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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Contents
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    • The difference of direct and indirect perceptions. Two
    • inner organs are at different stages of their evolution.
    • experience of these two realms is essentially different. In
    • undifferentiated astral body. To understand the human
    • directions of space are qualitatively different. Through
    • between the 15th and 19th Centuries. The difference between
    • different and therefore also his relation to the divine beings
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Foreword
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    • first, the difference between a sense organ and what he
    • follow, then, that a wholly different conception of the
    • their present maturity, and which gave him a different
    • difference between the past and the future; and although man in
    • evolves. Knowing was different in the past. It will be
    • different again in the future, but we must be able to see the
    • direction in which that difference lies. Then we shall be able
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture I: The Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution
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    • different coloring from what was originally experienced
    • experience of will is radically different. Ordinary
    • indifferent to things we feel delight in the rose; it gives us
    • participate very differently in the bright clarity of our
    • completely different in character. Our mental life refers
    • can discover the difference between sense perceptions that are
    • related to the world in two different ways. We have one kind of
    • are related differently to what comes about through our will
    • size. I then chop it and now it is different. The change
    • eye. We must realize that man would be different if he did not
    • differently without the refreshing, quickening effect of
    • secretion and circulation but in a different way. In short, we
    • our lungs. But it affects us differently if the lung has a
    • perception through a different process from our conscious
    • eyes and also his ears must of course have been quite different
    • in form and served different purposes.
    • different points of view. Today, by way of introduction, I have
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture II: The True Nature of Memory - 1
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    • the limbs we must choose a different approach in order to
    • a completely different world. Even in public lectures I have
    • we experience a different environment. I mentioned
    • Genuine spiritual perceptions act differently — they are
    • To experience the soul directly is different. The soul is
    • differently the Greeks experienced their tragedies from
    • pointed to the fundamental difference between Greek
    • a Greek tragedy were affected by it very differently from the
    • be amused and lets the play flow over him indifferently. When a
    • differently from the usual way where there is no
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture III: The True Nature of Memory - 2
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    • for comparing different states of consciousness must say to
    • differs from what occurs when fully awake. When awake we know
    • is also physical but differentiated from the solid physical
    • breathing we find a different situation. The physical
    • into account these different interactions of what pertains to
    • mirror. Or, said differently, when too much salt is secreted
    • done anyway. To do something different is more important
    • different. The manner in which a person alters his thoughts can
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IV: The Human Soul in Relation to Moon and Stars
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    • appears; we have seen that the situation is somewhat different,
    • different.
    • a scrap of difference what condition I am in. Nor does he care
    • things become different. At first there is a great struggle to
    • the sun differently. At a certain point, when inspired
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture V: The Human Soul in Relation Sun and Moon
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    • indifference whether a living actor is seen on the stage
    • does make a considerable difference. But today there is no deep
    • fundamental feeling for this difference. If there were, then
    • different relation to his environment (drawing on the right).
    • The Gods had intended quite a different world.
    • pattern it ultimately makes no difference whether one thinks of
    • appearing frequently in many different forms, even in the cult
    • the physical and must be approached with a different kind of
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VI: The Formation of the Etheric and the Astral Heart
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    • differs considerably from what we experience here on
    • birth; they are utterly different from earthly conditions. Yet
    • undifferentiated at the periphery. During the time from
    • certainly has one, but one obtained differently from the way in
    • last death. This astral body is extraordinarily differentiated
    • highly differentiated astral body becomes ever more
    • undifferentiated. Originally, it is a structure of which one
    • it comes from a different world. It has entered into this
    • differentiations enter in, slowly at first, but from puberty
    • effects are there but the differentiations which the astral
    • the child presents, gradually becomes undifferentiated;
    • the organs. Into this undifferentiated structure all the
    • becomes differentiated in the most varied manner through our
    • difference whether a person dies before or after puberty. When
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VII: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • develop. Today I want to indicate how during different
    • knowledge were very different from those appropriate
    • different phases to become what may be described as modern
    • different from what it is today. In the present age we
    • add something to it in our imagination. It was different in the
    • thunder, in every star, in the beings of the different
    • holding and exhaling of the breath differently and so
    • felt quite differently about the world than he felt in his
    • differently when these experiences were revealed through
    • different consciousness when we separate thinking from
    • This is how modern meditation differs from the Yoga
    • illustrate the difference, I will draw it schematically: Let
    • beholding of what one was (red). That is the difference.
    • differences by keeping his body for lengthy periods in
    • This faculty must be regained but along a different path. For
    • differences within the directions of space by undertaking such
    • various directions have different values.
    • difference between that and what the ascetic endured just to
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VIII: The Elementary World and its Beings
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    • Yesterday we saw how, during the different epochs of human
    • today, with that of the Yogi. It makes a difference whether
    • must gradually acquire knowledge in a different way; he must
    • no difference whether one uses these terms or prefers the more
    • beings of the higher elements differ considerably from those of
    • towards unity. It is difficult to differentiate them from one
    • near to spiritual reality something completely different
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IX: The Contrasting World-Conceptions of East and West
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    • different aspects of the world around us through our various
    • and has gone through a great many different stages. At present,
    • differently education was regarded in the ancient Orient.
    • thought life utterly different from ours. We must exert
    • completely different attitude to thought life from
    • his sleep life was different from that of modern man. During
    • situation was different. During man's sleep the organs of his
    • different.
    • sight of the ancient Greeks differed from ours. They did not
    • The Greek did not really differentiate between blue and green;
    • therefore looked quite different from the way it is seen with
    • the whole sense system has become different in the course of
    • was left in his organism. Because man was now differently
    • respect, something quite different from that of Europe,
    • makes no difference in this respect whether a person has good
    • beings, was within the human head. We differentiate threefold
    • drawing). We differentiate this threefold man and we know

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