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  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • becomes an integral part of us. In our aeriform organism we actually
    • in the very nature of things water cannot become an organism, is bound
    • imparts what lives within it to the air, and we become aware of what
    • interpenetrates, and because the Ego is in the warmth-organism it also
    • Obscurely and dimly, dreams point to our inner organic life, and we
    • entirely in it. Insufficient attention is paid to this, because people
    • We look back over our life, at the series of pictures of our
    • backward survey of our life the intervals of sleep are ignored. It
    • the same way the experience is a positive one when we are looking back
    • because consciousness is focused entirely on the pictures left by
    • mirrors back to us in chaotic pictures certain fragments of our inner,
    • obscurely. Thus we have already considered three stages of knowledge:
    • the waking consciousness and as states of consciousness become ever
    • but fluctuating outlines, for consciousness here itself becomes
    • dreamless sleep, in which ideas and thought-pictures become not only
    • attention to states of being where the soul-element becomes a bodily
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • current today. It became clear to us that in order to build this
    • organism, the warmth-organism and thus becoming by degrees more
    • everything will eventually become a kind of slag-heap in the universe.
    • alleged, the world becomes a slag-heap, this will also be the
    • but he becomes organically warmer as well — though this is not so
    • by a moral ideal, works in turn upon the air-organism, because warmth
    • hidden. Within the fluid organism — because everything in the
    • but they operate within him nevertheless. They become free when he
    • moral ideas as such become fruitful only in so far as we remain in the
    • our fluid organism, tone was kindled which now becomes part of
    • tone and light into the universe and will become
    • the case of the plant we must go back to the seed, so in the case of
    • these future worlds that will come into being, we must go back to the
    • with enthusiasm and become impulses for deeds, work as world-creative
    • effect upon the warmth-organism. Because this is so, they also have a
    • should not be man in the true sense. Because the universe dies in us,
    • universe. But these thoughts are the corpse of the universe. We become
    • only because a new universe at once begins to dawn that we do not
    • Because of unwillingness to consider these things, the ideas of the
    • modern thought has every reason to do so, because otherwise it would
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • How, in reality, do we become inwardly more and more spiritual? —
    • in pursuit of sensations does not make us more spiritual. We become
    • spiritual we become. When we take in thoughts from the outer material
    • thoughts — we become, as you can easily realize, unfree; for we
    • only when we elaborate the thoughts do we become free in the real
    • thinking becomes what I have called in my Philosophy of Spiritual
    • will, when we become inwardly free; our thinking attains such maturity
    • that has now become thought, or our thinking that has now become will.
    • freedom dawns when we enable the will to become an ever
    • because, as man, we are a unified whole, when we reach the point where
    • within us a mirror-reality only. Because this is so, the other reality
    • But why are mathematical concepts a priori? Because they stream
    • reason why they appear real to our consciousness is because they are
    • abstract modern thinking has become when it uses abstract words for
    • be irradiated by the will in order to become reality, ancient
    • object. This is because we permeate the action with thoughts. But the
    • (Gewalt), because the reality in which we are living is indeed
    • of thought? — Reality is becoming semblance! It is
    • thought which there is reality, becomes semblance, and he leads over
    • again to become reality of the future.
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