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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Contents
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    • Yogi. The Yogi combined breathing and thinking into one
    • simply born with it. The Yogi attained knowledge by entering
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture I: The Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution
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    • an Indian yogi, we do not in normal life notice the function of
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VII: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • the people in general from among whom the Yogi
    • Yogi rose above the level of the masses whose experiences
    • exercises the Yogi transformed his breathing into a
    • the breathing process became conscious. The Yogi projected
    • Yogi, by altering the rhythm of the breath, drew it consciously
    • Something extraordinary happened to the Yogi by this means. The
    • Thus, the Yogi did not feel thinking to be merely a
    • of this was that there arose in the Yogi an enhanced feeling of
    • This had a very definite effect upon the Yogi. When man today
    • between birth and death. The Yogi radiated the ensouled
    • whole mood and setting. In just the same way did the Yogi,
    • the Yogi felt how in the transformed breathing his thoughts
    • While the Yogi in Ancient India passed from one kind of
    • exercises of this kind — the Yogi, too, was obliged
    • followed, the exact opposite is achieved to that of the Yogi in
    • world. The Yogi turned back into his own rhythm. Today man must
    • The Yogi sank down, as it were, into his own breathing process;
    • this be the Yogi (first drawing, white lines). He
    • That was one of the methods by which the Yogi attained insight
    • make himself conscious of this sense of balance, the Yogi
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VIII: The Elementary World and its Beings
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    • explained yesterday, the Yogi attempted to penetrate to his own
    • the `I', the feeling of selfhood. This the Yogi had first to
    • today, with that of the Yogi. It makes a difference whether
    • whether one simply has it. When, as was the case with the Yogi,
    • Yogi crept into his inner being, by hitching together, as it

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