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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • The Experience of Thinking
    • abstract thinking. He may create world-systems, or he may make
    • this inner thinking, devoid of outer impressions, may develop, but we
    • thinking. You will find therefore a fundamental tone or feeling in this
    • beings, even the so-called thinkers of today in reality only get so
    • far in their thinking as to experience in it an image of the outer
    • thinking something of a super-physical world, but it would have, to
    • and which is acknowledged by our thinking to be outside of us. Thus
    • this thinking which is within us would have to be able to experience
    • of thinking.
    • book thinking is so experienced that within the experience of
    • thinking we come to this realisation, viz. that if a man really
    • experiences thinking, he is living, even if at first somewhat
    • thinking experience with the cosmic secrets is the root-nerve of
    • you find the sentence, “In thinking, man lifts an edge of the
    • but it is meant to imply that when a man really experiences thinking,
    • man attains to the reality of thinking within himself he attains to
    • acquire this experience of thinking, he rests no longer within the
    • thinking as it is portrayed in the
    • I may characterise this step forward thus: If we think
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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
    • tendencies.” As you see, this is a peculiar kind of thinking,
    • himself to the feeling that his thinking is like a breathing in
    • light. Man then feels his thinking, he feels it like a breathing in
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • than we think we are fashioned as soul-beings by our memories. The
    • think, and he who can exercise even a little self-observation, so far
    • to think about nature. Before that time more important thoughts arise
    • The thinking forces
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • a finger, it decays. In the same way, if we think of man as a
    • able to think about our sense-perceptions, nor should we be able to
    • the first years of its life a child learns to walk, speak, and think.
    • walking, in learning to speak and in learning to think lies that
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • ingredients. Today we generally think of things as being formed by
    • creation he has become prepared for his life on earth as a thinking
    • him as an earthly human being with willing, feeling and thinking.
    • For that which man is today as a thinking, feeling and
    • Think over these things and you yourselves will say: In contrast with
    • is a fleeting picture. Just think how fleeting those earlier forms
    • spiritual. That is the result of true vision, and I think it is a
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • consider. We must think of the earth surrounded by that which in the
    • Only think for a moment how man lived then, still one
    • with the cosmos, in unity with the cosmos. Today when man thinks, he
    • has to think in isolation with his head. Within are his thoughts and
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • my sense of thinking, in my sense of speech, in my sense of touch, in
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • today as men when we do not think ourselves, as regards the air, cut
    • air and breathing, and he who thinks this does not belong to him,
    • should also think his mouth does not belong to him, but that his body
    • man to think he is contained within the limits of his skin.
    • thinking of oneself as enclosed within one's skin. Of such furniture
    • o it in a somewhat roundabout way. Think then, as man of the present
    • something belonging to the soul. Only think how little the physical
    • Think of this wonderful
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • necessary, for their way of thinking, and the manner of knowledge
    • would not be able to think about what he had seen. He would be unable
    • think, thou art a human being only through the fact that today thou
    • dost know still what thou knewest ten or twenty years ago. Just think
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • would be inconceivable to think of Plato as the teacher of Alexander,
    • write a history of their own scientific thinking they should really
    • think about these things as intellectually as we do today, conceived
    • I think about the metals;
    • Think of our modern education, of what a prince is
    • taught today. Just think of how a prince is educated and trained for
    • experiences on his warlike expeditions. Try and think of the
    • I think about the Metals; they reveal their relationship
  • 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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    • And now just think of this. Under the influence of this
    • answered: You can no more learn Astrology through thinking or
    • and find it out, or would think about it in order to discover it. As
    • through thinking, or experiments, or by observation would have seemed
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • human thinking.
    • Just consider how far removed thinking lies from human
    • of wood and think quite intellectually. He can think quite livingly
    • in an intellectual way; but on the other hand he cannot by thinking
    • bring about any change in his organism. Man's thinking has become
    • more and more powerless; but thinking is set in motion by the
    • organism can bring back power into thinking. It restores to thinking
    • body; thus thinking can be animated by gold.
    • thinking, so that human thinking can work down as far as the etheric
    • today. Today we observe or think about things, but alchemy could not
    • and so on, and thinks that they are all substances of a like nature.
    • childish to think that it is simply reflected sunlight, for the light

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