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  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • menacing form. Those who were able to follow the course of events,
    • there was really no possibility of basing the management of public
    • been within the reach of many leading men, they were not willing to
    • Norway can count among its people, men who will range themselves on
    • possible. Up here there is a certain detachment from European
    • convenience men brush aside all that is said with the intention of
    • times about disarmament and other ‘luxuries’ of the kind — for
    • surrounded on all hands by really marvellous technical achievements.
    • disarmament, about the desirability of ending wars... a great war
    • disarmament conferences, if the people of Asia cannot perceive
    • men flee, which for the sake of ease they would fain avoid, but which
    • struck. Either men will resolve to bring forth the spirituality of
    • is for men themselves to decide for or against spirituality. If
    • only be possible for a spiritual Movement to be taken seriously when
    • with inner understanding men are prepared to ascribe to it a mission
    • men did not speak of the great mechanical processes in the Universe
    • heavens, he loses himself. By far the most important elements
    • from what it was in times when men also spoke of ‘unborn-ness.’
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  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture II: The Soul Life of Man ...
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    • From this it may be concluded that for consciousness, for mental
    • necessary; while a thriving life, vehement and intense, is necessary
    • arm, when we do this or that, we can perceive what movements
    • death. In his earthly development, however, man is so constituted that
    • acquires its real significance for us when it becomes our environment
    • moment comes when the Angel must as it were deliver up to the
    • moment of time; he should be received with warmth. And then he will be
    • Science must assume that in former earthly lives many men became more
    • the present phase of evolution, there are many men whose life between
    • When we carefully observe the life of to-day we find that although men
    • him through the world of the Elements, through fire, air, water and
    • all the conditions described have been fulfilled by the achievements
    • because all his thinking is absorbed in words. This is a fundamental
    • characteristic of modern men.
    • Earthly life in its historical development, especially in its present
    • becoming apparent in the life of the peoples — to give men who
    • his corpse is committed to the Earth, or to the Elements. His true
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • and love for his fellow-men; in this way he enables his Guardian Angel
    • core of our being, is the element appertaining to the will, and in a
    • times, religion, education, indeed every domain of mental and
    • egotism. On the one side they encourage inertia by not spurring men on
    • into play whenever mention is made of the life after death. Life after
    • that Indians differ from Americans or Englishmen, but Swedes are often
    • existence and that, fundamentally, this physical existence is governed
    • programmes, men disperse without having come to any real decision
    • seemed to you to be the direct expression of violent, elemental
    • North may well have been perplexed, for it really was as though men
    • — even a period fraught with happenings as momentous as those of
    • — all this begins to take on a more superficial character. Men
    • are called upon to lay hold of Christianity in a more elementary way,
    • regarded as an undesirable element in Christianity... There you have
    • can truly be said that there, in the South, men looked back to a lofty
    • aside; the human element had more and more taken the place of
    • and more put aside and the human element brought to the fore.
    • fundamentally human influence to the South. And so the lofty primeval
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