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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • what he has used up in his body; and in this metamorphosis of the
    • body; he begins, so to say, to devour himself. Certain illnesses are
    • nourishment, driven to feed on our own body.
    • body, just as here in the physical world we have around us beings who
    • have, like ourselves, a physical body. The spiritual world and its
    • find our way into our body, to grow increasingly one with it, so do
    • speak — lose ourselves in our body; soul and spirit are
    • surrendered to the body and we lose consciousness of them. The
    • concerned, for we are obliged to make use of the body as long as we
    • undergo in himself a development wherein the body acts as a
    • hindrance. For the body would wrench us away from the spiritual
    • body. Suppose we meet someone, and the meeting leads to a friendship
    • expression in the physical body (there we carry the results of what
    • we have laid down our physical body and gone through the gate of
    • body; and in forming it we build, from within, our own destiny. For
    • a harmonious soul-and-spirit nature, to form the new body in perfect
    • body in a clumsy and awkward fashion, from embryo up to adult age.
    • make use of the body as an instrument, and according as we use it
    • effect a change in the physical body, but when it passes over into
    • body we feel at home in the world of the senses. And it is this
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  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • body. Everything that exists in our surroundings as natural
    • were not part of it with our own body, or if we could not
    • attribute a special value to it. Therefore nobody should
    • one's own body, one feels, one feels it sometimes painfully
    • symbols about my own body and its processes, I cannot be in my
    • body, for then I would not experience it. Therefore I must be
    • outside my body in such a case. The picture in any case shows
    • the body. And furthermore they argued: When I dream in any,
    • is separated from the physical body. For firstly man cannot be
    • united with his body if the occurrences of the body, even
    • must then be outside his body. But again, we must also be
    • outside our body, when we have the first kind of dreams, and in
    • kind. That means we must actually be outside our physical body
    • are outside the body: that, which the dream is showing us
    • interior. How can we, when sleeping we are outside our body, be
    • the same which we are in the interior of our physical body? So
    • our body, but that does not assert itself. We are initially not
    • rightly deduced that we are outside our body when we dream, but
    • outside our body, that is not the case, although they believed
    • formerly experienced within the body, and our own body in
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  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • world or substances from within the body itself — at these points
    • does an intelligible picture of the human body rise up before our
    • animal's body. Take the skeleton of a mammal. You have the bones of
    • him; it was anchored, as it were, in his ether body. He was not
    • this archetypal picture have the same effect as a radiant body
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • and spirit. The physical part of man, the physical body that we
    • At death the physical body is laid aside. We need not stay to consider
    • the physical body, whether it be through burning or through
    • say here that the physical body dissolves away into outer Nature, into
    • the forces of outer Nature. The etheric body also dissolves, quite
    • body become singularly expressive — particularly the region where
    • we tell each other what we know. Our words live in the physical body
    • another, to which our ether body belongs, that pervades and permeates
    • the physical body. This second world is imperceptible to man's
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • Moon. The heavenly body we know as the Moon is therefore the colony,
    • neighbourhood of the human being. For the Moon is the heavenly body of
    • freedom, but also to feel in our body the power to make the body
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • the spirit-germs for the new body are added — for the breast
    • germ of the future body, the heart in man is a spiritual being, a
    • ten lunar months in the body of the mother. And the Moon evolution
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • point of view, standing there in his physical body, enclosed by his
    • became one with the very body of the Earth. And as you listen inwardly
    • given over, with our body, to the elements. Between death and a new
    • Earth, clothing himself in a physical, human body and partaking in the
    • body. But suppose we are looking at a metal that is passing, under the
    • child and how its body rises into the upright position that it may
    • upright, how his limbs and body orientate themselves to the dynamics
    • the coming-into-being of the Earth's body. The Thrones, above all,



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