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  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • realities of the situation, hold no such belief. Far from it.
    • must unfold, gradually, into fruit — into a true and quickened
    • Spirit is peculiarly adapted, can be unfolded, insight can ripen and
    • of what went before? It is, in short, only egotism that makes man hold
    • It is clear from this that egotism has laid hold of the very depths of
    • When we study the threefold human form in its relation to the Cosmos,
    • indeed, that during earthly life man can unfold a certain faculty of
    • Ego-conscious-ness, a faculty for self-contemplation, unfolds.
    • forth. In old calendars we frequently find the symbol of Aries, but
    • the instinctive — clairvoyance of olden times — once again
    • consciousness of olden times, man envisaged as working up from beneath
    • were also conceived of as fourfold. Now it must be remembered that
    • metabolic process to the head. If the head were to unfold merely its
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture II: The Soul Life of Man ...
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    • What our Angel unfolds, together with the higher Hierarchies (that is
    • to say, what the Beings of the First Hierarchy unfold together with
    • unfolded in his soul and Spirit during his life between birth and
    • through death. This activity which unfolds between the Angel and the
    • Earth, lays hold of the limb-and-metabolic organism. When we enter
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • able, as a free individual, to take hold of his human nature. We also
    • face of the manifold variety of the world it is purposeless to keep
    • struck their blows in manifold ways but man to-day is largely unaware
    • centuries, we find the old, inherited wisdom being brought to bear
    • the old Gnostic wisdom into Christianity is branded as a heretic:
    • Julian, the so-called Apostate, who wants to unite the old pagan
    • are called upon to lay hold of Christianity in a more elementary way,
    • have described — the old Athenian Schools of Philosophy were
    • did not understand the old spirituality and brought a more
    • unfold, paramountly, their nature of will. As they send their
    • impulse towards the East, they unfold their life of reflection, their
    • has developed, the old teachings of the Gods were carried towards the
    • olden times is as I have described it, a different mission is carried
    • physical fellow-beings during the times of their old historical
    • old beaten tracks. Those however who let this opposition deter them
    • them by men who in a decadent age hold leading positions: What have I

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