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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Foreword
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    • Schuré about him. Meanwhile she herself translated two
    • Even so, the outline is in itself a most remarkable work, and it
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Synopses
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    • cosmos is like the nature surrounding us and is in itself
    • the consciousness of self. Education and the knowledge of
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • which in itself can only be spiritual and international.
    • nothing else than immersing oneself in the soul experiences of
    • itself so well in the domain of the sense world. Today I should
    • the researcher upon himself in preparation for the actual
    • all the work man does on himself in order to become a spiritual
    • both arise as something self-evident flowing from the spiritual
    • developing himself far enough to attain a philosophy felt the
    • by man, the existence of which was self-evident, philosophy has
    • of exerting himself through his organism — as one does
    • philosophy man has initially an inner experience of himself, of
    • the earliest stages of human evolution man felt himself to be a
    • feel himself as part of the cosmos. His experience as
    • environment. Since man wishes to feel, to know himself as a
    • death. This astral man clothes himself between birth and death
    • perceptible, man himself has no place in it. We have come to
    • possible to have a picture of the cosmos in which man himself
    • experiences himself as condensed together into himself as
    • himself to be a part of the cosmos as depicted by cosmology.
    • But in addition, he experiences himself as an entity
    • cosmos to which he belongs. He feels himself to be independent
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
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    • the physical organism. In the dream conception itself one never
    • reality, indicated by the picture itself. Today we cannot
    • Such fully conscious, pictorial thinking that relates itself to
    • it as a tool. To be sure, thinking itself does not run its
    • like manner, one experiences oneself within one's own etheric
    • that man works himself up to the development of imaginative
    • the soul accustom itself not only to dwell on a surveyable
    • within itself nothing of all the contents acquired through
    • earth and clothed itself in a physical and etheric body. Man
    • consciousness lives itself out in thinking, feeling and
    • whole rhythmic system, inserting itself directly in the
    • earthly world and only clothes itself in the physical and
    • cosmos connects itself with the experiences of fantasy in the
    • links itself with the experiences of fantasy in the ether body.
    • handwriting. With all your energy, you apply yourself to
    • When one devoted oneself for years to such will
    • creates a reflection of itself in the physical organism, the
    • itself into the human experience. In other words, the form of
    • in it, which does not itself pretend to express
    • semblance, the outer world can reflect itself in this
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
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    • this reason — that man now feels himself in his thinking
    • the same way he felt himself previously in his processes of
    • time. It reveals itself as a continuous, inwardly mobile, flow
    • consciousness. This gives man a true self-knowledge
    • adult feels himself carried back through imaginative
    • life will actually lift itself to a real, genuine philosophical
    • freeing itself from the imaginative pictures, the spiritual
    • represents itself to him in a manner that points back to
    • manifests itself. I must relate it as `sun-spirit' to
    • himself as alive in the etheric world as otherwise he has felt
    • way he experiences himself as a member of the spiritual cosmos.
    • intensity as he felt himself living in his own body. It is
    • intensely as, if I may put it this way, he experienced himself
    • and so on. In the same way, he felt himself in the flashes of
    • participated, in which he immersed himself as he did in
    • him they were as self-evident as the things we observe today.
    • with whom he himself as a human being felt related. In his
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
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    • individualized and frees himself from his inherited
    • most careful self-examination of which the soul is capable we
    • itself but to what brought it into being. Anyone who rightly
    • spiritual world itself. It is the ego and the astral
    • perceive the state the human soul finds itself in when it has
    • himself in such a condition. Through intuitive knowledge
    • the will reveals itself so as to show that behind it something
    • continually in itself both its old age and its youth — in
    • cannot of itself explain its own existence, just as it must be
    • “If I will not lift myself up to some kind of
    • nature out of itself, I may conclude that its real nature comes
    • succeed in picturing to itself the kind of interplay through
    • impulse he himself feels in the way he speaks, the way he
    • essence insofar as it reveals itself in earthly life. Out of
    • name — as something old which superimposes itself
    • described it) can the human being really know himself. What
    • the philosophers could not maintain itself. It fell into
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture V: The Soul's Experiences in Sleep
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    • by a person, if, out of his own free will, he prepares himself
    • of sleep, when you can divine it, it shows itself to be similar
    • form of experience through which he feels inside himself
    • experiences himself in the cosmos and looks back on his
    • cosmic content within himself; he himself becomes, as it were,
    • into many separate parts of a manifoldness. It feels itself not
    • repeated earth lives presents itself because these
    • day consciousness that man's general mood, making itself felt
    • himself, depends on what we undergo in this second stage of
    • inner self, whether we feel lively or languid, is to a great
    • is consciously reflected back, man learns to recognize himself
    • itself within the streams of the moon forces. It is of no
  • 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
    • inner world. In a way he feels himself to be a cosmos. But in
    • himself when he descends to earth existence. Just think
    • feels himself bound up with them, he feels them, as it were,
    • even say, around, but within himself. Yet, at the same time,
    • man is within as well as outside himself, and his life consists
    • mobility that expresses itself as a form of consciousness
    • beings, among whom man experiences himself as soul and spirit.
    • himself: Along with my own being I have seen other
    • itself to him. This awakens in his soul in pre-earthly
    • life, I could call a sense of privation which expresses itself
    • no longer feels himself to be in an universe where subject and
    • has tended, which I myself along with others worked on as on a
    • after-effects of what he himself worked on and brought about as
    • himself how this soul nature places itself here in earthly
    • inspiration in which he knows himself as a member of the
    • Thus, man clothes himself in his etheric organism.
    • himself prepared in the first place in its spiritual form.
    • earthly activities but feels itself hovering above earthly
    • spirit. And if he is to feel himself fully as man in human life
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VII: Christ in His Relationship to Mankind and the Riddle of Death
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    • man finds himself in waking and sleeping, have always belonged
    • permeates the spiritual world from which I myself descended to
    • self-knowledge that looked back in direct vision to pre-earthly
    • through the events of Palestine, united Himself with the man,
    • also to live within human evolution on earth itself.
    • Christ descended into the man Jesus and Himself became man in
    • death. This Being Itself descended to earth, took on human form
    • understanding this event, might himself experience from outside
    • develop and form itself. At the same time, the old kind of
    • But because of this man could not help saying to himself: You
    • tears himself away from mere sense comprehension, which in its
    • power which, though it is itself a part of earthly
    • natural development. He must deepen himself inwardly and
    • himself, the Christ, with the power that streamed out from His
    • out of spiritual worlds, placed Himself into man's earthly
    • development, and thus constitutes in Himself the fulcrum of
    • sanctified by Christ Himself. He learns to know the mystery of
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VIII: Ordinary and Higher Consciousness
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    • that we as human beings sum up as our “self” when
    • actually cannot think for a while as he feels himself with his
    • perception. He therefore cannot prepare himself by memorizing
    • A person can indeed prepare himself, but this preparation is a
    • myself clear I might add that in this regard an audience that
    • the realization that in itself it has no reality at all.
    • himself. But because he has not strengthened his soul forces
    • have his physical body outside himself and view it as
    • vision goes on, his consciousness has transformed itself into
    • visionary immerses himself more deeply into his body's
    • ordinary life, but into which he has now submerged himself.
    • condition in which you will find yourself one day when you no
    • formed and enlivened itself as a physical organism out of the
    • man through conception and birth and does not transform itself
    • soul has linked itself with it in a loose way; for this reason,
    • feeling and will has revealed itself to us and we behold it in
    • concerning itself when it can be nourished by imaginative
    • himself in between ordinary thinking and imaginative thinking.
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IX: The Continuation of Ego Consciousness after Death in Relation to the Christ
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    • sky permeates his own self.
    • clothes himself with it anew each morning. Although
    • arises in the body itself causes and enables the whole soul
    • life to express itself in concepts, in thoughts that are
    • organism, it defends itself against the destruction wrought by
    • system, it does not unite itself as closely with the rhythmic
    • destroy these processes and does not immerse itself so
    • itself but indistinctly for ordinary consciousness — says
    • himself as existing in a cosmic rhythm, he inhales the
    • the cosmos — which is designed to reflect itself amorally
    • consciousness, the consciousness of your self that you would
    • For this reason, the Sun Being Itself descended to earth,
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture X: The Experience of the Soul's Will Nature
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    • cannot actually observe the process of thinking in himself but
    • processes. At times, the feeling-soul tears itself away from
    • itself a formative activity of its own. Thus, the
    • from them; rather, by its own powers, it holds itself aloof
    • its content, is in itself an impulse for willing
    • arrive at the ego being, for the latter expresses itself only
    • and feels himself enclosed within the skin of his body, he
    • itself, perhaps as late as the age of thirty, forty, or
    • itself cannot do — whether it is such correctly employed
    • being, which has incorporated itself in the astral body, is
    • same way that it represents itself to imaginative
    • itself into the conversation, we dream up all kinds of
    • valuation of man's moral-spiritual qualities. Man feels himself
    • experience of the cosmos only after he has freed himself
    • for himself from their powers the forces that can develop the
    • influence man wrenches himself away from the moon sphere
    • earth life. But he frees himself from the moon sphere by means
    • into himself as a free spiritual deed this seed of destiny. For
    • he must tell himself: World evolution can only proceed in the
    • right way if I incorporate into myself the seed of my own
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