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  • Title: Perception of the Nature of Thought
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    • for itself and embodies itself. The laws of the Moon evolution, the
    • ego, — astral body, ego, and with the ego itself.
    • thinking, where one draws the thoughts out of oneself, where one must
    • what has flowed out of Christ himself, one might say, that gives man
    • you yourself who thinks, the thoughts rise up out of you.”
    • thoughts arose out of himself. It began to occur to him that perhaps
    • ‘One creates thoughts oneself ... well, then, what have
    • entirely, rules purely in itself, that is the philosophy of Hegel —
    • of man himself: from the etheric body to the sentient body, to the
    • comes from Spirit itself, philosophically at first, otherwise
    • himself.
    • born. But in modern times it comes to actual self-consciousness in
    • not brought into it, but results of itself out of the very subject
    • the stage of its self-consciousness and since the 16th
    • Earth existence itself. For just as the sun rises on the physical
    • how a soul can express itself which in its inmost being knows itself
    • As Spirit of negation, self-possession,
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • self-knowledge. Self-knowledge, however, must not be thought
    • today. Who does not think himself able to know about himself?
    • example, how difficult self-knowledge is even in the most
    • for what can truly be called self-knowledge!
    • two mirrors were so inclined that he could see himself. He
    • most elementary self-knowledge. But Mach makes another remark
    • pedant, I said to myself, and presently discovered that I had
    • only seen myself, for a looking-glass was hanging opposite
    • was himself. A pretty example of the often very deficient
    • self-knowledge of men, even as regards their outer form. As
    • self-knowledge is none other than the first elementary
    • with, on the Earth, is for himself the only example —
    • his own being. He must go through himself. This was always
    • Brunetto Latini himself relates, he had been sent as
    • came to himself, he had a strange and unwanted impression. He
    • did not come to himself again in that consciousness which
    • living and creative essence of Nature herself — came
    • would he enter more and more deeply into himself. Here it is
    • himself. He dives down into his own being, and the sequence
    • forces of the soul. Diving down into himself, man does indeed
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  • Title: Meditation and Concentration
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    • essential that anyone occupying himself with spiritual
    • these organs distinguishes itself inwardly and significantly
    • especially with What transpires in man himself. That which
    • takes place in man himself must naturally also be an object
    • head-clairvoyance speaks preferably of man himself,
    • notes what man himself is in the entirety of this cosmic
    • clairvoyant in question to occupy himself much with the
    • character. This results as a self-understood tendency from
    • place himself with this spiritual-psychic head-part in the
    • he himself is clairvoyantly, as being; so that only by a
    • matter for slow, selfless development. It must be especially
    • selflessly — into spiritual science.
    • experience yourself in this spiritual-psychic realm, you can
    • projects itself out into the world, and it appears to you
    • it would be bad, if one gave oneself up to any deceptions, if
    • can become, and how one should hold oneself far removed from
    • fulfillment of the tasks he has set himself to do.”
    • this to oneself as regards this development of the 19th
    • itself. That point of view which is so eminent a
    • Feuerbach discovered for himself is a most characteristic
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  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • is working and active in itself. This is what we
    • All self-knowledge is
    • last lecture, of the university professor who himself tells
    • received when he realised that he was seeing himself
    • self-knowledge. Our Ego and astral body which set out on
    • a desire for self-justification, for we should find
    • himself: ‘What I have in me, producing the desire for
    • perhaps, will not allow himself to be controlled. Then,
    • selfless, done purely out of a sense of duty. You are not
    • himself, but he also is aware of it, he feels it. He feels
    • this self-movement of the physical and etheric bodies
    • self-enjoyment. when the astral body and the Ego contact
    • physical body, and the human being becomes aware of himself
    • in this way. He becomes aware of himself, has
    • self-enjoyment in this process. Those who sit down at a
    • or two, simply hurry there to find self-enjoyment. It is
    • self-enjoyment that is being sought in such cases.
    • seen how the human being has the urge to self-enjoyment
    • itself out in very curious ways. We find that certain young
    • yourself had in your etheric body is now living out there
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  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture II
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    • itself, and the Ego, together with the astral body of the
    • remain in the elementary world. (The etheric body itself is
    • de Gaussin and the man who shot himself, there existed a
    • friend, and when her consciousness first came to itself at
    • Imagination, how this karma lives itself out. This can be
    • described with poignant concreteness and self-surrendering
    • delusion — he regards himself as the master of the
    • tried to look within herself and outside herself, seeking
    • himself. He smiled and was close beside her. She did not
    • she knew him too well; it was he himself, no phantom who
    • he is in himself, the essential core of his being, is there
    • entirely out of the situation itself. Moreover words which
    • entirely out of the soul itself. The main words necessarily
    • took a form as if the soul itself were speaking:
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture III
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    • Science. One must picture to oneself that when the human
    • mode of expressing oneself about the spiritual world, its
    • beings and its phenomena is much more a self-surrender to
    • this spiritual world and a letting oneself be bestowed upon
    • something is expressing itself, something that uses us to a
    • certain extent, as its organ, in order to express itself,
    • in order to objectify itself in spiritual speech. So it is
    • quite a different proceeding, it is a self-surrender with
    • such a self-surrender that the being finds the possibility
    • not like the adapting of oneself to something external, but
    • being can then itself make use of our words.
    • different method of placing oneself in objectiveness, from
    • oneself and betaking oneself into other individuals. If one
    • of oneself as little as possible, in setting oneself as
    • good deal about oneself, for brooding a good deal over
    • oneself, conquer this tendency; since this much speaking of
    • oneself, much brooding over oneself, is actually the very
    • worst path to self-knowledge. If one has the tendency to
    • speak much of oneself, to judge everything so that first of
    • all one is mindful of how one is oneself placed in the
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