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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Contents
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    • aspects of the external world: one is given, the other created
    • world and spirit land when the lung becomes sense organ.
    • outside of either his inner or outer world. His spiritual
    • pictures—thoughts ensouled from the spiritual world.
    • organized essentially for reflecting the physical world. The
    • Modern man has little talent for examining his inner world
    • written out of the recognition that, in the world of modern science,
    • non-divine physical world with spirit. Today it is the bench in
    • of the external world. All modern exercises in meditation aim
    • Knowledge of Higher Worlds'). The twelve senses. The
    • his body and participate in the external world. The four
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Back Cover
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    • approaching his birth from the spiritual world. That which man
    • body as he descends from the spiritual world. ... The etheric
    • body which develops within man is a world in itself. One might
    • branches throughout the world.
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Foreword
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    • world that satisfies the strictest standards of thought.
    • matter, are neither the sole reality of the world in which we
    • the world would be for him a chaotic aggregate of meaningless
    • such a world, but he could never establish that relation to it
    • organs mediate impressions of the outer world; our vital
    • world, and man's being and activity in it, must arise as a
    • relationship to the world; but more particularly of how a
    • and lungs for observations in the spiritual world. In doing so
    • happened to man so that he could come to know the world in such
    • the conviction dies hard that the sense perceptible world out
    • the gods, the spiritual world. The knowledge we pride ourselves
    • the evolution of the world and ourselves such as was never
    • 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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    • to ask about its connection with general world
    • his experiences of the external world; i.e., in what remains
    • thoughts and feelings concerning the world and its further
    • to our experiences of the external world, that is to say, in
    • concrete process is taking place in the external world.
    • us in the first instance to the sense world. However, we take
    • to the sense world and so can a continuous stream of such
    • world.
    • me and becomes something objective in the external world.
    • placed within the world through the two poles of our being.
    • related to the world in two different ways. We have one kind of
    • world. They are both external realities. If I imagine myself
    • apart from me. In the outer world, the two merge with one
    • accomplish in the world through our will comes about by
    • case of our sense organs the external world approaches
    • world as such does not actually enter into us, whereas an
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture II: The True Nature of Memory - 1
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    • what is gained through knowledge of supersensible worlds.
    • with spiritual sight into supersensible worlds, then other
    • our advance into the imaginative world — as I termed it in
    • the book Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its
    • youth could at some stage of world evolution have been a vital
    • something in the physical world, we arrive at a quite
    • image. When cognition of higher worlds is further developed,
    • a completely different world. Even in public lectures I have
    • often spoken about the fact that another world becomes
    • and in control. We also begin to experience the world
    • World, partly as Spirit Land. When the lung becomes sense organ
    • so express it — what peoples our spirit world. One gets the
    • strong impression that the sense organs expand into worlds. We
    • witness, as it were, a world being built up out of our sense
    • organs. Our soul has the experience that the world which we now
    • world, a world that unites itself with our memories; it unites
    • development. We look at the world, what we perceive
    • of the external world. These, though radically expressed, are
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture III: The True Nature of Memory - 2
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    • definitely either to something in the external world or to
    • place in the external world through our will. But what takes
    • waves the way water moves in the external world. The play of
    • body when he descends from spiritual worlds into the physical
    • world. Within the spiritual world he does not yet possess it.
    • present descends from the spiritual world; what has been drawn
    • influence of the external world, the breathing takes place even
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IV: The Human Soul in Relation to Moon and Stars
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    • attention is directed towards the external world.
    • see a world when we turn our attention inwards; this
    • world presses towards us from within as much as do color and
    • us in the external world.
    • external as well as the internal world when we ascend to
    • lectures and in my book Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
    • Through imaginative cognition of the external world we first
    • spiritual world. Already at this point inspired cognition must
    • external spiritual world which surrounds us, just as the sense
    • world of color, sound, warmth and so on, surrounds us.
    • When we stand before this whole world, which is now an external
    • spiritual world, we must constantly be aware that it is
    • world we discover elemental beings and also beings of the
    • external spiritual world, we also make progress in the inward
    • distinguished world, unconcerned about subjective states.
    • say that there, above, a distinguished world exists.
    • meet the thoughts which have their origin in the external world
    • world before he was born (or conceived) on earth. That is what
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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.
    • external world act upon us, we receive in the first place a
    • in the habit of regarding the external world as the most
    • external world in which he is not personally involved; these
    • and has done so for centuries. These concepts about the world
    • both, to look at the world according to such concepts. He is
    • absorbs a natural-scientific view of the world, but he
    • really occupies man today is the external world. I am not
    • way ideas about the world are conveyed. Things are accepted
    • world view in recent times. When we utilize nature's laws in
    • world. In the course of time this approach has spread to what
    • is today regarded as a world conception.
    • represented nothing but a world mechanism. The way the
    • world view would be obtained in which the effectual ideas would
    • world — man lived with mental pictures of the world which
    • have at last the possibility to represent the world to
    • to the world, because only then can the danger of fantasy be
    • kind of view of the world that was bound to come.
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VI: The Formation of the Etheric and the Astral Heart
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    • certain sense imitates what goes on in the external world,
    • world. The same applies to the other senses. It is only in
    • relationship to the external world as the senses have in later
    • inwardly adapts to the effects upon him of the external world.
    • to the world, which any unbiased observation can verify. These
    • When we observe man in the spiritual world, long before he
    • develops an inclination to leave that world and descend to
    • in a world of soul and spirit. So were we all before we
    • spiritual-soul world. What we are and what we experience there
    • with man's life in the spiritual-soul world — this will be
    • he draws to himself the forces of the etheric world. The
    • characteristic of the physical world we live in here, is that
    • earthly intellect. Yet everything in the physical world is
    • permeated by the etheric world. Everything we see and hear and
    • so on is everywhere permeated with the etheric world, the world
    • himself with the physical world, through the embryo, he draws
    • forces from the etheric world and fashions his etheric
    • soul and spirit of man approaching from the spiritual world
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VII: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • the world. It is by no means necessary that everyone should be
    • man's consciousness of the world, a consciousness out of which
    • Worlds and its Attainment and other writings is
    • worlds, every epoch must follow its own appropriate
    • forces which led them upwards into supersensible worlds. One of
    • look out into the world and through our senses perceive colors,
    • physical world and we are conscious that if we attempt to
    • experience a spirit-soul content in the external world then we
    • world than ordinary man sees today. In lightning and
    • qualities into the world around them. This is known as
    • way of experiencing the world; namely, that man in those days
    • world. He felt as my hand would feel were it conscious: that it
    • the surrounding world. Suppose a man of that time was walking
    • random. In all his experiences of the external world man felt
    • attainment of higher worlds that was suitable and right only
    • something from the external world into himself which he
    • is aware of himself within the physical world he quite rightly
    • inform him about the external world and when he looks back upon
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VIII: The Elementary World and its Beings
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    • world, insofar as this world consists of etheric forces and
    • world, there unites the effect of man's earthly deeds, of
    • methods, gain insight into the spiritual world.
    • of spirituality, from higher regions of world existence,
    • into the earthly world from the spiritual world. It will be
    • great universal laws; one participated in world processes. This
    • thinking out of ourselves into the external world, whereas the
    • contrast, we must give ourselves up to the world in order
    • mineral, plant, animal and human worlds right up to the realm
    • observation, interpreted by the intellect, sees the world. But
    • through our thinking with the world rhythm, then we shall
    • blossoms. In an intimate way they share feelingly in the world
    • begun to decline within the civilized world; it is falling into
    • streams towards him from the spiritual world then the result of
    • wider context of world evolution. Certain aspects of
    • psychoanalysts, not even from the wider viewpoint of world
    • chemistry investigate the material world around us, the fact
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IX: The Contrasting World-Conceptions of East and West
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    • is obvious that our contact with the world between waking and
    • different aspects of the world around us through our various
    • picture of the world on the basis of our impressions.
    • within the world embraces not only the waking state but also
    • this ability he would be lost in the modern world. Man
    • formulating concepts about the external world.
    • Oriental of their own accord. His picture of the world was
    • experienced the world in this way, one finds that it is because
    • spiritual world and the earthly world in the ancient Orient. It
    • intensely connected with the external world that the moment he
    • senses, become so strongly absorbed in the external world he
    • could live united with the world of the Gods because in ancient
    • orientated towards the external world. In his waking state he
    • let alone the Orient. Modern man in the Western world is all
    • From where we are at present within world evolution we look
    • understanding of both. Not only man's view of the world
    • distant from the divine spiritual world which he nevertheless
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