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  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • A lecture delivered by Rudolf Steiner at Leipzig on the 22nd of
    • A lecture delivered by Rudolf Steiner at Leipzig on the 22nd of
    • delivered
    • live, reminds us daily and hourly of death, this significant event
    • that lives within the physical body. Even ordinary science merely
    • contemplation and ordinary science, in the form in which it now lives
    • inside, nor what people live in it.
    • mistaken manner — upside down, we might say. Since we live on
    • infinity, in order to prepare the place in which you live between
    • new birth, we really exist everywhere in the world; we live in it
    • memories that live in our physical body are of such a kind that
    • say that we now live, for whole days, within our experiences. What we
    • Everything that we now see before us, lives in the ether.
    • that we are now surrounded by something that is alive. Everything
    • within it lives and weaves. And then we experience that it resounds
    • this concretely, let us now say: During our earthly life, we lived
    • person we lived with. He lived and we lived, and through him we
    • universe, with the whole world. It lives in the world and stamps its
    • lives in our surroundings and has been taken over by the world.
    • our experiences; the Hierarchies live and weave in it.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • A lecture delivered in Zurich, on December 3rd, 1916.
    • A lecture delivered in Zurich, on December 3rd, 1916.
    • lives in the physical. It is, in fact, the first of the super-sensible
    • True, he has laid aside this elemental body and he now lives on
    • Now man develops more and more as he lives through the time between
    • course subject to the conditions under which man must live in the
    • connection. We know that throughout the world in which we live
    • infinitely more tolerant. Now he who lives in the soul life in the
    • He who lives above, between death and birth, judges in this way, it
    • realities that live in the foundations of the soul work in towards us
    • lived, it made it easier for the dead to find the way to them. In
    • All in all, what man lives through on Earth is multiply connected
    • process through all the signs of the zodiac. Man lives for about as
    • in one day as the number of days he lives, or as the number of years
    • whole way of thought in which we live, we bear within us the impulses
    • ground a little in the world, so that those who lived later would
    • external theories; they should live their way into our consciousness,
    • the most appalling arrogance, which would live as a dim feeling in
    • sphere. Then, having lived through the gate of death with the right
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Destiny
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    • with the repeated lives on earth, with the life between death and a
    • from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science”, delivered on the
    • we consider the repeated lives on earth. But these are more general
    • live ten, twenty, thirty, or forty years with another person, a far
    • through the fact that we have both lived in a physical body. Just as
    • karma-foundation of their preceding lives could not have been
    • contribute to the evolution of the earth during our succeeding lives
    • us in a corresponding way into the stream of the successive lives on
    • delivered in Vienna, Easter, 1914.]),
    • repeated lives on earth. In fact, my explanations in connection with
    • lives upon the earth?” — we shall find in every case that
    • in past epochs of the repeated lives on earth and of the intermediate
    • lives between death and a new birth the person who has suffered a
    • life lives in their memory. This is strictly and radically speaking
    • which continues to live when we pass through the portal of death.
    • because the dead person lives in our thoughts consciously and of his
    • reading to the dead. The dead friend lives in our thoughts; he looks
    • thoughtlessly people live, without noticing the gradual
    • beings who live upon the earth may receive the forces descending from
    • should penetrate into us and live in us, thoughts which should —
  • Title: Lecture: On the Connection of the Living and the Dead
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    • as human beings upon earth, live with the spiritual worlds, even as
    • what lives as imaginations in our etheric body is due to our
    • which can be so enhanced that we think we can no longer live without
    • I mean not the inner life that lives in clear, well-defined memories,
    • coldly and we would live with our contemporary world indifferently if
    • imaginations hither and thither. We live with these imaginations and
    • of it. We do not live for nothing. Even as we receive them into the
    • can inscribe in it what lives within himself, and thus enable us to
    • individuality through the fact that he lives in the writing. Or
    • our lives. However consistent we may think the course of life has
    • immediately change the direction of our lives, which it can of course
    • do, it nonetheless has the effect of enriching our lives in one way
    • physical, or even in an etheric, body. They live — as in their
    • therefore, be able to live together with the dead even more
    • necessity. Into the life-habits of those who live later, the
    • life-habits of those who lived earlier must enter, but only when
    • life that will have to be lived through between death and a new
    • mature — still more mature becomes that which lives in us when
    • which we always are, becomes alive for us through spiritual science.
  • Title: Lecture: Relationships Between the Living and the Dead
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    • of ancient men who lived upon earth in bygone ages, yet the time will
    • in the form of thoughts while we were alive — we survey, as it
    • which weaved and lived in us as our etheric body, during life, were
    • Thus we now live, as we see, within our Ego and our
    • which continues to live between death and a new birth, and which
    • certain sense alive — when he sees red, blue green, etc.
    • Gradually, we begin to realise that, after all, we live
    • that human beings have noticed that it is possible to live with
    • We can live with colours in such a way that blue, for
    • he would live far more purely in the world of colours. And if he did
    • live more purely in the other sense-impressions. In that case,
    • with the act of vision that you begin to live with the object. Yet,
    • kindly pleasure — all this lives in us already — the
    • Building and lives in this aura. And when some artistic work must be
    • only because what lives in the etheric must first come into contact
    • bodies, continue to live in their astral bodies and their Egos. You
    • connected with our individuality. It continues to live in our astral
    • are still alive. These thoughts actually arise in a way similar to
    • They live in him in such a way that they are centred in his head, and
    • know nothing of the eternal, which lives in us. The time will come,
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moment of Death and the Period Thereafter
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    • in which we live reminds us daily and hourly
    • aspect of everything that lives within the physical body. Even
    • which it now lives in the world, merely know of the physical body as
    • know what it is like inside, nor what people live in it.
    • Since we live on the physical plane, it is natural to speak in that
    • the place in which you live between death and a new birth. Between
    • in the world; we live in it with that part which, here on earth, lies
    • rises up in our physical body. You see, the memories that live in
    • live, for whole days, within these experiences. What we experienced
    • now see before us lives in the ether.
    • something that is alive. Everything within it lives and weaves.
    • during our earthly life we lived together with another human being,
    • In this manner we shared the experiences of the person we lived
    • with. He lived and we lived, and through him we experienced
    • It lives in the world and stamps its impressions upon the whole
    • the external world: it lives in our surroundings and has been taken
    • Hierarchies live and weave in it.
    • of the Hierarchies, live in our gaze and in what is sent towards us
    • work within our experiences. We think that we only live for our own
    • over to the whole universe. The Gods gave us the chance to live in
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  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • alive, and is something which in the course of time can and must
    • of forming fresh connections. But through repeated earth-lives we
    • in a feeling, instinctive way, of what they formerly lived through
    • certain after-effects of previous earth-lives, people are drawn
    • requires of us that we should not dream our lives away in the dark,
    • live their life in common dependent upon their natural tendencies.
    • species. Why do animals of the same species live, within certain
    • post-Atlantean epoch because at that time mankind lived more as
    • far as we live on earth in our physical bodies. This is a real train
    • bodies should live with the Christ-thought in such a way that it can
    • way’ the place where he lives) “is in a far greater sense



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