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  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • development of subjects we are studying at the present time. We have
    • saying this. I have already drawn attention to the fact that when we
    • have shown by the example of the cerebral fluid, and the aeriform
    • obvious from the fact that the different solid substances have, for
    • the human organism are differentiated, have different specific weights
    • have something that constantly builds itself up out of the whole
    • Ego generate impulses of will? From a different point of view we have
    • have within us our etheric body; it works and is active by giving rise
    • have an etheric organism complete in itself, consisting of Chemical
    • into and out of it. Thus we have our astral body which is the bearer
    • organism works upon everything else. But we get nowhere if we have
    • During the sleeping state we have within us, instead of the Ego —
    • which in waking life we have driven out through our Ego which is part
    • the Ego; we could have no clear realization of our identity. We should
    • we have a white sphere with a black area in the middle, we see
    • obscurely. Thus we have already considered three stages of knowledge:
    • should neither think that we have the solid body only, nor that we
    • have this day-consciousness only. For the solid body is permeated by
    • dream-consciousness, yielding pictures which have no sharp outlines
    • 'fluid' in a certain sense. And as well as the fluid organism we have
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • perceptions with our intellect; we also have feelings in connection
    • with these perceptions, and we have our will-impulses. But we
    • dream of coiling snakes when we have some intestinal disorder, or we
    • it enables us to have perceptions and ideas, we are led to the
    • The great question with which we have been concerning ourselves for
    • graveyard of all moral ideals. They will have vanished. — No
    • nerve-fibres and so forth, you also have a fluid organism and an
    • will more easily understand what I shall now have to say on the basis
    • see, we have come from the realm of soul into the physical!
    • easy to prove with physical instruments. Moral ideals, then, have a
    • the air-organism, so that moral ideals which have a stimulating effect
    • We also have within us the fluid organism. Warmth, stimulated in the
    • with all the impressions we have had. Our Ego was living in the
    • You will now begin to have an inkling of what the life that pervades
    • powers. Theoretical ideas and speculation's have a cooling, subduing
    • effect upon the warmth-organism. Because this is so, they also have a
    • light within it; they have a deadening effect upon tone, and an
    • have to eliminate the moral world-order — which in actual fact it
    • As we have heard, in man's constitution warmth is an organism; the
    • I have said that ‘moral intuitions’ are
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • As doers, as men of action, we have our place in social life and
    • If we review all the thoughts we have formulated, we shall find in
    • something that we ourselves have experienced. Between birth and death
    • we have, in a certain respect, no thoughts other than those brought to
    • us by life. If our life has been rich in experiences we have a rich
    • thought-content; if our life experiences have been meagre, we have a
    • thinking becomes what I have called in my Philosophy of Spiritual
    • is nothing but will. I have laid particular emphasis on this in the
    • prepare ourselves for what I have called in the
    • absence of volition, intermingle. You have to learn to speak,
    • a starting-point. If you have here a mirror and here an object, the
    • you find nothing. In other words, you have a picture — nothing
    • merely rays into our life since birth. As thinking beings, we have
    • thoughts, they exist merely as pictures. They have not been acquired
    • have already shown from other points of view how these three elements
    • we permeate it with the real element of the will. There we have
    • arises. Here we have — as if spiritually we could put our very
    • As I have indicated briefly in my book, Riddles of the Soul,
    • the old documents have been burned and new ones written. It is the
    • have already indicated in my Philosophy of Spiritual Activity.
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