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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • information about the external world. It is the same with the other
    • So far I have been describing quite simply, from an external
    • again is only an external account. Today we will try to arrive at a
    • provisionally by external forces.
    • more external one.
  • Title: Lecture: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • spirit-soul content in the external world then we add something to it in
    • man saw more in the external world than ordinary man sees today. In
    • so those men of old beheld realities of spirit and soul in external
    • man did not, as it were, distinguish himself from the external world. He
    • chosen at random. In all his experiences of the external world man felt
    • something from the external world into himself which he then let flow with
    • as such. His senses inform him about the external world and when he looks
    • initiates strictly isolated the ‘self’ from the external world.
    • breath it is gradually linked to an external rhythm. By setting thinking
    • external world. The yogi turned back into his own rhythm. Today man must
    • return to the rhythm of the external world. In
    • the rhythm pervading the external world. The moment thinking really
    • from breathing and gradually united with the external rhythm, it dives
    • object in the external world.
    • ourselves with what lives spiritually in the rhythms of the external
    • external rhythm.
    • his body (blue) and live within the rhythm of the external world and behold
    • directly, as an external object (red), what he was before he descended to
    • bring it into the rhythm of the external world. We then experience, for
    • penetrating into the external rhythm with our thoughts we learn to
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  • Title: The Elemental World and the Future of Mankind
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    • sense, belongs to the external world, in so far as this world
    • external etheric world, there unites the effect of man's earthly
    • investigation of external nature and the development of technology.
    • It is obvious, even to an external unbiased observation, that the
    • from the region of the head must be obvious even to external
    • rhythm of the external cosmos. We must go with our thinking out of
    • ourselves into the external world, whereas the yogi crept into his
    • the rhythm of external existence. In this way mankind will again
    • gain insight into that spiritual foundation of nature which external
    • must rediscover what lies behind the knowledge provided by external
    • external point of view. To see clearly what is involved they must be
    • comprehension stops at the external material aspect, then the
  • Title: Contrasting World-conceptions of East and West
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    • through our life in the external world. At first, it seems
    • what was the objective external cause of this? It was caused by
    • connected him with the external world in so living a way,
    • immediately attract him strongly to the external world.
    • directed so strongly towards the external world as they
    • senses were not yet so strongly turned towards the external
    • External ghosts are now despised, but what is regarded as
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture I: The Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution
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    • his experiences of the external world; i.e., in what remains
    • that come to expression in external action and of memories of
    • perhaps their origin something which though external is
    • Furthermore, since to external observation the life of soul
    • us say, in response to external perception, are accompanied by
    • to our experiences of the external world, that is to say, in
    • always find our conceptual life prompted by external sense
    • perception. When we withdraw to some extent from external
    • memories of external observations — often altered
    • concrete process is taking place in the external world.
    • What lives in the will becomes external reality just as
    • processes of nature are external reality.
    • sensations. But we also take in more complex external events.
    • meeting us as an external objective event. In the case of the
    • perception had no direct contact with the external object. We
    • external event which is just as much a result of my will
    • me and becomes something objective in the external world.
    • external events existing apart from us, and what goes out from
    • become external processes separated from us. Thus, are we
    • world. They are both external realities. If I imagine myself
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture II: The True Nature of Memory - 1
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    • Yesterday it was described purely externally.
    • consciousness and observe the external organism, is that the
    • off, externally the physical body continually falls away;
    • of the external world. These, though radically expressed, are
    • written. He is faced with the external effect of his earlier
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture III: The True Nature of Memory - 2
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    • definitely either to something in the external world or to
    • place in the external world through our will. But what takes
    • waves the way water moves in the external world. The play of
    • influence of the external world, the breathing takes place even
    • most external way. This is evident from the way modern science
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IV: The Human Soul in Relation to Moon and Stars
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    • its totality as it appears to external sight, it reveals
    • is external to the beings and objects which surround him. It
    • attention is directed towards the external world.
    • us in the external world.
    • external as well as the internal world when we ascend to
    • Through imaginative cognition of the external world we first
    • they become pictures of what surrounds us as an external
    • external spiritual world which surrounds us, just as the sense
    • When we stand before this whole world, which is now an external
    • external spiritual world, we also make progress in the inward
    • meet the thoughts which have their origin in the external world
    • inspired cognition, otherwise surrounds us as an external
    • external world, so that the latter can imprint itself and
    • essentially an external organ, organized for reflecting the
    • physical environment; in the head we grasp the external
    • led only to the experience of our soul's external side, its
    • heart where it is united with the spirit. Only its external
    • brain, is the mediator of the external physical knowledge
    • our eyes that the sun mediates knowledge of the external world.
    • Everything that is perceptible in the external physical world comes
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture V: The Human Soul in Relation Sun and Moon
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    • external world act upon us, we receive in the first place a
    • in the habit of regarding the external world as the most
    • external world in which he is not personally involved; these
    • every field such objective concepts concerning external nature
    • really occupies man today is the external world. I am not
    • particular picture corresponded quite exactly to the external
    • has formed corresponds exactly to the external fact, for
    • had nothing to do with external objects.
    • external nature, we formulate faithful copies of her. Perhaps
    • external nature, on the basis of Anthroposophy, it is
    • people who are in the know, who think technically. The external
    • external to man; it is completely separate from him.
    • time must come when he looks out on an external world and sees
    • external aspect. Man can be free inwardly just when he
    • external to his nature.
    • external nature as something apart from himself and thus
    • He transfers his consciousness into the external world
    • external sight even when their subject is philosophy. The
    • would later come to know, would be not only external to man but
    • particular and also their pupils knew that the external world
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VI: The Formation of the Etheric and the Astral Heart
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    • certain sense imitates what goes on in the external world,
    • reproduced in his eyes and thus learns about the external
    • relationship to the external world as the senses have in later
    • inwardly adapts to the effects upon him of the external world.
    • This is merely an external description of how the child adapts
    • body. But, as I said, this is merely an external
    • external cosmos. But in his astral body he brings with him an
    • in the external world through this action is inscribed. When we
    • expression in the external world is inscribed
    • from our activity in the external world. Thus, to describe what
    • relation is, in consequence, an external one.
    • decay is due to external circumstances; to these belong the
    • external causes within the organism itself. Hidden from sight,
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VII: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • experience a spirit-soul content in the external world then we
    • remote past for then, as we know, man saw more in the external
    • realities of spirit and soul in external objects. For them it
    • man did not, as it were, distinguish himself from the external
    • random. In all his experiences of the external world man felt
    • something from the external world into himself which he
    • inform him about the external world and when he looks back upon
    • initiates strictly isolated the “self' from the external
    • external rhythm. By setting thinking free from the breath we
    • let it stream, as it were, into the rhythm of the external
    • return to the rhythm of the external world. In Knowledge of
    • Thinking must pass over into the rhythm pervading the external
    • and gradually united with the external rhythm, it dives
    • each single object in the external world.
    • spiritually in the rhythms of the external world. In this way
    • external rhythm.
    • the rhythm of the external world and behold directly, as
    • an external object (red), what he was before he descended to
    • external world. We then experience, for instance, what it
    • into the external rhythm with our thoughts we learn to
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VIII: The Elementary World and its Beings
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    • together which, in a certain sense, belongs to the external
    • entity, consisting of forces from the external etheric
    • external nature and the development of technology.
    • is obvious, even to an external unbiased observation, that the
    • even to external observation. This situation has come about
    • with the rhythm of the external cosmos. We must go with our
    • thinking out of ourselves into the external world, whereas the
    • the rhythm of external existence. In this way mankind will
    • nature which external knowledge does not reach.
    • the knowledge provided by external observation and
    • external point of view. To see clearly what is involved
    • earth — if man's comprehension stops at the external
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IX: The Contrasting World-Conceptions of East and West
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    • formulating concepts about the external world.
    • external objects. Socrates
    • one seeks the external objective reason why Oriental man
    • intensely connected with the external world that the moment he
    • senses, become so strongly absorbed in the external world he
    • orientated towards the external world. In his waking state he
    • the Orient — the sensitivity to external impressions which
    • external ones. The external ghosts are not mere delusions; they
    • external ghosts are scorned today, but what is looked upon as a



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