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- Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
- in this age of consciousness, and people feel that everything proceeds
- Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
- mankind has been in the epoch of the consciousness soul. And this
- development of the consciousness soul takes place in the way I have
- development of the consciousness soul.
- by him into consciousness, even when not recognised, goes on in man's
- subconscious. Men go through certain experiences while developing towards
- the future. They go through these experiences unconsciously When the
- do not draw them up, bring them into consciousness, as they are meant
- to do in this epoch of the development of the consciousness soul. But
- it is just in this epoch that much that would rise in man's subconscious
- spiritual world in full consciousness, to develop Imagination, Inspiration,
- epoch of the consciousness-soul. Up to a certain degree, however, by the
- consciousness-soul man must in some measure have passed the Guardian
- state of unconsciousness. But Spiritual Science is there to prevent this
- is doing no less than forcing them not consciously but unconsciously
- about 1413, for the 2160 years that the epoch of the consciousness soul
- men to pass by unconsciously or he can in freedom make the resolve to
- We are at present living in the age of the consciousness soul; and what
- pressing towards a time when consciousness will become a mere reflection,
- when only reflected images will be present in consciousness; for the
- age of the consciousness soul is also the age of intellectuality. (see
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- Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
- are concerned or consciously lives in them—what I mean is, he
- to these things that can be taken by man in this age of the consciousness
- is supposed to be heretical to speak of men coming into direct, conscious
- governing factor in official circles you must keep consciously in your
- God is so directly present in the soul that the human soul can be conscious
- be able consciously to keep the fact before them that it is possible
- by this silent vision into the soul when it is unconscious. In short
- of the consciousness soul) “And works upon, and inundates the
- consciousness soul, this was Catholic doctrine. What today holds sway
- before the age of the consciousness soul was fully established. Than
- when the age of the consciousness soul is established man turns his
- many times previously that today in a certain respect man either consciously
- or unconsciously passes by the Guardian of the Threshold. There he comes
- cosmic lrws in any case in the unconscious, is taking place in the soul
- of every man today. In the age of the consciousness soul it is an absolute
- necessity to call this up into consciousness. It is necessary, also,
- but because of the materialism of the time his consciousness of this
- conscious, not for that reason non-existent! In spite of all, it is
- Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
- with the animal and human kingdoms. Unconsciously men already have,
- enter consciousness. It remains indeed in the unconscious—just
- by the Guardian of the Threshold unconsciously. It is actually a certain
- fear of the truth which always unconsciously holds men back from really
- out of the unconscious. If the will were not to work up and we were
- on in the subconscious; in the subconscious something is going on that
- makes man say (in the subconscious he does say it): Yes, the world looks
- is constantly being arrived at in the unconscious. The entirely ordinary,
- always an unconscious conclusion that to a certain extent originates
- not come into our consciousness at all as something properly solid.
- not enter consciousness at all. You can see the passage of the book,
- object of the will does not enter consciousness. So that man when he
- But all this goes on in ordinary life without being able to enter consciousness.
- what man actually is cannot enter his consciousness. For this reason
- reviewing the course of his life he is faced by empty space in his consciousness,
- the hole in consciousness, and he sees just as if there were a white
- Thus he looks at the holes that, during sleep, are there in consciousness.
- in reality brought into consciousness: in the consciousness there is
- an elementary consciousness in man. For in the future man will not be
- look at the external world to become conscious of himself. In the mineral
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- Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
- to be easier, even though this is an unconscious opinion, namely, through
- In this way when we are sleeping our consciousness as a man is slight.
- increase in the intensity of consciousness, but when we keep in mind
- dreamless sleep, then our consciousness is so inconsiderable that we
- because our consciousness is then weakened, because our sleep-consciousness
- is not yet as strong as the consciousness that is able to be united
- us in a way that the ordinary consciousness has no inkling of; only
- from this that when you wake up in the world that ordinary consciousness
- not be able to experience in full consciousness the whole extent of
- fellows, people are unable to have any clear consciousness. People fail
- to notice in ordinary consciousness exactly what is of most importance
- the threshold of physical consciousness.
- you will realise at once is hardly present today in ordinary consciousness.
- ordinary consciousness.
- today instinctively, but must become conscious that the development
- Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
- always there as a more or less unconscious basis: he feels that even
- Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
- ours, this age of consciousness, it is necessary for all this to be
- in very ancient days were furnished with a much duller consciousness
- his support, for his growing powers of consciousness. And certain personalities
- the spiritual was liberated in full consciousness. But the pupil in
- in the development of this intellect—and development in the consciousness
- conscious of the way the ordinary intellect is applied when directed
- epoch there took place in him in a strong but unconscious way, also,
- however, to a certain extent consciously, what may be called his meeting
- of his being. Then gradually mankind will be able even consciously to
- Goethe fortunately, took while still, unconscious, and on that account
- shimmering and glimmering of what was conscious and what was unconscious,
- Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
- the following: The working class must become conscious of the prevailing
- modern democratic consciousness may find the idea tempting that nine
- Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
- this modern age is known to us. In a conscious way, man seeks to place
- the consciousness-soul. This is the inner impulse of the forces which
- the last centuries, these judgments rose up into human consciousness,
- to-day, for they only voice that which exists in their upper consciousness,
- require, lives in their sub-consciousness.
- their sub•consciousness. The way in which they talk,
- human souls contain in their sub-conscious depths, as the newest, most
- modern requirement. But the human beings are not conscious of this demands
- Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
- contain many unconscious elements, which do not immediately manifest
- to some extent an unconscious or subconscious process, for the objectivation
- these imaginations can only well up from unconscious depths, in the
- Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
- But whenever the socialistic proletariat considers in a fully conscious
- themselves, shows that their words often contain a more or less conscious
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