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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • conditioned from any part of physical earthly space, but by the whole
    • spiritual way. The blossoms become transparent. The spiritual part of
    • painting I can really only do so as regards the lower part of the
    • unless I can draw the upper part in such a manner that I think of it
    • as borne in from outside. Our brow, the upper part of our head is
    • lower part of the countenance was always so represented as having
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • those characteristics which play so great a part in the soul, and
    • soul part of man, the ego and the astral body.
    • in Ancient Greece, the distinction between the Spartans and the
    • worked so as to bring about different results for the Spartans and
    • way by the Spartans and in a different way by the Athenians. By the
    • Spartans it was above all considered necessary to allow the boys to
    • by means of the body alone. Therefore the Spartan boy was urged to do
    • sunlight in the right way. To the Spartans it was a matter of
    • The Spartan boy was so treated that his skin was made
    • beautiful words. The Spartan boy, on the other hand, was shut up in
    • have content. The Spartan speeches, which were but seldom heard, were
    • undertake these exercises you will understand better that part of my
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • influences should play their part in the right way in human life. We
    • as to enter into the life of memory will see what a great part the
    • part in conscious life, the time, for instance, during which we
    • development play a great part in the human soul-life throughout the
    • that space plays no part in these things; no matter how far the rose
    • made us smile. We have forgotten it but it forms part of our life of
    • case that the spiritual inner part of nature takes into itself of our
    • childhood only the soul part. Other things also of course hold good.
    • is not taken up from the child into the inner part of nature will be
    • his material part he gradually throws off. After seven or eight years
    • tree may give us particular pleasure; and if the will becomes warm in
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • into very many separate parts. One would like to imagine, and indeed
    • great part of the cosmos, that with this crystallized water
    • everywhere reflections fall to the earth of parts of the starry
    • we call our earth-body with all its various parts was once in the
    • which I carry about on me is a finger only as long as it is a part of
    • of Imaginative cognition when it is applied to the hardest part of
    • the most part it is high-flown matter that comes from spiritualist
    • regarding this evolution originated for the most part, in the way
    • can listen by penetrating spiritually into the inner part of the
    • something to do with these communications imparted to us, naturally
    • metal-miners, for instance, and in this way he acquired a great part
    • a few metals. It is known, for instance, that iron plays a great part
    • earth, apparently play no part in the human organism, according to
    • super-homeopathic part of the lead which passes over continually into
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • It is particularly interesting to look back to what
    • oxygen and nitrogen play the chief part, carbon and hydrogen play a
    • less important part, and sulphur and phosphorous a still less
    • a remarkable manner, e.g. in one part there appears a large structure
    • in which man would be suffocated, in another part another large
    • they were no longer merely outline forms. The silicious part fell
    • the earliest part of the Lemurian epoch we have those gigantic
    • In this way the idea comes to us how the flinty part of
    • deposited in the wax-like substance of which I have spoken. But apart
    • the smallest particle which we look at under the microscope there
    • forces worked on many parts of this albumen in such a way that they
    • in the later part of the Lemurian epoch.
    • partly removed. In these surroundings such an animal flew or swam, it
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • of the earth, then he feels everything which then happened as part of
    • an inner experience. He perceived it as part of his own being. In
    • in a very particular sense, that which stood here on the Dornach hill
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • candidates for Initiation, in the particular way in which instruction
    • his balance in life, must take part in that which to a certain extent
    • elastic material, compressible in every part. The pupils were made to
    • press the statue in every part. Through this action, it revealed
    • of Ephesus, a part of which was brought before the pupils during a
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • a condition of the Moon-organization at a particular time. There were
    • Those Beings who at that time partly went through their
    • human stage, who have only to accomplish part of their human
    • counterpart can be perceived today. This astral element united itself
    • each individual part. For if you only observe a little, you will
    • his internal parts in reaction to the pleasant in-streaming sunlight.
    • another body which also imparts something of itself. The
    • then at a particular moment he had suddenly a quite peculiar
    • out there, through particular climatic conditions, demons come in all
    • comes to light in this case only, in a particular example often
    • time spiritually surrounded with a thick rampart, so that the human
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • as part of his organization. He also carries other metals within him,
    • the earth also had a part in these metals and their forces, just as
    • how the human part of thee would suffer if thou didst not carry
    • didst experience in thy surroundings at any particular time of thy
    • moon the radiating silver. Thou dost only bear within thee that part
    • cosmos, in that thou hast another part of thy being; when thou dost
    • being. Here on the earth thou art only a part human being; the other
    • part the Father carries round his head and in his arms before thee.
    • Moon time of the earth played a part in their ancient form. Tin
    • played a part in a combination with gold during the Sun time of the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • innermost part of his being. The word “outside” then
    • of the metals still formed part of the instruction given, even at the
    • other colours, and he felt that he participated in this lead-grey
    • thyself as part of that.” Through this feeling he came
    • to one part of the earth and cold damp to another part, thereby
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • them from one particular point of view.
    • part of a complete organism.
    • ordinary earthly substance, it was part of a divine body which was
    • and of the earth as part of this cosmos.
    • itself, and then imparted its form to the rising smoke, the incense
    • similar to quicksilver, or at any rate that some particular metal was
  • 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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    • dim twilight of the inner part of some Temple, and from thence sent
    • the oxalic acid an equal part of glycerin. We then heat the oxalic
    • man's organism, especially in that part of the organism which
    • digestive tract, and the part where the formic acid flows we can
    • being in intimate connection with the sick part of a man. All this
    • we find a faint echo of this in the first part of Faust in the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • particularly complete in itself, but because it can to a certain
    • in the most civilized parts of the earth at that time. The spiritual
    • carbon played an enormous part in the ancient Mysteries. On the one
    • investigating first part of the liver and then part of the brain,
    • part, a great role was played in the ancient Mysteries by this
    • of which I gave an instance in the last lecture of the particular
    • imparted by tradition. But that was not the important thing. He who
    • philosophy of Aristotle, and which then played such an enormous part

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