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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Contents
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    • of soul life. Feeling partaking of both the clarity of thinking
    • history through participation. Greek tragedy and modern drama.
    • states of normal consciousness have their counterpart in
    • his body and participate in the external world. The four
    • during sleep. Man's senses in particular have changed
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Cover Sheet
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    • rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Back Cover
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    • “embryology” of the supersensible part of the human
    • in its lower part something reveals itself which is more or
    • scholar, particularly known for his work on Goethe's scientific
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Foreword
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    • relationship to the world; but more particularly of how a
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture I: The Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution
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    • that, particularly, man's religious life has always arisen as a
    • seen to partake of the same destiny as other objects of
    • extent, if at all, the soul partakes of something eternal.
    • partake of the lucid clarity of mental pictures on the one hand
    • participate very differently in the bright clarity of our
    • mental life from the way they participate in the dark
    • event takes place apart from us, we are not so closely
    • external events existing apart from us, and what goes out from
    • consciousness through our senses. They are there apart from us
    • out of the picture and only look at what is there apart from
    • apart from me. In the outer world, the two merge with one
    • and what occurs apart from me form a continuous stream of
    • detaches itself from us and continues its existence apart from
    • the organism. Apart from this connection the eye is relatively
    • Attainment and the second part of Occult
    • physical lung but a finer part, the etheric part of the lung.
    • perception. Its finer, etheric part becomes a higher sense
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture II: The True Nature of Memory - 1
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    • visible to physical sight, just as that part of man ceases to
    • place gradually become visible, particularly as one ascends
    • which in my book Theosophy I described partly as Soul
    • World, partly as Spirit Land. When the lung becomes sense organ
    • part. But what happens to our ordinary sense organs?
    • in particular, attained eminence by letting thoughts
    • after a time particularly if the supersensible knowledge has to
    • painful experiences of the world. In its participation in this,
    • only learns real history when one participates with living
    • participation.
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture III: The True Nature of Memory - 2
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    • more like indefinite forces surging within us. But apart from
    • red part as a tissue of dreams experienced by the soul
    • The feeling is undefined because the dream is still partly
    • is just not true. The least part of the human body is solid,
    • it in; a part of the outside air is now within us and we
    • as well as between their physical counterparts which are the
    • picture of the whole man. The solid part, so to speak, exists
    • etheric part of the head.
    • along this thrusting movement towards the etheric part of the
    • part of the head — of which what takes place in the
    • be found that the cerebral fluid, in particular, contains an
    • dives down into his physical body the fluid part of the
    • when we are asleep — that is, even when the eternal part of
    • our being is not united with the temporal part. Our breathing
    • is not the case — there the two are more apart; the
    • experience as the soul's part in an act of will, the human
    • it and also solid parts into which, as I said, the soul does
    • not enter. The solid parts are, in reality, salt deposits;
    • organism. The soul does not live in the solid part of the
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IV: The Human Soul in Relation to Moon and Stars
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    • fact, we are just as much outside part of our own organism.
    • something which is apart from ourselves. In this spiritual
    • I say — the more aristocratic part of human nature. But
    • thoughts themselves do not care particularly about the
    • head shoot, as it were, down into the lower part of man and
    • (red arrows). Within all this subjectivity, which is part of
    • which is ourself. We are not part of the spiritual environment
    • particular spot on earth. The physical body is adapted to the
    • moon element inserted (drawing, orange). In this part the sun
    • world — except in the lowest animals, where a part of the
    • he extends beyond that part of his soul that is bound up with
    • and insofar as man partakes of the higher sun he already, in
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture V: The Human Soul in Relation Sun and Moon
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    • there would also be more concern for the considerable part
    • concepts which are today imparted to man's soul are simply
    • particular picture corresponded quite exactly to the external
    • a certain sense, it is of particular importance, if our insight
    • Century — I am referring to the civilized part of the
    • could participate. What is of a technical nature is quite
    • within his knowledge. Modern man does not participate in what
    • he knows. This is why, nowadays, clever people in particular
    • participated in his environment — is preserved for future
    • external nature as something apart from himself and thus
    • particular and also their pupils knew that the external world
    • particular form of contempt for nature and to asceticism
    • particular event had caused man to sink down into a world not
    • plastic art and particularly through the Greek tragedy — in
    • in the course of recent centuries, particularly the 19th
    • and participate. The aim of the cult was to rescue as much as
    • participate in something, like the Catholic ceremonies and
    • Particularly about death the Gods knew nothing. But in the
    • The halo was particularly cultivated in very early times,
    • original Christian mysteries, Christ Himself imparted to His
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VI: The Formation of the Etheric and the Astral Heart
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    • imitative being. He instinctively participates in
    • though man is not aware of it, this participation continues but
    • change of teeth, the whole body participates in the
    • language — i.e., what grownups impart to the
    • something like stars (yellow stars), and in its lower part
    • in the center becomes particularly vivid and alive. Within this
    • particularly noticeable in the astral body. True, the
    • full effect in the upper part (upper part in drawing). It
    • meets resistance everywhere in this part and is pushed down.
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VII: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • is not independent, but an integral part of the organism. Men
    • ordinary life breathing remains for the most part in
    • of his thinking particularly in the rhythmic air-current within
    • human soul, immersed in the phenomena of nature, partakes of
    • like little snakes. He felt himself to be part of a weaving
    • apart from the usual five he has a sense of balance through
    • that part which was driven out experienced the spiritual world.
    • body does not participate. When man allows knowledge to
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VIII: The Elementary World and its Beings
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    • particularly noticeable in our young people. Not so long ago it
    • great universal laws; one participated in world processes. This
    • to participate in all the various rhythms which go through the
    • water — have particularly developed what is, in man, his
    • rises in the rosebush and participate in the redness of the
    • played a creative part in man's cultural life there was not
    • this dullness on man's part will be — and there are signs
    • do not want to participate with the head in what their soul
    • the lower ones. The beings of light, and particularly those of
    • attention particularly towards the etheric elements. The
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IX: The Contrasting World-Conceptions of East and West
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    • often indicated the extraordinary importance of this particular
    • thoughts. It is essential, particularly in the system of
    • separated from man to the same degree. These parts are still
    • head — mainly the system of nerves and that part of the
    • particularly appreciated the beautiful blue of the sky.
    • times, unlike today, his senses were not particularly
    • senses, particularly the eyes, began to develop — also in
    • senses. This had the strange result that for a large part of
    • become, particularly by large sections of the masses, a kind of
    • What I have described has a counterpart in the cultural life
    • Man's inner soul life, particularly in Europe, takes its course
    • life that is derived from his particular nature; but also, his
    • what is the origin of this particular development? I said that
    • itself. And a system of education must be part of such a
    • participate to bring about the transformation intended for him

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