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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • confused with those things which, more than ever at the moment, appear
    • the world of the senses directs his science to outward things, to
    • soul. What one can ‘love’ is such a thing, and there was a
    • time when wisdom was considered something real, which is not the case
    • this was the case because in the Cosmos things of the soul and things
    • can end with death. There was something in the older human wisdom for
    • volition, but rather something which is reflected in thinking, feeling
    • hints. This ‘Ego’ once connoted for man something which knew
    • has nothing to resist the extinction of sleep. However, knowledge of
    • The religion that was once available is now something taken from
    • experience of something which once was a unity.
    • to say, of clothing Philosophy with reality; it will be my further
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture II: Exercises of Thought, Feeling and Volition
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    • full consciousness of the modern scientific thinker it had something
    • objective as there is in physical thought about the things of the
    • of breathing. In this and the other rhythmic processes of man we find
    • Cosmos of the Spirit. But the same thing happens in the etheric
    • For Religious Cognition a third thing is necessary. We must dive down
    • contributing anything to these pictures. We attain a copy of Nature,
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • playing a part in the meditation; for in this everything must come to
    • subject of meditation something which one knows for certain to be
    • something pictorial, but not necessarily representing a picture of the
    • there is something which forces us into the etheric existence. We must
    • result of something deeper.
    • things and processes of the Cosmos are being revealed to us as our own
    • what we experience in Inspiration to something we experience in
    • creatively in the affairs of the sense-world. Everything which is thus
    • experienced the process of breathing in the same way as he experienced
    • seeks the road to a Cosmology whereby the process of breathing is
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IV: Exercises of Cognition and Will
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    • Cosmos projected on to the human being. We see how everything which we
    • teacher to have an insight into these things.
    • our life since birth. What we have there before us is indeed something
    • psychic and spiritual, but at the same time it is not something which
    • of something which was once living. Just so far as one keeps to the
    • show that something dead points to something living, as the corpse
    • it recognizes in thought something that can be compared with a dead
    • body, so in the will it can establish something comparable with a
    • seed. Something that has life in itself, which points beyond the
    • observations which point to something Cosmic, and lay it open. Still,
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture V: Experiences of the Soul in Sleep
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    • something known; and yet we shall have to use them to denote processes
    • of the small blood vessels takes place, and other things, and this
    • soul experiences something cosmic in place of the individual,
    • rhythm of breathing and blood-circulation. During sleep the physical
    • things presented to the soul in sleep.
    • If man could recall to his consciousness everything he lives through
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VI: Transference from the Psycho-Spiritual to the Physical Sense-life in man's Development
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    • on. When we talk of a cell in this connection we designate something
    • something spiritual, entirely non-spatial, purely qualitative.
    • physical things of the outer world.
    • which in her is ‘missing’ something or ‘longing’
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VII: The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
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    • If one does not realize in one's own physical nature how something
    • ‘history’, in which things are represented as if man in the
    • bridge between the two; and their content has something deceptive and
    • the senses, but revealing something really spiritual, just as the
    • sense-observation reveals something of the actually physical.
    • gate of death. Man now had indeed something in the ordinary
    • consciousness which could develop the complete Ego-sense, but nothing
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VIII: The Event of Death and Its Relationship with the Christ
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    • then seen as if it was something present. As in sense-perception the
    • senses are led to the things which are side by side in space, so the
    • happening at the same time. A process of growth becomes something
    • But in higher consciousness there is something else than just the
    • the feeling of something rising from the depths of the soul which
    • something visionary. This view has to be strictly rejected by the true
    • knowledge for something of a visionary nature. It tends, on the
    • something having no substantial content. Only what is introduced into
    • not really a merging of something spiritual into something physical,
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IX: The Destination of the Ego-Consciousness in Conjunction with the Christ-problem
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    • non-transparent things; man does not see them but the
    • this astral organism and the Ego. But in everything that can be called
    • the rhythmical organization of man, in the processes of breathing,
    • assume that man has created something within the world of the senses.
    • For his psychic life things do not remain there. He judges his own
    • reflected thought-thing. But in the astral-rhythmical organism it
    • breathing during existence on earth. In conscious cosmic experience we
    • of things in a future existence?
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture X: On Experiencing the Will-Part of the Soul
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    • organism of the will the true nature of the Ego. While something
    • something unconsciously psychic. It is an unconscious longing for the
    • extends only to the head-organization. When the will ordains something
    • something life-awakening, life-giving.
    • things in which constructive knowledge recognizes forces which
    • science is to-day called childish, because we view everything from the
    • spiritual-psychic content. Everything of world-spiritual value that
    • The Initiation-science of Christianity finds something else. In the
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • something that everyone who had wanted to come here will carry
    • today is promoted as occultism, or the many things that go by
    • nothing else than immersing oneself in the soul experiences of
    • only pointed to these things in order to warn against confusing
    • anything. Because one strives for this exactness in preparing
    • narrowly circumscribed area, but to attain to something into
    • both arise as something self-evident flowing from the spiritual
    • in a certain sum of ideas. The strange thing that came about is
    • something people have thought out. Just consider how much hard
    • feels the reality of breathing. But today, when a philosopher
    • Sophia, this wisdom, is something worth loving, something real
    • something that was warmly alive and received in a heartfelt way
    • turned into something abstract, cold, dull and theoretical.
    • his philosophy. In the physical body we experience breathing,
    • something of the breathing process; physically and
    • physically in breathing and seeing — philosophy came into
    • the reality of our breathing, because we are conscious of our
    • Then the breathing process, for instance, would gradually
    • anything about what is now his physical body, just as modern
    • man knows nothing about his etheric body. The breathing process
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
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    • something and the one who refutes it are, in most cases,
    • philosopher, it is impossible to arrive at anything that both
    • philosophy. While something similar must be attained if one is
    • to have a philosophy today, it is nevertheless something
    • disregarding everything that makes impressions from outside or
    • observation, objective things are separated from what is
    • within itself nothing of all the contents acquired through
    • body, can be compared with the breathing in of real oxygen.
    • Among other things, through this inspired knowledge one gains a
    • more exact insight into the nature of the human breathing
    • is rhythmically connected with the process of breathing.
    • organisms, is connected with the breathing, with the
    • rhythm of breathing and blood circulation.
    • reflection in the rhythmic human processes, we have something
    • the physical organism on the waves of breathing and the other
    • the soul, we accomplish something not achieved in ordinary
    • you will now change it into something else by an energetic use
    • described earlier as the processes of breathing and
    • organisms use the processes of breathing and circulation,
    • outer spiritual world. Breathing and circulation, with the
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
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    • nothing flows into it of soul-impressions that well up from the
    • concentrated on what our mind is focused. We know that nothing
    • completely new, something we are certain we have never thought
    • meditation enters his consciousness for the first time, nothing
    • experiences something akin to the forces of growth that turned
    • everything that evolves inwardly and represents the development
    • processes, we have something that shows us how the entire
    • appeared, and to permit nothing else to enter in. Then there
    • experience something like a spiritual being that
    • knowledge, which is something overpowering, in the same quiet
    • Experiencing something through inspiration differs greatly from
    • weaving and working. In this way one feels something
    • also of things on the physical earth, for example, the minerals
    • everything, there we recognize it in its essential, spiritual
    • everything that gives form and life to the human organism
    • organs for tasting, but if the process of breathing in and out
    • Oriental school, the school of Yoga, transformed breathing into
    • perception. By converting the breathing into a conscious, even
    • something like what we experience in seeing and hearing,
    • breathing process into a process of consciousness, of
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
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    • soul-spiritual element as something eternal, as the
    • here really consists in nothing else but continued energetic
    • confronts anything of the world absorbed through the
    • cognition. Everything of this kind has been removed. Thereby a
    • something that comes into being in the same condition as it is
    • something which during earthly life is continually passing over
    • thinking and conceiving were something quite different; they
    • its source in something else, which is its true nature. This is
    • cast these aside. But that means nothing less than gaining a
    • then to the actual core of man's being is something one learns
    • the will reveals itself so as to show that behind it something
    • behind willing there is something that in a certain sense
    • thinking and forming of ideas as of something that is dying,
    • indeed as something that is already dead, and we view it as the
    • one calls philosophy today is something extremely abstract, for
    • an earlier earth life, and what is now willing, something still
    • soul is revealed as something that leads an embryonic life.
    • have come from something else. Physiology indicates this
    • something else existed earlier. What inspiration
    • “Because that is something that does not explain its own
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture V: The Soul's Experiences in Sleep
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    • fore and is often spoken of in psychology. Everything in human
    • something absolutely real. What remains unconscious to ordinary
    • daytime, everything the soul receives through the senses, is
    • philosophy to which we should thus attain would be something
    • cosmos; rather, he experiences something like a
    • I said, I describe things as they appear to inspired
    • physical and etheric organizations in the systems of breathing
    • movements of our solar system pulse through our breathing and
    • impulses that have pulsated through breathing and circulation
    • stage of sleep something else happens. The soul receives
    • everything that has been good or bad in its dealings with other
    • These connections reappear, as does everything that has
    • continue to work as stimuli in the breathing and blood
    • perceiving such things through inspired cognition to
    • common sense could believe that birth and death are nothing but
    • his breathing and circulation need, or to acquire from the
    • soul being of the moon; these, to be sure, have something to do
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VI: The Transition from the Soul-Spiritual Existence in Human Development to the Sensory-Physical
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    • in ordinary consciousness he knows nothing of it. One can say
    • man, but something else is. At a certain stage of his
    • of everything earthly man possesses as his physical
    • something small that unfolds into a larger organism. But when I
    • one does here in the physical world. Everything is
    • illustrate this so that we can take something from human
    • cosmos. This cosmos is actually nothing else than his future
    • condition, everything representing our link with the developing
    • before it descends to earth. If you think of everything
    • of an inspiring and blissful nature. Truly, nothing small and
    • blissful existence. But everything that happens in celestial
    • something he once possessed is in the process of being lost,
    • object do not really exist for him and everything is
    • individual soul, something that the moon forces bring
    • something like the following thought springs to life: I must
    • possess it, this physical body, toward which everything
    • man's soul to which the cosmic revelations appear as something
    • earlier stage of divinely permeated consciousness. These things
    • everything that lives in the soul as a sense of privation
    • organism. It remains unconscious of everything that
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VII: Christ in His Relationship to Mankind and the Riddle of Death
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    • lies something immensely important and substantial.
    • eyes perceive something, we know with certainty that something
    • perceived something spiritually real when such images passed
    • something within him that had at the beginning of his earthly
    • riddle of death. For they no longer knew anything through
    • tradition. But those who knew something about the spiritual
    • things in the external world. Pure sense observation, as the
    • Concerning everything, however, that those men, who knew
    • something real about the spiritual world, could still speak
    • about in the first Christian centuries, nothing could now be
    • consciousness we cannot say that there is anything in our soul
    • consciousness, you perceive nothing of what can carry you over
    • into another world. Something of this nature may exist —
    • but with your ordinary consciousness you sense and know nothing
    • and accept the Mystery of Golgotha, must take something into
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VIII: Ordinary and Higher Consciousness
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    • thinking, feeling and willing is also extinguished. Everything
    • of things is naturally preserved as far as ordinary
    • physical organization. Everything that has occurred since
    • drawn out of the depths of the bodily organization, everything
    • first thing you actually lose are your memories. You have the
    • recall anything as in all experiences of ordinary
    • thoughts about it, and if you remember something of the past
    • things existing in time were spread out in space. Just as you
    • experience one thing alongside another simultaneously in sense
    • This is something that disappoints many people who do such soul
    • something. They assume that they can retain this view, that
    • everything into abstract ideas but rather speaks out of living
    • mention something personal here. I have perhaps spoken already
    • imagination of which man knows nothing, which remains
    • Something is reflected back to us from our physical body, and
    • therefore, experiences nothing substantial. There is no
    • when he confronts something of his past life — for
    • his life which reveals something that otherwise remains
    • consciousness have nothing to do with his bodily organs. He
    • does not lead away from ordinary consciousness to something
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IX: The Continuation of Ego Consciousness after Death in Relation to the Christ
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    • planetary movements stream through his breathing and
    • Man experiences nothing in waking consciousness of the ether
    • nothing of the impulses that come from the movements of
    • the planets and live as stimuli in his breathing, and pulse
    • through his blood circulation. Nothing comes to
    • experiences nothing of what is expressed in the constellations
    • life, something that we have already become familiar with. The
    • to transform our head organization into something spiritual. An
    • becomes. Finally, it turns into something comparable to a
    • is not active in the head organization but in everything that
    • of the physical body in which breathing, blood circulation and
    • breathing and in the blood circulation, but because it does not
    • through the breathing and blood circulation but does not
    • something continually takes place below in the unconscious that
    • penetrates man's rhythmic organism of breathing and blood
    • to bring the rhythmic system into consciousness, the breathing
    • breathing, considering it good or bad, wise or foolish. In the
    • made his brain into a breathing organ for a while and
    • what lives in man's breathing and blood circulation from
    • astral experiences that live in the breathing and blood
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture X: The Experience of the Soul's Will Nature
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    • breathing, the circulation and other rhythmic processes. In a
    • devoted entirely to the breathing and the blood
    • and see that it slips into the breathing and circulatory
    • nothing else intervened. We can therefore say that in this
    • something, then, the process that takes place in mere
    • combustion. Something in the configuration of my arm is
    • There, something similar also takes place, only much more
    • the subconscious sphere. Everything that a person does,
    • on this level, it only comes to an assessment. But something
    • something additional arises in the willing-soul. The judgement,
    • being in us. With this being, we possess something within us
    • something lasting is contained in this will nature of the
    • soul, something that was also present before man descended from
    • in part the animal kingdom — we find everything
    • just characterized. In everything that can be undertaken in
    • critics — that if anything is childlike in some respects
    • shaping of dreams, which is something that varies with each
    • before that. Just as we dream about something from the day just
    • thing or another; this experience of the past day still
    • things about that person. Dreams are not studied correctly. If
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