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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • Concerning the Soul-Life of Man, and the Perception of the Spiritual
    • WILL begin today with the soul-life of man, and lead on from thence
    • something of the very simplest. Let us consider the soul-life of a
    • Life of the Soul.
    • soul-life more intimately than was done in the Goetheanum
    • articles. Those four articles on the soul-life form a kind of
    • comprehensive way, we see how this soul-life can be raised to a level
    • specially helpful for the soul-life if we simply form a number of
    • their business (which of course is necessary for the outer life)
    • This life in thoughts
    • step forward in his whole life.
    • A second thing which man can develop in the inner life
    • our feeling of life is intensified while giving ourselves up to our
    • school, and in this way bring back into your life something which
    • life of nature, and he thus gains the impression that there is
    • There still exists something in the human soul-life
    • experienced of sorrow, pain or joy in his life, that too is
    • the earnestness of life, or even perhaps its many satisfactions. That
    • have undergone in life, and which has inwardly become memory in the
    • very attitude, brings something into our life which leads
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • The whole entrance of man into physical earthly life is
    • things in the past course of earthly life, is there anything in human
    • life that points us still further back? Can we look back to that
    • which lies before the entrance of man into earthly life?
    • towards extravagance, to absurdities of life, excesses, and so on.
    • life before earthly existence.
    • things which we meet with in life at every turn.
    • I have already indicated how the life of man can be
    • life was good or evil. Here in physical earthly life a man can
    • life. Why was this necessary? Why did such exalted beings as these
    • observe how all this is active in education and in the general life
    • are intimately connected with human life and have to be regulated.
    • regulation because it cannot be undertaken during man's earthly life,
    • and man, when outside his earthly life is not on the earth —
    • fullest sense of the word on the life of man before he
    • man with the spiritual in all the situations of life, and most of all
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • Inner Life of Nature, through Imagination and Will
    • The Life of Memory
    • during his life to that which, from the natural scientific point of
    • influences should play their part in the right way in human life. We
    • fashioned our souls; we are a result of our memory-life more than we
    • as to enter into the life of memory will see what a great part the
    • impressions of childhood play throughout the entire earthly life. The
    • part in conscious life, the time, for instance, during which we
    • development play a great part in the human soul-life throughout the
    • entire life on earth. Many things which rise up inwardly as thoughts
    • when they arise freely) all the life of memory within us is carried
    • memory-life is transformed during sleep. If man dreams it is just
    • because this transformed life of memory appears before his
    • which forms the chief content of the human astral soul-life unites
    • being. You take up what I have transformed during life from
    • made us smile. We have forgotten it but it forms part of our life of
    • means to about the seventh year of life — the soul-element
    • In the first seven years of life everything has been
    • the first seven years of life is essentially inherited. But after
    • especially for the child in the first periods of life, that it should
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • everyday life of earth. We can indeed understand Goethe quite well
    • what I may call universal invisible life, and this is something which
    • that these back-raying forces are active in that sphere of human life
    • the first years of its life a child learns to walk, speak, and think.
    • can observe in earthly life — this realization of itself as a
    • tendency from a former earth life. This reveals itself primarily in
    • life. Today I have shown you how the reflected forces of the metals
    • another, in this way showing the inner life of anthroposophical
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • and which we regard as non-living, lifeless; even this atmosphere
    • universe with cosmic ether, which gave it life. So that we have to
    • substance and giving it life.
    • structure appears in which man could specially have regained new life
    • the quartz. At that far-off time, however, because of the life which
    • life. One feels oneself, as has been said, united as a human being
    • themselves, had a life of their own and then disappeared into the
    • common earth-life. This was the case with all these beings. And out
    • creation he has become prepared for his life on earth as a thinking
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • certain sense at the starting-point of modern spiritual life, in that
    • his balance in life, must take part in that which to a certain extent
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • were of a deeply impressive kind for the human mind and soul-life.
    • soul-life of the pupil. Yet the pupil was held in the most intense
    • certainly care for what is necessary for life, but his soul was again
    • been said, recalled that which he had seen here or there in life, and
    • my sense of life. I am really split up in the world.” From this
    • In this whole life which he went through in the changing winter
    • in life, but which with great beauty rayed from the spiritual towards
    • have something in me which in my ordinary earth-life is claimed by my
    • ordinary life, he now recognized in his condition of consciousness a
    • consciousness: “Now Past and Future meet in my own soul-life.”
    • further behind in his pre-earthly life. Then he had to make quite
    • progress of his post-earthly life. And when he made the feeling of
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • the pre-earthly and of the post-earthly life, because he had gained
    • organic life.
    • that which formerly, as complete life-element, was experienced by the
    • life through heat, of life in heat was the most important thing. But
    • survey, an outlook over human pre-earthly and post-earthly life. It
    • gave them at the same time a survey over Cosmic life, into which man
    • taken up by men into their religious life, the news of what had taken
    • darkness was drawn over the spiritual life, in which men boasted
    • life. It is a most noteworthy phenomenon. Here is a young man who has
    • inner soul-life, for they are in very truth the last great Mysteries,
    • Hibernian Mysteries sank down into the shadow-life were at the same
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • spiritual life that which had originated in Hibernia was brought over
    • transpired in physical life. Less and less did humanity in general
    • the deepest spiritual life, is now based simply on an external
    • planetary life-force, through his own planetary warmth in such a
    • with its inner life-forces scatters lead in planetary space. Thereby
    • depths of the soul, and thou canst thus live a continuous life in the
    • again; thou canst so form thy inner life as to reproduce what thou
    • life.”
    • physical eyes, and preserve this throughout his earthly life; but he
    • hermit in his earth-life in spite of being inspired by Saturn with
    • earth carries today in itself, even in a lifeless condition, the lead
    • when he has only the dead aspect of that which was intended for life?
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • of human life. Man was to become a different being through knowledge,
    • connection. When he had developed such an intensified life of feeling
    • cutting deeply into human life. The natural scientist of those times
    • disposition to melancholy in the life of the soul is brought about
    • For the life of human beings is on account of this
    • evoked his attitude of mind at a given period in his life. He really
    • inner being, from what man himself is in his external life. At the
    • But not these corpses have now to be galvanized to life; the primeval
    • delegates, concerning the occult basis of the historical life of
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • directly with the life of nature, with the spirit of nature. These
    • If we trace the development of Greek life to that time
    • sense aroused into the full life of consciousness in the pupils the
    • divine beings, those Gods who stand there as the Essences, the life
  • 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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    • reference to their effect on the life of feeling. There was much of
    • the life and activity of nature this transforming process is also
    • tragic countenance, who cannot understand life, what meets us later
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • closely connected with the life of the individual human being, was
    • life, i.e., oxygen, and to which most of the other metals are so
    • which man really has his life, made a deep impression on the pupil of
    • cannot directly approach life. Now the sun too cannot directly
    • approach life; and it is well that neither gold nor the sun can
    • directly approach life. Then the pupil was gradually led to the fact
    • life, that therefore when in a certain dose it is introduced into the
    • life, especially in our modern age. A man can sit down like a piece
    • the breath of life — oxygen — is attracted by something
    • carbon dioxide for their life; and this carbon possesses the opposite



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