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  • Title: Cover Sheet
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    • Printed in Manuscript for the members of the School of Spiritual
    • through the School itself or in an equivalent manner recognized by
  • Title: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • I. Soul-and-Spirit in Man's Physical Constitution
    • The physical organism of man is considered today to consist of more
    • man has within him as definite organisms, a fluid body, an air-body
    • members of man's whole being and with the different Ethers. —
    • Thought and Tone; Ego and circulating Blood. — Man in the sleeping
    • state. — Man's relation to the universal Spirituality. —
    • the human organism prevailing today is unable to build any bridge between
    • theoretical ideas on the four organisms in man. — The materialistic
    • and energy die away to nullity; but man's moral thinking imbues life
    • into substance and will. — The natural world dies away in man;
    • physical. — The moral power developed by man rays out and is
    • Man as a being of Thinking, Action and Feeling. — The connection of
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
    • been able to gather together many essential details which are
    • essential for a knowledge of man's being. On the one side, we are
    • gradually discovering man's place in the life of the cosmos, and on
    • understanding of man's being and nature.
    • When man is studied by modern scientific thinking, one part only of
    • the fact that in addition to his physical body, man also has higher
    • In studying the human being, only those elements which can be pictured
    • elements pass into and out of the human being, but these are not in
    • themselves considered to be integral members of the human organism.
    • The warmth within man which is greater than that of his environment is
    • processes in the purely liquid components of the human organism are
    • general idea is that man, as a physical structure, consists of the
    • Man is pictured as a structure built up from these more or less solid
    • the human organism as such. It is said: Yes, the human being draws in
    • whole man as a column of fluid
    • In addition to the solid man, therefore, we must bear in mind the
    • ‘fluid man’ and also the ‘aeriform man.’ For
    • is not a uniform warmth extending over the whole human being, but is also
    • fluid organism in earthly man without speaking of the etheric body
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • of man, and at the end it was possible to show that a really
    • penetrating study of human nature is able to build a bridge between
    • man's external constitution and what it unfolds, through
    • bridge we must know how man's constitution is to be regarded. We saw
    • the organisms in the human constitution; that the existence of a fluid
    • members of man's nature which we are accustomed to regard as such,
    • of the fluid body, of everything that is fluid in the human organism;
    • this experience of the void is necessary in order that man shall feel
    • weeks, the cardinal question in man's conception of the world, is
    • its own. Man receives the moral impulses into himself as impulses of
    • that is astir with life, and finally man himself came out of the
    • of the fact that man also has within him a fluid organism, an aeriform
    • in an enhancement of warmth in the warmth-organism. Not only is man
    • warmth-organism it is an actual air-organism in man. Warmth, quickened
    • pervades the whole human organism, pervades every part of it. The
    • light are not in themselves luminous, but they manifest in man's
    • expression — through the air that is within man. They are, so to
    • yet the developed plant. Nevertheless man has a source of light within
    • human constitution interpenetrates — a process takes place which
    • air, speaks of tones just as he would speak of a man as having nothing
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • Man stands in the world as thinking, contemplative being on the one
    • only consider how a man may be satisfied or dissatisfied with the
    • we Man in the truest sense. Consider too, how everything that
    • gives us the consciousness of our essential manhood is connected with
    • contemplate the world would entail forfeiting our essential manhood.
    • will operates in us. It is not the case in human nature, nor is
    • thought. When we picture the thinking human being in this way, when we
    • inherently our own. For the fulfillment of what self-knowledge demands
    • Not by taking in as many thoughts as possible from the surrounding
    • everything that can stream into man from the spiritual world has its
    • Now let us consider the human being from the opposite pole, that of
    • come by degrees to actions which are more and more emancipated from
    • because, as man, we are a unified whole, when we reach the point where
    • Thus you see how in the human being the two great ideals, freedom and
    • love, grow together. Freedom and love are also that which man,
    • Let us now consider the other pole of man's nature, where the thoughts
    • and which can come to life again only if man acquires the knowledge
    • But what is it that is actually taking place as man unfolds his life
    • part of our manhood, but also means something in the cosmos. Think of
    • it — a man is born in a particular year; before then he was in
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