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  • Title: Life Between ... I: Investigations Into Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • This is no longer so in the spiritual world. There we realize that
    • threshold we are no longer in a position to correct, but are forced
    • certain time after death, for instance, we can no longer ask
  • Title: Life Between ... II: Investigations Into Life Between Death and Rebirth 2
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    • are then no longer able to hold the previous visions. For example,
    • spirit. From this moment onward, one experiences Lucifer no longer as
    • have to undergo later in the world of the spirit. For a long span of
  • Title: Life Between ... III: Mans Journey Through the Planetary Spheres
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    • he no longer says, “Carl speaks,” or “Mary speaks,”
    • your hand in water and move it along, there is resistance wherever
    • Jupiter, Saturn, that is, in the stars belonging to the planetary
    • who longs to discover the source of the highest qualities he
    • There were long, long stretches of time in human evolution on earth
    • his existence on earth began. As long as the ancient clairvoyance
  • Title: Life Between ... IV: Recent Results of Occult Investigation Into Life
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    • smaller groups long acquainted with spiritual science.
    • are drawn to it. We should not nurture longings to bring everyone to
    • find along the wayside gladdens us. This would not happen on the
    • heavenly spheres. As long as we dwell within the Moon sphere we are
    • in kamaloca, which means that we are still longing to be connected
    • life in kamaloca to forego passions and longings. The sojourn in the
    • science for a longer time it is best to say things plainly.
    • earth. A long span of our evolution after death, and our ability to
    • fearful loneliness, filled with a continual longing to get to know
    • can go to him and put things right. This is no longer possible from
    • endeavored to draw towards the Christ. Today this no longer suffices.
    • Thus, we arrive in the Mars sphere. As long as we dwelt below the
    • clearer it became. I am no longer astonished at the legend that
  • Title: Life Between ... V: Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • strive to draw a thing towards us, the longer we are capable of
    • in which they will no longer we able to form any Monistic Union, but
    • religious communities to which he belonged during his earthly
    • themselves to satisfy the longing that arose there. Because without
    • was possible for souls to have intercourse with others belonging to
    • goes on, and to it will belong the need to understand the Mystery of
    • words about the region where things are no longer subject to change.
    • were once reversed. They no longer stand where Michelangelo had
  • Title: Life Between ... VI: Life Between Death and Rebirth 2
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    • environment, and yet the instinctive longing to do so does arise at
    • powerful longing for the very thing he hates in his upper
    • longing for it in his subconsciousness or astral consciousness.
    • profound longing of which they were unaware during life. So it can be
    • death a sphere of wishes in which a passionate longing for spiritual
    • instance, the dead person, who has an intense longing to learn
    • stream can flow into this otherwise fixed longing. That is actually
    • longer be indifferent.
  • Title: Life Between ... VII: The Working of Karma in Life After Death
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    • ourselves from this connection. Indeed, we no longer have a physical
    • longings and desires for earthly life. Man must experience all this
    • longs to be together. People who lack a moral disposition of soul on
    • longing and a love for the spirit of which he is unaware. This is
    • science will continue to feel the anguish of longing for it unless we
    • help him. We can assist him from the earth if such a longing is at
    • time we would no longer be alive.
    • One finds, for instance, that many who belong to the Hindu religion
    • essential. We must bring this understanding along with us from the
    • I struggled long against this piece of knowledge and to begin with
  • Title: Life Between ... VIII: Between Death and a New Birth
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    • from a super-sensible world to which we belong between death and
    • When a person is no longer physically present, the riddle arises as
    • come across a person who, through a deep inner longing, through his
    • the secret soul impulses and longings that he has suppressed during
    • after death developed an intense longing for it. Such antagonists
    • devachan, that they can no longer understand words but only thoughts.
    • only understand language as long as they are in kamaloca. When a
    • other hand, belong to an age that is characterized by the fact that
    • such forces are no longer exercised on the bodily nature. Man,
    • earth evolution man will have progressed so that there will no longer
  • Title: Life Between ... IX: Life After Death
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    • surrounding us, to which we belong with the best part of our soul
    • long as he makes use of the physical senses and the intellect, the
    • which we live between death and rebirth. He longed to be reunited
    • manifest their presence by way of a physical body. He longed to know
    • gone through the gate of death will have a fearful longing to be
    • the agony, the longing, the renunciation, but also the hopelessness
    • longing of humanity.
    • The thoughts and mental images that we regard as belonging to an
    • senses can give us, it is as if we were to journey along the path
    • belongs to him. How does a person go through the world? One person
    • rather out of love of ease! A long time has to elapse before people
    • are able to think and feel along new lines, and it is only because of
    • are as long as we rest within the womb of divine spiritual wisdom.
    • also follows it who merely feels a longing to hear something about
  • Title: Life Between ... X: Anthroposophy as the Quickener of Feeling and of Life
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    • that occur during the long period between death and rebirth are truly
    • long to go back. I feel the lack of all I had. Longingly in my soul I
    • seek a path to my life-long companion but I cannot find her. I cannot
    • to me during the long span of physical existence has become dumb.”
    • That spiritual inheritance is exhausted today. It is no longer
    • religious feelings of the past are no longer sufficient to give the
    • may appear as “clever conjecture,” and yet they belong to
    • in his unconscious he harbors an urge, a longing, to hear about
    • spiritual truths. The old means of orientation are no longer
    • Let us take the soul of Goethe. For a long time before birth the soul
    • women who could provide over a long period of time the appropriate
    • one feels that it is a mere stammering because our language belongs
  • Title: Life Between ... XI: The Mission of Earthly Life as a Transitional Stage for the Beyond
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    • If nothing else were to occur, things would take their course along
    • that we can meet certain beings, and man belongs above all among
    • no longer needed to incarnate in physical human form. The Gautama
    • no longer needed to return to the earth thus continuing to dwell in a
    • Human beings on earth could no longer find access to him. Only those
    • there were no physical teachers, but teachers belonging to the
    • had completed his incarnations it was no longer necessary for him to
    • through the Mars sphere. This belongs to the exceptional case in
    • earth also. Beings belonging to other planets, just as man belongs to
    • we also cannot establish a connection with conditions belonging to
    • anthroposophist, belonged to the same society, and show him a sample
    • towards spiritual science will long for it after death. If may happen
    • presents a difficulty. There was no difficulty as long as the one was
    • science is no longer a theory but has permeated souls, a living
    • belong to the common possession of humanity. A man may be an
    • who belongs to the anthroposophical movement to gain an impression of
  • Title: Life Between ... XII: Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • able to illumine a particular area along the journey between death
    • worlds it is no longer valid. Supersensible perception often reveals
    • Because such souls are no longer dull but are endowed with a variety
    • longer serve the need of physical existence because the body has been
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    • longs for his physical body, and in normal cases this longing holds
    • him back in the sphere of the earth for a longer or shorter period.
    • inordinate longing for certain things within earthly conditions and
    • their being bound to the earth sphere for a longer time after death.
    • who no longer, or never, descend into a physical body. The Buddha
    • take a long time so that if a soul has any aptitude for receiving
    • known that he would often go away for a long time. Then he would
  • Title: Life Between ... XIV: Further Facts About Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • behind on the earth after death. Today souls no longer have the
    • works. What I am now saying is intended as a supplement. For a long
    • has to rid himself of the longing for his physical body. During this
    • birth. As long as man is called to journey from life to life the
    • lose the thought of his own ego. Then he would no longer be aware
    • the more profound longing for spiritual science. When we have gone
    • normal consciousness but longed for it in the depths of his soul
    • without being aware of it will often display this longing powerfully
    • in the Sun period it sufficed for one man to belong to the Brahma
  • Title: Life Between ... XV: Intercourse With the Dead
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    • Those who have already shared in our aims for a longer period will
    • most, a longing for death may arise in the super-sensible world but
    • only what we are when we are no longer because it only knows the
    • we find that what weaves between separate beings no longer continues.
    • super-sensible world inasmuch as a person who belongs to a particular
    • This is followed by a period when it is no longer sufficient to have
    • those belonging to the Hindu race can be adherents of it. If a racial
    • We enter a new age. Christianity can no longer work in the way it did
    • foundations belong to the past. They followed one another and brought
    • being. All this has to be determined long in advance. But this means
    • a preparatory way through the whole genealogical stream long before
    • been sociable but was condemned to loneliness, a longing arises in
    • him after death. He longs for a condition of unconsciousness. But
    • worlds matter no longer exists. Everything there is a question of
  • Title: Life Between ... XVI: Life After Death
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    • everything we perceive here in the physical world to which we belong
    • spiritual that belongs to the Moon becomes an organ within him. It
    • earth until they have ascended to the rank of buddhahood. As long as
  • Title: Descriptive Sketches: Lecture I
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    • along which we traveled, brought to our notice more closely than in
    • little concerning that which belongs to the domain of the spiritual
    • soul to be in touch with the dead, although no longer with full
    • consciousness, for men had ceased to be clairvoyant for a very long
    • that happen on earth which we must not consider as directly belonging
    • long with the materialistic ideas of life, giving our minds only to
    • ordinary outer methods, but there is also an inner longing to
    • profound longing for Anthroposophy is developing. Sometimes the
    • relation who raises the strongest objection in reality longs
    • Spiritual Science. By raging against it he deadens the longing of
    • longing on the part of the dead for what is thus read to them is
    • he has more or less the same longing as we here below have for the
    • and subject to many errors. This may persist for a long time without
  • Title: Descriptive Sketches: Lecture II
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    • forming the brain. This work lasts for a comparatively long time. It
    • can always study Anthroposophy as long as one does not study it like
    • belonging to the etheric body has to be employed in the working of
    • the particular intelligence which belongs to our modern civilisation.
    • on all fours all his life long. The forces which enable man to assume
    • what happened a long time before birth. In this domain there is a
    • yearning, a certain inner longing, from heaven to earth; and, though
    • decade or so who are looking into our own souls with longing eyes; for
    • belonging to childhood are later on developed clairvoyantly one can
    • the nature of man are developed long after those connected with
    • regarded as belonging to former incarnations.
    • forces which are economised in youth, when they are no longer required
    • decay and die out, will feel the longing within him to see Spiritual
    • the deepest longing to make Spiritual Science more widely known: it is
    • persons who long for it, to Spiritual Science.
  • Title: Esoteric Studies: Lecture I: Cosmic Aspect of Life Between Death and New Birth
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    • boundary of our being is the orbit of the moon. As long as we
    • definite period of time, more or less prolonged, through
    • preparation valid for the sphere of Venus no longer holds good.
    • forces of Mars does not flow in any longer. For at the turn of
    • earth, were past for Mars: they were no longer destined to
    • who came in later times could no longer find the characteristic
    • pupil of an individuality who was no longer incarnated in a
    • go along with the triumphs of this material existence. But for
    • take place: the souls are permeated by that which no longer can
    • children no longer believe in the stork — because those
    • who tell this fairy-tale no longer believe it themselves. But
  • Title: Esoteric Studies: Lecture II: Establishment of Mutual Relations Between the Living and the So-called Dead
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    • spiritual bread of life she was for me, and longing for her has
    • and long for the sight of those remaining in physical bodies,
    • longs for it; it is in its spiritual nature inaudible to the
    • strong longing for spiritual wisdom and wish to hear about it
    • One can often see how these dead long to hear what penetrates
    • effective for a long time. It does not occur readily that a
    • community: they belong to different denominations. But the man
    • that they are not taken along for the next incarnation. But
    • carried along with the evolution, that the hour of decision
    • physical world. They no longer can see that which surrounds the
    • Not in all the souls; but the souls who today no longer see
    • souls who have passed through the portal of death, who long for
    • though they may perhaps belong to quite good men. For the seer,
    • which belongs to the world of supersensible truths, the more
  • Title: Lecture: Links Between the Living and the Dead
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    • souls of those left behind, This belongs to the evolution of humanity,
    • connection with the dead, even if it was no longer a fully conscious
    • one, because for long now men have ceased to be clairvoyant. In even
    • deep down within us there is the longing to cultivate Anthroposophy in
    • subconscious depths an intense longing for Anthroposophy is
    • developing. Such a soul may be longing for Anthroposophy even more
    • in the subconscious; there are people who may have an intense longing
    • Anthroposophy they deaden this longing and delude themselves by
    • repudiating it. But after death the longing asserts itself all the
    • more forcibly. The most ardent longing for Anthroposophy often shows
    • between death and a new birth, he directs his longing to our physical
    • world somewhat as a physical human being directs his longing to the
    • In a certain sense our books are more long-suffering, for they do not
    • of aberrations, but it may long have been present without its
  • Title: Lecture: The Transformation of Earthly Forces into Clairvoyant Faculties
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    • direction; the preliminaries for the intelligence belonging to modern
    • that took place some long time before birth. In this realm there is a
    • upwards with longing to the Beyond, to the heavens. But there is this
    • has particular admiration, whose writings he perhaps longs to read.
    • in decades of the near future; they gaze into our souls with longing,
    • achievements of culture, will have the intense longing that
    • insight into existing conditions cannot but long most profoundly that
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • Indeed, the events which take place during the long span of life
    • Now I am longing to be back again, I feel how I miss everything and my
    • longing soul seeks to find a path leading to the companion of my life. But
    • it is just as if she were no longer there. And if at times I have an
    • speak. Thus the soul that has filled me with bliss for such a long
    • spiritual inwardness has been used up and to-day it exists no longer,
    • perceived a soul filled with longing to see what it has left behind
    • things which may perhaps seem “invented”, yet they belong to
    • longing and the impulse to know something about Anthroposophy. When we
    • longing for Anthroposophy will arise after death, and we shall suffer
    • torments because this longing cannot be satisfied. A person who is
    • inheritance does not exist any longer, for a time has come in which it
    • truths, because the old form of knowledge no longer exists. The
    • no longer assert themselves, the human being falls a prey to physical
    • soul. Long, long before it is born, it already exercises an influence
    • appropriate way the men and women who are able to supply, after a long



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