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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Back Cover
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    • least, it is something which during earthly life is continually
    • life-filled thinking.”
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Foreword
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    • begun to play an important part in Steiner's life before he met
    • of his life and spiritual development, which is the oldest such
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Synopses
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    • times encompassed the life of the cosmos and the human being.
    • religious life. Abstract thinking is unnatural but can reflect
    • The Life of the Soul During Sleep
    • Passage from Spiritual Life to Earthly Existence 85
    • the various stages of life after death. Higher knowledge of the
    • thought: appearance of the entire course of our life-time
    • life the will is in gestation. How to avoid losing
    • ‘Soul World.’ The transition to the third stage of life after
    • and our limbs. Life and death at all times present in us: role
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • topics drawn from the most varied areas of science and life,
    • research so that it will be the foundation for making life in
    • spirit of real modern life, which results from the development
    • which flow all other sciences and patterns of life of the
    • practical life flow into the spiritual life, and that
    • When one turns back to the origin of philosophical life
    • life of his physical sensory surroundings. Beyond this he has
    • his inner soul life, which is completely different from what he
    • inner life of soul as part of the universe.
    • able to see the soul life in the cosmos, not only by means of
    • soul life as part of the soul-spiritual life of the universe,
    • as one can see one's physical bodily life as part of natural
    • contained the life of soul and spirit, for it contains only the
    • re-discover his physical body, but not the inner life of his
    • soul. In ancient times the inner soul life could be derived
    • from the picture of cosmology; the soul's inner life cannot be
    • feeling and willing. It views the soul's life as being an
    • soul's inner life.
    • When one observes the inner life of soul and spirit in this way
    • arises in embryonic life, develops in the child, and perishes
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
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    • kinds of reminiscences of life; they may relate to processes of
    • in full consciousness in our soul life if we want to
    • the point where you notice that in your soul-spiritual life you
    • picture form a complete survey of the life forces that permeate
    • life. Again, there arises in man, but in full consciousness,
    • and life.
    • what one perceives here as the etheric or life organism is not
    • cosmology, the meditative life must be extended. This can take
    • becomes acquainted with his own soul-spiritual life before the
    • embryonic life, before birth. He learns to know the astral
    • inspiration, whereby he comes to a soul life independent of his
    • order to establish the religious life on a basis of
    • knowledge, further development of the meditative life, of
    • life of thought. Now the soul's life, insofar as it is revealed
    • in the will, has to be set free from the life of the spiritual
    • training of the soul's life — to live together in the
    • attain the ability to lead a life in the spiritual world
    • come to life in the human soul.” It is through this power
    • religious life based on knowledge, they must accept what the
    • philosophy, cosmology and religious life, of which much
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
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    • imaginative cognition man's whole inner soul life becomes
    • growth, or his life processes — this imaginative thinking
    • position first to view the course of his own life from
    • confronts him, is as real as those forces of life and growth
    • of the etheric organism in the course of life. From what is
    • life. We now penetrate these etheric processes in the depths of
    • but have in fact formed and shaped out life from birth to the
    • concerning, at the outset, his earthly life. How we can
    • acquire knowledge of life beyond the earth will be shown during
    • consists in confronting our own etheric life — the way it
    • the soul's life, those forces that then are experienced as
    • and other life processes. A child does not yet have this
    • its forces of life and growth into the forces of thinking
    • life what he was as a small child before he advanced to
    • life will actually lift itself to a real, genuine philosophical
    • from consciousness, from the soul life. It requires greater
    • worlds. In his soul life he must be able to move freely between
    • within earth life. When one thus relates the spiritual
    • the truly free, inspired life, one brings together what one
    • everything that gives form and life to the human organism
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
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    • course of his life in the way I have characterized it; he is
    • becomes familiar in this way with human soul life, the astral
    • within the framework of earth life. He learns to know what he
    • that his soul-spiritual being begins with earthly life and ends
    • earth life but does not come so far as to perceive this
    • life since birth, as it has been brought before the soul
    • strong enough to leave out the course of its own life. At the
    • organism through conception, embryonic life and birth. In this
    • soul-spiritual world and learns to know its pre-existent life.
    • impressions as manifested in the course of life.
    • in the ordinary consciousness of our earth life. Even with the
    • in life. All the organs are still shaped the way they were when
    • views a corpse in the context of life is directed by it to the
    • something which during earthly life is continually passing over
    • earthly thinking back to a supersensible, life-filled
    • part of our soul life to our purely soul-spiritual existence
    • thinking is basically brought to life again through the
    • exercises undertaken to achieve inspiration; brought to life
    • is fundamentally to bring dying thoughts to life again.
    • for man as they have done during earth life. What happens
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture V: The Soul's Experiences in Sleep
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    • soul life that cannot be reached, observed or explained
    • that do work into the conscious soul life. The emergence of
    • in a man's life than experiences of waking consciousness.
    • Certainly, for external life, for our work and activities, for
    • their after-effects play into waking life. Man's general mood
    • permeated also. They too are influenced during waking life by
    • of reality to a philosophy worked out during waking life.
    • this stage of sleep, occurrences of waking life now
    • experiences in waking life as inner religious devotion to
    • and that Mystery during his waking life, have after-effects in
    • life of sleep and helps to overcome that anxiety which
    • conscious life, the actual corresponding processes are
    • really present in the life of the soul. If, in daytime, we have
    • the soul experiences it as its inner life, the movements of the
    • stream into the reality of daily life and continues on in the
    • life out of the inner planetary experience which the soul has
    • as opposed to the physical life of man. The human soul in sleep
    • certain earth life, another points to another life, and so on.
    • This is not as it is in earth life, where on the one side we
    • waking life. So, we can say that what the soul experiences in
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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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    • that man in his physical sense life experiences himself in his
    • pre-earthly life, is a kind of cosmic seed of the later
    • as his inner life.
    • experiences the life of other beings, of other human
    • possess finished and completed form — in pre-earthly life
    • man is within as well as outside himself, and his life consists
    • organism. Whereas, in physical life, we arrange our work so
    • our pre-earthly life we labor to make our physical organism as
    • it should be. We incorporate into it what later in earth life
    • differing from that of earth life. It is a bright, clearer
    • own working toward earthly life that is to come. If, here in
    • of the cosmos during the life between death and rebirth.]
    • spirit world. Instead of the intuitive, active life with the
    • life, I could call a sense of privation which expresses itself
    • something like the following thought springs to life: I must
    • for another earth life. During sleep it is these forces which
    • impel him back into earth life. As I said, in a certain stage
    • degree, the tendency arises in him to turn again to the life on
    • additional processes leading to earth life.
    • characterizing the relationships of man's total life as
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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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    • entering earthly life. Men of this ancient time knew of this
    • life descended into his physical organism. For him, death was
    • life and with it to the eternal core of man's being. But this
    • granting them a vision of an after-image of pre-earthly life,
    • could no longer consciously see into pre-earthly life and so
    • life that in earlier times He had been able to impart to
    • them for their inner soul life in the form of pictures. It was
    • essence directly when he looked back into his life before
    • historical Jesus, bringing the picture of him to life.
    • consciousness, his highest faculty in earth life, that drew his
    • pre-earthly life, which had been given to an older humanity by
    • existence into earth life, then one rises above the mere
    • times past, the power to look back into pre-earthly life was
    • “Not I but the Christ in me,” came to life in man
    • the life of the spirit. For this reason, the Christ descended
    • If man brings this teaching to life again in modern
    • life in the spirit. He becomes acquainted with the new spirit,
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VIII: Ordinary and Higher Consciousness
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    • that alternate in daily human life, we find that during sleep,
    • suspended and that what he experiences in his soul life as
    • course of his own life from birth to the present moment in the
    • deeper layer of the course of man's life. I have already
    • connected with organic life that is otherwise hidden from
    • consciousness experiences its own life's course in such a way
    • ordinary consciousness are a great help to him in life. It goes
    • ordinary course of his life. Let us assume that at a given
    • moment a person experiences his life's course in imaginative
    • course of his life. Again, he must do the exercises that lead
    • own life's course, he also understands the nature of ordinary
    • strength, no life in these thoughts of ordinary consciousness.
    • various stages of life. It is therefore of immense importance
    • possesses in everyday, waking life alongside all the other
    • when he confronts something of his past life — for
    • his life which reveals something that otherwise remains
    • the visionary's predicament in life. For, whoever has achieved
    • functions than one does in ordinary life, while in imagination
    • ordinary life, but into which he has now submerged himself.
    • arrive at a substantial, real thinking. In ordinary life, the
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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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    • ordinary earthly soul life runs its course in the
    • of the physical body. When man is awake in earthly life,
    • he would experience first of all the course of his own life,
    • course of life. He would be equally aware of the cosmic
    • foundation that underlies the course of his life. He knows
    • life to express itself in concepts, in thoughts that are
    • being is reflected during waking life onto the physical body.
    • filled with life. But in that case no physical consciousness
    • life, something that we have already become familiar with. The
    • unconscious life in the human head. To the extent that it is
    • accustomed to from pre-earthly life. The physical head
    • state. In sleep, the life forces, the formative forces of the
    • processes of life take place in the head just as they do in the
    • in ordinary consciousness due to constructive life processes
    • presence of death in us. To be awake in the life of soul in
    • certainly soul life cannot originate from organic processes,
    • sleep. The once-in-a-lifetime event of dying, death in the
    • effect in waking life, only a part of it does. Another part
    • finds its way into earthly life more in the form in which it is
    • this reason, no thought life comes into being through this
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture X: The Experience of the Soul's Will Nature
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    • therefore, when man really thinks in waking everyday life, he
    • even during life on earth. When, through intuition, you
    • feeling, and has its true reality in earthly life only in the
    • life, into processes of the soul that are completely hidden
    • life. They are described below.
    • that corresponds to the will. In the course of earthly life, we
    • in pre-earthly life. It is hindered now only by the presence of
    • life has come to an end.
    • dampen and arouse life. We find benumbing forces in the
    • battle between death and life accompanies us throughout our
    • earthly life in the light of the above described conditions.
    • destruction and revitalization take place throughout life
    • different for each period of life. They come to expression in a
    • through an anthroposophical deepening of scientific life. Some
    • processes gain control, leading to unrestrained life and
    • life.
    • course of our life just completed on earth, for that is the
    • earthly life that we have just completed. The course of our
    • life appears directly after death in its inner nature in the
    • enters directly into the life of dreams. We perhaps talked to
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