
    • life. And it will receive it. This can only happen when efforts are
    • everything connected with life. Here it will he still more difficult
    • “Psychology.” There I showed that the stream of soul-life
    • etheric part of the life of the soul goes towards the future, the
    • first able to form a conception of the life of the soul, when we
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  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture II
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    • theosophical life. In that case it might happen that the higher
    • biographers in so far as they described the life of Christ by saying:
    • of Temple-ritual; we can therefore describe this life by describing
    • certain part of me and stimulate and bring life to another part of my
    • sensed was happening in their soul-life. The uprising of the “I
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture III
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    • fact the mystic life consists in whether this little guardian of the
    • The mystic life enters through the door I have described, and this in
    • great moment of his life when he sat under the Bodhi tree. Buddha
    • way throughout the life of this highly evolved human being as they
    • otherwise should; though, naturally, people who follow the life of
    • In normal life a
    • ordinary life. When a child like Zarathustra is observed
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture IV
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    • if we are able to pour fresh life into the works of Zarathustra, we
    • rise again; so that along with all he acquired in earthly life man
    • different parts of man's life (for our whole spiritually
    • our life backwards, a point is finally reached beyond which all
    • — Man's life among his fellows as a social being can only
    • can say: it is under the direction of our conscious life; all the
    • which belong to our conscious life do not reach to this period. There
    • are therefore certain years of our conscious life during which the
    • within general macrocosmic spiritual life; it is not yet separated
    • childhood, were able to continue. In that case his life would be
    • later life that he was a part of the whole macrocosm, that he was
    • belonging to ordinary life this feeling of isolation only comes to
    • were, more and more within his own skin. Opinions limiting his life
    • son of his father and of his mother. And if in communal life he has
    • express super-sensible things so vividly in his own life that the
    • to the life he led on the physical plane, and because of his descent
    • spiritual life was undermined. In the case of all the earlier leaders
    • entered into the life of the physical world and expressed what he was
    • conscious life. Therefore, as we see him, he is swallowed up, slain
    • by life on the physical plane, which really begins at the point of
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  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture V
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    • in them, for they are seen in human life. I would like, in order that
    • can be seen in our ordinary life on the physical plane.
    • ordinary life. Such idealists are always in a peculiar position
    • regarding life. They must always try to convince themselves of the
    • plane. Of the man whose life we have described as being the opposite
    • reflection into our astral body. We do nothing in life that is not
    • picture of what the man has done during his life. In the same way
    • life. They are those images, those con-tents of the astral body which
    • destroyed. Such images are closely connected with the way human life
    • actions, have life-giving qualities. They are specially stimulating
    • plane and at the same time forces that continually impart fresh life.
    • As a rule the effect of these forces on life can be easily seen. We
    • people who are not happy in their soul life, all this works back on
    • organism. Such men become melancholy in later life, are discontented
    • little opportunity in the earlier periods of their physical life of
    • transcending action by idealistic thought. In ordinary life such
    • life, and perceive them also in bodily conditions.
    • felt. And when life reveals the things I have just described people
    • with them, leave impressions which appear in later life as courage,
    • man's life is observed over long periods of time. The mistake
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  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture VI
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    • Here all mention of the life of the child is at first disregarded.
    • the life of this man, Jesus of Nazareth, is traced back to the point
    • recently of many things in human life, and in the composition of the
    • first in the life of the astral body. This can be observed even
    • you!” But if he pays heed to the way life progresses he can see
    • inward ebb and flow in his life of feeling and experience, inner
    • things felt by man formerly in the partitioning of his life according
    • again and again that the most important facts of spiritual life, as
    • for the man of to-day it is a guide for his spiritual life. In that
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture VII
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    • spiritual life in a somewhat external way, it can be noticed that a
    • more powerful it will permeate all human life until earthly evolution
    • external life. He lived in the king's palace, where he saw only
    • he left his father's palace and learnt something of life. He
    • life and nowhere are ideas capable of grasping them. There is one
    • If he did, his later life would be “airless” as regards
    • of life, all science, everything you are able to experience, and test
    • life. Do not fail to ex-amine everything — you will find it
    • build on blind faith, but those who belong to the spiritual life of
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: IV: The Path of Theosophy from Former Ages until Now
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    • certainty of life. We may therefore add to the thoughts put forward
    • manner in which we enter into the life of our time.
    • does in life, can receive true spiritual nourishment. Whatever
    • artist or in some practical walk of life he finds little of what he
    • and power in life. At the beginning of the nineteenth century people
    • the nineteenth century when some remnants of the old life still
    • feeling in man; neither spiritual life nor external culture.
    • man is under the guidance of spiritual life. We know that
    • theosophical life as cultivated by us is founded in Rosicrucianism,
    • understands spiritual life, where it may even perhaps see spiritual
    • life. Many of you have striven for years to fill your souls with
    • thoughts and ideas which can set the spiritual life before your eyes.
    • ideas, but that they impart life to our whole mental outlook, making
    • been practised herefor years if it were not a necessity of your life.
    • they found pleasure and joy in them, they felt warm life flow through
    • was desolation as regards spiritual life. But the longing, on the
    • life could only be preserved by spending the greater part of it in
    • conquer death. In this life we meet the three old men, our sheaths.
    • by Julius Mosen — life is not exhausted, souls long to return
    • comes to life when a sufficient number of souls are found who realise
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  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture One: On the Investigation and Communication of Spiritual Truths
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    • which are needed for the life of the human soul; and on the
    • no progress in the spiritual life is possible. Again and
    • life and death — these questions meet a profound need,
    • particularly urgent in every domain of life, and what a
    • life, his thoughts, his feelings and his perceptions in
    • the spiritual life, has mastered the substance of
    • ordinary life. What happens to such a man? All his
    • we acquire for our individual life must be acquired on the
    • ethics, resulting from the spiritual life.  -- Let
    • spiritual life we do not achieve anything which will fulfil a
    • wish to gratify an egotistic purpose in his life on Earth
    • there is no province of life where deception is likely to be
    • truly is. In ordinary life very few things are experienced in
    • person who went through life without committing any
    • senseless things. He seems to have lost his bearings in life.
    • us giddy or light-headed. In physical life our own organism
    • so in the spiritual life there is something which helps him
    • life of soul; but he needs something else as well. The soul
    • is not essential in ordinary life because from the time of
    • during sleep as well as during waking life, he could do a
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  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Two: Higher Knowledge and Man's Life of Soul
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    • HIGHER KNOWLEDGE AND MAN'S LIFE OF SOUL
    • know that in spiritual life an object or a being or an event
    • by man in daily life become unclear, just as villages and
    • perceptions of daily life.
    • everyday life. The reason is that there is an affinity
    • long road in the life of soul and spirit to travel and those
    • have for human life. But once spiritual truths have been
    • relation to spiritual life. Later lectures on
    • life the truths attained at higher levels. For although it
    • expression of the spiritual life weaving and working behind
    • through a door or window into the world of our everyday life.
    • thoughts in everyday life. How little we are really within
    • our thinking in everyday life can be realised if we try
    • upon the conditions we have encountered in life. This is the
    • at some period in your life you grasp a thought, an idea. You
    • of desires, impulses, feelings, and so on. In ordinary life
    • which are entirely consonant with our personal life. What,
    • his inner life is infinitely greater than his interest in the
    • his daily life. There would be perpetual clashes with the
    • for a life beyond birth and death. But that is a purely
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  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Three: The Tasks of the Fifth Post-Atlantean Epoch
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    • own life.
    • life-periods have often been described. The first period
    • earliest years of life and then fall out, to be replaced by
    • life-period is from the time of the change of teeth to
    • different periods in man's life: but as you certainly
    • three life-periods is not found in the later ones, nor can
    • lifeless which might, moreover, subsequently be revived with
    • cultural life of the first post-Atlantean epoch and must be
    • expression of the life of soul was then more clearly in
    • with the second period in human life and is, in fact, best
    • period in human life, from birth to the seventh year. During
    • connected with the second life-period. Only we must be clear
    • the life of a human being. In the second period he learns
    • life-period most human beings have to apply their knowledge
    • life. It was in this epoch that the ‘I’ of
    • where in its present form it must be given new life through
    • soul-life flows not only from the past into the future but
    • impulse, but there can be no real grasp of the life of soul
    • a comparatively early stage and spiritual life must flow as a
    • The old life
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  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Four: The Symbolic Language of the Macrocosm in the Gospel of St. Mark
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    • They described the life of Christ by saying that in Jesus of
    • temple-rituals. — The life of Jesus could therefore have
    • of happenings in the inner life of the soul. They felt the
    • life marks the supreme moment in earthly time. The hour on
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Five: The Two Main Streams of Post-Atlantean Civilisation
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    • etheric and physical sheaths. And in the mystical life it is
    • portal into our own nature and being. The mystical life
    • To this end the circumstances of the life of such a human
    • the whole life of such a human being, not confined to the
    • an earlier age of life.
    • little attention is paid nowadays to the life of
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Six: The Son of God and the Son of Man. The Sacrifice of Orpheus
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    • immediately above man, who influence his life. Above them
    • intervene in human life.
    • the individual man in his life on Earth, are nearest of all
    • all the experiences of life on the Earth.
    • in man's life between birth and death in every
    • for which is somewhere about the third year of life. Before
    • years of life; yet modern man has no remembrance at all of
    • they are very important in man's life as a whole. We
    • man's development makes it evident that his life as an
    • every principle by which we consciously direct our life; it
    • the thread of our conscious life.
    • our conscious life begins there are certain years during
    • the universal, macrocosmic, spiritual life. He does not
    • separate or isolate himself from that life but feels part and
    • the guidance of his life and the whole content of his
    • case human life would take a very different course. Man would
    • isolated from it. In ordinary life this isolation comes into
    • man's life is enclosed within his skin is complete
    • feeling of oneness with the Cosmos exists; in later life it
    • degree at least, into the later years of a man's life.
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  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Seven: The Higher Members of Man's Constitution
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    • they are quite apparent in life. And in order that you may
    • life on the physical plane.
    • transcend anything they are able to achieve in everyday life.
    • to learn and to accept as a fact that in life on the physical
    • perform a deed in life that is of greater importance than our
    • of his life. Similarly, when actions fall short of the
    • destructive element in a man's whole life; they are
    • closely connected with the way in which a man in his life on
    • have life-giving properties. They are particularly
    • life-giving forces into our whole constitution.
    • continually impart new life. As a rule the effect of these
    • unable to come to terms with their own soul-life which in
    • individuals had little opportunity in earlier life to
    • In everyday life
    • the prevailing mood of their whole life of soul; they may
    • this kind can be observed in ordinary life, people ought to
    • manifestations in actual life.
    • life as courage, confidence, balance. These qualities work
    • perceived only if life is observed not in short sections but
    • to relate these things too to the spiritual life. In point of
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  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Eight: Laws of Rhythm in the Domain of Soul-and-Spirit.
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    • human life in connection with the several members of
    • study his life in the light of Spiritual Science for we can
    • lives of artists of the first rank — in the life of Goethe,
    • intensity of man's soul-life increases, he will have a
    • flow of life, of inner ‘Sundays’, for the trend
    • past as a result of the rhythmical periodicity of his life
    • the life of soul. It will then seem to be an obvious duty to
    • Christ's life described in St. Mark's Gospel is
    • coming to expression. Men's attitude to daily life, or
    • facts of the spiritual life as presented by Spiritual Science
    • the heights of spiritual life. Such individuals learnt that
    • spiritual life of man to-day will be the book of inspiration
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Nine: The Moon-Religion of Jahve and its Reflection in Arabism
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    • superficial consideration of spiritual life we must admit
    • souls of men it will influence the whole of life on the
    • life of soul, the greatest impulse given to the human
    • made its way via Africa and Spain into the spiritual life of
    • from all human misery and life in the outer world, the son
    • impossible for life to progress unless revolutionary changes
    • life, the whole of science and the whole of your experience,
    • spiritual life refuse to do this. They build instead upon
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Ten: Rosicrucian WIsdom in Folk-Mythology
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    • security in life to-day. It is our duty to make these
    • spiritual nourishment, whatever his position in life and
    • work but also security and comfort in life. By the beginning
    • spiritual life were still present, although in a different
    • truly spiritual life and no external culture. Everything that
    • under the guidance of the spiritual life, the very smallest
    • creation, even when used for the purposes of everyday life,
    • know that our own theosophical life has its source in what we
    • regions where it can understand the spiritual life, and
    • life stream into your souls as spiritual nourishment. You
    • regions of the spiritual life. Words of Goethe must be
    • assurance and a genuine content to life is within our reach
    • on their life's way? The reason is this. — Just as you
    • the rhythm of his life takes its course in harmony with the
    • with its devastating effect upon spiritual life. But the
    • was able to survive only because for most of his life he was
    • life in the spirit, goes forth to conquer death. On this
    • of years’ life that ideas stream into artists of the
    • spiritual life in order that in every age what lies in the
    • life we must tell ourselves that we need not succumb to it
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  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Eleven: Kyrios, The Lord of the Soul
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    • used as a means of expressing the inner life of soul that the
    • inner life when the astral body had gradually lost the power
    • connected with the development of man's soul-life and
    • material world and influences the life of man. Through Christ
    • show you how this Gospel acquires new life and power if only
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Twelve: Mystery Teachings in St. Mark's Gospel
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    • have been made to infuse real life into language. It is often
    • made to express the delicate aspects of spiritual life. That
    • is to be introduced to the life and activity of the elemental
    • indicate the interweaving life and activity of the spiritual
    • Gods mingles with human life and creates human destiny.
    • facts of the spiritual life here on Earth from which the
    • astronomy? In his life as Kepler he did not find the powers
    • dim intuitions. Such men had in their life of soul much that
    • heavens during his life. He observed the conjunction of
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Thirteen: The Voice of the Angelos and the Speech of the Exousiai
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    • our own, by contrast, is a conglomeration of lifeless ideas
    • splendour, kindling life and radiating warmth into the lowest



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