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  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • relatively speaking, self-dependent. We have within the human being
    • are each self-dependent, although at the same time they work together.
    • experience in yourself, but this experience is at the same time
    • one division that shows itself in the course of human life.
    • infinite, but when it has spread itself out for a sufficient distance
    • himself in life, if you can feel what is in between the words he says
    • experienced by the man himself, takes place also as an absolutely
    • destiny that works itself out within the course of life is
    • makes itself felt particularly strongly in connection with the
    • recognised. Man will have to come to the point of knowing himself more
    • united Himself with the life of earthly humanity?’ People are not
    • united Himself. There we come to the place where the Christ is truly
    • development of Man from sources outside himself. The impulses for the
    • out into the infinite, but swings back on itself — not indeed as
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • relating himself in the proper way to this trinity, this triune
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture II: The Michael revelation.
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    • into the twentieth century will have to say to himself: all that
    • regard to the head the human being himself had formerly a kind of
    • of the head itself are not life processes but death processes. The
    • familiarize himself with a process of destruction. He must also
    • familiarize himself with the fact that the materialistically inclined
    • clairvoyant, through the inner strength of his soul, raised himself to
    • he said to himself: the knowledge that comes to the human being on
    • Death on Golgotha the Being Whom we call the Christ has united Himself
    • Himself with the evolution of mankind.
    • The time of preparation has passed. Michael himself, in the
    • united itself with the earth through the Christ impulse and which must
    • unite itself with mankind in order that mankind shall not perish with
    • into his head but into his whole being, that he permeates himself with
    • Myself to you not only during the days in which the Gospels were
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture III. Michaelic Thinking.
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    • Nobody can interfere with another person's way of relating himself to
    • united Himself with the Earth evolution the situation has
    • through the Christ impulse itself the relationship of every human
    • being to the Christ forms itself in such a way — if it forms
    • itself rightly — that it is the same in every human being. This,
    • the human being finds himself in a process of dying. We may thus point
    • makes itself felt from the eighth sphere out of which the rest of our
    • civilized mankind deceives itself, can deceive itself, in regard to
    • see with your physical eyes. That which man unites with himself of
    • yourself: What confronts me here are the particles of matter which the
    • human spirit shape stores up in itself; this makes the invisible being
    • here are invisible, are super-sensible. To say this to oneself with full
    • spiritual conception of himself and the world. Since the seventies of
    • Every ascent is followed by a descent; every ascent bears in itself
    • culture, yet in ancient Greece it was still possible to devote oneself
    • particles of substance which he has drawn together into himself. Even
    • themselves about man himself, as long as they consider man to be
    • making himself understood to the human being. The greatest Messenger
    • the One Who was able to reveal Himself in the greatest earth event as
    • It exists like the other revelations. But it does not force itself
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture IV: The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse.
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    • Self-knowledge and its Permeation of the Three Strata of Consciousness
    • The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse. Self-knowledge and its Permeation of the Three Strata of Consciousness
    • Greek dialectics. Anyone who wishes to familiarize himself with the
    • present age the attempt toward self-knowledge of mankind is made, the
    • “know thyself” exists like a longing, but this “know
    • thyself” will only be fulfilled through real spiritual cognition.
    • to comprehend in thought their own self — and humanity has only
    • factually upon their own self are able in the present age to look back
    • their own self will sense this faculty — which will be theirs
    • beings are brought to self-knowledge through the
    • coincide with nature herself. Then, as I become more familiar with
    • life, I also acquire in the course of time what nature herself
    • does not harmonize with them. And now gradually he adjusts himself to
    • familiarizing himself with such a thing does he become aware of the
    • will performs. Not the experience of the will itself, but only its
    • for which he does not feel himself mature enough to become fully
    • appear illogical to him for the simple reason that he himself calls it
    • lies between the two. That man permeates himself with the Christ
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture V: The Michael Deed and the Michael Influence as Counter-pole of the Ahrimanic Influence
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    • mankind is itself an evolution of a living entity. Just as there is
    • itself. When, from this point of view, we make tests, we can easily
    • But this sort of conclusion was something quite self-evident for an
    • itself in such formulas; mankind feels that it is necessary to acquire
    • possible concept of what it is that has thus prepared itself, we must
    • descending line. Earth humanity and the evolution of the earth itself
    • decay. Mankind itself, in particular, is in a process of decay through
    • preparation, as a pre-state. Only upon the Earth itself did man, as he
    • 1914, this war catastrophe broke in upon us. One had to ask oneself:
    • but merely the human physical self.
    • himself with the Christ, then these Ahrimanic powers cannot penetrate
    • his own self. There actually exists a kind of anti-method, if I may
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • nature herself for the soul element, for the spiritual element, whose
    • one who was distrustful and selfish was experienced as a dark man.
    • itself through this element of light and darkness constituted for him
    • am a being of nature outside and at the same time I am myself.
    • feel the contrast between himself and nature. And if I am again to
    • himself and which he, at the same time, recognizes as a process of
    • itself has changed. This, of course, you cannot prove clinically; but
    • become materialistic; reality itself has lost its soul.
    • am now saying. For just consider what it means that reality itself, in
    • three millennia ago, lived in a night culture. Yahve revealed himself
    • which stems from the head of man himself; this thought was only to
    • oneself with this consciousness means to permit the Michael culture to
    • enter. Just as it was self-evident for the man of the second and third
    • so must it become self-evident for us to think of light as
    • made possible through the fact that the Christ has united Himself with
    • material itself and describe it as such; and we must recognize in the
    • true knowledge of man himself. “Blood is quite a special
    • soul-spiritual comprehension of the human being himself, in every
    • I myself, you can be sure, am not at all eager for such a battle,
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture I: The Dualism in the Life of the Present Time
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    • friends, it will be permissible to take our building itself as the
    • will get an impression — perhaps just from the building itself,
    • today, almost universally, a kingdom in itself, — a kingdom
    • human being can so unite himself as to enable this spirit, through
    • man's mediation, to weave itself even into the social life. A
    • no intention of immersing itself in our everyday life — such a
    • beyond himself, and the other tending to drag him down beneath
    • himself. Now modern spiritual civilization has confused the
    • but the Luciferic region. And much that today calls itself Mysticism
    • spiritual views to develop a knowledge about nature itself. The fact
    • entirely out of the will of spiritual science itself.
    • yourself deeply in the first and its forms, when you cause the idea
    • spiritual creative activity in nature itself, when nature causes one
    • this fourth revealed itself to me as the most complicated. That is to
    • one came forth from the preceding — just as in nature itself
    • resulted entirely from the work itself; and I could see that this
    • the creative activity of the spirit in nature itself.
    • external life, but must be achieved in the innermost self.
    • considers himself very wise when he says: “Successive
    • history itself is also an organism, and such leaps take place in it;
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture II: The Development of Architecture
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    • among men, but conceals itself in mysterious depths. Now if one
    • him-self who uttered it had a relation of ownership or any other
    • himself to the mysteries of the universe.” It was necessary to
    • central point within himself.
    • can express itself.
    • his feeling, the ancient Apollo-saying: “Know thou thyself.”
    • But “Know thou thyself” not in some abstract way; “Know
    • thou thyself in the struggle for balance.” Therefore we have to
    • us at one time, for example, a man who wished to play himself up a
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture III: Historical Occurrences of the Last Century
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    • that disposition to create for oneself a little sensual
    • fact that this spiritual world makes itself felt in many a human
    • is correct, when I cannot myself see into the spiritual world? That
    • decide of itself whether the element of truth rules in what anyone
    • himself was monopolized by the denominational societies; and only
    • secular scholarship has devoted itself entirely to the science of
    • presents itself, but you will overcome it with a little effort of
    • you have the candle itself covered, you will see only the reflection
    • we discover in this way manifests itself in human life; and the
    • This dualism also exists today in the individual human being himself.
    • supposed to be no bridge; he finds himself in a ghostlike region
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture IV: The Old Mysteries of Light, Space, and Earth
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    • First, our spiritual life, as it presents itself
    • it could at the same time, out of itself, establish the rights
    • And now still a third stream unites itself with
    • life sprang up which had to develop of itself and work its way up,
    • drawing), the middle stream empties into self-seeking; and an
    • degeneration of humanity through Ahriman; the second is self-seeking,
    • and self-seeking, of Lucifer. So the third, a worthy companion of the
    • fancies itself to be wisdom, and which thinks it has made such



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