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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Synopses
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    • times encompassed the life of the cosmos and the human being.
    • Knowledge of the planetary cosmos through inspiration in the
    • spiritual cosmos; its collaboration in building the
    • spirit-germ of its future organism. The spiritual cosmos fades
    • the etheric of the cosmos to construct its own etheric
    • inserted into the soul which introduces it into the cosmos: the
    • cosmos is like the nature surrounding us and is in itself
    • cosmos, his responsibility of which he becomes aware in the
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • the whole cosmos. Man not only needs a philosophy, he needs a
    • member of the whole cosmos. As physical man, however, he cannot
    • feel himself as part of the cosmos. His experience as
    • member of the whole cosmos, he also must feel and know his
    • able to see the soul life in the cosmos, not only by means of
    • individual man, they cannot be incorporated in the cosmos. What
    • in a spiritual cosmos of which the physical sensory cosmos is
    • spiritual cosmos after abandoning it, because he has lost the
    • picture of such a spirit-soul cosmos until he regains a picture
    • possible to have a picture of the cosmos in which man himself
    • himself to be a part of the cosmos as depicted by cosmology.
    • cosmos to which he belongs. He feels himself to be independent
    • cosmos when he points to his own higher spiritual being —
    • body, insofar as through the latter we are part of the cosmos.
    • the cosmos is only the outer reflection, the external replica.
    • the cosmos; that even the physical sense body is a covering of
    • independent both of his body and of the cosmos, he knew he
    • cosmos. He knew that his ego, the essence of his being, is
    • the outwardly visible soul-sensory cosmos. In religious
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
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    • organism grows together, so to say, with the etheric cosmos. In
    • organism and in the etheric cosmos. What is thus
    • nature with the etheric weaving and pulsing in the cosmos, man
    • etheric cosmos. It affects the listener in such a way that in
    • at the same time, he learns to know the spiritual cosmos.
    • As man has the physical cosmos before him by means of his
    • spiritual cosmos; only, what within his physical and etheric
    • organism is the work of this spiritual cosmos is much more real
    • that can now be integrated into the spiritual cosmos
    • rhythmic processes. We see the cosmos in its fundamental,
    • member of the whole cosmos, of a soul-spiritual, cosmic
    • cosmos connects itself with the experiences of fantasy in the
    • cosmos is to a certain degree inwardly in motion and cannot at
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
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    • etheric cosmos lives in the individual human being — how
    • cosmos, a child is caught up in an activity into which an
    • etheric organism and the etheric realm in the cosmos. A child
    • cosmos in which the infant still dwells undividedly.
    • contents of the cosmos stream into the emptied but awake soul.
    • cosmos, as in ordinary consciousness he is surrounded by
    • a physical sense cosmos.
    • What man now experiences in the spiritual cosmos
    • comprehend the spiritual cosmos by means of the emptied
    • the cosmos to what he experienced through his physical body as
    • physical sense cosmos. He must be able to say, “I now
    • the spiritual revelation of the cosmos and what he is
    • This is the way we experience the astral cosmos. While here in
    • physical cosmos, but also proceeds from the spiritual beings
    • within this physical cosmos — as sun-being, moon-being,
    • into how spiritual beings in the cosmos work into man, and the
    • way he experiences himself as a member of the spiritual cosmos.
    • and astral cosmos, who, in creating, maintain the activity of
    • the cosmos. This he perceived, even as though in dreams, in
    • disposition intensified so much that, in the cosmos
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
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    • substance of the cosmos and the manifestations of the
    • gains a glimpse of how the cosmos is active within the etheric
    • the cosmos that one had first gained through imaginative
    • plays into his own being out of the cosmos, he can know only
    • case, a genuine cosmology, that is, a picture of the cosmos
    • the cosmos. This is why modern culture had no way of arriving
    • to the soul-spiritual nature of the cosmos. In this connection,
    • spiritual cosmos is reflected. In other words, cosmology even
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture V: The Soul's Experiences in Sleep
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    • divine essence of the cosmos. With this outflowing of
    • the cosmos that in daytime surrounds him. While in the first
    • experiences himself in the cosmos and looks back on his
    • cosmos in his soul. Not as if he extended out into the whole
    • cosmos; rather, he experiences something like a
    • reflection of the cosmos within him.
    • planetary system in our solar cosmos stand before the soul. It
    • experiences the planetary cosmos in a replica. Even if what the
    • the night as an inner replica of the planetary cosmos.
    • with spiritual beings who dwell in the cosmos and never live in
    • outside in the cosmos, even though what we experience within
    • the soul is a copy of the cosmos; and what we experience
    • images and reflections. These replicas of the cosmos and our
    • man's inner existence in the cosmos. If you are able to
    • experience as a planetary cosmos is permeated and
    • cosmos.
    • the cosmos between going to sleep and waking is more real and
    • from experiences within the planetary cosmos to an experience
    • really finds its way as a spiritual being into a cosmos
    • forces of the moon permeate our whole cosmos, and when, through
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VI: The Transition from the Soul-Spiritual Existence in Human Development to the Sensory-Physical
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    • possible for man to experience the cosmos in his inner nature,
    • otherwise constitute his being, and the cosmos which to sense
    • because of the spiritual moon forces active in the cosmos, as I
    • he is in a purely spiritual cosmos in his prenatal existence,
    • pre-earthly existence he experiences a kind of cosmos as his ,
    • inner world. In a way he feels himself to be a cosmos. But in
    • this prenatal existence, this cosmos differs from the one that
    • senses. This cosmos, which is experienced at a certain stage of
    • soul encompasses this cosmos, having it at the same time
    • in pre-earthly existence as a cosmos, this germ is immeasurably
    • cosmos as we perceive it from the physical world; he has a
    • cosmos around him that contains soul-spiritual beings. Man
    • cosmos. This cosmos is actually nothing else than his future
    • that this whole cosmos — I would like to call it the
    • cosmos of man — that man experiences as his own, is his
    • lives in a replica of the cosmos — being outside his
    • majestic than the physical cosmos around us in earthly
    • a universe with which our physical cosmos, despite all its
    • works with the spirits of the cosmos on the configuration, the
    • of the cosmos during the life between death and rebirth.]
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VII: Christ in His Relationship to Mankind and the Riddle of Death
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    • cosmos by means of looking up to the cosmic Christ Being.
    • a concern of heaven, how the cosmos has cared about the affairs
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IX: The Continuation of Ego Consciousness after Death in Relation to the Christ
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    • human value from what the cosmos inscribed into their
    • experienced what the cosmos said about his activity.
    • This judgement by the cosmos concerning our deeds is very real
    • cosmos in its moral innocence and exhales into the cosmos
    • the cosmos — which is designed to reflect itself amorally
    • into this cosmos. The moral evaluations of its deeds that the
    • human soul bears through the portal of death into the cosmos is
    • imbedded into the depths of the cosmos. By means of his
    • world in the depths of the amoral cosmos. Our world is morally
    • neutral inasmuch as nature is a reflection of the cosmos. A
    • reflection (of the cosmos) will not be morally neutral;
    • the cosmos through his moral deeds. During this experience, the
    • acquired make me worthy to take part in the future cosmos that
    • enter a world where it lives only in the purified cosmos, where
    • spiritual impulses of the cosmos are active, as I have pictured
    • soul in the purified cosmos of the spirit were also
    • cosmos after death. Along with his astral body, he naturally
    • did not know that the present cosmos, which finds a neutral,
    • men become a cosmos one day in which the natural is at the same
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture X: The Experience of the Soul's Will Nature
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    • in the cosmos. Indeed, it is like this: By inwardly evaluating
    • finds his way after death into the expanses of the cosmos. His
    • the general organization of the etheric cosmos. Streams
    • from this etheric cosmos flow continually in and out of the
    • etheric experiences of the cosmos, which, for his
    • astral organism, we find our way into the cosmos and into our
    • flows out of him into the cosmos, and the being to which he
    • Then we can live for a while in the amoral cosmos into which we
    • experience of the cosmos only after he has freed himself
    • moon forces that pervade the cosmos. I already had to mention
    • because the moon forces of the cosmos permeate him.
    • from entering. He is, however, not supposed to view the cosmos
    • cosmos. Just as we stand here at the center and look out
    • everywhere into the cosmos, so, in this spiritual perception,
    • we look from the periphery inward into the cosmos. But now we
    • into the cosmos from the periphery in a spatial manner. Just as
    • we look out into the cosmos from the focal point of our two



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