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  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • of what we call the ego of the human being, which bestows as
    • physiognomy. We cannot investigate the ego by
    • then approach the ego not by
    • but we first acquire a real spiritual observation of the ego
    • to achieve such a view of the ego in ordinary life, in our
    • of the ego, is that the latter gradually evolves as the body
    • grows. A child does not appear to have an ego. As the body
    • ego appears to wrestle its way out of the body. This view is
    • ego it is possible to see where the error of the ordinary
    • gives us insight into the human ego. When we can use this
    • human ego is no more connected to the bodily nature, that is,
    • the lungs. We get to know the ego as it really is and we know
    • from outside, so the ego flows out of the spiritual world into
    • connection of the ego to a spiritual world that is independent
    • knowledge of the ego, and it is the first thing we come to know
    • about the nature of the ego. From this point we learn more and
    • the ego as something independent of the life of the body in the
    • ego, as a state where the ego is embedded in spiritual beings.
    • link the ego to other spiritual beings, which can be observed
    • ego is linked to them and we find a complete ego-organism. This
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  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • dividing everything into particular classes or categories, in
    • to a certain category, to be put in its particular place.
    • categories. We should imagine for once how we should deal with
    • nature, which we quite rightly divide into categories, if
    • putting things into categories, classes, determining a
    • self, the same self, but in another form, the true ego
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture III: The Science of the Spirit and Modern Questions
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    • an ego. It gives us our ordinary self-consciousness. We
    • in an allegorical or symbolical way.
  • Title: Lecture: On The Three Magi
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    • desire). Kama is egotistic love. The first bringer of Love free of all
    • egoism is Christ Who appeared in the body of Jesus of Nazareth.
    • the coming of Christ, the Bringer of the Love that is free of egoism
  • Title: Impulse Kultur/Wissenschaft: Vortrag VIII: Bericht
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    • Und die Woche war so eingeteilt, daß begonnen wurde mit dem
  • Title: Anthroposophy in Daily Life
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    • learning that man consists of a physical body, an etheric body, an astral body and an Ego.
    • anything in regard to the inner laws of our Ego? For it is impossible to recognise right
    • Ego? This is not easy to grasp.
    • balance. If we adopt this attitude, our Ego sends forces into the astral body, so that the

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