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- Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 2. The Metamorphoses of the Soul-Forces
- rhythmic regularity we allow such impressions to enter our souls as
- Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 5. The Human soul and the Universe (part 2)
- rhythmic succession, yet man is a free being, and can consequently
- interfere with this rhythm (this he does more by reason of
- circumstances are the bases of free life). Another rhythm which we
- rhythm of sleeping and waking is just the same kind of rhythm as that
- statements rest on the independent working of a rhythm, brought about
- by certain circumstances. The rhythm between sleeping and waking comes
- in which we have need of one part of the rhythm, that of sleep, and
- am living in a state of rhythm, in which I am alternately in the
- flower. If we consider the rhythm between sleeping and waking from this point
- rhythm between sleeping and waking, with the idea: I am allowed
- Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 6. Man and the Super-Terrestrial
- certain sense, imitates that rhythm in the world-order, which is
- good: wherever he lives, he imitates the rhythm between day and night
- in his own rhythm of sleeping and waking. The fact that this rhythm is
- rhythm of day and night, no longer the two rhythms working
- together. These rhythms work in a certain sense at one time for the
- great course of the world-order, with respect to this rhythm. In olden
- relating to the rhythm between day and night, and between sleeping and
- of a year, a man really goes through a rhythm which imitates that of
- seasons of the year through their rhythm in human life, should be
- continue to be held in harmony with the rhythm of the great universe,
- the rhythm in which man takes part in living and dying. Just as man
- with the rhythm of day and night, and the meeting with the Son with
- the rhythm of the year? That question might be asked. Well, now, my
- that with the Spirit-Principle, man is lifted above rhythm, rhythm
- something representing a course, a rhythm. Just as the rhythm of day
- Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 7. Errors and Truths.
- metabolic man, the rhythmic man, and the nerve-man, of which three the
- we must speak of the metabolic body, of the rhythmic body, of the
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