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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Contents
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    • organs in the human being and the transformation of organs of life into
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    • by man. The eye as vitalizing organ. Sunlight and soul life.
    • The lung as future sense organ. All man's organs are
    • While the physical aspect of man disappears to spiritual sight
    • The human soul can be reached only through higher
    • Man's fluid, airy and warmth organisms are disregarded by
    • man's whole organization. The cerebral fluid contains an image
    • of man before birth. The soul cannot penetrate what is
    • Man's organism rightly understood reveals itself as an image of
    • When man attains imagination and inspiration he ceases to stand
    • are derived from the sun. Man exists within the
    • “lower” sun on man's physical nature is
    • Modern man has little talent for examining his inner world
    • significance of technology in man's development. The technical
    • as unavoidable if man was to gain independence from
    • devoid of spirit, man must find the spirit. In pure thinking man goes
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Cover Sheet
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    • organs in the human being and the transformation of organs of life into
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    • Human Soul
    • containing the German texts is entitled Menschliches
    • They were translated from the German by Rita Stebbing.
    • human soul in relation to world evolution.
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Back Cover
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    • organs in the human being and the transformation of organs of life into
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    • “embryology” of the supersensible part of the human
    • “Let us imagine ... the soul and spirit of man
    • approaching his birth from the spiritual world. That which man
    • body which develops within man is a world in itself. One might
    • body of man at the moment when he is uniting himself with
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Foreword
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    • inherent in human knowing to take man beyond the sense
    • is contained in them is founded on a conception of man and the
    • live nor the means for a full assessment of man as a being of
    • which the spirit in man manifesting as thought gives to them,
    • them and the cosmos out of which man has evolved. Our sense
    • world, and man's being and activity in it, must arise as a
    • perception earlier man had before the sense organs had reached
    • possession of mankind, but he is able to communicate the
    • possible for the future, will, however, only happen if man has
    • difference between the past and the future; and although man in
    • achievement of human knowledge. They will disappear as all
    • happened to man so that he could come to know the world in such
    • evolution of the knowing capacity itself. Earlier man did not
    • that that is all we can know of it. This has completely cut man
    • and the world should evolve. They will be able to use man's
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture I: The Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution
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    • Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution is the title
    • given to this course of lectures. However, man's
    • does continuously ask: How do I as man belong within the
    • that, particularly, man's religious life has always arisen as a
    • depth of the human soul. The way man through religion feels
    • Man
    • Man's experience when he begins to observe his inner life, when
    • self-observation does not satisfy the deeper needs of man's
    • and in human life?
    • There is a tendency in man to seek, at first, the deeper
    • fact that man's soul life harbors a contradiction. This comes
    • eventually this contradiction, connected as it is with man's
    • whole destiny and with the experiences of his humanity,
    • memory picture. Since we, as human beings, are not quite
    • Let us say we have before us a human being; countless
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture II: The True Nature of Memory - 1
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    • the limbs are connected. This aspect of man is simply no longer
    • this is man as he appears to physical sight (drawing on the
    • get becomes more and more like an image of a human corpse
    • man leaves behind at death, of that which is either buried or
    • visible to physical sight, just as that part of man ceases to
    • said that where physical man has arms spiritual beings have
    • wings; and that after death so did spiritual man. However, to
    • fact, most of the movements done by human beings are done
    • same with the legs. I said yesterday that the movements man
    • inspiration. However, man causes things to happen not only
    • ceases to be visible; whereas all man's deeds gradually become
    • find the transition from the physical aspect of man to the
    • man's senses and also what so to speak constitutes his will
    • perceptible to the higher man who gradually develops and frees
    • himself from ordinary man, though the latter is still present
    • Take the example of the human eye. To ordinary
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture III: The True Nature of Memory - 2
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    • known to us. When we consider man as he lives between
    • and sleeping. Human nature itself can be divided
    • knowledge of man if we use discernment when comparing
    • Let us consider sleeping man, on the one hand, and, on the
    • other, man engaged in an act of will. The characteristic
    • feature of sleeping man is that the very factor that makes us
    • human — the experience of the I or ego — is absent.
    • present before us as physical man.
    • us now compare dreaming man with man experiencing feelings. By
    • Let us imagine man schematically (white lines) and draw what we
    • moment he wakes up man does not experience such a tissue of
    • When man is fully awake then what weaves and hovers as dreams
    • which from outside draws into man. What has just been described
    • is in fact the entry of what we call the astral body into man's
    • quite unpleasant. Many dreams are connected with anxiety. You
    • astral body enters man's physical body. You will always find
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IV: The Human Soul in Relation to Moon and Stars
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    • organs in the human being and the transformation of organs of life into
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    • main concern yesterday was to show that the human soul is an
    • active being, that she permeates the human organism with
    • keep in mind that, provided one grasps the human organism in
    • us look for a moment at man in relation to his
    • this relationship is that man's life of soul is separate,
    • consciousness — lies outside the awareness of the human
    • impulse is carried out. However, as soon as man attains
    • situation is that man, through his senses, perceives the
    • pictures of them. That is the situation when man's
    • When man looks within himself he becomes aware first of all
    • dream-like, well up from our human nature. In short, we also
    • me make a drawing of what it is that man discovers when he
    • which man prizes so highly on the physical plane — his
    • thoughts. This web of thoughts man feels to be located in his
    • I say — the more aristocratic part of human nature. But
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture V: The Human Soul in Relation Sun and Moon
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    • of man is incorporated into world evolution as a whole.
    • number of impressions. Present-day man has for centuries been
    • simplest people. This all stems from the fact that modern man
    • such as those we spoke about yesterday. Present- day man has no
    • On the other hand, man forms at least some ideas concerning the
    • There are many people who do not care for such objective
    • fill man's inner being. Whether it is only a little local paper
    • really occupies man today is the external world. I am not
    • interested in man as such that it has become a matter of
    • concepts which are today imparted to man's soul are simply
    • to the fact that if we go back in the history of mankind's
    • man which I have always designated as an instinctive, dreamlike
    • this correspondence is all man has to hold on to.
    • man in his instinctive clairvoyance had a living quality within
    • him. Modern man believes that it was mere fantasy and that it
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VI: The Formation of the Etheric and the Astral Heart
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    • have often discussed the development of the human being during
    • the first periods of life. Many years ago I first drew
    • though man is not aware of it, this participation continues but
    • in front of the lens. The human being becomes aware of what is
    • the periphery of the human being. In early childhood, until the
    • occurs does the human ether body live in intimate union with
    • When we observe man in the spiritual world, long before he
    • with man's life in the spiritual-soul world — this will be
    • Before man approaches his physical body, or rather the embryo,
    • in which man lives prior to his life on earth. Before uniting
    • soul and spirit of man approaching from the spiritual world
    • (see drawing, violet). That which man draws towards himself
    • within man is a world in itself. One might say that it is a
    • man, at the moment when he is uniting himself with the physical
    • development, while the human being grows together more
    • say that the stars dissolve within the human ether body and
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VII: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • spoke yesterday about how man's etheric and astral bodies
    • epochs man attained knowledge of this kind. A description
    • of how higher knowledge is attained provides insight into man's
    • times man possessed a faculty of instinctive
    • clairvoyance. This clairvoyance went through many
    • man's consciousness of the world, a consciousness out of which
    • described how man at present, when he understands his own
    • When we look back to the spiritual strivings of man in a very
    • civilization. Many people nowadays are returning to what was
    • human beings who lived during the period described in my
    • individuals developed, in a manner suited to that age, inner
    • mankind's evolution, human consciousness in general was very
    • remote past for then, as we know, man saw more in the external
    • world than ordinary man sees today. In lightning and
    • little understand the nature of man, especially that of man in
    • manifesting in lightning and thunder, in springs and rivers, in
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VIII: The Elementary World and its Beings
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    • before, matters which concern mankind's evolution insofar
    • as this evolution is dependent upon man's relationship with
    • day before yesterday we saw how man's inner being appears to
    • within the physical-soul-spiritual being of man something comes
    • beings. Man draws together these forces to form his ether body
    • world, there unites the effect of man's earthly deeds, of
    • Yesterday we saw how, during the different epochs of human
    • evolution, man not only sought but actually did, by various
    • ready to pour into man's earthly existence. The present
    • forms a link in mankind's evolution between an era of mainly
    • important task for mankind in the era of intellectuality
    • general, mankind has no longer the same enthusiasm for
    • That human intelligence has become something mechanical which
    • mankind was predestined to develop predominantly between the
    • now seeks entry into the earthly life of mankind.
    • Whether this will happen depends upon man opening his heart and
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IX: The Contrasting World-Conceptions of East and West
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    • man.
    • What I have just said is applicable to present-day man in the
    • period in mankind's evolution.
    • relationship, especially at this point in mankind's
    • evolution, unless we bear in mind that man has evolved
    • and has gone through a great many different stages. At present,
    • in our so-called civilized age we find, when we consider man's
    • thoughtless when we regard earlier periods of human life which
    • although the human beings were not undergoing education from
    • this ability he would be lost in the modern world. Man
    • However, it would be quite wrong to conclude that man was
    • that when, as a human being, thoughts lived within him, it was
    • consciousness. Because man felt his thoughts bestowed upon him
    • one seeks the external objective reason why Oriental man
    • his sleep life was different from that of modern man. During
    • separated from man to the same degree. These parts are still
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