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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Foreword
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    • Steiner again and become reconciled to him, while Steiner, for his
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Synopses
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    • activity; imaginative thinking can find it again and thus build
    • Mystery of Golgotha our soul gains the strength to pass through
    • sphere of the moon man finds again the totality of the
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • few centuries are preeminently adapted for gaining
    • past. But again, the unclear introspection that is used
    • only pointed to these things in order to warn against confusing
    • good-will. Here a scientific method for gaining
    • forces for gaining knowledge that can penetrate the
    • the exactness needed to gain results about the facts of outer
    • sleep and have the sense world around us again.
    • Similarly, we desire to gain here in a spiritual way
    • anthroposophy they are to gain a certain spiritual form.
    • gain a knowledge of etheric man. Out of this knowledge a true
    • picture of such a spirit-soul cosmos until he regains a picture
    • again has soul-spiritual content depends upon the
    • has been lost. If the perception is again achieved, it will be
    • take place. Then, again, the content of science will pour into
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
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    • is now produced. Therefore, one must learn once again to live
    • this picture world that he has before him, man now gains an
    • responsible for the increase in his bodily size. He also gains
    • and in the processes of digestion. In other words, he gains in
    • life. Again, there arises in man, but in full consciousness,
    • again.
    • Thus, a philosophy can again be achieved that has been won out
    • over again in order to enter into an increased intensive
    • eliminate from its consciousness again those concepts on
    • them again and to enter a condition of mere wakefulness and
    • Among other things, through this inspired knowledge one gains a
    • Through inspired knowledge, one gains an actual view of all the
    • One gains a cosmic picture of how man's astral organism, with
    • world. The knowledge gained in inspired perception,
    • however, is gained in full consciousness, and can then be seen
    • the etheric body. The insight thus gained in inspiration in the
    • content of religious consciousness. Once again, we learn to
    • world. We now gain a view of man's condition in wakefulness and
    • in sleep; we gain insight into how the ego and astral organism
    • is then awake again.
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
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    • day, is repeated over and over again, a state of soul is
    • has gained through imaginative cognition that now
    • true philosopher who, as a mature adult, can become again like
    • ordinary consciousness; who can lift again into his whole soul
    • revealed to him. Again, it is necessary that by his free will
    • Again, man must be able to move freely to and fro while he is
    • philosopher must again bring about in his soul the childlike
    • modern cosmologist must again bring about that condition of
    • human evolution — and now again in full
    • This intuition must be brought again into full
    • that whose development I described yesterday, can still gain an
    • experience once again the soul disposition of childhood
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
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    • gains a glimpse of how the cosmos is active within the etheric
    • training. One must struggle again and again with all the
    • the cosmos that one had first gained through imaginative
    • one can also gain a conception of what thinking, what the
    • thinking is basically brought to life again through the
    • is fundamentally to bring dying thoughts to life again.
    • gain a true picture of this prenatal existence, of which we
    • cast these aside. But that means nothing less than gaining a
    • possible to gain actual insight into what underlies the
    • inspired and intuitive perception. Only then does man gain
    • that it is quite impossible to gain a real content for a
    • philosophy, how one must have recourse again to imagination,
    • from tradition, or one must attain it again by a new method
    • rational cosmology as against naturalistic cosmology fell
    • rational theology as against purely historic theology was
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture V: The Soul's Experiences in Sleep
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    • life. Again, there comes before the soul how the body is
    • life from the spiritual world and withdraws again into the
    • renew his tired body, or to gain the stimuli from sleep that
    • during the last stage of sleep, man returns again to waking
    • his physical and etheric bodies again? What impulse is at
    • for God, the dreams mix again into his sleep life and he
  • 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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    • be ensouled and filled again with spirit by the actual inner
    • — again describing it in earthly terminology — as a
    • subject and object once again begin to have some significance
    • make use again of an earthly way of expressing what is actually
    • degree, the tendency arises in him to turn again to the life on
    • inclinations are stimulated again by the experience of the
    • again as conception of the physical human body takes place on
    • draw man down again into what he was unaware of earlier when he
    • Only if they become this again, and are recognized as such by
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VII: Christ in His Relationship to Mankind and the Riddle of Death
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    • of dreams is most questionable, at least as far as gaining
    • from which the human soul always descends again to birth, and,
    • do otherwise than refer its believers ever and again to the
    • wisdom it is again possible to go beyond the merely historical
    • spiritual perception, men again can recognize the Christ,
    • Christ became Man. With this Christ perception, gained in the
    • consciousness gained the strength to carry the soul through the
    • to regain a power of which man knew that with it he was able to
    • If man brings this teaching to life again in modern
    • which modern imagination leads men again to an insight into the
    • awaken in humanity again. It was basically toward this Divine
    • which once again is to make it clear to mankind that beyond the
    • Trinity, so long spoken of as a dogma, again comes to live for
    • Healing, the Holy Spirit. The Trinity is again a living
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VIII: Ordinary and Higher Consciousness
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    • for me to throw light once again from a different viewpoint on
    • in his soul than he has had earlier. Thinking begins again.
    • consciousness, and back again. While the ordinary, earthly view
    • consciousness. If in three days he wants to relive it again, he
    • course of his life. Again, he must do the exercises that lead
    • over again to where it is located — so what you now
    • anew again and again.
    • they can call it up again any time in memory. They are unable
    • inwardly again. Let me give an example. Assume that a person
    • process again. As a basis for producing such material a
    • Again, you see how you can gradually learn to comprehend
    • away from him and how he finds it again in another way through
    • order to gain insight into physical existence, it is
    • Through higher perception man gains a view of the
    • a higher perception such as I described again today, the
    • is therefore equally certain that inasmuch as we gain ego
    • physical body decays after death? If we have gained our ego
    • awakened to an inner life and gains a perception
    • approach a form of anthroposophical perception, he again
    • knowledge also gain substance in this way, and I will elaborate
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IX: The Continuation of Ego Consciousness after Death in Relation to the Christ
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    • of the etheric body alone are active once again in the
    • organism, it defends itself against the destruction wrought by
    • together again and again by his physical organization, no
    • death. A rhythm is present again, but it is one in which man
    • initiation science is once again able to reveal the connection
    • again say: Whosoever accepts the secret of the Mystery of
    • human thinking and feeling. That will once again show how the
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture X: The Experience of the Soul's Will Nature
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    • and then withdraws, slips in again, and so on.
    • observe how man unfolds his will, we gain insight into how the
    • build up a human organism once again, for that was its activity
    • bumps against all the protrusions and walls, so to speak, of
    • which degenerative processes gain the upper hand over the whole
    • processes gain control, leading to unrestrained life and
    • Now, if we gain insight into the various kingdoms of nature
    • into the human organism, are effective against such
    • one always seeks by such means to bring into balance again in
    • must return again and again in his experiences after death,
    • in him to experience again the possibility of creating
    • together there with the human being in such a way that he gains
    • they confront us again in man's existence after death. These
    • body, but he is anxious to return again to earth. This happens
    • organism in the spiritual realm, you can return again to
    • life on earth. On this return to earth, you are again received
    • death. You unite with it again and now, after having
    • again through the moon sphere. “ Then follows the
    • Golgotha. The power that the human soul gains by having in its
    • manner so that, when he returns again to the moon sphere and

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