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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture I
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    • physical ear. This world is called Devachan.
    • Devachanic world, however, is this flowing ocean of tones. From this
    • Each aspect of the physical represents certain Devachanic
    • soul experiences Devachan between two incarnations on earth, then we
    • music of Devachan. The archetype, the pattern, of music exists in
    • Devachan, and physical music is but a reflection of the spiritual
    • soul, dwell in the world of Devachan.
    • Devachan, however, we do not feel ourselves outside of other beings;
    • in all esoteric schools, the sphere of Devachan and also the astral
    • saturated by these tones. When he returns, from the Devachanic world,
    • permeated with the vibrations of the Devachanic realm; he has these
    • brought these vibrations of Devachan along with him, man can convey
    • body must be acquired from the Devachanic world, and the force man
    • from the higher Devachanic world. One can work on the astral body
    • requires the forces of the Devachanic world. One can work on the
    • physical body only with the forces of the still higher Devachanic
    • feels in music an echo of what it has experienced in Devachan. The
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture II
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    • opens to man is Devachan, the so-called mental world, and he enters
    • world rings out to him. This is how the Devachanic world truly
    • theosophical books contain other descriptions of Devachan, but they
    • plane and of experiences there, but his description of Devachan is
    • particular characteristic of Devachan, at least essentially. Of
    • course, one must not imagine that the Devachanic world does not
    • penetrates the Devachanic world. The essence of the Devachanic realm,
    • a still higher plane of Devachan, tone becomes something akin to
    • composer conjures a still higher world; he conjures the Devachanic
    • faithful copies of the Devachanic world. If we are at all capable of
    • astral and Devachanic worlds. In these worlds, specifically in the
    • Devachanic world, the soul absorbs into itself the world of tones.
    • physical to the astral and from these worlds to the Devachanic world,
    • Devachan. There he finds his true home; there he finds his place of
    • human being, however, experiences the elements of the Devachanic
    • Devachan, and the echoes from this homeland, the spiritual world,
    • the Devachanic world, is given to him in music. This is why music is
    • Just as the human soul flows downward from its home in Devachan and
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture III
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    • shadow-image of the Devachanic life is given to us on the physical
    • above in Devachan. Even if the individual's spiritual sojourn
    • years in Devachan, if a suitable physical body is available on the
    • Devachan by remaining there that much longer. Such laws lie at the
  • Title: The Occult Basis of Music
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    • This world is called the devachanic world (Deva=spirit, chan=home).
    • the astral world. The essential element of the devachanic world is the
    • world. For every physical thing has its ground-note in the devachanic
    • world, and in every countenance devachanic ground-notes are figured
    • physical body; his soul then lives in the devachanic world. Its
    • everyday world. Just as the human soul has a sojourn in Devachan
    • music of Devachan. The primal image, the archetype, of music is in
    • Devachan; and having understood this, we can now examine the effect of
    • Sentient Soul, are in the devachanic world. This is not like living in
    • ourselves. The beings of Devachan interpenetrate us, and we are within
    • devachanic-astral realm is called the world of interpenetrability. Man
    • When he returns from this devachanic world, his Sentient Soul, his
    • itself on the wax, so the astral body imprints the devachanic rhythms
    • his etheric body he has to call on forces from the devachanic world,
    • devachanic world. During the night he draws from the world of flowing

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