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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • knowledge? For the most part, in books, in writing. The path of
    • acquired and experienced quite apart from any relation to what
    • at all without our personality taking part in it. And as we grow into
    • in part, the events that befall us. And then, in the further lives
    • and ideas, and impart these to his fellow men. It might even be
    • way within the spiritual world only if his whole being participates
    • unable to feel any particular pleasure or satisfaction in it —
    • An agreement was come to, freely and willingly on the part of all,
    • that one of their number should undertake a particular field of
    • knowledge. When a particular field of spiritual research was allotted
    • to see their content as part of the spiritual world, then we begin to
    • individual, can experience by being on earth in a particular place
    • and at a particular time, is rooted in, and belongs to, a
    • play his part.
    • existence, we begin to see that we are counted upon to do our part,
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • out of obscure feelings and such like. Particularly the
    • Whereby does man feel himself to be part of the natural world
    • were not part of it with our own body, or if we could not
    • a part of these forces at a certain time. Electricity,
    • — The particulars about this you can read up in the above
    • taken part in the outer experiences but has withdrawn from the
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • soul or the eternal part of man, we very soon realise that, apart from
    • see nothing but the transient part of man.
    • As we shall find, however, even this transient part of man can never
    • star-strewn heavens and see a star, a planet at a particular spot in
    • one part of the picture — a part that gradually fades away before
    • parts.
    • movement. If we watch any particular planet, then the Ptolemaic
    • another has a nose of a particular shape; a third has mournful eyes; a
    • those parts of man's organism which enable him to move about in the
    • behind every part of him we see a world of spiritual, cosmic Beings.
    • learn the various parts of the skeleton — arms, hands, bones of
    • movements. You can see this revealed in every single part of the
    • The Moon, as the planet nearest to the Earth, exercises a particularly
    • strong influence upon one part of the animal: the skeleton develops,
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • incorrect to speak of the physical being of man apart from the soul
    • and spirit. The physical part of man, the physical body that we
    • what happens to it, for the particular way in which dissolution takes
    • whole human being, not merely part of him. The whole human being, in
    • more and more indefinite. In contrast to this, the other parts of the
    • body become singularly expressive — particularly the region where
    • Earth the most expressive part of man's being is found to be gradually
    • Universe, and the judgement then becomes a part of his destiny. And in
    • As time goes on, man becomes a part of the Cosmic Word itself. What at
    • into articulate parts of the Cosmic Word. Man “speaks forth”
    • when he begins gradually to depart from the Beings of the First
    • part of Earth existence, those who are living through the Midnight
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • what it really means is that there, in that particular direction, is a
    • part laid aside, for they are now in astral bodies. These primeval
    • Now the particular forces which are contained in this Moon environment
    • many human beings to undergo, at any rate in part, the experiences
    • man has its seat in the limb and metabolic system in the lower part of
    • his organism, that is to say, in the part of man that becomes after
    • a new and particularly vivid experience befalls man.
    • Mercury influences, for example, were particularly strong during the
    • Spartans. Yet everywhere in Greece the Sun, in its spiritual aspect as
    • existence acquires a particular significance for our age. It is
    • particularly in our age that the Beings who rule over the Universe
    • starry system that were particularly at work. In our time it is the
    • Beings who afterwards took their departure to the Moon and to-day
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • the heavens and some particular region of super-sensible life. As an
    • this region the spirit-form of the lower part of the human being is
    • part closely connected with himself. In the last lecture I told
    • through Mars he becomes part of the Cosmic Speech, he grows one with
    • of the metamorphosis of the lower man into the various parts of the
    • nor have you any occasion to be particularly proud of what you were
    • come to him through being born into a particular family and a
    • particular nation.
    • existence, when superhuman Teachers imparted superhuman wisdom to the
    • and birth. Man's embryonic life runs hand in hand with a particular
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • able to find at least a partial solution to the riddle, his soul will
    • vision goes into some high mountainous region that is particularly
    • part of our being, the metallic substances in the Earth can give rise
    • metamorphosis of our being; they have also their part in the whole
    • Earth, clothing himself in a physical, human body and partaking in the
    • behold also their working wherever fire has part in the process of
    • incandescent through the power of fire, played an essential part in
    • Seraphim and Cherubim. The Cherubim it is who play the chief part in



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