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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • Science. What is here called ‘Spiritual Science’ must not be
    • which we have to-day without realizing that methods of research which
    • supernatural worlds. And what makes its appearance as Mysticism is
    • scientific research, and recognizes what is justified in it. On the
    • mathematical problem. The point is that at first this organization is
    • on that preparation which is in his ‘spiritual organs’. If
    • that of the senses ends. Above all, the research student of
    • Thus it comes about that the Sciences studied to-day merge into that
    • what has remained of Philosophy itself? A number of more or less
    • the senses and in experiment. To what do the ideas of Philosophy
    • refer? That has to-day become an important question. We find in these
    • And more: Philosophy, and in its very name, love of wisdom shows that
    • soul. What one can ‘love’ is such a thing, and there was a
    • In mankind itself that has been lost which once made Philosophy a
    • conducted by means of the senses, and what Reason thinks
    • as he can that of the physical. This etheric body draws ideas from the
    • universe. To this end it was necessary that not only his body but also
    • etheric body remains unintelligible, and in a still higher sense that
    • Cosmos. This is just what the old Cosmology did, and it was
    • because of this view of it that the soul-essence of man which
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture II: Exercises of Thought, Feeling and Volition
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    • that a man, conscious of self, feels himself in these ideas as in a
    • prove that the philosophic content does refer to a reality. But this
    • cultivation of a method which on the one hand is similar to that by
    • rather that of picture-making.
    • its experience becomes free from the body. We see clearly that
    • time we are conscious only of what the physical organism allows us to
    • what takes place spiritually between man and the Cosmos in the process
    • the physical reproduction of what exists in the spiritual sphere in
    • earthly phenomenon, and that which man brings with him from the
    • that are a part of it; in the condition of sleep, the rhythm and the
    • consciousness from knowledge, and he can do this because what he
    • Besides that already described, the following soul-exercise helps
    • that one consciously contracts habits which one did not have
    • effort that such a change necessitates, the better it is for gaining
    • What we may call ‘abstract thought’ has been perfected only
    • that they exercise no compulsion on man. The moral impulses are
    • attain it, Theosophy, Occult Science, etc. What is necessary in
    • order to return to a Philosophy, a Cosmology and a Religion that
    • consciously — that is in contradistinction to the old
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • THE inner life of man assumes another form from that of ordinary
    • thinks out a mathematical problem can be fairly certain that he is
    • importance that the subject should even correspond with some known
    • way here indicated is that the man who practises it has through his
    • organization what in meditation appears as a process.
    • but in such a way that one feels the power in them. Thoughts of former
    • form of thought it radiates back what we experience in the ether. This
    • into the ordinary consciousness. That which the consciousness and
    • meditation. It must be clearly emphasized that here the
    • are aware that we are experiencing the cosmic life, that the spiritual
    • what we experience in Inspiration to something we experience in
    • ordinary consciousness. We see in the Cosmos that is perceived by the
    • senses a reproduction of what we have spiritually experienced. The
    • process may be compared with that by which one compares a new
    • this etheric occurrence. What we know in the physical world as Sun and
    • intelligible for the first time, for not only all that his senses take
    • not imitate that. In the course of human evolution he has entered upon
    • evolution which has gone by. But what was attained by them had to be
    • knowledge; the method, that is, of experiencing in a state of full
    • consciousness what in past times man had to experience in waking
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IV: Exercises of Cognition and Will
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    • WE said that for the development of ‘inspired cognition’ one
    • our life since birth. What we have there before us is indeed something
    • In continuing these exercises of inspiration it becomes clear that the
    • later becomes so great that the whole picture of one's life's
    • consciousness that is freed also from the content of our own physical
    • human thought to be the dead remains of that living thought
    • certain sense as a more recent part of the soul. That which is
    • from what has been explained, certain results for a Philosophy which
    • thought-world and to draw conclusions from what is dead on the basis
    • show that something dead points to something living, as the corpse
    • what is the true soul. The corpse of thought is again animated in a
    • is true, transferred back completely into the condition that existed
    • of this condition, from the nature of which we can realize that it is
    • about that the pre-terrestrial existence which had in thought died out
    • physical and etheric organism. He experiences what existence is after
    • the dissolution from the body; he is given a pre-vision of what really
    • it recognizes in thought something that can be compared with a dead
    • seed. Something that has life in itself, which points beyond the
    • self-experience of what is evident in the earth-life, but which
    • Cosmology if it is to be of a kind that the total human being is
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture V: Experiences of the Soul in Sleep
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    • ‘Subconscious’, when we wish to signify that the
    • which is not included in this consciousness. That knowledge which
    • that is all it can do. It can bring no contribution to a definition of
    • I shall now have to describe what is revealed in this review. Because
    • that such a description is possible, and how it is to be taken.
    • his own being and that of the universe; nor any between separate
    • differentiation, there arises in the soul a longing for rest in what
    • world that will support it.
    • life both awake and in dream by means of that conception of the soul
    • of that which should be experienced by the soul in sleep, as the body
    • that of the waking condition. The physical and etheric organisms
    • how that which the soul receives through its contact with the planets
    • what point to good and evil tendencies, and good and evil events in
    • the predestined course of earthly life. In fact, what older
    • that they help to cause the feelings, the general mood of the soul, of
    • indeed that the religious longing, stirring in the depth of the soul,
    • But it is significant above all that in this state the soul is faced
    • into a purely spiritual world. That the soul in its waking state
    • cannot believe in the reality of what outwardly represents itself to
    • experience of star-life, that a human being has a life as spirit among
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VI: Transference from the Psycho-Spiritual to the Physical Sense-life in man's Development
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    • and intuitive approach. Attention was drawn to the fact that the inner
    • being part of this earth. The contemplation of that state in which man
    • his turning towards earthly life makes it clear that then he is not
    • which in one sense is opposed to what we usually term cell. By
    • remember all the time that the happenings of the spiritual world are
    • spiritual and that for them space, in which physical happenings move,
    • the senses. Indeed intuitive knowledge may well say that man,
    • a universe of such magnificence that the physical world cannot be
    • further away, as if he was growing out of it. What is at first a
    • only a revelation of these beings. One might say that while at one
    • spirit-beings with whom it lived before. One might say that at
    • first its experience was permeated by spirit, and by God, and that
    • is the reality of that which later on appears as religious learning to
    • one's perception. The second is the reality of what, if described,
    • soul gets ready to receive from outside that which before she
    • experienced within herself. The spiritual activity that has furthered
    • In this phase she becomes ripe to satisfy with the etheric cosmos that
    • ‘longed-for’ object. That which happens in the experience of
    • memory. What philosophy is searching for, and what she can only
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VII: The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
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    • evolution, the psycho-spiritual existence is transferred to that of
    • But it must be once more emphasized that it is not a case of
    • understanding with one's whole nature and being what observation has
    • does now. But that is not so. There have been times in which the soul
    • pre-earthly soul-nature as an echo of what he had gone through. On the
    • other hand he had not that sense of self which present-day man has. He
    • that in which occurred also the event of Golgotha.
    • of himself became more and more limited to what his physical
    • in such case that he was convinced this echo could not be affected by
    • Christ, man can find, since Golgotha, what he formerly found through a
    • followers in such a way that they saw in their considerations of
    • pre-earthly life a gift of grace from that spiritual Sun-Being which
    • worlds of pre-earthly existence that he could carry into the earthly
    • mankind of that time stressed particularly this aspect of the Christ
    • This view was conditioned by the fact that one still knew enough, from
    • which was to come into being in the development of humanity, that
    • initiate knowledge should disappear for a few centuries, and that man
    • mystery of Golgotha and to clothe what was once known by spiritual
    • way what had thus been given him in primæval time by nature, through
    • I, but the Christ in me’, that He might be his guide through the
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VIII: The Event of Death and Its Relationship with the Christ
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    • and willing. Thus man loses what he terms as ‘himself’.
    • The rising-up of this experience happens in such a way that one has
    • consciousness; and that is the case if the ordinary consciousness
    • but that part which before was conscious in the physical organism
    • experience of imagination and that of ordinary consciousness is just
    • contrary, to drive out all inclination to what is visionary. But he
    • realize that visions are not independent of the body but dependent on
    • the character of visions with that of imagination which is really
    • something having no substantial content. Only what is introduced into
    • Possessing this power the soul can attain pictures of that which in
    • ordinary consciousness it happens that the soul can only give its
    • into it and there finds the pictured reflections of that which it
    • so that the former dwells in the latter. But it is a transformation of
    • This is the case with that part of it which in earthly existence is
    • the accompanying sensations is the result of my act of will. What is
    • between remains unconscious. What happens in the depths of the
    • knowledge of that part of the soul from the past, which is transformed
    • Christ-problem. Therefore that study will again lead us back to a
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IX: The Destination of the Ego-Consciousness in Conjunction with the Christ-problem
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    • Ordinary consciousness cannot perceive what is happening behind the
    • thoughts man perceives what he himself is enacting in his physical
    • astral organism continues to be active whatever man has experienced in
    • during its earthly existence from what it was in its pre-earthly
    • tearing down, that is, one which destroys the physical organism. This
    • head-organization is found that which is capable of reflecting the
    • urging towards life cannot produce a tissue of thought. For that a
    • What finally happens to the whole human organism in physical death
    • What is present in the etheric body has been woven into man from the
    • This actually means that the etheric body dissolves after a very short
    • while in the world ether. Man keeps that part which was bound to the
    • this astral organism and the Ego. But in everything that can be called
    • assume that man has created something within the world of the senses.
    • in upon this astral organism. Whatever judgment this world pronounces
    • Man's soul cannot gain sufficient impulses out of that cosmic
    • knowledge gained by initiation: That Spiritual Being, who, in the
    • so that you will be able to prepare a physical organism for the next
    • by its own nature on earth be so light that its antithesis which will
    • begin after death will be so dark that you will not be able to see the
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture X: On Experiencing the Will-Part of the Soul
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    • constituted that the presentation of the ego-development in it would
    • described. If this desire becomes so strong that the physical organism
    • from that of the grown-up man. The task of the true pedagogue is a
    • within the limits of what is attainable to natural science cannot be
    • destruction in shifting forms of single organs or processes. What
    • knowledge of the human body. We can genuinely say that Anthroposophy
    • The will part of the soul experiences also what passes in the feeling
    • human being. This spiritual-psychic being represents whatever earthly
    • spiritual-psychic content. Everything of world-spiritual value that
    • behind that moral quality-being with which he is related. For the
    • by that quality-being.
    • this withdrawal. Here it is that the being, whose physical reflection



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