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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
    • the transition to Plato and Aristotle, the soul striving in the Middle
    • 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
    • thoughts as to how the outer world is reflected in our soul, for in
    • of his soul is the power not to be stimulated immediately in his
    • carry out something of this kind you change the whole mood of soul
    • In this way man really unites his soul with the external
    • There still exists something in the human soul-life
    • this is. Memory gives our soul its colouring. We can know quite
    • gives the soul its colouring.
    • what has remained as memory in the soul and has given the soul a
    • which remains in the soul as the result of the power of memory passes
    • soul.
    • fairly easy to bring before our soul-vision things which we
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • The Activity of the Soul-Nature in Physical Man
    • the transition to Plato and Aristotle, the soul striving in the Middle
    • we seek to continue the study of the soul-nature to which we devoted
    • the soul-nature in physical man in reference to those things which we
    • the soul back into former experiences; thinking leads the soul, as I
    • advanced to the revelation of the soul and spirit in the physical.
    • a taking possession of the physical by the soul and spirit, and if,
    • those characteristics which play so great a part in the soul, and
    • soul part of man, the ego and the astral body.
    • body, is but a kind of shadowy picture, but on the soul's feeling and
    • the head of man appears but faintly to the gaze of the soul. The rest
    • conceal the fact as to whether good or evil prevails in his soul, but
    • morally evil united with his soul bears a physiognomical expression
    • physiognomy of Ahriman because he has carried moral evil in his soul
    • psychically blind to those human souls who have passed through the
    • out of man the spirit and soul, so that he should no longer trouble
    • of soul and spirit. The Ahrimanic beings on the other hand prefer not
    • to trouble at all about the soul and spirit of man; but that which is
    • soul and spirit, descends to the earthly sphere from his pre-earthly
    • worked indirectly on the soul and spirit. But this took place in one
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • the transition to Plato and Aristotle, the soul striving in the Middle
    • memory, fashions man within as regards the soul. In reality, far more
    • than we think we are fashioned as soul-beings by our memories. The
    • fashioned our souls; we are a result of our memory-life more than we
    • development play a great part in the human soul-life throughout the
    • which forms the chief content of the human astral soul-life unites
    • Thus we can really say: During sleep our soul with its
    • means to about the seventh year of life — the soul-element
    • childhood only the soul part. Other things also of course hold good.
    • The soul-element which we develop during our early childhood (for
    • material revelation of the soul and spirit in man. It is a fact that
    • expresses his inner soul-life in his physiognomy and gestures, for
    • his memories outside his soul into nature, as also his gestures and
    • dialogues with the nature-spirits, and enter into the soul of the
    • lives in human souls, and in reality human life is very intimately
    • itself felt in the life of our soul.
    • a scene which you have inwardly lived through and evoked in the soul.
    • that you evoke before your soul a scene which you once experienced,
    • changing. Call up inwardly in your soul one such scene which you
    • 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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    • soul-being extends everywhere down into the depths of the rock, and
    • man’s soul reflected in this hard rock. Finally he receives the
    • sense-impression which is thus received there arises in the soul the
    • the soul. Thus, through this experience of living ourselves into the
    • it in the Feeling-Soul.
    • approach those souls who are living between death and re-birth
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • the transition to Plato and Aristotle, the soul striving in the Middle
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • the transition to Plato and Aristotle, the soul striving in the Middle
    • brought before our souls in the last two lectures, look for a while
    • brought before the soul of the pupil by means of his own speech it
    • heart and soul in the right way for that age what could then be made
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • face in their souls all the difficulties of knowledge. All that
    • consciousness on this path of knowledge were brought before the souls
    • souls was how little of that which by the usual way of consciousness
    • as a Soul-Eye. The head as Soul-Eye represented microcosmically the
    • a great riddle should in some way or other become solved in his soul,
    • before the statues in their whole soul and in their whole spirit as,
    • fact his experience brought him into that region which the soul
    • silence had listened to that which his own soul could say to him
    • this had passed through his soul, to cling, as it were, with his
    • whole soul to this Image, to live with the Cosmic Power which was
    • soul, of mind, shutting out that which here in the physical world
    • annihilated. And the soul swung backwards and forwards between one
    • And this stamped itself quite deeply into the souls and
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • the transition to Plato and Aristotle, the soul striving in the Middle
    • world and man, for the inner soul-experiences of which I had to speak
    • were of a deeply impressive kind for the human mind and soul-life.
    • sensations and soul-experiences the pupil was conducted on the
    • soul-life of the pupil. Yet the pupil was held in the most intense
    • soul-freezing, an actual benumbing of soul, a soul-stiffening, which
    • echo within him — a soul numbness which felt like a bodily
    • certainly care for what is necessary for life, but his soul was again
    • of soul. This unified condition of soul had the following content: I
    • as into a fever condition of the soul, into a fever condition of such
    • to work on the soul, manifested themselves first as bodily
    • of soul. In this deep soul-distress the second thing arose which he
    • had to experience, and that which was born for him out of the soul
    • consciousness: “Now Past and Future meet in my own soul-life.”
    • depths of my own Soul-Being something which is connected with it,
    • learned in this way, on the one side to stretch his soul spiritually
    • clearly before his soul by his Initiators: “Thou must inwardly
    • control thy soul in its condition of numbness. Thou must inwardly
    • When the pupil now called up again before his soul in
    • before his soul all that he had experienced before he had descended
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • the soul as from behind a veil, concerning which he knew very well
    • through, and because his soul was strengthened through the vision of
    • his bodily being, as a thing strange to him, and the soul, as it
    • with the human soul, only in a more energetic, more powerful, more
    • external voluntary effort had to re-awaken it in his soul. And if he
    • unite it with your soul. And as earth-man, when you come into a warm
    • not experience it as something for the soul. It is the same with the
    • you are also cold in the soul. Physical heat is not at the same time
    • something belonging to the soul, because you do not feel intensely
    • the nature-soul experiences as earth-man with ordinary consciousness.
    • something belonging to the soul. Only think how little the physical
    • as heat he felt at the same time as soul-heat as well as physical
    • soul-heat. As Jupiter-men we shall come to this, if we caress in love
    • souls into our surroundings the heat we experience.
    • If the pupil rightly caused this soul-conception to be
    • feel soul-heat and physical heat as one, but that which he felt as
    • one, this soul-physical heat, began to shine. The mystery of the
    • shining of light, of the shining of soul-light, arose for the pupil.
    • it to you yesterday, all that he had experienced in his soul,
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • brought before his soul, and then he was told: “The lead which
    • depths of the soul, and thou canst thus live a continuous life in the
    • the memory of them in thy soul. Thou canst retain in thy soul what
    • entered deeply into his soul, he was lead into the real Mysteries of
    • Father-statue and the Mother-statue had sunk deeply into his soul,
    • bringing before his soul the two opposing forces of the Cosmos and of
    • place before your souls a certain historical phenomenon, and in the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • man as being devoid of soul and spirit.
    • upon his soul two polarically opposite feelings. The pupil who sought
    • disposition to melancholy in the life of the soul is brought about
    • the fixed stars presents itself to my soul;
    • developed in the soul the pupil regarded the human beings around him,
    • nature of man with the fixed stars comes before my soul; for man
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • Imagination; these we will place before our souls today and study
    • of a soul-spiritual nature in their perception of the whole cosmos
    • different significance this had for those souls as compared with the
    • reveals the inner being of a soul behind the skin. If the Gods are
    • the soul. Then the pupil understood why on the altar there were
  • 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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    • as the human skin is the skin of a humanly en-souled being to a man
    • of today. One does not understand the mood of soul of such a man of
    • there was no longer any idea of a soul ensouling your body, just as
    • we now see the earth without any ensouling principle! That would be
    • be filled with inner piety. He must be in a position to turn his soul
    • their souls.
    • soul-knowledge.
    • your souls a few of the thoughts which were the origin of that sad
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages
    • the transition to Plato and Aristotle, the soul striving in the Middle
    • SOUL-STRIVINGS DURING THE MIDDLE AGES THE ROSICRUCIAN MYSTERIES
    • extent be useful in showing what form the human soul-strivings took
    • by Goethe, with all his deep soul-striving, with all his earnest
    • deep in soul as many an investigator to be found in the medieval
    • being but it possessed a soul. Indeed it was not only an ensouled
    • prepared in his soul to observe the solar orb with the right feeling,
    • the right mood of soul. He had to make, his feeling so receptive, so
    • inwardly perceptive that when, so to speak, he exposed his soul
    • above a kind of observatory wherein a man could open his soul and his
    • vision, his soul-filled eye, to the different forms which the orb of
    • definite experience in his soul, an experience which led to
    • knowledge. Just as the soul capable of exposing itself to the sun
    • could speak in his soul, in his spirit, with the Intelligences of the
    • exposed in the manner described his own soul to the sun Being, he
    • means of a still further preparation of his soul he could also
    • his soul nature to this light he learnt to know what Intelligences



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