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  • Title: Lecture: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • Lecture: Modern and Ancient
    • Ancient Yoga and Modern Initiation. The translator is
    • attention to the fact that in ancient times man possessed a faculty of
    • known later as the Ancient Indian civilization. Many people nowadays are
    • as the Ancient Indian epoch, certain individuals developed, in a manner
    • that of man in ancient times, if we believe that the spiritual beings
    • exercises were good and suitable for the nature of humanity in ancient times;
    • that was suitable and right only for man in a very ancient oriental
    • spiritual universe. In order to read the ancient writings such as the
    • ancient initiates had experienced there through their heightened
    • spiritual world was sought in ancient times.
    • underwent modifications. In very ancient times the yogi felt how in the
    • instance, in the pentameter and hexameter as used in ancient Greece, point
    • mental picture into another. While the yogi in ancient India passed from
    • achieved to that of the yogi in ancient times. He blended thinking
    • from the yoga exercises practised in very ancient times. There are
    • ancient times in the nature of memory, whereas at the present time a
  • Title: The Elemental World and the Future of Mankind
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    • ancient times, through whom certain teachings of the Old Testament
  • Title: Contrasting World-conceptions of East and West
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    • that ancient culture which developed and flourished in the
    • ancient spiritual life.
    • the fact that in these ancient times man's sleep was different
    • asleep. The ancient Oriental thus discovered within him every
    • those ancient times, everything that led to man behaving
    • of the large masses to their leaders, etc. etc. In that ancient
    • as they are now. When a modern historian writes about ancient
    • of history. During those ancient Oriental times of which I have
    • ancient times, man had to rely on being able to experience at
    • ancient times in man's history, but the contemplation of
    • divine-spiritual beings is very ancient. The belief in ghosts
    • ancient Oriental felt his head to be the earthly field of
    • go, the more does it make itself felt. For an ancient Oriental
    • ancient spirituality existed in the Oriental conception. This
    • ancient spirituality; but at the same time, we see that in the
    • however, appear to be just as spectral as the ancient ghosts,
    • for a long period by an ancient traditional Oriental
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture II: The True Nature of Memory - 1
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    • time to, let us say, ancient Persia, India or Greece; or any
    • remedy is sought as was done in ancient Greece. If one really
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IV: The Human Soul in Relation to Moon and Stars
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    • brother spheres his ancient round.”*
    • When we learn through Anthroposophy to understand why ancient
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture V: The Human Soul in Relation Sun and Moon
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    • which was prophesied already in the ancient mysteries by
    • characteristic of the mysteries, at the time when the ancient
    • world that makes him dependent. People in the ancient
    • achieve independence. This was foreseen in the ancient
    • of the world in ancient times, and still preserved in the
    • one must depict the situation in ancient times as follows: When
    • whereas man in ancient times, as I drew it here (drawing
    • ancient mysteries. The initiates saw the future situation in
    • its first beginning in the ancient mysteries when man had to
    • in ancient times had to face. The Gods whom they reached up to
    • venerated and communed with in the ancient
    • Therefore, the initiate in ancient times said: It is of no help
    • ancient times. They asked themselves: What is going to happen?
    • more and more. This the initiates in ancient times learned from
    • to man by the ancient Gods. It had increasingly been
    • ancient Gods had taught in the mysteries was basically
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VII: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
    • today. I have often drawn attention to the fact that in ancient
    • Orient within the culture known later as the Ancient Indian
    • Occult Sciences as the Ancient Indian epoch, certain
    • ancient times, if we believe that the spiritual beings
    • the nature of humanity in ancient times; they have later fallen
    • for man in a very ancient oriental civilization.
    • universe. In order to read the ancient writings such as the
    • and is relating what Krishna and other ancient initiates had
    • was sought in ancient times.
    • Later this path underwent modifications. In very ancient times
    • as used in ancient Greece,
    • While the Yogi in Ancient India passed from one kind of
    • ancient times. He blended thinking with breathing, thus
    • exercises practiced in very ancient times. There are
    • Thus, knowledge of one's existence before birth was in ancient
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VIII: The Elementary World and its Beings
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    • Certain initiates in ancient times, through whom certain
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IX: The Contrasting World-Conceptions of East and West
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    • culture which arose, in ancient times, over in the East,
    • differently education was regarded in the ancient Orient.
    • necessity for this began already in ancient Greece. In Greece,
    • Thoughts and thought combinations arose in the ancient
    • ancient times in the Orient the life of thoughts and feelings
    • When we go back to those ancient times of which we spoke, the
    • sleep Gods had been active in his head. Thus, ancient
    • those ancient times man's social behavior was induced by
    • spiritual world and the earthly world in the ancient Orient. It
    • modern historian writes about ancient Egypt and deciphers its
    • sight of the ancient Greeks differed from ours. They did not
    • historical times; and in the Orient, in those ancient times we
    • could live united with the world of the Gods because in ancient
    • his senses, man, in ancient times, was at least adapted to
    • belief in ghosts is not so very ancient; what is ancient
    • have described how in ancient times Oriental people felt that
    • expression. To the ancient Oriental it would have made no
    • thinks likewise, shown by its eagerness to confirm that ancient
    • ghosts. In ancient times spirituality was perceptible to man in
    • could also say that from East to West an ancient pure
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