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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • knowledge of the super-sensible. Certain preparatory inner experiences
    • something he has discovered out of his own experience, it will
    • experience, so much so indeed that it is regarded as genuine only if
    • acquired and experienced quite apart from any relation to what
    • basing our conclusion on the facts of experience. Once we have come
    • become changed when we begin to have immediate experience of the
    • a familiar everyday experience. Normally, man takes nourishment, and
    • immortal soul, finding our way to what we shall experience in the
    • what we experienced there before we came down to earth. It is almost
    • Now we shall find that the experience I have described
    • it does to an intensive development of the experience of
    • ethical quality of our experience. There in the spiritual world we,
    • one must be an artist; but to experience the beauty and inner content
    • experience, stands alone; and all he can do is to clothe it in words
    • moment when he passes beyond his own spiritual experience between
    • experience that can befall anyone who comes into a similar situation.
    • a matter of knowledge — but the experience.
    • comparatively quickly, to have experiences in the spiritual world.
    • But presence of mind is needed to grasp these experiences. With the
    • attention to some experience, it is gone again. Presence of mind is
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  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • but we experience uncertainty about this whole spiritual world
    • when he must have experiences in the world which must not pass
    • albeit in a picture. What one has experienced has imprinted
    • itself onto our life of concepts, of feeling. We experience as
    • There are two things which man experiences as pictures in a
    • dream. Initially pictures of experiences which we went through
    • and shows us the one or other thing which we experienced many
    • which we experienced is conjured up to us in dream in a chaotic
    • body, for then I would not experience it. Therefore I must be
    • experienced with it, nor the occurrences of human life which I
    • have experienced, in quite a different order.
    • inside the reminiscences of our experiences, be together with
    • not alter the connection in which experiences have occurred.
    • the same way we must be inside our experiences in the second
    • with our experiences of soul when we dream. In so far that
    • compositions of its experiences. The former psychologists have
    • formerly experienced within the body, and our own body in
    • experiences from our life that can be separated from one
    • true imitator of dream in full consciousness, experiences that
    • persists in this one will also come more and more to experience
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  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • upon experience in and observation of the spiritual. Such a science is
    • But now there is another and essentially different experience that
    • remembering what we do and experience is lacking, we are not in good
    • where we experience the formative activities of the planetary system,
    • knowledge as is immediate present experience compared with remembered
    • experience. We perceive that while we are beholding the form-giving
    • After death, every human being must necessarily experience such
    • experience. In what way it becomes actual experience the coming
    • experiences after death, sends out a spiritual light which lights up
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • contact with the Beings of the Third Hierarchy is thus an experience
    • we perceive how little joy they experience in meeting them. We observe
    • and so on. We have of course experienced this already in the first
    • the second period the experience is of a kind that leads us to say:
    • spirit-forms of which I have spoken. This experience becomes more and
    • experiences they have undergone together in the past, and the germs
    • too of future experience, are carried with them into the spiritual
    • human beings have experienced on Earth and are now experiencing after
    • we feel ourselves one with the destinies we have experienced, both in
    • inwardly to his experiences. These revelations of destiny can be seen
    • souls bound together by destiny experience during their spiritual Sun
    • reflection of it in the feeling we experience when we find one another
    • experience on Earth together with other human beings — we are to
    • experience during the middle period of time between death and rebirth.
    • ordinary sense-perception. You have inner experience of this force of
    • certain other things. You experience within you, albeit in feelings
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • through the gate of death; here his first experiences are undergone.
    • the first impression that is experienced by the human being, the first
    • judgements passed upon him. For man really feels the experience as a
    • The third experience makes an impression which never leaves the human
    • experience. The Ahrimanic beings speak to them of the primeval
    • This experience makes a profound and lasting impression. Once again
    • rejected.” Powerful and acute is the experience that comes thus
    • many human beings to undergo, at any rate in part, the experiences
    • these matters with Imaginative perception have tragic experiences. For
    • a new and particularly vivid experience befalls man.
    • comes another experience.
    • experience befalls man that teaches him to speak of a world beyond
    • It is an intensely living experience, not so much now of one's own
    • the centuries, it may well be that you have a curious experience. You
    • moment an intimate experience of this kind. You seem to know all about
    • sphere, you experienced most vividly your connection with earthly
    • experience the Earth from the Sun. That is one factor. The
    • experiences through which man passes between death and rebirth.
    • The experiences of man in the super-sensible world can be described in
    • together. In the same way must the descriptions of man's experiences
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  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • experiences through which the human being passes, after his time in
    • Before he reaches the Sun sphere, man's experiences are for the most
    • having entered the Sun region man undergoes an experience which I
    • in the Sun existence. Every experience man has is like
    • Then a further experience comes to us, an experience which reveals
    • connected with the inner life and experience of the soul. To speak
    • “d.” The whole experience is contained in the word itself.
    • actual experience is any longer connected with words. If we wanted to
    • experience the word “B-a-d” we should have to say: “The
    • is filled through and through with soul; man's inner experience of
    • Eurythmist begins again to experience speech. One may cherish
    • existence, having experienced the shrill discord set up by earthly
    • experience in his passage through Jupiter.
    • experience the cosmic Word, is now transformed into spiritual
    • long before man enters upon earthly existence he experiences, as we
    • being is experienced by man in communion with the sublime Sun Beings
    • earthly existence. The experience is one of infinite grandeur and
    • being experiences in this phase of existence. In a certain respect his
    • soul and spirit which he has become at this moment of his experience
    • heart where it is unconsciously experienced by man, so at this point
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  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • impressions and sense experiences signify in life. Studies such as we
    • experience, beginning at the same time to feel ourselves one with the
    • of oneness with the Cosmos, we must carry the experience further. An
    • this experience of oneness with the silicious rock, we no longer see
    • eludes them. It is quite impossible to experience, or to have any
    • to wonderful experiences. The copper, silver and gold within the Earth
    • ago. You feel as if you were living through past experiences, as if
    • An exactly similar experience arises — but on a majestic scale
    • out into the cosmic spaces; in this new experience it is as though you
    • Now this experience leads us on to see quite clearly why it is that we
    • Let us look back once more at the experience we had with the silicious
    • last does full clarity come from the marvellous experience of
    • understand all the experiences we have had on Earth in connection with
    • One of the most wonderful experiences man can have is to be able to
    • birth. But there is still a further experience that can befall us as
    • Then we can go a step further. I have described the experiences that

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