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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • on in his environment. Later on it is only in the sense organs that
    • we have a process imitating in a certain sense what is going on in the
    • senses. But this restriction of the imitative principle to the
    • the senses are during the rest of human life. The child is still in
    • behave no longer like a sense organ but to assimilate something in the
    • observed by anyone with an unbiased sense of truth. But they are
    • characterized by all that we see with the senses and understand with
    • of the senses. Then, other structures slip into the breathing
    • first place that every single organ bears within it, in a sense, an
    • The heart is an exception, in a certain sense. Here, too, an astral
    • sense. And while you have an astral formation around the etheric and
  • Title: Lecture: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • we look out into the world and through our senses perceive colours,
    • the system of nerves and senses. Therefore, when we think, we by no means
    • depend only on our senses and nervous system as instruments of thinking.
    • consciously into the process of nerves and senses. Because the altered
    • nerve-sense system, the result was an inner experience of their function
    • as such. His senses inform him about the external world and when he looks
    • and senses; a stream of breath is always flowing through this process.
    • senses.
    • with those senses, which today are not even recognized as senses.
    • We know that man has not just five senses but twelve. I have often
    • sense of balance through which he perceives the equilibrium of his body so
    • order to make himself conscious of this sense of balance, the yogi adopted
    • certain bodily postures. This developed in him a strong, subtle sense of
    • postures. In this way he developed a subtle awareness of the other senses
    • a much more spiritual character than the five familiar senses. Through
  • 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
    • What they actually do is explain how sense observation, interpreted
    • squeeze them out as if from a sponge — in a spiritual sense,
    • dwelling in solids had, in a certain sense, to hold back and leave
  • Title: Contrasting World-conceptions of East and West
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    • senses; we are connected with it — and this is clearly
    • our senses, and a certain soul-activity within us
    • traits. The whole sense-organisation has changed in the course
    • spoken, the organisation of the senses did not prevent man from
    • Gradually, man's sense-organs changed; his senses
    • from his sleep, because on waking, his fully developed senses
    • during his waking condition, because his senses were not
    • gods. The gods cannot be perceived through the senses, and in
    • senses were not yet so strongly turned towards the external
    • in the Eastern countries man's senses, especially the
    • gradually developed the sense organisation which he now
    • their purity, without mingling them with sense experiences. At
    • sense-organisation, with the strange result that among the
    • to speak, drawn into the sense organisation. I might
    • only arose when sense perceptions were intermingled with the
    • transformation into sense-perception of the former,
    • become- delusively perceptible to the senses and which are
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture I: The Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution
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    • These nine lectures go into the development of outer and inner sense
    • organs of sense. Steiner shows how in the future the heart will be
    • his concepts derived from sense perception, of will impulses
    • answer to the totality of our sense impressions. Indeed
    • in a certain sense we continue our sense experiences in our
    • always find our conceptual life prompted by external sense
    • so to speak, all our senses and live in concepts only, we are
    • us in the first instance to the sense world. However, we take
    • to the sense world and so can a continuous stream of such
    • sense impressions stream towards us — the expression on his
    • be said that through our sense perceptions we experience the
    • the narrower sense it is only the actual sense
    • resort arrived at through sense perception. We mentioned the
    • remember some complex event, where perhaps sense
    • have read about it, in which case our sense perceptions were
    • someone told us about it. All such sense impressions
    • can discover the difference between sense perceptions that are
    • connected with it as I am with direct sense perception.
    • enters into us when direct sense perceptions lead us to
    • consciousness through our senses. They are there apart from us
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture II: The True Nature of Memory - 1
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    • These nine lectures go into the development of outer and inner sense
    • organs of sense. Steiner shows how in the future the heart will be
    • spoke yesterday about the sense organs and drew attention
    • organs become just as much sense organs as our present ones. We
    • transition, from being a vital organ to becoming a sense organ,
    • organ which has now become a sense organ, while the lung, which
    • is now a vital organ, could later become a sense organ. Yet we
    • man's senses and also what so to speak constitutes his will
    • to proceed further let us return to the pole of the senses. Let
    • see what becomes of a sense organ, let us say the eye, and then
    • sense organ. In fact, we begin to experience all that
    • World, partly as Spirit Land. When the lung becomes sense organ
    • yesterday that the lungs become sense organ in their etheric
    • part. But what happens to our ordinary sense organs?
    • to higher vision, the sense organs do not disappear, they
    • strong impression that the sense organs expand into worlds. We
    • witness, as it were, a world being built up out of our sense
    • The sense organs become, as it were, independent beings which
    • clever; it also lets thoughts emerge from sense
    • disappears completely. But our senses do something
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture III: The True Nature of Memory - 2
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    • These nine lectures go into the development of outer and inner sense
    • organs of sense. Steiner shows how in the future the heart will be
    • state between waking and sleeping. Anyone who has a sense
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IV: The Human Soul in Relation to Moon and Stars
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    • These nine lectures go into the development of outer and inner sense
    • organs of sense. Steiner shows how in the future the heart will be
    • situation is that man, through his senses, perceives the
    • sound from without. In a certain sense we are as much outside
    • external spiritual world which surrounds us, just as the sense
    • Well, the life of thought is, in a certain sense, a
    • wonderful sense organ — a great etheric sense organ as
    • heart becomes sense organ we can look down into the
    • heart when it has become sense organ. The path which otherwise
    • we discover something else. Let us look once more at a sense
    • perceive because of the sun's presence, and our senses' inner
    • sense organ, we suddenly experience ourselves within the sun.
    • to the spiritual world we come, in a certain sense, to the
    • sense is known about the moon's influence in earth evolution;
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture V: The Human Soul in Relation Sun and Moon
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    • These nine lectures go into the development of outer and inner sense
    • organs of sense. Steiner shows how in the future the heart will be
    • a certain sense, it is of particular importance, if our insight
    • phenomena to explain themselves, in the Goethean sense.
    • of nature, because through his senses he can reach only natural
    • they saw resisted, in a certain sense, what they projected into
    • they exclaim: What nonsense — these two things belong
    • Mystery of Golgotha. Birth and death, in the human sense, did
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VI: The Formation of the Etheric and the Astral Heart
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    • These nine lectures go into the development of outer and inner sense
    • organs of sense. Steiner shows how in the future the heart will be
    • only in the sense organs.
    • certain sense imitates what goes on in the external world,
    • world. The same applies to the other senses. It is only in
    • relationship to the external world as the senses have in later
    • to cease reacting as a sense organ and assimilate thoughts and
    • we perceive it through our senses and understand it with our
    • brain and also penetrate the sense organs. Other structures
    • individual organ, in a certain sense, harbors within it an
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VII: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • These nine lectures go into the development of outer and inner sense
    • organs of sense. Steiner shows how in the future the heart will be
    • look out into the world and through our senses perceive colors,
    • senses. Therefore, when we think, we by no means depend only on
    • our senses and nervous system as instruments of thinking. The
    • into the process of nerves and senses. Because the altered
    • and nerve-sense-system the result was an inner experience of
    • does not pay attention to his thinking as such. His senses
    • environment is not only connected with nerves and senses: a
    • and senses.
    • perceived with those senses which today are not even
    • recognized as senses. We know that man has not just five senses
    • apart from the usual five he has a sense of balance through
    • make himself conscious of this sense of balance, the Yogi
    • strong, subtle sense of direction. We speak of above and below,
    • of the other senses of which I have spoken. When these are
    • character than the five familiar senses. Through them the Yogi
    • opposed simply because people sense that they are not as easy
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VIII: The Elementary World and its Beings
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    • These nine lectures go into the development of outer and inner sense
    • organs of sense. Steiner shows how in the future the heart will be
    • together which, in a certain sense, belongs to the external
    • information. What they actually do is explain how sense
    • sponge — in a spiritual sense, of course — and out
    • dwelling in solids had, in a certain sense, to hold back and
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IX: The Contrasting World-Conceptions of East and West
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    • These nine lectures go into the development of outer and inner sense
    • organs of sense. Steiner shows how in the future the heart will be
    • sleeping is, to begin with, through our senses. We perceive
    • senses. By means of a certain inner soul activity we build up a
    • the whole sense system has become different in the course of
    • are considering, the senses were so organized that man
    • Gradually, man's senses changed and caused him to become so
    • senses, become so strongly absorbed in the external world he
    • times, unlike today, his senses were not particularly
    • his senses, man, in ancient times, was at least adapted to
    • senses, particularly the eyes, began to develop — also in
    • they have now. The system of senses gradually developed to what
    • with sense perceptions. But now they were taken up by the
    • senses. This had the strange result that for a large part of
    • Belief in ghosts arose first through the mingling of sense
    • sense had he been told that thoughts do not pulsate through the
    • man into the nerve-sense man, whose abode is mainly in
    • incorrectly seen through man's senses. The divine
    • expression in a trivial sense. It is only through such



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