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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • those impulses into his soul which one gets if on the one hand,
    • by man with reference to what he experiences in his inner soul.
    • present in what he experiences in his inner soul; quite
    • reference to what man experiences in his inner soul as truth,
    • we carry in our souls. Now, if one gives oneself to such a
    • trivial view) therewith you have before your souls a deep
    • wisdom with what man experiences as true certainty in his soul,
    • inner soul is unreal at present; and that is just the
    • which we experience in our inner soul and which will only
    • the soul-life of man through these three stages, one finds in
    • place before our souls as characteristic, — Auguste Conte
    • came to, when he took those three stages into his soul; —
    • thought, so a spirit had to think who had absorbed in his soul
    • just wanted to place these historical views before your soul,
    • in your souls. We shall then have to speak of that which is
  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • the soul of man when he develops Imaginative Consciousness, that in
    • man's soul, or perhaps of half-dreamy feelings and willings. This
    • friends we have in the constitution of our soul something which we
    • soul has altered in the various epochs of time, alterations brought
    • human soul and spirit-being by the Beings of the third Hierarchy,
    • They permeate themselves with our spirit and soul. Normally this
    • pre-Christian era to suppose that his soul was produced by his
    • Hierarchy, and because he knew: — “My soul is not
    • identical with my body,” he also knew that his soul was not
    • his consciousness but in his life. He believed that his soul was
    • the third Hierarchy, just as modern man believes his soul to be
    • delusion in consciousness, he believes that his soul is united with
    • Beings were there and that his soul was bound up with them, could
    • that his soul is bound up with his body; the man of old believed
    • natural phenomena. Man to-day places his soul in his flesh and
    • soul-mood which resulted from the Mystery of Golgotha. Before the
    • of truth which lives in all souls to-day really did not exist then.
    • details, know how the Concept of Truth can lead the soul of man
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • Scepticism. He had taken all those impulses into his soul which
    • by man with reference to what he experiences in his inner soul.
    • what he experiences in his inner soul; quite regardless as to
    • we carry in our souls. Now, if one gives oneself to such a
    • trivial views) therewith you have before your souls a deep
    • wisdom with what man experiences as true certainty in his soul,
    • inner soul is unreal at present; and that is just the
    • experience in our inner soul and which will only become
    • the soul-life of men through these three stages, one finds in
    • place before our souls as characteristic. — Auguste Comte
    • came to, when he took those three stages into his soul; —
    • thought, so a spirit had to think who had absorbed in his soul
    • just wanted to place these historical views before your soul,
    • should like it to have a place in your souls. We shall then
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • appear in such a way to the soul of man when he develops
    • fill man's soul, or perhaps of half-dreamy feelings and
    • the constitution of our soul something which we would not have
    • way. One thus sees how the mood of soul has altered in the
    • this permeation of the human soul and spirit-being by the
    • themselves with our spirit and soul. Normally this should not
    • of the pre-Christian era to suppose that his soul was produced
    • “My soul is not identical with my body,” he also
    • knew that his soul was not bound up with the bone and muscles
    • but in his life. He believed that his soul was bound up with
    • Hierarchy, just as modern man believes his soul to be bound up
    • delusion in consciousness, he believes that his soul is united
    • consciousness that these Beings were there and that his soul
    • of his consciousness, believes that his soul is bound up
    • to-day places his soul in his flesh and blood, the man of old
    • soul-mood which resulted from the Mystery of Golgotha. Before
    • concept of truth which lives in all souls to-day really did not
    • how the concept of Truth can lead the soul of man along many
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • of how the human soul has altered in the course of mankind's development,
    • soul can be understood if one will not look back to the different changes
    • show how the constitution of man's soul continually altered. In speaking
    • was the nature of the human soul in the ages of antiquity? We look back
    • soul have actually become more and more different. The concepts and
    • into words, these lived too in earlier conditions of our soul but in
    • concepts, two concepts living in man's soul. People denote them at every
    • moment from their word-store, but they lived in the human soul in earlier
    • different for the human soul from the prosaic abstraction that it is
    • for man today. Even in the early Greek ages when the soul experienced
    • the ancient space-experience. Thus has the constitution of man's soul
    • Luciferic the Ahrimanic. Man of old had something alive in his soul
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • second half of life what he has thought, what his soul on the whole
    • through the fact that man is not merely soul and body. As a being of soul
    • But man is also a being of spirit and soul. And through his soul-spirit
    • of soul and spirit are enacted in us great cosmic events are happening
    • Just as man in the age of materialism will have no notion of his soul-body
    • spirit-soul element that acts in the realm of duration, but appears
    • your soul into a spiritual region where Ahriman is engaged in a mighty
    • upon us it would practically mean that our soul would not be born till
    • independent will, but as beings of soul and spirit we should have at most
    • the Luciferic. The Ahrimanic regulates us always — even in soul
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • 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
    • into the lower nature. The paradoxical truth appears before our soul
    • before the soul in the following way, If you give real study to my
    • other way, every corpse deserted by its spirit and soul and in which
    • at some period of time or other through human souls or human organisations
    • of existence in them shall become more and more alive in human souls,
    • from the standpoint of deeper investigation it is not so. The souls
    • What crazy nonsense the fellow talked! — these souls were not
    • their souls in the present incarnation to feel the approach of the force
    • remains in their souls for their next incarnation, and then the seeds
    • which could flow into the human soul out of the spiritual worlds.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • and willing of the soul. Everything else — astral body, etheric
    • to our bodily nature but to the realm of soul and spirit and are
    • otherwise work timelessly in man's soul during life is brought into
    • bodily-soul nature, not upon our soul-spiritual nature.
    • permeated in our souls by Luciferic Beings, our spiritual activity
    • is working in his soul. We know why the time is past when man could draw
    • soul-nature, and this soul-nature is generated by consciousness.
    • attributes of soul — and these are precisely the inherited
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • through them man's life of soul was driven in the direction of the
    • in their souls, each thinking only of his own affairs, each holding
    • exactitude before our souls. The contemporaries of Christ had
    • and the dogma was laid down that man possesses in his soul something
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • declared infamous when they testify to what is in their souls. The aim of
    • when out of their souls they testify to the truth, they are looked
    • soul: “God be with you,” “It is God's will,”
    • and so on. But that is the belief of the Christians: the soul
    • want to bring before our souls something which in some measure is
    • Ahrimanic spirits. And the effect on the soul of looking for heredity
    • “As souls approaching death we want to take flight to Lucifer,
    • tremendously high being, a tremendously lofty soul ... and everything
    • the human ego, the present soul — the youngest of man's
    • knowledge could be reached by the souls who inspired such a spirit as
    • could do in accordance with the constitution of his soul! ... But you
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • the development of the Consciousness Soul,
    • [Sometimes translated “Spiritual Soul.”]
    • course pre-eminently in the sphere of the Intellectual or Mind Soul.
    • fifteenth century the age of the Consciousness Soul began —
    • to ask ourselves: What must be our attitude of soul, what must we do
    • to this attitude of soul, in order to do full justice to the fact
    • Consciousness Soul?
    • is that through this epoch of the Consciousness Soul mankind receives
    • human soul in full consciousness; fully conscious comprehension can
    • 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
    • Consciousness Soul asks of us something different from what our
    • divined by Richard Wahle that the age of the Consciousness Soul had
    • this age of the Consciousness Soul to realise that this is so —
    • of the Consciousness Soul it is extraordinarily important for man
    • of the Consciousness Soul; hence they had no need to be aware that
    • Soul it is our task to know that we also are forming conceptions of
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • we come to see just how the soul can take its place in any epoch into
    • the Consciousness Soul. All the affairs of this epoch point finally
    • Soul. Painful events, joyful events, events that put men to the test
    • the Consciousness Soul not in a natural way, as was to happen from
    • them by the remarkable souls of the Arabians of that time, in whom
    • exertions of the Consciousness Soul. It would have made of man a mere
    • souls that they imagine they have a scientific thinking free from
    • 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
    • “When a man dies, it is only the substance of his soul that
    • individuality; all that is soul in separate men is merely a
    • reflection of the one universal soul.” Why did he say this? He
    • Consciousness Soul, but that the wisdom of the Consciousness
    • Soul was to come to them as a revelation from above. Then it would
    • Consciousness Soul would have really merged into monism, with the
    • over again, first: How can this evolution of the Consciousness Soul
    • can show them the way to the Consciousness Soul?
    • again before our souls — arise because in our scientific age,
    • felt immediately in the deep places of the soul; but the man
    • soul does not give us the real soul, only an image of the soul.
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • we saw how the mood of soul, towards which in this age of the
    • Consciousness Soul we have to aim, was in a certain sense prepared
    • the epoch of the Consciousness Soul. When we consider outward
    • yesterday to follow up how a certain mood of spirit, or mood of soul,
    • souls during the fourth century, at the time of the turning-point,
    • which can only later be acquired by the Consciousness Soul through
    • the Intellectual or Mind Soul, when men could not by their own
    • would cast a veil over all that the Intellectual or Mind Soul had
    • themselves prior to the age of the Intellectual or Mind Soul
    • that is, in the age particularly of the Sentient Soul, in Egypto-Chaldean
    • and to allow only the Sentient Soul to come to fruition. This was to
    • out of the Sentient Soul, so that men should not be left without
    • the soul in a half hypnotic condition to a living experience of the
    • possibility of acquiring the Intellectual Soul, as well as the later
    • 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
    • Intellectual or Mind Soul, and to place before mankind powerful
    • rituals, intended to lead the soul to a consciousness of God. This
    • Intellectual or Mind Soul has always two aspects. One of its aspects
    • 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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    • and willing of the soul. Everything else — astral body, etheric
    • to our bodily nature but to the realm of soul and spirit and are
    • otherwise work timelessly in man's soul during life is brought into
    • bodily-soul nature, not upon our soul-spiritual nature.
    • permeated in our souls by Luciferic Beings, our spiritual activity
    • is working in his soul. We know why the time is past when man could draw
    • soul-nature, and this soul-nature is generated by consciousness.
    • attributes of soul — and these are precisely the inherited
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • through them man's life of soul was driven in the direction of the
    • in their souls, each thinking only of his own affairs, each holding
    • exactitude before our souls. The contemporaries of Christ had
    • and the dogma was laid down that man possesses in his soul something
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • declared infamous when they testify to what is in their souls. The aim of
    • when out of their souls they testify to the truth, they are looked
    • soul: “God be with you,” “It is God's will,”
    • and so on. But that is the belief of the Christians: the soul
    • want to bring before our souls something which in some measure is
    • Ahrimanic spirits. And the effect on the soul of looking for heredity
    • “As souls approaching death we want to take flight to Lucifer,
    • tremendously high being, a tremendously lofty soul ... and everything
    • the human ego, the present soul — the youngest of man's
    • knowledge could be reached by the souls who inspired such a spirit as
    • could do in accordance with the constitution of his soul! ... But you
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • the development of the Consciousness Soul,
    • [Sometimes translated “Spiritual Soul.”]
    • course pre-eminently in the sphere of the Intellectual or Mind Soul.
    • fifteenth century the age of the Consciousness Soul began —
    • to ask ourselves: What must be our attitude of soul, what must we do
    • to this attitude of soul, in order to do full justice to the fact
    • Consciousness Soul?
    • is that through this epoch of the Consciousness Soul mankind receives
    • human soul in full consciousness; fully conscious comprehension can
    • 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
    • Consciousness Soul asks of us something different from what our
    • divined by Richard Wahle that the age of the Consciousness Soul had
    • this age of the Consciousness Soul to realise that this is so —
    • of the Consciousness Soul it is extraordinarily important for man
    • of the Consciousness Soul; hence they had no need to be aware that
    • Soul it is our task to know that we also are forming conceptions of
    • 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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    • we come to see just how the soul can take its place in any epoch into
    • the Consciousness Soul. All the affairs of this epoch point finally
    • Soul. Painful events, joyful events, events that put men to the test
    • the Consciousness Soul not in a natural way, as was to happen from
    • them by the remarkable souls of the Arabians of that time, in whom
    • exertions of the Consciousness Soul. It would have made of man a mere
    • souls that they imagine they have a scientific thinking free from
    • 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
    • “When a man dies, it is only the substance of his soul that
    • individuality; all that is soul in separate men is merely a
    • reflection of the one universal soul.” Why did he say this? He
    • Consciousness Soul, but that the wisdom of the Consciousness
    • Soul was to come to them as a revelation from above. Then it would
    • Consciousness Soul would have really merged into monism, with the
    • over again, first: How can this evolution of the Consciousness Soul
    • can show them the way to the Consciousness Soul?
    • again before our souls — arise because in our scientific age,
    • felt immediately in the deep places of the soul; but the man
    • soul does not give us the real soul, only an image of the soul.
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • we saw how the mood of soul, towards which in this age of the
    • Consciousness Soul we have to aim, was in a certain sense prepared
    • the epoch of the Consciousness Soul. When we consider outward
    • yesterday to follow up how a certain mood of spirit, or mood of soul,
    • souls during the fourth century, at the time of the turning-point,
    • which can only later be acquired by the Consciousness Soul through
    • the Intellectual or Mind Soul, when men could not by their own
    • would cast a veil over all that the Intellectual or Mind Soul had
    • themselves prior to the age of the Intellectual or Mind Soul
    • that is, in the age particularly of the Sentient Soul, in Egypto-Chaldean
    • and to allow only the Sentient Soul to come to fruition. This was to
    • out of the Sentient Soul, so that men should not be left without
    • the soul in a half hypnotic condition to a living experience of the
    • possibility of acquiring the Intellectual Soul, as well as the later
    • 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
    • Intellectual or Mind Soul, and to place before mankind powerful
    • rituals, intended to lead the soul to a consciousness of God. This
    • Intellectual or Mind Soul has always two aspects. One of its aspects
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.



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