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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Contents
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    • Yogi. The Yogi combined breathing and thinking into one
    • breathing and with pure thinking enter into the rhythms
    • at separating thinking from breathing (plant exercise in
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Back Cover
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    • circumference it has something like stars (yellow stars), and
    • in its lower part something reveals itself which is more or
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Foreword
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    • knowledge is, after all, nothing but the thoughtful elaboration
    • place, the important thing is that he is now able to grasp the
    • to do something about it, for we are the knower.
    • material things disappear. What is important is what has
    • a way that he can make these things. We have to do here with an
    • make such things, though the laws of Nature by which they are
    • there, Nature, is not only nothing but a material process, but
    • be nothing but their “hewers of wood and drawers of
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture I: The Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution
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    • himself more or less clearly related to something eternal
    • past events. He experiences this as something isolated
    • ask: What is that in me which belongs to something
    • causative, perhaps to something eternal, and which lies
    • perhaps their origin something which though external is
    • extent, if at all, the soul partakes of something eternal.
    • impulse to do something, say raise our arm. The arm
    • everything in the state of sleep. As regards the will we are
    • However, we do know something about the will. When will is real
    • knows nothing of what happens next, but the arm is raised. A
    • indifferent to things we feel delight in the rose; it gives us
    • point to something completely separate from us. In this way we
    • Something similar applies to the pole of will. It is an
    • me and becomes something objective in the external world.
    • impulses. Yet that, too, is something that then exists in the
    • both cases I am related to something that exists outside and
    • themselves, and, on the other, things whose existence is due
    • our soul's relation to its surroundings. Nothing very special
    • instrument. So, we see that something akin to a physical
    • organism. Something similar could be said about the other sense
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture II: The True Nature of Memory - 1
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    • something in the physical world, we arrive at a quite
    • something else becomes visible: At the place where the arms
    • fade away something becomes visible which a former
    • visible (see drawing, orange). Everything
    • something useful I spoke of chopping wood rather than of sport.
    • inspiration. However, man causes things to happen not only
    • witness coming into being unites itself with something else. It
    • knowledge. What then becomes clear is the following: Things we
    • takes place of which we know nothing in ordinary consciousness.
    • disappears completely. But our senses do something
    • through which something real comes about — i.e., a
    • him again after eight or ten years then nothing of what you see
    • ten years' time nothing of what you are today will exist
    • except the memories of your experiences. Today nothing exists
    • considering everything from one pole, the pole of
    • Something of extraordinary significance emerges from this: it
    • gradually learns that this is nothing exceptional.
    • that there is something better than their own knowledge which
    • Greek tragedy was not something that merely provided amusement,
    • ordinary consciousness tell one nothing of the soul.
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture III: The True Nature of Memory - 2
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    • last week, let us bring to mind some of the things already
    • definitely either to something in the external world or to
    • something remembered. And we are conscious, or at least could
    • something which he controls inwardly.
    • you can see that the soul is taking hold of something
    • have the first glimmer of something which as it further
    • that it is some disorder in the breathing which causes the
    • breath. It is really possible to observe these things if only
    • Something can be seen here that enables us to recognize that
    • This leads to the recognition of something else that is not
    • between his breathing and the movements of all the bodily
    • the breathing process the following takes place: As we breathe
    • cerebral fluid is only an image — with the breathing
    • processes of breathing is an image of what takes place in man's
    • fluid. But let us now consider the process of breathing.
    • Breathing appears to be an out and out physical process because
    • influence of the external world, the breathing takes place even
    • our being is not united with the temporal part. Our breathing
    • of what existed before. On the other hand, nothing of what
    • breathing we find a different situation. The physical
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IV: The Human Soul in Relation to Moon and Stars
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    • lecture of this course. The first thing that one notices in
    • things, and we are outside of them even with our soul life. In
    • outside of things: color, sound, warmth and so on. This aspect
    • of things then continues within him; i.e., he forms mental
    • that he retains mental pictures of the things he has observed.
    • of what meets us there as we are outside the things that meet
    • “the-standing-outside-of-things” becomes
    • something which is apart from ourselves. In this spiritual
    • higher hierarchies. All this is something other than what we
    • this point something of the greatest significance becomes
    • whether I am sad or cheerful, whether something is painful or
    • passions; everything active in man's nature bursts forth
    • man, wells up also the effect of everything that seethes in the
    • things become different. At first there is a great struggle to
    • something else rises towards the heart, which has now become a
    • we discover something else. Let us look once more at a sense
    • be proved, in a roundabout way, that that, too, has something
    • we should have sunshine. Something like that is, after all, a
    • Everything that is perceptible in the external physical world comes
    • from the sun: warmth, sound, everything, only not as directly
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture V: The Human Soul in Relation Sun and Moon
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    • Consequently, it is not easy for him to become aware of things
    • does so nonetheless. So it can be said that the only thing that
    • way ideas about the world are conveyed. Things are accepted
    • evolution, we arrive at a time when something was present in
    • things than the so-called scientific ideas of today. Through
    • was actually transported into the reality of things. Whether a
    • This touches on something we must be quite clear about because
    • had nothing to do with external objects.
    • essential that we do not hypothetically add anything to
    • Modern technology is an example of how not to think anything
    • True, something is left out of account in the phenomena, in
    • who put everything together in the experiments, we can survey
    • represented nothing but a world mechanism. The way the
    • nothing but the picture of a huge machine. Lately,
    • feel that man in former times dreamed all kinds of things into
    • However, something of a very much more fundamental nature lies
    • at the basis of what has just been stated; something
    • Something like the following was said: If the view of the world
    • only objects and events that have nothing to do with his
    • because nothing will fill his soul except what is
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VI: The Formation of the Etheric and the Astral Heart
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    • everything that goes on in his environment. Later in life,
    • Therefore, it is very important to let nothing happen in
    • things are, however, connected with significant inner
    • earthly intellect. Yet everything in the physical world is
    • permeated by the etheric world. Everything we see and hear and
    • something like stars (yellow stars), and in its lower part
    • something reveals itself which is more or less an image of the
    • so too the rays, though something is still discernable.
    • Parallel with this, something else occurs. When we observe man
    • and individual. The strange thing is that during the time when
    • slip into the organs of breathing, yet others into the heart
    • like a cloud. But the interesting thing is that while, on the
    • something ourselves but instruct somebody else to do it, this
    • practically everything a man does become inscribed in his
    • strange thing is that what is thus inscribed has a tendency to
    • The significant thing is that at the onset of
    • for everything concerning the astral body, our
    • all this taking place in man's inner being, practically nothing
    • together in the heart. Therefore, these two things, which for
    • incorporated into the human being. Thus, something is
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VII: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • these things from a certain aspect with reference to what was
    • add something to it in our imagination. It was different in the
    • in all solid matter, in everything fluid or aeriform. Today's
    • stepping out in that direction and this has nothing whatever to
    • along by the water — that is, by something
    • by something spiritual. That is only an example chosen at
    • have often referred to these Yoga breathing exercises.
    • ordinary life breathing functions unconsciously. We breathe in,
    • ordinary life breathing remains for the most part in
    • exercises the Yogi transformed his breathing into a
    • altered the whole rhythm of the normal breathing. In this way
    • the breathing process became conscious. The Yogi projected
    • himself, as it were, into his breathing. He felt himself one
    • breathing process pulsates and beats through them with its
    • breathing remains unconscious.
    • breathing caused the air to billow and whirl through the brain
    • rhythm of breathing.
    • Something extraordinary happened to the Yogi by this means. The
    • that ran through the whole process of breathing which he had
    • something from the external world into himself which he
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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
    • everything he causes to happen; in short, his karma.
    • nothing new of real importance to the fore. This is
    • to those who had achieved something; one was eager to hear what
    • That human intelligence has become something mechanical which
    • something is achieved through one's own human effort or
    • set his thought processes free from the breathing process. As I
    • experience on the waves of the inner rhythm of breathing. By
    • everything of a solid, earthen nature has as its foundation an
    • older folks used to see gnomes in everything earthy.
    • rediscover the elemental beings contained in everything of a
    • something like that. Thus, these beings defy being counted. It
    • processes. We remain outside of things with our
    • Nothing is achieved by looking at these things merely from an
    • evolution. People want to avoid seeing things in their wider
    • near to spiritual reality something completely different
    • produced — all these things are concerned only with what
    • existence through knowledge of the kind of things I have
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IX: The Contrasting World-Conceptions of East and West
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    • Yet things were created of an exalted nature, uplifting to
    • wisdom of the Orient. Today everything originating in mental
    • breathing system that penetrates the head — were the scene
    • perception but had now become transformed into something
    • for divine spiritual beings. This was something of which people
    • even in his blood, was something bestowed upon him by the Gods.
    • the last remnants of how things
    • respect, something quite different from that of Europe,
    • however, must relate to something, so it is maintained that far
    • religious denomination he might join. All these things
    • something that can be seen with physical eyes. Western man
    • science deals with nothing but inner ghosts. Man must
    • spirit. On this everything depends.

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