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  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • equally well express it, the relation of man's earthly life to his
    • life between death and a new birth. For seen from a human point of
    • view man's life between birth and death — interwoven as it is
    • represent this physical world itself. While the life of man between
    • and conclusions of great importance to human life.
    • were in advance. It is built up in the Spirit, in the pre-earthly life
    • what went before it in the pre-earthly life; then you will also
    • life, it is above all the head that is planned and formed. The other
    • the spiritual world in the pre-earthly life. It is in fact a pure
    • we have forgotten the pre-earthly life; we have adapted our organism
    • continued adaptation to the pre-earthly life.
    • planned and begun in the embryonic life. To walk upright, to enter
    • the next earthly life. Thus the fact of repeated earthly lives is
    • body — the body of the last earthly life. No-one understands the
    • earthly life. To understand man fully, all that we perceive about him
    • breathe in to fill ourselves with life. Then in a manner of speaking
    • we breathe out the air of death. For life is impossible in the air
    • the spiritual World through which we passed in the pre-earthly life.
    • image of what was formed in the pre-earthly life in spiritual worlds.
    • embryonic life. And we refresh once more what was impressed in our
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  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • over from the life before birth, and of the quality in the human soul
    • which is a seed for the life after death, the quality of love; and of
    • over from the life before birth, and of the quality in the human soul
    • which is a seed for the life after death, the quality of love; and of
    • like to speak of how man's life on earth is in a certain sense a reverse
    • image of those experiences. Human life on earth is understood only when
    • during earthly life, in so far as they can be related to experiences in
    • human thinking In short, my dear friends, here in earthly life there is
    • earthly life that we do not know the interior of our body by means of
    • spiritual life between death and a new birth the exact opposite
    • when in physical life we close our eyes and ears and go to sleep. If I
    • matter of recognising life on earth as an image of the super-earthly.
    • And the question necessarily arises: What takes place in earthly life
    • Hierarchies, Archangels? What is there in physical life that is like a
    • this experience of beings in the spiritual world when we enter life on
    • earth is an inclination towards the moral life. This inclination is
    • life on earth, had too dull an experience of this spiritual existence.
    • life remains in our soul as an echo of the becoming one with the beings
    • is more deeply connected than people think with the moral life. For
    • without the capacity for love there would be no moral life here on
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  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • In speaking of the life of the soul, a certain expression in common use
    • thus reveals itself in the life of the soul, so long as our
    • relies on these methods alone can ever carry his observation of the life
    • of the soul any further than that during waking life, ideas, feelings,
    • physical life on earth; we need look only at the condition of ordinary
    • sleep as it occurs every day of a man's life, and we shall be obliged to
    • in consciousness in ordinary day-to-day life, show so great a dependence
    • organic life predominates as such and during such time allows no ideas
    • dream and suggest how dreams appear to come out of the life of sleep and
    • to be simply remembered in the waking life. From the way the dream plays
    • through the life of sleep the conclusion might be drawn that the
    • developed as new faculties from out of the ordinary life of the soul we
    • subconscious or unconscious in man, namely the region of soul-life
    • being able thus consciously during waking life to experience in a
    • indeed towards a knowledge of the life of the soul. For all we can know
    • during waking life. We carry within us during the day, from waking until
    • affected by the influences of the sea much as during the life of day the
    • them in a quite definite and differentiated manner. In the life of day
    • that when you experience something consciously in waking life, a great
    • describe as a need of God — there is a reality in the life of soul
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  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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    • soul-spiritual being in pre-earthly life. The head is formed by plastic
    • forces, it is also developed very early during embryonic life, and it
    • for human life, basically it really means the whole of human life.
    • in man and coming to the head, we find a pace of life (lebenstempe)
    • the living water — in such a way that his own inner life presents itself
    • again in certain periods of our life in so far as these periods are
    • to respiration — the same way in life, in the whole becoming of life,
    • great importance for life. It means, for example, that everything we
    • up to the 35th year of life its vibrations in the head have completely
    • You see how in life things
    • a much slower activity of life than in that part which remains back
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture II
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    • as he stands in life from day to day and From the very ordinary side
    • First every trace of life
    • plant — have as life in themselves, has to be driven out. Only
    • of life, which exists in the animal or the plant from which we take
    • of by our own etheric body, so that it can be revived again. Life of
    • and so on, — and on the other side, there is religious life, which
    • itself only to the egotistic instincts of man for life after death.
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture III
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    • takes hold of man. One saw something like a struggle between life and
    • was life.
    • people--mostly spent all their life at the same place. Nevertheless
    • way. It was the light-filled age, and his whole cultural life was directed
    • life. The conception of man, in as far as it should be the foundation
    • we have around us the dead light we can bring the Christ in us to life.
    • on earth around us — we will carry life into the dead light, we
  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Lecture IV
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    • Planetary Spheres and Their Influence on Mans Life on Earth
    • Rememberance of Life before Birth
    • knowledge of human life confines itself to daytime existence,
    • knows only half the life of man; for things of the very greatest
    • borrowing the expression from conscious life — a yearning for
    • through a kind of reproduction or copy of the life of the stars
    • times, the conscious life that we lead in the daytime has for
    • in waking life. For you must understand that in his physical body man
    • on his life in the physical body, and his moral consciousness on his
    • life in the etheric body. And this leads us to distinguish two parts
    • derived. One part is warmth, light, chemical ether, life ether. But
    • and life, is a moral element — the moral essence of the cosmic
    • you have the one side of man's life, — what he is during sleep.
    • clear consciousness of the life he had lived ere he descended to
    • feeling of belonging to the life that is beyond the Earth. He knew
    • times. Consequently, while they had a consciousness of their life
    • life; let that be fully recognised. I want only to point out that the
    • from the spiritual world into earthly life. This excessive attraction
    • to the life of Saturn had given him the infirmity from which he was
    • of the pre-earthly life, of the life man lived in the spiritual
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  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Lecture V
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    • Planetary Spheres and Their Influence on Mans Life on Earth
    • during his earthly life; it is therefore difficult to tell in human
    • leads a wild and dissolute life. When a man has in this way become a
    • prey, during his earthly life, to the Ahrimanic powers, then
    • know, man generally goes forth to a super-sensible life — “I
    • Earth. Nor does the Jahve Being lose all part in man's life when man
    • the whole instinctive life of man. And Jahve — the Moon God, if
  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Lecture VI
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    • Planetary Spheres and Their Influence on Mans Life on Earth
    • Life after Death, Cosmic Midnight, Michael
    • prevailing consciousness of our time, during earthly life. Within and
    • earthly life, which is in fact always contained in the etheric body.
    • beholds the entire vista of his earthly life.
    • wanting to expand. Even during life, if we lost hold of our
    • physical body, in which it stays throughout our life, holds it
    • ether-body even during earthly life. Though it remains in the
    • ether-body as such. At once we have the panorama of our earthly life
    • received by Initiation Science even into earthly life. We learn to
    • human being rendered lifeless, while all the soul and spirit and the
    • etheric life that filled it hitherto have disappeared. The physical
    • time those of Birth. They lead the human being into earthly life and
    • birth to during earthly life — the bearer of our Karma.
    • connected with our deeds on Earth. And as we thus go through our life
    • I should not want to be undergoing this after-death life in any other
    • life itself looks different seen from this physical world where we
    • of earthly life to the life after death, which after all transcends
    • life this may be rightly judged. Seen from the other side however,
    • hindrances brought from a former life, making him in his head a very
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  • Title: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • life of the soul, a certain expression in common use today is made to
    • nature and being of what thus reveals itself in the life of the soul,
    • alone can ever carry his observation of the life of the soul any
    • further than that during waking life, ideas, feelings, impulses of
    • death — the two boundaries of physical life on earth; we need
    • of a man's life, and we shall be obliged to admit that, taking what
    • in ordinary day-to-day life, show so great a dependence upon bodily
    • life predominates as such and during such time allows no ideas or
    • dream and suggest how dreams appear to come out of the life of sleep
    • and to be simply remembered in the waking life. From the way the
    • dream plays through the life of sleep the conclusion might be drawn
    • life of the soul we are then in a position to bring clarity into a
    • subconscious or unconscious in man, namely the region of soul-life
    • life to experience in a similar manner to the way one experiences in
    • little indeed towards a knowledge of the life of the soul. For all we
    • during waking life. We carry within us during the day, from waking
    • as during the life of day the soul is affected by impressions of
    • differentiated manner. In the life of day you feel yourself as a
    • something consciously in waking life, a great deal is going on at the
    • the life of soul answering to each one of these descriptions. And
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  • Title: Lecture: Concealed Aspects of Human Existence
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    • acquirement of an inner life with the spiritual world, it is necessary
    • judging and evaluation of human life. This may not be admitted
    • the concealed aspects of his life; that they have not afforded him
    • what is most precious in the visible aspect of life. If this had been
    • existence that remain unconscious during earth life: those states of
    • existence in pre-earthly life and the life after death.
    • The sleep life takes place in such a way for man that, after the
    • dubious existence and a very dubious significance for human life, if
    • individual who, as a modern initiate, looks into the sleep life knows
    • how it is, but this does not make the life of sleep into something
    • the waking life depends first of all upon the fact that this feeling
    • experiences projected, so to speak, into physical life fill us with
    • waking life. And these instructions, which were expressed by the
    • over into his sleep life.
    • develop religion during waking life. If this religion is developed
    • during the waking life — and it was developed through the
    • souls and thus they carry these experiences over into the waking life
    • have during the night has its aftereffect in the waking life. It has
    • state over into their waking life, and this will principally
    • some kind of demoniacal gods — life does not run its course in
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  • Title: Exact Clairvoyance and Ideal Magic
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    • capacities of the human being which in ordinary life and
    • have in ordinary life and strictly observe the scientific
    • education or through life itself. Even as from childhood
    • ordinary life to penetrate into the higher worlds. This is
    • to a higher life. This is possible by methods which, as
    • of life they emerge from man's inner being and then we know
    • of existence unless they had been brought into life through
    • are able to unfold an inner life independently of the
    • ears, and our other sense-organs, if we unfold this life which
    • is inwardly just as intensive as the ordinary life of the
    • the body, but within our inner self. A new life awakens within
    • when we are asleep in ordinary life, with the senses closed
    • life we are only aware of what we take in through our senses.
    • life, when we look out info our world, there must be the light
    • life, which we ordinarily review in memory, which we can
    • falls upon our whole earthly life, but so that we stand within
    • out of the images of our earthly, life. These images, however,
    • our own being, the course of our own life and the etheric part
    • were, after death (for in the face of the life of the cosmos
    • to survey the supersensible part of life's course on earth,
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  • Title: First Steps in Supersensible Perception
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    • in man during his everyday life and ordinary scientific pursuits are
    • ordinary life and exactitude of method is strictly adhered to during
    • education and through life and now possess, as an adult human
    • why it is that in his ordinary life the human being is unable to
    • can only know the past of our earthly life in recollection or
    • birth, but at a certain moment in life it emerges from within the human
    • senses he can unfold an inner life as active and intense as the life of
    • these outer senses, an inner life consisting not merely of shadowy
    • awakening to a life not outside the body but within the innermost core of
    • inner life and being, we find that in ordinary existence we really only
    • tell us nothing whatever about our inner life and being. With ordinary
    • light which illumines our own inner life and being last as in the
    • in consciousness into every moment of his life and he thereby unfolds an
    • previous earthly life, whereas in ordinary-circumstances he merely
    • recollects this earthly life in shadowy thoughts. The whole course of his
    • earthly life, but pictures which, with creative power, shape this earthly
    • life itself, shape and mould the very organism and its activities. He
    • embraces the course of our life hitherto and also the etheric realities
    • experiences in advance the conditions which in the normal life of man set
    • earthly life between birth and death. [Note 2]
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  • Title: The Relation of Anthroposophy to Christianity
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    • begin with, of the character of the religions life, of the religious
    • of spiritual life and culture in which religion and science were a
    • life, we share with others, thoughts that are either of our own shaping
    • prepare for another life on Earth. The aim of these godlike Teachers in
    • ancient times knew with complete certainty in certain moments of life
    • When my actions and life are concerned only with what exists here, on the
    • achievements in earthly life. “In deepest piety of heart, put your
    • perfect all shortcoming of earthly life, Who takes away from you the
    • feeling died away and must in our time be called to life again.
    • Science is able to investigate the life of man as it was in those far
    • pre-earthly life, he was aware only of dependence, he had no feeling of
    • a matter of understanding man and man's life on Earth.
    • learn to contemplate in a picture from which every element of sense-life
    • knowledge streams into the life of feeling, becomes holy awe; it becomes
    • begin with, was supersensible vision in the life of soul is transformed
    • transitional stage, when he resolves to speak of his inner life, he
    • he must enter life anew, as though he must pass through a second,
    • drawn together in the social life through their recognition of Him. For
    • life.
    • the social life when men's actions are performed in the name of Christ
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