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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • recognised consciously and thoroughly, that even what is said
    • comes when one is truly conscious of what one experiences
    • time a person to-day passes into the unconsciousness of
    • experiences sinks into the realm of the unconscious, every time
    • unconsciously, Those human beings of the 4th Post
    • a dim, but conscious life of sleep. In that age one still knew
    • is, that all conscious life is connected with Sun-life, and
    • that conscious life through which man has especially to pass in
    • the course of his earthly evolution, that consciousness which
    • the same time the creator of conscious life. The conscious life
    • life. Consciousness has become more important than life,
    • because only through consciousness can the goal of earthly
    • evolution be reached — which is, that this consciousness
    • earth. You must receive this consciousness from the giver, the
    • “Try to recognise that in your waking-life consciousness
    • Consciousness, Only through learning to unite this cosmological
    • one intimately studies Auguste Comte, because he was conscious
  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • astral body and the ego, do not really come to the consciousness of
    • consciousness a copy, a mirror-picture of his ego and astral body.
    • If man were conscious in the sleeping condition, that is from going
    • to sleep until waking up, or, let us say, if he became conscious
    • could thus become conscious through his sleeping condition, he
    • the soul of man when he develops Imaginative Consciousness, that in
    • this consciously during the waking condition; and that constitutes
    • and Astral body; and that he cannot become conscious that all the
    • Consciousness. There remains a kind of reflection of this
    • Imaginative Consciousness when we so experience our thinking that,
    • consciousness by day; and it comes to man by day when he is awake,
    • consciousness on the basis of Spiritual Science. This consciousness
    • Being, of feeling conscious: “I am now living as a
    • the consciousness of most human beings, that their personality can
    • crawls, to feel then as something which he carries consciously
    • with that which in the normal consciousness should be like a hammer
    • is only because the consciousness of our ego is absorbed unjustly
    • the physical body absorbs that consciousness, so that it appears as
    • give themselves over to a deception of consciousness which
    • With his present consciousness he cannot transcend that deception,
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  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • recognised consciously and thoroughly, that even what is said
    • comes when one is truly conscious of what one experiences
    • time a person to-day passes into the unconsciousness of sleep,
    • sinks into the realm of the unconscious, every time he goes to
    • their sleep transpired completely unconsciously. Those human
    • down, as it were, into a dim, but conscious life of sleep. In
    • that all conscious life is connected with Sun-life, and that
    • conscious life through which man has especially to pass in the
    • course of his earthly evolution, that consciousness which
    • the same time the creator of conscious life. The conscious life
    • life. Consciousness has become more important than life,
    • because only through consciousness can the goal of earthly
    • evolution be reached — which is, that this consciousness
    • earth. You must receive this consciousness from the giver, the
    • “Try to recognise that in your waking-life consciousness
    • Consciousness. Only through learning to unite this cosmological
    • conscious that he was only completely comprehensible to the
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • come to the consciousness of man by day: in his waking
    • condition there only comes to his consciousness a copy, a
    • conscious in the sleeping condition, that is from going to
    • sleep until waking up, or, let us say, if he became conscious
    • — if man could thus become conscious through his sleeping
    • Imaginative Consciousness, that in the inner experiences during
    • consciously during the making condition; and that constitutes
    • become conscious that all the time there in working into his
    • can only do when we attain the Imaginative Consciousness. There
    • remains a kind of reflection of this Imaginative Consciousness
    • clearest of all to man's consciousness by day; and it comes to
    • Time. It is of this that we seek to create a consciousness on
    • the basis of Spiritual Science. This consciousness can alone
    • Being, of feeling conscious: “I am now living as a
    • enter the consciousness of most human beings, that their
    • feel them as something which he carries consciously about with
    • identify ourselves with that which in the normal consciousness
    • the consciousness of our ego is absorbed unjustly, illegally,
    • physical body absorbs that consciousness, so that it appears as
    • themselves over to a deception of consciousness which consists,
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  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • the world of consciousness and the objective world, — of the conscious
    • and the unconscious world. How subject is related to object —
    • remains of the consciousness of above and below. In addition to the
    • or from the conscious to the unconscious. Right and left: in experiencing
    • The conscious and the unconscious: above and below; wisdom and form:
    • really arises in the unconscious observation lying not so very far below
    • the consciousness. Men still feel the depth, but that is the last shadowy
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • life looks back in his subconsciousness to the earlier years of his
    • takes place subconsciously. And you would carry nothing from the external
    • to self-consciousness. If these forces and powers should alone work
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • done. Misled by these ideas it would also in conscious will develop
    • part of human nature that is the bearer of the conscious life. To begin
    • with, the bearer of the conscious life has not that thoroughgoing influence
    • to it; the results enter the unconscious. You can picture this schematically:
    • in man's conscious head-nature lives materialism; in his subconscious
    • us say, lower nature of man is the bearer of the unconscious soul-life
    • and in a remarkable way this unconscious soul-life becomes under the
    • back from the general consciousness of mankind by certain initiation
    • instinctively at first, then consciously. Let me draw your attention
    • of spiritual truths from the spiritual worlds; this Centre consciously
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • body which has a conscious character, but not yet that of our
    • present-day consciousness. What many people to-day call the
    • subconscious appertains to the astral body. Then comes what is
    • called our ordinary consciousness, which alternates between the
    • aspects of consciousness belong to the part of man's being we call
    • find his bearings. The ego is mirrored for him in his consciousness.
    • consciousness and also outside the ego. For all that is stated about
    • enters our consciousness in the same way as other external objects
    • are perceived. What we consciously perceive is an external picture of
    • consciousness. Now you know that with regard to the spiritual order
    • spiritual Powers do not work into his present consciousness.
    • spirit. These forces intervene in the unconscious parts of man's
    • subconscious (lilac in diagram).
    • more to the sphere of the conscious in man, but in such a way that he
    • does not strive after this consciousness through nature but by going
    • everything he strives for through consciousness there lies
    • something we can describe only as super-consciousness. But for this
    • element of super-consciousness, our consciousness would appear quite
    • different. It is super-consciousness that enables man to introduce
    • this super-consciousness had not flowed in. With this
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • strongly, he calls up Ahriman in the subconscious. Thus, if in our
    • particularly in the subconscious regions of man.
    • subconscious.
    • in the subconscious. We can fully
    • old arrived at their consciousness of personality, because one thing
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • developed as Christian consciousness and Christian wisdom. So
    • if only unconsciously — is confessing itself to be Christian.
    • to the unconscious working of these inherited forces. Things
    • in a supersensible way but now consciously, or to succumb to
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • the development of the Consciousness Soul,
    • fifteenth century the age of the Consciousness Soul began —
    • Consciousness Soul?
    • is that through this epoch of the Consciousness Soul mankind receives
    • the impulse to strive consciously for certain conceptions that were
    • not striven for consciously in earlier epochs. We know that among the
    • human soul in full consciousness; fully conscious comprehension can
    • numerous endeavours to retain the unconscious realisation of the
    • development of consciousness that mankind is going through. Quite
    • possible only the traditional and unconscious relation to the
    • validity for its endeavour to press on to a more conscious
    • as much as possible in the unconscious regions of man's soul.
    • development of the Consciousness Soul, we must above all try to
    • those facts which in the epoch of the Consciousness Soul are of
    • in the epoch of the Consciousness Soul, the scientific age is spoken of
    • of the Consciousness Soul is proud even to arrogance of its scientific
    • culture-epochs they spoke of ghosts, but they were conscious that the
    • said that the men of old developed their consciousness in such a way that
    • consciousness, and they instinctively limited themselves to having in their
    • Consciousness Soul asks of us something different from what our
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • the Consciousness Soul. All the affairs of this epoch point finally
    • to the goal that may be termed the perfecting of the Consciousness
    • consciously in the world and thereby to strive for what has hitherto
    • the Consciousness Soul not in a natural way, as was to happen from
    • exertions of the Consciousness Soul. It would have made of man a mere
    • by the Mystery of Golgotha, to find the Consciousness Soul out of his
    • Consciousness Soul. He was to acquire as a revelation of genius all
    • Consciousness Soul, but that the wisdom of the Consciousness
    • Consciousness Soul would have really merged into monism, with the
    • individual consciousness becoming merely semblance. Everything that
    • over again, first: How can this evolution of the Consciousness Soul
    • can show them the way to the Consciousness Soul?
    • man has to overcome. Why, then, does man unconsciously want this
    • concerned knows nothing of this fear because it is unconscious
    • consciousness.
    • acquire this wisdom through the Consciousness Soul, but at that time,
    • Consciousness Soul. The scientist will claim that he has this or that
    • Lucifer consciously. Anyone who knows how to reflect upon the meaning
    • how important these thoughts are. In this age of the Consciousness Soul,
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • Consciousness Soul we have to aim, was in a certain sense prepared
    • the epoch of the Consciousness Soul. When we consider outward
    • which can only later be acquired by the Consciousness Soul through
    • efforts think in such a way as to be conscious of everything. So the
    • Emperor Augustus was the centre-point of quite conscious Roman
    • Consciousness Soul, would be ruled out. Had the Academy of Jundí
    • Sábúr straightway given man the Consciousness Soul in
    • supporters in Rome would not have wanted the Consciousness Soul
    • rituals, intended to lead the soul to a consciousness of God. This
    • Soul, the Intellectual or Mind Soul and the Consciousness Soul. The
    • Consciousness Soul. Now the Intellectual or Mind Soul inclines
    • inclines towards the future, towards the Consciousness Soul?
    • soul that wishes to strive towards the Consciousness Soul? A striving
    • the Consciousness Soul? In this connection a certain word is
    • the development of the Consciousness Soul as rhetoric does to a
    • for the most part unconsciously in our souls, to the time when the
    • the Consciousness Soul, the way towards a true natural science, and
    • of the Consciousness Soul, man must very soon develop the possibility
    • work for in developing the Consciousness Soul. Translated into
    • from the subconscious urge in souls to experience the sacramental.
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • body which has a conscious character, but not yet that of our
    • present-day consciousness. What many people to-day call the
    • subconscious appertains to the astral body. Then comes what is
    • called our ordinary consciousness, which alternates between the
    • aspects of consciousness belong to the part of man's being we call
    • find his bearings. The ego is mirrored for him in his consciousness.
    • consciousness and also outside the ego. For all that is stated about
    • enters our consciousness in the same way as other external objects
    • are perceived. What we consciously perceive is an external picture of
    • consciousness. Now you know that with regard to the spiritual order
    • spiritual Powers do not work into his present consciousness.
    • spirit. These forces intervene in the unconscious parts of man's
    • subconscious (lilac in diagram).
    • more to the sphere of the conscious in man, but in such a way that he
    • does not strive after this consciousness through nature but by going
    • everything he strives for through consciousness there lies
    • something we can describe only as super-consciousness. But for this
    • element of super-consciousness, our consciousness would appear quite
    • different. It is super-consciousness that enables man to introduce
    • this super-consciousness had not flowed in. With this
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • strongly, he calls up Ahriman in the subconscious. Thus, if in our
    • particularly in the subconscious regions of man.
    • subconscious.
    • in the subconscious. We can fully
    • old arrived at their consciousness of personality, because one thing
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • developed as Christian consciousness and Christian wisdom. So
    • if only unconsciously — is confessing itself to be Christian.
    • to the unconscious working of these inherited forces. Things
    • in a super-sensible way but now consciously, or to succumb to
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • the development of the Consciousness Soul,
    • fifteenth century the age of the Consciousness Soul began —
    • Consciousness Soul?
    • is that through this epoch of the Consciousness Soul mankind receives
    • the impulse to strive consciously for certain conceptions that were
    • not striven for consciously in earlier epochs. We know that among the
    • human soul in full consciousness; fully conscious comprehension can
    • numerous endeavours to retain the unconscious realisation of the
    • development of consciousness that mankind is going through. Quite
    • possible only the traditional and unconscious relation to the
    • validity for its endeavour to press on to a more conscious
    • as much as possible in the unconscious regions of man's soul.
    • development of the Consciousness Soul, we must above all try to
    • those facts which in the epoch of the Consciousness Soul are of
    • in the epoch of the Consciousness Soul, the scientific age is spoken of
    • of the Consciousness Soul is proud even to arrogance of its scientific
    • culture-epochs they spoke of ghosts, but they were conscious that the
    • said that the men of old developed their consciousness in such a way that
    • consciousness, and they instinctively limited themselves to having in their
    • Consciousness Soul asks of us something different from what our
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • the Consciousness Soul. All the affairs of this epoch point finally
    • to the goal that may be termed the perfecting of the Consciousness
    • consciously in the world and thereby to strive for what has hitherto
    • the Consciousness Soul not in a natural way, as was to happen from
    • exertions of the Consciousness Soul. It would have made of man a mere
    • by the Mystery of Golgotha, to find the Consciousness Soul out of his
    • Consciousness Soul. He was to acquire as a revelation of genius all
    • Consciousness Soul, but that the wisdom of the Consciousness
    • Consciousness Soul would have really merged into monism, with the
    • individual consciousness becoming merely semblance. Everything that
    • over again, first: How can this evolution of the Consciousness Soul
    • can show them the way to the Consciousness Soul?
    • man has to overcome. Why, then, does man unconsciously want this
    • concerned knows nothing of this fear because it is unconscious
    • consciousness.
    • acquire this wisdom through the Consciousness Soul, but at that time,
    • Consciousness Soul. The scientist will claim that he has this or that
    • Lucifer consciously. Anyone who knows how to reflect upon the meaning
    • how important these thoughts are. In this age of the Consciousness Soul,
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • Consciousness Soul we have to aim, was in a certain sense prepared
    • the epoch of the Consciousness Soul. When we consider outward
    • which can only later be acquired by the Consciousness Soul through
    • efforts think in such a way as to be conscious of everything. So the
    • Emperor Augustus was the centre-point of quite conscious Roman
    • Consciousness Soul, would be ruled out. Had the Academy of Jundí
    • Sábúr straightway given man the Consciousness Soul in
    • supporters in Rome would not have wanted the Consciousness Soul
    • rituals, intended to lead the soul to a consciousness of God. This
    • Soul, the Intellectual or Mind Soul and the Consciousness Soul. The
    • Consciousness Soul. Now the Intellectual or Mind Soul inclines
    • inclines towards the future, towards the Consciousness Soul?
    • soul that wishes to strive towards the Consciousness Soul? A striving
    • the Consciousness Soul? In this connection a certain word is
    • the development of the Consciousness Soul as rhetoric does to a
    • for the most part unconsciously in our souls, to the time when the
    • the Consciousness Soul, the way towards a true natural science, and
    • of the Consciousness Soul, man must very soon develop the possibility
    • work for in developing the Consciousness Soul. Translated into
    • from the subconscious urge in souls to experience the sacramental.
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.



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