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  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • physical body of man in all its form is the result of a mighty
    • it in a sense the spiritual germ of his future physical earthly body
    • condition, we have in effect lost our physical body — i.e. we
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture I
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    • others actually have models in the physical world. When a sculptor
    • that ordinarily slumber. Just as the physical world is made visible
    • physical world. His dream experiences gain increasing clarity. He
    • the ordinary, physical world. The physical world is a kind of
    • physical ear. This world is called Devachan.
    • element down with him and thus hear the tone element in the physical
    • A tone lies at the foundation of everything in the physical world.
    • Each aspect of the physical represents certain Devachanic
    • body emerges from his physical body. In this state man is certainly
    • harmony he re-enters the physical world. If it is true that man's
    • into physical tone. Unconsciously, the musician has received the
    • into physical sounds. This is the mysterious relationship between
    • music that resounds here in the physical world and hearing spiritual
    • the physical world is a shadow, a real shadow of the much loftier
    • Devachan, and physical music is but a reflection of the spiritual
    • being that forms the basis of esoteric investigation: physical body,
    • body is an etheric archetype of the physical body. A much more
    • (sentient) body, etheric body, and physical body. Sentient soul,
    • is asleep, the sentient body remains in bed with the physical and
    • physical space we feel all other beings as outside of us. In
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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture II
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    • When he awakens in the morning, not only is he physically rejuvenated
    • physical world in his choice of the tones and color harmonies that he
    • existed. With the dense, earthy colors of our physical world,
    • shadow-image, a precipitation of the astral world in the physical
    • not penetrate as far as physical consciousness in order to live in
    • physical realm.
    • world into the physical world. The melodies and harmonies that speak
    • all the physical world, then the etheric body, then the astral body,
    • from the lower nature of man. Physical man lies in bed connected with
    • physical nature is such that it follows these impressions, though he
    • physical to the astral and from these worlds to the Devachanic world,
    • leaves the physical body, he rises through the astral world up into
    • physical world, and in this way man passes continuously from one
    • astral and physical as mere sheaths. His primeval home is in
    • resound in him in the harmonies and melodies of the physical world.
  • 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
    • physical heredity is to what we call an ongoing karma.
    • Musical talent is transmitted purely within physical heredity. The
    • question of physical heredity is superficially resolved when we
    • the physical form of the body — of the nose, for instance —
    • wishes to come to expression on the physical plane. What significance
    • physical plane exerts a power of attraction on the individuality
    • years in Devachan, if a suitable physical body is available on the
    • physical plane, he may incarnate now. Chances are that the
    • to the physical plane. The time in the spiritual world thus can be
    • nature of man in more detail. Man has a physical, an etheric, and an
    • astral body. He has the physical body in common with all beings one
    • physical body, an etheric body, and a sentient body below on the
    • physical plane. Man has an individual soul here on earth, whereas the
    • the physical plane. With the human being, the sentient body is only
    • were completely different from human beings today. On the physical
    • ancient past are the ancestors of present-day physical human nature.
    • They possessed only a physical body, an etheric body, and a sentient
    • [Ich-Leib] descended to meet the upwardly evolving physical
    • beings possessing a physical body, an etheric body, and a sentient
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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
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    • begun. We know that the form of man's physical body is the
    • which becomes the spiritual seed, as it were, for his future physical
    • imaginative world, one has left one's physical body behind
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
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    • the musical element really does not exist in the physical world. It
    • must first be created in the given physical world. This caused people
    • does not have a subject that exists in the outer physical world such
    • being wished to incarnate more deeply into this physical body and
    • relation to his own physical organization. For the first time, man
    • anthroposophy. One thus says that man consists of physical body,
    • that, preceding this descent from the spiritual world to the physical
    • is then able to take hold of the physical embryo, giving rise to the
    • forces of growth and so on. Though physical forces take hold of the
    • “I” through the astral and etheric into the physical. In
    • the fully developed human being living in the physical world, the “I”
    • physical, at first bypassing the astral and etheric. Later, from
    • into the physical world in the first place. The “I” then
    • builds up from the physical with the inclusion of the astral and
    • head, where the physical body becomes the organ of the “I.”
    • limb system — in other words, his most physical component —
    • the inner “I,” the physical, living, inner “I”
    • twice: once as physical, inner “I,” the second time as
    • lowest tones of the scale, the physical body is naturally taken along
    • too. The physical body, however, must push upward into the etheric
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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VI
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    • is in motion outside his physical organization. He paces the seven
    • his physical organization through the experience of the fifth.
    • holy wind that had placed him into the physical world. Based on what
    • physical world. The inner emancipation of the song element into arias
    • of melody, and the physical has fallen away. Here, I have one aspect
    • of my etheric system; again, the physical has fallen away. Then we
    • physical, out of physical substance, as his musical instruments. To
    • spiritual. Into those spaces he put the physical instruments.
    • next to each other, is created only in the physical world by man. All
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VII
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    • through his physical and etheric bodies. By virtue of the
    • appropriately developed sense organs in the physical and etheric
    • related to the physical and etheric bodies; it is at one with them,
    • the physical and the etheric bodies.
    • physical-etheric environment. One therefore must speak of a
    • physical-etheric environment or world in which man exists during this
    • world, however, is totally different from the physical-etheric world.
    • Just as the physical world is our environment when we are awake, so
    • form, how the realms of the physical-etheric world — the
    • direction of our physical-etheric environment, we perceive the three,
    • physical-etheric world and the super-sensible world. We already know
    • in the same way as one describes the physical-etheric world by means
    • the viewpoint of the physical-etheric world and its history. Today,
    • physical-sensible world. There, I employed philosophical expressions,
    • bearer of his physical and etheric bodies. In a manner of speaking,
    • man withdraws his experiences as a bearer of his physical and etheric
    • physical and etheric bodies. I interweave my earthly existence with
    • transported from his physical body — as the experience of the
    • perceived by Lemurian man, when he was transported from his physical
  • Title: The Occult Basis of Music
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    • were things and beings which differed from anything physical in being
    • much more real than the physical one — a world which in relation
    • to the physical world appears as a densification, a crystallisation,
    • the physical ear.
    • and it is then possible to hear also the ground-tones of the physical
    • world. For every physical thing has its ground-note in the devachanic
    • physical body; his soul then lives in the devachanic world. Its
    • The composer translates into physical sounds the rhythms and harmonies
    • harmonies which he translates into physical terms. That is the secret
    • connection between the music which resounds in the physical world and
    • physical music to this spiritual music is like that of a shadow to the
    • physical world is like a shadow, a true shadow, of the far higher
    • Man has his physical body, and an etheric model for it, the
    • the physical realm, where everything we see and hear is outside
    • the astral body into Manas, the ether-body into Buddhi, the physical
    • and for working on his physical body he needs forces from the higher



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