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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Contents
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    • or unconsciously in the soul. Thinking and will: the two poles
    • of soul life. Feeling partaking of both the clarity of thinking
    • by man. The eye as vitalizing organ. Sunlight and soul life.
    • all movements become visible. The experience of the soul
    • The human soul can be reached only through higher
    • of man before birth. The soul cannot penetrate what is
    • Consciousness arises through soul experiences being
    • the soul.
    • subjectivity. Thoughts become ensouled from instincts,
    • pictures—thoughts ensouled from the spiritual world.
    • soul's external and internal aspect. Modern psychology is
    • counterbalanced by the spiritual sun's influence on his soul
    • meditation causes not physical but soul pain which must
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Back Cover
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    • “Let us imagine ... the soul and spirit of man
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Foreword
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    • body, soul and spirit. Sense phenomena are a special form of
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture I: The Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution
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    • depth of the human soul. The way man through religion feels
    • feels self-contained within his soul; he feels himself within
    • soul. In the depths of his innermost being he is obliged to
    • will satisfy the deepest needs of my soul to have originated
    • fact that man's soul life harbors a contradiction. This comes
    • Furthermore, since to external observation the life of soul
    • extent, if at all, the soul partakes of something eternal.
    • begin with, in accord with the soul's deepest needs. When
    • life of soul flows towards two poles. In one direction
    • feelings which bestow on them warmth of soul. In the other
    • Therefore, our soul life appears threefold: as thinking —
    • us. Our soul life is in touch most of all with single
    • more closely connected with our soul life and those we know of
    • must be able to feel how the very riddle of the soul is
    • our soul's relation to its surroundings. Nothing very special
    • chemical processes as I wish to speak about soul life, not
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture II: The True Nature of Memory - 1
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    • the other extreme of the soul's life, the pole of the will.
    • soul. And the same applies to the metabolic system.
    • which in my book Theosophy I described partly as Soul
    • organs. Our soul has the experience that the world which we now
    • soul's nature.
    • soul from where they arise again when remembered. It is a
    • of the physical perception. And this reality is the soul.
    • taking into account his soul nature, then from one
    • impregnates the soul from the metabolic system is what is
    • buried after death. The soul itself weaves its own essential
    • constitutes my soul slips into me. That is an activity that
    • builds them up they burden his soul with uncertainty. One
    • to have a kind of soul-notebook for the purpose.
    • eat today. By contrast a soul content arrived at via the body
    • not the case with a spiritual soul content; this does not just
    • soul.
    • This is an indication of how soul life is experienced when one
    • one does not experience the soul's life directly; it is
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture III: The True Nature of Memory - 2
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    • consciousness than thinking. Feelings surge through the soul
    • recognize that dream pictures come before the soul in a, so to
    • come before the soul like a tapestry, rather do they surge and
    • weave within the soul. Thus, what then takes place in the soul
    • red part as a tissue of dreams experienced by the soul
    • which continually withdraws and again approaches the soul.
    • now lives in his soul as mental pictures. In this relationship
    • you can see that the soul is taking hold of something
    • lives in the soul as feeling. Only when the astral body has
    • spiritual man, the man of soul and spirit, is closely connected
    • soul-spiritual.
    • because the soul-spiritual is not so firmly connected with the
    • the soul and what pertains to the body.
    • within which the soul is somehow active. On this basis it is
    • experienced purely within the soul, can lead to the lifting of
    • experience as the soul's part in an act of will, the human
    • like a piece of wood, as alien to the soul as a piece of wood.
    • description of two pieces of wood. They are related to the soul
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IV: The Human Soul in Relation to Moon and Stars
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    • main concern yesterday was to show that the human soul is an
    • creative activity. When contemplating the soul one must always
    • itself as an expression of the soul. And insofar as the
    • must also be seen as the soul's creation. However, this is only
    • one side of soul life; today we shall begin to
    • this relationship is that man's life of soul is separate,
    • things, and we are outside of them even with our soul life. In
    • soul
    • begin with. It is, in fact, as much outside the soul as the
    • of the soul, we come to value our head with its knowledge
    • subjectivity, it contains no soul life. Thoughts in
    • soul aspect only becomes evident when out of man's inner being
    • universal; it contains no soul element, it is spiritual.
    • Soul comes into it when it meets the instinctive element within
    • soul content which in Smith's case makes him think of some
    • soul because in one way or another the soul element always rays
    • the soul. We gradually come to recognize that the soul is
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture V: The Human Soul in Relation Sun and Moon
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    • means of a kind of comprehensive overview, to show how the soul
    • When we, as ensouled beings between birth and death, let the
    • concepts which are today imparted to man's soul are simply
    • Psychoid: Concept of Vitalism. Description of certain strata of soul
    • humanity, a world of which he only takes into his soul the
    • because nothing will fill his soul except what is
    • exact details, both in relation to the human soul and also to
    • live in his soul, on the one hand, a strong impulse towards
    • evolution, which is always alive in his soul. Thus, there is a
    • between soul experiences and world evolution. Science
    • through and through. It must, therefore, be said that the soul
    • In the soul's religious experiences, even when they concern the
    • soul; it is also what Christ taught his intimate
    • foundation for the further life of the human soul. What the
    • the Earth could be imparted to the human soul only after this
    • is at the same time the foundation from which the human soul
    • see how human souls are connected in manifold ways with the
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VI: The Formation of the Etheric and the Astral Heart
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    • physical embodiment, we see him as a being of soul and spirit
    • in a world of soul and spirit. So were we all before we
    • death. But long before this we were spiritual-soul beings in a
    • spiritual-soul world. What we are and what we experience there
    • with man's life in the spiritual-soul world — this will be
    • soul and spirit of man approaching from the spiritual world
    • further soul-spiritual life. Because within the heart, in
    • soul-world. He then continues his passage through what I
    • described in my book Theosophy as the Soul World and
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VII: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • experience a spirit-soul content in the external world then we
    • soul. They perceived spiritual beings, even if of a lower kind,
    • realities of spirit and soul in external objects. For them it
    • was as natural to see spirit-soul entities as it is for us to
    • was drawn with his whole soul into the breath.
    • also experienced a soul element in his thinking within the
    • between birth and death. The Yogi radiated the ensouled
    • thoughts into the breath. This soul-filled thinking pulsated
    • when he was a spiritual-soul being in a spiritual-soul
    • wood and atmosphere, into the whole setting of a spiritual-soul
    • world in which he had been as a spiritual-soul being. There he
    • human soul, immersed in the phenomena of nature, partakes of
    • called up by means of Yoga breathing, of the soul — when
    • it was as yet only soul — and lived within a spiritual
    • speaks through them. The soul, with enhanced feeling of
    • result of the changed process of breathing in which the soul,
    • soul.
    • physical body with our soul and unite ourselves with what lives
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VIII: The Elementary World and its Beings
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    • within the physical-soul-spiritual being of man something comes
    • soul to what thus seeks entry, through many doors, as it were,
    • thunder and lightning — spirit and soul. On the background
    • identified himself with what his spirit-soul nature was able to
    • do not want to participate with the head in what their soul
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IX: The Contrasting World-Conceptions of East and West
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    • senses. By means of a certain inner soul activity we build up a
    • that of sleep. While we sleep we are, with our soul being and
    • way his soul life has developed since the 15th Century. I have
    • soul life, that he must exert himself considerably when
    • him. This colored his whole soul life; he felt grateful to the
    • sleep our soul and our `I' abandon the body mainly in the
    • penetrated by man's `I' and soul being during sleep. I have
    • drawing, left). The `I' and soul being, which I have drawn in
    • the `I' and astral body (or soul) alongside. I must draw it so
    • (drawing, right, white lines) — I draw the `I' and soul
    • man's `I' and soul being. During his sleep, divine spiritual
    • so, too, his soul being and the spirituality of his `I'. When a
    • Man's inner soul life, particularly in Europe, takes its course
    • soul and spirit, how they took up their abode in his head. In



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