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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • Life-periods as Organs of Cognition - The School of Chartres -
    • Dream Life and Somnambulism - The Metamorphosis of Consciousness -
    • however, only through life itself that man can come to terms with
    • and die: the duration of their life-cycle is a single year. We see,
    • of these hardening substances in order that their life-cycle should
    • admiration. But in real life this knowledge can take us only to a
    • Illusion has no answer to life's problems, to the problem of man's
    • can describe the processes that take place in plant life. He can also
    • problems of human life and destiny. If we wish to understand man from
    • the wonderful contrast between the life of sleep (his consciousness
    • is dimmed, he is oblivious of his environment) and his waking life
    • waking life not so fully conscious. In sleep man was aware of
    • life of worlds. He was in touch with the divine Ground, the essence,
    • evolution. A few thousand years ago waking life was not so
    • life. The men of that epoch were still able to distinguish these two
    • states, and the environment of their waking life was called
    • ‘Apsu.’ This life of flux and movement experienced in
    • minerals, plants and animals of waking life, was called
    • lived his conscious life amongst minerals, plants and animals. Tiamat
    • in the Mystery Schools. From the life of flux and movement of Tiamat
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • Life-periods as Organs of Cognition - The School of Chartres -
    • Dream Life and Somnambulism - The Metamorphosis of Consciousness -
    • In his normal life on Earth today man enjoys a well-defined state of
    • its ordered system of life we find that men worked approximately from
    • have reversed their habits of life; they slept by day and were awake
    • of the Sun. Circumstances were different for those whose life-pattern
    • their own life experience of periods of six or seven years. And they
    • felt that a Moon phase of one month was equivalent, in the life of
    • life-periods.
    • tell us anything of their experiences in dreamless sleep. Dream life,
    • consciousness with its fresh and vigorous dream life that invited
    • things are not part of ordinary, everyday life; they are a
    • still aware of this kaleidoscopic life of dreams. For out of
    • up from the instinctual life like mists or clouds — just as
    • difference is that all this takes place rapidly in dream life, whilst
    • observe our own life we realize that such dreams indicate some
    • dream can, so to speak, come to life and take on its own inner
    • consciousness of man today has a dream life alongside his ordinary
    • waking life. Indeed, a disposition to dreaming makes us poets. People
    • life.
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Three: Form and Substantiality of the Mineral Kingdom in Relation to the Levels of Consciousness in Man
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    • Dream Life and Somnambulism - The Metamorphosis of Consciousness -
    • chaotic, uncoordinated experiences of dream life during sleep,
    • conscious, concrete experiences of waking life. We can thus attain a
    • These plants do not appear as lifeless, unreal, nebulous images, but
    • whole course of life do we need more confidence, more moral
    • the normal purposes of daily life. But if this consciousness becomes
    • consciousness of our daily life. And so we can say, gold works upon
    • and share the life of the stars.
    • of it in ordinary life. Higher still, in the region of the eyes
    • apprehend the world, accompanies us through life; but, through
    • years or decades after death relives in reverse order its life on
    • life experiences is a third of our life span. A man who dies at sixty
    • will recapitulate his life experiences over twenty years
    • his life the experiences are of a different order. Forgive me if I
    • having offended you. Now, when you recapitulate your life in reverse
    • Chaldeans learned of sublime truths relating to life after death.
    • life. Strader is a poetic, non-realistic portrait of a personality
    • twentieth century. In real life he was a man who interested me
    • deeply. He began life as a Capuchin novice, abandoned his vocation in
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Four: The Secret of Investigation into Other Realms through the Metamorphosis of Consciousness
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    • immediate demands of life intervene and they find they are unwilling
    • light” has a decisive influence upon the inner life, if carried
    • life. But it would not be easy to procure Chaldean corpses in order
    • of life; these must be explored by spiritual means.
    • normal life, if I may use such a mundane expression. Let us assume,
    • he knew personally in life. But he experiences them below the
    • to share in the life of the dead immediately after their death. Of
    • into life.
    • stones and plants. But natural science includes in addition the life
    • around, in the manifestations of warmth, light, colour and life. They
    • gradually fade and die, saw replete with life and vitality the nature
    • result of this inward transformation, he saw the weaving life of the
    • this life, growth and proliferation. How different was a science that
    • in our life of sleep the condition formerly possessed by the
    • only half of her life in the upper world, who reveals only her
    • life is spent in those realms where man dwells in sleep, realms which
    • Behold the majesty and grandeur of life's inexhaustible
    • your inner life bear witness every moment of the day to a plenitude
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • than those of his everyday life and how the history of evolution
    • daily life; we see only that part of our life immediately preceding
    • the life between birth and death. Chemistry, as such, is of no
    • conditions of normal life we see the mountain capped by a cloud. We
    • for the life of the soul and spirit, when we bear in mind their
    • everything begins to vibrate with life. We say to ourselves: the
    • vital life that we had not perceived before. Everything is quickened
    • and in this weaving, pulsating life there is revealed a fundamental
    • back upon itself in man is of importance only for the life between
    • that our deeper insights into life are ultimately linked with the
    • spiritual than those of ordinary life.
    • organs that are essential to physical life.
    • turmoil and flux, pulsating with life and movement. And he feels this
    • training of the inner life. Through the active influence of
    • such as man's experience of the life immediately after death. Now she
    • conclude that the life between death and rebirth has determined the
    • circulatory system that has its origin in the life between death and
    • survives in his present life from earlier incarnations. For the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
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    • Dream Life and Somnambulism - The Metamorphosis of Consciousness -
    • reminiscences of his daily life or faint intimations of the
    • life of the spirit. But in ordinary dream life these reminiscences
    • life man possesses a physical body, the body which is perceptible .to
    • of man's evolution we find that in ordinary life his astral body and
    • life must be active, lively and responsive. But there is a danger of
    • conjures up pictures derived from the corporeal life. But the body is
    • stage through which man passes in ordinary life is that of dreamless
    • spiritual world and shares in the life of the spiritual world in the
    • same way as he normally shares in the life of the physical world
    • he must first learn to organize effectively his inner life which is
    • age finds a certain satisfaction in ordering our entire cultural life
    • Initiation and has good expectations of life. He begins to practise
    • acquires, first of all, the capacity to look back over his life on
    • Earth. His earthly life appears before his inward eye in the form of
    • assume that at a certain stage of Initiation a man reviews his life
    • life up to his thirty-seventh year. He can survey the panorama of his
    • life in spatiotemporal perspective, so to speak. If he can add
    • him. Each life-period responds in its own way; each period has its
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Seven: Knowledge of the World of Stars. Differentiation of the Historical Epochs of Mankind and their Spiritual Background
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    • lecture we saw how man learns to command his different life-periods
    • influence in everything in the psychic and physical life, in science,
    • which were the driving forces behind man's life, activity and search
    • extraordinary significance when, starting from this life-period, he
    • life-period, he experiences once again the child's enthusiasm. Hence
    • kind of emanation is the direct spiritual life emanation or vital
    • magic is a force to be reckoned with, the life emanations are no less
    • part, always rely upon and work with the life emanations and use them
    • Earth. But the Moon beings can only rely upon the life
    • account the life emanations on Earth. But it is so fatally easy to
    • fall victim to that which lies between this life emanation and all
    • Life emanation.
    • man's perception of his life experiences which has slipped down
    • relation to the life emanation in the sphere of the soul and
    • Life emanation
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eight: Potential Aberrations in Spiritual Investigation
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    • Dream Life and Somnambulism - The Metamorphosis of Consciousness -
    • the life of the deceased after he has retraced his earthly life (in
    • see the organic life of the plant sprouting everywhere out of the
    • beings we are able to carry over our karma from one life to the next
    • over from one earthly life to another our experiences associated with
    • ourselves carry over from one life to the next that which is born of
    • earthly life to another.
    • earthly life to another, especially the abstract content of our
    • before we incarnate to live out our life between birth and death. Our
    • one earthly life to another. This is the real secret of mediumship
    • the dead live in their life after death. When we accompany the dead
    • life we must carefully observe everything within us that has
    • mathematically. Life, however, does not proceed mechanically or
    • far this plays a significant rôle in the life of man we shall discuss
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
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    • Dream Life and Somnambulism - The Metamorphosis of Consciousness -
    • these lectures with an enquiry into our normal dream life and from
    • normal life. It is only when they are intensified that they lead into
    • will examine our dream life once again. We have seen that when man in
    • concentration, the weft of dream life can be interwoven with
    • remains fully conscious in this dream life which is as real to him as
    • ordinary life. Then he gains insight into another world where he can
    • find these primeval spiritual teachers sharing the life of mankind.
    • ignore society and social relationships in our life on Earth, so we
    • dream state. In ordinary life the dream state represents, so to
    • dream life. Individuals have at all times been able to penetrate into
    • dream life is in contact with the Ego only, but here we have an
    • into the dream life the concepts of natural science, to direct the astral
    • waking life we permeate our physical and etheric bodies from within;
    • not betray the fact that, whilst he is living a normal life, he is at
    • reveal the spiritual. And the somnambulist lives his life
    • Both dreamer and somnambulist share the life of the contemporary
    • accustomed in ordinary life. His handwriting, movements, speech
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Ten: Influences of the Extra-Terrestrial Cosmos Upon the Consciousness of Man
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    • Dream Life and Somnambulism - The Metamorphosis of Consciousness -
    • conjure plant life out of the Earth. They are essential to all animal
    • life and to the physical and etheric bodies of man. Sun activities
    • During the whole of our waking life we are exposed to the influence
    • in waking life man lives under the influence of the external Sun
    • sleep man's inner life is related to the Sun, his external life to
    • life, the situation is reversed. When we are awake, Moon influences
    • without. In waking life, therefore, Sun influences stream directly
    • waking life, therefore, the Sun forces stream into our physical and
    • and Ego; during waking life, the Moon. In waking life the Sun
    • life; and the Sun influences also stream into him, but he experiences
    • Moon forces which pervade his inner being during waking life are
    • during waking life. The moment he actually transforms the dream into
    • spiritual moonlight becomes a universal life-giving force
    • the Initiate now experiences in waking life. Man becomes aware of the
    • sphere during waking life, the world of Imaginations is revealed to us
    • which men live and fulfil the demands of social life and who think
    • and act in terms of this social life. There is nothing unusual in
    • this. It is the accepted way of life. This is the field of scientific
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eleven: What is the Position in Respect of Spiritual Investigation and the Understanding of Spiritual Investigation?
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    • experiences. During his waking life this consciousness which was the
    • already pointed out. In his psychic life man contacts the world
    • lives out a life which normally he cannot recall.
    • sentient life, though this is far more opaque and dreamlike
    • than one usually imagines; it knows also a sentient life and
    • develops Initiate-consciousness he is able to experience this life of
    • Life of feeling
    • spiritual world during the course of his life. We then discover the
    • undertaken by those who, in their present life on Earth are able to
    • life they meet with incomprehension on the part of the ordinary daily
    • death, the two most momentous events of our life on Earth, appear to
    • the beginning of our life on Earth, and death with its end. They
    • germ, gradually assume human form, and how during earthly life their
    • life of the physical and etheric bodies grows, develops and assumes
    • embryonic form, another form of life, which in Anthroposophy we call
    • uncover the hidden recesses of life — I gave a concrete
    • perceive death interwoven with life, the winter of life allied to its
    • astral from the thirty-fifth year onwards. This burgeoning life
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • Dream Life and Somnambulism - The Metamorphosis of Consciousness -
    • however, only through life itself that man can come to terms with
    • and die: the duration of their life-cycle is a single year. We see,
    • of these hardening substances in order that their life-cycle should
    • admiration. But in real life this knowledge can take us only to a
    • Illusion has no answer to life's problems, to the problem of man's
    • can describe the processes that take place in plant life. He can also
    • problems of human life and destiny. If we wish to understand man from
    • the wonderful contrast between the life of sleep (his consciousness
    • is dimmed, he is oblivious of his environment) and his waking life
    • waking life not so fully conscious. In sleep man was aware of
    • life of worlds. He was in touch with the divine Ground, the essence,
    • evolution. A few thousand years ago waking life was not so
    • life. The men of that epoch were still able to distinguish these two
    • states, and the environment of their waking life was called
    • ‘Apsu.’ This life of flux and movement experienced in
    • minerals, plants and animals of waking life, was called
    • lived his conscious life amongst minerals, plants and animals. Tiamat
    • in the Mystery Schools. From the life of flux and movement of Tiamat
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • Life-periods as Organs of Cognition - The School of Chartres -
    • Dream Life and Somnambulism - The Metamorphosis of Consciousness -
    • In his normal life on Earth today man enjoys a well-defined state of
    • its ordered system of life we find that men worked approximately from
    • have reversed their habits of life; they slept by day and were awake
    • of the Sun. Circumstances were different for those whose life-pattern
    • their own life experience of periods of six or seven years. And they
    • felt that a Moon phase of one month was equivalent, in the life of
    • life-periods.
    • tell us anything of their experiences in dreamless sleep. Dream life,
    • consciousness with its fresh and vigorous dream life that invited
    • things are not part of ordinary, everyday life; they are a
    • still aware of this kaleidoscopic life of dreams. For out of
    • up from the instinctual life like mists or clouds — just as
    • difference is that all this takes place rapidly in dream life, whilst
    • observe our own life we realize that such dreams indicate some
    • dream can, so to speak, come to life and take on its own inner
    • consciousness of man today has a dream life alongside his ordinary
    • waking life. Indeed, a disposition to dreaming makes us poets. People
    • life.
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Three: Form and Substantiality of the Mineral Kingdom in Relation to the Levels of Consciousness in Man
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    • Dream Life and Somnambulism - The Metamorphosis of Consciousness -
    • chaotic, uncoordinated experiences of dream life during sleep,
    • conscious, concrete experiences of waking life. We can thus attain a
    • These plants do not appear as lifeless, unreal, nebulous images, but
    • whole course of life do we need more confidence, more moral
    • the normal purposes of daily life. But if this consciousness becomes
    • consciousness of our daily life. And so we can say, gold works upon
    • and share the life of the stars.
    • of it in ordinary life. Higher still, in the region of the eyes
    • apprehend the world, accompanies us through life; but, through
    • years or decades after death relives in reverse order its life on
    • life experiences is a third of our life span. A man who dies at sixty
    • will recapitulate his life experiences over twenty years
    • his life the experiences are of a different order. Forgive me if I
    • having offended you. Now, when you recapitulate your life in reverse
    • Chaldeans learned of sublime truths relating to life after death.
    • life. Strader is a poetic, non-realistic portrait of a personality
    • twentieth century. In real life he was a man who interested me
    • deeply. He began life as a Capuchin novice, abandoned his vocation in
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Four: The Secret of Investigation into Other Realms through the Metamorphosis of Consciousness
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    • immediate demands of life intervene and they find they are unwilling
    • light” has a decisive influence upon the inner life, if carried
    • life. But it would not be easy to procure Chaldean corpses in order
    • of life; these must be explored by spiritual means.
    • normal life, if I may use such a mundane expression. Let us assume,
    • he knew personally in life. But he experiences them below the
    • to share in the life of the dead immediately after their death. Of
    • into life.
    • stones and plants. But natural science includes in addition the life
    • around, in the manifestations of warmth, light, colour and life. They
    • gradually fade and die, saw replete with life and vitality the nature
    • result of this inward transformation, he saw the weaving life of the
    • this life, growth and proliferation. How different was a science that
    • in our life of sleep the condition formerly possessed by the
    • only half of her life in the upper world, who reveals only her
    • life is spent in those realms where man dwells in sleep, realms which
    • Behold the majesty and grandeur of life's inexhaustible
    • your inner life bear witness every moment of the day to a plenitude
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • than those of his everyday life and how the history of evolution
    • daily life; we see only that part of our life immediately preceding
    • the life between birth and death. Chemistry, as such, is of no
    • conditions of normal life we see the mountain capped by a cloud. We
    • for the life of the soul and spirit, when we bear in mind their
    • everything begins to vibrate with life. We say to ourselves: the
    • vital life that we had not perceived before. Everything is quickened
    • and in this weaving, pulsating life there is revealed a fundamental
    • back upon itself in man is of importance only for the life between
    • that our deeper insights into life are ultimately linked with the
    • spiritual than those of ordinary life.
    • organs that are essential to physical life.
    • turmoil and flux, pulsating with life and movement. And he feels this
    • training of the inner life. Through the active influence of
    • such as man's experience of the life immediately after death. Now she
    • conclude that the life between death and rebirth has determined the
    • circulatory system that has its origin in the life between death and
    • survives in his present life from earlier incarnations. For the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
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    • Dream Life and Somnambulism - The Metamorphosis of Consciousness -
    • reminiscences of his daily life or faint intimations of the
    • life of the spirit. But in ordinary dream life these reminiscences
    • life man possesses a physical body, the body which is perceptible .to
    • of man's evolution we find that in ordinary life his astral body and
    • life must be active, lively and responsive. But there is a danger of
    • conjures up pictures derived from the corporeal life. But the body is
    • stage through which man passes in ordinary life is that of dreamless
    • spiritual world and shares in the life of the spiritual world in the
    • same way as he normally shares in the life of the physical world
    • he must first learn to organize effectively his inner life which is
    • age finds a certain satisfaction in ordering our entire cultural life
    • Initiation and has good expectations of life. He begins to practise
    • acquires, first of all, the capacity to look back over his life on
    • Earth. His earthly life appears before his inward eye in the form of
    • assume that at a certain stage of Initiation a man reviews his life
    • life up to his thirty-seventh year. He can survey the panorama of his
    • life in spatiotemporal perspective, so to speak. If he can add
    • him. Each life-period responds in its own way; each period has its
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Seven: Knowledge of the World of Stars. Differentiation of the Historical Epochs of Mankind and their Spiritual Background
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    • Dream Life and Somnambulism - The Metamorphosis of Consciousness -
    • lecture we saw how man learns to command his different life-periods
    • influence in everything in the psychic and physical life, in science,
    • which were the driving forces behind man's life, activity and search
    • extraordinary significance when, starting from this life-period, he
    • life-period, he experiences once again the child's enthusiasm. Hence
    • kind of emanation is the direct spiritual life emanation or vital
    • magic is a force to be reckoned with, the life emanations are no less
    • part, always rely upon and work with the life emanations and use them
    • Earth. But the Moon beings can only rely upon the life
    • account the life emanations on Earth. But it is so fatally easy to
    • fall victim to that which lies between this life emanation and all
    • Life emanation.
    • man's perception of his life experiences which has slipped down
    • relation to the life emanation in the sphere of the soul and
    • Life emanation
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eight: Potential Aberrations in Spiritual Investigation
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    • Dream Life and Somnambulism - The Metamorphosis of Consciousness -
    • the life of the deceased after he has retraced his earthly life (in
    • see the organic life of the plant sprouting everywhere out of the
    • beings we are able to carry over our karma from one life to the next
    • over from one earthly life to another our experiences associated with
    • ourselves carry over from one life to the next that which is born of
    • earthly life to another.
    • earthly life to another, especially the abstract content of our
    • before we incarnate to live out our life between birth and death. Our
    • one earthly life to another. This is the real secret of mediumship
    • the dead live in their life after death. When we accompany the dead
    • life we must carefully observe everything within us that has
    • mathematically. Life, however, does not proceed mechanically or
    • far this plays a significant rôle in the life of man we shall discuss
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
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    • Dream Life and Somnambulism - The Metamorphosis of Consciousness -
    • these lectures with an enquiry into our normal dream life and from
    • normal life. It is only when they are intensified that they lead into
    • will examine our dream life once again. We have seen that when man in
    • concentration, the weft of dream life can be interwoven with
    • remains fully conscious in this dream life which is as real to him as
    • ordinary life. Then he gains insight into another world where he can
    • find these primeval spiritual teachers sharing the life of mankind.
    • ignore society and social relationships in our life on Earth, so we
    • dream state. In ordinary life the dream state represents, so to
    • dream life. Individuals have at all times been able to penetrate into
    • dream life is in contact with the Ego only, but here we have an
    • into the dream life the concepts of natural science, to direct the astral
    • waking life we permeate our physical and etheric bodies from within;
    • not betray the fact that, whilst he is living a normal life, he is at
    • reveal the spiritual. And the somnambulist lives his life
    • Both dreamer and somnambulist share the life of the contemporary
    • accustomed in ordinary life. His handwriting, movements, speech
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Ten: Influences of the Extra-Terrestrial Cosmos Upon the Consciousness of Man
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    • conjure plant life out of the Earth. They are essential to all animal
    • life and to the physical and etheric bodies of man. Sun activities
    • During the whole of our waking life we are exposed to the influence
    • in waking life man lives under the influence of the external Sun
    • sleep man's inner life is related to the Sun, his external life to
    • life, the situation is reversed. When we are awake, Moon influences
    • without. In waking life, therefore, Sun influences stream directly
    • waking life, therefore, the Sun forces stream into our physical and
    • and Ego; during waking life, the Moon. In waking life the Sun
    • life; and the Sun influences also stream into him, but he experiences
    • Moon forces which pervade his inner being during waking life are
    • during waking life. The moment he actually transforms the dream into
    • spiritual moonlight becomes a universal life-giving force
    • the Initiate now experiences in waking life. Man becomes aware of the
    • sphere during waking life, the world of Imaginations is revealed to us
    • which men live and fulfil the demands of social life and who think
    • and act in terms of this social life. There is nothing unusual in
    • this. It is the accepted way of life. This is the field of scientific
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    • experiences. During his waking life this consciousness which was the
    • already pointed out. In his psychic life man contacts the world
    • lives out a life which normally he cannot recall.
    • sentient life, though this is far more opaque and dreamlike
    • than one usually imagines; it knows als1> a sentient life and
    • develops Initiate-consciousness he is able to experience this life of
    • Life of feeling
    • spiritual world during the course of his life. We then discover the
    • undertaken by those who, in their present life on Earth are able to
    • life they meet with incomprehension on the part of the ordinary daily
    • death, the two most momentous events of our life on Earth, appear to
    • the beginning of our life on Earth, and death with its end. They
    • germ, gradually assume human form, and how during earthly life their
    • life of the physical and etheric bodies grows, develops and assumes
    • embryonic form, another form of life, which in Anthroposophy we call
    • uncover the hidden recesses of life — I gave a concrete
    • perceive death interwoven with life, the winter of life allied to its
    • astral from the thirty-fifth year onwards. This burgeoning life
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