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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • The Experience of Thinking
    • The Experience of Feeling
    • The Experience of Gesture
    • far in their thinking as to experience in it an image of the outer
    • this thinking which is within us would have to be able to experience
    • same way as the table or chair is outside of us and is experienced.
    • book thinking is so experienced that within the experience of
    • experiences thinking, he is living, even if at first somewhat
    • thinking experience with the cosmic secrets is the root-nerve of
    • but it is meant to imply that when a man really experiences thinking,
    • acquire this experience of thinking, he rests no longer within the
    • Thus he reaches what may be called etheric experience.
    • When a man enters into this experience he really makes a noteworthy
    • If however we have acquired the experience of thinking
    • thinking which experiences itself within him he extends himself
    • This is a very important experience which a man may have
    • you have this experience in thinking you must comprehend yourself.
    • really makes his memories an inner experience, then again a quite
    • definite experience results. The experiencing of thinking already
    • When, however, he passes on to the experience in memory,
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • the soul back into former experiences; thinking leads the soul, as I
    • this consists in what we experienced at an early age being carried
    • Ahrimanic physiognomy. That must remain a purely psychic experience
    • experience a weighing down of our will in mist.
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • Experience of Day and Year
    • way in which our experiences have become memories has really
    • and out of each other. Experiences which lie far asunder in time and
    • left out of certain experiences altogether. In this way the whole
    • experiences into memories. You take up these memories of mine when I
    • countenance; finer experiences are not imprinted in the physiognomy
    • what he experiences in his inner being as memories is of enormous
    • again into the experiences of one's youth. In this connection you can
    • one may have personal experiences. For instance, it was of immense
    • school-book with the damaged pages, with all that I experienced
    • something dreadful, all that one could experience through this
    • which one recalls; it is rather a question of having experienced them
    • also experience something else. You will experience in a true vision
    • yourself you will experience the situation as if spread out in space,
    • which you had previously experienced in time. Suppose, for instance,
    • that you evoke before your soul a scene which you once experienced,
    • experienced inwardly. What was then around you externally now meets
    • experienced. Recall it vividly. Then in the night you find yourself
    • experienced at that time.” External space is added to the
    • soul-experience, when you make your memories active in this way.
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • he speaks of his experience among these primeval mountains. He speaks
    • experiences of the cosmos in this crystal covering.
    • the soul. Thus, through this experience of living ourselves into the
    • whole inner relationship of the earth with the cosmos, to experience
    • experienced as something independent; and this experience has much,
    • experiences the quartz and other rocks of the primeval mountains in
    • himself lives, feels and projects himself in experience into the
    • wonderful and deep experience as he may have in the stimulus to be
    • has experienced in its passage through Saturn, Sun and Moon. We must
    • let the metals relate to us what were the experiences of the earth.
    • The experiences of the whole planetary system (I have already spoken
    • speak more of the personal experiences of the earth. They speak of
    • what the earth has experienced as a cosmic personality. Thus, if I
    • fundamental things can be experienced in the case of those beings who
    • that concerning the past experiences of the earth itself the ordinary
    • the same time one has another experience. One learns in his actions
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • recall a pain which we experienced in childhood — and that is
    • experience this process of the becoming green and fading away as
    • memory, one can see this as one's own experience just as one can see
    • the case I have just given you as an experience of a short earthly
    • he has, as his own, this cosmic or at least tellurian experience he
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • same word descends into man so that he might experience inwardly the
    • closely to the intimate inner feeling and personal experiences of the
    • word. He had to experience the following: From the word there mounts
    • experienced.
    • experienced by man that he hears it. He experiences it inwardly. Only
    • you must conceive of it as inner experience. He hears it. This
    • In actual fact man experiences in memory, through the
    • orchestra, which resounds in a most wonderful symphony. I experienced
    • an inner experience. He perceived it as part of his own being. In
    • he had experienced in the arising of the plants.
    • This was the remarkable thing: man experienced the
    • then experienced the universe as if in himself. The Word was at the
    • Year's Eve. That is an experience, painful though it is, which leads
    • to experience in thyself the mystery of the macrologos.”
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • all that we experience as difficulties if we have really gained
    • All that can be thus experienced, which he only knows
    • was to be experienced by the pupils.
    • The second thing that they had to experience in their
    • Through these statues the pupils experienced the
    • pupils by what they thus experienced. They were often brought before
    • and made to test the statue, to experience for himself the Elasticity
    • regards happiness were experienced, there arose in the pupil a
    • certain longing. Indeed, to experience such things signifies much
    • more than the mere words which I now use express. Such experience
    • sensations in inner meditative experience. Thus the same scale of
    • sensations can be experienced by him which was gone through in the
    • a kind of probation in which both experiences worked together, on the
    • together of these experiences, they were led as far as possible at
    • tremendous deepening which his mind experienced and endured, was
    • fact his experience brought him into that region which the soul
    • experiences when it feels: I stand now before the Power which guards
    • he experienced that which now came from the mouth of the priest and
    • experience inner happiness, inner fullness — I would rather say
    • meaning — after the pupil, through all that he had experienced,
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • world and man, for the inner soul-experiences of which I had to speak
    • experiences he attains to certain conquests, essentially strengthens
    • sensations and soul-experiences the pupil was conducted on the
    • described the Initiator was able to cause the experiences he had gone
    • he had experienced through the male statue, through the female
    • fashion to the experience of the impression which he had received
    • coined for initiation experiences such as these. Hence much that is
    • significance. That which the pupil at first experienced when he gave
    • and again brought into this echo, and he then experienced this
    • When the pupil had experienced this kind of numbness for a
    • experienced this kind of numbness, and this being taken up by the
    • within myself;” when the pupil had experienced this long enough
    • numbness, for now he received, according to his experiences echoing
    • his skin. Here especially when he experienced his sense of feeling,
    • to him this remarkable experience, so that he said: “There is
    • sense-experiences. And out of all this there arose in his ego the
    • experience: “Why have I my senses?”
    • This whole peculiar experience was such that the pupil
    • him, out of all this experience the pupil gained a unified condition
    • have experienced in my Mystery Winter-wandering that which in the
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • the human mind, into what the human mind can experience through its
    • between experience at that time and experience today. Today we feel
    • state of numbness. And when he had experienced all in the suitable
    • experience, he felt all which was to be felt from the earth in his
    • principle, something inwardly experienced, which united itself much
    • as to inner experience of the in-streaming sunlight. In earlier times
    • the rose then he would experience something like a weak shadow of
    • that which formerly, as complete life-element, was experienced by the
    • individual man. And that was the experience of the sun-existence
    • which preceded the Moon-existence. Thus the pupil could experience
    • had experienced something like the stripping off of his whole
    • organism, and lived only in the experience in the senses, so that he
    • And this experience was gone through by the pupil when
    • the experience which now led him into his own inner being, first, to
    • experience again what I have described as the sensation of inner
    • compare the condition with something corresponding to the experience
    • experience. If I am to characterize this experience for you I must d
    • love. You experience this heat as something bodily pleasant. You do
    • not experience it as something for the soul. It is the same with the
    • the nature-soul experiences as earth-man with ordinary consciousness.
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • Mysteries of Hibernia, they had of necessity to experience a physical
    • within thee what thou didst experience ten or twenty years ago. Thy
    • thou didst experience twenty years ago, and canst cause this to live
    • didst experience in thy surroundings at any particular time of thy
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • discovered and experienced through the warm air in the heights, so
    • approaches nature, he could, through the deeper experience of its
    • When the inner experience of the pupil had been deepened
    • the moon experienced as she went through her orbit round the Zodiac,
    • these experiences were related by the flowers on the earth. The
    • experienced the effect of chilling water. He had experienced this
    • chilling, and through this experience he had acquired his knowledge
    • and experienced what they so mysteriously relate; and through the
    • metals he experienced the secrets of the entire planetary system. For
    • experienced something different from the present. He was filled with
    • races upon the earth. I see in what man experiences by reason of his
    • I experience the secrets of the Zodiac in the manifold
    • of the immediate world which he experienced, but he experienced it
    • experienced nature. The following instruction could now be added to
    • Here in Macedonia he experienced only cold dampness or
    • experiences on his warlike expeditions. Try and think of the
    • experience, and this personal experience consisted in a certain inner
    • I experience the secrets of the Animal Circle (Zodiac)
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • have experiences in this cosmos, they it is who bring about the
    • the Kabiri was experienced by means of the mantric words in which the
    • of speech, he finally came to that stage of inner experience in which
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
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    • the time of the Mystery of Golgotha anyone who was to experience
    • self-denial, pain and suffering, and to experience many tragic
    • you see, that would be absurd; and to experience astrological things
    • experienced the metamorphosis of oxalic acid into formic acid, when
    • themselves. In this way was experienced the process which results in
    • When they experienced with their being this transition
    • into his cognition, he experienced the tragedy of no longer being
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • to experience the triviality of our modern consciousness which we
    • Mysteries was then led to experience the opposite pole of gold, the
    • definite experience in his soul, an experience which led to
    • vanished into the abyss of human knowledge and experiences.”
    • closely connected with man. What was it then that man experienced in
    • ancient times in this connection? He experienced not merely how gold
    • work in man. In olden times man experienced these things in the very
    • circulation of the blood in his body. He experienced them in a
    • whole earth. He really experienced that when he felt the blood
    • So the medieval investigators experienced this loss of
    • these medieval investigators underwent this experience when they



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