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  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • humanity has been passing. I cannot help thinking to-day of the
    • have nothing to do with this kind of thinking and who face the
    • equally materialistic mode of thinking must not be disparaged, yet it
    • idea of annihilation at death distasteful to him. Think about all that
    • The human form is a most marvellous structure. Think, to begin with,
    • But think of the ancient symbol. The true picture of this
    • For think of it — in the life of man there are also the same
    • dying we owe the fact that we can think and be conscious beings. The
    • himself if he sees only what is earthly and thinks that what is beyond
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture II: The Soul Life of Man ...
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    • life in him. We should not be able to think, the head would not be an
    • awakeness as complete as that of thinking and sense-perception. When
    • attentive and deliberately trains his thinking, he sees much more than
    • thinking that is connected with sense-perception is extinguished, for
    • concepts, such a man merely thinks words. He becomes unfree
    • because all his thinking is absorbed in words. This is a fundamental
    • Again, if we wish to understand thinking, feeling and willing, then we
    • of sense. Thinking, feeling and willing are the forces through which
    • Archangels depends upon how we have ennobled our thinking and
    • Midnight Hour of Existence, our thinking dies away. It is this
    • thinking which now, after the Midnight Hour of Existence, is
    • which permeate our physical organs of thinking in the coming earthly
    • life are shaped by our former thinking. The forces working in the
    • forces which have worked over into this life from thinking as it was
    • But first and foremost our thinking must be permeated with real
    • speaking only of his thoughts, of his more or less abstract thinking.
    • conduct — then his living thinking, his living will, his living
    • Our abstract, rationalistic thinking is verily a corpse of the
    • physical corpse, so we have in abstract thinking, a life of soul that
    • may pour new life into the abstract thinking that is a corpse of the
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  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • certain respect also to the life of feeling. The faculty of thinking
    • spiritual world — to the extent to which thinking is unmixed with
    • feeling. Our thinking faculty per se comes with us at birth
    • teachers we are incapable of helping the child to think
    • The faculty of thinking which we bring with us at birth, comes to an
    • egotistic life of soul in man, they think they have done what is
    • Think of the peninsula which you, together with the Swedes, have as
    • people are living and thinking to-day exactly as they did in 1914. In
    • I want you to think of the fourth century A.D., or rather of the
    • sense it is stripped of spirituality. Think now of your Northern world
    • think more of the external character of the peoples.
    • now think of the remarkable character — and this applies even at
    • think about things instead of trying to know them from inside
    • every reason at the present time to think about these things. It is,
    • our thinking. But the kind of will that is kindled in the Swedish soul



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