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  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 1. Materialism and Spirituality.
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    • The times in which we live are such, that it becomes more and more a
    • that this should have taken such a remarkable form. Sir Oliver Lodge
    • Sir Oliver Lodge had a son, Raymond, who in 1915 took part on the
    • referred. There was some delay in its reaching Sir Oliver Lodge; it
    • medium; consequently, Sir Oliver went to one, but preserved a critical
    • significance of this — Sir Oliver is a scientist, and is trained to the
    • Oliver himself but the rest of the family, who had till then been
    • and particularly for Sir Oliver. The way the sittings were held
    • family and particularly on Sir Oliver, and also impressed a large
    • a medium of some photographs taken while Raymond was still alive.
    • photograph was sent over to Sir Oliver from France, corresponding
    • seances, — and the whole work of Sir Oliver Lodge is based on
    • learned scientist as Sir Oliver Lodge, who had for so long been
    • look more minutely into this case. Sir Oliver Lodge is a learned man,
    • Oliver Lodge, who was for so many years interested in the subject,
    • extending in time, and what Sir Oliver Lodge describes is precisely
    • I have brought up the subject of this book of Sir Oliver Lodge to show
    • may here be said to have taken a materialistic form. Sir Oliver Lodge
    • underlies the world of physical sense, in which we live. We learn to
    • we shall then live. The Christ will guide us, standing beside us as a
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 2. The Metamorphoses of the Soul-Forces
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    • them. We look up to them and say: our lives and the whole content of
    • should become just as alive in us as the feeling — let us say
    • these two feelings are equally alive in our souls-one, that: ‘The
    • ‘We owe what lives in the very centre of our being to the Higher
    • indicated. In the primal ages it was quite natural to live in constant
    • man perceived the Spiritual world in pictures, he lived in the company
    • dead but alive, — living in a different form of existence. A
    • hard-and-fast rule for the duration of a man's life; a man may live
    • regulates our life; — our life is lived on the, earth, the
    • will cease to be abstract words, for we shall be fully alive to the
    • live in unison with the great Life, Divine Cosmic Existence. That is
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 3. The Human Soul and the Universe (part 1)
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    • not, through modern civilisation, become free to adjust our lives
    • in our lives. In this respect education will have a very great deal to
    • intended to drive people to asceticism: we must live with the world,
    • meet with the guiding-power of my earth-life, who lives in the
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 4. Morality, As A Germinating Force
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    • It may be asked: What is the reason that people today live thus
    • only the garments of what really lives in the dream or during sleep.
    • future. So that while he is asleep, he already lives in the future.
    • the weather will be or what separate events may affect our lives. In
    • only, if they live through the thirties it comes in the course of life,
    • enough to connect themselves with that which lives and moves in
    • delivered by a highly honoured person of our day, who in his very
    • course one can only live on husks of words. Furthermore, the speeches
    • Why can it not do this? Because it must live in illusion. For just
    • certainly must and ought to live with his times and when anything is
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 5. The Human soul and the Universe (part 2)
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    • feelings, of the sentiments that live within us. They actually live a
    • which man lives in the world. In reality things are generally just the
    • into our feelings and inner sentiments, and live in them. Life itself
    • what lives in the emotions and passions is, in a sense, allowed to
    • deal that lives in our age, should be purified. For man, after all,
    • and live without being conscious of our connection with the spiritual
    • matter that lives here in the physical world. We are not merely human
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 6. Man and the Super-Terrestrial
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    • alternate states of sleeping and waking, in which man lives in the
    • lives in one part of it, and in respect to this the rule given holds
    • good: wherever he lives, he imitates the rhythm between day and night
    • part of the earth on which he lived, a man was then able in his ego
    • spirit which is the soul of the universe; he lived with it. In reality
    • that man should so live on the earth that his life should not merely
    • help admitting, that when we reflect how people live together on the
    • the earth, but something supra-earthly, which lives in the annual
    • Spirituality which lives in each individual being. Thus we shall find
    • with what lives in the course of the year as does the breath in a man;
    • and below, east and west, inner and outer. We live an inner life and
    • we live an outer life. The day after tomorrow (15 March, 1917) I shall
    • ‘The human soul and the human body.’ We live an inner and an
    • lives cannot be parallel; but they can inwardly reflect some Spiritual
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 7. Errors and Truths.
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    • is today very difficult to imagine what lived in the souls of that
    • age in which he lived. We could not make use of them today, but they
    • knowledge that lives in his soul. This is indicated in various
    • and Konsirt live and move. But the day will come when it will be
    • circle, but who all lived at the time when Ötinger's star shone in the
    • firmament. Ötinger lived almost through the whole of the eighteenth
    • may see how in Richard Rothe (who was then in Heidelberg) lived one
    • the German understands a system which only lives in ideas, whereas
    • help of the Commentaries, the more I am impressed with a lively sense
    • days in which he and de Saint-Martin also lived: he hoped to make
    • experience, if he lives in contact with the Spiritual world.
    • development of humanity! He made profound calculations! He lived in
    • period not to live out its full life. How comes it about that there is
    • lives and stirs in these conceptions will become a living language,
    • certain form of thought lives on this earth only up to a given point;
    • world and lives on there together with the dead, while with the living
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Universe
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    • not, through modern civilisation, become free to adjust our lives
    • in our lives. In this respect education will have a very great deal to
    • intended to drive people to asceticism: we must live with the world,
    • meet with the guiding-power of my earth-life, who lives in the
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture One
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    • representations that we form and with which we live, are not
    • survived. Not only has it established itself, but we live in
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Two
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    • live between birth and death in a state of innocence. In the
    • for man, once he has lived his alloted span, to find his way
    • repeated Earth-lives. A time in the evolution of the world
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Three
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    • Jesus went into the synagogue: “And there was delivered to
    • broken-hearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and
    • 4:18 The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, \
    • for a man who is now twenty years old to be alive in two
    • individual. Aristotle, however, lived in an age when he could
    • which the soul lives after death is in fact bound up with
    • course of its successive lives on Earth. On the one hand
    • lives on Earth and, when united with the spiritual element in
    • that lives in stone, plant, animal and the human body, all
    • that lives in the elements of warmth and air, may perish (as
    • — yet, according to Christian belief there lives in the
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Four
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    • environment in which they live, these three kingdoms are not
    • importance to be alive to this fact and gradually to turn it
    • adding “and the Word one day will live again”,
    • about the Christ. When Jesus had delivered His message to the
    • for He advised people to live like the fowls of the air,
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Five
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    • been instructed how to live in accordance with the teachings
    • of the ancient Mysteries, how to live in accordance with the
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Six
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    • Sibyls delivered their oracles. People consulted them and
    • of Rome would endure, that it would outlive the time of the
    • lives on, not only in jurisprudence, but in other domains
    • spirit still lives on and bites deeply into our
    • story has passed over into legend and, transmuted, lives on
    • vitally alive and survives in many things and under manifold
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Seven
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    • would not have been alive at that time. Concepts cannot
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Eight
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    • representation of all that had lived in the ancient
    • to relive for a quarter of an hour his experiences as a man
    • that after his death his spirit is still alive amongst us
    • meditate upon him, then his concepts and ideas become alive
    • past, learns that the past lives on in us, we experience in
    • been committed to the Earth and whose thoughts live on in
    • have become so vitally alive but for the incarnation of
    • way of thinking has been transformed and lives on in a
    • sacrificial worship, they relived inwardly the mysteries of
    • man has for centuries been destined to live a life that was
    • empty and purposeless, to live in a spiritual vacuum, so that
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Nine
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    • impulses, but to live in such a way that they were receptive
    • alive and alert to these questions. For our epoch is an epoch
    • on solid ground or on sound faith or belief. People live
    • which we live and especially the task that faces the
    • live in harmony, when with every week they are increasingly
    • determined to live in enmity and to slaughter each other. How
    • unless we look upon him as the result of repeated lives on
    • that time we have lived without truth, believing there is no
    • truth. We continued to live however as if truth must none the
    • less exist. In fact, in order to live we had to live by
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Ten
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    • because we live in the Michael Age since 1879, need not of
    • Alexandria who lived in the latter half of the second
    • you could not have shared with him when alive. You are then
    • still lives on. If you take these two factors into

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