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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Contents
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    • Transference from the Psycho-Spiritual to the Physical Sense-Life in
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Foreword
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    • The Life of the Soul.
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • also e.g., in Medicine; and in all provinces of practical life, in
    • Art, in Morals, and in Social life. It happens also in religious
    • contains the super-sensible powers which give shape and life to the
    • ideas through this etheric body, and as the spiritual life of man has
    • organization, whereas in the Soul is internal life; so we have
    • to take into consideration also the internal life of the
    • life fails, however, to see the reality of the inner life of the Soul.
    • soul-life can have its origin in and with the physical body through
    • the life of the embryo and the subsequent unfolding in childhood and
    • birth and leaves it at death. That element which, during life between
    • the true ‘Ego’ has been lost to modern spiritual life, and
    • ‘Ego’, if Religion is to have its proper place in the life
    • then Science will become the basis of religious life.
    • possibility of a religious life, which rests on the basis of knowledge
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture II: Exercises of Thought, Feeling and Volition
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    • the soul. This leads the entire force of the soul-life to
    • these pictures a real vision of the life-forces. This is the
    • stage of ‘imaginative cognition’. This is life in the
    • organism has its place in the spiritual Cosmos outside the life on
    • embryonic life and birth, to lay it down again in death. By means of
    • beginning. Doing this we separate the soul-life, through a process of
    • metabolic processes of man have a life of their own as physical and
    • Cosmology by inspiration, and of the religious life through intuition.
    • towards attaining intuition. One tries so to grasp the life, which
    • which, qua copy, can be genuine, because the life in the
    • has a pseudo-life, because it is spirit substance translated into the
    • province of a life of abstract presentations. It remains to him, in
    • the spiritual world to bear on his daily life.
  • 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
    • inner life a greater control over the statements of a Spiritual
    • a review of the course of our own past life on earth. We see it as it
    • of growth. They are not simply remembered scenes of our own life which
    • which alone were previously present. In the course of his later life
    • On such lines we achieve a wakeful, but quite empty soul-life; we
    • condition of ‘Inspiration’. We live an inner life in the
    • Cosmos just as we live an inner life in the physical organism. But we
    • are aware that we are experiencing the cosmic life, that the spiritual
    • inner soul-life. Now the possibility must have remained of always
    • experience in life with a memory-picture which rises in the
    • in contributes to its shape and life, but also the beings who work
    • of his life. These experiences in the spirit world, of which primitive
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IV: Exercises of Cognition and Will
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    • course of our life in the way our last survey demonstrated. We attain
    • itself in etheric life. We receive a picture of the living etheric
    • our life since birth. What we have there before us is indeed something
    • can be said to have an existence beyond the physical life of man.
    • later becomes so great that the whole picture of one's life's
    • man, which during his life on earth exists in the reflection of the
    • of the earth-life.
    • life has gone out of it. If we understand the nature of the corpse, we
    • the spiritual, psychic world into his life on earth. The nature of
    • intends to form its ideas only on the experience of life on earth. It
    • before life on earth began; but we bring to life in us a true picture
    • during the earth-life is brought to life again in the subconscious
    • seed. Something that has life in itself, which points beyond the
    • life on earth, independent of it. So, since we do not stand still at
    • thought, but use all soul-life as experience of self, we can reach an
    • earth-life, and not to a vision of the condition of the human spirit
    • self-experience of what is evident in the earth-life, but which
    • only the testimony for the human soul-life that dies out and re-awakens
    • found that in the inner life of the spirit no real inner connection
    • A new basis for the knowledge of the religious life can be won
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture V: Experiences of the Soul in Sleep
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    • ‘longing’, etc., which also in ordinary life refer to
    • which remain unknown to the ordinary soul-life. But the soul
    • daily life joy is experienced consciously. Physically an enlargement
    • life both awake and in dream by means of that conception of the soul
    • which he has in the contemplation of the life and death and being of
    • soul comes now to the point of having an inner life different from
    • outside the body; and its inner life is an inner reflection of the
    • souls with which it had come into contact in earthly life. Considered
    • life; for these earth-lives reveal themselves in their relation to the
    • the predestined course of earthly life. In fact, what older
    • In daily life all these happenings of the soul have so much effect
    • These adventures of the soul reverberate during daily life as its
    • is in awake life the aftermath of the stellar experience during the
    • with the facts of life and death. It sees itself as a spirit-being,
    • entering into a physical body through conception and the life of the
    • merge into a universal inner cosmic life, and in which a kind of
    • planet and fixed-star life of sleep he would indeed have a cosmology
    • experience of star-life, that a human being has a life as spirit among
    • holding on to his earthly life from birth or conception to death.
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VI: Transference from the Psycho-Spiritual to the Physical Sense-life in man's Development
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    • Transference from the Psycho-Spiritual to the Physical Sense-life
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    • life of man was filled by reflections of cosmic happenings. In the
    • his turning towards earthly life makes it clear that then he is not
    • the other life of the cosmos, as does later his physical organism.
    • pre-earthly life of the soul, have brought the growth of the physical
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VII: The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
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    • since its occurrence had united His life with mortal humanity.
    • In this life of pictures, and not of thoughts, early man had a
    • sense-life on earth told him.
    • man had passed his pre-earthly life. By combining the experience of
    • pre-earthly life a gift of grace from that spiritual Sun-Being which
    • life, had descended as the Christ upon the physical earth and taken
    • the sense of his own life-experience concerning the problem of death.
    • consciousness as to enable it to live its full life. Christ appeared
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VIII: The Event of Death and Its Relationship with the Christ
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    • experiences the content of the whole cycle of life from birth to the
    • own life in image-making. The course of events in time is presented as
    • relationship with the corresponding memory-life of the ordinary
    • We imagine also in our ordinary psychic life, but unconsciously. If we
    • ordinary psychic life are the reflections of unconscious imagining
    • of man's earthly life.
    • attain inspiration the individual human life must be abstracted, as
    • This part of the soul disappears during earthly life by
    • form-life during earthly existence, rises again on the other side to
    • physical body and earthly life.
    • no life, no substance. The substance comes by leaving behind the
    • acquires life when the unity of life is substantiated in the soul.
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IX: The Destination of the Ego-Consciousness in Conjunction with the Christ-problem
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    • THE life of the soul in its earthly existence is passed in the facts
    • tendencies the ordinary consciousness. For in the dying life of the
    • urging towards life cannot produce a tissue of thought. For that a
    • accompanies human life during existence on earth as a tendency, as an
    • been removed. The picture of his life on earth just passed through
    • known to the ordinary consciousness as the ‘Feeling’ life.
    • In man's Feeling life the astral organism and the Ego are united with
    • For his psychic life things do not remain there. He judges his own
    • act. But this judgment is not only happening in the life of thought,
    • physical life. To thought-life which is passed in reflex pictures is
    • in earthly life he looked upon himself as a physical being. He now has
    • an inner life formed by the moral quality of his activity on earth. He
    • ‘Imaginative cognition’ of the actual course of human life
    • then its significance will become part of life on earth and will
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture X: On Experiencing the Will-Part of the Soul
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    • Thus life and death are warring together in the human being. In
    • something life-awakening, life-giving.
    • happy, joy-giving events of my life I owe to fate; but my really true
    • knowledge of life I owe to my bitter and sorrowful experiences.
    • strengthen the desire which in ordinary human life is satisfied
    • less normal course of human life on earth. It differs in childhood
    • there an overbalancing either of construction in a prolific life or of
    • parts, unconsciously as far as the ordinary life of the soul is
    • which during life on earth grows up in the unconscious region of the
    • life produces as a desirable objective, unattainable however by man in
    • earthly life, because his physical and etheric organism with their
    • forms predestined from former earth life, make it impossible.
    • results of the earth-life can be transformed in the subsequent
    • arisen during earth-life in the spiritual and psychic part of him. For
    • back at his earthly life because of his moral qualities acquired
    • of his soul-life according to feeling and willing), all this is
    • within the region of planetary life. Man cannot himself bring about
    • future life on earth.
    • contemplative and active sympathy with the earthly life of Christ and
    • freedom brought about in earthly life by the ego-consciousness. Man



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