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  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 1. Materialism and Spirituality.
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    • materialistic age does not care to follow the inner path the soul must
    • right one is very far from his; our way leads the soul by an inner
    • the centuries rolled by the impression made by the inner content of
    • than in centuries gone by. Till now the Gospels have spoken an inner
    • that through Spiritual Science we learn to hold inner converse with
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 2. The Metamorphoses of the Soul-Forces
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    • man, if he will endeavour to develop the inner courageous forces
    • the inner force of the soul sufficiently to become aware that in this
    • evolves an inner, silent and quiet attention., Man must now train
    • procedure. For one does not often meet a man at dinner who excuses
    • permeated by the life of the spirit, our inner attention increases. It
    • Inner Balance’ in the manner indicated at the end of the
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 3. The Human Soul and the Universe (part 1)
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    • the ordinary outer man an inner man, who to the ordinary idea is
    • about the actions and deeds we accomplish. The inner man is of such a
    • and etheric body, the more inner man the ego and astral body. Now we
    • Man must necessarily from time to time enter into inner communion with
    • inner union with the Spirit-Self — that is, with the Spiritual
    • refined enough, sufficiently acquainted with its inner life, to be
    • being a more inner process in man, is connected with the year's
    • impulse to acquire Spiritual knowledge. It may be said that an inner
    • refine our inner soul-life that we do not carelessly and inattentively
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 4. Morality, As A Germinating Force
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    • nature, we just believe what a certain inner demand of our hearts
    • to mysticism, that the inner experience resulting therefrom was felt
    • nature of these inner mystic unions today; but something took place in
    • their inner being which could afterwards only be expressed in words.
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 5. The Human soul and the Universe (part 2)
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    • into our feelings and inner sentiments, and live in them. Life itself
    • external world. Ideas formed in this way alone, leave the inner part
    • the age of materialism. This estrangement must be got rid of. An inner
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 6. Man and the Super-Terrestrial
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    • stimulate an inner independent life of his own. It cannot be said that
    • innermost being of his ego and astral body, and to have experiences
    • recede; it had to be dimmed, so that the inner being of man could
    • persons, to receive the inner secrets of the universe, which came down
    • of the Archangels — where man will some day dwell with his innermost
    • express an intense inner recognition of the Spiritual content of the
    • profound a thing, as regards the inner being of man, that it is really
    • which indeed is the human soul; and that this is in inner connection
    • generally felt by humanity as in inner connection with the Mystery of
    • The third difference is that between the inner and the outer. Above
    • and below, east and west, inner and outer. We live an inner life and
    • give a public lecture on this inner and outer life, entitled:
    • ‘The human soul and the human body.’ We live an inner and an
    • course of life, we may say that when we speak of an inner and outer
    • forces of growth are also intermingled the forces of decay. The inner
    • dear friends, I think I have shown you that the innermost being of man
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 7. Errors and Truths.
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    • his dinner table, or if he be a chemist, to the salts with which he
    • take the supernatural seriously enough. His innermost soul rebelled
    • ‘life in its innermost being in Christianity,’ (so says
    • there is a lack of soul, of the inner connection of the separate
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Universe
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    • the ordinary outer man an inner man, who to the ordinary idea is
    • about the actions and deeds we accomplish. The inner man is of such a
    • and etheric body, the more inner man the ego and astral body. Now we
    • Man must necessarily from time to time enter into inner communion with
    • inner union with the Spirit-Self — that is, with the Spiritual
    • refined enough, sufficiently acquainted with its inner life, to be
    • being a more inner process in man, is connected with the year's
    • impulse to acquire Spiritual knowledge. It may be said that an inner
    • refine our inner soul-life that we do not carelessly and inattentively
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture One
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    • Steiner endeavors here to bring about an understanding and inner
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Two
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    • Steiner endeavors here to bring about an understanding and inner
    • explained from the being of man itself. The inner being as
    • not the slightest inkling of the inner conflicts with which
    • threefold being of body, soul and spirit and that an inner
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Three
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    • Steiner endeavors here to bring about an understanding and inner
    • suggest the presence of an inner light, can never, if rightly
    • inner meaning of the Gospels.
    • explained the deep inner meaning of these words, contrasting
    • closely related to the “inner word”. Christ, of
    • His day; the inner word which He felt within His soul
    • pertains to the inner life, originates more or less with each
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Four
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    • Steiner endeavors here to bring about an understanding and inner
    • must be founded upon this inner power. Every moral act must
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Five
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    • Steiner endeavors here to bring about an understanding and inner
    • their inner meaning; fortunate are those who are content with
    • because it belongs to the inner life of the spirit, to the
    • hidden sphere of the psychic life, to the inner domain of
    • into the inner recesses of history.’ ”
    • courage which is necessary in order to penetrate to the inner
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Six
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    • Steiner endeavors here to bring about an understanding and inner
    • baptism thereby gained insight into the inner structure of
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Seven
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    • Steiner endeavors here to bring about an understanding and inner
    • the information derived from his inner life which is
    • Mystical marriage is simply an inner experience. As many
    • control of their inner life, if they practised
    • spirit can penetrate into the inner recesses of nature”
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Eight
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    • Steiner endeavors here to bring about an understanding and inner
    • slightest understanding of the inner meaning of those
    • feel and experience his inner life more intensely than
    • Mass. What is the inner significance of the Catholic Mass? In
    • experience an inner intimation, a kind of modern renewal of
    • find that their concepts and ideas were informed by an inner
    • posed by all today: how can I find, by means of inner
    • himself the inner experiences which those who pose this
    • will unquestionably attain the inner experience of the
    • this deep inner experience which we know (when we become
    • or bowdlerized — that inner solitude which must be felt
    • them.” Aristotle was aware of this. This inner
    • first felt as an inner mystical experience and the reason for
    • he who in this way draws support for his inner life from the
    • to suffer through the inner experiences I have already
    • when he came to self-knowledge through the “inner
    • through a strong inner urge for freedom he could find the
    • had the power of the Mysteries behind them. The inner power
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Nine
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    • Steiner endeavors here to bring about an understanding and inner
    • unless the inner life of the individual can be rooted in the
    • later years to arrive at an inner understanding of Goethe,
    • of the past with its antiquated ideas and to fill our inner
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Ten
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    • Steiner endeavors here to bring about an understanding and inner
    • succeeded in penetrating into the inner life which is veiled
    • inner experience. Just as we see scattered light when we
    • radiates from the eye and fills the room, so from his inner
    • he thought and felt in order to keep his inner life attuned
    • virtue of its inner forces is related to a spiritual sun in
    • inner image persists in the soul is pure illusion. The only
    • inner experience that Christ reveals Himself to mankind. It



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