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  • Title: Life Between ... I: Investigations Into Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • spiritual world and for understanding the experiences gained in that
    • to us from outside. This may lead to alarming experiences for the
    • indeed possible for visionary experiences to penetrate into us. In
    • visionary experience. Therefore, the candidate for initiation will
    • Now as we approach initiation our soul undergoes the same experiences
    • that exists in the experience of the initiate and also in the life
    • accompanied by deep feeling, by a real inner experience, and this is
    • more and make amends for what we failed to do on earth. We experience
    • This leads me to some of my recent research. The early experiences
    • way that we experience little by little how this breaking-in of the
    • experiences. One compares, for instance, a variety of people during
    • experience a dimming of consciousness as a result of this deficiency.
    • until the time the Greeks experienced the meaning of the Mystery of
    • knew this, experienced the spiritual world as the realm of the
    • of Golgotha. The matter stands as follows. What could be experienced
    • as the Greeks experienced it previously. The Mystery of Golgotha
    • ego. This experience was bestowed upon him during the Greco-Latin age
    • recollection. If we have experienced on earth an understanding of
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  • Title: Life Between ... II: Investigations Into Life Between Death and Rebirth 2
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • spirit. From this moment onward, one experiences Lucifer no longer as
    • sought in experiences that the soul has to undergo in the further
    • The remarkable thing is that one does not experience the events in
    • will find the realm that the soul experiences on its backward journey
    • this stage was very strong, in all earthly experience. Our interest
    • it is the experience of uniting ourselves with Christ that beyond
    • interests, we can now experience the confrontation of Lucifer
    • Again it may be a shock to speak of what is experienced only
    • experience ourselves in our cosmic reality as inhabitants of Mars. In
    • incarnation. If this Mars sphere is experienced consciously and later
    • Lucifer bestows on us all experiences not originating in the earthly
    • experiences that reach us from the cosmos. It is a form of perception
    • At a certain point we experience ourselves as at the center of the
    • undergo an important experience of a moral nature. If Christ has
    • poignantly experienced. We behold our last earthy life from a cosmic
    • represents a mirror-picture of all the human being experiences out of
    • before birth is experienced in its reflection in a matter of years.
    • Now take all that man experiences in the spiritual world until his
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  • Title: Life Between ... III: Mans Journey Through the Planetary Spheres
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • sleep everything he experiences perishes and must come into being
    • the experience of the “I.” No mental image of which you
    • I suffer, would be a genuine experience of your soul.
    • Everything you experience must be linked, and indeed it is, with the
    • about the age of three, when a child begins to have the experience,
  • Title: Life Between ... IV: Recent Results of Occult Investigation Into Life
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • us, and sounds mediated by the ear, we experience the spiritual world
    • ourselves in the whole of space. That is why the experience, be it of
    • out into the widths of universal space. We experience the widths of
    • yet another experience on Mars. As we are speaking more intimately
    • experiences. Just as in sleep we do away with tiredness and gather
    • be understood better. We shall come to experience what really lives
    • intellectually, but we should experience what connects man truly to
    • we have become mature enough to experience what we are in our
  • Title: Life Between ... V: Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • immediate human experience. The facts are the same, but we should not
    • experiences, although in a different way, what takes place between
    • be the experience we gain from it. In the super-sensible world we must
    • the spiritual world. This experience is infinitely more painful than
    • anything we may experience in the physical world. It gives rise to a
    • back on what we have done and we must experience wholly the
    • we experience, point back, for the most part, to what we experienced
    • that we live, to begin with, in the cloud of our earthly experiences.
    • the details now, but the following conscious experience is present.
    • their understanding of a particular creed. As a result of experience
    • rightly into the Sun sphere. We now have the outstanding experience,
    • those who had similar religious experiences to ours on earth and we
    • itself is concerned, the connection that is experienced with the
    • It is a wonderful experience to compare one's own knowledge
  • Title: Life Between ... VI: Life Between Death and Rebirth 2
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • corresponding period of time when we can again experience the
    • this is an exceedingly painful experience, and this is true in a
    • experience of the relation, forces are formed in our soul, at first
    • and this is applicable to many other things, experience after death a
    • experience of the dead person much depends on the kind of spiritual
    • experienced confronts one after death. What appears ludicrous
    • and mind, then his experience will be different. He may start three
    • on him. Moments when events that have not happened are experienced in
    • his thinking, it is equally true that through experiences of the kind
    • experiences of the dead can be perceived here in earthly life. I also
    • after death? They help to render our conscious experience of the
    • If we experience the Christ within us, then we have the possibility
    • during our Sun existence to experience in the surrounding Akasha
    • between death and a new birth what has been experienced inwardly in
  • Title: Life Between ... VII: The Working of Karma in Life After Death
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • of feeling we can freely experience what speaks to our soul because,
    • experience the kamaloca period during which we are still intimately
    • kamaloca. The kamaloca period is followed by experiences in the
    • characterized more from the aspect of what man experiences through
    • experience. During life on earth he is enclosed within his skin, and
    • things out there is an experience that we do not have after death.
    • another. Their experience may be such that they need not know of one
    • longings and desires for earthly life. Man must experience all this
    • lives on after death, and later recalls the experiences in the Moon
    • death. It is during our experience of this that we bring about the
    • will experiences a connection with him. The gulf between the living
    • religious experience still play a dominant part. In the Venus sphere
    • any religious feeling and experience.
    • This is also the reason why a true knowledge and experience of the
    • We experience the starry realms between death and rebirth, the moral
    • go through the experiences of the world of the senses. Inasmuch as we
    • immediately into feeling and experience, and that is how it should
    • time needs to experience the cosmos by living into a consideration of
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  • Title: Life Between ... VIII: Between Death and a New Birth
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • events they experience are in fact asleep to life, and those who
    • humanity will experience an awakening from a sleep of life. Many
    • of no use for what man experiences without his physical sheath. Yet
    • experiences this plunging into the Christ-substance when hea has gone
    • with the Christ is able to experience after death the repercussions of
    • leads to the condition that will be experienced on Jupiter.
  • Title: Life Between ... IX: Life After Death
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • Everything that I experienced in their company used to alleviate the
    • This is a genuine experience, and it is shared by many souls who
    • together with his family, he would have had quite other experiences,
    • known that souls can be experienced there. Even is he was separated
    • contemporary cultural life have experienced the painful cry of souls
    • One who is able to experience by entering into the spiritual world
    • of their instincts that they wish to experience something of the
    • crossed the threshold of death to experience something of a spiritual
    • nature over there. In order to experience anything of this kind one
    • what should be experienced as filled with wisdom and thought content
    • Let us consider what is yet another real experience to the seer. When
    • world, except that the pain is experienced inwardly. I am myself the
    • hated experiences inner pain after death, and he now suffers inwardly
    • so what we experience on earth as our external moral world, as the
    • experienced only after death.
    • meet him, of the painful experience inflicted by another person. This
    • The spiritual investigator is confronted by a shattering experience
    • to animate his soul so that after death he experiences the spiritual
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  • Title: Life Between ... X: Anthroposophy as the Quickener of Feeling and of Life
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • experience. But one may add that in such considerations one has the
    • must know and experience something of super-sensible worlds.
    • experienced her words like a blessing and I could not have conceived
    • dead is spiritual knowledge, feeling and experience. That is the
    • knowledge of the spiritual worlds, experience it as an urgent
    • animosity towards it. How often can one experience this! It may take
    • Now there is a difference in whether one has such experiences and is
    • able to understand why one has them or whether one experiences them
    • on earth. One will experience them after death but one learns to
    • non-being into a state of becoming. This moment is experienced quite
    • intellectually, but should become inner experience. Then we shall be
    • that weave among the physical phenomena. To experience the spiritual
    • experience, to awaken it vividly within oneself. Such a striving can
  • Title: Life Between ... XI: The Mission of Earthly Life as a Transitional Stage for the Beyond
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • experience a Moon period, a Mercury period, a Venus period, a Sun
    • experience between death and rebirth, he stumbles in the dark. This
    • and during their experience, which corresponds on Mars to the period
    • life. What we experience from morning until night constitutes only a
    • up in him. He may then have an experience that can bring him together
    • develops further. At present we experience as yet a most imperfect
  • Title: Life Between ... XII: Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • through this realm, through the experiences one should have in the
    • higher hierarchies in this way experience a profound blessedness as a
    • is a shattering experience to behold souls between death and rebirth
    • experience the premature death of someone, such thoughts can bring
    • have created a pleasant experience for all men and all beings in the
    • one experiences sorrow it is best never to resort in one's
  • Title: Life Between ... XIII: Life Between Death and Rebirth 2
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • The first period after a man's death is filled with experiences
    • actually within his physical body, it is natural that his experiences
    • is due to the fact that man must live through the experiences in his
    • the orbit of the moon, but experiences in kamaloca that are of
    • physical body. What is experienced both after death and in initiation
    • expansion of the range of experience. In actual fact the human being
    • not only as kamaloca experiences, but also for the later life of the
    • experiences. A man may be so active in life that he brings all his
    • experiences if it is fitted by nature to gain something from the Mars
    • through this experience. Grotesque as it may seem, yet it corresponds
    • the forces that can flow from feeling and experience of this kind.
    • is impossible to transform what our souls have experienced in earthly
  • Title: Life Between ... XIV: Further Facts About Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • to what I have experienced but I cannot find my wife.”
    • period after death man re-experiences what has happened on earth and
    • who cannot find a soul in whom spiritual feelings dwell experiences
    • through the gate of death we experience the depths of our soul
    • Mercury sphere, determines whether he experiences a dreadful
    • experiences himself as blind and dead in relation to everything that
    • rightly experienced. For this a spiritual sensitivity is needed.
    • understanding every human experience. Christianity is a general
    • not experience the Christ in higher worlds if we have not gained a
    • before the Sun period, we still experienced the after-effects of the
    • such a way that he can experience everything as a sociable being. The
    • that both are one and the same. What we experience between death and
  • Title: Life Between ... XV: Intercourse With the Dead
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • It can only be experienced on earth.
    • The Christ had to descend to the earth in order to experience death.
    • who has become acquainted with death through his own experiences. As
    • experience in connection with the Christ, it is found to be deeply
    • the gate of death. He is unable to gain any new experiences because
    • senses. Through ourselves, through all that we experience here, we
    • that man experiences in the spiritual world. This fear befalls us
    • and rebirth. Even if we experience a measure of sociability at one
    • feeling that can alleviate the sorrow that is experienced when a
    • experienced togetherness with those of like religious confession, or
    • experiences in the spiritual world were different then. Now it has
    • and rebirth when we experience loneliness if we cannot perceive and
    • Therefore we must experience the Christ impulse here on earth and
  • Title: Life Between ... XVI: Life After Death
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    • In these lectures Rudolf Steiner deals with the experience of the human
    • experienced by our deceased loved ones and how we, taking into account
    • their duty here on earth, they shall experience in the appropriate
    • anything that can be experienced here. We must imagine that
    • we experience depends on the functions of our sense organs but also
    • world, what we have experienced by means of our organs that make us
    • world consists of what he has been able to experience by means of his
    • with his deeds and experiences. That is his external world. It
    • the satisfaction previously experienced. One senses that if one had
    • removed. We experience this as an inner force that leads us to find
    • experience. He finds a soul with whom he is acquainted and who has
    • what we experienced together. My family is on the earth, but I cannot
  • Title: Descriptive Sketches: Lecture I
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    • possible experiences. In this ancient town our friends will spend the
    • experience they show no desire to do so at present, for they do not
    • nourished. Oh! it is an extremely affecting experience when we turn
    • reason of the satisfaction which these souls experience, we are
    • who have the unfortunate experience of discovering that all those they
    • very painful experience of the dead. Clairvoyant vision can perceive
    • by practical experience, and not merely in theory, that we only have a
    • difference of experience when we have passed through so-called death
    • not in a position to judge of what can be experienced in the spiritual
    • experience of them, we find ourselves confronted with quite different
    • with whom one has had such an experience — which can only be
    • experienced in the above-mentioned way — says to one,
    • After that follow various experiences, but the time comes when the
    • observe s particular soul after death than to trace the experiences
    • particular experiences of a given soul: just as in the physical world
  • Title: Descriptive Sketches: Lecture II
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    • the experience of his life, and work is always going on in his
    • making us more perfect. Other things, too, are experienced when we are
    • — the inner experience of the soul is chiefly centred on the
    • dear to him; for it is one of our experiences thus to look down at the
    • this very considerable difference between the two experiences. The
    • clairvoyant investigation examines all this it certainly experiences
    • experiences, and one carries away a wealth of impressions. I will
    • most important experiences. We must not imagine that all the
    • experienced teacher will not easily allow himself to be persuaded
    • entirely accidental experience, but from this rays forth a stimulus
    • clairvoyant experience a child in whose countenance is expressed
    • innocence and inexperience of the world expresses in its aura
  • Title: Esoteric Studies: Lecture I: Cosmic Aspect of Life Between Death and New Birth
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    • living experience of the Sun sphere. He who has not attained
    • live between death and a new birth, in the experiences they
    • bring nothing spiritual, we must of necessity experience this
    • we must gain a living experience of them. — The
    • will have to gain a living experience in an external way of the
    • experience of that which lies in the teachings of Francis of
    • — can go through that which has become living experience
    • being. We carry the heavens within us because we experience
  • Title: Esoteric Studies: Lecture II: Establishment of Mutual Relations Between the Living and the So-called Dead
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    • might say, deeply moving experiences. For instance, one
    • This deeply moving experience one may often have with
    • attained serenity. But these experiences, possible with
    • Here, too, the seer can have the experience that human beings
    • since we do not experience it until we die.” One might
    • and the world which we experience between death and a new
    • souls? One may have strange experiences concerning human
    • Hierarchies experience an increase of strength by such unused
    • experience they took into themselves, it exists in them today.
  • Title: Lecture: Links Between the Living and the Dead
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    • read? — I must tell you that according to my experience they show
    • but every true occultist will experience this feeling of distaste for
    • be cornfields for the dead. For one who has this experience in the
    • sleep, it is a shattering experience to see that they often find
    • This is a frequent and sorrowful experience for the dead. And so it
    • experienced shortly after death.
    • circumstances is anything lost. Actual experience has shown that in
    • transformation of experience when we ourselves have passed through
    • them to share in what we ourselves experienced during physical life. A
    • can be experienced in the spiritual world. After all, we can live in
    • experienced together with such a soul — something that can be
    • experienced only in the way described — this soul says to one:
    • experiences then arise. But a moment comes when the discarnate soul is
    • world the experience is that we ourselves are being observed, now from
    • look that is directed at it. This experience must become ingrained in
    • perceive some particular experience of an individual soul. In the
  • Title: Lecture: The Transformation of Earthly Forces into Clairvoyant Faculties
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    • in intensifying this experience, then the exercise of these forces is
    • experience.
    • difficult experience of all to acquire through meditation. It is
    • experienced when we look into that realm of the spiritual world where
    • soul particularly values and greatly loves. One of the experiences in
    • shattering experiences. One profoundly moving experience is when we
    • moving experiences to observe such souls, for infinitely diverse
    • experienced teachers will not readily countenance any systematic
    • world. An experience seems to have been quite accidental but it
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • the human soul experiences in feelings between death and a new birth.
    • experience. We may say, however, that whenever and at whatever point
    • the senses!” If this has been experienced, also the following may be
    • future, men will experience as something quite normal that a dead
    • Let us now take an extreme case. You may experience it if you are an
    • It is another matter, however, if we have these experiences so that we
    • are able to find our way about and know why we must experience them, or
    • whether we experience them unconsciously, without knowing why we must
    • these experiences, we do indeed form the same karma, but we create
    • shall experience them. We must learn something about them here
    • Let me speak of still another phenomenon. The seer will experience
    • to understand this moment, we experience it in an entirely different
    • and permeated with feeling. Then we shall be able to experience how



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