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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • factual study of specific organs in man, animals and plants, or of
    • develops into a human embryo, how the various organs evolve step by
    • step and how, from the tiny peripheral organs the complex heart and
    • follow the organic growth of the plant from root to blossom and seed
    • being whose organs can only apprehend the world of the Great Illusion
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • tooth, indicating some organic disturbance, is symbolized in a
    • something that is actually situated within our organism.
    • the organism; we become aware of it, but not immediately, as we would
  • 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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    • organ.
    • when you were conscious of the whole laryngeal organization, you
    • could dispense with your brain and sense organs, you would never be
    • to pain from which other organs are free. Let me take this point a
    • organ with delicate powers of perception; he perceives things that we
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Four: The Secret of Investigation into Other Realms through the Metamorphosis of Consciousness
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    • physical organization of man was differently constituted. In
    • to be found in the different constitution of the physical organism,
    • approach. With the development of his physical organism man's whole
    • such change is reflected in disturbances of the digestive organs, in
    • the metabolic-limb system — in disturbances of the organs
    • of nutrients. Every such disturbance in the human organization
    • the significance of organic disease? I said yesterday that for the
    • organs, but they always remain in the subconscious. The region of the
    • neighbourhood of the digestive organs shares the same time-scale as
    • methods. The human organism has changed radically with the passage of
    • and of living organisms are c1assffied today under nature, natural
    • and inner constitution of the organs of plants, animals and man
    • within you, that all organic activity, all the changes and chances of
    • the organ of life's mysteries, Cora-Persephone will enter into
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • we should be without eyes and ears, without sense organs. The world
    • organs; we should be blind and deaf. Our sense organs could not be
    • world. He realized that his sense organs were a gift from this
    • our sense organs to our connection with this second world, this
    • elements, the sense organs would never come into being, for they are
    • knew how man's external vehicle with its sense organs was built
    • organs and that behind this reality there must exist all that I have
    • been endowed only with sense organs, with the eye and its optic
    • must be silenced. It is an organ that interferes with higher
    • peripheral organs, such as the eye and the ear, are continuously in
    • the sense organs. Since their brain is not developed, the animals
    • the human organism is the function of the medical practitioner. And
    • beings, we recognize that organs such as the brain have been built up
    • out of the physical world. We have also built up many other organs
    • organs that are essential to physical life.
    • many organs — I have already spoken of the sense organs —
    • absorbs more than the normal quantity of mercury, his organism
    • endeavours to neutralize all those organs which have been built up
    • stimulated, as it were, to call upon only those organs that have been
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
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    • The etheric body or body of formative forces is a delicate organization,
    • whose whole organization is more independent.
    • organization that is imperceptible to the senses; neither can it be
    • member of the human organization is the Ego itself. We perceive the
    • astral body and the Ego should always remain without organs, without
    • spoken in my books, it is possible to awaken these spiritual organs
    • Initiate has first developed these inner astral organs, clairvoyance
    • digestive organs. There is always a spiritual element in the dream
    • the digestive organs or of the blood vessels in the head. We must
    • Ego-organization. The after-vibrations and reminiscences from
    • organs, he cannot perceive anything. Darkness surrounds him; he is
    • living in his astral body and Ego, but without organs of perception.
    • Ego-organization. Then man begins to behold the spiritual plenitude
    • he must first learn to organize effectively his inner life which is
    • in all ages men endeavoured to develop the human organization in such
    • so fashion his astral body and Ego-organization that he is able to
    • eye, but through the spiritual eye, the new organ of vision. Through
    • In this world the life periods become differentiated organs
    • at that age, we have developed other organs. The life-periods create
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  • 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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    • develops the corresponding organs for perception of the spiritual.
    • who is eager to learn, and when he perceives with the organ of this
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eight: Potential Aberrations in Spiritual Investigation
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    • see the organic life of the plant sprouting everywhere out of the
    • organisation we have something that is much lighter than its real
    • is our organ of vision for the external world. The optic nerve,
    • and sight are associated with the sense organs. In the proximate area
    • will-organisation, that is to say, the nerves that govern the
    • regions of the human organisation. These elementary beings penetrate
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
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    • certain extent also in his physical organism.
    • have withdrawn in some abnormal way from an organ, or from the whole
    • organism, and have been replaced by other spiritual
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Ten: Influences of the Extra-Terrestrial Cosmos Upon the Consciousness of Man
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    • sense-organs with the sunlight stored within us, then we would soon
    • vitality of our organism by directing the stored-up sunlight from
    • sense-organs.
    • with metabolism, peristalsis, the stomach and other organs, and makes
    • perception of the external form of a human organ — the lung,
    • the liver, or some other organ — is transformed into an
    • imaginative apprehension of this organ, when he gradually begins to
    • be able to see the human organisation in Imaginations.
    • possible therefore when we are able to study the organs of man which
    • knowledge into spiritual penetration into the human organisation. In
    • human organs which we apprehend and perceive directly through a
    • that when a human organ is apprehended spiritually in this way by a
    • perception of his organs. Because these organs are seen spiritually,
    • the complete man, but a being who consists of the single organs
    • special way in every organ, most strongly in the liver, relatively
    • spiritual structure of each organ, we penetrate into the Jupiter
    • sphere and come to recognize that every organ is in effect the
    • organs man bears within him the images of divine-spiritual
    • appearing as the sum-total, as the inner-organic, cooperative
  • 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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    • place, for example, we investigate the world of the human organs as I
    • consideration, but only the separate organs in the manner described
    • knowledge of the organs acquired in the course of Initiation we are
    • In the light of this knowledge of the organs, birth and death have
    • who dies, not his separate organs. The lungs, for example, cannot
    • died, his single organs can be animated to a certain extent.
    • organs do not die. The individual organs take their path into that
    • beneath the earth, every organ finds its way into the Cosmos through
    • animal the organs die, whereas in man they are dissolved into the
    • cremation the faster. We can follow the individual organs as they
    • the organs with Initiate-consciousness, we see what really befalls
    • the organs at death, namely, this streaming out of the organs
    • the several organs, in order to be able to recognize once more,
    • becomes evil through his individual organs; in his organs lies the
    • come to recognize the relationship of the organs to their respective
    • a knowledge of his organization reveals his relationship to the
    • organology. For it was as Cosmic Man that Christ came from the Sun.
    • and death and of the relationship of the human organism to the
    • that through knowledge of the organs the Cosmic Man returns, that
  • 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 -
    • factual study of specific organs in man, animals and plants, or of
    • develops into a human embryo, how the various organs evolve step by
    • step and how, from the tiny peripheral organs the complex heart and
    • follow the organic growth of the plant from root to blossom and seed
    • being whose organs can only apprehend the world of the Great Illusion
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • tooth, indicating some organic disturbance, is symbolized in a
    • something that is actually situated within our organism.
    • the organism; we become aware of it, but not immediately, as we would
  • 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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    • organ.
    • when you were conscious of the whole laryngeal organization, you
    • could dispense with your brain and sense organs, you would never be
    • to pain from which other organs are free. Let me take this point a
    • organ with delicate powers of perception; he perceives things that we
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Four: The Secret of Investigation into Other Realms through the Metamorphosis of Consciousness
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    • physical organization of man was differently constituted. In
    • to be found in the different constitution of the physical organism,
    • approach. With the development of his physical organism man's whole
    • such change is reflected in disturbances of the digestive organs, in
    • the metabolic-limb system — in disturbances of the organs
    • of nutrients. Every such disturbance in the human organization
    • the significance of organic disease? I said yesterday that for the
    • organs, but they always remain in the subconscious. The region of the
    • neighbourhood of the digestive organs shares the same time-scale as
    • methods. The human organism has changed radically with the passage of
    • and of living organisms are c1assffied today under nature, natural
    • and inner constitution of the organs of plants, animals and man
    • within you, that all organic activity, all the changes and chances of
    • the organ of life's mysteries, Cora-Persephone will enter into
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • we should be without eyes and ears, without sense organs. The world
    • organs; we should be blind and deaf. Our sense organs could not be
    • world. He realized that his sense organs were a gift from this
    • our sense organs to our connection with this second world, this
    • elements, the sense organs would never come into being, for they are
    • knew how man's external vehicle with its sense organs was built
    • organs and that behind this reality there must exist all that I have
    • been endowed only with sense organs, with the eye and its optic
    • must be silenced. It is an organ that interferes with higher
    • peripheral organs, such as the eye and the ear, are continuously in
    • the sense organs. Since their brain is not developed, the animals
    • the human organism is the function of the medical practitioner. And
    • beings, we recognize that organs such as the brain have been built up
    • out of the physical world. We have also built up many other organs
    • organs that are essential to physical life.
    • many organs — I have already spoken of the sense organs —
    • absorbs more than the normal quantity of mercury, his organism
    • endeavours to neutralize all those organs which have been built up
    • stimulated, as it were, to call upon only those organs that have been
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
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    • The etheric body or body of formative forces is a delicate organization,
    • whose whole organization is more independent.
    • organization that is imperceptible to the senses; neither can it be
    • member of the human organization is the Ego itself. We perceive the
    • astral body and the Ego should always remain without organs, without
    • spoken in my books, it is possible to awaken these spiritual organs
    • Initiate has first developed these inner astral organs, clairvoyance
    • digestive organs. There is always a spiritual element in the dream
    • the digestive organs or of the blood vessels in the head. We must
    • Ego-organization. The after-vibrations and reminiscences from
    • organs, he cannot perceive anything. Darkness surrounds him; he is
    • living in his astral body and Ego, but without organs of perception.
    • Ego-organization. Then man begins to behold the spiritual plenitude
    • he must first learn to organize effectively his inner life which is
    • in all ages men endeavoured to develop the human organization in such
    • so fashion his astral body and Ego-organization that he is able to
    • eye, but through the spiritual eye, the new organ of vision. Through
    • In this world the life periods become differentiated organs
    • at that age, we have developed other organs. The life-periods create
    • 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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    • develops the corresponding organs for perception of the spiritual.
    • who is eager to learn, and when he perceives with the organ of this
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eight: Potential Aberrations in Spiritual Investigation
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    • Life-periods as Organs of Cognition - The School of Chartres -
    • see the organic life of the plant sprouting everywhere out of the
    • organisation we have something that is much lighter than its real
    • is our organ of vision for the external world. The optic nerve,
    • and sight are associated with the sense organs. In the proximate area
    • will-organisation, that is to say, the nerves that govern the
    • regions of the human organisation. These elementary beings penetrate
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
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    • certain extent also in his physical organism.
    • have withdrawn in some abnormal way from an organ, or from the whole
    • organism, and have been replaced by other spiritual
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Ten: Influences of the Extra-Terrestrial Cosmos Upon the Consciousness of Man
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    • sense-organs with the sunlight stored within us, then we would soon
    • vitality of our organism by directing the stored-up sunlight from
    • sense-organs.
    • with metabolism, peristalsis, the stomach and other organs, and makes
    • perception of the external form of a human organ — the lung,
    • the liver, or some other organ — is transformed into an
    • imaginative apprehension of this organ, when he gradually begins to
    • be able to see the human organisation in Imaginations.
    • possible therefore when we are able to study the organs of man which
    • knowledge into spiritual penetration into the human organisation. In
    • human organs which we apprehend and perceive directly through a
    • that when a human organ is apprehended spiritually in this way by a
    • perception of his organs. Because these organs are seen spiritually,
    • the complete man, but a being who consists of the single organs
    • special way in every organ, most strongly in the liver, relatively
    • spiritual structure of each organ, we penetrate into the Jupiter
    • sphere and come to recognize that every organ is in effect the
    • organs man bears within him the images of divine-spiritual
    • appearing as the sum-total, as the inner-organic, cooperative
  • 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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    • place, for example, we investigate the world of the human organs as I
    • consideration, but only the separate organs in the manner described
    • knowledge of the organs acquired in the course of Initiation we are
    • In the light of this knowledge of the organs, birth and death have
    • who dies, not his separate organs. The lungs, for example, cannot
    • died, his single organs can be animated to a certain extent.
    • organs do not die. The individual organs take their path into that
    • beneath the earth, every organ finds its way into the Cosmos through
    • animal the organs die, whereas in man they are dissolved into the
    • cremation the faster. We can follow the individual organs as they
    • the organs with Initiate-consciousness, we see what really befalls
    • the organs at death, namely, this streaming out of the organs
    • the several organs, in order to be able to recognize once more,
    • becomes evil through his individual organs; in his organs lies the
    • come to recognize the relationship of the organs to their respective
    • a knowledge of his organization reveals his relationship to the
    • organology. For it was as Cosmic Man that Christ came from the Sun.
    • and death and of the relationship of the human organism to the
    • that through knowledge of the organs the Cosmic Man returns, that
  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Erster Vortrag
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    • jenes Organ im Menschen, in der Pflanze, im Tier, dieses oder
    • gestaltet, wie er Organe nach und nach ansetzt, wie aus
    • peripherisch angeordneten kleinen Organen zuletzt das
    • Steinen, Pflanzen, Tieren, an den menschlichen Organen, am
    • wie sich Nahrungsmittel verwandeln in den Verdauungsorganen und
  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Zweiter Vortrag
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    • haben. Die Windungen der Verdauungsorgane symbolisieren sich
    • ganzen Organismus darstellt, stellt sich im symbolischen Bilde
  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Dritter Vortrag
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    • Gabe unserer geistig-seelisch-physischen Organisation haben,
    • kein anderes Organ in solcher Unmittelbarkeit als auf das Herz
    • dem Augenblicke, wo Sie Ihrer ganzen Kehlkopforganisation
    • werden, wie andere Organe nicht schmerzvoll werden. Ich werde
    • Sinnesorgan. Er nimmt fein wahr. Und er nimmt eben Dinge wahr,
  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Vierter Vortrag
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    • Unterschied zwischen der alten Organisation und der neueren
    • Organisation des Menschen muß man eben kennen, dann wird
    • sich aus in allerlei Störungen der Verdauungsorgane, in
    • menschlichen Organismus, die man eine Krankheit nennt, ist aber
    • Wenn Sie irgendwo ein krankes Organ haben, was bedeutet das?
    • der menschlichen Organisation haben andere Zustände, die
    • hier, die Gegend der Verdauungsorgane, hat fortwährend den
    • gesagt, der moderne Mensch ist so organisiert in seinem Leib,
    • daß das Kupfer auf die Kehlkopforgane wirkt. Aber
    • Verdauungsorgane und
    • Kehlkopforgane stehen in so naher Verbindung miteinander, wie
    • menschlichen Organismen haben sich eben ganz prinzipiell
    • aber auch von Kräften in lebendigen Organismen in der
    • inneren Konstitution der Organe der Pflanzen, der Tiere, der
  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Fünfter Vortrag
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    • störendes Organ für die höhere Anschauung. Und
    • menschlichen Organismus, das gehört in den Bereich des
    • so in der Welt da, daß wir einmal solche Organe wie unser
    • andere Organe im Menschen sind noch aus der physischen Welt
    • für das physische Leben wichtigen Drüsenorganen.
    • Ferner sind eine ganze Anzahl von Organen — ich habe ja
    • dieses normale Merkur in sich aufnimmt, strebt sein Organismus
    • dahin, alle Organe auszuschalten, die aus der physischen Welt
    • Menschen wird sozusagen angeregt, nur diejenigen Organe im
    • Organismus hervorruft. Der Mensch fühlt, wie wenn er
    • Quecksilber wird, den ganzen Stoffwechsel seiner Organe. Wie
    • taugt nicht dazu. Andere Organe werden auch noch nicht
    • Bewegung durch den ganzen Organismus (rot). Und alle diese
    • jetzt aus unserem Organismus herausgehoben hat die
    • Menschen Geistiges zusammenzuziehen mit denjenigen Organen, die
    • beim schadhaft gewordenen menschlichen Organismus die Bemerkung
    • gemacht, dieser menschliche Organismus ist dadurch schadhaft
    • geworden, daß jene Organe angegriffen sind, welche
    • Kräfte im menschlichen Organismus wachrufen, die diese
    • Mensch zeigt dem Arzte, er hat diejenige Organisation —
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  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Sechster Vortrag
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    • Organisation, die nicht mit Augen gesehen werden kann, die erst
    • der physische Leib, der in seiner ganzen Organisation mehr
    • Mensch ein drittes Glied in seiner Organisation, das man
    • Leib(grün). Das ist eine Organisation, die nicht mit
    • weiteres Glied der menschlichen Organisation ist das
    • Leben keine entsprechenden Organe, keine Augen, keine Ohren in
    • dieses Ich ohne Organe, ohne — natürlich sind sie
    • astralischen Leib und in die Ich-Organisation Organe
    • astralische Leib (grün), die Ich-Organisation (rot) treten
    • auf den ersten Stufen diese inneren astralischen Organe,
    • der Verdauungsorgane sich im Bilde vor ihn hinstellen. Es ist
    • da die Verdauungsorgane in ihren Windungen sich symbolisieren,
    • Lebensalter als Auffassungsorgane
    • Leibes ist der astralische Leib und die Ich-Organisation, das
    • der geistigen Welt. Aber er hat keine Organe. Er kann nichts
    • keine Organe sind. Er ist für alles Geistige schlafend. So
    • Ich-Organisation hineinzusetzen, und der Mensch beginnt,
    • durch Meditation und Konzentration. Das Unorganisierte, das man
    • sonst in sich trägt, das muß man organisiert machen.
    • sein Inneres wirklich organisiert, das sonst unorganisiert
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  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Siebenter Vortrag
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    • Organe in diesem Lebensalter bildet, um das Geistige
    • bezug auf den physischen Organismus und den
    • Ätherorganismus leuchtend, lichtausstrahlend. Und diese
    • menschlichen Organismus herum ist, die ist beim Menschen an
  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Achter Vortrag
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    • Prinzip. Da haben wir also etwas in unserer Organisation, das
    • wird da außen im Sinnesorgan etwas aufgeladen, wird
    • Gegenden der menschlichen Organisation, wo Drüsen sind,
  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Nuenter Vortrag
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    • den physischen Organismus]. Also der Träumer taucht
    • haben eine Organisation vor uns in dem Medium, die in magischer
    • Organ oder vom ganzen Organismus sich herausgezogen hat, und
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    • Sonnenlichte unsere Haut und bis in das Innere der Sinnesorgane
    • Organismus alles dadurch, daß wir während des
    • undanderen Organen ausgeht; zu all dem hat er eine sehr, sehr
    • Ergreifen der menschlichen Organisation in Imaginationen
    • äußeren Form eines Menschenorgans, der Lunge oderder
    • Leber oder irgendeines anderen Organs aufsteigt zu einem
    • imaginativen Erfassen dieses Organs, wenn er allmählich
    • beginnt, die menschliche Organisation in Imaginationen sich vor
    • Sehen Sie, es ist das also möglich, wenn man die Organe
    • wie die abnormen Erscheinungen, wenn man diese Organe zu
    • menschlichen Organisation. Vom ganzen Menschen geht man aus bei
    • menschlichen Organen, die man durch eine geistige Anatomie
    • wo m dieser Weise ein menschliches Organ von einem Menschen
    • angeschaut wird dadurch, daß man seine Organe anschaut,
    • Organe im Geiste zeigen, steht nicht mehr der Erdenmensch
    • seinen einzelnen Organen bestehende Mensch, in das zaubert man
    • daß die Kräfte des Saturn in jedem Organ auf
    • jedem Organe, so dringt man jetzt ein in die Jupitersphäre
    • und lernt erkennen, wie jedes Organ eigentlich das irdische
    • trägt innerlich in seinen Organen die Abbilder
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    • einen äußeren Vorgang des Verbrennens einer Kerze
    • Organe forscht, wie ich es gestern auseinandergesetzt habe,
    • ausgeführten Weise seine Organe.
    • sehen Sie, durch diese Organerkenntnis, durch diese auf dem
    • Initiatenweg ergriffene Organerkenntnis stellen sich nicht
    • der Organerkenntnis haben Geburt und Tod sogar ihren
    • nur der ganze Mensch, sterben kann nicht ein einzelnes Organ.
    • ist, die einzelnen Organe in einer gewissen Weise für sich
    • belebt werden können. Die einzelnen Organe sterben nicht,
    • die einzelnen Organe suchen sich für ihr Wesen ein jedes
    • ihn zudeckt; es suchen sich die Organe den Weg durch Wasser,
    • Luft und Wärme in den Kosmos hinaus. Die Organe lösen
    • Menschen. Beim Tier muß man von den Organen in dem Sinne
    • Unterschied gegenüber dem Tiere, daß die Organe sich
    • der schnelle Prozeß. Die Organe können auch in ihrer
    • schaut also, wenn man die Organe mit dem
    • Organen sich wirklich vollzieht, dieses Hinausgehen nach ihrer
    • wenn man auf dem Initiatenwege das Organbewußtsein, das
    • Bewußtsein über die Organe entwickelt. Dann erscheint
    • sondern nur aus dem Organanschauen ergibt, um auch wiederum
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