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  • Title: Life Between ... I: Investigations Into Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • penetrate today to a knowledge of the ego. Such a comprehension was
    • this drawing-near to the ego in the grossest forms of egoism. It
    • will find that a secure standpoint is only reached when the human ego
    • ego, does he encounter a firm point of reference. I need only mention
    • ego. The reason for this lies in the fact that in earlier times
    • ego. This experience was bestowed upon him during the Greco-Latin age
    • the man of today penetrates increasingly into his personal ego and
    • that in the nineteenth century this way of viewing the ego was
    • time due to the general and philosophical egoism that prevails. In
    • religious egotism if this fact is not admitted by religions that are
  • Title: Life Between ... III: Mans Journey Through the Planetary Spheres
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    • does the child pass out of the ego-filled ideas and mental pictures?
    • ego-consciousness develops and becomes strong in a child. Suppose he
    • child would never develop ego-consciousness if resistance from the
    • ego-consciousness, the consciousness of the “I.”
    • child has developed ego-consciousness by becoming aware that there
    • from them. Once this ego-consciousness has developed it continues to
    • The fact is that from the moment ego-consciousness arises, the “I”
    • every morning. The ego and the astral body pass into the physical and
    • etheric bodies and the ego impacts them. Now even if you only dip
    • your hand is in contact with the water. It is the same when the ego
    • it. During the whole of life the ego is within the physical and
    • the ego plunges down into the etheric body and the physical body is
    • on the one side and the ego and astral body on the other. The
    • ego and astral body on the one side, physical and etheric
    • could not maintain our ego-consciousness. True, we might be able to
    • development of our ego is made possible by destroying our own being
    • have no ego-consciousness. When the question is asked, “What is
    • ego-consciousness may develop to further stages. If we could not die,
    • etheric body, astral body and ego. In human life as it is at present,
    • ego-consciousness, we must destroy them. We must acquire these
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  • Title: Life Between ... IV: Recent Results of Occult Investigation Into Life
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    • life in kamaloca to forego passions and longings. The sojourn in the
    • memorial statues to the Medici and four allegorical figures
    • and “Dusk.” One easily speaks about a cold allegory, but
    • allegory. One of the figures represents “Night.”
    • side. This represents the most perfect expression of the ego; the
    • of the physical body. These are not allegories, but truths taken from
  • Title: Life Between ... V: Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • Whereas the other creeds essentially have something egoistical about
    • suppressed its egoistical religious system — for example, the
    • not the egoistical creed that the others were for the different
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies, and in the ego. Of course, the
    • statues of Giuliano and Lorenzo de Medici and four allegorical
    • They are viewed as barren allegories. Now these figures with one
    • impression of being merely allegorical. In the guide books we are
    • allegorical figures. At the foot of one of the Medici statues we have
    • allegory. Picture the lower members of the human being more passive,
    • and the ego predominantly active. We have this expressed in the
    • allegory of “Dawn.” And if sought to express the
    • pieces, but becomes limp as a result of the withdrawal of the ego and
    • egotistical. Usually a man loves what he is particularly attracted to
  • Title: Life Between ... VI: Life Between Death and Rebirth 2
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    • consciousness, into the true ego-consciousness. As a result,
    • against it in his ego-consciousness, may have the most intense
    • ego-consciousness or whether they dwell in our astral
    • something of spiritual wisdom, must forego this wish, it will remain
    • volition and wish in that our deeds are more or less egotistical.
    • not merely have an egotistical significance. It may also be of
  • Title: Life Between ... VII: The Working of Karma in Life After Death
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    • his soul. A thorough-going egoist on earth, one who only indulged his
    • earth we live in our ego. Below the ego-consciousness lies the astral
    • are sometimes different from our normal ego-consciousness without our
    • be lodged in the person's ego-consciousness, not in his astral
    • of what lives in his ego-consciousness. What has developed in the
    • particular egoism. They are caught in a group egoism.
    • egoism that tells of the origin of languages. God wished to bestow
    • enemies. Such is the extent of the Estonians' group egoism.
    • A similar group egoism is true of most peoples when they speak of
    • egoism. Religiously it is more selfless than the Eastern religions.
    • allegorical figures. These figures are well known, but at a first
    • allegorical figures.
    • cannot be understood simply in terms of an allegory. If, however,
    • body and ego?” the answer would be the gesture as given by
    • physical body when the astral body and ego are outside it. This
    • figure is not an allegory, but represents the combination of the
    • physical and etheric bodies when the astral body and ego are outside
    • the ego when it is most active and least influenced by the astral,
    • active, independent form the physical and etheric bodies and the ego,
  • Title: Life Between ... VIII: Between Death and a New Birth
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    • ego. There the ego has to work on the sleeping organism as the sun
    • the growth of plants. The ego works into the physical and etheric
    • is related to the moon. The ego is the sun for the physical body, the
    • astral body is spiritually its moon. Our ego creates a replacement
    • or ego. The human astral body contains an extract of the light of the
    • If the human ego were still bound to the sun, man would only be able
    • sun within us and the ego is an extract of the solar influence. The
    • influence. Our ego does what the sun would do otherwise. We are
    • illumined by our own ego and astral body.
    • Above him shines the sun, his ego, without which he could not be as a
    • astral body and ego are within the physical and ether bodies. The
    • conscious activity of the ego within our daily life is the destroyer
    • bodies behind and our ego and astral body now emerge as sun and moon that
    • have nothing to illumine. Nevertheless, the ego and the astral body can
    • Christ as the Sun Spirit. The ego has emancipated itself from the light
    • does the ego of man penetrate into the substance of the Sun Spirit. Man
  • Title: Life Between ... X: Anthroposophy as the Quickener of Feeling and of Life
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    • egoism and competition, but also with the comfort of the human being.
    • one sees the human being with his astral body and ego outside the
  • Title: Life Between ... XI: The Mission of Earthly Life as a Transitional Stage for the Beyond
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    • egoism. This manifests itself to the seer in many instances where
    • You will gather from the foregoing that from a higher aspect life on
  • Title: Life Between ... XII: Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • possess a prosaic dry and egoistic capacity for judgment, and are
    • previously. Clever egoists who are inclined only to place their
    • only a selfish intellect, an egoistic intelligence. We are able to
    • religious, egoistic element. We find such souls today. There have
    • because of an inner egoism that awaits a kind of retribution or
    • expectation may be thoroughly egoistic and connected with a fanatic
    • harbor a profound egoism.
    • and egoism, lock themselves up in a faith the foundations of which
  • Title: Life Between ... XIII: Life Between Death and Rebirth 2
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    • There are things in this category that need not be considered
  • Title: Life Between ... XIV: Further Facts About Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • to me. Now I must forego this. I am able to direct my thoughts back
    • Man has to learn by what he foregoes. Such a soul, as a result of the
    • lose the thought of his own ego. Then he would no longer be aware
  • Title: Life Between ... XV: Intercourse With the Dead
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    • earth because of an exaggerated sense of egoism is only able to live
  • Title: Esoteric Studies: Lecture I: Cosmic Aspect of Life Between Death and New Birth
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    • the Occident, of the Christ Jesus. Unegotistically, the
  • Title: Lecture: The Transformation of Earthly Forces into Clairvoyant Faculties
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    • To look into this world may not, perhaps, be gratifying to egoism but
  • Title: Okkulte Untersuchungen: Vortrag I: Untersuchungen uber das Leben Zwischen Tod und Neuer Geburt
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    • Herantreten an das Ich in der Form des krassesten Egoismus
    • philosophischen Egoismus. In unserer Zeit schafft sich der
    • religiösem Egoismus, wenn man sich in den
  • Title: Okkulte Untersuchungen: Vortrag: Die Neuesten Ergebnisse Okkulter Forschung uber das Leben Zwischen Tod und Neuer Geburt
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    • geschaffen hat und vier allegorische Figuren, «Tag und
    • von frostiger Allegorie; aber wenn man sich die vier Figuren
    • frostige Allegorien. Da ist eine Figur, die «Nacht».
    • physischen Leib. Das sind keine Allegorien, sondern das sind
  • Title: Okkulte Untersuchungen: Vortrag: Durchgang des Menschen Durch die Planetensphaeren und die Bedeutung
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    • sich abgeschlossen haben in einer gewissen egoistischen Weise
    • daß einmal eine Religion auftrat, die eine unegoistische
    • beschränkte. Eine im eminentesten Sinne egoistische
    • national-egoistische Art, sich an ein Bekenntnis zu binden, ist
    • angeeignet hat, eine absolut unegoistische gewesen ist. Auch in
  • Title: Okkulte Untersuchungen: Vortrag I: Das Leben Zwischen dem Tode und Einer Neuen Geburt
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    • etwas Religiös-Egoistisches haben und nicht über sich
    • religiös-egoistischen Systeme, zum Beispiel das alte
    • religiös-egoistisches Bekenntnis, als es andere
    • sein Wesen ausgegossen hat über die Erde und daß der
    • ausgegossen hat von Golgatha, und ein anderes, ob man sich ein
    • de Medici und vier allegorische Figuren. Dabei denkt man sich
    • Allegorien, sagt man gewöhnlich. Nun sind ja eigentlich
    • diese sogenannten allegorischen Figuren mit Ausnahme einer
    • Eindruck von Allegorien. In den Reisehandbüchern ist es
    • davon, daß da vier allegorische Figuren sind: am Fuße
    • stroherne Allegorie. Wenn man sich vorstellen würde, die
    • sogenannten Allegorie der Morgendämmerung. Und wenn man
    • häufig recht egoistisch. Man liebt den — nun, zu dem
  • Title: Okkulte Untersuchungen: Vortrag II: Das Leben Zwischen dem Tode und Einer Neuen Geburt
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    • oder weniger egoistisch oder unegoistisch sind. So kommen diese
    • nicht bloß eine egoistische Bedeutung zu haben, sondern er
  • Title: Okkulte Untersuchungen: Vortrag: Einiges uber die Technik des Karma Im Leben Nach dem Tode
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    • ausgesprochener Egoist war auf der Erde, der eigentlich nur die
    • Hinduund der Buddha-Religion in besonderen Egoismen, und wenn
    • sie davon reden, sind sie im Gruppenegoismus befangen. —
    • Man könnte da eine schöne Legende vom Gruppenegoismus
    • was sie an Gruppenegoismus haben, da zum Ausdruck bringen.
    • nicht durchsetzt von religiösem Egoismus, es ist
    • abgebildet und dabei sind vier allegorische Figuren. Diese
    • ankommt, das sind die vier allegorischen Figuren.
    • Allegorie zu tun, kommt man nicht zurecht. Wenn man aber das,
    • eine Allegorie, sondern tatsächlich der Mensch,
    • hineingegossenen Schrift, zur Erkenntnis dieser Wahrheit. Nicht
    • ist. Denn zwischen Tod und Geburt sind wir ausgegossen
  • Title: Okkulte Untersuchungen: Vortrag: Zwischen Tod und Neuer Geburt
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    • kommen und in eine bestimmte Sprache gegossen sind, können
  • Title: Okkulte Untersuchungen: Vortrag: Anthroposophie Als Empfindungsund Lebensgehalt
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    • Menschen zu rechnen, nicht nur mit dem Egoismus und der
  • Title: Okkulte Untersuchungen: Vortrag I: Die Kosmische Seite des Lebens Zwischen Tod
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    • alles, was wir in unsere Seele eingegossen haben durch
    • Jesus. Unegoistisch hat das Abendland eine Religion in sein
  • Title: Okkulte Untersuchungen: Vortrag: Die Mission des Erdenlebens als Durchgangspunkt fuer das Jenseits
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    • durchdrungen sein von Selbstsucht, von Egoismus. Dem Seher
  • Title: Okkulte Untersuchungen: Vortrag I: Uber das Leben Zwischen Tod und Neuer Geburt
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    • nicht nur, sondern egoistischen Urteilsfähigkeit, mit
    • einer egoistischen Verständigkeit, die überall, wo
    • religiös-egoistische Seele beobachtet man. Wir finden
    • Grunde, weil sie aus einem gewissen seelischen Egoismus heraus
    • kann ja durchaus egoistisch sein und kann verknüpft sein
    • Egoismus kann in diesen Seelen wurzeln, trotzdem sie
    • ein in egoistischem Sinne fanatisches Festhalten an gewissen
    • aus Bequemlichkeit, aus Egoismus sich einschließt in ein
    • aus ihm herauszugehen, aber mit egoistischem Fanatismus an
  • Title: Okkulte Untersuchungen: Vortrag: Uber den Verkehr mit den Toten
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    • übertriebenem Egoismus von jeglicher Menschenliebe hier
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • take into account not only human egoism and competition, but also this
    • his Ego and looks back upon the physical and etheric bodies, we shall



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