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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Synopses
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    • spirit-germ of its future organism. The spiritual cosmos fades
    • spirit disappears entirely in the head organism. During earth
    • organisms, the physical body ‘reflects’ thoughts.
    • the organism. The astral destroys the head and brings on the
    • relationship with the organism. Thinking
    • transformed into purpose takes hold of our lower organism
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • attention to his own soul-spiritual organism, which is able to
    • human organism as it is, directs it toward nature, and employs
    • soul-spiritual organ of knowledge — I can perhaps call it
    • must be exact in preparing his soul-spiritual organism, which
    • soul-spiritual organization of man. It is this above all that
    • belong to physical man, for the senses are physical organs
    • experienced in the physical body but in a human organization
    • know the body that, as a fine etheric organism, permeates man's
    • organization before us, so man also has an etheric body; he is
    • — lived — in his etheric organism. In the activity
    • of exerting himself through his organism — as one does
    • imagine that man were to develop an organism still more
    • man's etheric organism.
    • cosmology. As an individual firmly grounded within his organism
    • man's physical organization, and can be found only between
    • not enclosed within man's physical organism.
    • organically from the viewpoint of anthroposophical research is
    • astral organism.
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
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    • experienced the activity of his own etheric organism, was
    • the physical organism. In the dream conception itself one never
    • etheric organism, but at the same time is as fully conscious as
    • organism so that you can actually come to the realization,
    • “When I think in the physical organism I am making use of
    • course in the physical organism, but, because of its
    • finer organization, the latter gives a reflection of the
    • Without the physical organism the thinking of ordinary
    • therefore, is bound to the physical organism. Just as we
    • with the help of the physical organism, we also see clearly
    • particular etheric organism, bringing about his form and his
    • what one perceives here as the etheric or life organism is not
    • organism grows together, so to say, with the etheric cosmos. In
    • organism and in the etheric cosmos. What is thus
    • of the etheric world, out of the human etheric organism and the
    • physical organism and continues in the purely etheric —
    • called yesterday man's astral organism. It is that part of him
    • organism that leaves physical man at death and lives on further
    • learns to know the astral organism that in ordinary
    • organism is the work of this spiritual cosmos is much more real
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
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    • physical organism takes on a relative objectivity. Man looks
    • physical and etheric organisms. There, they would unite with
    • etheric organisms. But this cannot in any circumstances be
    • to interfere with his physical or etheric organism. Both of
    • physical organism. A person who has correctly brought about
    • physical and etheric organisms. Then man will really attain an
    • called forth in his physical organism when he uses it for
    • of the etheric organism in the course of life. From what is
    • this way is mirrored in our physical and etheric organisms in
    • resounds in man's etheric organism.
    • etheric organism and the etheric realm in the cosmos. A child
    • interplay of the human etheric organism with the etheric in the
    • of the human organism, as well as the form of the separate
    • organs, lungs, heart, liver and so on. For we see now that
    • everything that gives form and life to the human organism
    • man's organism life and form. We only comprehend the form and
    • life of the physical organism when we have risen to
    • organs for tasting, but if the process of breathing in and out
    • throughout the whole organism. Because this is so, a certain
    • man's organization which Western humanity of the present time
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
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    • organization of man, he realizes first of all how much the
    • physical organism of man owes to hereditary development,
    • organism, and he sees as a consequence what is not subject to
    • and astral organizations sets him free from his
    • have described only acquaints man with the astral organism
    • organism, nor the etheric organism; moreover, one no longer
    • physical and etheric organisms. For this consciousness, the
    • organism through conception, embryonic life and birth. In this
    • in life. All the organs are still shaped the way they were when
    • organism. The living organism must have been there first. The
    • well as his etheric organism. He carries it out into the
    • organization, his own being, that he carries into the spiritual
    • outside his physical and etheric organisms. He comes to
    • Through death, the physical and etheric organisms are cast off.
    • these organisms, the soul-spiritual nature of man is not merely
    • etheric organisms reveal the eternal part of him. This is
    • organisms and for this reason certainly cannot lie within
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture V: The Soul's Experiences in Sleep
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    • after-effects of sleep. His physical and etheric organizations,
    • which are worked upon by his astral organization and his actual
    • spiritual organization, that is to say his ego organism, are
    • physical and etheric organisms as upon an object. Just as he
    • vaguely feels his organs — lungs, liver, heart, and so on
    • cause this nightly anxiety, just as the organic processes of
    • the physical and etheric organisms underlie what might be
    • physical and etheric organizations in the systems of breathing
    • and ego organizations are outside the physical and etheric
    • etheric organisms. But within the sleeping physical body the
    • organizations, it is possible for someone capable of
    • his physical and etheric organizations in sleep, if this
    • organization with his physical and etheric organisms.
    • organizations.
  • 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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    • physical and etheric bodies and considers their organs as his
    • also permeate his astral and ego organizations between
    • Such a physical-etheric organism is not present in pre-earthly
    • physical human organism with which man must clothe
    • organism, spread out boundlessly: lungs, liver, heart, etc.,
    • physical-material organs — spread out into cosmic
    • When I say that man experiences his future physical organism as
    • something small that unfolds into a larger organism. But when I
    • man's physical organism.
    • physical as well as etheric organizations which, however,
    • he has the developing physical organism as his being, I cannot
    • organism. Whereas, in physical life, we arrange our work so
    • our pre-earthly life we labor to make our physical organism as
    • organs with each other as well as with the soul, and of the
    • molded purposefully to serve as our future earth organism.
    • become our physical organism, all this is force, an inner
    • earth existence, we observe our physical organism externally,
    • human physical organism is grander, more powerful, more
    • his physical organism. This work, when seen in its essence, is
    • spirit-germ of each organ is created in the different spheres
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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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    • death concerned only the physical human organism. He knew of
    • life descended into his physical organism. For him, death was
    • human organization the kind of capacities that afforded
    • organism thereby had become the actual basis for this ordinary
    • its foundation in man's physical organism, and man learned to
    • physical organism can be experienced by the soul. No
    • extent, it had become an experience of the physical organism.
    • “look at the physical human organism just when the stage
    • organism is therefore sick; it would be healthy only if it
    • significance. This physical organism developed in such a way
    • organism.” This is how those initiates of the first
    • organism became completely corrupt and useless for the highest
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VIII: Ordinary and Higher Consciousness
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    • whole soul to be outside the physical organization. To a
    • physical organization. Everything that has occurred since
    • — how the separate organs were plastically formed, how
    • drawn out of the depths of the bodily organization, everything
    • connected with organic life that is otherwise hidden from
    • the physical organism, it slips right into it. This unconscious
    • physical organism and makes use of it. Then, as imaginative
    • objectively survey the physical organization, the etheric body
    • observes what took place then in the organism. But at the same
    • physical organism so that the body can reflect the thoughts
    • man actually emerges out of the physical organization. But at
    • organism is consciously retained. If the vital
    • consciousness have nothing to do with his bodily organs. He
    • organization, and, in addition, to be able to utilize the soul
    • in imagination, to start with the etheric organism, in order to
    • one side and his physical-bodily organization on the other then
    • creation of his own physical organization, how it then falls
    • and form of the human head organization. Now understand this
    • head organization. The life and form of our head
    • organization is a physical metamorphosis of a
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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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    • astral organism as well as an ego being are contained in man's
    • physical organization. In a certain respect, man's astral
    • organization and ego being are outside his physical body during
    • sleep, or, more accurately, outside the head organization
    • however, the etheric and astral organisms and the ego being are
    • completely united with the physical organism. They are active
    • what it experiences in the astral and ego organisms. On the
    • thoughts from the activity of the etheric and astral organism
    • activities of the astral organization. He also
    • to the physical organization in the same manner in which man
    • unaware of them, he actively permeates his physical organism
    • three soul elements — etheric and astral organizations
    • and the ego being — affect the physical organism with
    • falling asleep, the bodily organization is worked upon in a
    • all this is reflected as thoughts in the physical organism, and
    • does the soul actually do to the physical organism so that
    • firmly in mind that the physical organism really prevents the
    • it works in the physical head organization of man. It turns out
    • organization by this triad has a degenerative effect. If the
    • organization, a continuous revitalizing activity would be
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture X: The Experience of the Soul's Will Nature
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    • what I have described here as man's astral organism and ego
    • thinking relates in a specific way to the head organization;
    • the physical and etheric organisms.
    • organization. The head organization forms a physical and
    • same way to the physical and etheric organisms, neither has it
    • physical and etheric organisms, nor does it become involved in
    • an alternation of permeating the two organisms and withdrawing
    • from the physical and etheric parts of man's organism. It has
    • organism, an out-pouring into it, but it is neither continuous
    • thought by means of the head organization, which, because of
    • contemplation does not occur. Only the head organization is
    • the head organization is worn down, or is at least brought
    • organization into the metabolic and limb organism. When a man
    • organs and the limbs. Destructive processes arise through such
    • of the head organization into the arm, there it induces a
    • destroyed. The part of the astral organism that
    • organism that underlies the soul's will impulses; so, whenever
    • human astral organism and the ego being stream into the
    • inward parts of the human organism are permeated by the actual
    • human organization for the physical body. Subconsciously,
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