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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Back Cover
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    • essential nature of the thinking or mental picturing that we
    • There, this thinking and conceiving were something quite
    • activities. What we have as our ordinary power of thinking is a
    • thinking as a corpse of the true `thought being,' we see how we
    • must trace this earthly thinking back to a supersensible,
    • life-filled thinking.”
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Contents
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    • Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling and Willing
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Foreword
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    • their thinking and understanding — even taking the trouble
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Synopses
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    • Thinking, feeling and willing in everyday consciousness;
    • The Exercise of Thinking, Feeling and Willing 19
    • religious life. Abstract thinking is unnatural but can reflect
    • activity; imaginative thinking can find it again and thus build
    • thinking, man is awake, in willing he is asleep. The eternal
    • relationship with the organism. Thinking
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • But this spirit also gives, I think, that largeness of heart
    • thinking is devoted nowadays to justifying those ideas,
    • Just think a moment. If a man were to love a woman, or a woman
    • field of the senses, when he thinks in a scientific way; this
    • his etheric body. From the time humanity began to think it has
    • based on sense observation, experiment, and a thinking
    • from sense reality that are combined by thinking. One
    • the manifestations, the inner experiences of thinking,
    • designated as an intermingling of thinking, feeling and willing
    • actually, this thinking, feeling and willing between
    • thinking and feeling grow. As the body calcifies and we see it
    • phenomena of thinking, feeling and willing gradually
    • in mere thinking, feeling and willing. The ancients perceived
    • death. What lies beneath — of which thinking,
    • man birth and death are only outer manifestations. Thinking,
    • knowledge of etheric and astral man, of which thinking, feeling
    • combination of thinking, feeling and willing cannot defend the
    • to the modern way of thinking, what has the ego, this true
    • of thinking, feeling and willing conceived of as a single,
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
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    • differing completely from that of abstract thinking in which it
    • Compared to modern consciousness in which we think
    • we think in a fully conscious way, that in all respects we live
    • we must develop a way of thinking that takes its course in the
    • the scientific thinking we utilize in mathematics or natural
    • Such fully conscious, pictorial thinking that relates itself to
    • “When I think in the physical organism I am making use of
    • it as a tool. To be sure, thinking itself does not run its
    • thinking; thereby I become conscious of it. “
    • Without the physical organism the thinking of ordinary
    • realize clearly that all ordinary thinking takes place only
    • that in meditation a pictorial thinking activity is brought
    • thinkers who acquired their philosophy from it. It is
    • thinking. But when the imaginative thinker — at the level
    • the full consciousness of ordinary thinking what the
    • thinker can imbue his words with this reality, for he acquires
    • thinking is attained, a true philosophy will be restored
    • senses or from thinking. The soul must be awake but have
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
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    • physical body; a different activity from that of thinking,
    • Thinking certainly takes on the character of reality. Just for
    • this reason — that man now feels himself in his thinking
    • growth, or his life processes — this imaginative thinking
    • supersensible thinking would also reflect back into man's
    • super-sensible thinking man would alter his physical and
    • the faculty of hovering, as it were, with his thinking in the
    • etheric world, he can look back in this thinking upon his
    • etheric thinking has not interfered with it.
    • With this etheric thinking you feel quite outside your physical
    • this etheric thinking one moment — which is experienced
    • entirely real — and in the next moment, as this thinking
    • etheric realm. Then a true imaginative thinking is achieved. I
    • imaginative thinking works.
    • thinking to such a degree that one can test what the spiritual
    • perceiving the world through his senses and for thinking.
    • development, thinking, and so on. Man now surveys
    • abstract thinking separate from the general forces of growth
    • faculty of abstract thinking. The metamorphosis of a part of
    • its forces of life and growth into the forces of thinking
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
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    • of earth existence behind man's thinking, feeling and willing.
    • one can also gain a conception of what thinking, what the
    • consciousness, grasp the real nature of thinking and the
    • thinking or mental picturing that we have in ordinary
    • thinking and conceiving were something quite different; they
    • as our ordinary power of thinking is a remnant of that
    • realize that we must treat this thinking as a corpse of the
    • earthly thinking back to a supersensible, life-filled
    • thinking.
    • ordinary concepts and thinking signify, if we trace them back
    • reflection. This reflection is our ordinary thinking and
    • this ordinary thinking is fundamentally remote from
    • aspect of thinking, we vaguely feel that the way it appears in
    • thinking and conceiving of ordinary consciousness. Then only
    • thinking is basically brought to life again through the
    • true nature of our ordinary thinking, we can also, by means of
    • behind human thinking; that is discernible through inspiration.
    • thinking and forming of ideas as of something that is dying,
    • thinking as a young child is to an old man, except that in
    • this simply describes thinking and willing. Actual
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture V: The Soul's Experiences in Sleep
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    • thinking, feeling and willing. Except for the
  • 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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    • himself when he descends to earth existence. Just think
    • before it descends to earth. If you think of everything
    • transposed into the spiritual, then you would have to think of
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VII: Christ in His Relationship to Mankind and the Riddle of Death
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    • be pictured as different from the thinking, feeling and willing
    • sense world and upon a thinking based on impressions and
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VIII: Ordinary and Higher Consciousness
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    • thinking, feeling and willing is also extinguished. Everything
    • Meditation must first deal with ordinary thinking in
    • order to produce imaginative thinking. I have described
    • When thinking is used in meditation in the manner I have
    • actually cannot think for a while as he feels himself with his
    • degree, thinking is, as it were, for a short time forgotten. It
    • in his soul than he has had earlier. Thinking begins again.
    • higher state of consciousness, man possesses a thinking with
    • our capacities of thinking, feeling and willing were
    • certain sense man passes from ordinary thinking across an
    • abyss to a thinking that experiences its own etheric body.
    • developing imaginative thinking in this way, strict
    • moments when you are within this imaginative thinking. The
    • perceive what confronts you at the present moment and you think
    • thinking comes to the surface, which now has as its content his
    • thinking. From the vantage point of imaginative consciousness
    • he can now look back on ordinary thinking and arrive at
    • unconsciously, carrying this substantial thinking within
    • consciousness what is within him. When he wants to think,
    • as active thinking, slips in ordinary consciousness into 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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    • inwardly experienced manifestations of thinking, feeling
    • this is sheer nonsense. We do not think and experience the soul
    • This produces fully conscious thinking. On the other hand, what
    • the otherwise amoral, not anti-moral life of thinking.
    • in our actions as the conscious judgement of thinking.
    • real as is our soul that lives as thinking-soul within our head
    • 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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    • existence on earth come to expression in thinking, feeling and
    • thinking relates in a specific way to the head organization;
    • When we examine how the nature of the thinking-soul is
    • etheric replica of the part of the soul involved in thinking:
    • therefore, when man really thinks in waking everyday life, he
    • cannot actually observe the process of thinking in himself but
    • because the replicas of what goes on in thinking can really be
    • as is the case with the thinking-soul, nor is it a rhythmical
    • this: When, for example, our thinking-soul takes hold of a
    • arriving at an act of the will. Through the thinking activity,
    • belongs to the thinking-soul spreads out from the head
    • in a weak replica in thinking, it appears on as an impulse in
    • thinking-soul, revitalizing ones in the willing-soul. This
    • between birth and death. Inasmuch as we are thinking soul
    • soul elements represented inwardly as thinking, feeling and
    • Ordinary earthly thinking has ceased after death, for it is
    • lectures, I am deeply gratified when I think of the fact that



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